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Indigenous gap closing at snail’s pace

“The higher the level of education, the smaller the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous employment,” Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said at an event for Indigenous high achievers at Parliament House on Monday 13 February 2017. “For tertiary-educated Indigenous people, there ...

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Indigenous gap closing at snail’s pace

“The higher the level of education, the smaller the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous employment,” Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said at an event for Indigenous high achievers at Parliament House on Monday 13 February 2017. “For tertiary-educated Indigenous people, there ...

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Top model also a role model for intersex kids

Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele is a rangy 178 centimetres tall. Mousey-blonde haired and milky-skinned, she has an impish, slightly androgynous look. As well as strutting catwalks, Odiele is helping break a taboo by recently declaring herself as intersex. Odiele ...

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Top model also a role model for intersex kids

Belgian model Hanne Gaby Odiele is a rangy 178 centimetres tall. Mousey-blonde haired and milky-skinned, she has an impish, slightly androgynous look. As well as strutting catwalks, Odiele is helping break a taboo by recently declaring herself as intersex. Odiele ...

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Kids a priority for lobby against alcohol abuse

“Nothing good happens after midnight.” Michael Thorn, chief executive of the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE), drops this aphorism in a conversation about lockout laws. The erosion of lockout laws, and how it affects the wellbeing of children, ...

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Kids a priority for lobby against alcohol abuse

“Nothing good happens after midnight.” Michael Thorn, chief executive of the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE), drops this aphorism in a conversation about lockout laws. The erosion of lockout laws, and how it affects the wellbeing of children, ...

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