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Antidepressants linked to increased suicide and self-harm in teens

Australian researchers note a link between rising antidepressant usage and rising suicide rates in youth. Their research pushes back on psychiatry talking points that SSRIs decrease suicide risk. The top method for self-harm and suicide in younger age groups is overdosing antidepressants. In 1947, Dr Howard Rusk published an article in the NY Times. The doctor is advocating for better public education on issues of mental health. Considered to be the founder of rehabilitation medicine, Rusk was...
Tags: Psychology, Australia, Youth, US, America, Mental Health, Depression, Psychiatry, Medical Research, Innovation, New South Wales, Adelaide, Fda, OECD, Perth, Derek


Mark Taylor raises prospect of Boxing Day Test being moved

Adelaide and Perth may be able to host larger crowds than Melbourne
Tags: Sport, Cricket, Adelaide, Perth, Mark Taylor


Amazing Australian Rooftop Wedding Venues

We’ve spent all month long talking city weddings. From styling to tips to, well – everything in between and today, we wanted to show off one of our favourite city wedding settings by rounding up amazing Australian rooftop wedding venues. Rooftops practically come with their own decor for your wedding, the city buildings providing a beautiful and oh so modern backdrop for vows, for dancing, for celebration, for cocktails. Today we’ve found options all over Australia – from Melbourne to Sydney, to...
Tags: Australia, Wedding, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Bride, Brisbane Continue, Wedding Venues, The City Issue


Coronavirus Australia update: WA eases restrictions as NSW residents urged to avoid travel to Victoria hotspots – live news

Western Australia won’t announce open borders date because of infection spike in Victoria, premier says, while Gladys Berejiklian issues travel warning. Follow liveHigh risk of second wave as workplaces reopen, reports saysFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 6.30am BST About 500 people are arriving in WA every day by air, WA police commissioner Chris Dawson says. Still more are arriving by road or sea. At the mome...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Labor party, Melbourne, Liberal party, Perth, Western Australia


Australia coronavirus update: NSW residents urged to avoid travel to Melbourne hotspots as Victoria records 16 new cases – live news

Gladys Berejiklian issues warning as Victorian authorities ‘strongly discourage’ travel to and from six Covid hotspots in state. Follow liveHigh risk of second wave as workplaces reopen, reports saysFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 4.22am BST “Congestion-busting beauty”:Today I joined the first drive through of the NorthConnex tunnel in Sydney with @GladysB and @M_McCormackMP.It’s 9km of congestion-busting beau...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Labor party, Melbourne, Liberal party, Perth


'Cloak of invisibility': push to end loophole that keeps financial affairs of Australia's richest private

The no-tell club are exempt from laws that require other large enterprises to file records that are available to the publicFor a quarter of a century, a peculiar loophole has kept the financial affairs of some of Australia’s richest people safe from plebeian scrutiny, in much the same way as walls and hedges stop bystanders gawking at their mansions.Almost 1,500 companies, controlled by rich Australians including Perth media billionaire Kerry Stokes, Melbourne packaging clan the Pratts and Sydne...
Tags: Business, Australia, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Sydney, Labor party, Melbourne, Perth, Pratts, Law (Australia, Belgiorno Nettis


Claremont killings trial: prosecutor says crucial DNA evidence 'unmasked' serial killer

Carmel Barbagallo says there is physical and circumstantial evidence against Bradley Robert Edwards but defence says case hinges on tiny gram of cellular materialBradley Robert Edwards has been “unmasked” as the Claremont serial killer after months of evidence that gradually cast a light on the “enigma of the dark”, prosecutors allege.The 51-year-old denies murdering secretary Sarah Spiers, 18, childcare worker Jane Rimmer, 23, and solicitor Ciara Glennon, 27, in 1996 and 1997. He did not testif...
Tags: Australia news, Crime - Australia, Perth, Western Australia, Claremont, Robert Edwards, Sarah Spiers, Bradley Robert Edwards, Jane Rimmer, Ciara Glennon, Carmel Barbagallo


Coronavirus Australia update: Victoria's corruption watchdog to investigate branch stacking allegations as state records 21 new Covid cases – politics live

The anti-corruption body is urging anyone with relevant information to reach out; fifteen of the people who have tested positive in Vic are in quarantine. Follow liveState anti-corruption watchdog confirms Victorian Labor investigationCovid-19 infections spike in VictoriaPauline Hanson charged taxpayers for three-day Perth fundraising spreeFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 8.34am BST Parliament is starting to wi...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, China, Australia news, Pakistan, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, Queensland politics, Victoria, Labor party, Australian Greens, Melbourne, Liberal party, Canberra


Coronavirus Australia update: Labor senator reads names of Indigenous deaths in custody while Victoria records 21 new Covid-19 cases – politics live

Malarndirri McCarthy was commended for adding “humanity” to Aboriginal deaths; fifteen of the people who have tested positive in Vic are in quarantine. Follow livePowerful Senate statement pays respect to First Nations peopleCovid-19 infections spike in VictoriaPauline Hanson charged taxpayers for three-day Perth fundraising spreeFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 7.31am BST The Senate has just passed a Labor mot...
Tags: Health, Business, Labor, Australia, Senate, China, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, Queensland politics, Victoria, Labor party, Australian Greens, Liberal party, Perth


Coronavirus Australia update: Victoria records 21 new Covid-19 cases as former Vic premier Steve Bracks to address ALP 'culture' – question time live

Fifteen of the people who have tested positive are in hotel quarantine; Steve Bracks says there is ‘great appetite’ for change. Follow liveFormer Vic premier optimistic about tackling ALP ‘cultural issues’Covid-19 infections spike in VictoriaPauline Hanson charged taxpayers for three-day Perth fundraising spreeFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 5.34am BST What does a submarine costume in the Senate look like?Sout...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Senate, China, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, Queensland politics, Victoria, Labor party, Australian Greens, Liberal party, Perth, Australian economy


Coronavirus Australia update: Victoria records 21 new Covid-19 cases as former Vic premier Steve Bracks to address ALP 'culture' – politics live

Fifteen of the people who have tested positive are in hotel quarantine; Steve Bracks says there is ‘great appetite’ for change. Follow liveFormer Vic premier optimistic about tackling ALP ‘cultural issues’Covid-19 infections spike in VictoriaPauline Hanson charged taxpayers for three-day Perth fundraising spreeFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 4.29am BST Pat Dodson thanks his colleague Malarndirri McCarthy for a...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Senate, China, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, Queensland politics, Victoria, Labor party, Australian Greens, Liberal party, Perth, Australian economy


Coronavirus Australia update: Victoria records 21 new cases of Covid-19 – politics live

Fifteen of the people who have tested positive are in hotel quarantine, while another works at a hotel. Follow liveCovid-19 infections spike in VictoriaPauline Hanson charged taxpayers for three-day Perth fundraising spreeFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 1.10am BST On the number of Covid cases recorded in Victoria in the last 24 hours - 21, with 15 attributed to returned travelers, Daniel Andrews says:Firstly, ...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Business, Australia, China, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, Queensland politics, Victoria, Labor party, Australian Greens, Liberal party, Perth, Daniel Andrews


Australian politics live: consular officials talk to Karm Gilespie, Australian man facing death penalty in China – latest updates

Foreign affairs minister Marise Payne says Australian authorities visited the detention centre where the 53-year-old is being held. Follow livePauline Hanson charged taxpayers for three-day Perth fundraising spreeFollow the global coronavirus live blogDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 11.27pm BST The petition to have more arts workers included on Jobkeeper has passed 30,000 signatures 11.05pm BST The government is spending $300,000 updating the r...
Tags: Health, Business, China, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Labor party, Australian Greens, Liberal party, Perth, Australian economy, Marise Payne, Whitebook, Australian foreign policy, Coronavirus outbreak, Karm Gilespie Australian


Morning mail: Hanson’s taxpayer-charged fundraising spree, life-saving Covid-19 treatment, kitchen hacks

Wednesday: One Nation leader claimed expenses for three-night Perth fundraising trip. Plus, a ‘major breakthrough’ in the treatment of coronavirusGood morning, this is Emilie Gramenz bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Wednesday 17 June. Continue reading...
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Thousands attend Black Lives Matter protests across Australia

Thousands of people across Australia attended Black Lives Matter protests on Saturday wearing masks and practising social distancing amid warnings from state leaders to call off the events on fears of a second wave of coronavirus infections. The rallies, dominated by a heavy police presence, were mostly peaceful. "There have been people like my dad and Aunty Mingelly who have been pushing for change since they were my age - you know that was 50 years ago," Jacinta Taylor, an organiser of the p...
Tags: News, Australia, Perth, Black Lives Matter, Jacinta Taylor


Quarantined cruise ship employee creates incredible outfits out of paper bags

When cruise ship performer Ashleigh Perrie ended up quarantined in a hotel room in Perth, she decided to get creative and fashion incredible outfits out of the paper bags her meals got delivered in.
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Annie, Eddie & The City: How To Showcase The City In Your Wedding Film

  This beautiful couple had only moved to Melbourne three years ago from Perth and fell immediately in love with the iconic cityscape and moved into the famous Prima Pearl apartments. We film weddings all across Victoria and we’re often in Melbourne CBD, but Annie and Eddie’s location choices seemed to give us an entirely new perspective that we hadn’t yet seen and made us feel like we were going on a little adventure in our own city. Continue reading Annie, Eddie & The City: How To Showcase Th...
Tags: Wisdom, Wedding, Victoria, Melbourne, Annie, Perth, Eddie, Cinematography Wisdom, The City Issue, Annie Eddie, Prima Pearl


Reconciliation Australia ends partnership with Rio Tinto over destroyed heritage site

Not-for-profit says demolition of ancient rock shelters was a ‘breathtaking breach’Reconciliation Australia has revoked its endorsement of mining company Rio Tinto as a reconciliation action partner over the destruction of a 46,000 year old Aboriginal heritage site in the Pilbara, branding it a “breathtaking breach of a respectful relationship”.The not-for-profit announced its decision on Tuesday, while hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Perth offices of Rio Tinto and as other mining co...
Tags: Australia, Rio Tinto, Perth, Western Australia, Pilbara


Leader of the Pack: Goggles-Wearing Dog Enjoys Ride Through Perth in Sidecar

A goggles-wearing dog was filmed enjoying its ride in a scooter’s sidecar through the streets of Perth, Western Australia.Erin Hoskins recorded this video showing the brown pooch calmly riding beside a man in the sidecar on May 14.“Just spotted this and my life is now complete,” Hoskins wrote in a Facebook post to accompany the video. Credit: Erin Hoskins via Storyful
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Nobel prize winner Barry Marshall admits driving through boom gate in frustration

Lawyer says professor felt ‘he was being trapped’ by attendants at carpark near building named after himNobel laureate Prof Barry Marshall has admitted driving through a boom gate after becoming agitated and frustrated with carpark attendants near a building named in his honour.Marshall was due to face trial in Perth magistrates court on Monday over the incident at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre complex in Nedlands, not far from the Marshall Centre for infectious diseases research and tra...
Tags: Australia news, Nobel prizes, Perth, Western Australia, Marshall, Elizabeth, Barry Marshall, Nedlands, Marshall Centre


Tiger snakes tell more about local wetlands' pollution levels

Tiger snakes living in Perth's urban wetlands are accumulating toxic heavy metals in their livers, suggesting that their habitats -- critical, local ecosystems -- are contaminated and the species may be suffering as a result.
Tags: Science, Perth


Coronavirus: Job losses as Fishers shuts Perth laundry

Fishers says it was hit by the downturn in the hospitality and tourism sector following the Covid lockdown.
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Wave FM Dundee and Perth to be replaced by Pure Radio

Wave FM will cease broadcasting in July to make way for Pure Radio Scotland. It’ll be the first move onto FM for the currently digital-only Pure Radio, which has Robin Galloway on Breakfast and is owned by DC Thomson Media. Wave FM, also owned by DC Thomson, started life as Discovery 102/Wave 102 and expanded to Perth in recent years. Adam Findlay, Head of Radio at DC Thomson Media, told RadioToday: “We’re thrilled to be extending the reach of Pure Radio into new areas. There’s no doubt the l...
Tags: Top, Scotland, Aberdeen, Radio, Dundee, Radio industry, Perth, Perthshire, Alerts, Tayside, DC Thomson, Paul Harper, DC Thomson Media, Wave Fm, Robin Galloway, Pure Radio Scotland


Japanese Man Imprisoned in Australia for 16 Months Over 1,000 Counts of Child Porn

The aftermath of an arrest that took place in November was unveiled as a Japanese man who allegedly tried to bring over 1,000 child porn images and videos into Australia was sentenced to 16 months. A court in Australia’s Perth recently handed the 31-year-old Japanese man a guilty verdict after 1,091 counts of child porn […]
Tags: Crime, Children, Australia, International, Pornography, Anime, Perth


Western Australia storm: 50,000 homes without power as state battered by wild weather

Remnants of ex-Tropical Cyclone Mangga whip up 100km/h wind gusts, dust storms and heavy rain as Perth and state’s south prepares for onslaughtSome 50,000 homes in Western Australia are still without power as the state continues to be battered by wild weather for a second day in a row, in a “rare event” described as a “once-in-a-decade” storm.The state has experienced the wildest autumn weather in years, as the remnants of ex-Tropical Cyclone Mangga collided with a cold front and trough, whippin...
Tags: Perth, Western Australia, Tropical Cyclone Mangga


Western Australia battered by worst storms in a decade

Homes were destroyed and tens of thousands of people left without power as a “once in a decade” storm pummelled the western half of Western Australia on Sunday night, with worse expected overnight and on Monday morning. The storm, which is expected to continue well into Monday, was described by Bureau of Meteorology state manager James Ashley as a “dynamic and complex” weather formation caused by ex-Tropical Cyclone Mangga interacting with a cold front. Winds of more than 100kmh destroyed power ...
Tags: News, Australia, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Perth, Western Australia, Ashley, Margaret River, Bureau of Meteorology, Mid west, South West Coast, Western Power, Geraldton, WA Today, Gascoyne, James Ashley, Central West


This Week In Trailers: Below, Sputnik, Dirt Music, Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art, The Short History Of The Long Road

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we rocket into space where some dark things dwell, find an unconventional kind of fight club down under, get taken for an artistic r...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Earth, United States, This Week In Trailers, Sputnik, Movie Trailers, Chechnya, Perth, Western Australia, Terry, Tim Winton, Jim, NOLA, Albuquerque New Mexico, Anthony LaPaglia


The Latest: South Korea reports 20 new virus cases, China 4

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.TOP OF THE HOUR:— South Korea reports 20 new coronavirus cases, China announces 4.— Denver mail distribution centre closed after employees test positive.— Trump to order U.S. flag flown at half-staff over next 3 days as COVID-19 deaths approach 100,000.— Michigan governor...
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Best art and culture in Perth

Located on the banks of the Swan River, Perth is the capital city of what is, geographically, Australia’s largest state: Western Australia. With a population of about two million, Perth enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild, wet winters. It’s culturally diverse any time of year, with a mix of both modern and indigenous art alongside galleries and museums to rival Sydney and Melbourne, and its west coast remoteness means the city is far less touristy than the cities on Austr...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, Australia, US, Sydney, Tokyo, Melbourne, Perth, Western Australia, Mediterranean, All, Jetstar, Southern Hemisphere, Sydney Australia, Fremantle


Updated recipe for ABC News Australia

Hi, A fellow named Vikas emailed me about the previous recipe which had apparently stopped working. I've rewritten the recipe so it works again with the latest version of the website. Code: #!/usr/bin/env python2 # vim:fileencoding=utf-8 from __future__ import unicode_literals, division, absolute_import, print_function __license__ = 'GPL v3' __copyright__ = '2020, Pat Stapleton ' ''' Recipe for ABC News Australia (online) ''' from calibre.web.feeds.news import BasicNewsRecipe ...
Tags: Books, Abc, Australia, Sydney, Recipes, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart, Canberra, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Abc News, Perth, Darwin, ABC News Australia, Vikas