Australian scientists have slipped another piece into the puzzle about human language development, and it suggests that some three billion of us may have more in...
There are concerns a proposed massive trade deal could have an impact on Australia's health system.
British immigrants have launched a campaign to respond to what they call racial vilification ahead of May's elections. 
Aid organisations have launched a campaign against any further reductions to foreign aid in the May budget.
The Australian Defence Force is to increase its efforts to recruit a more culturally and linguistically diverse workforce.
Australia is sending around 300 more soldiers to help train the Iraqi military.

Medicare co-payment plan scrapped

The Abbott government has abandoned its plans for a Medicare co-payment.
A leading economist believes the Reserve Bank will make another rate reduction later this year.
It's estimated as many as three million Syrian children are going without an education as a direct result of the conflict raging in their homeland.

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The WHO warns hearing loss can have serious consequences for physical and mental health.
Taranjeet Bhatia hopes to be on a one-way trip to Mars in 2024.
Economists are split on whether Australia's Reserve Bank will cut official interest rates tomorrow to a fresh low of two per cent.
The family of a former Malaysian government bodyguard convicted of murder is pleading for Australia's help.
Israel's Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has arrived in the United States to argue his case against a possible nuclear deal with Iran.

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