Laurel or Yanny? What you hear could depend on your hearing loss

Laurel or Yanny? What you hear could depend on your hearing loss

Posted May 16, 2018 22:12:42 Related Story: Dress social media sensation flips views on colours Do you hear “Laurel” or “Yanny”? An expert says your answer could depend on your level of hearing loss. A four-second audio clip of a computer-generated voice saying a word has divided the internet. External …

Drug testing dole recipients will only make addiction worse, but the government won’t hear it

Drug testing dole recipients will only make addiction worse, but the government won’t hear it

By Toby Hall Posted May 10, 2018 05:00:00 Photo: The government is proposing to trial drug testing of new income support recipients. (Jonathan Beal: ABC) Fifty-two. That’s how many submissions were made to the Senate inquiry into the Government’s drug testing bill for welfare recipients, which handed down its findings …

Growing up CODA: What it’s like to be the only person in your family who can hear – RN

Growing up CODA: What it’s like to be the only person in your family who can hear – RN

Posted April 21, 2018 06:00:44 Photo: Jodee Mundy is the only person in her family who can hear. (Illustration by Luke King) Related Story: Deaf community hails rollout of first ever Auslan curriculum Related Story: ‘Communication is life’: The lives changed by Australian medical technology Jodee Mundy was just five …

Australian scientists pioneer new way to hear black holes colliding across the universe

Australian scientists pioneer new way to hear black holes colliding across the universe

Updated April 12, 2018 16:41:32 Photo: A computer simulation of black holes colliding. (Source: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory) Australian scientists have developed a new methodology they say will allow astrophysicists to hear the clatter of black holes colliding with one another right across space and time. The breakthrough by Melbourne …

ADFA cadet was ‘telling her what she wanted to hear’ when he apologised to woman, court hears

ADFA cadet was ‘telling her what she wanted to hear’ when he apologised to woman, court hears

Updated March 26, 2018 17:08:57 An ADFA cadet accused of sexual offences has told a Canberra court he was simply telling the woman “what she wanted to hear” when he apologised to her. Sebastian Crago Ellis, 22, has already been acquitted of four charges including one count of rape, but …