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Opinion: Curious Kids: why do babies cry when they come out of their mum?

When babies are born, they all seem to cry. We see this a lot on TV. But not all newborn babies cry straight away. Here’s what’s going on.


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Opinion: Hanson-Latham rift leaves One Nation's future in NSW uncertain

Changes to the management of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party in NSW reaffirm an unchanging rule of politics.


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Opinion: Trapped: Australia's extraordinary alpine insects are being marooned on mountaintops as the world warms

We may not pay invertebrates much thought, but they’re the workhorses of all ecosystems.


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Opinion: Ageing in a housing crisis: growing numbers of older Australians are facing a bleak future

The collision between an ageing population and a housing crisis has left more older people in Australia enduring housing insecurity and homelessness.


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Opinion: A whole-university road map to sustainability impact

Top-ranked Western Sydney University combines immediate action with long-term planning to drive progress in achieving impact aligned with the SDGs.


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Opinion: The feral flying under the radar: why we need to rethink European honeybees

Australia’s national parks, botanic gardens, wild places and green spaces are swarming with an invasive pest that is largely flying under the radar.


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Opinion: Ken’s rights? Our research shows Barbie is surprisingly accurate on how ‘men’s rights activists’ are radicalised

In the Barbie movie, we open with a picture of a perfect Barbieland where (almost) everyone is happy, diversity and sisterhood are embraced, and Barbies hold all positions of power.




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