The Australian Hotels Association of South Australia claims poker machine reforms proposed by Nick Xenophon's SA Best party would wipe out 'many of the 26,000' jobs in the hotel industry. Is that right? Fabrizio Carmignani examines the claim.
Our energy system puts consumers more or less at the mercy of business and regulators, but what if the future of energy meant putting the power back in the hands of households? A team working on a battery trial in Tasmania questions SA Labor's "virtual power plant" concept.
The launch of Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy rocket is undoubtedly a spectacular feat of engineering - but the release of a sports car into orbit also says something about our values as human beings, writes Flinders University's Alice Gorman.
A draconian Federal Government bill, if passed, would further erode press freedom in Australia and risk handing victory to the terrorists, writes Johan Lidberg.
Despite persistent buzz, the falling cost of electric cars isn't enough to guarantee sales in Australia, argue Graciela Metternicht and Gail Broadbent.
Getting enough sleep can help our memory, waistline and our performance at work. Researchers Amy Reynolds, Doug McEvoy, Robert Adams and Sally Ferguson explain.
More things go wrong in hospitals in January. The Grattan Institute's Stephen Duckett and Greg Moran explain why.