Aust Skeptics Inc on Christchurch tragedy

Australian Skeptics Inc is deeply saddened by the horrific terrorist attack in Christchurch on Friday which targeted the Muslim community. Our deepest condolences go out to all those affected, those who are grieving the terrible loss of family, friends, colleagues, neighbours through an act of violent hatred. We stand with…

Aust Skeptics Inc statement on climate change

In 2010, Australian Skeptics Inc. released a statement about the troubling use of the term “Skeptics” or “Sceptics” in the context of climate science. We now expand our position on so-called “climate change scepticism”. After more than 60 years of research, the agreement among scientists is that the climate is…

TGA makes minor changes to medicines indications list

Revisions ignore many pseudoscientific claims used in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine

Aust Skeptics campaigns and investigations – have your say

Your chance to get involved in Skeptics’ projects- suggestions and contributions welcome

Skeptics’ social media & community manager position

Part-time position available with Australian Skeptics Inc to promote skepticism and critical thinking

Bent Spoon nominations for 2017 – ABC, NICM, Newcastle City Council, and more

Nominees include advice on burying cowhorns, how psychics get the keys to the city, and universities promoting pseudomedicine on campus.

Top speakers for 2017 Skeptics Convention

International and local presenters promise a great event of science, skepticism, critical thinking, activism, with a healthy dose of critical thinking, a dash of humour and a great deal of common sense.

Skepticon 2017 Tickets Announced

The 33rd Australian Skeptics National Convention, November 2017 – early bird discounts for Skeptics

NICM offers alternative facts about alternative medicine

Bent Spoon nominee defends TCM claims, despite contradictions from WHO

Sydney dinner – Secrets of the Psychics

In preparation for a visit by ‘psychic medium’ John Edward to Australia, we’re thrilled to have a special event for our next dinner – a double act with a demonstration of psychic powers by self-professed ‘psychic’ Nelly Klyne, and an explanation of psychic skills by Richard Saunders, judge of the…