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A United Nations summit is underway in South Africa to deal with the threat of illegal trading of endangered wild animals and plants. It comes amid reports Africa's...
Dr. Aim Sinpeng from Sydney University talks about freedom of expression and analyse the Thai Government's effort towards internet censorship in Thailand. 
Dementia is not a normal part of ageing and yet Alzheimer's Australia predicts by mid-century almost a million people will be living with the illness. Patients...
The Federal Government will follow a precedent from New Zealand in a bid to break what it deems the cycle of welfare dependency in Australia. A new...
The latest statistics on drownings in Australia show fewer children drowned in the 12 months to July, but the overall number of water deaths in the country...
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Dementia is not a normal part of ageing and yet Alzheimer's Australia predicts by mid-century almost a million people will be living with the illness. Patients from...
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Every hour four people go missing in Australia. While most are found, the disappearance of one person can affect the lives of 12 others - according to the...
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