There are two types of people in the world: those with hundreds of unread messages, and those who can’t relax until their inboxes are cleared out.
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Here's hoping their employers don't find out.
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The answer is a resounding no – brains are more sophisticated than that.
It's pretty common for people to plagiarise personal stories, apparently.
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The agent who discovered an aspiring Indigenous model from the Victorian country town of Echuca says she has the potential to be a global success.
Amnesty International says an entire generation will be lost if Indigenous youth continue to be incarcerated at 24 times the rate than non-Indigenous youth.
Thousands of Australians have a refugee story in their past. Here are three of them.