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People in the Hunter and around the country are using a unique community program to keep Indigenous languages alive.
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Australian property prices are soaring in a wildly competitive auction market. Here's what you need to know to stay in control.
Indigenous history grounds new Australians
How a virtual glimpse into the world's oldest civilisation changed the course of one refugee's journey.
Clueless at 25 — like, a totally important teen film
Why is a certain nineties hit film still "rollin' with the homies" 25 years on? Film and media gurus 'clue' us in.
A raw deal for young workers
Wage theft, harassment, immediate dismissal. A stark look at the challenges facing hospitality workers.
The greatest threat to Aboriginal Language
Identity. Belonging. Connection. Language grounds us. Dhanggati and Gumbayingirr man, Dr Ray Kelly, reflects upon the importance of Aboriginal Language to inter-cultural understanding and reconciliation.
Women can be psychopaths too, in ways more subtle but just as dangerous
Killer lips? A forensic criminologist shares the juicy truth behind female psychopaths and why they are are less likely to commit murder than non-psychopathic females.