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Sydney's secret huts are one of the harbour's hidden treasures -- Perched on the cliffs above the harbour is a cluster of empty huts few know about — and the NSW Government wants to keep it that way.

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Why I'm embracing the 'black tax', even if it means I save less money -- In many Zambian cultures, there's an unspoken rule that when you're in a privileged position, you are obliged to assist those in the family who are not.

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Keely grew up in rural NSW with three mums. She didn't realise anyone cared — until high school -- The kids at Keely Johnson's primary school didn't pay much attention to her rainbow family. Things got more complicated at high school, but Keely wouldn't change a thing.

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New images reveal what lies beneath the far side of the Moon -- The first detailed picture of what lies beneath the far side of the Moon provides a new glimpse of our closest neighbour's violent past.

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Prince Harry begins final round of Royal duties by dropping formalities -- Prince Harry asked guests at an event to just call him 'Harry' as he began his final round of public engagements before relinquishing his work as a Royal.

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How will Australia cope with a coronavirus outbreak? Will our ageing population be an issue, do we have enough beds, and will winter make it harder for health professionals to deal with the virus? Duration: 6 minutes 49 seconds - 6 - m

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The struggle to get ahead when you're underemployed -- Almost 1.2 million people were underemployed in Australia last year and the problem is only predicted to get worse.

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Dramatic images published by NASA show Antarctic snow melt -- In just nine days, Eagle Island on the Antarctic Peninsula went from covered in snow to wet and then green, as high temperatures led to a significant melt.

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Hey Stranger – Episode 1 Faustina Agolley and Steph Tisdell on Going Your Own Way -- Comedian Steph Tisdell and actor and entertainer Faustina Agolley meet in Brisbane. Faustina shares her experience of coming out to her Chinese-Ghanaian family, while Steph reveals how a pub dare helped her find her voice. -- Duration: 13 minutes 56 seconds

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Gambay: Australian First Languages map -- Gambay showcases over 780 languages, using data from regional centres working directly with language communities around Australia.

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How far have we come since 1967? -- On May 27, 1967, Australians voted in a referendum to change how Indigenous people were referred to in the Constitution.

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Little Yarns: Rain in Tiwi -- It's wet season on the Tiwi Islands. Listen to the frogs sing! Malcolm teaches us about weather knowledge and the Tiwi word for rain. -- Duration: 7 minutes 34 seconds

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The unofficial history of Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens -- The leafy oasis just south of the Yarra River clearly looms large in minds of Melburnians. Tim Entwhisle, director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, discusses its founding. -- Duration: 10 minutes 9 seconds

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Why the monokini never took off, and other secrets of swimsuit history -- Ever since there has been swimsuit fashion, Australia has been at its forefront. And it turns out our obsession about what to wear to the pool goes back centuries. -- Duration: 13 minutes 30 seconds

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Australia's Prime Ministers – Gough Whitlam - This series profiles Australia's leaders, featuring career highlights and giving insights into the different eras in which they lead the nation. This episode features Gough Whitlam. Duration: 3 minutes 47 seconds - 3 - m - 47 - s

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Disappearance of woman baffles authorities for decades - It was meant to be a regular walk home for Kate Haythornthwaite, but what happened next has baffled authorities and tormented her loved ones for decades.

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