Crackdowns on journalism, offshore detention, discrimination enshrined in law. The world is starting to recognise Australia’s awfulness, and I believe it is time that we do too.
Dr Elliott Gyger is one of our most esteemed composers. He sat down with us to talk about the challenges of converting a piece of literature into an operatic work.
According to the managing director of a private health provider, the solution to Australians abandoning their business model is abolishing the public health system.
Sunday’s riot at the Frank Baxter Juvenile Justice Centre was a visceral example of the problems within the youth justice system in this state.
In their efforts to oust the Coalition, the left voters have adopted a holier than thou attitude. Leave your questions at the door.
This morning, Logan Paul appeared in the media and again made a fool of himself. But to his subscribers, he’s a preacher and the arbiter of right and wrong.
After passing the vote by a large margin, the Senate is set to decide whether Pyne and Bishop’s new jobs break the parliamentary code. I fear we’re up for yet more in-house disappointment.
The trend of the green/natural burial is taking root. Simply put, when you pass, your body goes back to nature. However, the trend is far more developed than you think.
With the cost of water in the Murray-Darling basin at its highest level in a decade and the World Bank calling for responsible access for all, our responsibility is to not turn this crisis into a business opportunity.
In social security circles, the “couple rule” is used to bind a couple (and what payments they can receive) together. Disappointingly, this system deals exclusively in black and white and leaves no space for victims.
After being braced by the slip of the coolest kid from school, I’ve decided to let myself go and enjoy the downward spiral.
Scott Morrison meeting James Marape to agree that offshore detention doesn’t exist is beyond poor politics, it’s closer to a contrived joke.
Growing up, Ernest Hemingway was a hero of mine. While I’ve moved on, I believe he’s a necessary ex to have – even if I regret loving him so.
I’ve just survived my first school holidays as a first-time parent. What I’ve learned is that parents are noble creatures. Noble, but very stupid, and very tired. So very tired.
After Twitter took down an account devoted to protecting Julian Assange, the people fought back. It may seem small, but the larger picture is anything but.
Midsommar is a film made during a breakup, and it feels like tepid self-reference, instead of meaningful self-reflection.
What a week it has been, we’ve had arson devastate Japan’s anime community, a historic murder ruling at home and one criminal making the news for the wrong reason.
Anna Sherman’s travel book about Tokyo reads like no other, part history, part fiction, all grounded in fact. A staggering reassembling of an ancient city turned neon metropolis.
According to the musings of one cunning linguist, it’s totally fine to swear around your kids.
Today marks 48 years since Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin took that famous small step for all of us. The grip of wonder and confusion still holds me, as it did in 1969.
Due to existing software, some apps are stealing our personal data and handing it over to Facebook. Facebook, however, has assured us that nothing untoward is afoot.