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Austrália. Turnbull e Netanyahu juntos na condenação às novas directivas das Nações Unidas

O primeiro-ministro israelita, Benjamin Netanyahu, ficou satisfeito pelo homólogo australiano ter defendido Israel depois das Nações Unidas terem aprovado resolução contra a construção de colonatos. 87 more words


Fighting internet-facilitated child abuse

This press release announces an award given to the assistant director of Interpol’s Vulnerable Communities Unit for lifetime achievement in support of online safety. In this video… 65 more words


The Last 3+ Months: a quick recap

As in most seasons of life, there are ebbs and flows. I’ve pulled back from blogging the last couple of months. Mainly because I was on the move a lot, and I spent most of my spare time investing in relationships – both old and new ones. 210 more words

Hunting waterfalls and rainforests in Cairns

So, you came to Cairns because you’re eager to explore the Great Barrier Reef and don’t know what else to explore? I had a long list of things to see (which I couldn’t see all) and I’m happy to share it. 348 more words


Jervis Bay, white sand beaches on a day trip from Sydney

Our last days in Australia had been sour-sweet… the terrible weather we experienced in Fraser Island and the fact that we had to cancel our attempt to dive the Yongala shipwreck, had been partially compensated by some… 679 more words


Plane Crash Kills Five In Melbourne

At least five people people, reportedly four US citizens and an Australian pilot, have been killed, after their light aircraft crashed in Melbourne, Australia. 72 more words


[Oamaru] Victorian/Steampunk Capital of NZ

Back in 2007 we did a road trip through South Island and stayed in Oamaru. The only thing I remembered from that place was penguins. Fast forward a few years later, I learnt from the internet that Oamaru is actually famous for a preserved Victorian quarter where you can even hire Victorian dress to take photos with. 165 more words