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The protests were sparked by a “green” tax aimed at tackling climate change – but it unfairly targeted the poor.
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People are protesting the government’s new expensive housing project, but what’s wrong with spending money on improving lives?
Hong Kong universities have recently begun rolling out new bachelor’s degree programmes for the 2019/20 academic year, which place emphasis on real-life skills and jobs, catering to the fast-changing landscape of our economy.
It’s now obvious that no one heading to the polls in 2016 could have grasped the full implications of this decision.
Whether the recent accusations against Brett Kavanaugh are true or not, there are wider problems with justice in the United States.
New research suggests that the chemicals used to make sunscreen are bad for coral reefs.
Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the US Supreme Court has divided many in the States. Here is why the debate matters.
Domestic helpers are being told that they aren’t allowed to shower at home. Let’s call it what it is: racial segregation in 2018.
Early next year, the European Union’s highest court is expected to rule on one of the internet’s most controversial topics: the right to be forgotten. The judges should curb their ambition, lest they open a can of worms that will spill well beyond Europe.
Social media activists need to lend their support to the causes that really need them, not simply those which make them look good
Helping the traditional Maori language flourish would bind New Zealanders together as a nation.