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The Olympics have always been a platform for protest. Banning hand gestures and kneeling ignores their history
It is the year of the Tokyo Olympics, and the International Olympic Committee was quickly out of the blocks with new guidelines regarding athlete protests.
‘What subjects do I choose for my last years of school?’
Many young people feel undecided about their career pathway. One study found around one in five teenagers were uncertain about a clear career goal.
Moving the A-League to the winter would improve the play, but will it attract the fans?
In the past week, the Australian football players union has been pressuring the A-League to make a major change in the sport – shifting to a winter competition, instead of its current spot in the brutal summer.
Formula 1 says it’s going carbon neutral but fans must demand greater detail on how
When Formula 1 announced late last year that the sport would be carbon neutral by 2030, the organisation’s chief technical officer spoke of the transition to a lower carbon world.
ARC Linkage funds research on early warning system for bushfires
The Federal Government has announced new funding for Western Sydney University researchers to develop a system for reliably forecasting the potential for bushfires.
Babies and toddlers might not know there’s a fire but disasters still take their toll
Thousands of families with babies and toddlers have been affected by Australia’s bushfire disaster. This includes children whose homes have been under direct threat or impacted by severe smoke pollution, or where their parents volunteer or work as fire fighters.