Trying to catch a mouse in Australia
Aug27

Trying to catch a mouse in Australia

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British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung murder case in Australia adjourned – BBC News
Aug27

British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung murder case in Australia adjourned – BBC News

Image caption Mia Ayliffe-Chung was just days into her trip working on a farm when she was killed Tom Jackson, 30, from Cheshire, who was injured while trying to save Miss Ayliffe-Chung, remains in hospital with critical head injuries, the police tweeted. Police had described his actions as “selfless” and “absolutely fantastic”. British High Commissioner to Australia Menna Rawlings was in Home Hill, near...

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Scorpene data leak effect: Australia ‘warns’ French shipbuilder, seeks high level of information security – Times of India
Aug26

Scorpene data leak effect: Australia ‘warns’ French shipbuilder, seeks high level of information security – Times of India

In the wake of leak of documents relating to India’s Scorpene project, Australia has told French shipbuilding firm DCNS that it will demand the same level of information security on the new submarine project like it enjoys with its closest ally, the US. Read more:...

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Australia backpacker murder: Man charged over Mia Ayliffe-Chung death – BBC News
Aug26

Australia backpacker murder: Man charged over Mia Ayliffe-Chung death – BBC News

Mr Ayad is due to appear before Townsville Magistrates Court on Friday by video-link. Image copyright Mykah Powell/PA Wire Image caption A friend said she loved her cat Leo, which she got as a pet in Australia Earlier, Supt Ray Rohweder, regional crime co-ordinator from the Northern Region, confirmed a 30-year-old British man, Tom Jackson, who was critically injured in the attack, had tried to save Miss Ayliffe-Chung after she was...

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Kids And Their Pets In Australia
Aug25

Kids And Their Pets In Australia

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Depression: A revolution in treatment? – BBC News
Aug25

Depression: A revolution in treatment? – BBC News

“And just generally I am completely confined to my own home and everything else just feels too much.” Anti-depressant drugs and psychological treatments, like cognitive behavioural therapy, help the majority of people. But many don’t respond to existing therapies and so some scientists are now exploring a new frontier – whether the immune system could be causing depression. “I think we have to be quite...

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Australia backpacker stabbing: Mia Ayliffe-Chung was ‘amazing young woman’ – BBC News
Aug25

Australia backpacker stabbing: Mia Ayliffe-Chung was ‘amazing young woman’ – BBC News

Image copyright Facebook Mia Ayliffe-Chung, from Wirksworth in Derbyshire, went to Anthony Gell School in Wirksworth before going to Chesterfield College to study psychology and communication and culture. She later went to Buxton and Leek College to study childcare. It is understood she travelled to Bali before arriving in Australia. Paul Lovatt, head of pastoral care at Anthony Gell School in Wirksworth, remembered her as...

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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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