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Opinion: From ‘Vladdy daddy’ to fake TikToks: how to guide your child through Ukraine news online

Much of what tweens and teenagers know about the Russia-Ukraine conflict comes from TikTok, Snapchat or Instagram.


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Opinion: Yes, words can harm young trans people. Here’s what we can do to help

All children and adolescents have the right to live free from discrimination. However, the public debate last week around the proposed religious discrimination bill threatened this right.


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Opinion: 4 out of 5 parents support teaching gender and sexuality diversity in Australian schools

Debates about how schools acknowledge gender and sexuality diversity have been ongoing in Australia. But our research shows four out of five parents support such content being included in the relationships and sexual health curriculum.


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Opinion: What is a ‘soft’ or ‘hard’ relationship launch? Explaining the celebrity led trend

The days of speedily updating your Facebook status the moment a new relationship is made official are long gone. In fact the Facebook relationship update could be described as somewhat passé, replaced instead by a new form of relationship documentation.


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Opinion: At home with COVID? 5 easy tips to help you breathe more easily

Shortness of breath, persistent cough and fatigue are common COVID signs and symptoms. And the vast majority of people will be managing their symptoms at home.


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Opinion: The stunning recovery of a heavily polluted river in the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area

For more than 40 years, an underground coal mine discharged poorly treated wastewater into the Wollangambe River, which flows through the heart of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area.


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Opinion: Here Out West: a film that centres Western Sydney through tales of marginality

An anthology film usually makes us think of romantic comedies released over Christmas that showcase a global city through interconnected plot lines, or a series of vignette-like character studies by critically-acclaimed directors.


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Curious Kids: can black holes become white holes?

White holes are really just something scientists have imagined — they could exist, but we’ve never seen one, or even seen clues that one may exist. For now, they are an idea.



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