Science & Medical

Discrimination is inevitable for people living with dementia

Dementia Australia
Monday 20 September 2021 Recent research conducted by Dementia Australia has identified that discrimination against people living with dementia is real and so entrenched that even those at risk......
Policy & Politics

House Economics to grill ANZ and CBA

Department of the House of Representatives
'We need banks to fuel the economic engine of recovery and back households and small business', said Chair of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics, Tim Wilson MP, in the......
Transport & Logistics

Flying cars could soon be ready for take off

UNSW
Look up in the sky, it's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a flying car! While the idea of hovering motor vehicles might once have been considered farfetched, it's certainly not the case......
People & Society

Aboriginal students among CDU honorees at NT Training Awards

Charles Darwin University
An Aboriginal health researcher who wants to contribute to the wellbeing of his people is one of the Charles Darwin University (CDU) students and teachers honoured at this year's Northern Territory......
Industry & Trade

Paving the way for Covid recovery in the city centre

City of Sydney
The first section of the George Street South pedestrian boulevard was unveiled today by the City of Sydney, creating wider footpaths for people walking and new spaces for businesses to......