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CENSUS 2016: FIVE WAYS AUSTRALIA IS GETTING MORE DIVERSE


The median age of Australian residents born in Europe is 59, while for those born in Asia the figure is 35... READ MORE

27th June, 2017 734

'GOD GAVE US ONE MORE CHANCE' WITH TRUMP, KOCH DONOR SAYS


He's working right out of the Heritage playbook, said Hartman, a Houston real-estate executive, referring to the conservative Washington think tank... READ MORE

26th June, 2017 1839

AUTHORITIES: TEEN SLAIN AFTER LEAVING MOSQUE, MAN ARRESTED


Darwin Martinez Torres of Sterling was arraigned Monday in Fairfax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court... READ MORE

19th June, 2017 0

'MEXICO NEEDS HEALING': THE FIRST INDIGENOUS WOMAN TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT


It was a push that benefitted many indigenous communities across Mexico, Patricio said... READ MORE

12th June, 2017 5627

EXCLUSIVE: SHORTEN 'HOPES FOR CONSENSUS' AT ULURU CONVENTION


The Uluru meeting marks the thirteenth and final dialogue for Indigenous people to discuss constitutional recognition... READ MORE

25th May, 2017 276

'RACE PLAYED A HUGE FACTOR AND THAT EVIDENCE WAS IGNORED'


Well there have been flaws in the parole system, even the Queensland government has admitted as much... READ MORE

19th May, 2017 280

MEXICAN MUM WHO INVESTIGATED DAUGHTER'S DEATH IS KILLED


The Mexican human rights commission issued a statement saying it deplored her murder and called for a full investigation... READ MORE

12th May, 2017 6426

ARGENTINE CLIMBER STRANDED ON MOUNT LOGAN RESCUED


Natalia Martinez, an Argentine climber who was stranded on Yukon's Mount Logan since Monday, has been rescued... READ MORE

5th May, 2017 7296

EARTHQUAKES AND STORMS LEAVE CLIMBER STRANDED ON CANADA'S HIGHEST PEAK


She didn't know it was an earthquake, she thought the glacier she was on was collapsing, said Rada... READ MORE

4th May, 2017 183

ARGENTINE CLIMBER STRANDED AT 3,000 METRES AFTER EARTHQUAKES RATTLE YUKON


Natalia Martinez, 37, was nine days into a solo traverse of Yukon's Mount Logan 5,959 metres when a pair of earthquakes rattled the territory on Monday morning... READ MORE

3rd May, 2017 3936

'43 DIFFERENT NAMES FOR SUGAR': CALLS FOR CLEARER FOOD LABELS TO AVOID 'HIDDEN SUGARS'


Health advocates are lobbying federal, state and territory leaders for clearer sugar labels on food products following the release of Choice's latest report... READ MORE

24th April, 2017 896

HISTORIAN 'UNCOVERS NAMES OF DOZENS OF FORGOTTEN NT WWI DIGGERS'


Up to 40 Northern Territory diggers were forgotten by the history books, a military historian believes, and he hopes his research will set the record straight... READ MORE

24th April, 2017 111

THE USA CAN LEARN FROM THESE FOREIGN HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS


Health care for people with low incomes is subsidized by the government... READ MORE

19th April, 2017 14714

BOY KILLED IN SAN BERNARDINO SHOOTING WAS A HAPPY CHILD WITH RARE DISORDER


Jonathan Martinez's family hopes to honour his memory by getting the word out about Williams syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by learning delays and extraordinary gifts... READ MORE

13th April, 2017 451

SPANISH COURT CLEARS PRIEST IN ABUSE CASE TAKEN UP BY POPE FRANCIS


Spanish Court Clears Priest of Abuse Case Taken Up by Pope... READ MORE

12th April, 2017 173

FAITH IN POLITICS: AUSTRALIA'S FIRST MUSLIM MP


Ed Husic is sitting in a bare sports hall on one of a few benches arranged in its centre... READ MORE

12th April, 2017 6471

GERMAN SPELUNKER DISCOVERS FIRST KNOWN CAVE FISH IN EUROPE


A German man who goes diving underground for a hobby has discovered what scientists say is Europe's first known cave fish. Spelunker Joachim Kreiselmaier c... READ MORE

5th April, 2017 15

GERMAN SPELUNKER DISCOVERS EUROPE'S FIRST CAVE FISH


A German man who goes diving underground for a hobby has discovered what scientists say is Europe's first known cave fish... READ MORE

4th April, 2017 0

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ONE STEP CLOSER TO BECOMING DERBY'S FIRST ABORIGINAL DOCTOR


Last year, NITV's Living Black spent a week with the young doctor-in-training as she undertook a medical placement in her hometown of Derby, Western Australia... READ MORE

17th November, 2016 38394

TEN BOOKS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD


That would be the world without Mr William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories Tragedies, published in large-scale double-columned folio format in 1623... READ MORE

7th August, 2015 7942

THE 10 SPECIES MOST AT RISK FROM CLIMATE CHANGE


Species such as the hawksbill turtle are dependant on coral reefs which are bleaching and dying with climate change... READ MORE

19th January, 2017 7372

'THEIR ACTIONS WERE MOTIVATED BY RACIAL HATRED'


Norton was convicted on one count of violating Georgia's street gang act and one count of making terroristic threats... READ MORE

1st March, 2017 6927

OVER 1,000 AFRICAN SKULLS IN BERLIN ARE A REMINDER OF EUROPE'S DARK COLONIAL HISTORY


According to Deutsche Welle, ARD identified about 1,000 skulls that originated from what is now Rwanda and about 60 from Tanzania... READ MORE

25th November, 2016 6339

10 TIMES PAULINE HANSON GOT THE FACTS WRONG IN HER MAIDEN SPEECH


Sharia law is harsh and incompatible with Australian law Muslims want to see sharia law introduced in Australia... READ MORE

15th September, 2016 4493

20 INSPIRING BLACK WOMEN WHO HAVE CHANGED AUSTRALIA


She is also known for her work in pushing for improving Indigenous Australians rights through constitutional change... READ MORE

8th March, 2016 4410

WOMAN'S WAY; A COLLECTION OF STORIES, POEMS AND SHORT ESSAYS BY FIRST NATIONS' WOMEN


Out of all my cousins I think I'm the oldest woman on all sides of my family without a child or one on the way... READ MORE

10th March, 2017 4202

LATIN AMERICA'S BEST CHEF WILL OPEN A RESTAURANT AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD


Virgilio Martinez, of Lima's Central restaurant, has plans to open a research lab and restaurant high in the Andes... READ MORE

19th October, 2016 3413

WOMAN USES THONG TO SCARE OFF STALKING CROCODILE IN NORTHERN TERRITORY


Crocodile expert Adam Britton, a researcher at Charles Darwin University, said alcohol was frequently involved when attacks occur... READ MORE

3rd October, 2016 2641

20 INSPIRING BLACK WOMEN WHO HAVE CHANGED AUSTRALIA


During this time she worked on a national campaign to ensure equal rights for Indigenous Australians... READ MORE

7th March, 2015 2580

'THIS IS NOT RIGHT': FORMER SEAWORLD TRAINER RECALLS KILLER WHALE TREATMENT


Beneath the Surface Killer Whales, SeaWorld, and the Truth Beyond Blackfish, by John Hargrove with Howard Chua-Eoan, is published by Palgrave Macmillan Trade... READ MORE

28th March, 2015 2362

WHAT DOES JAN 26 SIGNIFY FOR INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS?


In the last survey we did at Reconciliation Australia, about half the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were interviewed felt that discrimination still existed... READ MORE

26th January, 2015 1676

10 TRULY REMOTE PLACES WHERE YOUR BOSS CAN'T TRACK YOU DOWN


Staying here means zero cell phone signal or Wi-Fi in the rooms--which are wall-to-wall blonde wood and hand-crafted furnishings... READ MORE

25th February, 2017 1545

COMMENT: ODE TO MS DHU A POWERFUL MEANS TO EXPOSE RACISM AND DEMAND JUSTICE


So too are the police officers and health personnel who were 'caring' for Ms Dhu at the time of her death... READ MORE

10th January, 2017 1528

ISIS HOSTAGE JOHN CANTLIE POSTS LAST FILM IN SERIES AS CONCERNS GROW FOR HIS SAFETY


Still, this month, the pope sent a letter to bishops worldwide, urging them to cooperate with the commission... READ MORE

14th February, 2015 1496

MEXICAN MAN CHARGED WITH RAPE HAD 19 DEPORTATIONS, REMOVALS


He is being held in the Geary County jail in Junction City, which is about 120 miles west of Kansas City... READ MORE

31st December, 2016 1469

18C COMPLAINANT REPORTS 'RACIST' ONLINE ABUSE TO FEDERAL POLICE


Fallout from the case prompted the federal government to set up an inquiry into changing section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act... READ MORE

15th December, 2016 1390

WHICH ARE THE BEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD TO GROW OLD IN?


In the absence of a national state pension, it is the primary source of income for many and widely regarded as the foundation of retirement income... READ MORE

4th March, 2015 1354

NASA SCANS GREAT BARRIER REEF TO FIND ANSWERS TO CORAL'S POOR HEALTH


According to Malthus, that will change the way coral reefs are studied... READ MORE

14th September, 2016 1314

HOW AN INNOCENT MAN WOUND UP DEAD IN EL SALVADOR'S JUSTICE SYSTEM


MS-13 gang members languish in one of the three 'gang cages in the Quezaltepeque police station in 2013 in San Salvador, El Salvador... READ MORE

16th March, 2017 1314

WELCOME TO CROCODILE COUNTRY: THE REMARKABLE COMEBACK OF AUSTRALIA'S JAWS OF THE NORTH


More than a quarter of north Queenslanders supported conserving and protecting crocodiles, and most 52 percent wanted an approach that balanced human safety and crocodile conservation... READ MORE

27th December, 2016 1136

PRISON FOR TWO WHO YELLED RACIAL SLURS, THREATENED TO KILL AT BLACK CHILD'S BIRTHDAY PARTY IN GEORGIA


Norton was sentenced on one count of violating Georgia's street gang act and one count of making terroristic threats... READ MORE

28th February, 2017 1086

ABUSE ACCUSATIONS AGAINST CLERICS STILL RUNS HIGH UNDER POPE FRANCIS, BOOK CLAIMS


Francis has been credited by some with taking more decisive action on abuse cases than his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, did... READ MORE

16th January, 2017 1068

LABOR TO ESTABLISH NATIONAL CAUCUS TO INCREASE INDIGENOUS REPRESENTATION


Mr Shorten said for over a century there has been an under-representation of Indigenous Australians in the parliaments and decision-making forums of Australia... READ MORE

21st February, 2017 985

INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIA IS THE TRUE FOUNDATION OF OUR MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY


If our politicians understood the accomplishments and knowledge of Indigenous Australians, they might be able to take their political demands seriously... READ MORE

5th August, 2015 941

EXPLOSION AT EXXON MOBIL REFINERY IN TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA, INJURES FOUR


Explosion at exxon mobil refinery in torrance california injures four... READ MORE

18th February, 2015 810

AMERICANS' TASTE FOR MEXICAN BEER SUCKING UP WATER SUPPLY, MAYOR SAYS


Constellation Brands said in 2014 that the Nava brewery would implement water-conservation practices and recycle 30 percent of the water it uses... READ MORE

1st July, 2016 780

ISLANDERS SHOCKED AS AUSTRALIA MOVES TO BAN KAVA


A total ban on kava imports because of the actions of a few has shocked the tens of thousands of Pacific Islanders in Australia... READ MORE

20th February, 2015 726

INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN WOMEN STILL FIGHTING DISCRIMINATION


However, Australia has been criticised for its consideration of human rights... READ MORE

7th March, 2015 674


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