A Sydney academic is using an Indiana Jones-type defence for bringing the “Dead Sea Scrolls of Buddhism” into Australia for research.
- by Michaela Boland
All my life I had been conscious of an ancestral connection to Shetland, but like many Australians, I had only a few fragments to assemble the jigsaw.
- by Steve Foley
The premier's marathon press conferences have been unprecedented exercises in politics. They have also shown how journalism is both essential and failing.
- by Margaret Simons
The pandemic, upending the rules of politics and economics, will see Josh Frydenberg unveil the most generous tax and spending package in Australian history.
- by George Megalogenis
Most parents of children with a disability struggle to fit everything in. Yet the move to online service during lockdown has shown there is another way.
- by Elizabeth Callinan
A new model of aged care that honours both the care worker and the older person is needed.
- by Julie Perrin
Though remote voting has been debated for many years, there is a sense that COVID-19 may fast-track the Parliament into a new age. Photos by Alex Ellinghausen.
- by Tony Wright
“Whenever anybody got in the way ... Elliott, O'Bryan and Symons turned to threats and intimidation.”
- by John Silvester
To Palestinian farmers in the Jordan Valley such as Rashed Khudairi, Israeli policy remains as it has been for decades: take over the land, exclude the people.
- by Andra Jackson
After five decades of activism and wrestling everything from childhood wounds to chronic bulimia, Jane Fonda is throwing herself into the biggest fight of them all: climate change.
- by Fenella Souter
It's not just 18th birthday cakes and speeches that our Year 12s are missing out on.
- by Tom Cowie