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YOUNG, progressive Christians are being warned they risk voting for the ultra-conservative policies of the controversial Rev Fred Nile without realising at the coming Federal Election.
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On the Queen's Birthday long weekend in June one of Australia's top stockwomen and Kelpie breeders, Nancy Withers, held up her bidders' card until the selling price of a Kelpie reached a world-record, crowd-gasping price of $5,400 at the Casterton Dog Auction in Victoria.
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Stunt expert Leigh-Anne Vizer is held by a 4.5 metre King Kong hand 300 metres above the city of Melbourne during a 'King Kong' production photo call at Eureka Skydeck in Melbourne, Australia.
Physicians at Monash University and The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia describe the logistic, medical, and societal challenges faced in treating spine trauma in morbidly obese patients.
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr with Pablo Kang, Australian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, during a businessmen reception in Doha.
THE Greens are still weeks away from entering candidates in the political race for the south-west federal seats of Wannon and Corangamite.
Can you imagine taking off to live in a remote outreach 3000km away? Ann Sheehan explains how the red dirt 'got in their veins'. It was meant to be a six month sabbatical, but six years and 3000km later the Sheehan-Lee family is happier than ever.
A professor in Melbourne, Australia, who is on a mission to find a cure for type 1 diabetes, believes that the answer, or part of it, lies with an immune suppressor protein called CD52.
The concept of a poor student is may not be new, but there was a time back in the 1980s and earlier when students finished university armed with a degree and not in debt.
A horseback encounter with a ghostly police officer; a nice girl's encounter with the surfie 70s; an awkward moment with a Sunday school teacher; wild dogs change a treechanger and a maths teacher who found themself in the midst of a world changing event; Gippsland's contributors from to the ABC Open 500 words gather to read their stories out loud ... (more)
Minister for School Education Peter Garrett answering students questions about education, which have been voted on by thousands of students across the country as apart of Student ShoutOut! campaign, run by the Foundation for Young Australians Centre.
Three-year-old William Davidson, pictured with his parents and the paramedics who treated him, survived being crushed by a quad bike three weeks ago.
Police are asking for six jet skiers at who were on Lake Eildon on Sunday to make contact in the hope they may have some information on missing Shepparton man Adam Pearson.
Infant formula is in such hot demand in China that smugglers have been arrested with tins of the stuff under their arms.
As the carbon dioxide in the air hits 400 parts per million for the first time in human history, some are arguing that the best way address climate change is to use the controversial practice of geoengineering - the deliberate altering of the Earth's ecological and climate systems to counter the effects of global warming.
A PEDESTRIAN has died after being hit by a car that crashed through the wall of a bank in the Marion Shopping Centre car park.