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Can't keep your legs still? Doctors say restless leg syndrome is increasing among women. We look at why.
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Wade remembers when he first arrived from Canada to live in Australia and encountered his first snake.
Long hours spent getting to work are hours we don’t get to spend with friends and family or even just having downtime. So what are the solutions to this problem?
It's rare we see behind the glib patter and the sleight of hand of a magician. There's around 50 professional magicians working in Australia, and Michael Mackenzie takes you into the world of two.
Journalist Jess Hill investigates what we know about what causes domestic violence, and what can be done about it.
A new study suggests Australian and international tourists have 'reef grief' over the impact of coral bleaching events on the Great Barrier Reef.
Some people join sporting groups to connect with their community, while others will volunteer. But have you ever considered singing in a choir?
Do you think incentives only exist in the workplace? It turns out they're everywhere, and some work better than others.
The latest Naplan results show an achievement gap between country and city students, particularly for those in year 12. What could help level the playing field?
Unmasking the real history of identifying our flora and fauna, teaching teens to say sorry and mean it, proudly going naked for art when you're over 50, and finding out what it really means to be food critic.