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Politics & Society

‘If there are two tigers in one cave then what happens?’

Pita Limjaroenrat may have won Thailand’s elections, but he isn’t Prime Minister. He says he’s still hopeful his country will become a true democracy, without the military in government

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Pill testing is the right choice

The Victorian government’s decision to introduce drug testing demonstrates it takes its duty to prevent harm seriously

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Big tech and porn platforms are the real perpetrators behind 'sickening' deepfakes

The AI-generated child sexual abuse deepfakes at a Melbourne school were created by a teenage boy, but we can’t ignore the real perpetrators

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Is K-Pop going K-aput?

The Korean Wave is a global phenomenon, but there’s a dark side to South Korea’s soft-power strategy that we need to talk about

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Solving the mystery of the four-headed echidna penis

Scientists have for the first time detailed the anatomy and workings of the short-beaked echidna penis, demonstrating its innovative evolution

Sorry, those blue-blocking lenses probably won’t help your digital eye strain

Eye strain from extended screen time is a growing problem, but evidence suggests that blue light is not the cause, and blue-blockers are not the solution

Why is there a shortage of oestrogen patches in Australia… again?

Many people rely on hormone replacement therapy during menopause or gender-affirming hormone therapy – but the recurring national shortages of patches look set to continue


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