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Police debacle leaves the McGowan government battling to rebuild public trust in the SafeWA app

QR code contact-tracing apps are a crucial part of our defence against COVID-19. But their value depends on being widely used, which in turn means people using these apps need to b...

There's a lot we don't know about the UK trade agreement we are about to sign

We’re being told about the new Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement, but not a lot about most of what’s in it.After an in-principle agreement overnight, Austra...

Curious Kids: when a snake sheds its skin, why isn’t it colourful?

A bush viper slithering out of its skin. ShutterstockWhen a snake sheds its skin, why isn’t it colourful? Yahya, aged eightThanks for the question Yahya! Snakes come in all s...

Let's talk about what each uni does, but don't make it a choice between teaching or research

Gwilym Croucher, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne - avatar Gwilym Croucher, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne

ShutterstockFederal Education Minister Alan Tudge has called on Australian universities to “start a conversation about how we can support greater differentiation and specialisation in the university sector. We have 39 comprehensive universities, which may not be an optimal model for the quality of teaching or research in this country.”...

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Police debacle leaves the McGowan government battling to rebuild public trust in the SafeWA app

QR code contact-tracing apps are a crucial part of our defence against COVID-19. But their value dep...

Tama Leaver, Professor of Internet Studies, Curtin University - avatar Tama Leaver, Professor of Internet Studies, Curtin University17-06-2021

There's a lot we don't know about the UK trade agreement we are about to sign

We’re being told about the new Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement, but not a lot ab...

Patricia Ranald, Honorary research fellow, University of Sydney - avatar Patricia Ranald, Honorary research fellow, University of Sydney17-06-2021

Curious Kids: when a snake sheds its skin, why isn’t it colourful?

A bush viper slithering out of its skin. ShutterstockWhen a snake sheds its skin, why isn’t it...

Damian Lettoof, PhD Candidate, Curtin University - avatar Damian Lettoof, PhD Candidate, Curtin University17-06-2021

Diverse spokespeople and humour: how the government's next ad campaign could boost COVID vaccine uptake

ShutterstockThe federal government recently indicated it will launch a new COVID-19 vaccine advertis...

Jessica Kaufman, Research Fellow, Vaccine Uptake Group, Murdoch Children's Research Institute - avatar Jessica Kaufman, Research Fellow, Vaccine Uptake Group, Murdoch Children's Research Institute17-06-2021

Let's talk about what each uni does, but don't make it a choice between teaching or research

ShutterstockFederal Education Minister Alan Tudge has called on Australian universities to “st...

Gwilym Croucher, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne - avatar Gwilym Croucher, Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne17-06-2021

Spiders are cloaking Gippsland with stunning webs after the floods. An expert explains why

Darren CarneyStunning photographs of vast, ghostly spider webs blanketing the flood-affected region ...

Lizzy Lowe, Researcher, Macquarie University - avatar Lizzy Lowe, Researcher, Macquarie University17-06-2021

Friendlyjordies producer arrest: what is the NSW Police Fixated Persons Investigations Unit and when is it used?

(YouTube: Friendlyjordies)A producer for YouTube comedian Friendlyjordies was recently arrested for ...

Keiran Hardy, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University - avatar Keiran Hardy, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University17-06-2021

As organised crime makes headlines, are bikie gangs the threat they are made out to be?

Victoria PoliceOrganised crime has been front page news after the Australian Federal Police revealed...

Terry Goldsworthy, Associate Professor in Criminology, Bond University - avatar Terry Goldsworthy, Associate Professor in Criminology, Bond University17-06-2021

In neglecting the National Archives, the Morrison government turns its back on the future

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDWhy didn’t the federal government increase funding for ...

Judith Brett, Emeritus Professor of  Politics, La Trobe University - avatar Judith Brett, Emeritus Professor of Politics, La Trobe University17-06-2021

Peatlands worldwide are drying out, threatening to release 860 million tonnes of carbon dioxide every year

ShutterstockPeatlands, such as fens, bogs, marshes and swamps, cover just 3% of the Earth’s to...

Yuanyuan Huang, Research Scientist , CSIRO - avatar Yuanyuan Huang, Research Scientist , CSIRO17-06-2021

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The Advantages Of Using Betting Apps in Australia

NewsServices.com - avatar NewsServices.com

Online betting in Australia is slowly reaching its peak. It is responsible for a massive part of the revenue made by the online gambling industry. Not only that, but this industry is also a huge part of tourism as statistics showed that international visitors have spent over $151 million on these activities. There’s no denying the fact that A...


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