News Centre archive
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Opinion: Victorians, and anyone else at risk, should now be wearing face masks. Here’s how to make one
After early success in suppressing COVID-19, we are facing a resurgence in Victoria, which is threatening disease control for the whole country.
Opinion: Public housing ‘renewal’ likely to drive shift to private renters, not owners, in Sydney
A target of 70% private and 30% public dwellings is an accepted standard for public housing renewal projects in several Australian states.
Study: If women’s birth choices aren’t supported, they may go it alone
A Western Sydney University study has found that women may be prepared to deliver their babies at home, unassisted, if Australia’s maternity health system is not reformed.
Opinion: We live in an age of ‘fake news’. But Australian children are not learning enough about media literacy
Today we release the findings from our new research into how young Australians consume and think about news media.
Opinion: Shillings, gods and runes: clues in language suggest a Semitic superpower in ancient northern Europe
Remember when Australians paid in shillings & pence?
Study finds women’s birth choices more likely to be supported by a midwife
A Western Sydney University study has found that it is possible for women to have a successful VBAC – and to feel safe, secure and supported in their birth choice – if they engage the services of a midwife.