Thousands of miles away from the North Pole, a 'Christmas Village' in China's Zhejiang province is filled with 'red factories' that produce Christmas products for...
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Tony Abbott’s imminent ministerial reshuffle has become a serious test of the Prime Minister’s leadership. Will he wimp it, or make the most of the opportunity?
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In the Middle Kingdom, memes are not just an internet phenomenon, but a way of capturing the Chinese zeitgeist.
The latest report from Public Health England revealed that there were more than 100,000 people living with HIV in the UK, with 6,000 new infections last year.
I’ve long been a believer in the power of people in developing communities to rise out of poverty given the fair opportunity to do so.
The debate surrounding pornography is complex - but a recent UK ban on depictions of female pleasure and dominance is a worrying new low.
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Miss World competition bans bikinis

Julia Morley, the Miss World chairwoman, has announced that it is dropping the swimsuit segment from the competition.

World pie eating champs abandoned

The World Pie Eating Championships held at an English pub have had to be abandoned after wrong-sized pies were delivered because of a mix-up.
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