The Brisbane Times /
Dicey Topics: Sandro Demaio talks politics, money and sex

The author and co-host of the ABC’s Ask the Doctor discusses the subjects we're told to keep private.

The Brisbane Times /
Spotlight: Are we raising a generation of scrawlers?

Could handwriting itself be dead within another generation, and does this really matter, given the wealth of writing tools now at our fingertips?

The Brisbane Times /
Is the door too open or too closed when it comes to population?

The population will reach 25 million within three weeks, about nine years earlier than forecast.

The Brisbane Times /
Editorial cartoon

The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of the Fairfax cartoonists.

The Brisbane Times /
Good Weekend Superquiz and Target, Saturday, July 21

Trivia and word buffs: test your knowledge with today's superquiz and Target.

The Brisbane Times /
All aboard the not so magic bus on prolonged route to nowhere

Questions must be asked about the research done to develop the proposed new bus network.

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A wake-up call on housing debt

Australians will have to learn that bidding up the price of each other’s houses is not a long-term formula for wealth.

The Brisbane Times /
1000 revellers at Splendour in the Grass have chlamydia, they just don't know it yet

Tens of thousands of music lovers are converging on Byron Bay this week. Hundred should know by next week whether they have chlamydia.

The Brisbane Times /
Future of Australian unis: bite-sized degrees, online-only students

The future of Australian universities is likely to include bite-sized degrees and online-only programs for international students, the head of UNSW says.

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India's summer heat could soon be unbearable. Literally.

If global greenhouse gas emissions continue at their current pace, scientists say, heat in India could reach a level the human body can't tolerate.

The Age /
How do you talk to a young cancer sufferer about possible death?

When a young person is dying, the hardest talk is worth having. For the first time, guidelines are being developed for doctors on end-of-life ...

The Age /
Target and superquiz, Friday, July 20

Trivia and word buffs: test your knowledge with today's superquiz and Target.

The Age /
University staff to be trained to help sexual assault victims

All university staff would be trained to help sexual assault victims under new guidelines.

The Age /
Common, misdiagnosed, traumatic, taboo: PCOS' hidden costs for women

Scientists struggle to understand it. Doctors struggle to diagnose it, or to even know what to look for. And patients struggle to talk about it.

The Age /
Hope for some must not hide refugee plight

Australian policy comes at the moral cost of imposing indefinite detention on hundreds of innocent people

The Age /
In India, summer heat could soon be unbearable. Literally.

If global greenhouse gas emissions continue at their current pace, scientists say, heat in India could reach a level the human body can't tolerate.

The Brisbane Times /
Joshua is a paraplegic but through VR is experiencing the joys of walking

Joshua suddenly became paralysed last year. He's undergoing rehab, and in the meantime, VR has allowed him to trek Spain's beautiful El Camino trail.

The Brisbane Times /
Three dead after fiery crash south of Canberra

Police say it is "absolutely astounding" a young boy survived a fiery crash south of Canberra that left three people dead.

The Age /
Artist Jimmy was promised a young bride. She was in love, but not with him

Jimmy Nerrimah was renowned around the world for his art. At home, when his young wife turned up dead, it was no surprise police wanted to talk to him.

The Age /
Episode three: The Troopy

Artist Jimmy was promised a young bride. She was in love, but not with him.

The Brisbane Times /
Change of heart? Why Australians could be wasting money on fish oil pills

Australians may be wasting money on fish oil supplements - at least when it comes to heart disease.

The Brisbane Times /
On Russia, take Trump at his (first) word

President Trump's excuse that he "mis-spoke" when he sided with Russia against the US fools no one.

The Brisbane Times /
Australians urged to ask loved ones about suicide thoughts and plans

The nation’s leading mental health bodies announce a major shift in policy on suicide prevention, and it involves talking more candidly about ...

The Brisbane Times /
Target and superquiz, Thursday, July 19

Trivia buffs: test your knowledge with today's interactive superquiz and target.

The Brisbane Times /
High proficiency of English among migrants to Australia

New data shows where permanent migrants are coming from, and their English skills, work status and home ownership statuses.

The Age /
Australia sees the light on energy policy

We have increasing reason to be confident there is cheap, clean, reliable light at the end of this tiresome tunnel.

The Brisbane Times /
A skeleton, a missing person and a wall of silence: ‘We found in a bowerbird nest, human knuckles’

When a young mother’s remains were found under in a tree there were suspicions she had been killed as payback for falling in love with the wrong man.

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