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Those who feel they deserve success are more likely to fail when challenges arise.
A triangular $5 coin launched this month commemorates the 25th anniversary of Australian Parliament House.
When racers take to Lake Gairdner, SA, for Speed Week, it's more than just a joy ride.
Each Autumn, competitors come together to find the fastest vehicle at Speed Week 2013.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have had a significant but little-known role in our armed forces.
A spate of fatal shark attacks in WA has led to calls for drastic action. But what's behind the attacks?
Photographer Ken Duncan captures images of mothers and children in poor and remote areas.
Aussie ingenuity turned Hollywood director James Cameron’s dream of reaching Earth’s lowest point into a reality.
Roads can be good for the environment despite their bad reputation, says Professor Bill Laurance.
Jeff Carter artfully captured mid-century scenes of everyday Australians – from coast to country.
Tens of thousands of years of culture are brought to life for onlookers every year in the Kimberley town of Derby.
Canberra’s centenary is an opportunity to re-establish what's important about Australia's identity, says Robyn Archer.
Canberra was founded 100 years ago today, but few realise how close the city came to being called 'Myola'.
Australians aren't learning lessons from recent flood disasters, a new report claims.
Describing shark encounters as 'attacks' is misleading and outdated, researchers say.
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Climate change, not human activity, drove Australia's megafauna to extinction, says Dr Stephen Wroe. http://t.co/IVJTp1nbvI
Posted on 24 May 2013
Photographers hit the beach in search of hippos in the surf for a new documentary, Africa: Eye to Eye with the Unknown.
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