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'Fundamental meanness': Obama breaks silence to slam Repu...
In a nearly 1,000-word letter, former US president Barack Obama breaks his silence on American health care — a bedrock of his presidency — to slam the Republ...
Police opposed Pisasale's bail due to concern former Ipsw...
New details about why police opposed former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale's bail are revealed after a magistrate withdrew some reporting restrictions on the ma...
Pizzagate gunman jailed after acting on conspiracy theory
An online conspiracy theory about a paedophile ring linked to former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, dubbed Pizzagate, ends with a man being sentence...
Phone taps caught alleged tax fraud mastermind's 'gangste...
Adam Cranston, the son of former deputy tax commissioner Michael Cranston, talked of sending "gangsters" to protect luxury Porsches and other "toys", police ...
What happens when a country strives for happiness — at an...
The small mountain-locked country of Bhutan is perhaps best known for its formal pursuit of happiness through its "Gross National Happiness" program. But at ...
Waters puts forward motion while breastfeeding in Parliament
Larissa Waters says her "partner in crime", daughter Alia Joy, beat her to the punch by "passing her own motion" just before the Greens senator addressed Par...
How the Socceroos can get their spark in the post-Cahill era
The days of Tim Cahill bailing the Socceroos out with his goals are coming to an end, and Ange Postecoglou needs to find create a new attacking spark. But how?
Victorian terror plotters' sentences increased after Mini...
A Melbourne court increases the jail terms for two young terror plotters at the centre of controversial comments by three federal ministers, who had criticis...
Gillian Triggs: 'I've been radicalised in the job'
As she prepares to leave her role after five controversial years as president of the Australian Human Rights Commission, Gillian Triggs says her sentiment is...
Cosby planning to hold sexual assault seminars, lawyer says
Days after a judge declared a mistrial in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial, the disgraced TV star's lawyer says he plans to hold a series of free seminars t...
'If you're overweight everything is worse': Plan to force...
Every child who comes into contact with a health clinic or hospital in NSW will be weighed under a new plan to tackle childhood obesity which one senior paed...
'If you're overweight everything is worse': Plan to force...
Every child who comes into contact with a health clinic or hospital in NSW will be weighed under a new plan to tackle childhood obesity which one senior paed...
Australian spy planes to fly over Philippines in IS fight
Australian military spy planes will start flying over the southern Philippines to help the fight against Islamic State — one month after more than 500 milita...
What your photos and their metadata say about you
Photos are full of information, from your location to phone model, and digital forensics can help extract it. But how is this done and where is it headed?
When your name is Andy Go To School, what do you call you...
Remember Andy Go To School? The Indonesian policeman and his wife have welcomed their third child — and have stuck with their family's unusual English naming...
Wall St flat despite a rebound in oil, Republicans' healt...
Good news for big banks, healthcare stocks and oil companies failed to fire up Wall Street overnight.
Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia consolidate to thwart IS...
The Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia agree to pool intelligence and tackle militant financing as fears grow that protracted fighting in a southern Philip...
People’s Choice: Eeyou Istchee’s candidates for Grand Chi...
It’s election time again for the Cree Nation Government’s top positions. This year will see a new Grand Chief and Deputy Grand Chief elected. Advance polls a...
Trump will be haunted by his Comey 'tapes' tweet
Donald Trump declares he doesn't have tapes of his conversations with ex-FBI director James Comey after weeks of speculation. As far as self-inflicted wounds...
'Death spiral' for power grid after price rise, critic warns
The West Australian Government's decision to almost double the fixed supply charge for electricity in a bid to boost ailing state coffers could see household...
Shrinking whales finding may lead to early warning system...
Research showing whales were shrinking in size ahead of a global population collapse last century may help scientists set up a means to detect a similar immi...
Socceroos need miracle Chile win after Cameroon draw
Australia manages only a 1-1 draw against Cameroon in its second Confederations Cup game, and now needs to beat Chile by two goals to progress from the group.
Crees take advantage of opportunities at Stornoway’s Rena...
Growing up with the Troilus gold and copper mine on his family trapline, it’s only natural that Solomon Awashish of Mistissini gravitated towards a career in...
CPA member anger grows as bottom line boosted by graduate...
Already mired in controversy over management practices and lavish salaries paid to executives, the professional accountancy body is now under fire for the ex...
SA Government distributes 'fake news' to commuters
The SA budget was meant to be all about the jobs of tomorrow, but the SA Government's first post-budget investment was in a supposedly dying industry.
Poverty in Adelaide's north far from Premier's 'beautiful...
If you believe Premier Jay Weatherill's budget message, South Australians are looking to "continue this beautiful lifestyle", but it's a foreign concept to t...
No-one in Royal family wants to rise to throne, Prince Ha...
Britain's Prince Harry suggests that no one in the Royal family really wants to rise to the throne — and that it is duty, rather than desire, that prompts th...
A one-day crash course in medicinal cannabis
There were GPs, nurses, hospital specialists and a row of "tribal elders" from Nimbin — so many people the staff had to set up more tables. All wanted to kno...
'Why so uptight about this?': Doctors, nurses and Nimbin ...
There were GPs, nurses, hospital specialists and a row of "tribal elders" from Nimbin — so many people the staff had to set up more tables. All wanted to kno...
New Town fatal crash pair on the run
Two people are on the run in southern Tasmania after being involved in a crash that killed the driver of the other car and left her passenger in hospital.
Test cricket welcomes newest members Ireland and Afghanistan
The number of Test-playing nations is raised to 12, with Ireland and Afghanistan joining the game's elite and and now able to play official five-day Test mat...
Caribou herd avoids zoo, Cree focus now on own dwindling ...
Quebec’s unilateral decision to relocate a caribou herd from the Val-d’Or region to the Zoo sauvage de St-Félicien has been reversed. Faced with a public out...
AFN signs memorandum of understanding with Trudeau govern...
Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde and Prime Minister Trudeau signed a memorandum of understanding that sets out an ongoing engagement...
The opioid curse: Lives lost as patients addicted to pain...
By the time Heather Fotiades died, she was obese, barely able to move from the couch and in extreme pain. Once an "on-the-go" girl, her father said she just ...
Sexual abuse survivors find joy through horse therapy
Sandra Goeldner has been struggling since her life was shattered by sexual abuse, but she says the burgeoning field of horse therapy has helped her to overco...
Richard Hinds: Outrage gets benched as AFL player pay soars
At a time when many Australians workers are afraid to ask for a pay rise, we are remarkably supportive of athletes getting much more. They should be as grate...
Talking to geese
In Kirkland Lake this past month, I had the opportunity to appreciate Niska (Canada goose) again. A couple of parent geese had decided to have their chicks o...
This is what kids with autism have to say about Pauline H...
Children with autism say Pauline Hanson's call for children with disabilities to be removed from mainstream classrooms is hurtful and makes them feel singled...
Take the plunge with this week's news quiz
The news ran hot and cold this week. Things got heated in politics, but house prices started to cool and it got rather chilly for an unlucky few in Hobart. W...
My throne speech
It’s that time of the decade again: the election for head honcho of the Crees of Northern Quebec. As I write this, there is little to speak of when it comes ...
Funeral held for US student held prisoner by North Korea
Thousands of family members, friends and supporters of Otto Warmbier gather to say goodbye to the American student who died days after returning to the Unite...
Queensland Government will not fund Safe Schools teacher ...
Negative "political ramifications" are stopping the Palaszczuk Government from funding the anti-bullying program Safe Schools once its federal funding runs o...
Change and continuity
Every year the Nation enters stories we have published over the previous year in the Quebec Community Newspapers Association awards competition. Usually, it ...
What research has to say about Pauline Hanson's disabilit...
The presence or absence of students with a disability has little affect on learning outcomes in the classroom, research suggests.
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