Urgent action is needed to protect large carnivores, such as the Australian dingo, from the “unforseen” environmental consequences that will accompany further declines in their numbers, an international team of ecologists has warned.
Iraq is facing an assault on its sovereign integrity from Islamic extremists that is testing the organs of the state, writes Anthony Billingsley.
Predictable criticism of changes to the Fair Work legislation shouldn't be allowed to derail efforts to recognise bullying as a significant health and safety problem, writes Carlo Caponecchia.
Four UNSW academics are among a group of esteemed health and medical researchers – including Nobel laureates and former Australians of the Year – recognised as making a significant difference to the lives of people worldwide.
UNSW Professor Chris Turney and his team answer some commonly asked questions about the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, whose research vessel became trapped in ice in December.
There was no silver bullet or magic formula behind the Australian cricket team's turnaround Ashes win. Rather, it shows how building a culture of teamwork yields results, writes Chris Styles.
Funding issues aside, there's a case to be made for investing in a new Sydney airport, a high-speed railway link, and intermodal freight terminals and related infrastructure, writes Frank Zumbo.
We are in a time of warped moral development, and the failure to recognise the implications of forcefully punching someone in the face cannot purely be blamed on alcohol, writes Brandon Jack.
Children's impulse to play with weapons appears to be innate. So are our attitudes to guns stifling imaginative play?
It is not an inability to understand science that undermines its power: it is the ability to deny it whenever it involves inconvenient truths, writes Merlin Crossley.