The slow-motion video at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is bare and stark. But it elicits vivid emotions and memories among the small group of people with dementia.
The slowmotion video at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is bare

The Sydney program making dementia brains flourish again

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Alana Sivell
Monica Le Mottee
Amanda Bailey
Staying after class has never been this fun.
Staying after class has never been this fun

Welcome to the world's coolest kindergarten

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Geoff Lee
Marthe Vos
Nicole Rae
In our increasingly cashless society, it pays to keep an eye on what's being deducted from our accounts.
In our increasingly cashless society it pays to keep an eye on

My direct debit nightmare: I spent three years paying someone else's tolls

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Rebecca Moody
Lisa Potts
Sikandar Shahbaz
Only 13 of the stamps exist in private collections around the world.
Only 13 of the stamps exist in private collections around the world

Australian collector breaks record, pays $850,000 for four Indian stamps

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Greg Perry
Shelley Mellish
Min Downie
NSW is set to reach its highest rate of imprisonment for the past century. What happens if we don't find the 7000 extra prison spaces we need?
Nikki Ardgaeithe
Renae Coulton
Patricia Rollins
New research indicates emotional eating might be a result of parenting.
New research indicates emotional eating might be a result of parenting

How giving a crying kid a lolly might make them an adult emotional eater

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Steve Smith
Sally Vaughan
Nicholas Triggs
Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan for the foreseeable future.
Malcolm Turnbull has flagged an Australian military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan

PM drops strongest hint yet that troops will stay overseas indefinitely

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Ros Anna
Adrian Lemke
Phil Jiang
From SMH Sport: If Jarryd Hayne was to return, it would be on Parramatta's terms rather than his.
From SMH Sport If Jarryd Hayne was to return it would be

Jarryd Hayne and Nathan Peats will need to take major pay cuts to return to Parramatta Eels

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Karen Irene Mannix
Tommy Bombo
Most interest-only and investor loans from the big four banks are cheaper than a year ago despite a series of rate hikes and a regulator crackdown aimed at cooling the housing market.
Most interestonly and investor loans from the big four banks are cheaper

Interest rates still lower than a year ago despite recent hikes

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Ian Zuman
The world must change education systems and establish how to work with robots to help soften the blow caused by automation and the internet economy, Jack Ma said.
The world must change education systems and establish how to work with

Alibaba's Jack Ma sees decades of pain as internet disrupts older economy

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Phil Jiang
Thomas Coyne
Thomas Bryon Grierson
Roy Masters: John Coates, as IOC vice president and chairman of the co-ordination committee of the 2020 Tokyo Games, is, right now, the most important world figure in Olympic sports.
Roy Masters John Coates as IOC vice president and chairman of the

If John Coates loses the AOC presidency, Australia loses its voice on the world stage

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Jacqueline Deacon
Dave Prescott
Philip Buckland
Transport for NSW's submission was among 420 others received by the Department of Planning. Many of the submissions raised traffic and environmental concerns.
Transport for NSWs submission was among 420 others received by the Department

Transport department lashes government over plans for 3000 homes on northern beaches

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Michael Harvey
Philip Bond
Phil Jiang
The bind is this: there may be no morally acceptable military option to de-nuclearise the Korean peninsula, even as Washington parades that very eventuality.
The bind is this there may be no morally acceptable military option

There are no easy answers on a nuclear North Korea

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Matthew Bolton
Mischa Nitschmann
Marie Toal
Marea Davies
Susan Charles
The complaint cites investigations by human rights groups and senior Philippine Catholic bishops denouncing the crackdown as a "reign of terror".
The complaint cites investigations by human rights groups and senior Philippine Catholic

Charge Rodrigo Duterte with mass murder, lawyer tells The Hague

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Tom Ultmann
Paul Foster
Craig Stevens
Yikang Feng's colleague got him interested in the reserves and the rest he puts down to "sheer curiosity", "a sense of adventure" and a desire to contribute to his new home.
Yikang Fengs colleague got him interested in the reserves and the rest

From Shanghai to Sydney to Baghdad: Captain Feng's own Anzac journey

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Leeanne Hancy
Liam O'Rielly
Genevieve Johnson
Theresa May could rewrite the electoral record books by winning the most seats in Wales for the first time since the 1850s.
Theresa May could rewrite the electoral record books by winning the most

UK Labour facing wipeout as polls suggest Tory majority

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Dan Rossi
Matthew Roberts
Dan Rossi
When the guard confronted the men, Aniello Vinciguerra told him: "brother I will give you money if you don't tell anyone". Instead, the guard called police.
When the guard confronted the men Aniello Vinciguerra told him brother I

They stopped for photos on the road trip, unaware police were watching

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Ettore Johnson
Leanne Slavin
Kimberley Waugh
Carole Swaby
Frances Obyrne
The Trump administration is looking "very carefully" at Australia's model for financing roads, bridges and other public projects.
The Trump administration is looking very carefully at Australias model for financing

$1.3 trillion plan: Donald Trump looks to Australia for inspiration

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Anthony Graham
Admon Clark
Ian White