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Is the ever increasing red meat consumption a problem requiring immediate attention?
Dora is Professor of Sustainability at the Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute and was CUSP Director from 2015 to 2018 and Deputy Director from 2007 to 2014. She has more than 320 refereed publications and has completed 57...
Bulgarian diplomacy should have taken a more determined position on the issue
During the press conference of the Heads of Government of Germany, Poland, Bulgaria and the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov was asked how the EU foreign policy High Representative, the Spanish Foreign...

Australia celebrates NAIDOC week

We invite you to walk with us in a movement of the Australian people for a better future
Australia celebrates NAIDOC week The longstanding desire of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to have an enhanced role in decision-making in Australia underpins this year's NAIDOC week, that runs from July 7th to the 14th. Organised by the N...
Bulgaria is expected to make defence spending at 1.61 per cent of GDP
After years of stale cooperation within NATO, Bulgaria is ramping up its defences and undergoing its full integration within the alliance. Low military budgets and a full deck of Soviet-era material has until now kept the country in a state of s...
If you’d like to have a new partner don’t sit back and let them fly through the window
It’s a common portrait of modern family life with the last census showing that about a fifth of Australians had been married before. Whether you feel ready or not to try the knot again, there are complexities that come with age. Karen Pisk's life...
In Moscow Speaker of Bulgarian National Assembly invited “Rosatom” to take part in the bid for the construction of Belene NPP 
A Bulgarian parliamentary delegation, led by National Assembly Speaker Tsveta Karayancheva, was on a two-day official visit to Moscow. ,,There is great potential for deepening bilateral energy relations between Russia and Bulgaria as a long-stand...
Maker Pfizer warns Pregabalin may cause suicidal thoughts
Leading independent drug research, policy and education organisation the Pennington Institute is calling for state and federal government action to help reduce the number of overdose deaths resulting from the misuse of Pregabalin....
A formal reason for the postponement came from Germany a few days before the Luxembourg meeting
EU ministers, who met at the General Affairs Council in Luxembourg, discussed the possible accession of Albania and North Macedonia to the EU. Their conclusion was to postpone the decision of opening talks to October 2019, dealing a major blow to...
Support for the Socialists falls seriously by about 120,000 votes
The loss at the European Parliament elections has led to rising conflicts in the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), including the resignation of its leader Kornelia Ninova. After the European elections, the BSP has one more MP in Brussels and the p...
3 million people could be affected by the superannuation changes
New laws, designed to ensure superannuation balances are not being eaten up by insurance premiums and fees, could see some Australians actually lose money. New laws to be introduced in July will see superannuation accounts that had no contributio...
Nationalism is the spectre that has haunted Europe and contributed to the wars of the 20th century
The European Parliament elections have reinforced the continent's political battlelines. The pro-European Union forces may say they have held the line, but nationalist-right populists say the wind is in their sails. Voters have abandoned centre-r...
Some banks refused to pass on the full cut in official interest rates
The Reserve Bank of Australia has reduced the cash rate to a record low 1.25 per cent Political leaders have told bank bosses they should pass on the full cut in official interest rates to customers or risk Australians doubting they've changed th...
GERB conducted a simple but effective campaign that brought them the desired result
The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) in Bulgaria officially announced the results of the European elections. Bulgarian parties and coalitions that will have their representatives in the new European Parliament are GERB, BSP, DPS (MRF), VMRO (IM...
In 2019 we’ll focus on Truth Telling
It's a week dedicated to reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. National Reconciliation Week is celebrated across Australia each year between 27 May and 3 June. This year the focus is on truth telling and what role it c...
Bulgarians are part of the European Civilization
Journalist–writer Plamen Asenov talks about the importance of knowing our cultural roots. Plamen believes, Bulgarians need to be more aware of the common European cultural and spiritual heritage derived from the Greco-Roman antiquity to the Mode...