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It’s International Women’s Day today, and RN’s celebrating with a series of audio portraits of Australian women who did things pretty much their own way. Today, the story of Claire Weekes.
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Based in her own experiences, scientist Claire Weekes was one of the earliest developers of 'mindfulness'.
While one in four Australians were born overseas, the people who own most powerful jobs in Australia in places like our parliament, our universities and the media are still overwhelmingly white people of a certain age.
If you are the one is a Chinese Dating Show that has become a global sensation.
Since 2015, the town of Ballarat has rallied behind the survivors of horrific child sexual abuse in Catholic schools in the town the 1970s and 80s.
How to address poor language skills in 5 year olds - the 'Quaker's Hill" experiment.
Up to five million kangaroos are legally culled in Australia each year, with their meat sent to more than 50 countries around the world.
A low carb and low calorie diet can reduce the reduce the risk of diabetes but how sustainable is it in the long term?
Many motorists say that cyclists should follow the same rules as car drivers.
Giving a powerful woman a new musical voice - virtuoso violinist Leila Josefowicz and "Scheherazade.2"