Anti-nuclear protests in Japan commemorate Fukushima anniversary

Public sentiment in Japan has turned against nuclear energy in the two years since its devastating nuclear disaster, but while many would like to see a zero nuclear power future – will it be possible?

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Nova Peris gets Prime Minster Gillard’s vote for NT senate

Australia may have its first indigenous senator in Nova Peris, after this week’s announcement from Prime Minister Gillard endorsing the former Olympian as a candidate at the next federal election.

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New Zealand General Election

After a day of voting early results in New Zealand’s election favour prime minister John Key and his centre-right National Party to win by a landslide. We take a look at the day’s events in pictures. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Ireland to vote on blasphemy ban

Ireland’s justice minister has announced there will be a referendum on whether to maintain the country’s controversial law against blasphemy, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Climate change is a fact, says China

A deputy director of China’s most powerful economic ministry has come out swinging against climate change denial, MiNDFOOD reports.

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‘Sloppy’ Key to sell uranium shares

NZ Prime Minister, John Key, has admitted to being “sloppy” after it was revealed he owns shares in an Australian mining company which has uranium interests, despite the country’s anti-nuclear stance, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Death toll rises in Haiti

Bodies are being piled up on the streets of Haiti’s capital as the country’s Prime Minister estimates 100,000 people might have died in yesterday’s earthquake.

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Rudd pens ‘cute’ children’s book

Australian PM Kevin Rudd authors a children’s book featuring his family pets, MiNDFOOD reports.

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