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Faith, dance, and truth: the art of 2017 Red Ochre award-winner Ken Thaiday Snr

Leah Lui-Chivizhe, Lecturer, Nura Gili Indigenous Programs Unit, UNSW - avatar Leah Lui-Chivizhe, Lecturer, Nura Gili Indigenous Programs Unit, UNSW

Ken Thaiday's dance machines layer people, animal, land and sea. CarriageworksOver the last three decades, the ingenious sculptural telling of stories from the island of ...

Listening to the heart: what now for Indigenous recognition after the Uluru summit?

Harry Hobbs, PhD Candidate, Constitutional Law and Indigenous Rights, UNSW - avatar Harry Hobbs, PhD Candidate, Constitutional Law and Indigenous Rights, UNSW

The statement from the constitutional convention at Uluru reflects long-held Indigenous aspirations.AAP/Lucy Hughes JonesDelegates at the First Nations Constitutional Con...

Value(s) of Australian sport: the National Sports Plan

Daryl Adair, Associate Professor of Sport Management, University of Technology Sydney - avatar Daryl Adair, Associate Professor of Sport Management, University of Technology Sydney

AAP/Tracey NearmyGreg Hunt, the minister for health and the minister for sport, recently announced a federal government initiative to develop a National Sports Plan. This...

Labour surges into contention for UK general election

Adrian Beaumont, Honorary Associate, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne - avatar Adrian Beaumont, Honorary Associate, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne

With two weeks to go until the 8 June UK general election, current polls give the Conservatives about 45%, followed by Labour on 34%, the Liberal Democrats on 8%, and the...

The NHMRC program grant overhaul: will it change the medical research landscape in Australia?

Gaetan Burgio, Geneticist and Group Leader, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University - avatar Gaetan Burgio, Geneticist and Group Leader, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University

Medical researchers should be conducting life-saving research, not spending half their time writing grants. from www.shutterstock.comMedical research in Australia is faci...

Scientists are accidentally helping poachers drive rare species to extinction

Benjamin Scheele, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Ecology, Australian National University - avatar Benjamin Scheele, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Ecology, Australian National University

The beautiful Chinese cave gecko, or Goniurosaurus luii, is highly prized by poachersCarola JuckniesIf you open Google and start typing “Chinese cave gecko”, ...

VIDEO: Michelle Grattan on the fate of budget measures in the Senate

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

AAP/Brendan EspositoThe University of Canberra’s vice-chancellor and president, professor Deep Saini, and professorial fellow Michelle Grattan discuss the week in p...

Codswallop: how to stop boxing deaths and brain injury with a simple rule

Simon Chapman, Emeritus Professor in Public Health, University of Sydney - avatar Simon Chapman, Emeritus Professor in Public Health, University of Sydney

If hitting below the belt, not the head, was the aim, then brain damage from boxing would disappear overnight.from www.shutterstock.comThe coronial inquest in Sydney into...

 

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