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Echidna poo has changed our understanding of human evolution

Citizen science is not only helping echidna conservation, but changing how we think about evolution

Declaration of independents

The success of Indi MP Helen Haines points to more non-aligned voices in parliament

Did Federation compromise our democracy?

How the advent of Australia’s national government separated power from people and place

The truth about truth-telling

Revisiting trauma is not the road to justice for Aboriginal people

Behind the coronavirus masks

An infectious diseases physician on facing COVID-19

Descent from the summit

Looking back on Kevin Rudd’s overly ambitious and thinly detailed Australia 2020 Summit

We’ll meet again

Helping carers use music to unlock the minds of people with dementia

Hopes and leaves

The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital working around the clock to treat victims of the bushfires

Planting hope

A community gardening program is bringing hope to asylum seekers

Intelligence branch

Bernard Collaery eagerly awaits his national security trial, energised by the prospect of highlighting the government’s misdeeds