Media Watch

'19Jan
10

Study: Coca-Cola Shaped China's Efforts To Fight Obesity

Enlarge this image Students exercise at a weight-loss summer camp in China's Shandong Province. The government promotes physical activity as the solution to a...
'19Jan
10

What happens when the 'last resort' on the Darling River dries out?

The reservoirs were officially 3.1 per cent on Thursday, according to WaterNSW, but most of the lakes themselves were a sea of baked earth.Remaining pools will shrink further with at least six days in a row...
'19Jan
10

What happens when the 'last resort' on the Darling River dries out?

The reservoirs were officially 3.1 per cent on Thursday, according to WaterNSW, but most of the lakes themselves were a sea of baked earth.Remaining pools will shrink further with at least six days in a row...
'19Jan
10

Africa: Why So Few Visas Are Issued for Africans Wanting to Come to Germany

Photo: Deutsche Welle A visa to visit Germany. It's not easy for Africans to obtain a visa to visit Germany. A DW data analysis...
'19Jan
09

Fearful conservatives and angry liberals process political information differently

Fear and anger related to the 2016 presidential election and climate change, one of the campaign's major issues, had different effects on the way conservatives and liberals processed information about the two...
'19Jan
09

Transcript: Dambisa Moyo on rethinking democracy

Mehdi VO: From the Brexit vote in Britain …Nigel Farage (archive): A victory for real people …Mehdi VO: ... to the election of Donald Trump …Donald Trump (archive): A new vision will govern our land …Mehdi VO: ......
'19Jan
09

Tufton: There will be an increase in fogging with focus where dengue is most prevalent

The folowing is a statement to Parliament yesterday on the dengue oubreak in Jamaica by Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton.   Mr Speaker, on January 3 (2019), the Ministry of Health confirmed that Jamaica had...
'19Jan
09

Why the new Canada's Food Guide is unlikely to avoid controversy

A rainbow of lively food illustrations hanging on the classroom wall — that's how most Canadians remember Canada's Food Guide.But behind that brightly coloured document is a long history of political wrangling and...
'19Jan
08

Women's health apps are booming, but who benefits the most?

Do women know what women want? A new generation of start-ups focused on their health and wellbeing test that theory. Key points:Emerging start-ups are focused on women's health and wellbeingThere are...
'19Jan
06

Dwight Nelson: He is not himself if he does not serve

This feature, first published in April 2005 in The Desmond Allen Interviews series, is being republished today in tribute to Dwight Nelson, former national security minister and veteran trade unionist, who died on...
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