The richest land on Earth writes Aboriginal people out of history and pushes them to the margins. Like South Africa 30 years ago The corridors of the Australian parliament are so white you squint. The
Over 600,000 bats were killed by wind energy turbines across the United States last year, with the highest concentration of kills in the Appalachian Mountains, according to new research. In a paper published
Is getting the spade out good for the heart? Pottering around the garden or fixing up the house has been linked to a longer life in a study of people over the age of 60. Older people can struggle to exercise
Lasers could prove to be the key in eliminating brain diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. New findings from researchers at Chalmers University of Technology and the Polish Wroclaw University of
Hundreds of Bolivians had human skulls blessed at a chapel in La Paz in an annual ceremony on Friday that mixes traditional Andean ancestor worship with Roman Catholic customs. The skulls, called "natitas"
Catwalk fashion is often barmy, but to consider it unwearable may be missing the point. Art/Fashion in the 21st Century, a new book by Mitchell Oakley Smith and Alison Kubler, explores how collaborations
Gerda Taro was the first female photojournalist to die in battle. On 25 July 1937, she was shooting on the front line of the Spanish civil war alongside her then partner, fellow photographer Ted Allan.