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Scott Morrison says the Coalition will deliver the first budget surplus in twelve years, even as the economy continues to stagnate.
The FeMom device will stick onto a pregnant woman's belly and send information such as heart rates and contractions to an obstetrician via an app.
Human Rights Watch has called for greater staffing and training in Australian nursing homes, after investigating the use of chemical restraints for dementia patients.
Australia's Foreign Minister has expressed concern that Palfreeman is still being blocked from travelling home after being released from detention
Golfrid Sirega, a lawyer with Indonesia's largest environmental advocacy NGO, was found dead earlier this month and his supporters are calling for an independent investigation
The United Nations is warning that reports of execution-style killings of Kurdish civilians, committed by pro-Turkish forces, could amount to a war crime.
UEFA has charged the Bulgarian national federation over racist chanting directed at England players at a European championship qualifier match.
Advocates are urging policy-makers to help reverse population growth and prepare for the effects of climate change to counter food insecurity.
Analysis of job market reveals those with the greatest need for support to find employment are facing the greatest competition for work.
An Australian man found guilty of murder released from an immigration centre in Bulgaria, the UN calls for an independent investigation into the killing of Kurds in Syria; and the President of the Bulgarian Football Union resigns.
Relatives and advocates of Australians stuck in a Syrian refugee camp for wives and children of Islamic State fighters, are urging politicians to act immediately to bring them home.
The Prime Minister has hit back at criticism his government is failing to support farmers, insisting he is doing all he could to assist drought-ravaged communities.
Vulnerable women, newly-arrived in Australia, who find themselves the victims of family violence need to know where they can go for help.
Multicultural communities will be the target of an initiative on the dangers of shisha smoking, with a primary focus on young people.
A forced marriage awareness and prevention initiative has been launched. aimed at reaching passengers at Australia’s busiest airport
An inquiry into regional migration is investigating a drop in population growth across some parts of Australia and looking at how to encourage long-term settlement.
It's traditional for the Monarch to announce a list of the government’s policies at the official state opening of Britain’s parliament, but with a snap election expected in the coming weeks, opposition parties have labelled the speech an 'election manifes
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has asked the competition watchdog to examine why mortgage holders are being charged rates well above the record low cash rate.
The family of Dhruvita Bhatnagar say she’s been separated from them unnecessarily, while her visa application was mishandled multiple times by the Department of Home Affairs.
Four-in-ten aged care workers plan to leave the sector within five years, according to the largest ever survey of the workforce, due to pressure of work.
The Grattan Institute has released a report calling on state governments to put in place congestion-busting charges on drivers who travel into city CBDs during peak hours.
Labor’s shadow foreign affairs minister will argue that Scott Morrison makes decisions against the national interest for 'short-term political gain'.
Annabelle is back from a 6 day Mathew Hussey life retreat in Florida & reads some of her most important notes she took to help with confidence, scheduling, facing your fears & of course she had mortifying experiences that included her screaming at a handsome man in a hotel room & spending the first night lying. Download JoinHoney to save money ...…
As year 12 students prepare to sit their final exams from tomorrow, new research has revealed the changing nature of Australia's workforce is impacting the mental health and wellbeing of young people.
The Orchestra from Zohra are touring Australia for the first time to celebrate 50 years of diplomatic relations between Australia and Afghanistan.
Foodbank's Hunger Report 2019 finds that victims of domestic violence, financial abuse or single parenting make women more susceptible to food stress.
Monday is for grievances and Nate tells a whole state they’re not special. Plus, Kendall Jenner goes Sex Toy Shopping…Snoop Dogg does Kansas…and Marilyn defines brunch for us in Small Town News. WTH #743: That IS Brunch!Download The post WTH #743: That IS Brunch! appeared first on WTHPod.com.By Darling New Media.
At least 35 people have been killed by Typhoon Hagibis, one of the worst disasters to hit Japan in recent decades.
Rural New South Wales communities are bracing themselves for another ecological disaster, despite efforts to save local fish populations.
Australian farmers are desperate to negotiate compensation claims with the Federal Government after halting production because of low flows down the Darling River in New South Wales.
A Kenyan runner has dominated a busy weekend of sport by becoming the first to complete a marathon in under two hours.
Two dead and dozens injured after a powerful typhoon strikes Japan; Turkey steps up assault in Syria, defying the threat of sanctions; and in the A-League, a tense draw in Melbourne derby between Victory and City.
A ceasefire in the US China trade war, the Ethiopian Prime Minister says he is honoured to win the Nobel Peace Prize; and in the A-League, Sydney FC beat Adelaide United in a dramatic five-goal season opener.
The Barkindji people have lived, hunted and passed down their oral history on the banks of the Darling River for more than 40,000 years.
The world's biggest sporting event for athletes with an intellectual impairment has begun in Brisbane this weekend.
The Australian Council for Social Service is pushing for a rise in welfare payment amounts and the idea has the backing of the Business Council.
In Australia, one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage and many grieving families feel they must return to work immediately after.
This week's hearings focused on diversity and heard mixed reviews about the quality of aged care in the mainstream system.
Tens of thousands flee their homes in northern Syria, as Turkish offensive escalates, The Federal Court rules investigation into the Australian Workers' Union that sparked a police raid invalid, Socceroos defear Nepal 5-nil.
A survey, released for the International Day of the Girl has found 91 per cent of girls and young women had a great desire to be a leader, to make positive change.
What it’s really like at the Great American Beer Fest. An odd fellow, frat pledge or horny pervert? Plus, the Governor of Minnesota makes Small Town News. WTH #742: Pheasant SeasonDownload The post WTH #742: Pheasant Season appeared first on WTHPod.com.By Darling New Media.
Turkey says it's killed dozens of Kurdish militants during an offensive in northern Syria, Israel's Supreme Court has overturned a decision to release accused paedophile Malka Leifer, Socceroos defeat Nepal 5-nil.
US President Donald Trump has suggested Washington could mediate between Turkey and Kurdish groups to end the fighting which began after he pulled American forces from the Syrian border.
Human rights groups and protesters say the Queensland government's proposed dangerous devices laws are part of a growing national trend to limit the right to peacefully protest.
United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet is calling on the Australian government to rethink its offshore detention policy.
A super-typhoon disrupts the Rugby World Cup in Japan; plus football, cricket, netball and motorsport action this weekend.
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