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T20 World Cup: Australia v Bangladesh

T20 World Cup: Australia v Bangladesh

Australia has restored some pride to its failed ICC T20 World Cup Campaign, cruising to a seven wicket victory in its last match over host nation Bangladesh in Dhaka, AMELIA DAWKINS reports.

Big hitting Windies topple Australia in T20 World Cup classic

Big hitting Windies topple Australia in T20 World Cup classic

A big hitting cameo from Calypso Captain Darren Sammy has led the West Indies to a nail-biting ICC T20 World Cup win against Australia in Dhaka, Bangladesh, WRITES THOMAS NANCARROW.

Red Cross release First Aid app for World First Aid Day

Red Cross release First Aid app for World First Aid Day

The Australian Red Cross have released a revoluntionary First Aid app to give on-the-go access to medical information. KASSIE DAHLENBURG reports.

Money the main factor in lack of male teachers

Money the main factor in lack of male teachers

Poor pay is seen as the leading deterrent for males choosing not to work as teachers throughout South Australia. JOE ELLIOT reports.

Australia’s oblivion: a national crisis

Australia’s oblivion: a national crisis

In reponse to the comments surrounding Indigenous AFL star Adam Goodes’, TRISH O’LOUGHLIN shares her opinion about racism in Australia.

A solo canoe journey down the Murray

A solo canoe journey down the Murray

Over 45 consecutive days, Colin Sheringham canoed 2200kms along the River Murray. BERNHARD SAYER writes.

Bringing cemetary tourism to life

Bringing cemetary tourism to life

Australians flock to the pyramids and Gallipoli, but mention cemetery tourism in Australia and the reaction is deathly silence. PHOEBE BOWDEN reports.

Where the bloody hell are ya? Right here, apparently

Where the bloody hell are ya? Right here, apparently

The most recent release of statistics on Australian tourism show the sector has had an incredible increase. LARA GARDNER reports.

Jelly Baby Month provides sweet support for diabetes

Jelly Baby Month provides sweet support for diabetes

Cases of Type 1 diabetes (T1D) are increasing by more than three per cent a year and affecting the daily lives of Australian children. In an effort to combat the disease and discover a cure, Jelly Baby Month aims to raise funds for dedicated T1D research projects. SARAH SPENCER reports.

The fashion industry forced to stay on trend

The fashion industry forced to stay on trend

Sydney has just wrapped up the latest Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia (MBFWA) to showcase the Autumn/Winter 2013 collections by our home-grown designers. CORALIE REDDEN reports.