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The history of the shopping centre Santa, and how he became a staple of the festive season

Image: Las Cruces Sun-News, Norm Dettlaff Much to the delight of children (and maybe some adults), Santa arriving in shopping centres all around Australia signals...

Australians love their pets, so why don’t more public places welcome them?

      Pets are a common sight in places like cafes overseas, but are generally unwelcome in many public places in Australia   Venture to the...

Australians love their pets, so why don’t more public places welcome them?

      Pets are a common sight in places like cafes overseas, but are generally unwelcome in many public places in Australia   Venture to the...

More than milk and bread: corner store revival can rebuild neighbourhood ties

When neighbourhoods lose their corner stores, they also lose a place where people meet and feel like part of their local community.  Susan Fitzgerald/Flickr Do...

Avoid the politics and let artificial intelligence decide your vote in the next election

Would you let AI decide who you should vote for? Shutterstock/CYCLONEPROJECT If trust in our politicians is at an all time low, maybe it’s time...

The decoy effect: how you are influenced to choose without really knowing it

The decoy effect is the phenomenon where consumers swap their preference between two options when presented with a third option.  Shutterstock Price is the most...