Some 189,000 Afghans have applied for visas to Australia, but the government has only approved 31,500 refugee spots for the next four years. Women face the biggest hurdles to resettlement.
A four-year survey of Palestinian school children in Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem found hope and wellbeing already seriously declining. The situation now can only make it worse.
Frontier violence was widespread across colonial Queensland and has real life implications for contemporary Australia.
AI-generated faces are now readily available, and have been used in identity fraud, catfishing and cyber warfare.
Port operator DP World handles roughly 40% of Australia’s sea freight. Over the weekend its ports were disrupted by what appears to be a malicious, targeted cyberattack.
We’re all familiar with a green ‘G’ or a red ‘MA’ on a movie poster, but those ratings don’t have any basis in what we know about child development. They’d be much more useful for parents if they did.
Three new surveys paint a mixed picture of local feelings about China. The participants did not simply ‘love China’ or ‘hate China’, but had more complicated perceptions of the country.
Labor still leads on two-party preferred, but is feeling the strain as cost of living pressures take hold.
While most are still relatively new to federal politics, the teal independents have had a big impact on the way the country is run.
Our birds are tough. They went through some mean climatic conditions to make Australia home.
Foreign Minister Penny Wong said She said steps towards a ceasefire were needed but it could not be one-sided.
Historically, most Pacific visa programs in Australia have been tied to labour mobility. And none has specifically referenced climate change as a driving rationale.
This week, the High Court made an order which overturns the laws on which much of Australia’s immigration system is based. What happens to the law, and those most affected by it, now?
Elder abuse is common and can be devastating. New research has uncovered four key reasons older people do not seek the help they need with the abuse.
The overturning of almost 20 years of legal precedent allowing indefinite detention is a watershed moment. But stateless people in Australia have few rights and little say over their futures.
Viral headlines would have you think Saturn’s rings will vanish in just 18 months. Here’s what that really means and why you don’t need to worry.