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Challenging Australian workplaces to be more accessible, starting from the top down

While people with disability participate actively in all aspects of Australian life, they are more likely to face challenges t...

Australia’s largest iron ore deposits are 1 billion years younger than we thought

Iron ore is the key ingredient in steel production. One of the fundamental resources for the Australian economy, it contribute...

AI-powered weather and climate models are set to change the future of forecasting

A new system for forecasting weather and predicting future climate uses artificial intelligence (AI) to achieve results compar...

Environmental pollution and human health – how worried should we be?

If not the root of all evil, chemical pollution is surely responsible for a good chunk of it. At least, that’s how it feels so...

The Times

The Productivity Commission wants to axe a key tax break for private school donations – but the government is determined to keep it

Giving is in a tough spot in Australia. A declining proportion of us donate to charities, and fewer of us are registering as formal volunteers than in 2018.However, demand for the work of charities is higher than ever.Charities Minister Andrew Leigh ...

Matthew Wade, Lecturer in Social Inquiry, La Trobe University - avatar Matthew Wade, Lecturer in Social Inquiry, La Trobe University

Joe Biden’s legacy may have been stained had he not stepped aside. How will history view him now?

Will his decision to step aside seal Joe Biden’s legacy as US president? Three weeks ago, Biden suffered a political catastrophe. Biden’s team had been surprised that Donald Trump had agreed to an early presidential debate in late June, a...

Bruce Wolpe, Non-resident Senior Fellow, United States Study Centre, University of Sydney - avatar Bruce Wolpe, Non-resident Senior Fellow, United States Study Centre, University of Sydney

Biden’s withdrawal will place enormous attention on the Democratic convention in August. Here’s what to expect

Joe Biden has announced he will no longer contest the 2024 US presidential election. He has thrown his support instead behind his vice president, Kamala Harris. In most countries, including Australia, such a decision would trigger a meeting of p...

Rodrigo Praino, Professor & Director, Jeff Bleich Centre for Democracy and Disruptive Technologies, Flinders University - avatar Rodrigo Praino, Professor & Director, Jeff Bleich Centre for Democracy and Disruptive Technologies, Flinders University

The Times Features

White rice with side dishes isn’t really ‘traditional’ Japanese food. So where did we get this idea?

Delicious in Dungeon WikiAt first glance, Netflix’s popular Japanese animation Delicious in Dungeon is a strangely food-obsessed dungeon-crawler fantasy tale.Upon a closer look, however, it reveals itself as a stri...

In No Church in the Wild, Murray Middleton shines a light on conflicts that define contemporary Australia

Javier Catano Gonzalez/ShutterstockBefore commencing Murray Middleton’s new novel – the follow-up to his Vogel Award-winning debut When There’s No Where Else to Run (2015) – some readers might be ...

Times Magazine

What Is The Difference Between SDA and SIL?

In Australia, disability accommodation services are governed by specific frameworks and regulations aimed at ensuring the highest standards of care and support for individuals with disabilities.  SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation) and SIL (Supporte...

Business Times

Despite what you’ve read, Jim Chalmers’s wellbeing framework hasn’t been shelved – if anything, it’s been strengthened

Reports in The Australian suggesting Treasurer Jim Chalmers has shelved his budget wellbeing framework, known as Measuring What Matters, are incorrect. The framework is alive and well, and making steady (if slow) progress. Also reported was the Coali...

The Crowdstrike outage showed that risk management is essential. Why are so many businesses reluctant to do it?

In the wake of the widespread chaos we saw on Friday, one old adage perhaps feels even truer now than when it was first coined in the 1960s: To err is human, but to really foul things up you need a computer. As the world continues to assess the fallo...

The Productivity Commission wants to axe a key tax break for private school donations – but the government is determined to keep it

Giving is in a tough spot in Australia. A declining proportion of us donate to charities, and fewer of us are registering as formal volunteers than in 2018.However, demand for the work of charities is higher than ever.Charities Minister Andrew Leigh ...

Times Real Estate

Creative Window Blinds Ideas to Elevate Your Home Decor

Blinds for Windows are common decor for those who live in homes because they provide important functions for controlling light and privacy. But did you know that they can also interestingly style up your space without penetrating your decor optio...

Don’t leave cooking unattended this winter

Victoria’s fire services are reminding the community to pay close attention in the kitchen this winter as cooking remains the leading cause of fires in the home. CFA responded to around 250 fires that started in the kitchen across the state last ...

Protect Your Gold Coast Investment with Reliable Property Management

If you are looking to safeguard your investment property in Gold Coast with reliable management services, we will explore the crucial role that technology plays in modern property management. From using technology for entry condition reports to inte...

Times Lifestyle

Choosing the Perfect Parka: Expert Tips for Beating the Freeze in Style

As the cold weather approaches, the right parka can protect you from the cold while keeping you stylish. Like the choice of a custom letterman jacket, the choice of a custom parka is based on both the aesthetic and practical considerations. In this a...

Wooden Name Trains: A Personalized Gift for Modern Kids

Are you looking for a personalised and at the same time an educational gift for the toddler in your life? Then a wooden name train should be on your shopping list! This unique toy is not only fun to play with but comes with an educational element...

Choosing A Commercial Bar Fridge: Essential Tips For Restaurant Owners 

Your restaurant's bar is the heart of your establishment. It's where customers gather, socialize, and enjoy your carefully crafted drinks. Your commercial bar fridge ensures your beverages are perfectly chilled, ready to delight your guests. A poo...

Holidays & Travel

Awesome Camping Sites - Lake Glenbawn

Located in New South Wales, the Lake Glenbawn Holiday Park is one of Australia’s top outdoor destinations. This picturesque lo...

Get Away Together with Oaks in Melbourne

Travelling to Melbourne for the upcoming event season? Oaks Hotels, Resorts and Suites offers guests a range of accommodatio...

Japan business trip: etiquette expert reveals how to make a good impression

Naturally, when visiting a different country, you’re likely to want to learn a few key common phrases to help you get by. But ...

Cost of living crunch won’t dampen Euro summer travel plans

As the annual European summer holiday season kicks off, new data from instant payout travel insurer PassportCard has revealed ...

Australia’s Most Favoured and Best Frequent Flyer Programs Revealed

A new study by CreditCardCompare.com.au, a leading credit card comparison website, has revealed the best frequent flyer progra...

Apéritif Restaurant: Leading Bali's Shift to a Luxury Destination

Bali, long celebrated as a lush paradise for adventurers and seekers of tranquility alike, is witnessing a transformative shif...