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Ancient Indigenous aquaculture site Budj Bim added to UNESCO World Heritage list

A south-west Victorian Indigenous site that is older than the pyramids has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Key points: A 6,600-year-old Indigenous aquaculture site in Victoria has [...] read more...

Feeding dolphins puts population at risk of decline, study shows

Tourism operators could be putting dolphin populations at risk by allowing them to be fed by visitors to Western Australia, new research has found. Key points: A Murdoch University study [...] read more...

Great Barrier Reef – a new hope

At a time when portions of the Great Barrier Reef are being devastated by coral decline, Southern Cross University doctoral researcher Kay Davis has found an island near Gladstone has [...] read more...

Women bigger backpackers than men: new study by Hostelworld

And these are the biggest emerging backpacker routes for travellers Men or women? Who are the bigger backpackers? If you’d have said males, you’d be wrong.  A global study commissioned [...] read more...

Singapore Work and Holiday visa cap increase

More young Singaporeans will be able to study and fill critical labour shortages in Australia under expanded visa arrangements announced by the Prime Minister today in Singapore. From 1 July [...] read more...

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