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Almost 9000 Australians die from heart attacks each year. Many of those who have a heart attack are unaware of what the symptoms are and the importance of seeking...

Paying the Soup Place forward

George Paraskevopoulus has been running his soup place in one of Melbourne's busiest alleys for nearly ten years.       Photo: The Soup Place in Melbourne (SBS...
Rod Serojales is the newest Multicultural Ambassador for the Filipino community in Ballarat. Along with several other multicultural ambassadors from various...

The secret benefits of tomato

An Israeli company and its Australian counterpart have discovered the curative benefits of tomatoes on skin. After alleged research cost of $60 B, they have...
A Perth musician is taking her harp off the stage and onto the street, her gentle strings weaving their way into hip-hop beats. 
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Many Australians are affected by domestic violence. It's often women from multicultural backgrounds who don't report abuse due to cultural, religious and language...
Many Australian women and men are affected by domestic violence. Image: Call for help (Dave Thompson/PA Wire)
For many migrants ANZAC Day symbolises soldiers wearing a slouch hats who fought in the fields of Gallipoli in 1915.  Image: Anzac (AAP/Nikki Short)  ...
Australians recognise 25 April as a day of national remembrance. Anzac Day goes beyond the anniversary of the landing on Gallipoli in 1915. It is the day on which...
When a person is immunised, it benefits not only them, but everyone. Image: No jab, No pay (Liberal.org.au)
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