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Service Apps put Old School to the Test

By Jay-Anna Mobbs   The ironic yellow New York cabs are facing some tough competition as services apps are on the rise. A Morgan Stanley report has found in April

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New Technology to Detect Diseases by the Human Breath

By Jay-Anna Mobbs   A new type of technology is being developed, which has the potential to identify 17 diseases purely by the breath of a human. And the developer,

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Sydney Terror Raids

By Jay-Anna Mobbs   Four men remain in custody after a plot to bring down a plane using a homemade explosive in an act of terror in Sydney over the

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Fall For Western Sperm Count

By Erin Archer   A 38 year old study has found there is a steady decline in sperm count among men in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America, with

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Minneapolis Shooting: Still Awaiting Answers

By Nicholas Everard On July the 15th, Australian woman Justine Damond was shot and killed by a police officer in the US city of Minneapolis. In the weeks that followed,

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Australia’s most important voice dies

By Kristina Rosengren Australia’s most iconic Indigenous music artist Dr G Yunupingu has passed away aged 46. The singer and guitarist, whose full name has been withheld for cultural reasons,

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Organ Donation in Australia

By Nicholas Everard Meet Zion Harvey, a 10-year old, American boy and organ donation recipient. Zion lost his hands and feet when he was only 2-years old, after contracting a

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Voter smoke and mirrors

By Kristina Rosengren A voter integrity commission, tasked with figuring out how US President Donald Trump lost the popular vote in the 2016 election, has held its inaugural meeting. The

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Netflix’s To the Bone- Helpful or Hindrance?

By Karina Robson Netflix’s new movie To the Bone has sparked concerns from experts who claim it may glamorise eating disorders or even spark a wave of copycat behaviour in

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