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Digital platforms. Why the ACCC's proposals for Google and Facebook matter big time

Sacha Molitorisz, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Media Transition, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney - avatar Sacha Molitorisz, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Media Transition, Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney

The Competition and Consumer Commission is worried about the ability of the platforms we use to determine the news we read. ShutterstockThe Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released ...

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Australia is still listening to Voyager 2 as NASA confirms the probe is now in interstellar space

Douglas Bock, Director of Astronomy and Space Science, CSIRO - avatar Douglas Bock, Director of Astronomy and Space Science, CSIRO

Both Voyagers are now in interstellar space. NASANASA has confirmed that Voyager 2 has joined its twin to become only the second spacecraft to enter interstellar space – where the Sun’s fl...

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As Indigenous incarceration rates keep rising, justice reinvestment offers a solution

Sophie Russell, Research Associate, UNSW - avatar Sophie Russell, Research Associate, UNSW

The over-incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians is one of our nation’s most significant human rights concerns. Data released last week show the number of people impr...

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Recovered Aboriginal songs offer clues to 19th century mystery of the shipwrecked 'white woman'

Stephen Morey, Senior Lecturer, Department of Languages and Linguistics, La Trobe University - avatar Stephen Morey, Senior Lecturer, Department of Languages and Linguistics, La Trobe University

An image of the landscape around Bairnsdale in the late-18th century. D. R Long (Daniel Rutter), between 1856 and 1883. State Library of VictoriaIn 1846 Melbourne was gripped by a panic: a story had ...

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Cities can grow without wrecking reefs and oceans. Here's how

Silvia Tavares, Lecturer in Urban Design, James Cook University - avatar Silvia Tavares, Lecturer in Urban Design, James Cook University

Cairns has lots of hard grey infrastructure but much less green infrastructure that would reduce the impacts of the city's growth. Karine Dupré, Author provided“What happens if the water ...

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How physical activity in Australian schools can help prevent depression in young people

Alexandra Parker, Professor of Physical Activity and Mental Health, Victoria University - avatar Alexandra Parker, Professor of Physical Activity and Mental Health, Victoria University

Many young people don't recover from depression, and exercise can help prevent it from developing in the first place. www.shutterstock.comAdolescence is a critical time for the development of mental h...

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FactCheck: did more people buy their seventh home than bought their first home last year?

Stephen Whelan, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Sydney - avatar Stephen Whelan, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Sydney

Last year, more people bought their seventh home than those buying their first. – Queensland Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni, media statement, November 22, 2018 Housing ...

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