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AFLNT called on to reverse decision to strip champion Tiwi footballer Dennis Dunn of prestigious award

AFL Northern Territory removed football legend Dennis Dunn's name from one of the most prestigious awards in NT football, over a conviction that's almost a decade old. His supporters are calling for the decision to be reversed.

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$250m luxury marina development at Burnett Heads to be sold by liquidators

The Gateway Marina on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef has gone into liquidation owing millions of dollars to creditors, while investors wait to see what happens next.

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Why International Court of Justice ruling is unlikely to stop Israel's Rafah invasion

Rulings in the UN's top court are considered binding, but enforcing them is another story. Just minutes after the ICJ ordered Israel to stop its assault on Rafah, the IDF bombed the city again.

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These Fijian PALM workers spend weekends feeding Australians struggling with cost of living

They've travelled far from home to help their families in Fiji, but this group of PALM workers spends their Saturdays off cooking in Brisbane for Australians struggling with the cost of living.

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MasterChef grilled in greenwashing inquiry over controversial gas sponsorship deal

The heat has been put on Network Ten in a Senate inquiry into greenwashing and executives refused to put a number on a controversial gas sponsorship deal for its successful MasterChef show.

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Pharma's mess of its own making — greed, secrecy and weight-loss drugs

One bad apple spoils the barrel — that seems to be the current predicament for Australia's compounding pharmacists.

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A day on the frontline of Australia's domestic violence crisis

A small room within a Sydney courthouse is packed full of women who have experienced domestic violence and the workers trained to help them make sense of legal process. Inside it, the true scale of the crisis is laid bare.

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In South Korea thousands of young people have become recluses, shutting themselves away from society

Almost a quarter of a million South Koreans have withdrawn from the outside world. Meet two of them.

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Why does Papua New Guinea experience so many fatal landslides — and what can be done?

In addition to its hilly terrain, seismic activity and tropical climate, Papua New Guinea's population is spread across the country in a way that makes it particularly vulnerable to landslide fatalities.

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Bass Coast rents out of reach for low to middle income earners, even the most educated

Homeless since returning to Australia seven months ago, Dr Selene Routley is a physicist and space scientist who makes a small income writing articles for science magazines. She currently sleeps in a van packed to the brim with her possessions.