The forgotten birth language of adoptees can apparently leave its traces in the brain, many years after the adoption has taken place.
Refugees settled on Nauru woke on Monday to find an ominous letter, signed “Youth of Republic of Nauru”, had been delivered overnight.
As high-density urban living becomes more common in Australia’s larger cities, many live music venues are under increasing pressure to restrict noise levels. So...
When Bo-dene Stieler returned from her journey on SBS's First Contact, her life was turned upside down. But, as she writes in her own words, her experiences on...
What we eat affects brain power and could help students finishing end-of-year exams
Thailand is an increasingly edgy place six months after a coup removed its elected government.
The atrocities committed by Islamic State and Boko Haram have rightly caused moral outrage all over the world. But as the latest IS video is released, showing the...
A shortage of the beloved confection will soon be upon us, analysts say. Counteracting it could involve brand-new strains of cacao.
The decision by Japan’s PM to call a snap election barely two years into a four-year term demonstrates a degree of political flexibility other world leaders can...
Refugees settling in Australia constantly face new challenges. They have to re-adjust to new income levels, cultural practices and language. They also face a new...
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A golden retriever has shot to worldwide fame after a hilariously bad attempt at an agility contest.
Students protested in London overnight, rallying against higher education fee hikes.
There have been celebrations and protests in the Czech Republic and Slovakia as residents remembered the 25th anniversary of the communist government's collapse.
People suffering with more than one chronic illness at the same time is common, since illnesses have similar causes and features.
A new study suggests that looking down at a cell phone is the equivalent of placing a 60-pound weight on one's neck.