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Australia Agrees to Study Vaping Health Risks

Emerging evidence indicates e-cigarettes are less harmful to human health than smoking tobacco.

(SALEM, Ore.) - vaping Australia 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.

That’s because all nicotine-liquids are considered poisonous in Australia.

Read Full Article (May-11-2014 10:58)

World Indigenous Domestic Violence and Indigenous Health Conferences Slated for December in Queensland

Calling for papers - second and last round reopen until May 31st

(QUEENSLAND) - World Indigenous Domestic Violence and Indigenous Health Conferences Slated for December in Queensland 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.

Both conferences will be held in the heart of tropical Queensland, Australia at Cairns Pullman International Hotel, gate way to the Great Barrier Reef. We wish to extend a formal invitation to you and your organisation to take part in this extraordinary chance to present on a national and international stage.

Read Full Article (May-03-2014 17:48)

The First Casualty of War is Truth; Gallipoli, the ANZAC Spirit Myth and Waltzing Matilda

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

(DULUTH, MN) - ANZAC at Gallipoli Not too long ago I watched Johnny Got His Gun, the film adaptation of Dalton Trumbo’s famous antiwar novel.

It is about a young American soldier who came home from the trenches of World War One France, having miraculously survived an artillery explosion that blew away his face, as well as both legs and both arms – not to mention his dog tags.

Read Full Article (Apr-30-2014 12:05)

Why I Support Cannabis Law Reform

Staying positive about a triple negative breast cancer diagnosis.

(SYDNEY, Australia) - Cannabis bud 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.

Many wonder if we shouldn’t have the same kind of shift that happened many years ago with alcohol. Remember when ‘drunks’ used to get locked up for the night? Now excess alcohol consumption is considered a health issue.

Read Full Article (Dec-24-2013 14:31)

Land of Child Abusing Clergy, Politicians and Police

The United Protestant Association has been forced to apologise for the child sexual abuse at its Woodlands and Ellimatta homes over nearly 40 years.

(NEWSCASTLE, New South Whales) - The Woodlands Boys Home 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.

The home was run by the church. According to one witness: "These men just came, got the boys, used them, and put them back." According to another witness: "These men changed from week to week, suggesting a larger, organised ring.

Read Full Article (Nov-09-2013 15:21)

Australia Offers To Keep Troops In Afghanistan After 2014

Australia currently has around 1,200 soldiers in Afghanistan, most of them based in Urozgan Province.

(KABUL) - Australian forces in Australia 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.

Jon Philip told RFE/RL that Australia has made an offer to the Afghan government to keep between 100 and 400 troops in Afghanistan into "2015 and onwards." He said it would be up to Afghan officials to decide if they want the Australian soldiers to stay.

Read Full Article (Jul-20-2013 09:39)

Manus Island, the New `Promised Land` for Refugees Seeking Australia

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.

(PAPUA, New Guinea) - PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill and Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd 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.

In doing so he has scrapped predecessor Julia Gillard’s Pacific Solution Mark II and embarked on a bold move towards border protection while still operating within the parameters of the UN refugee convention.

Read Full Article (May-10-2013 19:22)

Should there be a Separation of Church and Street?

The Latest Wall Street Craze: (Vatican Insurance Default Swaps)

(DAYTONA BEACH, FL) - Australia "I never met an Australian socialist I didn't like. - Li Keqiang, Chinese Premier.

Lest it be assumed that the whimsical quote above sounds like political profiling, our intention was merely to point out that with its relatively modest population, in the sophisticated financial world of Southeast Asia, Australia is right on the money

Read Full Article (Mar-17-2013 12:25)

BRCA Delegates Attend Burma Forum at Australian National University

RNDP General Secretary Said He Sympathize Rohingya Muslims

(CANBERRA, Aust.) - BRCA delegates together with special guest Mr. Htay Lwin Oo 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.

They were informed that BRCA delegates would be joining the forum.

Read Full Article (Mar-04-2013 11:35)

Afghan Civilians Suffer Casualties in Australian Troops Operation

Australian has around 1,000 troops under the NATO serving in Afghanistan.

(KABUL Khaama Press) - Uruzgan province An incident allegedly involving civilian casualties took place during an Australian military operation in Afghanistan.

The Australian Defence Force and NATO-led International Security Assistance Force, has confirmed that Australian troops were involved in an “operational incident” in north-west Uruzgan, ABC news reported.

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