The new Quarterly Essay weaves personal history and detailed policy analysis, examining the unintended consequences of the NDIS, and how we can best realise the scheme’s original intent.
Bypassing planning regulations is likely to have impacts on social inequity and wellbeing that could prove very costly for both governments and people.
As space exploration and colonisation expand, off-Earth resources will create a booming market.
The way banks calculate interest means that Australian borrowers who sign up to pay 5.95% per annum pay something closer to 6.11%.
Nature positive is the new rallying cry to reverse environmental decline. But it could easily become greenwash – if we’re not careful.
One of the first ‘spam’ messages on record was sent in 1854.
The No campaign line for the upcoming Voice referendum tells people they can’t figure out the issues, says the Dean of Law & Justice at UNSW Sydney.
Many students with a disability are bullied, excluded and do not feel welcome in Australian schools. They cannot be ignored in the next National School Reform Agreement.
From a legal standpoint, there is a difference between a state and a territory, and for some that justifies giving territory voters less say.
Our study – based on a survey of more than 70,000 NSW high school students – looked at what impacts upon their ‘academic buoyancy’.