A FUNNY REVIEW OF 'DUNE' IF YOU POSSESS some degree of historical awareness in 2021, it is hard not to recognize the influence of extractive colonialism everywhere you look. But you’d really have to be blind not to see it in Dune, the most recent cinematic interpretation of Frank Herbert’s classic 1965
How to survive a venomous snakebite — from a professional who's been bitten before. "AM I GOING to die?" It's a question you ask yourself after being bitten by a venomous snake. It's a question I've asked myself once. My husband, Chris Hay, has asked himself four times. Deaths from snakebite rarely occur in Australia
... and pursuing better work-life balance. WHEN MY MANAGER recently let me know my position was being made redundant under a sweeping new organisational restructure I felt a mix of emotions — gratitude for the time I'd worked there, sadness for the work colleagues I would miss, a tinge of insecurity about
By Lisa Leong with Monique Ross and Maria Tickle for This Working Life HAS THE PANDEMIC made you rethink your career or deeply question the role of work in your life? If so, you're not alone. In the US, COVID-19 has led to what’s been dubbed the Great Resignation: millions of people, from frontline workers to senior executives, voluntarily
Here’s where you’ll find it and what else you’ll see WE'RE TALKING ABOUT vaccines more than ever in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, debating the benefits of one manufacturer over another and sharing post-jab selfies, but do you know what else you’re vaccinated against? Most of us wouldn’t have had a
SKIN CARE can be a convoluted puzzle. Between the myriad of ingredients, the marketing and the volume of choice, there's a lot to consider. But if it's anti-ageing treatments you're after, there's one ingredient many dermatologists call "the gold standard": retinoids. "The way I personally think of it is that it's like a hierarchy,"
At [last weekend's] press conference, the Premier declared she would face the cameras again "when I feel I need to be accountable". Four minutes later, the press conference was cut short and Gladys Berejiklian left. The questioning had strayed from COVID-19 into whether the Premier had been asked to give evidence to the
April* is one of thousands. A “hidden face of the pandemic”, she calls it. One of a small army working around the clock across Australia to ensure the COVID-19 healthcare cogs keep rolling. April is a hospital pathologist, one of the healthcare workers ensuring COVID-19 tests are collected and assessed — a critical role in Australia’s ongoing protection against COVID-19. IMAGE: Laboratory