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Connecting and coping in today’s modern world

move it_mob_style_berry_springs,_NTBy Tammy Solonec

THE STRESSFUL MODERN WORLD

The modern western world is a gripping thing. There is so much to do, so much to connect with, and so many ways people can get hold of you. Never before have we had such easy access to so many people, groups, interests and work – all at the one time.

Take for example all the ways we can be contacted...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:45

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Correcting the myth behind the lunacy of the Abstudy debate

nura giliBy National Indigenous times Editor Stephen Hagan

In the past decade not a year would go by without an extremist – and most definitely racist – motion being tabled at the conservative party state convention in Queensland. Whilst the conservative party has had a major overhaul in recent years, and now operates under the banner of Queensland Liberal National Party (LNP), the rhetoric from the young LNP of...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:44

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