Friday essay: Indigenous afterlives in Britain

Breastplate, of metal, engraved ‘McIntyre King of Mannilla’, c.1860–1874. ‘King’ McIntyre (c.1814–74) . Donated by A.W. Wilkins to Birmingham Museum & Art ...

Australia's biggest fossil fuel investment for a decade is in the works – and its greenhouse gas emissions will be horrifying

ShutterstockThe controversial Scarborough gas project off Western Australia will cause a substantial rise in greenhouse gas emissions at a time when the world must rapidly decarbonise, new analys...

Total solar eclipse will bring 2 minutes of darkness to Antarctica's months of endless daylight

Natacha Pisarenko/AAP ImageThe Sun hasn’t set in Antarctica since October. Earth’s southernmost continent is currently experiencing a long summer’s day, one that stretches from ...

The Times Business

Albanese to come clean on emissions targets, but a carbon price is still hush-hush

Anthony Albanese in Nimbin, NSW, on November 12 2019 amid a season of a catastrophic bushfires. Jason O'Brien/AAPThe Australian Labor Party is set to announce its target for cutting greenhouse ga...

the costs of Morrison's voter ID plan outweighed any benefit

The Morrison government has shelved its plan to make Australians produce identification before casting their vote. Yesterday it withdrew the Electoral Legislation Amendment (Voter Integrity) Bill...

Sure, the national accounts show GDP going backwards, but look at what's to come

The most revealing graph presented in Wednesday’s September quarter national accounts is one showing what has happened just beyond the end of the September quarter, in the one we are in now...

Times Magazine

What you need to know about skin cancer to protect yourself: Six misconceptions set straight

With a health condition as common as skin cancer, widespread myths and misconceptions must be quashed to keep Australians safe in the sun and confident in their skin.  Skin cancer is...

World

Total solar eclipse will bring 2 minutes of darkness to Antarctica's months of endless daylight

Natacha Pisarenko/AAP ImageThe Sun hasn’t set in Antarctica since October. Earth’s southernmost continent is currently experiencing a long summer’s day, one that stretches from ...

Politics

The Prime Minister's conference touching on the Jenkins Review

Good afternoon, everyone. I'm joined by the Minister for Women, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, and the Minister for Finance, to release the Jenkins Review. A little while ago, I had the op...

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