Sunday 10 Feb 2019 · Lifestyle
"We've found it doesn’t really matter what the claim is about, as long as there is a related photograph with it, it will nudge people toward believing it".
Tuesday 25 Dec 2018 · News
Although more than half of Indigenous people are Christians, very few have read or heard the Bible in their ‘heart’ language.
Wednesday 10 Oct 2018 · News
An international study has found the Earth is at risk of increases in temperatures and sea level that would be devastating for human civilisation.
Sunday 7 Oct 2018 · News
A three month opt out period for the My Health Record system will end on October 15. In what incidences should you opt out?
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Monday 30 Jul 2018 · News
Research has revealed that obstructive sleep apnoea has been linked to structural brain changes seen in the early stages of dementia.
Thursday 26 Jul 2018 · News
We hear these conversations and these ‘sideways’ comments, good willed men (and women) need to stand up and have the conversation. They must make it clear it is not OK.
Monday 9 Jul 2018 · News
If science allows for the possibility that we can do something – should we? The repercussions seem ever more serious as we extend our ability to successfully manipulate the genetic makeup of living things.
Wednesday 20 Jun 2018 · News
Welcome to the era of smart street furniture that tells council the bin needs emptying or the park seat needs a clean. Soon you could be charging your device on a smart pole.
Monday 21 May 2018 · Trending
Itâs not as far-fetched as it sounds, according to some futurists. The technology exists; itâs only the moral codes of Western powers that have so far stopped that horse from bolting, they say.
Wednesday 16 May 2018 · News
Ronald Henderson famously chaired a Commission of Inquiry into Poverty in the early 1970âs. Following the release of the Commissionâs reports, the âHenderson Poverty Lineâ became the standard used by researchers to gauge progress in the community.