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Source: ABC News/Topic: Business, Economics and Finance
'Very infectious' miner tests positive for COVID-19 after arriving in SA from Melbourne
Source: ABC News/Topic: COVID-19
Western Sydney residents enjoy freedoms after months of harshest lockdown restrictions
Source: ABC Western Sydney/Topic: COVID-19
'Sometimes a language is held by one or two people': Fears for Indigenous culture if COVID spreads
Remote communities are calling for special measures to protect First Nations elders, fearing 'irreplaceable' cultural loss if COVID-19 reaches vulnerable people as restrictions ease.
Source: AM/Topic: Indigenous Culture
Siki found her 'perfect boyfriend' during the pandemic. But he isn't real
China's dating scene is booming, with young adults flocking to chatbots and apps to find love. While the concept of romance is being reshaped by technologies, there's a catch.
Source: ABC News/Topic: Relationships
Are we doing enough for Afghan refugees?
Since the Taliban retook the country, millions of Afghans have fled to Iran or Pakistan to try for resettlement elsewhere. But it's a long process that mostly ends in disappointment. Is Australia doing enough to help?
Source: ABC Radio/Topic: Refugees
How chest binders are a 'phenomenal gift' for gender diverse people like Andrew
Without binders, many people resort to using tape and bandages to compress their chests, which can cause safety issues. A project in Far North Queensland hopes to help.
Source: ABC Far North/Topic: LGBT
Archibald winner Nora Heysen was devastated by men telling her she painted 'the wrong way'
Nora Heysen was the first woman to win the Archibald Prize, but she was devastated by the stinging criticisms of men who told her that women couldn't make art.
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: Art History
'Nothing has changed': Call to action over Indigenous suicide
It's been 18 months since the WA government vowed to improve mental health services in the state's north, but Aboriginal health experts say more needs to be done.
Source: ABC Kimberley/Topic: Mental Health
Job interviews are getting longer and more demanding. Here's how to handle it
The 'marathon interview' has exploded in popularity since the outbreak of the pandemic. So how do you navigate this 'trial by fire' and score the job?
Source: ABC Everyday/Topic: Work
Your Mental Health
Tapping into our inner captain in times of crisis
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: Work
How to use gardening to practice mindfulness and manage your mental health
Source: ABC Everyday/Topic: Gardening
Hibernating bears hold some lessons for readjusting to life after lockdown
Source: ABC News/Topic: Lockdown
Moments in History
Century-old trophy finally returned to war hero's family
A piece of silverware dating back to 1909 has been returned to the recipient's family after spending 40-odd years on the mantelpiece of someone else's home.
Source: ABC Goulburn Murray/Topic: History
What happened after Princess Diana wore a jumper designed by Australia's Jenny Kee
Clothes created by pioneering Australian designers Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson have been worn by royalty and rock stars. A new documentary explores their artistic contribution and their colourful lives.
Source: ABC News/Topic: Style and Fashion
WWI badge found buried in Tasmania's highlands reveals a mother's 'tragic' story
The discovery of a World War I badge by a metal detectorist has unearthed the heartbreaking story of a single mother who lost two sons in the conflict.
Source: ABC News/Topic: World War 1
Dates That Made History – Series 2 Episode 10 The Year 1000
What happened in the year 1000? Nothing: this date does not correspond to any major event. The passage from the first to the second millennium was not really an event for those who lived through it.
Source: iview/Topic: EDUCATION
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