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Trump’s travel ban is just one of many US policies that legalize discrimination against Muslims

As we anticipate the Supreme Court’s decision to either uphold or rescind Trump’s travel ban, the question remains: Will the Supreme Court continue to allow the legal discrimination against Muslims in the U.S.?


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Back to school and back to bad habits? Western Sydney University experts talk keeping kids active

Western Sydney University academics say getting children involved in physical activity and away from their screens can be made easier with a few tips.


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Moral rights, artistic integrity and Cory Bernardi’s Australia Day playlist

Amid the debate over changing the date of Australia Day and Triple J’s announcement of moving the Hottest 100 countdown, Senator Cory Bernardi, has sparked criticism for arranging his own Australia Day playlist on Spotify.


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Should raw sushi-eaters be worried about tapeworms?

Australians love their sushi and consume more than 115 million servings of seaweed-wrapped rolls and sashimi (slices of raw fish) per year.


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Expert: Sport should stay out of the heat to protect the spectacle

A Western Sydney University expert in sport physiology is available to comment on the impact of extreme heat on professional athletes. Dr Ric Lovell says extreme heat and sport do not mix – but not always for the reason that you might think.


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Extreme heat in sport: why using a fixed temperature cut-off isn’t as simple as it seems

Record-breaking temperatures during the Ashes cricket test match in Sydney on Sunday led many to wonder: how hot is too hot to continue playing sport safely?


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AquaSonic merges science and art in an underwater symphony

Many composers have drawn on water to inspire their music. But Denmark’s Between Music performs music in and under water.


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The Winter Olympics and the two Koreas: how sport diplomacy could save the world

The small South Korean town of Pyeongchang, host of this year’s Winter Olympics, has suddenly become the epicentre of one of the most dangerous games in world politics.



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