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It's great education ministers agree the teacher shortage is a problem, but their new plan ignores the root causes

Federal Education Minister Jason Clare and his state colleagues met in Canberra on Friday.Lukas Coch/AAPLast Friday, Australia’s state and federal education ministers met wit...

Historic new deal puts emissions reduction at the heart of Australia's energy sector

ShutterstockAustralia’s energy ministers on Friday voted to make emissions reduction a key national energy goal, in a major step forward in the clean energy transition.Federa...

Royal commission delivers damning interim report on defence and veteran suicide. Here's what happens next

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has released its interim report after more than 1,900 submissions and 194 witnesses.It includes recommendations considered so ...

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VIDEO: China tensions, the Barilaro affair, Albanese's jobs summit, and more teals on the move

University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor Professor Paddy Nixon talk about this week in politics.They discuss Australia’s relationship with China as tensions rise over Taiwan, the inquiry into that New York post former NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro never got to take up, and...

You can’t be what you can’t see: the benefits for and the pressures on First Nations sportswomen

A record number of female Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander athletes represented Australia at the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games. While embracing their role model status, it is worth considering the weighty expectations and costs that accompany this visibility. On top of the pressures of representing Australia at the elite level, First...

Surprise discovery shows you may inherit more from your mum than you think

leah hetteberg/unsplashWhat if we could inherit more than our parents’ genes? What if we could inherit the ability to turn genes on and off?These possibilities have come to light after our recent study, published in Nature Communications. We found information in addition to our genes was passed down from mum to offspring to affect how their...

Another school has banned mobile phones but research shows bans don't stop bullying or improve student grades

ShutterstockThis week, one Sydney high school made headlines for banning mobile phones during school hours. Phones can come to school but must stay in locked pouches allowing teachers to “focus on educating students”.This follows other recent phone bans at both public and private schools around Australia. In 2020, Victoria banned phones...

What is this new Langya virus? Do we need to be worried?

People could have caught the virus from wild shrews.Erhard Nerger/Getty ImagesA new virus, Langya henipavirus, is suspected to have caused infections in 35 people in China’s Shandong and Henan provinces over roughly a two-year period to 2021.It’s related to Hendra and Nipah viruses, which cause disease in humans. However, there’s...

'Let it rip': Barangaroo, a masterclass in planning as deal-making

The redevelopment of the 22-hectare Barangaroo precinct on Sydney Harbour has long been a masterclass in poor urban development governance and lack of due process. It was meant to transform the former docklands into a world-class example of architectural and public space design. Instead, Sydney got a world-leading example of unsolicited urbanism...

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Hedge Fund Portfolio Manager Cade Bradford Knudson Speaks About Market Outlook

"Inflation may be abating, it's time to take a serious look at the market," says Cade Knudson, hedge fund portfolio manager. Knudson is a financial professional that has extensive experience managin...

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Mikhail Kokorich Shares 7 Business Tips for New Entrepreneurs

Mikhail Kokorich is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and CEO of Destinus, a company well-known for developing a high-speed aircraft that combines an airplane and a rocket. In this article, he sha...

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Tap Dance Shoes: Guide on Finding Perfect Pair

Tap dancing starts with an excellent pair of shoes. It might be tricky for aspiring artists to identify quality footwear at a glance, especially since there is a huge range of products on the market now. So that you don’t get confused and can find the best tap shoes for your practice, check out this short guide. Main Tap Shoes’ Features If you ...

Parents flock to kids’ bone growth supplements to boost their children’s health, height and strength

Across the globe, kids’ bone health has become a significant issue for many parents as they focus their attention on looking for ways to reduce the incidence of fractures, support height growth and bolster overall health and wellness. According to Glenn Cross, chairman of EZZ Life Science (ASX: EZZ), an Australian company that produces health ...

How to Get the Best Prices of Boots Online in New Zealand

Certainly, shoes and boots are necessities, but they are more fancied for apparent fashionable reasons. Having a slide that complements a dress is undoubtedly satisfying, and during summer, using sandals not only enables you to move freely but also makes you glisten while you walk. Nevertheless, the task of getting ideal shoes can be frustrating...

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