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Hurricane Irma reaches America

By Vittorio Travan   The west coast of America is facing one of the country’s largest storms in the past 25 years. Hurricane Irma reached American inland Sunday morning as

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Australia Day Controversy Continues

By Erin Archer   The city of Yarra has made headlines again, however this time it has come from far right protesters who stormed an evening council meeting, who were

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Nuclear Test Spark Defence Upgrades

By Erin Archer   North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has confirmed the hydrogen bomb test was a “perfect success”, and was a “meaningful” step in completing his country’s nuclear weapons programme,

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Donald Trump expanding US military action in Afghanistan

By Peter Freestone and Kristina Rosengren   US President Donald Trump has committed an undisclosed number of troops to Afghanistan, in a bid to halt the resurgence of the Taliban

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Barcelona: Victim of Van Attack

By Loren Howarth On a relaxing Thursday afternoon in Barcelona’s popular tourist avenue, Las Ramblas, a van collided into pedestrians and disturbed the peace. The driver of the vehicle fled

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“Appalling” Stunt During Question Time

By Erin Archer   Pauline Hanson has caused an undoubtedly huge amount of controversy when she walked into Question Time on Thursday in the full Islamic dress, including the burqa,

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“Fire and Fury”

By Laura Devoy   The verbal threats between the United States and North Korea have continued, as US President Donald Trump this morning issued an ultimatum to North Korea: if

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End of Cricket Pay War

By Loren Howarth   After ten months of deliberation, Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers Association have finally agreed to terms, ending the pay war. The saga which was the

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Marriage Equality for Australia?

By Loren Howarth   Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull has called for a special meeting on Monday, in a bid to settle the marriage equality debate. Despite Mr Turnbull supporting

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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,