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On February 8, six Red Cross workers were killed when their convoy came under fire in Afghanistan. When humanitarians are a target, it's the locals - in desperate...
Sitting down at work all day may not be so bad for you after all, writes Emmanuel Stamatakis.

What causes mass whale strandings?

Why do these creatures, which are masters of living in a totally aquatic environment, enter an inhospitable land environment where inevitably some, if not all,...
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The Feed producer Will Reid is a 75kg Aussie lad who - thanks to a love of the sport - became a sumo. He takes us through his very, very interesting journey.
Whether it be due to hubris, courage or vanity, South Australian senator Cory Bernardi has decided to forsake the Liberal Party under whose auspices his political...
Niceness is a topic that tends to fundamentally divide people. Should you put yourself first, stand up for yourself and get back at people who’ve wronged you or...
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Trump has an affinity for speaking mistruths with little consideration for their factual accuracy, writes Lauren Griffin.
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