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Whyalla community-supported produce grown on salt pan provides healthy alternative
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We have some bad news - chocolate is about to get even more expensive
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Thanks to immersive reality, aged care residents and people living with disability are experiencing the joy of travel
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Women are picking up tools and new skills to nail this 'addictive hobby'
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'Everybody has to change the paddock between their ears': Aussie actor finds homegrown hope
After watching her farm narrowly survive the inferno of Black Summer and welcoming a grandson into the world, Rachel Ward knew it was time to try to do things differently.
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We fact checked Geoffrey Blainey on counting Indigenous people in the census. Here's what we found
In an opinion piece published in The Australian, historian Geoffrey Blainey said Indigenous people were counted in every federal census since 1901. Is that correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
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Is it ethical that non-Indigenous people get to decide on the Voice? An ethicist explains
Two big ethical questions have emerged during the Voice to Parliament campaign: is it fair that non-Indigenous people will get the majority say? And is it fair if one group will get something others don't? Paul Formosa explains.
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Is it worth investing in a battery for your rooftop solar? Here's what you need to know before you buy
In some cases, adding a battery to your rooftop solar system will pay off. But to be sure, households need information about many factors — and there's no single reliable place to find it, write Asma Aziz and Daryoush Habibi.
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'Like a death in the family': Sacred Aboriginal birthing tree vandalised as highway upgrade dispute ramps up
Sacred birthing tree vandalised as highway duplication route dispute ramps up - ABC News
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John had embarked on a family trip of a lifetime. By the time he got home, criminals had stolen his identity
A Melbourne couple had $370,000 stolen from bank accounts in a "horrific" case of identity theft. It has prompted calls for banks to sharpen up against scammers and fraudsters.
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Sinéad O'Connor's former manager on her derailed comeback: 'It was going really well. Then she flew home… to have the operation.'
Sinéad O'Connor's former manager on her derailed comeback: 'It was going really well. Then she flew home… to have the operation.'
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Victoria bans gas connections in new homes from 2024
The Victorian government will ban gas connections to new homes and residential subdivisions from January 1 next year.
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“Oppenheimer” Tells the True Story of the Invention of the Atomic Bomb
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Warnings Australia may record the hottest summer seasons on record
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Concerns Victoria's new land tax could cause more pain for renters caught in tightening market
There are fears landlords will pass on the cost of a new land tax introduced in the Victorian state budget onto renters, a concern the treasurer has rejected as "specious logic".