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Britain’s Prince Harry turns 30

As Britain’s Prince Harry turns 30, we take a look back in pictures at how the loveable larrikin has grown.

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Gallery: Kennedy assassination 50 years on

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of then US President John F. Kennedy. We take a look back in pictures.

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Sydney Opera House: a retrospective

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, we take a look in pictures at an iconic landmark that has been a part of many great moments.

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Betty White voted America’s most appealing celebrity

Actress Betty White has topped the list of America’s most appealing actors and actresses for the third time.

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Mobile phone celebrates 40 years

There are currently five billion mobile phone users worldwide. But what does the future hold for this modern life necessity?

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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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Christchurch Red Zone re-named “Rebuild Zone”

Two years since the tragic Christchurch earthquake, slow but steady progress is being made to get the shaken city back on its feet.

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Win $3,000 cash from My Special K to achieve your goals in 2013

My Special K has 3 prizes of $3,000 cash to give away this month. Share what you want to gain in 2013 and if your story is one of the 3 that inspire them the most, you’ll have $3,000 to spend however you want to help achieve your goal.

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London’s “tube” is 150 years old

The world’s oldest underground rail network – London’s ‘tube’ – is 150 years old. The Victorian artery of the British capital, which enabled the city to boom, served as shelter during World War II and has been copied around the world.

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International Day of People with a Disability

December 3, 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of International Day of People with Disability which aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.

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Last Pinta giant tortoise dies

Lonesome George, the last-of-his-kind giant tortoise and a symbol of the Galapagos Islands, dies at about 100 years of age.

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Venus set for rare solar pass

Venus will slide between the Sun and Earth next week, the last such transit for 117 years.

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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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Sky-watchers prepare for Transit of Venus

Next month astronomers across the world will be hoping to get a clear view of the Transit of Venus for the last time in their lives. On June 5 and 6, Venus will pass directly between Earth and the Sun, visible as a small black dot.

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MiNDFOOD Radio: Chris Thornton

Clinical psychologist Chris Thornton talks to us about eating disorders, one of the most common chronic diseases amongst young women in Australia today and the rise of bulimia in recent years.

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Pole dancing, an elderly sport?

Sun Fengqin is a 60-year-old grandmother who has taken up the art of pole dancing in China. MiNDFOOD reports.

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GALLERY: Onboard the Titanic memorial cruise

Relatives of survivors and those who perished on the doomed Titanic are among 1,300 passengers aboard the Titanic memorial cruise. It will retrace the ship’s historic journey before it crashed into an iceberg and sank in the Atlantic ocean in 1912. Take a look at some images of the historic journey.

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Kensington Palace Renovations

Major rework is being undertaken at London’s Kensington Palace, soon to be home to newlyweds Prince William and Kate Middleton. Go behind the scenes at the Palace and take a look at what will be the must-see attraction at the Queen’s Jubilee in 2012. MiNDFOOD reports.

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New Resolve

Confront 2012 head on and ensure the goals you set, stick.

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Cashel Container Mall

The regeneration of Christchurch is ongoing after the devastating earthquake, but one area has been already been given new life. A pedestrian shopping mall made from shipping containers is home to 27 stores as part of the City Mall Re:START project. MiNDFOOD reports.

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Five minutes with Heather Zheng

Nobu Melbourne welcomed American chef Heather Zheng as its new chef de cuisine in July. Zheng is no stranger to Nobu’s unique Peruvian-influenced Japanese cuisine having previously spent three years at Nobu Las Vegas, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Caviar hunters push sturgeon to ‘extinction’s edge’

After more than 200 million years, sturgeon are losing a battle for survival to poachers who have hunted the queens of caviar to the verge of extinction, reports MiNDFOOD.

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Irish eyes smile on Opera House

The Sydney Opera House has turned a shade of green, marking 200 years of St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Australia, MiNDFOOD reports.

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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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