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View from The Hill: Should Labor jump to new generation leader - and Morrison steal some Shorten policies?

By Michelle Grattan

Scott Morrisons spectacular win, against all expectations, is attributable to a potent mix of his strengths and Labors weaknesses. Morrison, it turns out, was made in some political heaven where they forge ideal...

Minor parties perform well in federal election and reconfirm the power of preference deals

By Chris Salisbury

This was an election brimming with surprises and shocks. An unexpected Coalition victory, and the inaccuracy of opinion poll predictions, have many scratching their heads in the post-election wash-up. What didnt defy...

Eurovision shock: is ironic appreciation unnecessary as slick singing styles reign?

By Matthew Sini

This years Eurovision Song Contest was perhaps the most controversial in its more than half a century history. Held in Tel Aviv, calls for boycotts rang out on social media and elsewhere because of Israels treatment of...

Ramadan: how a new generation of British Muslims are becoming more green

By Barylo Barylo

Muslims worldwide are about to enter the second half of Ramadan, a month widely known to the public as one for fasting. However, growing concerns around the environmental crisis and social struggles across the globe have...

South Africans don't trust companies to protect their data privacy

By Adele Da Veiga

Consumers expect that organisations will respect their privacy. For instance, when you buy something online, you take it for granted that your bank details will be kept secure. Or if you provide your identity number at a...

What's behind the belief in a soulmate?

By Bradley Onishi

The United States appears to be in a romantic slump. Marriage rates have plummeted over the last decade. And compared to previous generations, young single people today are perhaps spending more time on social media than...

How Japan's renewables-powered Olympics could kick off a global race for clean energy

By Niki J.P. Alsford

Japan is aiming to host the first Olympic Games powered solely by renewable sources. If successful, this could help the country carve a new niche in the global order as a champion of climate action and environmental...

South Africa has a new presidential advisory unit. Will it improve policy?

By Alan Hirsch

South Africas President Cyril Ramaphosa is establishing a unit in the presidency which he hopes will improve policy development and coordination. This is an important initiative designed to help him address the huge...

You are what you vote: the social and demographic factors that influence your vote

By Rob J Hyndman Et Al

Australia has changed in many ways over the past two decades. Rising house prices, country-wide improvements in education, an ageing population, and a decline in religious affiliation, are just some of the ways it has...

Australians disagree on how important climate change is: poll

By Michelle Baddeley Et Al

Climate change, the environment and energy policy are all key issues in this election campaign, fuelled by compelling evidence of our accelerating impact on the environment and climate. While voters agree more than you...

Babies and toddlers are living with their mums in prison. We need to look after them better

By Jane Rosemary Walker Et Al

Women are going to prison at a higher rate than ever in Australia. Our tough sentencing policies sent women to prison at twice the rate of England and Wales in 2018. At least one in two imprisoned women in Australia has...

Rape myths like 'stranger danger' challenged by global drug survey

By Alex Aldridge Et Al

Many of the beliefs people hold about rape are downright wrong. For example, women are often told they can avoid sexual assault by monitoring how much alcohol they drink on a night out. Dont leave your drink unattended and...

Could the solution to osteoporosis be in the bile?

By Laura Alejandra Velazquez Villegas

Osteoporosis is a degenerative disease where the bone density and quality are reduced. This disease is associated with substantial pain and disability leading to devastating long-term physical and psychological...

Is Trump’s trade war saving American jobs – or killing them?

By Jeffrey Kucik

With the U.S.-China trade war intensifying, there is a lot of talk about whether tariffs save American jobs as President Donald Trump claims or destroy them. On May 14, for example, Trump said his tariffs helped save...

Interactive: Everything you need to know about Adani – from cost, environmental impact and jobs to its possible future

By Madeleine De Gabriele Et Al

Its a 50km long patch in the middle of Queensland thats causing a lot of trouble, but many people couldnt even point it out on a map. Queensland Government - Coordinated Projects Map The Adani Carmichael coal mine has...

The secret history of News Corp: a media empire built on spreading propaganda

By Sally Young

News Corp must have been startled to find itself becoming one of the major issues in this election campaign. But this is just another sign that, in recent years, the companys ability to read the public mood has gone wildly...

Real estate agents targeting tenants is the lowest of the low blows during election 2019

By Danielle Wood

The lowest blow of this election campaign may have come from a firm of real estate agents that abused its position of trust to scare renters about Labors proposed negative gearing changes. If you are one of those...

Cutting penalty rates was supposed to create jobs. It hasn't, and here's why not

By Martin O'Brien

After three years of submissions, hearings and deliberations, Australias workplace relations umpire, the Fair Work Commission, decided in 2017 to decrease the penalty rates paid to retail and hospitality workers on the...

The Murujuga Mermaid: how rock art in WA sheds light on historic encounters of Australian exploration

By Alistair Paterson Et Al

It is understandable that Captain Cook is a trigger for debates about our national identity and history. However, we often risk being blinded by the legacy of Cook. Around the continent, early encounters with outsiders...

So you're thinking of going into a nursing home? Here's what you'll have to pay for

By Laura Davy

This week at the aged care royal commission hearings, the CEOs of three aged care providers called for a change in the way residential aged care is funded to improve the quality of care. This followed a plea from Aged...

Plastic warms the planet twice as much as aviation – here's how to make it climate-friendly

By Laurie Wright

Were all too aware of the consequences of plastics in the oceans and on land. However, beyond the visible pollution of our once pristine habitats, plastics are having a grave impact on the climate too. Newly published...

Trophy hunting in Africa: the case for viable, sustainable alternatives

By Muchazondida Mkono

For decades, the public has been fed the myth that trophy hunting is absolutely necessary for sustainable conservation in Africa. Some sections of the academy, as well as the hunting lobby, continue to argue that banning...

UK military amnesty for historic prosecutions could breach international human rights law

By Alan Greene

The UKs new defence secretary, Penny Mordaunt, has been quick to stamp her authority on the office by announcing plans to introduce an amnesty on historical prosecutions for UK military veterans. She has also announced her...

Why scientists alone can't solve the antibiotic resistance crisis, we need economists too

By Laurence Roope Et Al

Driven by widespread antibiotic use, bacterial infections are becoming increasingly resistant to treatment, and the pipeline for new antibiotics is running dry. Recent reports estimate that, without action, by 2050...

Is a war coming between the US and Iran?

By Scott Lucas

You cant say the world wasnt warned. In February, US National Security Adviser John Bolton a leading proponent of the disastrous 2003 Iraq War sent a video message to Irans supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, 40...

Debate: How financial initiatives that tackle global warming can make a real impact

By Céline Louche Et Al

Awareness and concern over climate change and its impacts has risen sharply in recent years. According to a December 2018 survey by Yale University, 73 percent of Americans now say that global warming is real, up 10...

Front-of-pack nutrition labels: 'The parmesan and prosciutto war'

By Serge Hercberg Et Al

In a May 6 press release, the Italian government openly criticised an upcoming report of the World Health Organisation (WHO) intended to provide guiding principles and a framework for front-of-pack nutrition labelling in...

The sounds of orgasms: A study on the sex life of rats informs human sexual behaviour

By Gonzalo R. Quintana Zunino Et Al

Rats have similar physiological reactions to humans when it comes to sex, and perhaps also to orgasm. In fact, a good deal of what we know about what happens in our brains during orgasm comes from the laboratory...

We're developing the world's first vaccine suitable for humans and livestock

By Warimwe Warimwe

If ever there were proof that humans are animals too, its in the diseases that we share with other species. From rabies and Zika to Ebola and bird flu, many deadly diseases around the world can pass between animals and...

Uber drivers strike: Organizing labour in the gig economy

By Arvind Magesan

In recent weeks, Uber is alleged to have lowered wages and raised prices to gain the favour of capital markets ahead of its May 9 Initial Public Offering (IPO), the largest one in years. This alleged change to fee...

The Green New Deal is going global

By Kyla Tienhaara

Its the third period of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup playoffs and were trailing, badly. Its time to pull the goalie and send out the top forward line. We dont know if we can actually win, but were going to give it everything...

How the major parties stack up on industrial relations policy

By Sarah Kaine Et Al

Today we kick off a four-part election series on wages, industrial relations, Labor and the union movement ahead of the 2019 federal election. You can read an analysis of Labors living wage policy here. Industrial...

What are the major parties promising on health this election?

By Stephen Duckett

The major parties manifestos for the 2019 federal election present voters with starkly contrasting health policies. These policies are shaped and constrained by the overall themes presented by the party leaders, but have...

On rate-cut Tuesday, here are four reasons why the Reserve Bank shouldn't jump

By Mark Crosby

Every first Tuesday of every month but January the Reserve Bank Board meets to decide whether to adjust interest rates. It announces its decision at 2.30 pm eastern time. It ought to be an easy decision. Officially, the...

El Niño has rapidly become stronger and stranger, according to coral records

By Mandy Freund Et Al

The pattern of El Niño has changed dramatically in recent years, according to the first seasonal record distinguishing different types of El Niño events over the last 400 years. A new category of El...

Move away from a car-dominated city looks radical but it's a sensible plan for a liveable future

By Hussein Dia

More shared spaces, safer streets and fewer cars in the city are all part of a newly released ten-year plan by the City of Melbourne. This evening, Town Hall will consider the ambitious draft transport strategy that would...

Inside the story: The Merger - a sports film as a vehicle for social change

By Craig Batty

Why do we tell stories, and how are they crafted? In a new series, we unpick the work of the writer on both page and screen. Set against the political backdrop of Australias refugee policy and the racism it generates,...

Apocalypse Now turns 40: rediscovering the genesis of a film classic

By Alfio Leotta

The ocean rushes below as suddenly the LOUDSPEAKERS BLARE out Wagners Ride of the Valkyries. So reads the screenplay for the 1979 war movie Apocalypse Now. It describes the sequence in which a squadron of American...

Game of Thrones: teasing hints from Welsh language and legends have been hiding in plain sight

By David Callander Et Al

The events of medieval Britain were a major source of inspiration for the world of Westeros in Game of Thrones. The Wall in the North, for example, was inspired by Hadrians Wall and massacres like the Red Wedding have...

Local radio is plugging gaps in South Africa's mainstream media coverage

By Franz Krüger

Beyond the choreographed photo opportunities and big rallies, there is a local dimension to South Africas election campaign that is going largely unnoticed by the national media. As a result, important insights into...

How Sudan's economic crisis had a role in protests that toppled al-Bashir

By Peter Robert Woodward

The trigger for the demonstrations that brought the downfall of President Omar al-Bashir in April was the trebling of the price of bread last December. It came after a major devaluation of the Sudanese pound in an effort...

State of the states: more preference deals as pre-polling begins

By Chris Aulich Et Al

Our state of the states series takes stock of the key issues, seats and policies affecting the vote in each of Australias states. Well check in with our expert political analysts around the country every week of the...

Addressing food insecurity in the digital age

By Laxmi Pant

In the search for food whether through foraging, hunting or agriculture we are constantly at war with nature. In addition, food is distributed unequally: over 800 million people experience hunger while two billion are...

Why is peace failing in the Philippines?

By Lesley Ann Daniels

With the defeat of the Islamic State in Syria, ISIS fighters are exporting their combat to other parts of the world. One of the places theyre eyeing with interest is the Mindanao region in the southern part of the...

How to increase train use by up to 35% with one simple trick

By David Levinson Et Al

Train riders have to get to stations somehow. This is often referred to as the first mile or last mile problem. There are many technical solutions to help travellers get from home to the station and back, ranging from cars...

How hard is it to say 'no' to drugs?

By Kathryn Daley

I Need to Know is an ongoing series for teens in search of reliable, confidential advice about lifes tricky questions. If youre a teen, send us your questions about sex, drugs, health and relationships and well ask an...

We need to treat borderline personality disorder for what it really is – a response to trauma

By Patrick Walker Et Al

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a highly stigmatised and misunderstood condition. Australians with BPD face considerable barriers to accessing high-quality and affordable care, according to new research published...

Networked hatred - new technology and the rise of the right

By Mark Davis

This is an edited extract of an essay in The New Disruptors, the 64th edition of Griffith Review. Every era is defined by its sustaining myths. Among ours is surely disruption. The book that seeded the mythology,...

A guide to ensure everyone plays by the same military rules in space: the Woomera Manual

By Dale Stephens Et Al

The anti-satellite missile test carried out by India last month was a display of military capability. It told the world that India like China, the United States and Russia before it was now capable of high precision...

Pacific countries score well in media freedom index, but reality is far worse

By David Robie

When Pacific countries reflect on the state of their media today, marking World Press Freedom Day, they know the reality is much worse than the ticks they got from a global media freedom watchdog last month. Five of the...

The circular economy: Four million business models and counting

Many ideas for the design of business models for the circular economy have been put forward. Some are based on case studies, others derived from theory. But why is it so difficult to provide a comprehensive overview of...

U.S. Treasury yields flat in muted trading ahead of FOMC Chair Powell’s speech

12:50 PM| Commentary Economy

The U.S. Treasury yields remained flat during Mondays afternoon session, ahead of the Federal Open Market Committees (FOMC) Chairman Jerome Powells speech at the Atlanta Fed Financial Markets Conference, scheduled to be...

FxWirePro: S&P 500 Q1 earnings update

12:06 PM| Commentary

So far, 92 percent of the companies in the SP 500 have reported their Q1 earnings. Lets take a look at the key takeaways, Earnings: So far, 76 percent of the companies that reported actual results, reported better...

Latest Commitment of Traders positions (FX) as at May 14th 2019

11:42 AM| Commentary

CFTC commitment of traders report was released on Friday (17th May) and cover positions up to Tuesday (14th May). The COT report is not a complete presenter of entire market positions since the future market is relatively...

Latest Commitment of Traders positions (Commodities) as of May 14th 2019

11:12 AM| Commentary

CFTC commitment of traders report was released on Friday (17th May) and cover positions up to Tuesday (14th May). The COT report is not a complete presenter of entire market positions; however, it represents a good chunk...

German bunds flat in muted trading ahead of ECB President Draghi’s speech, Q1 GDP data

11:09 AM| Commentary Economy

The German bunds remained flat during European trading session Monday ahead of a speech by European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi, scheduled to be held on May 22 by 07:30GMT and the countrys gross domestic...

Fundamentals to watch out for this week

08:42 AM| Commentary

In terms of volatility risks, this week is light with the focus on election outcomes n Indonesia, India, and the European Union, What to watch for over the coming days: Central Banks: Federal Reserve chair...

UK growth likely to slow to 1.1 pct this year, to pick up to 1.5 pct in 2020: Schroders

08:29 AM| Commentary Economy

The United Kingdoms economic growth is expected to slow to 1.1 percent this year from 1.4 percent in 2018. Assuming that a Brexit deal with the EU passes parliament ahead of a transition period that preserves the status...

Fed Hike aftermath Series: Hike probabilities over coming meetings

07:51 AM| Commentary Central Banks

FOMC followed through its promise and hiked rates four times in 2018 and forecasted two more rate hikes for 2019. Current Federal funds rate - 225-250 bps (Note, all calculations are based on data as of 13th...

Bank Indonesia likely to be patient and make its move only in the second half of this year, says ANZ Research

07:37 AM| Commentary Central Banks Economy

Bank Indonesia (BI) is expected to be patient and make its move only in the second half of this year, after unsurprisingly keeping its 7-day reverse repo rate unchanged at 6.00 percent at its monetary policy meeting, held...

Top Stories

European elections guide: how to vote if you support Brexit

By Chris Stafford - 22:31 PM| Insights & Views

The European Elections werent supposed to involve the UK. But the UK is still a member of the EU, having failed to agree a Brexit deal, so it is obliged to hold elections for the European Parliament. Excluding the...

Digital Currency Revolution Series: Crypto-Custodians Seeks Contemporary Integrations

12:07 PM| Research & Analysis Digital Currency Insights & Views Commentary

Fidelity Investments digital assets solution branch (Fidelity Digital Assets) has already announced that its Bitcoin custody service has gone live with a select elite category of clients, earlier today on their official...

We've declared a climate emergency – here's what universal basic income could do to help the planet

By Mark Maslin Et Al - 22:28 PM| Insights & Views Nature

Governments around the world are declaring climate and environmental emergencies to highlight the unsustainable ways in which humans, over a few generations, have transformed the planet. Weve made enough concrete to...

Tears and rage – the rise of the emotional release industry

By Leighanne Higgins Et Al - 22:22 PM| Insights & Views Health

When Ariana Grande cried on stage recently, following her performance of an emotionally laden song, she later took to Twitter to apologise and thanked her fans for accepting her humaneness. Producing emotional tears is a...

States – not just Congress – should unlock student financial aid for people in prison

By Bradley D. Custer - 22:27 PM| Insights & Views Politics

When it comes to higher education in prison, much of the media and advocacy focus is on trying to get Congress to lift a longstanding ban on giving Pell Grants to people serving time. While a bipartisan effort to...

Viruses to stop cholera infections – the viral enemy of deadly bacteria could be humanity's friend

By Andrew Camilli Et Al - 22:33 PM| Insights & Views Health

In the latest of a string of high-profile cases in the U.S., a cocktail of bacteria-killing viruses successfully treated a cystic fibrosis patient suffering from a deadly infection caused by a pathogen that was resistant...

The US could have ended up with a British-style health care system: Here is why it didn’t

By Simon F. Haeder - 22:33 PM| Insights & Views Health

The role of government in the U.S. health care system has been contentious long before the recent emergence of Medicare-For-All proposals among Democratic presidential candidates. Advocates of so-called free-market health...

Hydropower dams can harm coastal areas far downstream

By Paula Ezcurra Et Al - 22:34 PM| Insights & Views Technology

Thousands of hydroelectric dams are under construction around the world, mainly in developing countries. These enormous structures are one of the worlds largest sources of renewable energy, but they also cause...

Why letting the IRS decide the future of news is a bad idea

By Magda Konieczna - 22:35 PM| Insights & Views Business

After nearly 150 years in business as a business The Salt Lake Tribune wants to become a nonprofit. But first its owner must get approval from the Internal Revenue Service. The federal agency in charge of collecting...

Why is the Pentagon interested in UFOs?

By Iain Boyd - 22:35 PM| Insights & Views Science

U.S. Navy pilots and sailors wont be considered crazy for reporting unidentified flying objects, under new rules meant to encourage them to keep track of what they see. Yet just a few years ago, the Pentagon reportedly...

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Economy

USD/HKD spot likely to hover around 7.85 in run-up to G-20 Osaka Summit, with rising upside risks: Scotiabank

The USD/HKD currency spot is expected to hover around 7.85 in the run-up to the G-20 Osaka Summit, with rising upside risks to USD/HKD forwards. If risk sentiment improves, USD/HKD will slide in response as HKMA aggregate...

Australian bonds sink on never-ending U.S.-China trade war issues; 10-year yield hits fresh record low

Australian government bonds sunk during Asian trading session Thursday as U.S.-China trade worries remained at the fore with news that the U.S. was considering more Chinese tech firms would be added to the blacklist. As...

UK gilts jump after April consumer price inflation disappoints; retail sales data in focus

The United Kingdoms gilts jumped during European session Wednesday following disappointment among investors as the countrys consumer price inflation (CPI) missed market expectations, albeit better than the previous reading...

FxWirePro: Why Fed not worried about China selling U.S. treasuries to counter trade war?

Speaking at Foreign Correspondents Club (FCC), St. Louis Fed President James Bullard talking on Sino-American trade negotiations suggested that China, which is the biggest foreign holder of U.S. Treasuries, it chooses to...

German bunds maintain steady trade ahead of Q1 GDP data, May manufacturing PMI

The German bunds maintained a steady movement during European trading session Wednesday amid a muted trading session that witnessed data of little economic significance. However, investors will be keeping an eye on the...

Politics

Donald Trump Tax Returns: Democratic-led House Committee Gets 'Help' From Federal Judge, NY Senate in Financial Records Subpoena

A federal judge decision and a potentially game-changing New York state law are not helping United States President Donald Trump from keeping his tax returns from being scrutinized in a Congress investigation. POTUS then...

Melania Trump Body Language: She Looks 'Uncomfortable' in Recent Photos vs. 2016 Campaign Picture, Expert Says

United States President Donald Trump has an apparent habit of starting a tweetstorm in the middle of the night or too early in the morning. First Lady Melania Trump, on the other hand, has a completely different approach...

Vladimir Putin Girlfriend Rumors: Who Is Alina Kabaeva? Did She Just Gave Birth to Russian President’s Twin Boys?

Vladimir Putin is one of the most controversial state leaders for various reasons, including his policies deemed to be anti-LGBT and derailing freedom of speech. But the Russian president is also making headlines for his...

Vladimir Putin: Does the Russian President Watch 'Game of Thrones'?

Game of Thrones will officially close its curtains after its final episode on Sunday, May 19. Is Russian President Vladimir Putin one of the people who would be tuning in to see who sits on the Iron Throne? The question...

Donald Trump Net Worth: U.S. President’s Favorite Mar-a-Lago Resort Earned Less in 2018

Donald Trump may no longer be actively taking care of his businesses but it still earns him a sizeable amount of money every year. However, his latest annual financial report showed that his favorite getaway destination,...

Science

Cancer Cure Found in Ancient Fish? Study Leans on to Parasitic Eel-Like Fish for Better Brain Cancer Treatment

Scientists around the world have various strategies finding the potential cancer cure or come up with a much better treatment regimen to help patients live longer. Researchers from Wisconsin and Texas recently published a...

HIV/AIDS Cure News: 50,000 Individuals Consume ‘Miracle Cure’ That’s Really Industrial Bleach Distributed in Uganda by US Pastor

Around 50,000 people in Uganda were allegedly convinced by an American pastor to consume a so-called miracle cure for HIV/AIDS. The problem is the said substance was already flagged down by the United States Food and Drug...

HIV/AIDS Cure 2019: Scientists May Have Found a Way to End HIV Transmission

Apart from finding a complete cure for HIV/AIDS, another important aspect of tackling the epidemic is looking for an effective way to stop its transmission. Scientists may have made a great discovery in that area. A...

Cancer Cure 2019: Researchers Focus on Helping Patients Live Longer

The world has yet to find a complete cure for cancer. But scientists are continuously working in developing and improving treatment strategies. A leading research institute for cancer recently announced a new and...

Cancer Cure 2019: Potentially Effective Vaccine Can Teach Immune System to Heal Tumors

Finding the cure for cancer also requires scientists and researchers to find various strategies on how to heal or destroy cancer cells and tumors. A recently published study offers an interesting approach as it revealed...

Technology

Bitcoin Latest News, Update: Leading Cryptocurrency Expected to Reach $10,000 But Not Before Price Correction Occurs

Bitcoin has been experiencing an upward trend in recent months, with the bulls finally getting the upper hand after the bears imposed their will on a rather prolonged note. As of this writing, the leading cryptocurrency is...

Torrent News: Tens of Millions of Pirated Downloads and Streaming Beefs Up 'Game of Thrones' Season 8 Viewership

For the past eight years, Game of Thrones has been one of the most talked-about TV shows around the world. On Sunday, the final episode of season 8 was released that also marked the ultimate end to the original series....

iPhone 11 Release Date, Specs, Features: Is Touch ID Returning Through an In-Display Fingerprint Reader?

When Apple introduced the Face ID feature in 2017, most tech fans thought it also served as a permanent replacement for the Touch ID. But recent reports have it that the latter could make a comeback this year once iPhone...

‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Latest News: Title Deemed Highest-Selling Game in April; Battle Mechanics Major Factor for Success

Mortal Kombat 11 has now been deemed as the highest-selling title last month, based on data collected by market analyst NPD Group between April 7 and May 4. Along with Fortnite, the violent fighting game pushed digital...

‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ DLC Update, New Characters: Is Janemba Going to be Point or Anchor?

Last week, Microsofts Major Nelson accidentally leaked that Janemba will be the final character of Dragon Ball FighterZ latest DLC content. The gaffe happened during a segment of This Week on Xbox, specifically at the 3:10...
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