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Celebrities join global protests over climate change

Street protests demanding urgent action on climate change attracted hundreds of thousands of marchers in more than 2,000 locations worldwide.

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Fight to save Tasmanian devil goes global

Tasmanian devils will be placed in zoos around the world, as part of an effort to save the species from extinction.

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Saudi women could drive country to economic prosperity

The nephew of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has made a case for women drivers in his country, arguing that it makes economic sense.

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Getting to school at all costs

These students battle the elements and war zones, climb mountains, cross rivers and dangerous bridges so that they can attend school. Watch as they defy the odds all in the name of education.

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Switching off for Earth Hour

Earth Hour – the annual lights-off phenomenon – will once again plunge the world into darkness for an hour on Saturday.

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Epilepsy – Purple Day

Epilepsy is a complex condition that can affect anyone at anytime. Carol Ireland, CEO of Epilepsy Australia, explains the various types of seizures, signs and symptoms associated with the condition and how we can help on Purple Day.

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The gift of sound

Four in every 1000 children are born profoundly deaf. The Sound World is giving the gift of sound to deaf children worldwide. We speak to the organisation’s founder Rosa Alpert about the initiative and it’s official ambassador, designer, Akira Isogawa.

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Olympic Faces

These are the hair-raising moments that have captured the worlds attention thus far during the emotion-packed London Olympic games.

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A family tradition

Since its beginnings more than 150 years ago, New York beauty company Kiehl’s has continued to provide devoted customers worldwide with fine quality skin and hair care, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Online dating gains acceptance

If you spent Valentine’s Day looking for love online then you are among the one in three Internet users who regard the web as a good place to find a relationship, according to a new study, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Apple iPad

Janet Wilson test drives Apple’s newest gadget du jour, which is changing how we think about personal computers and setting hearts worldwide aflutter – the iPad, MiNDFOOD Radio presents.

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Mel Gibson’s dark comeback

Eight years have passed since Mel Gibson starred in a major Hollywood movie, but not because of his well-publicised personal problems. Rather, he said he grew bored with the career that made him a star, reports MiNDFOOD.

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“Avatar” hits $1.6 billion worldwide

In an unprecedented display of strength, “Avatar” led the worldwide box office for a fifth consecutive weekend, fast catching up on all-time champ “Titanic,” distributor 20th Century Fox said on Sunday, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Forty-eight hours in wintry Helsinki

Forty-eight hours in wintry Helsinki

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Under the Spotlight: Emily Blunt

British actress Emily Blunt first captured worldwide attention in 2006’s “The Devil Wears Prada” and earned a Golden Globe best supporting actress nomination for her portrayal as Meryl Streep’s assistant.

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‘Avatar’ earns $1 billion worldwide

James Cameron’s “Avatar”, reportedly the most expensive movie ever made, rakes in $1 billion worldwide, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Annie Lennox’s Charity work

Images of UK pop star Annie Lennox and her work for charity worldwide, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Five minutes with: Claude Defrense

French-born Claude Defrense is the International Make-Up Artist/Trainer for Clarins worldwide, responsible for designing all the new make-up looks and products, MiNDFOOD reports.

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New Year’s Eve Around the World

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