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A wine cellar in a rental property? Why, yes you can

Ever thought about having a wine cellar or something vaguely resembling it? The fact that your name is not on the mortgage is immaterial.     A wine cellar sounds

Current Affairs Wrap: Another US mass shooting, Adani’s mine is almost here, America weaponises “freedom gas”

Well, it’s been a week punctuated by gunshot, a local voyeur peeking at Jupiter and ‘freedom gas’, whatever that happens to be.     Hello and welcome to this week’s

The coalition is back – But delivering on promises won’t be easy

The struggle for the coalition starts now, as the challenge to follow through with their promises will be difficult, as the minority clearly now rules.     “It’s not a


Masculine traditions still rule in study of Australian men

In a recent study of Australian men aged 18 to 30, traditional masculine views still hold true in this country.     Young men who conform to traditional definitions of

Great southern blend: Let our new citizens shape us, not we them

With the conditions on new citizens tougher, it begs us to ask not only who we are, but what we expect.     In this culture of 'otherdom', again we're

There are two vacant properties for each homeless person in NSW

In NSW, more than enough vacant properties exist in which to house the homeless, but is the solution that easy?     On October 18, Australian Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon posted

Have we really avoided 14,000 coronavirus deaths?

According to our chief medical officer, our response has saved 14,000 lives. But how legitimate is that figure?     Australia’s chief medical officer Brendan Murphy told a senate inquiry

AI doctors outperform their fleshy counterparts, but still we don’t trust them

Despite a 90% success rate in diagnosing an issue (and the promise of a discount) AI doctors in America are facing discrimination. Shame.     Research from two Professors at

Cryptozoology: The scientific study of fictional animals

Cryptozoology is a strange art form, it's the study of fictional creatures, but it occasionally comes true.     The Loch Ness Monster, the Yeti, Bigfoot, the Bunyip and other

The parallels between ‘Taxi Driver’ and the incel movement

In Martin Scorsese's classic, Travis Bickle is a man shunned by the opposite sex, pushed to extreme violence. In the age of the incel, the parallels are obvious.    

After a six-year battle, Malka Leifer may finally be extradited

Accused of 74 counts of child sexual abuse, Malka Leifer fled to Israel. After more than sixty hearings, she may be on her way back.     The Jerusalem District

PM pressured the ABC to change report over COVID app

Earlier this month, the PM's office asked the ABC to change what they reported, claiming an article was 'unnecessarily alarmist'.     Last year, when the Australian Federal Police raided

We enjoy villains because they’re just like us

According to research, the reason why we love villains is very simple. We can dig their motives, but from a safe distance.     The period of social isolation has

Meet a CEO: Vanessa Giannos, The HR Experts International

We spoke with Vanessa Giannos, the CEO of The HR Experts International to discuss where start-ups fail, and how culture can be more important than strategy.   Vanessa, can you

How the Stockdale Paradox can help us through 2020

The 'Stockdale Paradox' is a method of facing the reality of the situation, with optimism and without baleful resignation.     Now we are still sitting on the sofa, we

The coronavirus will not close the gap between the rich and poor

Some are believing that we'll emerge from the coronavirus closer, more empathetic and less reliant on capitalism. This is not the case.     Back in March, Madonna released a video

Powerful people are the most likely to break the rules – even if they made them

Dominic Cummings is not only Boris Johnson's chief advisor, he's the double-standard of the powerful incarnate.     A very large number of people in the UK have been complying

Your opinion on climate change does not matter

While some are still debating on whether climate change exists, the actual experts are well beyond that question. I blame celebrities and the media for this gap in our understanding. 

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