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Opinion: Parents, studies show most kids have done just fine in remote schooling. Here’s how to survive the home stretch

With nearly half of Australia’s population in lockdown, a lot of children and young people are still not attending face-to-face school.


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Opinion: ‘Singing up Country’: reawakening the Black Duck Songline, across 300km in Australia’s southeast

Songlines criss-cross across Australia. They are one of the foundational spiritual features of the world’s oldest continuing culture.


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Opinion: Berejiklian’s downfall derailed a career built on accountability and control. Now, who will replace her?

In announcing her intention to resign as NSW premier today, Gladys Berejiklian took the, “I have been given no option” option.


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Opinion: Can radicalisation be defeated? Yes, if we understand that it happens when people’s bonds are broken

Radical extremism has increased by 320% in the last five years and cost the world an estimated US$14.1 trillion as of 2018.


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Opinion: Tom Wills’ story is the AFL’s opportunity for truth telling about its ugly history

This article discusses colonial violence against First Nations peoples. There is reference to people who are now deceased.


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Opinion: What this collaboration between artists and health-care leaders teaches us about living through COVID-19

A new project that spotlights the strain from COVID-19 on our health systems and the people who work in them has invited health-care leaders and artists to create artworks.


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Opinion: If you were called by a melody, how would it sound? Communities in Ethiopia and PNG name people with unique individual tunes

36-year-old Binoora Bhultse lives in Garda village in the Oyda district of southwest Ethiopia. Binoora also has a name that is special to him.


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Opinion: Climate change is testing the resilience of native plants to fire, from ash forests to gymea lilies

Green shoots emerging from black tree trunks is an iconic image in the days following bushfires, thanks to the remarkable ability of many native plants to survive even the most intense flames.



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