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yesterday at 13:01. Facebook
"Listening to my reflections on the negative associations of the word “psychotic”, he explained how common my feelings were in his clients. “That’s the media for you,” he said, brimming with frustration."
Listening to my reflections on the negative associations of the word psychotic

A moment that changed me: when the doctor told me I was psychotic

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Paula Haines
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yesterday at 12:30. Facebook
"I went on a date with a guy and it ended with him jerking off and me just sort of two feet away watching him ... I felt like I was an accessory to a sex crime."
I went on a date with a guy and it ended with

Rashida Jones on pornography: 'It's not this dark, taboo thing any more'

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Sonia Singh
Robert Thomson
Hassan Choucair
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yesterday at 11:30. Facebook
Hundreds of thousands joined March for Science rallies across the world. Here are some of the best signs.
Hundreds of thousands joined March for Science rallies across the world Here

Ten of the best March for Science signs – in pictures

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Zulfiqar Ali
Trevor Robertson
Xuan Thang Do Pham
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yesterday at 10:30. Facebook
As Prince Harry has proved, it doesn’t matter what your background or circumstances: mental illness can hit anyone.
As Prince Harry has proved it doesnt matter what your background or

We’re worlds apart, but like Harry I had to face up to depression

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Scott Hillard
Ben Duigu
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yesterday at 09:30. Facebook
Andrea Colledge
Robert Weller
Bev Clark
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yesterday at 08:30. Facebook
Analysing the crux of the dilemma with S-Town.
Warning: contains spoilers
Analysing the crux of the dilemma with STown

S-Town never justifies its voyeurism, and that makes it morally indefensible | Gay Alcorn

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Faraaj Qureshi
Josh Harvey
Stephen Kelly
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yesterday at 07:30. Facebook
Productivity Commission sounds the alarm on the government’s decentralisation agenda.
Productivity Commission sounds the alarm on the government’s decentralisation agenda

Productivity Commission warns against moving public servants to rural areas

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Philip Buckland
Susan M Pearce
Darren Woolcock
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yesterday at 06:30. Facebook
International students in Australia are allowed to work only 40 hours a fortnight, and lawyers say unscrupulous employers are forcing them to breach this cap, then using the threat of penalties to prevent them from reporting underpayment and poor treatment.
International students in Australia are allowed to work only 40 hours a

Australian work visas: students often forced to breach conditions, lawyers say

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Chris James
Darrell S Morrison
Victoria Corcoran
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yesterday at 06:07. Facebook
The immigration minister, Peter Dutton, says he is one of 149 lower house parliamentarians with the ambition to become prime minister but his form has been “rock solid” loyalty to the party leader of the day.
The immigration minister Peter Dutton says he is one of 149 lower

'Rock solid': Peter Dutton says he'd like to be PM but so would 148 others

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GoraniYasi Misic
Arthur Gane
George Edwards
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Guardian Australia
yesterday at 05:30. Facebook
American Airlines has suspended an employee and issued an apology after an altercation on one of its planes involving crew members, several passengers and a young child.
American Airlines has suspended an employee and issued an apology after an

American Airlines apologises to woman hit with buggy by crew member

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Tilley Travis
Robyn Diamond
Kris Eriksen
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yesterday at 04:30. Facebook
Two prison guards tasked with sitting by the bedside of notorious Sydney underworld figure Arthur “Neddy” Smith are being investigated after they allegedly failed to notice the 72-year-old leave his hospital room in a suspected escape attempt on Monday.
Two prison guards tasked with sitting by the bedside of notorious Sydney

Geriatric criminal Neddy Smith sneaks past guards in hospital

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Robert Thomson
Craire Impossubru
Rod Mason
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yesterday at 03:30. Facebook
Paul Daley: "The War Memorial refuses to countenance telling the story of the warriors who died at the hands of soldiers, settlers, militias and black police after invasion in 1788. The memorial has, I believe, occasionally used the black diggers narrative as a fig leaf to distract from its intransigence on the Frontier Wars."
Paul Daley The War Memorial refuses to countenance telling the story of

Black diggers are hailed on Anzac Day. But the Indigenous 'Great War' was in Australia | Paul Daley

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Philip Owens
Alison Holland
Tom Bramble
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yesterday at 02:30. Facebook
"After events this week it is hard not to conclude that Australia would have been better off had Malcolm Turnbull never become prime minister. Harsh? Perhaps, but look where we are."
After events this week it is hard not to conclude that Australia

The incredible shrinking Malcolm gets even smaller spouting 'Australian values' | Greg Jericho

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Travis Satur
Ashley Brown
Ken Rowe
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yesterday at 02:08. Facebook
The immigration minister, Peter Dutton, has dug in behind his account of the origins of a disturbance on Manus Island despite his account being directly contradicted by detainees and the local top police officer, David Yapu.
The immigration minister Peter Dutton has dug in behind his account of

Peter Dutton sticks to account of Manus Island trouble despite fresh evidence

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Jacqui Lewis
Judy Thomas
Chris Holley
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yesterday at 01:30. Facebook
"We’re from a Christian background, we speak English, and there’s the shared heritage between Australia and England. And yet we have to take an English-language test, to prove certain things that are kind of obvious. It’s unsettling."
Were from a Christian background we speak English and theres the shared

'Obviously we speak English': Brits complain about Australia's new citizenship crackdown

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Zoё Harwood
Tracy Cooper
Shane Carter
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yesterday at 00:30. Facebook
“I did worry about women. I don’t know how to tell you this, it’s so embarrassing, but my biggest fear was that Madonna would snatch him up."
– Virginia Grohl on raising her Foo Fighters son
I did worry about women I dont know how to tell you

How to raise a rock star, by Dave Grohl's mum

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Claire O'Connor
Alix Lightfoot
JJ Wilson
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04/22/2017 at 23:30. Facebook
We asked four writers to cook a working week’s worth of healthy breakfasts, packed lunches, snacks and dinners for the toughest of critics: their own children.
We asked four writers to cook a working weeks worth of healthy

Four recipes to get your kids eating more veg and less sugar | Cooking with kids

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Anne Williams
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04/22/2017 at 22:30. Facebook
North Korea has bluntly warned Australia of a possible nuclear strike if Canberra persists in “blindly and zealously toeing the US line”.
North Korea has bluntly warned Australia of a possible nuclear strike if

North Korea warns Australia of possible nuclear strike if it 'blindly toes US line'

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Eleanor Howlett
Phil Slagle
Chris Bennett
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04/22/2017 at 21:30. Facebook
Overcome with grief when her 19-year-old daughter died, Vanessa Nicolson sent a message to her daughter’s boyfriend that she regretted immediately.
Overcome with grief when her 19yearold daughter died Vanessa Nicolson sent a

My daughter’s death made me do something terrible on Facebook

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Nicola Jane
Nyree Harris
Jetta Khan
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04/22/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
'When you finally exclaim, “I can see the air!”, your two best friends are in stitches, scrutinising the life-force emanating from some moss. You join hands and skip into the twilight along what seems like a gossamer trail of possibilities.'
When you finally exclaim I can see the air your two best

What does an LSD-style drug-induced 'higher state of consciousness' feel like?

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Hus Ling Leonard
Lloyd Brand
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