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Post-JobKeeper, unemployment could head north of 7%: here’s why

It’s not just the end of JobKeeper that will push up unemployment in April according to The University of Melbourne's Roger Wilkins.

Gas cooking is associated with worsening asthma in kids. But proper ventilation helps

Increasing evidence suggests cooking with gas may make asthma worse in children. However, proper use of range hoods could reduce that risk.

Is Australia’s India travel ban legal? A citizenship law expert explains

There is a growing public and political outcry over the federal government’s sudden travel ban on Australians from coming home from India.

COVID-19 cost more in 2020 than the world’s combined natural disasters in any of the past 20 years

What was the total cost of the COVID-19 pandemic last year? more than the world’s combined natural disasters in any of the past 20 years.

50 years of royal commissions — here’s how they make a difference

Scott Morrison announced a royal commission into veteran suicides — the fourth royal commission set up under his prime ministership.

Why this trial was different: Experts react to guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin

Scholars analyze the guilty verdicts handed down to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the 2020 murder of George Floyd. Outside the courthouse, crowds cheered and church bells sounded – a...

Ramadan: four tips to help you eat right and stay healthy

Ramadan began on 13 April this year; and sees the majority of Muslims fast during daylight, not eating or drinking until sunset for a month.

British royals tend to survive a full three decades longer than their subjects

Research by S. Jay Olshansky has shown British royals tend to live a full three decades longer than their subjects.

Vital Signs: Christine Holgate’s ‘principal’ error was applying corporate logic to Australia Post

Christine Holgate’s demise as Australia Post’s chief executive shows public-sector norms and private-sector competition don’t mix well.

House prices are climbing alright, but not for the reason you might think

It’s tempting to think home prices are soaring because there aren’t enough homes, but that can’t explain the takeoff from about 2000.
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