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A big change is coming for higher education funding. What would a ‘hard cap’ on domestic places mean for students and unis?

Back in February, the Universities Accord final report[1] recommended major changes to university funding. It proposed a new bo...

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Cost of living crunch won’t dampen Euro summer travel plans

As the annual European summer holiday season kicks off, new data from instant payout travel...

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How would a switch to nuclear affect electricity prices for households and industry?

Peter Dutton has announced that under a Coalition government, seven nuclear power stations would be built around the country over the next 15 years. Experts have declared nuclear power would be expensive and slow to buil...

Hollywood didn’t know exactly what to do with Donald Sutherland – so they did everything with him

I don’t think Hollywood knew what to do with Donald Sutherland, who has died at age 88. He was not your classically handsome A-list actor like contemporaries Warren Beatty or Robert Redford, nor was he solely suite...

Peter Dutton’s nuclear energy policy will do nothing to ease Australians’ hip-pocket pain, now or in the future

Of all the debates unleashed by the Coalition’s nuclear energy announcement this week, energy prices is among the hottest. As Australians struggle with the skyrocketing cost of living, Opposition Leader Peter Dutto...

Does One NZ’s new ad campaign connect? Many adopted people might not think so

One NZ/YouTubeAdoption is often portrayed as a beautiful, loving act. It enables people to become parents to a child who is given a second chance at being part of a loving family. And a birth mother is relieved of a burd...

Why can’t I sleep? It could be your sheets or doona

Ground Picture/ShutterstockIt’s winter, so many of us will be bringing out, or buying, winter bedding.But how much of a difference does your bedding make to your thermal comfort? Can a particular textile help you s...