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Goldfish receives micro-surgery to remove tumor

Melbourne - A goldfish named George was suffering from a head tumor that almost ended his life, but he was saved after a vet performed life-threatening surgery.

Review: Joy Robinson — Bauhaus and beyond

Cairns - Australian artist Joy Robinson is on a quest for original concepts inspired by modernism. Her exhibition, 'Bauhaus and Beyond' explores the autonomy of geometric abstraction as an aesthetic phenomenon in its own right.

Italian football Serie A club advertises movies on team's jerseys

A football club from Genoa that plays in the Serie A league, Italy's top soccer league, is becoming an advertiser for movies. The club announced this week that they will advertise movies on their jerseys starting with their next match on Sunday.

Interview with Rachel Collis Special

The quirky Australian singer-songwriter has just released her second album, and pretty darn good it is too. She tells Digital Journal all about it.

Legendary golfer Greg Norman almost severs hand with a chainsaw

Entrepreneur and legendary golfer Greg Norman, came within a fraction of an inch of losing his left hand following a chainsaw accident on Saturday.

Australian PM governs from tent as he keeps vow to Aborigines

Sydney - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott shifted his office to a tent in an isolated Aboriginal community Monday, keeping a promise made when he came to power despite having just committed troops to the fight against Islamic State.

'Flight of the Conchords' star gets vampy in latest movie Special

Toronto - 'What We Do In the Shadows' was a big hit at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Its co-creator, 'Flight of the Conchords' star Jemaine Clement, says naturalism played a vital part in making the movie.

Kanye West told two handicapped people to stand up during concert

Singer Kanye West was performing in Australia when he briefly stopped his show and told two handicapped people to stand up.

Australia commits 600 troops to anti-IS campaign

Sydney - Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Sunday Australia would deploy 600 troops to the United Arab Emirates to join the US-led international coalition gearing up for war against Islamic State jihadists.

Malaysian girl dies after being flung from Australian funfair ride

Sydney - Australian authorities are investigating the death of a Malaysian girl who was flung "like a doll" from a spinning ride at the Royal Adelaide Show where showgoers laid flowers for her Saturday.

Op-Ed: The patent gene debate: who owns your genes?

The Federal Court of Australia has rejected an appeal of a ruling that allows companies to patent isolated human genes. This reignites the debate: who owns your genes - you or the company that extracts them?

Why do mushrooms turn brown?

Vienna - Mushrooms are a tasty addition to many meals. However, when they go brown, they become inedible. Why does this happen and can the process be slowed down? Food technologists have been looking into this subject.

Black bear cub does funny dance with pole at Canadian golf course

A family of black bears made up a foursome when they wandered onto a golf course in the Kootenays in B.C. Monday and golfers captured a cub on camera playing around with a flagstick on a green. As Mom and siblings ate grass, the little guy pole-danced.

Australia raises terror alert level to 'high' on Mideast fears

Sydney - Australia on Friday raised its terror threat level to "high" for the first time in a decade on growing concern about Australian jihadists returning from fighting in Iraq and Syria.

Australia returns 900-year-old stolen Shiva statue to India

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, on his visit to India, returned two ancient Hindu statues displayed in Australian museums that had been stolen from South Indian temples.

Op-Ed: World first — Trial ‘reverses’ cancer, restores cells to normal

Melbourne - In what researchers are describing as a “serendipitous” discovery, use of an anti-malarial drug has effectively reversed a cancer in fruit fly tests, restoring the cells to normal function. Yes, this is a very big deal.

Op-Ed: In B.C. teachers' strike BCTF sings Wasted Days and Wasted Nights

Striking teachers in British Columbia seem to have a binding affinity for that 1975 Freddie Fender song 'Wasted Days and Wasted Nights.' Why? Because wasting time is exactly what they did with their vote on arbitration.

Australian man isolated in Ebola scare

Sydney - An Australian was isolated in hospital Thursday after he displayed symptoms of Ebola following a trip to Africa but health officials said it is unlikely he has the deadly virus.

'Syria recruiters' in court as Australia stems terror financing

Sydney - Two men charged in Australia with allegedly recruiting, funding and sending jihadist fighters to Syria faced court Thursday as Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced new measures to stem terrorism financing.

France aims to restore dark skies, turning night into night

Paris - As this year’s autumnal equinox approaches, hundreds of towns and cities across France will switch off their lights in an event designed to show off the night skies, free of light pollution.
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