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US withdraws from UNHRC

US withdraws from the United Nations Human Rights Council, saying there is a “chronic bias” against Israel.

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CSU investigating student party

CHARLES Sturt University (CSU) is investigating a post-exam party where students dressed as Nazi guards, Jewish concentration camp prisoners and Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members.

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US quits UNHRC

Incitement legislation set to become law in NSW



Fears for Fayman’s future

AJAX endured a weekend from hell, with the seniors’ 75-point drubbing compounded by what could be a career-ending knee injury to one of the Jackas’ all-time greats, David Fayman. But there was good news in the VFLW, with Toni Hamilton scoring her first goal.

Yudelman qualifies for Ironman 70.3 Worlds

Maccabi NSW triathletes Brett Yudelman and Paul Ephron competed in the 2018 Cairns Asia Pacific Ironman 70.3 Championships, a world championships qualifying event.


IDF to tackle rising Gazan fire threat

As Gaza arsonists branch out from kites to balloons, the IDF has started intensifying its response, with a series of strikes.

Segev charged with spying for Iran

Israel has charged a former government minister with spying for Iran, claiming that he met his Iranian handlers in a series of secret meetings in hotels around the world.


A paper round to astound

When Justine Kuran bought a quilling kit from a two dollar shop, she did not dream that she would become a master of the art form — much less, that she would be launching her first solo exhibition just five years later.

Adrenaline rush

A ski adventure on a some of the world’s most spectacular mountains provides the backdrop for two champion Aussie skiers to discuss the fear factor.


Win tickets to The Man in the Attic

The Australian premiere of The Man In The Attic, written by one of Australia’s most internationally-produced playwrights, Timothy Daly, and directed by world-class director Moira Blumenthal, will be staged at the Eternity Playhouse in


25 hours of tech-free bliss

As the power of technology to communicate and inform is equalled by its capacity to distract and disrupt, only an obligation to fully switch off allows me to truly switch on.

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