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For many young refugees, the collision of their old and new lives transpires in the schoolyard. Helping our educators create spaces of belonging is more important than ever.
How the story of the Irukandji carried Jasmine Miikika Craciun's talents from the rippling shores of Newcastle to the Olympic waves of Japan.
People in the Hunter and around the country are using a unique community program to keep Indigenous languages alive.
Across Australia, hundreds of cold cases lie unsolved. And yet, the family and friends of victims remain frozen in time without answers. So, who fights for justice when the world has moved on?
Citizen scientists are teaming up with University of Newcastle researchers leading Australia’s effort to prevent the extinction of precious amphibians.
A game-changing collaboration aimed at reducing the risk of concussion in sport is set to transform the way footy is played.
Greenest ride? Why this hydrogen fuel produced from thin air and sunshine is sure to rev you up.
How a virtual glimpse into the world's oldest civilisation changed the course of one refugee's journey.
Every day in Ethiopia 27 to 33 women die due to birth-related complications. Teketo Tegegne has made it his life’s purpose to protect new mothers and future generations.
Deep beneath the sea's briny surface lies a funny little critter whose digestive pyrotechnics are so immense that they are literally reshaping the ocean floor.
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Tucked away in Rutherford, New South Wales, lies an unassuming second-hand store whose dedicated volunteers have quietly raised millions for Hunter researchers combating cancer.
“It was really scary – anyone would feel the same, especially when you’re living on a small island in the middle of the Pacific.”
Think it's you? Think again. If you're getting inked, make time to read the legal ink.
Aiding cancer research and helping to solve major issues with male fertility? It’s all in a day’s work for the humble sperm.