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  1. Will Australians ever give up Uber?
  2. VIDEO: Michelle Grattan on the government's Gonski 2.0 win and citizenship changes
  3. Destroying Mosul's Great Mosque: Islamic State's symbolic war to the end
  4. Act now to protect your digital rights, Big Brother and his Little Sisters may be watching
  5. Co-housing works well for older people, once they get past the image problem
  6. What is 'cognitive reserve'? How we can protect our brains from memory loss and dementia
  7. Trucks are destroying our roads and not picking up the repair cost
  8. Could long-distance bullies in Australia face up to 20 years in jail for encouraging suicide?
  9. The passage of Gonski 2.0 is a victory for children over politics
  10. Australia is still lagging on some aspects of early childhood education
  11. Should 'pro-ana' websites be criminalised in Australia?
  12. How to ask for a pay rise
  13. Vital Signs: it will take more than asking for a pay rise to fix Australia's wages problem
  14. Explainer: how law enforcement decodes your photos
  15. Who's responsible? Housing policy mismatched to our $6 trillion asset
  16. Friday essay: the legend of Ishtar, first goddess of love and war
  17. Is it really so wrong to care for an introduced bird species?
  18. The Lark Descending: are non-native birds undervalued in New Zealand?
  19. Grattan on Friday: Plenty of 'rising damp' in Turnbull government's approach
  20. Pauline Hanson is wrong – we need to include children with disability in regular classrooms
  21. Explainer: how malware gets inside your apps
  22. Make Money this Winter and Hire out Your Van
  23. Gene testing for the public: a way to ward off disease, or a useless worry?
  24. The government's new energy plans will leave investors less confident than ever
  25. 'Who knew the world could be so awful': Alice Birch's apocalyptic feminist theatre
  26. Journalists in war zones tread a fine line between safety and freedom of speech
  27. Why the sunrise is still later after the winter solstice shortest day
  28. Why is the Australian government funding Hollywood films at the expense of our stories?
  29. It's easy to do business in New Zealand but it needs to be easier
  30. Growing up in disadvantaged areas may affect teens' brains, but good parenting can help
  31. Restricting bail and parole for those with terror links is no cure-all
  32. Are we counting culture to death?
  33. Uber's problems highlight silicon valley's faltering vision for the future
  34. Surgeons admit to mistakes in surgery and would use robots if they reduced the risks
  35. Business Briefing: following the money in cricket
  36. Beyond Medicare levies: joining the dots to create places that are good for our health
  37. Where are the new Australian musicals? Waiting in the wings
  38. Feeling euphoric on a low-carb diet? The effect on your brain is similar to an illicit drug
  39. Hey, sexy: objectifying catcalls occur more frequently than you might think
  40. A venomous paradox: how deadly are Australia's snakes?
  41. A Labor government would boost schools' money but how much would it unpick Gonski 2.0?
  42. Republicans hold seats at US House by-elections
  43. Get in on the ground floor: how apartments can join the solar boom
  44. Should governments provide funding grants to encourage public interest journalism?
  45. Speaking with: Peter Doherty about infectious disease pandemics
  46. The CPA saga demonstrates why Australia's corporate governance code needs replacing
  47. Three charts on: Australia's declining homicide rates
  48. Canavan offers to fund gas exploration, but what do we get in return?
  49. Three charts on: the NBN and Australia’s digital divide
  50. What Australia can learn from the New Zealand retirement system

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