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More than 50% Young Women are Distressed About Their Sex Lives

More than half of young women in Australia experience some form of sexually-related personal distress -- feeling guilty, embarrassed, stressed or unhappy about their...

Australian Economy Could be Hit Hard by the Coronavirus

The outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China has quickly caused a crisis across the world. The virus has already been announced to pose a...

Australian Road Trips: How to Save Money on Car Rentals, Insurance and Parking

Taking a road trip within Australia is a good way to unwind, the beautiful country has a lot of places to visit. If you...

Balmain East: Then and Now

Located just 6km west of Sydney’s city centre, perched on a peninsula in Sydney Harbour, Balmain cemented itself primarily as the home of working...

Know About the Impact of Bushfires in Australia on Wildlife

By Phil Mercer More than 1 billion animals have been killed in bushfires in the Australian state of New South Wales, according to leading wildlife experts. Bushfires...

Protesters Raise Voice Against Bushfire Crisis in Australia

Climate change rallies have been held in Australia by thousands of protesters critical of the government’s handling of the bushfire crisis. A demonstration in...

Here are 4 Destinations you Need to Add to Your 2020 Travel Calendar

BY SIDDHI JAIN For travel enthusiasts and people who are looking to head out for a long-haul vacation in the upcoming year, the experts have...

Australia Takes Gaming Industry on a Whole Different Level

Australian government will introduce a new policy about the self-exclusion platform. Last week, Prime Minister of Australia noted that the government is working on...

Australia Witnesses Driest Spring Season in 120 Years of Recorded History: BoM

Australia has witnessed its driest spring season in 120 years of recorded history, the country's Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) revealed on Monday. In its spring...

Microsoft Pulls Plug On Its Cortana Mobile App For Android and iOS Devices

Microsoft is pulling the plug on its Cortana mobile app for both Android and iOS devices in regions such as the UK, Canada, Australia...

Vietnam and Australia to Start Collaborating on Science Initiatives

From sea cucumbers to cancer research, Vietnam and Australia will start collaborating on science initiatives that are meant to show how innovation can be...

Apple News Plus Launched for Users in UK, Australia

Apple has launched its subscription news and magazine service Apple News Plus for users in the UK and Australia. Earlier the service was available...

Thousands of Students of Australia and Other Asia-Pacific Countries Kick Off Strike for Climate Action

Thousands of students took to the streets of Australia and other Asia-Pacific countries Friday to kick off a global strike demanding world leaders gathering...

Australia Announces Aus$500 Million ($340 Million) Climate Change Package for Pacific Island Countries

Australia on Tuesday announced a Aus$500 million ($340 million) climate change package for Pacific island countries, which have been increasingly vocal in demanding their...

Four in Five Working People in Australia Exposed to Unsafe Work Practices

Four in five working people in Australia are exposed to unsafe work practices as they have been injured, become ill, or both due to...

Australia to Scrutinize Google, Facebook Activities

Australia on Friday said it would form a dedicated department to keep check on Facebook and Google as part of reforms to protect privacy...

To Protect Grains from Drought, Australia Searches for Climate-Proof Crops

Australian researchers are looking to Africa and the Middle East for drought- and heat-resistant crops as many grain farmers face another failed season. Key farming...

Perth Relies on Recycled Water to Cope up with Climate Change in Australia

As drought-hit towns across New South Wales and Queensland edge closer to completely running out of water, federal and state governments in Australia are...

Australia: Campaign Launches for Citizenship to be Granted to the Great Barrier Reef

A campaign was launched in Australia on Wednesday to push for citizenship to be granted to the Great Barrier Reef in order to strengthen...

US to Work with Australia, Canada to Cut Reliance on Chinese Minerals

The United States will team up with Canada and Australia to help countries around the world develop their reserves of minerals like lithium, copper...

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73% Females in Rajasthan Facing Issues in Procuring Sanitary Napkins During Lockdown

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I Believe Dance is like Talking Without Speaking: Govinda

Actor Govinda sees dancing more like talking, sans words. "I believe that dance is more like talking without having to actually speak or use words....

Google Search to Provide you With Necessary Information About Floods in India

Google is already sending public alerts to people hit by flooding in India and users in India can now use Search to simply enter...

Yoga Improves Symptoms of Generalised Anxiety Disorder: Researchers

Researchers have suggested that yoga improves symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder, a condition with chronic nervousness and worry, suggesting the popular practice may be...