Australian and international experts urge rethink of a world-first deal embedding Confucius Institute classrooms inside the New South Wales education department. Report by Louisa Lim and Anders Furze.
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She was still his student, just finishing her VCE exams, the first time teacher Gregory Gorton asked Jane McNaughton out for a drink. She didn't take him up on it. He wasn't deterred, just turned his sights elsewhere.
The Aboriginal activist and academic says the otherwise progressive The Saturday Paper, Quarterly Essay and The Monthly are "masquerading as friends" of Indigenous Australia.
Update Monday 20 November: Richard Wolstencroft announced this morning that he is stepping down from his post as the director of the Melbourne Underground Film Festival. He made the announcement in a post apologising for his comments.
The annual New News journalism conference has kicked off in Melbourne, with a headline session of leading Australian journalists reflecting on the highs and lows of 2017. Nicholas Nakos reports.
The University of New South Wales says it has conducted due diligence and concerns about research being used for military purposes are drawing 'a very long bow'.
Who's who in the voluntary euthanasia debate
Perinatal anxiety and depression can be deeply damaging - even fatal. A new email resource provides pregnant women and new mums with expert emotional support throughout the rollercoaster of the maternal journey.
Continuing our Citizen series investigating the future of work. Anders Furze seeks out answers to your questions about jobs, opportunities and challenges in the fast-changing workplace.
Welcome to our new Citizen series on the future of work. Anders Furze seeks out answers to your questions about jobs, opportunities and challenges in the fast-changing workplace.
A decade after the first iPhone, its eighth incarnation is about to be revealed. But there are clues consumers are wearying of the churn-and-burn tech economy.
EXPLAINER: The long, cold winter may be retreating in memory, but the pain of epic gas bills lingers for households, businesses and industry. Why the blowout?
Last month, Citizen journalist Anders Furze wrote of how the same sex marriage survey had radicalised him. Today, he partied.
Anders Furze was gay before the same sex marriage survey kicked off. But now, he's positively queer.