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ANAM Set and music in lockdown

The project that commissioned 67 Australian composers to write for each of Australian National Academy of Music’s musicians in lockdown

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OnlyFans and the adults in the room

The emerging OnlyFans community offering training and support to adult-content creators

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Where did all the bogongs go?

The drastic decline of the bogong moth could have disastrous ecological consequences

Labor leader Anthony Albanese at Mount Thorley Warkworth mine near Newcastle, New South Wales.

Spoiling for victory

The election campaign is no way to decide how to run the country

Chair of the National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board Neville Power

The scourge of state capture

We are increasingly aware our politics have been captured by lobbyists and industries, so what can we do about it?

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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

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Declaration of independents

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

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Did Federation compromise our democracy?

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

Image of The Sea of Hands, representing support for reconciliation and the rights of Indigenous Australians

The truth about truth-telling

Revisiting trauma is not the road to justice for Aboriginal people

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Pride of place

Why the Bondi Memorial honouring victims of Sydney’s LGBTIQ hate-crime epidemic matters for victims and their families