A Turnbull government move to slash industrial chemical regulation could create "toxic chemical disasters", critics have warned.
Andrew Taylor A reduction in work would make us happier, healthier and more productive, according to Dutch historian and writer Rutger Bregman.
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Andrew Taylor New data suggests landlords favour Airbnb-type rentals over long-term tenants, but the home-sharing website's impact on housing affordability remains contentious.
James Robertson Labor officials were minutes from missing the deadline to run candidates in next month's election for a major Sydney council after its top candidate suddenly withdrew his nomination amid another investigation into allegations of preselection branch stacking.
Peter Hannam Coal mining in Sydney's catchment is having a "cumulative and possibly accelerated" impact on water flows but its full effect is unknown because of a lack of data and monitoring.
Doug Dingwall, Noel Towell The much-despised office trend is coming to the ATO, but a union for tax staff is fighting back.
Tom McIlroy The leader of Canberra's Catholics wants individuals to receive protections against participating in same-sex marriages.
Chloe Booker New mother Natasha Lobban says the term "normal birth" needs to go.
Anna Patty Greater regulation of the short-term online jobs market is needed to prevent exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned.