February 17, 2018
Access to medicinal cannabis
Although medicinal cannabis is now legal in Australia, under tight controls, the science of its risks and benefits is still not settled and doctors are reluctant to prescribe it.
Phú Quoc, Vietnam
Vietnam’s efforts to attract tourists to its rapidly multiplying resorts on Phú Quoc, in the Gulf of Thailand, risk making the island a victim of its own success.
February 10, 2018
While there is growing support for teaching children about physical intimacy and consent, some educators want it discussed at school, while others think it best left to parents.
Rye and Camp Cove Swim
Swimwear labels Rye and Camp Cove Swim are taking their memories of Australian beachside holidays to the world, adding modern techniques to nostalgic design.
February 3, 2018
Shanghai’s Long Museum West Bund
The galleries of billionaire art collector Liu Yiqian’s Long Museum West Bund, in Shanghai, are presented with a chic industrial grandeur, but some of the rough edges are unintentional.
Rewards and fitness apps
Businesses have introduced reward schemes into health and fitness apps, even in the form of charity donations, but can such programs promote lasting lifestyle changes?
January 27, 2018
Nat Randall’s The Second Woman
Nat Randall’s 24-hour performance of a single scene based on the film Opening Night, over and over, becomes a study in the excesses of male ego.
Norway’s Future Library
Outside Oslo, a forest has been planted that in a hundred years will provide the paper for an anthology of renowned writers’ work, which will remain unread until then.
December 23, 2017
Pets in the garden
Sharing a garden with an animal companion can bring additional joy to the life outdoors. But thought must go into pet-friendly plantings.
Horne Prize: The Limit of the World
The 2017 Horne Prize was awarded to this searching piece on caring for a father with dementia.
December 15, 2017
Virtual reality and dementia
Using gaming technology to transport carers and family members into the mind of a dementia patient is revolutionising understanding of this debilitating degenerative condition.
December 16, 2017
As a regular visitor to Rome, the author finds the gloss taken off her romantic notions of the city by the discovery of a relative’s brutal wartime death at the hands of the SS and local Fascists.
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