Tag "Australia"

Growls and falsettos

From Australian Idol contestant to ARIA Song of the Year award-winner — twice — and having released four EPs already and soon a full-length album, it’s been a busy six years for singer-songwriter Matt Corby. The next six are likely to be busier.

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From republic to reconciliation

In most states the concept of land ownership is a multi-layered one. Private citizens or corporations may own a property outright, though governments may typically expropriate such property for public purposes if the owner is compensated fairly. Governments may (or

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You can write my name down

The most famous organization of spies in the world is the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States — although it is possible that continuing pop-culture references to the now-superseded KGB might still give the CIA’s fame a run for

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Multitasking and the world brain

Given the uncountably immense number of events happening in the world, and the almost as uncountably immense number of journalists and writers covering and commenting on events, one might expect an equally diverse range of articles and topics to appear

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