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Jill Gralow

Dog training helps troubled Aussie teens get lives back on track

07 Sep 2018

ARMIDALE, Australia In a paddock in rural eastern Australia, Bernie Shakeshaft is working with man's best friend to help troubled teens get their lives back on track and teach them new life skills.

Despair for Australian farmers as drought kills livestock

29 Aug 2018

TAMWORTH, Australia In better times, the dam on farmer Kevin Tongue's property is three meters (yards) deep with water. It's now been empty for three months.

Plastic waste washes up on Australia's distant shores, rings change at the checkout

21 Jun 2018

SYDNEY On the palm-fringed beaches of Christmas Island, a speck of land in the Indian Ocean between Australia and Indonesia, plastic waste is piling up on the white sand and killing marine life. | Video

Some day my prince will come, say Vanuatu worshippers of mere mortal royal Philip

07 May 2017

TANNA ISLAND, Vanuatu The retirement of Britain's Prince Philip from public life led world headlines on Thursday, but his most devout and remote followers have only just heard the news.

Some day my prince will come, say Vanuatu worshippers of mere mortal royal Philip

06 May 2017

TANNA ISLAND, Vanuatu The retirement of Britain's Prince Philip from public life led world headlines on Thursday, but his most devout and remote followers have only just heard the news. | Video

Some day my prince will come, say Vanuatu worshippers of mere mortal royal Philip

06 May 2017

TANNA ISLAND, Vanuatu, May 6 The retirement of Britain's Prince Philip from public life led world headlines on Thursday, but his most devout and remote followers have only just heard the news.

Bottas out to make the most of dream chance at Mercedes

22 Mar 2017

MELBOURNE Valtteri Bottas is determined to make the most of his "dream" opportunity after being ushered into the Mercedes seat left vacant by the sudden retirement of Formula One champion Nico Rosberg at the end of last season.

Aboriginal Australians had innovative axe to grind

25 May 2016

SYDNEY The discovery of what is believed to be part of the world's oldest axe is giving scientists an insight into the innovation and adaptation of Stone Age settlers in western Australia. | Video

Australia, England building well for World Cup - Sharpe

20 Jun 2014

SYDNEY Australia and England are building nicely for next year's World Cup but champions New Zealand may be in danger of peaking too early, according to former Wallabies lock Nathan Sharpe.

INTERVIEW-Rugby-Australia, England building well for World Cup - Sharpe

20 Jun 2014

SYDNEY, June 20 Australia and England are building nicely for next year's World Cup but champions New Zealand may be in danger of peaking too early, according to former Wallabies lock Nathan Sharpe.

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