By: Michael Crooks International travel has returned to Australia. Well, to only one country, but that’s not a bad start for a world still in the grip of a pandemic.
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Facebook lost a lot of friends in Australia when it banned the sharing of news content on its services.
A Macquarie Dictionary senior editor said the Word of the Year competition is the one time of year where the public can have their input.
Australian Red Cross Lifeblood has issued an urgent appeal for 16,000 additional people to give blood or plasma during the next two weeks.
While parents normally try to teach their kids “It’s not all about you”, author Gabbie Stroud says this moment in time is an exception.
“Sometimes, I still cannot believe that a surgery, which was over so quick, turned things around for our family… for Joanna.”
“As a parent, I feel the weight of responsibility for providing for my young family… that miracle moment is something that I’ve never forgotten.”
More than two in five Aussies have experienced fewer colds and flus since social distancing and hygiene practices were introduced compared to last year.
Instruments for the Outback is a program helping indigenous kids in remote parts of Australia to learn to play and record music.
Social distancing has hit young people pretty hard, but Red Frogs Australia are finding ways to ensure no one isolates alone.