Ancient Super-Eruptions Blasted Volcanic Debris All The Way Across Australia
Aug24

Ancient Super-Eruptions Blasted Volcanic Debris All The Way Across Australia

The east coast of Australia was once lined by active volcanoes that were so explosive that they ejected debris up to a distance of 2,300 kilometers (1,430 miles) away, reaching as far as the western coast of the continent. These super-eruptions took place 106 million years ago, just as Australia was rifting away from Antarctica during the break-up of the supercontinent Gondwana. According to a new study in the journal Geology, the...

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This woman’s emotional postpartum depression story is actually incredibly common.
Aug24

This woman’s emotional postpartum depression story is actually incredibly common.

This story was originally published on The Mighty. I gripped the wheel as I inched across the ice-caked road, my knuckles nearly the color of the falling snow. My thoughts bounced recklessly through my sleep-deprived brain. What if I slide off the side of this bridge? How will I save them all? How can I get them all out? Who left me in charge of three children? How do I even have three kids? I dont know how to do this. What if I am...

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African migrants in Australia report worst discrimination, diversity study reveals
Aug24

African migrants in Australia report worst discrimination, diversity study reveals

More than half of South Sudanese said police had discriminated against them in the past 12 months, Scanlon report finds People from sub-Saharan Africa, particularly South Sudan, have reported facing a high level of discrimination in Australia, especially during contact with police. The finding comes from the ninth Apex gang comprising young men in Melbournes south-east from a range of backgrounds, including Sudanese, Pacific Islander,...

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Australia wins toss, opts to bowl in first ODI against Sri Lanka
Aug23

Australia wins toss, opts to bowl in first ODI against Sri Lanka

Australia captain Steve Smith won the toss and elected to field first in the opener of the five-match one-day international series against Sri Lanka at the R. Premadasa Stadium. Sri Lanka goes int Read more:...

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Australia attempts to derail UN plan to ban nuclear weapons
Aug23

Australia attempts to derail UN plan to ban nuclear weapons

Diplomats force a vote on a report to begin negotiations on a ban in 2017 that had been expected to pass unanimously Australia has attempted to derail a ban on nuclear weapons at a UN meeting on disarmament, by single-handedly forcing a vote on a report that had been expected to pass unanimously. The report, which recommended negotiations begin in 2017 to ban nuclear weapons, was eventually passed by 68 votes to 22. non-proliferation...

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Catelynn Lowell Says The ‘Hardest Decision’ She’s Ever Made Was Seeking Help For Postpartum Depression
Aug21

Catelynn Lowell Says The ‘Hardest Decision’ She’s Ever Made Was Seeking Help For Postpartum Depression

Catelynn Lowell is such a strong woman! Back in March, the The 24-year-old dished to People about the moment she realized she should seek help, explaining that it wasn’t exactly an easy choice to make: “I think it was one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to come to, but I need to do for myself and my family. It was really just one day where I was like, ‘You know what, I think I need more help than what...

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Very Rare Litter Of 5 Dingo Puppies Is Born To Proud Parents In Australia
Aug20

Very Rare Litter Of 5 Dingo Puppies Is Born To Proud Parents In Australia

Most people know dingoes as funny wild dogs in Australia who may “eat your baby” if you’re not careful. Some don’t really know what they are at all I’ll admit that I had to look up a picture on the internet! But dingos are actually an important Australian symbol that have been a part of the continent’s culture for centuries. Another cool thing about them is that their babies are absolutely adorable!...

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Voices from Manus: ‘I don’t want to go to Australia … after what they did’
Aug20

Voices from Manus: ‘I don’t want to go to Australia … after what they did’

(CNN)When Sudanese refugee Aziz Adam landed on Christmas Island, in Australian territory, he thought his days of horror and torture were over. Fleeing without his family, under threat of death for being a member of the wrong tribe in Sudan, he told CNN he would rather die in the ocean than be tortured in his home country. Exposing Australia’s infamous detention center Reopened in 2012 under the Gillard government, Manus...

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Australia’s Boomers to play for bronze after loss to Serbia  live
Aug20

Australia’s Boomers to play for bronze after loss to Serbia live

Live updates: all the live action as Australia fell to a 26-point loss against Serbia in the Olympic basketball semi-final. The Boomers will now play for bronze Read more:...

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Depression over Bay of Bengal; heavy rains likely in Odisha
Aug19

Depression over Bay of Bengal; heavy rains likely in Odisha

With the well marked low pressure concentrating into a depression over Bay of Bengal, IMD today warned of very heavy rainfall coupled with gusty surface wind and rough sea in some areas of Odisha dur Read more:...

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