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Rugby league in Perth and Papua New Guinea? Here’s what could be next for the NRL
New Appointments To TAFE Commission Advisory Board
High Court dismisses key challenge to indefinite immigration detention. What does it mean?
First Nations imprisonment is already at a record high. Unless government policy changes, it will only get worse
Crisis of faith: why Australian women have so little trust in religious institutions
Surgery is the default treatment for ACL injuries in Australia. But it’s not the only way
Industry Laureate Fellowships helping address industry-identified challenges and opportunities
How effective are domestic violence advertising campaigns for preventing violence against women?
Jobs in quantum heat up, with scholarships on offer
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Anne Summers says we need much more information on male perpetrators of violence against women
Advanced cancer is no longer rapidly fatal: New global care standards can help survivors
Australia just made a billion-dollar bet on building the world’s first ‘useful’ quantum computer in Brisbane. Will it pay off?
Study shows how AI can be a ‘crystal ball’ for businesses to stay afloat
University of Sydney awarded $18.4 million for national quantum centre
Chemicals, forever: how do you fix a problem like PFAS?
Southern Cross University researchers take our backyard to the world
NLA Publishing to release debut author’s story of love, escape and finding the forgotten
Fake news and misinformation: Sydney universities launch new database
It never rains but it pours: intense rain and flash floods have increased inland in eastern Australia
Many suicides are related to gambling. How can we tackle this problem?
Grattan on Friday: Ethnic tensions will complicate the Albanese government’s multicultural policy reform
Could not getting enough sleep increase your risk of type 2 diabetes?
The High Court is hearing another high-stakes immigration case. Can people be forced to assist in their own deportation?
Darwin Dingoes, Canberra Capitals, Cairns Crocodiles? Weighing up the options for the AFL’s 20th team
Flash droughts are becoming more common in Australia. What’s causing them?
Whooping cough is surging in Australia. Why, and how can we protect ourselves?
NSW Government unveils innovative flood and storm intelligence project
How to look after your mental health while packing up Mum or Dad’s home
Protection racket or fair medical model? Why the AFL’s illicit drugs policy is a necessary duty of care
Honouring the achievements and dedication of Australian health and medical researchers
Australian Satellite On Mission To Clean Up Space Junk
Positive outlook, with a dash of humour: Wang Yi’s visit sets the tone for a real diplomatic reboot
Conspiracy theorist tactics show it’s too easy to get around Facebook’s content policies
10 million animals die on our roads each year. Here’s what works (and what doesn’t) to cut the toll
Ten Australian scientists to attend the 73rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
If TikTok is banned in the US or Australia, how might the company – or China – respond?
Ultra-fast fashion is a disturbing trend undermining efforts to make the whole industry more sustainable
For three days, the quantum world centred on Australia
Who knew that eating poo was so vital for birds’ survival?
Meta’s lost revenue is a huge hit for public interest journalism, which was already reeling from cutbacks
Big businesses will this year have to report their environmental impacts – but this alone won’t drive change
One million ‘Introduction to AI’ scholarships available to Australians
Over-emphasising some things, underplaying others: ASIO’s threat assessment is underpinned by confusing logic
Your face for sale: anyone can legally gather and market your facial data without explicit consent
Facebook won’t keep paying Australian media outlets for their content. Are we about to get another news ban?
‘It was bloody amazing’: how getting into social housing transforms people’s lives
How people get sucked into misinformation rabbit holes – and how to get them out
When homes already hit 40°C inside, it’s better to draw on residents’ local know-how than plan for climate change from above