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Government

US still reels from the deadly consequences of 'alternative facts'

As Joe Biden is sworn in as president, the hate and division will swirl for years.

Technology News

Why you may have to buy a new device whether you want to or not

What happens when we can't update our gadgets any further?

COVID-19

How China is controlling the inquiry into COVID's origins

As the WHO team arrives, dissenters continue to be locked up and critics silenced.

Social Networking

Twitter is not censoring Trump. Free speech is not guaranteed

The storming of the US Capitol has led social media platforms to remove Trump's account

COVID-19

Is moving to the country right for you?

The idea of moving to the country has gained momentum through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Health essentials

Physio, chiro, osteo and myo: what’s the difference and which one should I get?

Similar definitions on paper, but they're very different in practice.

Government

It’s time for Australia to be more energy efficient

It's clearly time to kickstart the energy efficiency revolution in Australia.

Health

Five common sunburn myths busted

I can't get sunburnt through glass, shade or in water, right?

COVID-19

Hang in there Australia - we're only halfway through the COVID maratho

The reality is that our COVID controls will be in place for the next nine to 12 months.

Lifestyle

Solar panel fire season is all year round, but getting more intense

In the past five years, solar panel-related fires increased five-fold.

Lifestyle

Tallying the carbon cost of your daily coffee

Many of us couldn't live without coffee, but could the habit be more sustainable?

Lifestyle

Plastic items that kill most whales, dolphins, turtles and seabirds

More than 700 marine species ingest plastic. These items are the biggest killers.

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