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Friday essay: From Bowie to Bieber – the under-appreciated art of the music video

Catherine Strong, Lecturer, Music Industry, RMIT University - avatar Catherine Strong, Lecturer, Music Industry, RMIT University

The music video for Justin Bieber's Sorry is one of the contenders at Sunday's MTV Music Video Awards.Justin Bieber Vevo/YoutubeThe spectacular release of Beyoncé&...

Interview: Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder and inventor of the home computer

David Glance, Director of UWA Centre for Software Practice, University of Western Australia - avatar David Glance, Director of UWA Centre for Software Practice, University of Western Australia

If you haven’t heard of Steve Wozniak, it is because he has been overshadowed by his fellow co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs. This is despite the fact that he was th...

Why males are more likely to die from conception to old age

Claire Roberts, Senior Research Fellow, University of Adelaide - avatar Claire Roberts, Senior Research Fellow, University of Adelaide

In the animal kingdom, males are somewhat dispensable, which might explain why males are more likely to die. from www.shutterstock.com.auSexual inequality begins in the w...

Australia needs to lead again on democratic innovation

Mark Triffitt, Lecturer, Public Policy and Politics, University of Melbourne - avatar Mark Triffitt, Lecturer, Public Policy and Politics, University of Melbourne

The imperative for major reform of Australia’s political and policy processes is more real and urgent than ever.AAP/Lukas CochA week has always been a long time in ...

Feral animals are running amok on Australia's islands – here's how to stop them

Chris Wilcox, Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO - avatar Chris Wilcox, Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO

Australia's island wildlife is particularly vulnerable to invasive species. Roderick Eime/Flickr, CC BYAustralia has some 8,300 islands, many of them home to threatened s...

Vital Signs: Jackson Hole could deliver the monetary change Xenophon wants

Richard Holden, Professor of Economics and PLuS Alliance Fellow, UNSW Australia - avatar Richard Holden, Professor of Economics and PLuS Alliance Fellow, UNSW Australia

Vital Signs is a weekly economic wrap from UNSW economics professor and Harvard PhD Richard Holden (@profholden). Vital Signs aims to contextualise weekly economic events...

 

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Rydges Hotel South Bank Brisbane Short Stays

Brisbane is about to welcome an unprecedented season of events, entertainment and celebrations, and so, fresh from completing a breathtaking $30 milli...

Chronic care finds new home in Medicare

The Turnbull Government is strengthening Medicare to deliver better health outcomes for Australians.  As one of our first priorities this term, we ar...

Santai Retreat Spa Deal

Santai Retreat in far Northern NSW, is launching its Health Spa and is offering exceptional promotional discounts to celebrate. The Wellness Spa at ...