Goodbye Tony Abbott?
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Goodbye Tony Abbott?

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Parody. A June 2017 Guardian poll suggests that only 18 percent of Australians think Tony Abbott should stay in politics. The Feed pays a very tongue in cheek tribute to Mr Abbott.

Parody. A June 2017 Guardian poll suggests that only 18 percent of Australians think Tony Abbott should stay in politics. The Feed pays a very tongue in cheek tribute to Mr Abbott.

Mayor marries crocodile. Seriously.
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Mayor marries crocodile. Seriously.

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The mayor of a Mexican town has married a crocodile in a tradition meant to bring luck to the town.

The mayor of a Mexican town has married a crocodile in a tradition meant to bring luck to the town.

How America's travel bans affect school kids
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How America's travel bans affect school kids

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A team of talented school kids has been banned from entering America after winning a robotics competition - simply because they're from Afghanistan.

A team of talented school kids has been banned from entering America after winning a robotics competition - simply because they're from Afghanistan.

Ransomware attack crippled businesses
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Ransomware attack crippled businesses

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July 2017. A global ransomware attack that originated from Eastern Europe has landed in Australia, crippling Cadbury's.

July 2017. A global ransomware attack that originated from Eastern Europe has landed in Australia, crippling Cadbury's.

'CNN Man' responds to Trump bashing GIF
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'CNN Man' responds to Trump bashing GIF

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The Feed parodies Donald Trump's 'CNN Man' bashing tweet.

The Feed parodies Donald Trump's 'CNN Man' bashing tweet.

Waleed Aly invokes #SendForgivenessViral
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Waleed Aly invokes #SendForgivenessViral

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In response to Sonia Kruger's arguments against Muslim migration, The Project host Waleed Aly evaluates the way Australians respond to fear and inflammatory comments amid what ...

In response to Sonia Kruger's arguments against Muslim migration, The Project host Waleed Aly evaluates the way Australians respond to fear and inflammatory comments amid what he calls the "inertia of outrage". Aly calls for a more constructive and constrained approach to criticism and hostility, suggesting we should send forgiveness viral.

Drones
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Drones

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A look into drones - the risks and who is policing them

A look into drones - the risks and who is policing them

United Nations says drugs should be decriminalised
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United Nations says drugs should be decriminalised

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July 6 2017. Drugs should be decriminalised in order to reduce drug fatalities and HIV rates, the UN and WHO said today.

July 6 2017. Drugs should be decriminalised in order to reduce drug fatalities and HIV rates, the UN and WHO said today.

Children describe effect of drought on farm life
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Children describe effect of drought on farm life

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Three sisters being raised on a NSW farm describe the impact of the drought on their family property.

Three sisters being raised on a NSW farm describe the impact of the drought on their family property.

The 'dark web': Is a free internet worth risking privacy?
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The 'dark web': Is a free internet worth risking privacy?

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Did you know that your Medicare details could be selling on the dark web for less than $30? What's more important - a free internet, or our privacy?

Did you know that your Medicare details could be selling on the dark web for less than $30? What's more important - a free internet, or our privacy?

The commercialisation of activism
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The commercialisation of activism

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Members of the Russian activist group, Pussy Riot, are challenged with questions about the effectiveness of some of their tactics and given a chance to respond to the ...

Members of the Russian activist group, Pussy Riot, are challenged with questions about the effectiveness of some of their tactics and given a chance to respond to the accusations that they're simply using activism as a successful business model. (Coarse language.)

North Korea launches missile that could hit Australia
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North Korea launches missile that could hit Australia

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On July 4 2017, North Korea launched its first supposedly inter-continental missile.

On July 4 2017, North Korea launched its first supposedly inter-continental missile.

Remembering Bob Hawke
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Remembering Bob Hawke

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a 60 Minutes tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.

a 60 Minutes tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.

Stuart Kelly: The tragic cost of bullying
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Stuart Kelly: The tragic cost of bullying

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In 2012, 19-year-old Thomas Kelly was killed in a cowardly one-punch attack, prompting Sydney's strict 'lock-out' laws. Four years later, his little brother Stuart committed ...

In 2012, 19-year-old Thomas Kelly was killed in a cowardly one-punch attack, prompting Sydney's strict 'lock-out' laws. Four years later, his little brother Stuart committed suicide due to the hate and bullying placed on him by a society that blamed him for killing Sydney's night life.

Children of the revolution
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Children of the revolution

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The latest global protest phenomenon has school kids going on strike, abandoning the classroom and taking to the streets to demand action on climate change. It’s a campaign ...

The latest global protest phenomenon has school kids going on strike, abandoning the classroom and taking to the streets to demand action on climate change. It’s a campaign that started with one teenager in Sweden.

Hattie puts NAPLAN results into perspective
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Hattie puts NAPLAN results into perspective

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The University of Melbourne's Professor John Hattie evaluates criticisms that there have only been small improvements in schools over the 10 years since the National ...

The University of Melbourne's Professor John Hattie evaluates criticisms that there have only been small improvements in schools over the 10 years since the National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy began.

Joanna Lumley on lessons learnt
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Joanna Lumley on lessons learnt

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Former model, actress and television presenter Joanna Lumley has used her profile to campaign for many causes over the years, including the environment. In an interview with ...

Former model, actress and television presenter Joanna Lumley has used her profile to campaign for many causes over the years, including the environment. In an interview with Leigh Sales, she discusses her joy in not being known when she travels to far-flung parts of the planet to film her well-received travel documentaries. She also shares the lessons she has learned throughout her life.

Second chance for school formal
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Second chance for school formal

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School formals are often a young persons first opportunity to get dressed up, eat something fancy and listen to speeches that acknowledge their journey into adulthood. But ...

School formals are often a young persons first opportunity to get dressed up, eat something fancy and listen to speeches that acknowledge their journey into adulthood. But some kids miss out on this right of passage due to issues including their mental health. This year, for the first time ever, some of those people were able to make up for what they missed out on.