‘Bullshit he’s sick’: Tomic hits out at Kyrgios as Australia go down to US in Davis Cup
May05

‘Bullshit he’s sick’: Tomic hits out at Kyrgios as Australia go down to US in Davis Cup

The United States have clinched the Davis Cup tie against Australia after John Isner downed Bernard Tomic in Sundays first reserve singles rubber Bernard Tomic saved his best serve for his own team-mate Nick Kyrgios as Australia crashed out of the Davis Cup with his loss to American John Isner. Tomic fell to Isner in the first of the reverse singles 6-4, 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 (7-4), unable to peg back a slow start on the Kooyong grass. The...

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Dads Get Postnatal Depression Too
May05

Dads Get Postnatal Depression Too

This is the second article in our series on mens hidden health conditions. Read todays article on why men are more reluctant to go to the doctor. It will come as no surprise that some new fathers will be anxious or highly stressed. However, most people believe only new mums suffer postnatal depression. This is not the case. The rate of depression for dads is less than that for mums but our best estimate is that about one in ten dads...

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Weapons seized by Australia may have come from Iran, intended for Houthis
May05

Weapons seized by Australia may have come from Iran, intended for Houthis

(CNN)An Australian naval ship has seized a large arms cache that may have come from Iran and headed to Yemen by way of Somalia. The Australian Navy said that one of its ships patrolling the region, the HMAS Darwin, intercepted a small, stateless fishing vessel about 170 nautical miles off the coast of Oman when it made the...

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Holes Left In Archival Photos Of The Depression Hint At Greater Mystery
May05

Holes Left In Archival Photos Of The Depression Hint At Greater Mystery

These days, there are fewer and fewer people left who remember the Great Depression firsthand, but it still looms large in public memory. After all, a 100-year-old woman today would have been just 13 years old when the stock market crashed in 1929, but the stories of the hardship and fear of that long decade of deprivation still resonate decades later. Maybe it comes off living in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008, but were more...

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Great Barrier Reef Bleaching Is Just One Symptom Of Ecosystem Collapse Across Australia
May05

Great Barrier Reef Bleaching Is Just One Symptom Of Ecosystem Collapse Across Australia

Media reports around the world have brought the mass coral bleaching of Australias Great Barrier Reef into peoples offices and homes. With 93% of individual reefs showing bleaching, the devastation among researchers, celebrities and the public is palpable. Unfortunately, mass coral bleaching is just one example of a far broader problem. Although it represents a rapid and extensive example of ecosystem degradation, coral bleaching is...

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Australia’s “Ugly” Animals Attract Less Scientific Attention
May04

Australia’s “Ugly” Animals Attract Less Scientific Attention

All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others in the eyes of scientists, according to a new study. It claims thatAustralias ugly and uncharismatic creatures arent getting the research and attention they deserve because crowd-pleasing animals are stealing the limelight. The research, recently published in the journalMammal Review, looked at 14,248 academic papers to findthe different levels of coverage 331 of...

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Australia Blames Refugee Advocates After Asylum Seeker Set Herself On Fire
May04

Australia Blames Refugee Advocates After Asylum Seeker Set Herself On Fire

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia blamed refugee advocates on Tuesday for “encouraging” asylum seekers held in remote camps towards acts of self-harm after a woman set herself on fire, while the United Nations renewed its criticism of Australia’s harsh immigration policy. Australian officials said an unidentified 21-year-old Somali woman was in a critical condition after she set herself alight at an Australian...

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This Is What Depression Feels Like…
May04

This Is What Depression Feels Like…

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Endeavour: Has the ship Captain Cook sailed to Australia been found? – BBC News
May04

Endeavour: Has the ship Captain Cook sailed to Australia been found? – BBC News

“All of the 13 ships lost in Newport during the Revolution are important to American history, but it will be a national celebration in Australia when RIMAP identifies the Lord Sandwich ex Endeavour,” the researchers said in a statement. Rimap is a non-profit organisation set up 1992 so that the “diving and non-diving public” could study maritime history and marine archaeology sites in Rhode Island’s...

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Armed With Herpes, Australia Wages War On Carp
May04

Armed With Herpes, Australia Wages War On Carp

Australia plans to tackle one of its biggest environmental challenges with herpes. You heard that right. This year’s federal budget, formally announced on Tuesday, includes funding for an initiative to release herpes into the Murray-Darling Basin to eradicate carp. The invasive species suck in and spit out mud as they eat, muddying the water and damaging the ecosystem, a wildlife expert explained to Gizmag. Australia will...

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