This weekLast edition Off the charts: Doing something about the weather
One positive to come from the summer’s heatwave is it might shift climate opinion says Bernard Lagan who looks at a recent Climate Commission report ...more...
W/c 14 January
Bill shock: Hanging up on outrageous phone charges
Phone prices for international roaming are sky high says Alan Finkel who urges legislation to outlaw the practice ...more...
W/c 10 December
Gender bending: Is the battle of the sexes a draw?
New laws demanding equality of the sexes in Australian workplaces are a major breakthrough says Helen Conway who sets out some of the changes ...more...
W/c 3 December
Thou shalt not kill: How come Governments still are?
Imposing the death penalty is a primitive form of justice say Thomas Serafin, Benedict Coyne and Stephen Keim and it should be abolished worldwide ...more...
W/c 26 November
Manning up: Why men are losing the battle of the sexes
There are 13 reasons why it’s unlucky to be a male in Australia says Greg Andresen who would like to see change for both his son and daughter ...more...
W/c 19 November
The stunning truth: Are tasers as deadly as they seem?
A law-enforcement tool supposed to save injury and death is injuring and killing people says Kellie Tranter who looks to find out why ...more...
W/c 12 November
With sights on austerity: Is the PS an easy target?
Governments across the country are pursuing fiscal austerity says Julie Novak who puts a case for transferring Federal PS staff and responsibilities to the States ...more...
W/c 5 November
Flagging the issue: Is it time for a new national flag?
It’s easy to forget about National Flag Day says Scott Tibballs but it reveals more about the Australian flag than you might think ...more...
W/c 29 October
The Birds and the Bees: When to teach kids about sex
Parents worried about the sexualisation of their children should teach them about sex early says Jenny Walsh ...more...