Australian sports stars urged to boycott anthem in AFL and NRL finals - BBC News30 Sep 2016 at 5:05am
Australian sports stars urged to boycott anthem in AFL and NRL finals
Australian sports stars are being urged not to stand for the national anthem during this weekend's major rugby league and Aussie Rules finals, as a protest against racism. The campaign was started by pop culture website Junkee, which called it a show ...
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Anthony Mundine says he will never stand for the national anthem againThe Guardian
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National weather: New front to hit sodden south-east Australia on Sunday
After a week of storms, flooding and tornadoes, the south-east of the country will be hit by another cold front on Sunday night. An incredible ring-like low-pressure system has been lashing southern and eastern parts of Australia since Wednesday ...
South Australia storms: Ring of wind slams into state a day after power blackoutThe Sydney Morning Herald
South Australia weather: power supply prioritised after emergency declaredThe Guardian
South Australia battles second day of storms after blackoutBBC News
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Flat whites and hipster baristas: Australia café culture hits US
It began with the export of the flat white, an espresso-based coffee with a velvety milk top, and the hipster baristas that prepare it. Now Vittoria, Australia's biggest coffee company, is expanding into the US with an aim to persuade Americans to swap ...
Wyatt Roy: Australian PM blasts ex-MP's 'stupid' Iraq trip
Australia's prime minister has said a former MP's trip to Iraq which saw him caught up in fighting was "stupid". Wyatt Roy, a former assistant minister and Australia's youngest ever MP, lost his seat in the July election. He travelled to the front line ...
Australian PM Turnbull calls ex-MP's Iraq visit 'stupid'Al-Arabiya
Malcolm Turnbull disappointed in Wyatt Roy's 'stupid' Iraq tripThe Guardian
Wyatt Roy caught in deadly firefight between Peshmerga and IS in IraqSBS
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The survival of Australia's endangered languages ? an audio-photo essay
Photographer Martine Perret's haunting images and audio recordings from Western Australia capture its landscape, people and native languages ? some of them close to extinction. The work, titled Ngala Wongga (meaning Come Talk), goes on show at ...
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