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Young mothers who are not in the paid workforce or are marginally employed will be significantly disadvantaged by the removal of the Baby Bonus. 

Hearing-impaired children fitted with a second cochlear implant (CI) early in life, have significantly better outcomes in aspects of their communication and learning.

The prestigious $100,000 Basil Sellers Art Prize 2014 has been awarded to Indigenous artist Tony Albert for the work titled Once upon a time … 2013-14.

Professor Marcia Langton is among the leading Indigenous scholars, artists, politicians and sporting personalities to pay tribute to the life and achievements of the late Gavin Jones.

Half of women and a quarter of men have experienced discrimination in the workplace because of family obligations. Associate Professor Susan Ainsworth told ABC News 24 that there were some positives in the latest survey by the Human Rights Commission.

The income for the top 1% of Australian earners has not increased for nearly a decade, according to tax data analysed by the Melbourne Institute at the University of Melbourne.

Visions takes a closer look at the fourth iteration of the Basil Sellers Arts Prize, one of Australia's richest prizes.
Virologist Prof Vincent Racaniello discusses how poliovirus causes paralysis, and how close we are to eradicating the disease. With science host Dr Dyani Lewis.

One of only nine existing complete Gutenberg bibles is currently on show in the University’s Baillieu Library. Its display coincides with the University’s Cultural Treasures Festival and Melbourne Rare Books Week.

Professor Tim Lindsey has been giving his analysis of the Indonesian election result, which gave Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo a clear victory over his rival Prabowo Subianto.