The second of our two-part series on geothermal energy investigates whether Australia is attempting to the most of its vast underground potential.
Colleen Ricci To Australians, the Swedish system of Educare, which provides a nationwide network of subsidised preschools for children aged one and above, is mind blowing and enviable.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker Australian managers of the firm that sold Thalidomide to pregnant women in the 1950s and 60s actively covered up concerns it was causing birth defects, according to an explosive statement provided by a company insider.
Julia Medew There are concerns that some doctors' use of fear and humiliation to teach medicine is contributing to high rates of anxiety, depression and burnout among students and undermining patient safety.
Amy Corderoy Researchers have examined how different Facebook updates are linked to personality traits... and discovered we are all basically desperate, vain jerks.
Alexandra Smith Some schools projected to enrol more than twice as many students as they have space for within four years.
John Collett Retirees are being stung with high costs for their allocated pensions, leaving them with less income in retirement.
Julia Medew Women are at least twice as likely to drop out of surgical training programs as men, fuelling concerns the prestigious profession is too patriarchal and in need of a cultural revolution.
Adam Gartrell A new survey will add to the momentum behind a bill to legalise medical marijuana.
Julia Medew A senior surgeon who has been responsible for training junior doctors at Victoria's largest public hospital service has been accused of bullying, triggering multiple investigations into her conduct.