Being more educated on what we eat can only be a good thing.
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What's happened to common census?
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Thousands of Africans are fleeing from rising inequality, a stymied economy and ineradicable poverty.
It's okay, you can still cheer for the All Blacks.
I don't want to sugarcoat it, one night I was doubled over in pain and searched: 'Is my IUD killing me?'
Rulers are obsessed with measurable outcomes, while Pencils need to sharpen up.
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When it comes to conservation, human beings are the elephant in the room.
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Not just on World Humanitarian Day, but every day.
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It's high time we developed the courage to act independently and prioritise our own national interests.
Instead make small and realistic changes to your eating habits over the long run.
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Uganda's approach is also a smart vision for how to support refugees in a sustainable way.
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All Australians -- young and old -- step up, stand together and be ready to vote so that love can win.
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Question Time is not about to get a lot quieter.
She may soon have one of the UN's most prestigious podiums at her disposal to affirm Australia's commitment to helping with the education crisis.
Yet some people are frightened to acknowledge our disgraceful past.
He makes the first moves, while the women wait passively for attention, dates, and a rose.
Wasted time matters. It affects lives.
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All I know about mine is that they play the piano after 10pm and have a fluoro orange pen.
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It's about changing your internal dialogue.
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Question Time is about to get a lot quieter.
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We ate sugar, jumped on trampolines without walls, and played in redback-riddled hideaways.
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The U.S. has indeed set an example for the rest of the world, but perhaps not the one Senator John McCain had in mind.
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Don't hound your employees or you'll get paw performance.
Politicians shouldn’t get away with this, but they can and they are.
While strolling through Seoul, it's easy to forget you're less than 60 kilometres from the world's most repressive country.
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"Brother, when will we leave this island?" he asked me. I answered: "I don't know."
Wouldn't you vote 'yes' if it meant saving the lives of real people?
Having your ID recorded to get a beer is not normal.
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It takes a village to raise a child, but what happens when there are no villagers?
It was nice meeting you but I forgot your name as soon as you said it...
Inventiveness is the key.
"Your newborn kind of looks like an alien... "