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| July 25, 2017

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MEN CAN HELP WOMEN COPE WITH THEIR PMS SYMPTOMS

May 26, 2017 |

Any woman will tell you premenstrual stress, commonly known as PMS, is a tough place to be – both physically and emotionally. The good news is that, with a little know-how and empathy, men can … Read More

I HAVE NOTHING IN COMMON WITH MY HUBBY — THAT’S WHAT MAKES OUR RELATIONSHIP SO GREAT.

May 26, 2017 |

Go to any marriage counsellor, and they’ll tell you that for a relationship to work couples must share common interests. But what happens when conventional wisdom proves to be wrong?

That’s the question … Read More

HOW INFORMATION ON YOUR FACEBOOK PAGE MAY AFFECT YOUR VISA APPLICATION

May 25, 2017 |

It’s now apparent that how you use your social media can affect your visa application. This was the case for a 36-year-old male petitioner who had his application for a protection visa rejected because he … Read More

WHEN LOVE SUDDENLY TURNS TO HATE

May 25, 2017 |

How does love change to hate so quickly? To fully comprehend this phenomenon we must first study what love is and try to understand it. So far the jury is still out on whether love … Read More

HOPES HIGH THAT NASA AND OTHERS MAY RETURN TO THE MOON – 44 YEARS LATER

May 24, 2017 |

It’s been 44 years since the last human footprint was left on the moon. Now space agencies and private companies are jostling for an opportunity to establish a base there and send tourists over for … Read More

HIGH LEVELS OF PLASTIC RUBBISH THREATENING WORLD HERITAGE SITE

May 23, 2017 |

Henderson Island, in the Pitcairn Group of South America, has earned the dubious honour of having the highest density of plastic rubbish anywhere in the world. The island, which ironically is listed among World Heritage … Read More

FEDERAL BUDGET CUTS LIKELY TO DAMAGE “THE AUSTRALIAN BRAND OF EDUCATION.”

May 23, 2017 |

Following an announcement by the federal government that it will cut funding for higher education in Australia, grave concerns have been raised by stakeholders in the sector. Prof Deep Saini, the Vice Chancellor of the … Read More

FAITH IN CONTRACEPTION COULD SPELL DOOM FOR ATHEISM – A NEW STUDY SHOWS.

May 22, 2017 |

There’s a chance that atheists could die out because they’re not having as many babies as religious people, according to a new survey. For over a century social scientists have held the view that religious … Read More

CAN AUSTRALIANS AFFORD THE FINANCIAL BURDEN OF UNIVERSITY FEES?

May 21, 2017 |

The government has unveiled plans for higher education reforms aimed at delivering “a more sustainable sector, more choices for students and increase transparency and accountability in higher education” as per a statement on the Department … Read More

AUSTRALIA’S FIRST MUSLIM MP: ED HUSIC’S TAKE ON POLITICS AND RELIGION

May 21, 2017 |

Ed Husic is a man of many firsts. He’s the first federal MP ever to be sworn in using the Koran, the first Muslim frontbencher appointed to Kevin Rudd’s government and probably the only known … Read More

MEET SWAMI RAMDEV ONE OF INDIA’S MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE.

May 20, 2017 |

It’s not often a yoga guru is honoured as a guest in Victoria’s parliament – but then again Swami Ramdev, popularly known as Baba Ramdev, isn’t your ordinary tourist travelling down under. For those who … Read More

SADNESS IS NOT SUCH A BAD THING AFTER ALL

May 20, 2017 |

If we always listened to marketers and self-improvement industries happiness would always be ours for the taking. But contrary to the often peddled notion that sadness and bad moods are some disorder, science has shown … Read More