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Multi-religious hospice in Vilnius

Dr Bogumiła Zongołłowicz talks with sister  Michaela Rak.
How to be physically fit, when you are over 50 + ... we asked for an advise a Master of  Judo, Mr Krzysztof Frankowski. This is a part 3 of the interview.

Week in Poland

Przemek Przybylski reports from Warsaw. Today about the school system crisis in Poland.

What is Propolis?

Weronika Wasiak, a beekeeper from Krobia near Poznan (Poland) is revealing what bees are producing apart from honey and how we can benefits from  that.
It's been 50 years since men first walked on the moon.The landing was broadcast around the world, but were it not for a number of Australians, and Australian technology, Neil Armstrong's first steps and words might not have been seen or heard at all.
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.

More money for pensioners

Around one million Australians could receive up to $800 more per year under changes to the federal government's income test for pensioners.
A conversation with missionary  Krzysztof Stachowiak.
Melbourne, Australia is the proud host of the 10th WCA Speedcubing World Championship.There are Polish competitors participating in the championship : Jakub Kipa, Jan Zych, Lukasz Burliga, Tymon Kolasiński , Michał  Rzewuski, Dominik Górny,...

Place de la Bastille

Andrzej Siedlecki is reading the story about the Bastille Day on 14 of July, the national day of France. It's a story from the book by Ludwik Stomma and Ludwik Lewin entitled 'Paris for 2 louis. Guide to Paris of shadows and flavors'.  

WWII drug could prevent flu deaths

Researchers have found a drug that dates back to the second World War could help prevent flu deaths.It's a timely finding by scientists, with almost three hundred reported fatalities from the virus this year, in part down to an earlier-than-usual...

76th anniv of Volhynia massacre.

Bogna Wernichowska, a journalist and writer from Krakow, visited the places of the Volhynia massacre . 11 of July 2019 passed the 76th anniversary of the mass extermination of the Polish population in Volhynia,  by the Ukrainian nationalists .
Take a look at how NAIDOC week started and what  'voice, treaty, truth' means to Indigenous people. 
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. But, there are a number of misconceptions about the history of Aboriginal and Torres...
An Australian- Polish adventurer Waldemar Obląk helps the Aboriginal community in Cotton Creek in Central Western Australia Part 2.