Resources keep WA booming
It's a state that accounts for just over ten per cent of the nation's population, but Western Australia certainly punches above its weight when it comes to its economy - and the nation's. Last financial year, the state accounted for more than ...
Australia Day appeal for better disabled services
Paralympian Kurt Fearnley has used his Australia Day address to demand better rights for disabled Australians. Speaking in front of an Audience in Sydney, Fearnley described Australia's system for helping disabled people is broken.
Sport on Thursday with Zeljko Kovacevic
All the latest sports news from Croatia.
Boosting uni enrolments of disadvantaged students
Studying hard, getting the right marks and then simply choosing the best course to study at university - may seem like a straightforward process for many. But for many others especially those with parents on low incomes, or who have a poor gra...
Mutiny reported in Eritrean capital
About 200 soldiers have reportedly staged a mutiny in the eastern African nation of Eritrea, calling for political reform.
Court challenge in PNG to Manus centre
There is a potential new legal twist on Australia's offshore asylum-seeker processing centre on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island. But in this case, Australia could be the bystander. The legal move is in Papua New Guinea.
Student debt now above $6 billion: report
A report by the research group the Grattan Institute has found the amount of tertiary student debt in Australia that's not expected to be repaid has increased to a record level of more than six billion dollars.
Homeland Croatian report, Domagoj Veršić
After the snow comes the flood; shall we with the new law on capital investments sell off our state's treasure; approved privatisation of shipyards; 20th anniversary of the Maslenica; Cacic will serve a sentence in Croatia.
Interview with Iva Majoli
Iva Majoli is the selector of Croatian Fed Cup representation and she tells us that the young Croatian tennis players have a bright future in front of them. She also stressed that it is important that Croatia continues investing in professiona...
Interview with Goran Ivanišević
Goran Ivanišević comments on performance of Croatian representatives at the Australian Open, he tells us about his status after the end of his career, and reacts on Lance Armstrong's recent confession.
Obama flags climate for change in second term
Barack Obama has been inaugurated for his second term in office as president of the United States. While a private oath of office had already been carried out 24 hours earlier because the constitutional date fell on a Sunday in America, the pu...
Monday Sport with Damir Posavac
Interviews with Croatian tennis players Mirijan Ćilić and Dona Vekić at the Australian Open in Melbourne, A-league matches and news about Croatian water-polo team visit to Australia.
Algeria hostage crisis ends in bloodbath
Algerian troops have stormed a remote gas plant to end a hostage crisis that killed many foreigners and Algerians, seven of them executed by their Islamist captors in a final military assault. The Algerian government says 32 kidnappers and 23 ...
Did Indians reach Australia thousands of years ago?
Findings from new DNA research suggests people from what's now India may have migrated to Australia several thousand years ago and became genetically mixed with Aboriginal people. This goes against previously held theories that the first peopl...
Fighting Logan's social problems
Logan is one of south-east Queensland's poorest and most ethnically diverse areas. Usually it's in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons … in the past week it's been for a violent neighbour dispute. T...
Sport on Monday, with Željko Kovačević
Croatian national handball team winer in a group D at the World Championship in Spain. Kostelić successful at Wengen.
Weekly media round up with Klara Kovacic
Latest news from Croatia.
Child abuse Royal Commissioners named
The Federal Government's Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has been formally appointed. Senior judge Peter McClellan will lead a team of six Commissioners. The Royal Commission is expected to provide a...
Concern over religious exemptions from discrimination law
Rights groups are unimpressed that the federal government has not done away with religious exemptions while drafting new anti-discrimination legislation.
Obama outlines new gun control proposals
The restoration of ban on military-style assault weapons and universal background checks on gun buyers are the two key gun control proposals President Barack Obama has put before the American people.
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