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Prime Ministers talk education, trade and economy in Vietnam

Prime Ministers Nguyen Xuan Phuc and the Honourable Scott Morrison met with leading Australian businesses operating in Vietnam this week, with discussions focused on strengthening relationships, regional trade and investment.

The Hawks and the Giants played AFL in the snow earlier this month, but was it the first time ever?

RMIT ABC Fact Check deep dives into AFL history to see if they can answer this question.

Online in the outback

A new podcast from remote Australia reveals how the world’s oldest living culture is embracing mobile technology.

Distracted by rubbish, sustainability plan forgets people

Experts warn a major opportunity to improve sustainability in Victoria could be missed by focusing exclusively on patching up recycling systems while failing to address more fundamental issues.

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