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‘It’s kind of suffocating’: queer young Australians speak about how they feel at school and what they think of politicians

Image: Darren England/AAP You might think that in 2022 it would be utterly uncontroversial for a footy club to have rainbow colours on a jersey to celebrate...

Exhibition: Above the Canopy celebrates the Australian environment- Now open at Town Hall Gallery

OPEN NOW Saturday 9 July - Saturday 24 September 2022 Town Hall Gallery presents the new exhibition Above the Canopy, celebrating the rich and diverse beauty of the Australian...

Respect@Work Forum – 7 July 2022

The Respect@Work Council Forum was held on Thursday 7 July. The Respect@Work Council was established in response to a key recommendation of the Australian Human...

Sunday essay: grey-haired and radiant – reimagining ageing for women

Musician and poet Patti Smith: ‘always evolving’. Dan Himbrechts/AAP Ageist thought patterns and reactions are so embedded in Australian culture that even educated people, people who otherwise...

Facebook ads have enabled discrimination based on gender, race and age. We need to know how ‘dark ads’ affect Australians

      AP Photo/Jon Elswick (Photo released by members of the U.S. House Intelligence committee)   Social media platforms are transforming how online advertising works and, in...

The COVID vaccine is here. When and to whom will we need to prove we’ve had it?

 Picture: AAP/AP/Francois Mori Australia’s long-awaited COVID vaccine rollout is scheduled to begin on Monday. New laws have just been passed mandating the recording of COVID-19 vaccine information on...