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Salem-News.com (Oct-30-2018 13:43)
Australia Agrees to Study Vaping Health RisksSalem-News.com Business
Emerging evidence indicates e-cigarettes are less harmful to human health than smoking tobacco.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
The Ministry of Health in Australia has finally agreed to study vaping health risks. The study will be conducted by an independent inquiry with the aim of investigating the health risks posed by e-cigarettes. Currently, even the best vape juice is illegal in Australia.
Salem-News.com (May-11-2014 10:58)
World Indigenous Domestic Violence and Indigenous Health Conferences Slated for December in QueenslandSalem-News.com
Calling for papers - second and last round reopen until May 31st
Greetings to the Indigenous Peoples of the World from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, the fist people Australia. Indigenous Conference Services is proud to host two great world conferences the 2014 World Indigenous Health Conference and the World Indigenous Domestic Violence Conference.
Salem-News.com (May-03-2014 17:48)
The First Casualty of War is Truth; Gallipoli, the ANZAC Spirit Myth and Waltzing MatildaGary G. Kohls MD for Salem-News.com
We're not made by God to mass kill one another, and that's backed up by the Gospels. Lying and war are always associated. Pay attention to the war-makers when they try to defend their current war. If they’re moving their lips they're lying.” - ex-priest and antiwar activist, the late Philip Berrigan
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Not too long ago I watched Johnny Got His Gun, the film adaptation of Dalton Trumbo’s famous antiwar novel.
Salem-News.com (Apr-30-2014 12:05)
Why I Support Cannabis Law ReformMeg McGowan, Special to Salem-News.com Cannabis De-Classified
Staying positive about a triple negative breast cancer diagnosis.
(SYDNEY, Australia) -
It shocks a lot of people, given my previous employment as a NSW Police Superintendent, to learn that I support law reform in relation to Cannabis. There’s an assumption that all police oppose drug law reform. This is incorrect. Police see first hand the consequences of ‘the war on drugs’ and the futility of an enforcement based approach.
Salem-News.com (Dec-24-2013 14:31)
Land of Child Abusing Clergy, Politicians and PoliceSalem-News.com
The United Protestant Association has been forced to apologise for the child sexual abuse at its Woodlands and Ellimatta homes over nearly 40 years.
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In September 2013, it was reported that a pedophile ring, which included Christian clergy, sexually abused boys at the Woodlands Boys Home, in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia.
Salem-News.com (Nov-09-2013 15:21)
Australia Offers To Keep Troops In Afghanistan After 2014By RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan
Australia currently has around 1,200 soldiers in Afghanistan, most of them based in Urozgan Province.
The Australian ambassador to Afghanistan says his government has offered to keep up to 400 troops in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of U.S.-led NATO forces in 2014.
Salem-News.com (Jul-20-2013 09:39)
Manus Island, the New `Promised Land` for Refugees Seeking AustraliaArticle by Rowena Dela Rosa Yoon
From now on, political asylum (refugees) seekers will not be able to land on Australia's shore. All will be sent to Papua, New Guinea.
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Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has come up with his own Papua New Guinea Solution to deal with boat arrivals containing people seeking asylum in Australia.
Salem-News.com (May-10-2013 19:22)
Should there be a Separation of Church and Street?Bill Annett Salem-News.com
The Latest Wall Street Craze: (Vatican Insurance Default Swaps)
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"I never met an Australian socialist I didn't like. - Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier.
Salem-News.com (Mar-17-2013 12:25)
BRCA Delegates Attend Burma Forum at Australian National UniversitySalem-News.com
RNDP General Secretary Said He Sympathize Rohingya Muslims
(CANBERRA, Aust.) -
Burmese Rohingya Community Australlia (BRCA) contacted Australian National University (ANU) a day prior to their scheduled forum and raised the concern over Rakhine National Democrtic Party (RNDP) party participation in the forum.
Salem-News.com (Mar-04-2013 11:35)
Afghan Civilians Suffer Casualties in Australian Troops OperationSayed Jawad Special to Salem-News.com
Australian has around 1,000 troops under the NATO serving in Afghanistan.
(KABUL Khaama Press) -
An incident allegedly involving civilian casualties took place during an Australian military operation in Afghanistan.