Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie blew the whistle last month.
Homophobia and transphobia are becoming a regular fixture in the Australian sporting calendar.
For the first time, the massive global shipping sector has agreed to a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, in what’s been called a “historic” moment.
Employable Me has been warmly reviewed. It has resonated with audiences, largely because of the cast who are likeable characters – funny, sweet and honest.
The manufacturer of White King “flushable” wipes has been fined A$700,000 because they are not, in fact, flushable.
Alexis Wright’s book Tracker: Stories of Tracker Tilmouth has won the 2018 Stella Prize. Tracker is, in Wright’s words, an attempt to tell an “impossible story”, using the voices of many people to reflect on the life of Tilmouth.
While childbirth is often a joyful event, it rarely unfolds exactly how we think it will.
Governments often justify spending money on sports events like the Commonwealth Games because they leave a “legacy”, including increases in physical activity among the population.
Launch your career at UWS