Tag Archives: Australia

  1. A Muslim tells – Thank you Christians

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    06/13/2017 by meneer Soemo

    Thank you Germany, thank you Australia, I thank the Pope and thank you Christians for helping fellow Muslims…

  2. Adelaide’s angry Muslims

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    06/07/2017 by Alie Abdoelrakiem

    Catch Up: Adelaide’s angry Muslims and their disgusting tirade against a non-Muslim female diner.

  3. ‘Festival of light shines on Sydney’s iconic landmarks’

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    05/29/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    The Opera House and Harbour Bridge will be lit up for 23 days as part of Vivid Sydney, an annual event.

  4. ‘Australia’s renewed thirst for gin’

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    05/24/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    There are now more than 130 different varieties of Tasmanian gin on the market. Despite the industry’s rapid expansion, the main players say they’re not worried and the more, the merrier.

  5. ‘The Indigenous artefacts you’ve never seen’

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    05/13/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    The Berndt Museum in Perth is home to what is believed to be the most culturally-significant collection of Indigenous artefacts …
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  6. ‘Q&A: Voluntary euthanasia “not about killing anyone, we will be doing it ourselves” ‘

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    04/11/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Q&A Debate: Would allowing voluntary euthanasia permit “killing” and disrespect life, or give doctors and family the power to respect the wishes of the terminally ill?

  7. ‘Australia Wide: Wearable art offers a modern take on ancient tradition’

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    04/03/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Indigenous art is being turned into clothing that incorporates ethical fashion and traditional story telling.

  8. ‘Australian art show held on beach’

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    03/25/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    David Handley, the founding director, explains how he came up with the idea several years ago of holding the show on Perth beach in Western Australia.

  9. ‘Photographic fame via fungi’

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    03/18/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Joanne Shoebridge discovered why the New South Wales north coast is fertile ground for this acclaimed photographer.

  10. ‘Australian wool sales driven by Chinese market’

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    02/28/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Analysts say the strength of fine wool sales from the world’s largest producer is being driven by rising demand for high end wool in China.


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