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Where there are million of animals, there are millions of tons of waste. In a clever solution to a major waste disposal problem, Australian researchers have found a way to convert 1.4 million tons of Chinese pig excrement into fertilizer and a source of alternative energy.
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Judith Shamian said she's been given a dream opportunity to influence to health of people and nursing, after being elected president of the International Council of Nurses.
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The friendship between Australia and Japan before WWII can be found in the work of Broome-based Japanese photographer, Yasukichi Murakami.
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Remains found in South Australia's mid north identified, no bail for a 13 year old accused of throwing a molotov cocktail onto the Southern Expressway, and a second shift for Spring Gully.
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Holden admits its short term prospects are grim, and it blames falling sales of the Adelaide-made Commodore and Cruze for its 150 million dollar loss Last hurrah? Holden workers, Premier Jay Weatherill and managing director Mike Devereux celebrate as Holden unveils its VF SS Commodore sports sedan at Adelaide's Elizabeth plant earlier this year.
Australia's east coast haven New South Wales, which is seeking to recruit a `chief funster' to promote tourism to Sydney and elsewhere, took the dubious honor for the biggest hauls of steroids and hallucinogens in 2011-2012 in the country, authorities said today.
Australia seized a record 23 tonnes of illicit drugs in 2011-2012 with arrests at a 10-year high, data show, as officials warned the country had become a key target for traffickers.
The band announced on Facebook and Twitter that they will be touring Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth in May and June.
The Kelpie of Few Accomplishments was resplendent in his bandana and plodded dutifully along for the entire inner lake loop.
The West Australian © London stand up comedians Gordon Southern, left and Jimmy McGhie with Perth International Comedy Festival director Jo Marsh.
Simon Reeve is about as adventurous as travel journalists get. The man behind BBC documentaries House of Saud, Equator and Indian Ocean has investigated terrorism, been shot at and suffered malaria, all to bring us thrilling TV.
Vannessa Young, who was born in Newcastle but now lives in Perth, will take part in the pageant with a difference North-born blonde bombshell Vannessa Young will be flying the flag for the region as she battles it out to win a beauty crown in Australia.
Five copper coins and a nearly 70-year-old map with an "X" might lead to a discovery that could rewrite Australia's history.
More than 1200 patched members of the Rebels bikie gang are planning to travel to WA for the club's annual national run, sparking the biggest police security operation since the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in 2011.
A paedophile who took photos of his children's friends as they played together looks set to be returned to New Zealand from Australia.