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Victoria Becomes First Australian State To Legalise Medical Cannabis loading...
Victoria Becomes First Australian State To Legalise Medical Cannabis
Miracle plant or a scourge on society? Get the facts here.
Victorian Jewellery Was Made From Human Hair loading...
Victorian Jewellery Was Made From Human Hair
No one knew how to mourn like the Victorians, who weaved jewellery from the hair of dead relatives.
The Roads Melted in Victoria loading...
The Roads Melted in Victoria
Literally on the road to nowhere
The Love Story Behind Queen Victoria's Crown Jewels loading...
The Love Story Behind Queen Victoria's Crown Jewels
Despite her giant impact on her subjects, Victoria’s diminutive crown became perhaps the most recognisable symbol of her reign and of her love for her husband.
4.1kg Gold Nugget Discovered In Victoria loading...
4.1kg Gold Nugget Discovered In Victoria
The lucky prospector’s find is valued at around $250,000.
Veterans Traded Rifles For Shovels To Shape A 243km Memorial To Their Mates loading...
Veterans Traded Rifles For Shovels To Shape A 243km Memorial To Their Mates
What do you do with a group of returned soldiers, who are unemployed and have way too much time on their hands?
Bug Smuggling Is Big Business loading...
Bug Smuggling Is Big Business
Demand for exotic pets and collectors’ items drives a flourishing illegal trade in beetles, spiders, and more.
Come To Australia And Shoot Fatso While You’re At It loading...
Come To Australia And Shoot Fatso While You’re At It
Shoot Fatso? I know: now they've gone too far.
Centuries Of Breeding Have Reshaped Dog Brains—Here’s How loading...
Centuries Of Breeding Have Reshaped Dog Brains—Here’s How
The role for which a dog was bred—say retrieving birds—is reflected in their brain structure, according to a study of 33 breeds.
The Silent Decline Of The Platypus, Australia’s Beloved Oddity loading...
The Silent Decline Of The Platypus, Australia’s Beloved Oddity
Recent studies suggest the duck-billed mammal is not as widespread as thought, in part due to centuries of hunting and habitat loss.
NSW Bags Wooden Spoon As Kiwis Impose Ban loading...
NSW Bags Wooden Spoon As Kiwis Impose Ban
With minimal fuss, clean, green New Zealand has banned all single-use plastic bags, with $100,000 penalties for those who break the new law.
Aussies Hop At Chance To Save Our Frogs … One Ribbit At A Time loading...
Aussies Hop At Chance To Save Our Frogs … One Ribbit At A Time
The key to saving the nation’s beleaguered remaining frog species may just be in all of our pockets.

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