The Manus Island detention centre to close officially with all detainees removed by 31 October.
The Manus Island detention centre to close officially with all detainees removed

Manus Island detainees told to 'consider options' as closure of centre begins

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Today marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum which saw Aboriginal people finally counted as part of the nation. Unfortunately the constitutional changes did not carry any force of law that compelled action from the parliament or protected Aboriginal people from discriminatory policies. Let’s support the original custodians of our land to create a better future.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum which saw Aboriginal

Lessons of 1967 referendum still apply to debates on constitutional recognition

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One woman saving hundreds of injured and abandoned puppies #happyfriday
One woman saving hundreds of injured and abandoned puppies happyfriday

This Woman Has Saved Hundreds of Dogs From ‘Dumping Ground’ - Good News Network

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Amazing new technology could help paralysed people walk again, without having to go through extensive brain surgery. Australian patients to undergo trials this year.
Cathie Bromwich
The bond between the refugee and the hosts puts the refugee settlement into perspective.
The bond between the refugee and the hosts puts the refugee settlement into perspective

I gave a room in my house to a refugee – now she’s like my sister

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Ron Leslie
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Tamara York
Virginia O'Keeffe
Wilma Graysmark
Amanda Gordon
Alicat Henry
Gareth Mills
First solar-powered commercial plane to reach the stratosphere.
Brent John McKenna
David Stonier-Gibson
Robert England
Germany's energy prices briefly dropped below zero. How? Thanks to 85% of its energy powered by renewables.
Germanys energy prices briefly dropped below zero How Thanks to 85 of

Germany has so much renewable energy that people are being paid to consume electricity

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Stuart Walkerden
John Hawkins
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Julie Freeman
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Henry Poleschtschuk
Betty Cox
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Ken Brewer
Barry Tattersall
Anna Mycko
The SkinGun that can fix severe burns in three days! Provides promising future for burn victims.
Cameron Dover
Sandra Dougan
Dana West
Lifestraw - a device that looks like a straw and can instantly purify water!
Lifestraw a device that looks like a straw and can instantly purify water
Paul Predebon
Anita Forbes
An alternative look at how we could dispose of our food, less the plastic bags.
Paul Ceely
Barbara David
Keren Alouf
Robyn Berry
Barbara David
Brian Saville
This movable skyscraper could be the future of farming.
Jack Gable
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Cheryl Ford
Senator Larissa Waters has become the first woman in history to breastfeed during Australia's parliament.
Senator Larissa Waters has become the first woman in history to breastfeed

History made as Larissa Waters breastfeeds baby daughter in Senate

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Lorna Doone
Anthony Huttley
Dick van Mourik
Mr Trash Wheel cleaning up our water though solar and hydro energy.
David Mayo
Henry Glowacki
Christine Thompson
Sustainable? Dubai? When camels fly, you might say. A sustainable city is precisely what Dubai’s government says it aims to create.
Sustainable Dubai When camels fly you might say A sustainable city is

The World's Most Improbable Green City

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Michael Allen
Pete Reay
Lynette Singleton