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Leaked Transcript Reveals Refugee Crisis

By Loren Howarth A transcript of a conversation between United States President Donald Trump, and Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull has been leaked. At the beginning of this year, the

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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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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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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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Angela Merkel named Time magazine’s “Person of the Year”

-NRN/Reuters Time magazine named German Chancellor Angela Merkel its 2015 “Person of the Year” overnight, noting her resilience and leadership when faced with the refugee crisis and turmoil in the

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Pistorius found guilty of murder following appeal

Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, following an appeal.

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Ammunition and bombs found on shooting suspects in US

6,000 rounds of ammunition and a dozen pipe bombs have been found with the couple responsible for yesterday’s California shooting.

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British parliament approves airstrikes in Syria

British parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking part in airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria. The legislation has passed the House of Commons today, 397 votes to