Morrison says China knows 'where Australia is coming from', after meeting Chinese vice-president

Scott Morrison seized the opportunity of his Jakarta weekend visit for Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s inauguration to obtain a meeting with Chines....

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Who's responsible for the slaughtered ex-racehorses, and what can be done?

Animal activists stage a protest during Caulfield Cup day at Caulfield Race Course in Melbourne, following shocking hidden-camera footage revealing th....

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Science prizes are still a boys' club. Here's how we can change that

At the 2018 Prime Minister's Prizes for Science, only two recipients were women. PM's Prizes for ScienceThis year, five of the seven Prime Min....

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Arrogance destroyed the World Trade Organisation. What replaces it will be even worse

As the public face of globalism, the WTO mobilised protesters. It'll be replaced by the law of the jungle. fuzheado/Flikr, CC BY-SAIn line with hi....

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The Trump presidency should not be shocking. It's a symptom of our cultural malaise

It's a mistake to see Trump as unique or his success as something that could only occur in America. Pete Marovich/Pool/EPADuring the 2016 US presi....

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4 ways to talk with vaccine skeptics

If another parent at playgroup says she's not vaccinating her child, what's the best way to respond? from www.shutterstock.comYour neighbour i....

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Growing numbers of renters are trapped for years in homes they can't afford

Rental stress leaves hundreds of thousands of Australians struggling for years to cover all the other costs of living. Tero Vesalainen/ShutterstockLow....

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The voice unmasked: how we hear image, emotion and identity

The Masked singer forces us to rely on our listening skills, while distracting us with crazy costumes. Network 10As the Australian premier season of....

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VIDEO: Michelle Grattan on the government's drought policy - and the trust divide in politics

Michelle Grattan says the announcement of extra money for drought-stricken farmers "won't be enough" to alleviate pressure on the govern....

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Our ability to manufacture minerals could transform the gem market, medical industries and even help suck carbon from the air

Pictured is a slag pile at Broken Hill in New South Wales. Slag is a man-made waste product created during smelting. Anita Parbhakar-Fox, Author prov....

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