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Sharing radiochemistry expertise with an IAEA training course
‘Children are returning with nothing’: Thousands of Afghan families leave Pakistan to avoid potential deportation
National road-user charges are needed – and most people are open to it, our research shows
Doctors are being sexually harassed at work. This needs to stop
Brown, red, black, riceberry – what are these white rice alternatives, and are they actually healthier?
Open Call for an Immediate Ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and Israel to Prevent a Humanitarian Catastrophe and Further Loss of Innocent Lives
Bioeconomy is a catalyst for agrifood systems transformation to greater sustainability
World Food Forum: Bridging technological gaps in Low- and Middle-Income Countries and Small Island Developing States
First-ever global estimation of the impact of disasters on agriculture
$7.3M grant to expand wheat pathogen surveillance 12 October
New funding to ensure 370 million children receive polio vaccinations and to boost health innovation in low-income countries
ABC has 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup covered
1 in 10 babies worldwide are born early, with major impacts on health and survival
FAO broadens scope of innovative water monitoring tool to include the whole world
Security Council Press Statement on Terrorist Attacks in Mastung, Balochistan and Hangu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Day 3: Times Higher Education Summit 2023
Induce Taliban to End ‘Gender Apartheid’ in Afghanistan through All Available Means, Speakers Urge Security Council, Alarmed by Growing Oppression of Women, Girls
Analysis – Gulf Cooperation Council’s shelf-life limit for chilled vacuum-packed red meat
Regiment happy to blow its fake horn
Baw Baw welcomes 38 new citizens
237 New Citizens welcomed to The Hills Shire on Citizenship Day
Afghanistan, Taliban and legacy of 9/11
Over 150 Playford residents become Aussies this Australian Citizenship Day
Nearly one child born every second faces risk of stunted growth by 2030 without action
INB Bureau to develop a proposal for negotiating text of the pandemic accord
Female genital cutting remains a taboo subject in Pakistan, preventing real progress from being made
Expert Insights: China’s future in Southeast Asia
Opinion: Greater R&D investment essential to unlocking our potential as a nation
PAKISTAN: One year on, children fear repeat of worst floods on record that destroyed their homes, schools, food
Statement of the Thirty-sixth Meeting of the Polio IHR Emergency Committee
159 new police recruits sworn in to start their policing career
NSW new bring back memories not measles
WA curriculum gets equivalence approval in Trkiye
Australian Muslim Artists Art Prize 2023
Afghan women’s football team a symbol of resistance against Taliban repression
America’s diminishing influence in charting a new world order
Clean Power Payment – James Shaw Speech
In the future, we could snuff out cyclones. But weather control comes with new risks
New book on local experiences in dog-mediated rabies elimination in Asia
Do phrases like ‘global boiling’ help or hinder climate action?
Wild bird feeding surged worldwide during lockdowns. That’s good for people, but not necessarily for the birds
Human Rights Committee Concludes One Hundred and Thirty-Eighth Session after Adopting Concluding Observations on Reports of Brazil, Burundi, Colombia, Cyprus, Lesotho, State…
Member States continue work on potential pandemic accord
33 new citizens welcomed from all corners of the shire and world
CDU EXPERT: Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting not ended in today’s world
Human Rights Council Adopts Resolution on Cooperation With and Assistance To Ukraine, Adopts Session Report Ad Referendum, and Concludes Fifty-Third Regular Session
Human Rights Council Concludes Fifty-Third Regular Session After Adopting 30 Resolutions and Holding an Urgent Debate on Religious Hatred
2023-24 Australian domestic summer confirmed