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Climbing

"There has to be a time where Aboriginal people’s connection to country is respected more," the musician told HuffPost.
It's time we used this natural wonder to unite, not divide.
Three climbers died on Mount Everest on Sunday, and a fourth is missing.
A delicate rescue operation is underway to winch the stranded climbers off the rock.
One Sherpa widow’s story, told in 360 degrees.
The latest death has reignited an Everest debate that strikes at the heart of all extreme sports. Of course, what has happened to Maria is devastating, for her family, friends and loved ones. But did she die doing something she loved knowing the risks involved? Yes.
Recent deaths, including that of an Australian woman, have reignited debate over whether climbing Mount Everest should be stopped altogether.