The country’s notorious ‘gaokao’ college entrance exam is being reformed, but experts say it still has a long way to go.
The town of East Fremantle is in shock as the Royal George Hotel could have a 21-storey tower built directly behind it.
Women who diet after childbirth are less happy with their weight loss than those who eat intuitively, a new study has found.
Experts say boredom can inspire free play and build resilience.
Income managing those who test positive will marginalise people, National Drug Research Institute director says.
Harvested areas are sustainably managed to produce timber as well as protect WA’s plants and animals, the Minister says.
Residents have complained about the rules regarding verges but are they impractical or protecting our future?
Sharing mental health stories online can fuel a lack of self-worth and self-identity, according to cyber safety experts.
The 2018 Shanghai study tour series continues with a look at the shifting nature of China’s payment habits, away from cash and onto social media.
Petition to have medication subsidised hits 78,000 signatures, as advocates argue women are stuck in an expensive cycle of pain.
China’s complex relationship with its queer community is explored in this story from the Shanghai 2018 study tour series.
Overloaded, stigmatised, understaffed? China faces the issues in its mental healthcare system, in a story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour.
Changing ideas about love and marriage are explored in the latest story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour series.
The first story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour charts the growth of #MeToo in a country where speaking out about sexual harassment is rare.
With cyberbullying steadily increasing, experts say parents need to model values of empathy and respect at home.
A soon to be released male non-hormonal pill raises questions about existing contraception methods.
The upcoming Uni Goonies Film Festival aims to encourage more students to pursue a career in film.