Experts have criticised universities’ rabid desire for higher global rankings.

A new study suggests forgetfulness may be a sign of brain efficiency.

ACOSS says now is crucial time for Australia to choose between favouring the rich or saving the poor.

WA’s corruption watchdog has been called on to investigate a ‘cover-up culture’ at Curtin University.

Australian researchers have observed a 50-million-light-year-long galaxy filament ...

A new study shows kangaroos stare at humans to ‘ask’ for help.

A government authority has apologised for accidentally telling 24,000 year 12 students that they are “ineligible” for university.

The UK is planning to regulate social media firms over their content removal practices.

A new report calls for benchmarks for leadership by Aboriginal women and girls.

The Federal Government has failed to make the cashless welfare program permanent, but has won an extension.

Phase 2/3 clinical trials for the UQ/CSL vaccine will no longer proceed.

Incentives for Centrelink’s new debt collectors have revived Robodebt concerns.

A new lab aims to improve the teaching of reading.

The ANU has proposed the axing of several School of Art courses.

A Japanese space capsule has landed in outback South Australia, packed with samples from a distant asteroid.

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says 2020 is on track to be one of three warmest years on record.

A new report says consumers have seen record broadband speeds during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A new report finds no country – whether rich or poor – is immune from the health impacts of worsening climate change.

Victoria has banned Commonwealth’s Dollarmites scheme and other “low-quality” school banking programs.

A disturbing new study has found evidence of self-harm among primary school children

Ballarat is ditching Australia Day fireworks in favour of a Survival Day dawn ceremony.

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