Raising the bar on country dementia care

Rising levels of dementia is putting pressure on residential aged care facilities, including in rural and regional centres where nursing homes and staff are already under […]

Burns victims struggling to pay

Living away from community and Country, Aboriginal families of children with severe burns also face critical financial stress to cover the associated costs of health care […]

40 years on, Gallipoli is still devastating

The ANZAC experiences in the First World War arguably cemented post-colonial Australian ideals of mateship, bravery and love for country. In Peter Weir’s landmark film Gallipoli, […]

Making waves in oceanography

A new scientific discovery in Australia by Flinders University has recorded for the first time how ghost currents and sediments can ‘undo’ the force of gravity. […]

Whiff of the past from bat guano

In an experiment to understand better how ancient artefacts are altered by the sediment in which they are buried for thousands of years, Australian archaeological scientists […]