Scientists have for the first time found microplastic particles in human stool samples, suggesting that the food chain is contaminated with plastic.
The Federal Government plans to invest billions of dollars into road improvements, which is good news for businesses that depend on smooth and efficient connections between Australia's agricultural and mining regions to ports, airports and other transport hubs.
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The inventors of a device that can pull enough clean drinking water for 100 people per day out of the air will receive a prize significantly higher than than the cost of producing their water - less than two cents per liter.
Although a study showed that a new immunotherapy drug combined with traditional chemotherapy showed promise against an aggressive form of breast cancer, it may not be enough to justify its use.
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In 1992, Francis Fukuyama was so confident that Soviet Communism's defeat had left the Capitalism and Democracy as the last social theory standing, that he wrote an infamous book declaring "The End of History".
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Activists opposed to Women's Reproductive Rights are vowing to target Queensland lawmakers who voted to legalise abortion and erase the 119-year old part of the state constitution that was written before women could legally vote.
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A high level international commission of world and political leaders is trying to rebuild the momentum towards battling climate change, momentum that was destroyed by Donald Trump pulling the US out of the Paris Climate Deal.
Authorities on Nauru arrested the most senior Australian health professional treating people at the immigration processing centre and ordered her deported back to Oz.
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Indonesia is considering tearing up the trade deal with Australia after Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he was "open" to moving Australia's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the Jerusalem, following the United States.
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A new born baby from Sydney is the first outside of North America to get a lifesaving gene replacement treatment, thanks to a new screening program.
The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) was forced to pull its Ebola experts - some of the most experienced in the world - out of the eastern DR Congo just as a second wave of of the wave has been detected in the area.