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Why You Should Consider An Environmentally Friendly Kit Home

There are a lot of reasons that sustainable and ecologically friendly buildings have received a lot of attention and praise as of late, but the benefits of these buildings do...

What You Need To Know About Beaujolais Wines

If you haven’t heard about Beaujolais, you are certainly missing out on an amazing wine. Beaujolais is a style of wine that is made in an area of France that neighbours Burgu...

New Zealand invests in growing its domestic recycling industry to create jobs and dump less rubbish at landfills

Shutterstock/corners74New Zealand’s government recently put more than NZ$160 million towards developing a domestic recycling sector to create jobs as part of its economic rec...

Politics with Michelle Grattan: Angus Taylor on the 'gas-fired' recovery

Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra - avatar Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra

The Coalition is having yet another go at crafting an energy policy. Faced with the huge economic challenges presented by COVID, the government this week announced its “gas-fired recovery”.But the policy is already under fire from both environmentalists and coal advocates, and the energy sector warns it could discourage investors. Part...

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Why You Should Consider An Environmentally Friendly Kit Home

There are a lot of reasons that sustainable and ecologically friendly buildings have received ...

News Company - avatar News Company21-09-2020

What You Need To Know About Beaujolais Wines

If you haven’t heard about Beaujolais, you are certainly missing out on an amazing wine. Beauj...

News Company - avatar News Company21-09-2020

New Zealand invests in growing its domestic recycling industry to create jobs and dump less rubbish at landfills

Shutterstock/corners74New Zealand’s government recently put more than NZ$160 million towards d...

Jeff Seadon, Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology - avatar Jeff Seadon, Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology21-09-2020

Government targets emerging technologies with $1.9 billion, saying renewables can stand on own feet

The government has unveiled a $1.9 billion package of investments in new and emerging energy and emi...

Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra - avatar Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra21-09-2020

Politics with Michelle Grattan: Angus Taylor on the 'gas-fired' recovery

The Coalition is having yet another go at crafting an energy policy. Faced with the huge economic ch...

Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra - avatar Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra21-09-2020

Federal government pre-empts national cabinet to raise the cap for returning Australians

The federal government, under pressure to expand and accelerate the return of stranded Australians, ...

Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra - avatar Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra21-09-2020

Towards a post-privacy world: proposed bill would encourage agencies to widely share your data

The federal government has announced a plan to increase the sharing of citizen data across the pub...

Bruce Baer Arnold, Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Canberra - avatar Bruce Baer Arnold, Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Canberra21-09-2020

New research shows trolls don't just enjoy hurting others, they also feel good about themselves

www.shutterstock.comThere is an urgent need to understand why people troll. Recent Australian estima...

Evita March, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Federation University Australia - avatar Evita March, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Federation University Australia19-09-2020

Curious Kids: what are cells made out of?

Fluorescent human cells seen through a microscope.Author providedI know veins are made out of cells ...

Georgia Atkin-Smith, Research scientist, La Trobe University - avatar Georgia Atkin-Smith, Research scientist, La Trobe University19-09-2020

Is it too soon to herald the 'dawn of a new Middle East'? It all depends what the Saudis do next

JIM LO SCALZO/EPAUS President Donald Trump heralded nothing short of “the dawn of a new Middle...

Ben Rich, Senior lecturer in International Relations and Security Studies, Curtin University - avatar Ben Rich, Senior lecturer in International Relations and Security Studies, Curtin University19-09-2020

The Daily Magazine

Working from Home; a blessing or a hardship?

Emily Stewart - avatar Emily Stewart

Where did it all begin? Today I am going to talk about the hot shot question that is working from home is a blessing or a hardship? The Covid-19 forced the world to confine to their homes. The life was blocked out completely. Millions of people were required to work from home. Now this has different effects on different people. Everyone had ...


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