Studies reveal women’s research receives tougher assessment, less funding, fewer prizes and less citation than men’s.
A survey released by the Australian National University has reinforced that October’s referendum might have passed if it had been confined to constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.
The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters, in its final report tabled on Monday recommended the number of senators from each territory be doubled to four.
When we invest money, time or another resource we can’t get back, factoring that sunk cost into our future decisions can be a trap.
The ACT Party claims revisiting the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi is about political equality. But removing a Māori cultural dimension to New Zealand’s democracy would have an opposite effect.
An inquiry found the Home Affairs secretary used his position for personal advantage, gossiped disrespectfully about ministers, broke confidentiality and didn’t disclose a conflict of interest.
The Labor government’s once-healthy lead has crashed since the October referendum.
Camera rolls reveal how photography is transforming in the smartphone era.
Michelle Grattan explains the governments $255 million funding boost to monitor immigration detainees in a further response to the recent High Court decision.
The former member for Wentworth, Dave Sharma, has won the Liberal Senate spot left by the retirement of the former Foreign Minister Maris Payne. He beat former NSW minister Andrew Constance 251 to 206…
As kids, we’re naturally more likely to enjoy sweet and salty tastes and reject bitterness. But that changes as we grow older.
The country’s first formal three-party coalition will test Christopher Luxon’s promise of ‘strong and stable’ government – and the minor parties’ patience if things don’t go their way.
Specific details about which manufacturers receive export permits and the nature of the exported goods are not provided publicly. This lack of transparency needs to change.
The last native Moriori speaker died over a century ago. Can an ambitious new project bring the language back from the brink?
There have been 368 reported anti-Jewish incidents in Australia since the Gaza war began. But antisemitism has been a running theme in the country since the mid-1800s.
Michelle Grattan explains the various challenges that face the government as we head towards a new year.