I stand in the doorway, gazing into a dimly-lit, pale-yellow hallway, adorned with old photos. The aged, mahogany floorboards creak beneath Elizabeth and George’s feet as they slow dance; their interlocked, frail […]
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Although there are still fewer than 200 female shearers in Australia, there has been a significant growth in the past few years. Though it can be “quite daunting” to work in a male-dominated world, more women need to try it, says Tarryn Grey, 21, who lives in Kirup, WA.
The blind sports organisation can’t finance its players ambitions on the world stage.
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It’s not uncommon for anti-depressants to have side effects, but what is the impact on young lives when that side effect is sexual dysfunction?
Known for being a great social outlet, street sport is also being used to engage disconnected young people.
Young people discover mental health issues can be an unexpected side effect of ACL injuries.
Smokers who litter cigarette butts are being urged to consider the harm they cause to oceans and marine animals.
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Like increasing numbers of their generation, young professional dancers are choosing a career based on passion.
Endometriosis affects one in 10 women in Australia, so why don’t enough people know about the disease and why is there little help out there?
This 2018 Shanghai study tour story describes how innovative locals are cultivating green space in one of most world’s most densely populated cities.
Experts say the public either doesn’t know enough or doesn’t care enough about Australia’s ongoing war.
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The 2018 Shanghai Study Tour series continues with a look at how technology is changing the way the country manages waste.
Many women underestimate the significance of exercise during pregnancy, health experts have warned.
The union has sent petitions to residents across all four villages on-campus and received personal emailed complaints.