A group of Belgian researchers endeavoured to answer a simple question – does bad food enable depression, or is it the other way around?
The NSW election is upon us, but with division and voter apathy taking over the state, many have taken it upon themselves to fix democracy.
Those women who chose Islamic State, the so-called ISIS brides have chided the Western world. For what it’s worth, they made their choice, and I understand why.
The days of dangerous mine work seems to be a relic of a bygone era. However, new cases of a long-dead disease raises a series of difficult questions.
It might seem like we fought WW2 to stop it, but anti-jewish sentiment is alive and well in 2019. Defeating it, however, means looking to yesterday as well as tomorrow.
One academic believes that Google is the most valuable data set on our modern psyche. While we say one thing, our Google history says another.
In an effort to bridge the gap between Australian fathers and their daughters, one man believes sport is the answer. With government funding secured, our elected officials seem to believe him.
Maartje van Winkel and Derakshan Beekzada were two strangers linked by one goal. Together, they changed the minds of a nation.
Britain may be quickly approaching the worst possible outcome for Brexit, but a more united brand of democracy is already on the rise: crowdfunded politics.
As it stands, we are losing male teachers at a rate of knots. In fact, some believe that it may stop being an option as soon as 2050. So, how did we get here?
Machteld Hali came to this country in the middle sixties and experienced the scale of our racism. Now, she’s doing something about it.
I might be a new resident of this land, but the alien contours of the National Park are exactly the Australia that we migrants treasure, and remember.
With a new grandchild on the way in 2019, I’m wondering how we good people expect to teach the next generation when we’re anything but.
I recently met a migrant. In her possession, a letter to her new head of state, and hopes for a better life in the country that took her in.
In Europe, citizens have the right to remove themselves from Google. In Australia, our lawmakers don’t respect our privacy all that much.
With Macron buckling to the demands of the Paris protestors, it’s easy to assume that violent protest is the best avenue toward progress. But will it work outside of France?
As a means to escape the persecution of Jews in Europe, the top end almost became a sanctuary. Sadly, it was put on the backburner.
Back in the midst of WW2, The Menzies government decided to lock up 15,000 foreigners on our shores under the guise of national security. Bitterly, some of those locked up were born here. Sound familiar?
The chasm between “us” and “them” has grown ever wider as IdPol has become more and more en vogue – but identity is not static, nor subjective. Nor is it so straightforward.
Our food culture is inexorably linked with our television. While we hail Preston, Colombaris and the other guy, we’re not giving Maeve O’Meara her due.
As awful as it is to realise, we’re yet to realise the extent of abuses that governments cover up. One organisation is measuring the architecture of these otherwise quiet abuses.
Once again, the political strongman, the dictator is vogue. But it’s not like the old days, you can’t just take the throne by the edge of a knife – here’s how you do it.