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'Could do better': top Australian economists award the budget a cautious pass

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDAustralia’s leading economists have struggled to grade this month’s budget. Challenged by the Economic Society of Australia and T...

ASIC chair James Shipton steps aside after adverse finding by Auditor-General

James Shipton, chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, has stood aside after an adverse Audit Office report about $118,557 paid by ASIC on his behalf when...

Children may need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 too. Here's what we need to consider

ShutterstockAn ideal COVID-19 vaccine would not only protect people from becoming ill, it would also stop the virus spreading through the population. The best way to do this is to ...

Climate-protected citadels, virtual worlds only for the privileged: is this the future of inequality?

Matthew Finch, Adjunct Research Fellow, University of Southern Queensland - avatar Matthew Finch, Adjunct Research Fellow, University of Southern Queensland

ShutterstockImagine visiting the Europe of 2048. The cities are strangely silent. Desperate communities in Paris, London and Berlin struggle in the shadow of hollowed-out buildings. The once-popular coastal resorts have also been abandoned, as rises in sea level have taken their toll. Heading out to rural areas, you find where the fortunate few...

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'Could do better': top Australian economists award the budget a cautious pass

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDAustralia’s leading economists have struggled to grade ...

Peter Martin, Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University - avatar Peter Martin, Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University28-10-2020

ASIC chair James Shipton steps aside after adverse finding by Auditor-General

James Shipton, chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, has stood aside aft...

Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra - avatar Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra28-10-2020

Children may need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 too. Here's what we need to consider

ShutterstockAn ideal COVID-19 vaccine would not only protect people from becoming ill, it would also...

Ketaki Sharma, PhD student, University of Sydney - avatar Ketaki Sharma, PhD student, University of Sydney28-10-2020

The Gabba Grand Final: how Queensland fell in love with Australian Rules football again

Darren England/AAPThe COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions to all major sports in Au...

Steve Georgakis, Senior Lecturer of Pedagogy and Sports Studies, University of Sydney - avatar Steve Georgakis, Senior Lecturer of Pedagogy and Sports Studies, University of Sydney28-10-2020

Climate-protected citadels, virtual worlds only for the privileged: is this the future of inequality?

ShutterstockImagine visiting the Europe of 2048. The cities are strangely silent. Desperate communit...

Matthew Finch, Adjunct Research Fellow, University of Southern Queensland - avatar Matthew Finch, Adjunct Research Fellow, University of Southern Queensland28-10-2020

5 Money-Saving Tips for Millennials in Trouble

The last couple of years have been very rough for Millennials. As soon as we came out of the p...

Diana Smith - avatar Diana Smith27-10-2020

E-INVESTMENT: Why You Should Be Investing In Australia

Investments can be a great deal if done in the right place. There are a lot of options availab...

Rayyan Harris - avatar Rayyan Harris27-10-2020

Solitaire Card Game Rules Every Gamer Should Know

When it was first developed in 1988 by an intern, who knew that Solitaire would grow into the ...

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The reward for good pandemic leadership: Lessons from Jacinda Ardern's New Zealand reelection

The recent reelection of the Jacinda Ardern-led Labour government in New Zealand offers leaders else...

Suze Wilson, Senior Lecturer, Executive Development, Massey University - avatar Suze Wilson, Senior Lecturer, Executive Development, Massey University27-10-2020

Asian countries do aged care differently. Here's what we can learn from them

ShutterstockThis article is part of our series on aged care. You can read the other articles in the ...

Angelique Chan, Executive Director of the Centre for Ageing Research & Education, Duke-NUS Medical School, National University of Singapore - avatar Angelique Chan, Executive Director of the Centre for Ageing Research & Education, Duke-NUS Medical School, National University of Singapore27-10-2020

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The Role Of The Ego In Gambling

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All over the world, people are addicted to gambling. At any given time during the day, one can find people inserting coins into a slot machine of playing free slots no download no registration in the hope of winning the big time. What many people do not see is that trying to get an edge in gambling does not need a system or formal education. Gam...


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