The Junction

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Nambour mill closure still being felt after 15 years

Nambour mill closure still being felt after 15 years

February 14, 2019

The 15th anniversary of the closure of the Nambour sugar mill brings back bittersweet memories for the man who was at the centre of the turbulence.

ID, please

ID, please

February 5, 2019

The reporting of any war naturally focuses on the human casualties but there are always hidden consequences...

To keep a rare language alive

To keep a rare language alive

September 7, 2018

One of the rarest languages spoken by only a small community from Papua New Guinea may soon be extinct. Julia Reger reports.

The glorious pictures, and inglorious end, of the artist of the goldfields

The glorious pictures, and inglorious end, of the artist of the goldfields

August 30, 2018

People flocked in their thousands to the Victorian goldfields, armed with the tools to dig for fortune. One man, however, came with brushes and paint.

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