August 1, 2019

Scottish university scientists working to repair human heart

A TEAM of researchers at a Scottish university have embarked on a project that could lead to a self-repairing human heart.
August 1, 2019

Scottish Government: Ballot ‘opens door’ to inmates gaining vote

SNP ministers have “opened the door” to prison voting after giving inmates the right to take part in the Shetland by-election.
August 1, 2019

Sharon Turner: ‘Cruel dating scam robbed me of £200,000’

AS Sharon Turner’s phone lit up with a new message, she couldn’t wait to read it. It was from ‘Kevin Churchill’, a businessman she’d recently met online.
August 1, 2019

Buhai leads Women’s British Open as Ko starts strongly

Ashleigh Buhai took the first-round lead at the Women's British Open on Thursday seeking to become the second South African female major winner, while South Korea's Ko Jin-young started well in a quest to win back-to-back majors.
August 1, 2019

Meet Tom Taylor. He may just have the best job in the world

He writes comic books for a living, works his own hours, and is in demand around the world. For fanboy turned writer Tom Taylor, life could hardly be better.
August 1, 2019

Balenciaga – couture’s liberating dark horse – comes to town

Iconic designs by the legendary Spanish designer are about to be unveiled at the Bendigo Art Gallery.
August 1, 2019

Melbourne International Film Festival reviews

Our critics took a look at some of this year's offerings.
August 1, 2019

Asylum-seeker jewellery ban prompts an act of hope and resistance

A country's hardline policy and a remarkable family tale inform Susan Cohn's exploration of the real value of jewellery.
August 1, 2019

Holy Holy’s new album born of a ‘tricky’ creative partnership

From his Tasmanian hideaway, Tim Carroll reflects on his long-distance collaboration with Oscar Dawson.
August 1, 2019

Thought Melbourne already had enough rain? Think again

The international phenomenon that is the Rain Room art installation is coming to St Kilda.
August 1, 2019

Photographer documents his squalid childhood in Ray & Liz

Study and art rescued Richard Billingham from the slums of Thatcher's Britain.
August 1, 2019

Parkinson’s disease symptoms: This bladder problem could be sign of condition

PARKINSON’S disease is a condition whereby the brain become progressively damaged over the years. There’s currently no cure, but spotting symptoms as early as possible means treatment may be more effective. Alongside one the most recognised signs, a tr...