One of Queensland’s most ‘godless’ suburbs loses its last church

At Eumundi, in Queensland’s Sunshine Coast hinterland, 43 per cent of people identify as having no religion, and now the town’s last church has called it a day.

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Renewed nuclear talks with US leave North Korea ‘very displeased’

North Korea’s chief negotiator says discussions with the United States on Pyongyang’s nuclear program have broken down, but Washington says the two sides had “good discussions” that it intends to build on in two weeks.

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‘We don’t have a backyard’: Urban squeeze pushes great Australian dream to the fringes

The Australian dream of a house with a backyard is deeply ingrained and continues to drive urban spread, but that way of life is under pressure, with South East Queensland’s population forecast to grow by 2 million people over the next two decades.

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The power of the mob during a tumultuous time reporting in Indonesia

My final weeks here were filled with despair for Indonesia. It felt like all the hard-fought progress that started with Reformasi 20 years ago was being washed away, writes David Lipson as he signs off as the ABC’s Indonesia correspondent.

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Hated coffee as a kid and love it now? Here’s what’s happening in your mouth

Did you hate coffee as a kid, but now you love it? Here’s what makes our food preferences change across our lifetimes.

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How 12-year-old Bryce, a giant turtle named Max, and special night-lights are helping kids with cancer

A young Queenslander delivers joy inside a children’s cancer ward by spending his September school holidays gifting sterilised turtle-shaped night-lights to every children’s hospital in the country.

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How 12-year-old Bryce, a giant turtle named Max, and special night-lights are helping kids with cancer

A young Queenslander delivers joy inside a children’s cancer ward by spending his September school holidays gifting sterilised turtle-shaped night-lights to every children’s hospital in the country.

         October 05, 2019 at 10:30PM https://ift.tt/2LMSGHc