Is it time to ditch the text books and turn on the radio instead? Researchers look at the benefits of pop songs in learning another language.
The latest NSW Government Budget included a groundbreaking new policy to offer first home buyers the choice to pay a one-off lump sum tax (‘stamp duty’) or an annual land tax when purchasing homes under a certain value.
This month, new laws came into effect in NSW to increase transparency around the requirement to have consent from both parties when engaging in sexual acts.
The recent massacre of 19 primary school children and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, and additional shootings in the United States since, has once again fueled debate about gun violence in that country more than ever.
The end of 2021-22 financial year (EoFY) offers some good news for taxpayers, according to a Charles Sturt University expert.
An early childhood education expert has weighed in on the recent announcements of changes to the sector, including an extra year of pre-kindergarten. She says the ideas are good but the correct policies will be needed to implement them.
Australians are the largest annual consumers of protein in the world at 120 kilograms per person per year, though you don’t need to consume that much protein, or purchase expensive cuts, grass fed, or free range versions.
A recent investigation by Human Rights Watch that analysed over 160 educational apps and websites which were used in 49 countries including Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic revealed that four million Australian kids’ privacy may have been breached.
A Charles Sturt academic considers various significant and shameful events that took place in our history and whether institutional maltreatment and racially driven government policies are a thing of the past.