Elon Musk has taken to Twitter to illustrate his plan to colonise Mars and save humanity. But the problem is not Earth per se, it’s those that inhabit it.
We may have welcomed the digital assistant into our lives, but according to the ACCC, we should kick them out, tout de suite.
We sat down with singer-songwriter Devorah to discuss Wrong Time, her gritty examination of loss, devotion and ownership.
Advertising brands deserting Alan Jones should be met with suspicion. These brands knew his, and the volume of their sudden shock should ring hollow.
This year marks fifty since the murder of Sharon Tate. In the film made to include her story, Tarantino instructed Margot Robbie to “explore the character” without talking. Typical.
High-profile Australian film publicist Kate Henshaw is the next to be profiled in the latest episode of the What Next Now podcast.
Again, we’re discussing what it means to be white. I think we have no idea what we’re talking about.
The philosophy of the cashless welfare card is the perfect marriage of neoliberal ideology and evangelical Christianity, both of which pathologise, criminalise and individualise poverty as a lifestyle choice.
With Morrison’s Religious Discrimination Bill current under discussion, we sat down with Father Rod Bower to address the subtext of the issue.
Lindsey Hanson sat down with the Enterprise Podcast Network to discuss how Practifi is securing the satisfaction of their customers.
In a monumental decision, the ATO has been given the green light to investigate offshore tax havens made famous by the Panama Papers.
Murdoch’s Laura Jayes was one of the first to cover the Sydney CBD stabbing, however, the language she used and what she covered has drawn the ire of many.
Last week, IBM fired 100,000 workers they deemed too old. Clearly, those who make these decisions today will be those affected tomorrow.
We’ve long treated trauma-emboldened sleep disorders by treating the trauma. A pioneering group of researchers believe that we should do the opposite.
The author of the stabbing rampage in Sydney’s CBD is set to be charged with murder, with the police unsure whether he will be deemed medically fit to stand trial.
I was once fortunate to see poor parenting atop a horse. However, I have more questions.
With the narrative around Jeffrey Epstein’s death continuing to change, I feel it’s only right that we wear the label of conspiracy theorist proudly.
We have pushed to ensure that survivors of violence do not have to face couples counselling. For this, feminists have been labelled by the media as “witches” who are out to “control our society”.
Australia has some of the most restrictive labour laws in the globe. With further laws recently introduced, our stagnant wage growth is set to get worse.
From a dental practice in the Sydney suburbs, one budding entrepreneur wants to make the world drink healthier.
The First World War left an indelible mark on the psyche of mankind. However, for those who were mutilated by the front, facing home was a trial upon itself.