A conference this week saw the unique challenges of remote schooling come together.

A lively classroom debate has spawned a teen feminist movement aimed at shaking up the curriculum.

Not only are many Australians unhappy with the major political parties, their satisfaction with democracy itself has dropped too, a study shows.

Small bricks of compressed rice husk could save Nepalese women and children hours of hard labour and improve their health.

A new system will introduce collaborative, three-dimensional digital sketching to offices, classrooms studios and more.

Hysteria, misinformation and vicious power of the internet are taking a toll on health.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is cracking down on online dating scams, as people continue to be swindled out of their fortunes by romantic promises.

Five Victorian TAFEs face a "significant decline" in finances, as cuts begin to strip the important training provider.

An unexpected jump in the unemployment rate has brought a particularly hard hit to youth joblessness.

In an automated, robotic future, the common task of folding origami may no longer exist.

Some authorities say that the new West Australian school funding model will do the opposite of what evidence suggests it should.

Senator Nova Peris says all Australians need to push for constitutional recognition of Aboriginal people.

Two incredible breakthroughs have added to the dictionary of the smallest phenomena in the universe.

A new study has revealed an incredibly simple way to identify a narcissist – just ask them.

Research continues to show that indoor tanning is a bad idea.

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