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Sore losers forgetting the importance of grace in defeat
Defeat is a truer test of character than victory. Whether it’s the US Open or Australian politics, the way participants deal with failure impacts the contest overall, with implications well beyond a moment of madness.
New book calls for changes to education system
A new book co-edited by Western Sydney University’s Associate Professor David Cole asserts that a radical change to the education system is vital to addressing current global issues such as climate change.
Friday essay: the rise of the ‘bin chicken’, a totem for modern Australia
In just a few decades, the Australian White Ibis has made itself at home in many of Australia’s coastal and inland cities.
Pay to play: is participating in sport becoming too expensive for everyday Australians?
Australians spend nearly A$11 billion a year on sport and physical activity participation fees, according to the Australian Sports Commission.
Community power beats a pill when it comes to combatting diabetes
I have no doubt that the people of Campbelltown are sick of hearing about the high rates of diabetes in their region. What I don’t think they hear enough about is the solutions that exist.
I have painful periods, could it be endometriosis?
Nine in ten young women experience the cramping or stabbing of period pain just before their monthly bleed or as it starts.