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Push for better access to technology for breast cancer victims

A breast cancer advocacy organisation is calling for better access to radiation technology that could be used to treat thousands […]

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White lion cubs unveiled to the public

Two white lion cubs at Serbia’s Belgrade Zoo are revealed to the public for the first time.

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Interview: Anne Mossop, Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Oscar Wilde said an idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea. For Ann Mossop of the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, this couldn’t be more true.

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Melbourne Now – Launch weekend

This weekend marks the start of the National Gallery of Victoria’s Melbourne Now exhibition. See what’s on.

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Angelina Jolie writes of double mastectomy

American actress Angelina Jolie, has confirmed she underwent a double mastectomy after discovering she was at risk of developing breast cancer.

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Obama says “Happy Waitangi Day!”

US President Barack Obama and his new secretary of state, John Kerry, have bid all New Zealanders a happy Waitangi Day.

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Obama unveils new gun control measures

Proposed gun control measures unveiled yesterday by US president Barack Obama have been met with much praise, but will the current shift in US public sentiment be enough to ensure real change?

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Deaf musicians feel the beat

A band maestro in a Brazilian public school is teaching music to the most unlikely students: the deaf.

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Baby Puma Missoula is no basket case

The first puma cub born at Berlin’s Tierpark in 22 years is presented to the public for the first time.

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Louise Bourgeois’ public sculptures

Louise Bourgeois’ public sculptures, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Sky high

Apartment living has been redefined with a community-friendly block that challenges conventional views of shared space. Meet the two people behind Wakefield Street apartments whose dining room becomes public viewing for Wellington, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Solomon Islands faces tragic past

The Solomon Islands delves back into its violent past to tell stories about the ethnic violence that rocked the country between 1997 and 2003, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Low IQ among top heart health risks

Intelligence comes second only to smoking as a predictor of heart disease, scientists report, suggesting public health campaigns may need to target people with lower IQs if they are to work, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Swedish author Larsson’s legacy under attack

Former colleagues of best-selling crime fiction author Stieg Larsson have caused a furore in Sweden by questioning his talent as a writer and casting public doubt on whether he penned his books alone, MiNDFOOD reports.

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