Over the past two years, a manufacturing company in Queensland has helped boost the production on 100 Laotian and Cambodian farms by donating a locally made cattle product. The feed not only acts as an alternative to a process which is usually expensive, but also offers an additional source of nutrition for the animals. #9Today
Kate Swaffer was diagnosed with younger onset dementia at 49 and since then has campaigned tirelessly to help hundreds of thousands of others also living with the condition. What an inspiring Aussie. #9Today
"That does not mean that I have enjoyed every story you have filed. But that's not the point of this relationship. You're not supposed to be sycophants, you're supposed to be skeptics. You're supposed to ask me tough questions... It keeps us honest and makes us work harder."
Barack Obama addressed the media at his final news conference. #9Today
A young US girl has become an ambassador for childhood cancer after beating the odds to be declared cancer-free.
Ten-year-old Abby Furco was diagnosed with Philadelphia-chromosome-positive leukemia when she was four years old, and her parents were told she had a 20 percent chance of survival. Though with the help of doctors and the cancer-fundraising St. Baldrick’s Foundation, Abby fought the... View details ⇨
A five-year-old UK boy has had his dream come true after appearing as an Everton mascot in their match against Manchester City. Bradley Lowery, who suffers from neuroblastoma, was the star of the show at Sunday’s match. What a little legend! #9Today