Current immigration policies regarding asylum seekers promote uncertainty, fear and disempowerment, which contribute to mental illness, argues Belinda Liddell.
Fossils found in Queensland have added another gigantic creature to Australia’s prehistoric mammals, writes Karen Black.
There remains some unfinished business if the community is to be assured that the problem is solved and sustainable management of the rivers of the Murray-Darling Basin is guaranteed, writes Richard Kingsford.
Family life just got even more interesting. And just in time for Christmas, writes Rob Brooks.
Fatigue is one of the most intractable road-safety problems. At least as many deaths on our roads road are caused by fatigue as by drink-driving, probably more, writes Ann Williamson.
Tony Abbott's attempt to explain 'authentic Aborigines' was more than just rude, argues Lindy Edwards.
Specialisation and focus is critical and individual scholars sometimes fall in love with their discipline. This can be very good but it can also be bad, writes Merlin Crossley.
Members of the public are often treated as irritants and voyeurs to political processes when the development and acquisition of public land is discussed, writes Mark Rolfe.
The diverse and surprising ways we use human intelligence today suggest that we owe it to more than a handful of simplistic evolutionary scenarios, argues Rob Brooks.
With few Australians conforming strictly to the traditional 9 to 5 working day, now is the time to recalibrate to a new time system, argues Stuart Khan.