Australia Post’s first half results, released today, mark more bad news for our national letter carrier.
Changing the census from a 5 year to a 10 year cycle is risky, writes CAEPR's Dr Nicholas Biddle.
PhD Candidate Hannah McCann explores the questions raised around whether the Fifty Shades of Grey film depicts abuse.
Associate Professor Martyn Kirk looks at how food gets contaminated and what the public should do to avoid getting sick.
Valentine’s Day is becoming increasingly important to the cultural makeup of Australia, writes Dr Renata Grossi from the Freilich Foundation
For undergraduate student Hadia Elahi, the media portrayal of Islam in recent months has been troubling.
When applying for an award, Dr Kim Huynh discovered something that isn't widely acknowledged - that lecturers can learn from students.
Community support for constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples is growing, says Mick Dodson AM.
Is Australian spending over $100 million a day more than we're collecting? ANU Professor Miranda Stewart examines the claim.
The Australian Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) has been adopted worldwide. But it’s an idea that has still greater potential.
By Gianluca Marino, Australian National University and Miguel Martinez-Boti, University of Southampton
It’s well known that carbon in the...
By Khanh Hoang, Australian National University
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has asked for an urgent review into the circumstances of...
This year’s update on Closing the Gap presents a picture similar to 2014 in education - there is much work still to be done.
The fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria – so-called “superbugs” – is a huge challenge.
Australia has decisively responded to the strategic uncertainty of contemporary East Asia by forming committees and undertaking reviews.
By Peter Whiteford, Australian National University
Scott Morrison’s appointment as minister for social services in late December 2014 has...
By Sasha Grishin, Australian National University
Jan Senbergs, who turned 75 last year, is one of the great veteran artists in the...
By Andrew Glikson, Australian National University
The latest climate projections released last week by the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO...
Sport is fundamental to Australia’s society, culture and economy. But how would we cope when the heat threatens some of our pastimes?
By Timo Henckel, Australian National University
The CAMA RBA Shadow Board is a project by the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis,...