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Princess Diana: why her death 25 years ago has sparked so many conspiracy theories

Image: A quarter of a century after the Paris car crash, conspiracy theories about Diana’s death persist. Mark Reinstein / Shutterstock Diana, Princess of Wales, died...

Why do people overshare online? 5 expert tips for avoiding social media scandal

Image: Steve Gale / Unsplash Social media are increasingly blurring the lines between our personal and professional lives, leaving us at risk of posting sensitive...

Ghoulishness, depravity and stupidity: welcome to the world of Ottessa Moshfegh’s Lapvona

Image: The Triumph of Death - Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c.1592). Public domain Whether taken as a good or bad quality, Ottessa Moshfegh’s Lapvona is a confounding novel....

2023 Billilla Artists Studio Program applications now open

Opening event - Past lives & Eyes that see: the collection of Norman Rosenblatt Cr Castelli, Chairperson of the Bayside Arts & Gallery Advisory Committee, together with...

Murdoch v Crikey highlights how Australia’s defamation laws protect the rich and powerful

Image: Lachlan Murdoch, far left, with his father Rupert and brother James in 2014. Dan Steinberg/AP/AAP There is no better example of how Australia’s defamation laws...

Applications open for agricultural Science & Innovation Awards

·    2023 Science and Innovation Awards grants now open ·    Individual grants of up to $22,000 across multiple categories ·    Total of $264,000 in grants...