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Selasa, 21 Oktober 2014

Fruit and vegetables have been identified as a vital key to mental well-being

Fruit and vegetables have been identified as a vital key to mental well-being
 - A University of Queensland study suggests eating eight or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day not only leads to better physical health but improves mental well-being.




Bataluk Cultural Trail

Bataluk Cultural Trail
  -Hit the Bataluk Cultural Trail and get an insight into 30,000 years of Indigenous Gunaikurnai history and culture. Hear dreamtime stories, see scarred trees, weapons, relics and sacred sites, and learn about the traditional lifestyles of the first inhabitants of the Gippsland region.

Australian professor suspended over racist email

Australian professor suspended over racist email
 - An Australian professor has been suspended by The University of Sydney for sending racist emails. According to the BBC, Prof Barry Spurr referred to Aboriginal people as "human rubbish tips" and used racist terms to refer to Muslims and Asians in Australia.

Australia to use mapping technology to reduce suicide rate

Australia to use mapping technology to reduce suicide rate
 - The National Ambulance Mental Health project aims to provide information which can reduce Australia's suicide rate - currently, five Australian men ...

Inequality And Imperialism

Inequality And Imperialism
 - In Australia , poverty is on the rise. More than one million Australians are in severe poverty, with access to less than 30 percent of national median ...

National boost for new Indigenous and tropical health research

National boost for new Indigenous and tropical health research
 - The Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) has been awarded
more than $12 million in federal funding for 12 competitive grants and fellowships to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged populations in Australia and the Asia

The cost-effectiveness of primary care for Indigenous Australians with diabetes living in remote ...

The cost-effectiveness of primary care for Indigenous Australians with diabetes living in remote ...
 - The cost-effectiveness of primary care for Indigenous Australians with ... Additionally, there are 26 Aboriginal community controlled health services, ...

Why coal is not good for humanity

Why coal is not good for humanity
 - They were mainly Aboriginal Australians, and they reminded me of where I come from, and what's important in life. Some were professors, others were ...

Non-Indigenous Australians have to reconcile their needs

Non-Indigenous Australians have to reconcile their needs
 - I'm part of a research team that's adapting a successful project in Canada, where – as with Kevin Rudd's apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples ...

Why Swimming May Be the Best Exercise for Older Adults

Why Swimming May Be the Best Exercise for Older Adults
 - Falling down and getting hurt is a big problem for older adults, and ... Researchers in Australia looked at about 1,700 men ages 70 and older, and ...

Will Australia's economy age gracefully?

Will Australia's economy age gracefully?
 - Finally, Kent notes that older Australia's have less tolerance for risk, “including those associated with new business ventures, developing new products ...

Asia-Pacific Island Nation of Palau Decriminalizes Male Homosexuality

Asia-Pacific Island Nation of Palau Decriminalizes Male Homosexuality
 - impetus to the process of reform among Australia's regional neighbours. Previously, homosexual acts between two men were punishable by up to ...

Prevention the best medicine

Prevention the best medicine
 - For people with degenerative diseases, curative treatments take a long time ... With regard to healthcare costs, all Indonesians should join a health ...

For the People, By the People in Indonesia

For the People, By the People in Indonesia
 - But this isn't the first time Indonesia has dealt with such difficulties. ... the new program would have to empower people so that they could hold their ...

Prison Drug Treatment Unit marks a milestone

Prison Drug Treatment Unit marks a milestone
 - More than 50% of crime in New Zealand is committed by people under the influence of drugs and alcohol and two-thirds of prisoners have substance ...

Hawaii has highest rate of homelessness in America

Hawaii has highest rate of homelessness in America
 - The 2014 State of Homelessness in America report shows Hawaii has 465 homeless people per 100,000 followed by New York with 399 and

Sleeping rough raises dollars for homeless

Sleeping rough raises dollars for homeless
 - Salvation Army's team-based 14-hours homeless event to experience what it must be like for many of the homeless people around New Zealand.

How can we make our cities more liveable?

How can we make our cities more liveable?
 - Researchers studied 400 people and matched their personality type to the time of year when they were born.

How birth season affects personality

How birth season affects personality
 - Researchers studied 400 people and matched their personality type to the time of year when they were born. Photo / 123RF. Babies born in the ...

Gay-friendly travel destinations: The world's top 10

Gay-friendly travel destinations: The world's top 10
 - In 1998 New Zealand was the first nation to adopt the label of "gay/lesbian friendly" when referring to businesses and accommodation – an initiative ...

Maori caucus expects key roles

Maori caucus expects key roles
 - The Maori members would expect that we would be given the opportunities in key roles within the party, leadership aside. So some of those key roles ...

Council adopts Toi Moana title

Council adopts Toi Moana title
 - A Maori member on the Bay of Plenty Regional Council says the adoption of a Maori name is a sign of the organisation's increasing focus on working ...

Indonesia's Joko Widodo focused on solving West Papua problems

Indonesia's Joko Widodo focused on solving West Papua problems
 - "I want to give special attention to West Papua," said Mr Joko in an ... Prominent Papuan woman, Frederika Korain, said people looked with hope ...

West Papuans enjoy fest

West Papuans enjoy fest
 - The food festival has been a very good opportunity for us to come and introduce to people food from the Indonesian culture, especially from West ...

Survival calls for release of journalists and political prisoners in West Papua

Survival calls for release of journalists and political prisoners in West Papua
 - Survival also highlights the plight of Papuan tribal people who have suffered immensely under a brutal Indonesian occupation since 1963. Many have ...