‘They had to leave’: Dying NSW town loses newest residents

Three years ago Mingoola residents welcomed African refugee families with open arms as part of a settlement program hailed for invigorating a dying country town. Now the tiny NSW town has lost all of its newest members.

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About 20,000 join authorised rally in central Moscow on Saturday – police https://t.co/0vaXX55Al0

Do you know your kohlrabi from your spigarello and other exotic veggies?

Australians’ growing appetite for exotic plant-based foods boosts business for a no-till regenerative farm that’s setting trends in some of south-east Queensland’s fanciest restaurants.

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Investigations begin and conspiracy theories abound after Epstein death

Jeffrey Epstein will not have to spend the rest of his days in prison or face his accusers, who will take little comfort from his death. Many are now speculating about what secrets he took to the grave, writes James Glenday.

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Cable cars, wave parks, giraffes — take a look at the Perth that could have been

There was once a plan to market Perth as the home of a range of ambitious attractions. But the WA Government has pivoted to events-based tourism to lure visitors and the numbers show the strategy is succeeding.

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Caught in a viral storm: How Zoe’s Facebook post kicked off a 24-hour media maelstrom

When a Perth vegan was accidently sold a meat product by a supermarket, she had no idea sharing her experience on a private Facebook group would cause such a public stir.

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‘1st rule of Barcelona lovers club’: Tourists asked to keep mum about Catalan capital’s wonders https://t.co/XDtozUvEhX