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yesterday at 20:10. Facebook
If they won't, Connie Van Eyk - whose husband and son will soon lose their jobs at Hazelwood Power Station - will be looking towards a more radical political figure.

Opinion: Politicians - stop bickering and start listening

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yesterday at 10:16. Facebook
Connie Van Eyk feels like the politicians, amidst their bickering and power struggles, aren't listening any more. She'd be keen to speak to someone more radical if they're the only person who'll take notice - a similar sentiment that delivered Trump the US presidency.

More of her thoughts here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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yesterday at 09:51. Facebook
John Pettigrew is the third generation of his family to work in coal, and grew up wanting to be part of the industry, like many of his peers. He'll be out of work soon, and worries about the lack of planning made for the future of the Valley.
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yesterday at 09:32. Facebook
This is Jason and Lee Mackay's dream home. They built it, and decided to have a fourth child, with the promise Jason would be at the Hazelwood Power Station until 2025.

Hazelwood will fully close in March this year. Their story, and many more affected by the closure, now on Insight. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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yesterday at 08:30. Facebook
Insight is in the Latrobe Valley tonight, talking with people from the communities who'll be most affected by the closure of Hazelwood Power Station and mine.

Follow the conversation on Twitter using #InsightSBS from 8.30pm. Tune the telly to SBS, or live stream the show:

Insight Live Stream

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yesterday at 06:39. Facebook
The closure of Hazelwood may hurt local communities most, but it will also be felt, significantly, in many other parts of Australia.

Tonight, on Insight.

How will the closure of Hazelwood Power Station and mine affect you?

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yesterday at 01:31. Facebook
A group of scientists have received more than $1 million to establish the relationship between language revival and wellbeing – and prove they can cure illness through restoring cultural heritage.

Could language revival cure diabetes in Indigenous communities?

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TODAY, 12:30PM: Host Jenny Brockie will be talking about the logistics that go into taking Insight on the road, and the moving stories we found in the Latrobe Valley. Prepare your questions!
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02/20/2017 at 19:04. Facebook
"Where's the investment in the future?" A special edition of Insight hears from people literally at the coal face of declining industrial jobs in Australia, and the cost of such change on their lives.

Tonight, 8.30pm | [ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/20/2017 at 08:53. Facebook
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02/20/2017 at 06:32. Facebook
When an industry shuts down, the fallout affects the whole community: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Tomorrow night, on a special Insight from the Latrobe Valley.
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02/20/2017 at 04:45. Facebook
"The more you try to control people’s sexual orientation, the higher the economic cost."

via SBS Sexuality

Research says homophobia costs countries up to $100 billion

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02/19/2017 at 18:47. Facebook
Up to 1000 people will lose their jobs with the closure of the Hazelwood Power Station and mine. Some feel they haven't been heard by the politicians, and are now after a radical change.

Tomorrow night, on Insight: [ Bit.ly Link ] | 8.30pm SBS
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02/19/2017 at 07:50. Facebook
Connie Van Eyk's family may have built their lives on coal, but they have no opposition to renewables. For them, it's about an industry planning for the future - and for the future of their workers.

Her story on Tuesday's special edition of Insight: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/19/2017 at 01:18. Facebook
Scientists have a new theory about miscarriages, which could explain why many women go on to have healthy babies after experiencing them.

NB: If this topic has raised any issues for you, please contact beyondblue for support.

Timing when you get pregnant could prevent a miscarriage

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02/18/2017 at 08:50. Facebook
The closure of Hazelwood Power Station and its adjacent coal mine - the size of Uluru - will hit nearby communities hard. But its impact will also be felt widely across NSW, SA, Tas, the ACT and Qld.

What will the closure mean for you? Find out here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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02/18/2017 at 00:57. Facebook
What are the traditional star-mapping techniques that have guided travellers around the Pacific for centuries?

How far they'll go: Moana shows the power of Polynesian celestial navigation

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02/17/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
What happens to a town when its major industry shuts down?
Ahead of the closure of Hazelwood Power Station, a special edition of Insight, followed by SBS Dateline | Tuesday from 8.30pm
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02/17/2017 at 03:41. Facebook
"My latent queerness leaked through the edges of everything I did. My Barbies rejected Ken, stripped off their dresses, and went to bed together. But I didn’t learn any words for female queerness until 1991."

Growing up queer in 1980s rural Australia

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02/16/2017 at 21:49. Facebook
Episode 4: The Valley

What happens when a town’s major industry shuts down?
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TUESDAY 21 FEBRUARY 8:30PM SBS