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A new book argues for keeping economies out of severe downturns by using “automatic stabilisers”.
A stoush over media releases underlines the need to protect the ‘referees’ in our democratic processes – sometimes from their own PR staff.
One of my favourite hobbies is to dress like absolute garbage, then tell strangers I like their outfit. It’s amusing to watch them consider the source, caught between flattery and despair.
Sir Richard Branson was all about ‘fake it till you make it’ when he was younger, and while there’s power in saying no to something new, it can also feel like cowardice.
The US and China are at odds and no-one – including Trump and Xi – can tell how it will end.
Communication makes the world go around, which is why it’s important to preserve dying languages.
Not all education makes you a better person: the bizarre lessons some people are taking away from pop culture.
The struggles of an inner-city family development in Melbourne speaks to the problems of increasing inner-city densities.
By keeping Australian waste in Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison is taking a valuable step to slow the degradation of the natural world.