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  • Cracks in the system

    Open Forum     |      October 15, 2021

    It is almost impossible for purchasers to predict whether their new apartment will have building defects, a report into the apartment building industry has found.

  • Albanese needs to walk the talk on Labor’s integrity issue

    Michelle Grattan     |      October 15, 2021

    The Labor leader has campaigned relentlessly against the government on a range of integrity issues and so to soft pedal on his party’s own ‘branch stacking’ scandal smacks of double standards and a failure of leadership.

  • Covid-19’s toll on Papua New Guinea

    Hillary Mansour     |      October 14, 2021

    Covid-19 has triggered cascading impacts in PNG’s health, economic, social, civil and administrative sectors while undermining the government’s capacity to address them.

  • What does a ‘Covid-normal’ workplace look like?

    Rachel Packham     |      October 14, 2021

    Workplaces are changing, offering more flexibility than ever, says a UNSW Canberra report. But not everyone has fallen in love with hybrid ways of working.

  • How AI can inform course choices

    Tomas Trescak     |      October 14, 2021

    Academics have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to create a custom-designed course planning and recommendation system for students based on the skills their desired jobs require.

  • Ed Husic’s address to the 2021 GAP Summit

    The Honourable Ed Husic MP     |      October 12, 2021

    Ed Husic, Labor’s Shadow Minister for Industry and Innovation, addressed Global Access Partner’s 2021 Summit on the New Normal on 8 October.

  • Economics in the real world

    David Jaeger     |      October 12, 2021

    The Nobel committee’s decision to award its economics prize for 2021 to David Card, Josh Angrist and Guido Imbens marks the culmination of a revolution in the way economists approach the world that began more than 30 years ago.

  • Ageism, is that a new word?

    Joanna Maxwell     |      October 12, 2021

    A new report suggests 83% of Australians think ageism is a problem, and 63% say they have experienced ageism in the last 5 years, but many are unclear about exactly what ‘ageism’ means.

  • Keep your eyes on the prize

    Lukasz Swiatek     |      October 12, 2021

    For all the glamour and worldwide attention it brings, Nobel Peace Prize celebrity has a darker side, which all winners have to handle.

  • What now for Federal Labor?

    Paul Strangio     |      October 12, 2021

    Anthony Albanese is more popular than some of his predecessors, but voters also don’t have a clear sense of who he is and what he offers.

  • Boosting space capabilities through AUKUS

    Malcolm Davis     |      October 12, 2021

    A common AUKUS approach to rapid launch to reconstitute lost capabilities, as well as defensive space control to defend critical systems, would help safeguard against Russian and Chinese attacks on vital orbital systems.

  • On the move

    Julian O Shea     |      October 11, 2021

    Electric scooters, e-bikes and other forms of micromobility have set the wheels in motion for a revolution in the way we move around cities.