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"I had a life blackout. I just feel like, at the point of my life - when I was about 16 to 19, was just about questioning 'who am I?'." This mother-of-four grew up Catholic, but with the many questions she had in her teenage life it lead her to...
But after many years of soul-searching and reflection, Aaliyah Yco eventually converted to Islam.  "This is not about religion. This is about what resonated to my identity," she noted. Her journey from soul-searching to experiencing domestic viol...
In her quest to fulfill her passion in music, Sydney-borne Jasmine Henry left for the Philippines more than a year ago and now she releases her latest single 'Mahal Ko Ang Aking Pangarap'.
With many of her fans based in the Philippines, the young Filo-Aussie artist decided to try her luck in her mother's homeland last year. And for the past 15 months, Jasmine was busy touring the Philippines doing local shows and modelling for...
Preparations are in place for President Rodrigo Duterte's coming State of the Nation Address  (SONA).Malacanang says the President may talk about the country's independent foreign policy  this Monday, 22 July.
A new toolkit has been developed to help attract more migrant workers to regional areas. The kit produced by the Regional Australia Institute  aims to help regional towns fill skills shortages and make it easier for migrants to settle...
Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has told the Prime Minister Scott Morrison to  “stop playing politics” with drought funding, saying Labor will back the government’s package, so long as it doesn’t come at the cost of other infrastructure...
Growing up, Corey Tutt was told he'd never make it as a zookeeper. Now, he's giving kids who are just like he was, the tools to achieve their own dreams.
Now, through the program he calls Deadly Science, Mr Tutt sends books to 52 schools and he's got another 30 on a waiting list. Mr Tutt also Skypes the students in the classrooms, connecting them to scientists that can answer their questions.
Pharmacists could play a bigger role in prescribing medications to patients under major reforms in Western Australia healthcare.
Part of the news submitted by  Cielo Franklin, including four mobile phone business victimised by scams, corn growers declaring war against plastic wrappers, Diamond Tree closed to climbing, and Manchester United team arrives in Perth for game...
The Victorian government has announced a $600 million package to fix dangerous cladding on hundreds of buildings around the state. Premier Daniel Andrews says the issue isn't isolated to Victoria and is hoping the Commonwealth will meet half...
Australian scientists have helped unlock the genetics behind the eating disorder anorexia nervosa. The research revealed an association with anorexia and low glucose levels.
A new report has warned the private health system needs urgent repair as younger Australians continue to drop out at an alarming rate.
China has recorded its slowest economic growth since the early 1990s and, as Australia's biggest trading partner, the figures raise the question, do they have implications for our economy too?
It's been five years since Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 was shot down over eastern Ukraine, killing all of the 298 people on board, including 38 Australians.In June, the Dutch-led international investigation team charged four suspects over the...
The Philippines' Department of Health in Region 9 or Zamboanga Peninsula has raised alarm over the rising cases of the deadly dengue fever. As of July 6, a total of 8,076 cases of dengue have been reported with 46 deaths.