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Why is Australia in particular being called the allergy capital of the world?
How did a rare Irish "clachan" end up in South Australia?
A deserted traditional Irish village in regional South Australia was unearthed by archaeologists.
Monday Night Travel: The Shoalhaven
For a short break a mere two hours from Sydney, Shoalhaven Heads really hits the spot.
This Mortal Coil: Craig Foster on Human Rights
Former Socceroo Captain Craig Foster dazzled with his football abilities, but more recently has become a champion with his commitment toward human rights.
Brock: Over the Top
Crowned King of the Mountain, Peter Brock was a racing legend and considered a true gentleman of the sport, but he also had a darker and complex side unseen by his legions of fans.
This Week in History: The Charge of the Light Brigade
Historians claim the Charge of the Light Brigade to be a failed military action involving the British light cavalry led by Lord Cardigan against Russian forces in the Crimean War during the Battle of Balaclava on 25 October 1854. But has history wronged the men sacrificed in this legendary battle?