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Higher coffee intake prevents development of Alzheimer's disease: Study

Joondalup [Australia], November 28 (ANI): Coffee lovers, there's good news for you. According to new research, drinking higher amounts of ...

Mining shift workers at potential risk of sleep disorders and sleep loss: Study

Joondalup [Australia], November 26 (ANI): According to a new study, fly-in and fly-out (FIFO) shift workers are losing out on ...

As Australia deploys troops and police, what now for Solomon Islands?

On Thursday evening, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Australia would deploy police, diplomats and defence force personnel to Solomon Islands ...

VIDEO: Michelle Grattan on a crazy week in Canberra

University of Canberra Professional Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Associate Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.This ...

Pat Cummins named Australia Test captain, Steve Smith appointed deputy

Melbourne [Australia], November 26 (ANI): Fast bowler Pat Cummins was on Friday named Australian men's Test cricket team captain following ...

'Paine needs some time and space', says ACA as former Aus skipper takes indefinite break from cricket

Melbourne [Australia], November 26 (ANI): Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) on Friday expressed disappointment following the announcement that former skipper Tim ...

U19 WC: CA announce 37-player training squad

Melbourne [Australia], November 25 (ANI): Cricket Australia on Thursday announced a 37-player training squad ahead of the ICC Under 19 ...

Don't punish the poor: Fines must be based on income

There is a discriminatory, classist struggle in this nation, in which the unemployed, the underemployed and the homeless can be ...

Morrison's top 10 bare-faced lies

What are a few outright lies between friends, international leaders and the entire nation when you're the Prime Minister? Managing ...

Feature: Young Aussies priced out of "Australian Dream" of home ownership

SYDNEY, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- For generations of young Australians, the "Australian Dream" has been hinged on the success and ...

Indigenous Australians given say on new cultural protection laws

CANBERRA, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- Indigenous groups from around Australia will shape the country's cultural heritage protection systems under a ...

Daniel Sturridge pulls out of Perth Glory game because he got cramp after a FOUR-HOUR flight

Having landed in Melbourne, Sturridge made himself unavailable for selection because he was struggling to acclimatise after the four-hour flight, ...

The parliamentary year has wrapped up. How did the McGowan government use its total control?

Mark McGowan led WA Labor to a crushing victory at the polls earlier this year. ...

Mango season is here but be warned a small squirt of its sap is enough to land you in hospital

Mango sap is a nightmare for farmersand a serious issuefor locals.Fruit pickers in the Kimberley are being warned to watch ...

Western Australia tightens border with South Australia after new COVID cases amid Omicron fears

The changes mean only Tasmania and Queensland have quarantine-free travel into Western Australia. ...

Fears Woodside's Scarborough gas project threatens rock art, Pilbara environment

Scores of people ralliedin Karratha to discuss Woodside's Scarborough project. ...

One man dead, two men in custody following fatal Northbridge stabbing

A police forensics officer gathers evidence at the scene. ...

Paediatric patients face long wait times for specialists at Albany Health Campus

Ms Kerr said Freya developed stomach issues two years ago. ...

Perth Scorchers hold off Adelaide Strikers to win first WBBL title in front of 15,511 fans

It wasa first WBBL title forPerth Scorchers who had lost two previous finals. ...

Fire at Atlas Linen factory contained, but residents told to stay inside

The fire caused huge plumes of smoke to fill the sky. ...

Plumes of smoke billowing from the Atlas Linen factory.

A fire ripped through a Belmont linen factory, causing plumes of smoke to fill the sky in Perth. Footage by ...

Corporate watchdog widens investigation into troubled Indian-owned coal mine Griffin

The local shire estimates a quarter of the 5,000 people employed in Collie work in the coal industry. ...

Uranium miner Vimy says Mulga Rock project has beaten government deadline

Land has been cleared at the Mulga Rock project in the Goldfields. ...

Could tourism operators be more profitable by better serving the disability sector?

Chris Kerr has been travelling around WA's Geraldton region reporting forABC Mid West and Wheatbelt. ...

Perth has 50-50 chance of hosting Ashes Test match, says WA Cricket chief Christina Matthews

Doubts are growing about Perth Stadium hosting the fifth Ashes Test match this summer. ...

Ranger Clifford Sunfly has just joined the exclusive night parrot club

Rangers Clifford Sunfly and Samuel Galova installing an automatic audio recording device to detect night parrots, which is left on ...

Disability advocates campaign for more accessible tourism

Disability advocate Chris Kerr hit the road in Western Australia to show some examples of what encourages accessible tourism and ...

Afghan Hazara refugees stuck in SHEV limbo while families face nightmare in Afghanistan

Ali Agha Rezaie says SHEV holders are confused about how to progress their status. ...

Quashing COVID-19 vaccine misinformation in culturally diverse communities

Leila Zandi spoke to a GP she trusted before getting the COVID vaccination. ...

Offsetting agricultural emissions through reforestation would cost 15pc of farm profits

Professor Kingwell proposesreforestation would be most effective if away from productive areas. ...

Rapid antigen tests could form 'line of defence' against COVID-19 when WA eases hard border

Rapid antigen test could be used in WA when the border comes down. ...

Belmont factory blaze

A fire ripped through the Atlas Linen factory in Belmont. ...

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Iconic Australian actor David Gulpilil dies at 68

Canberra [Australia], November 29 (ANI): Veteran actor David Gulpilil, who lit up the screen in his 1971 debut film 'Walkabout' ...

Omicron: What we know about the new Covid variant

Scientists have raised the alarm about the new Omicron Covid-19 variant, first identified in Botswana, which has an ?extremely high ...

Border opening for skilled workers, students delayed a fortnight

The Morrison government has delayed its plan to open the international border on Wednesday to skilled workers and students, as ...

Chinese marines are ideal for Solomons-type contingencies

Hong Kong, November 29 (ANI): In recent years, China has been beefing up the expeditionary capacity - the ability to ...

Australian Research Finds Climate Change Behind Bushfire Surge

SYDNEY - New research by Australia's national science agency shows that climate change has driven a significant increase in bushfires ...

Countries close borders to foreigners amid Omicron fears

Japan will close its border to foreign nationals, including business travelers and students from Tuesday, marking one of the most ...

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