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Friends learn that no matter where you go, you can always make a difference

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What’s the most fulfilling experience you could pay forward to a friend?

Tommy loves helping people – and that’s why he took his friend Kimm on an unexpected New York City…

Clinton, Trump, and your money: A personal-finance guide to the debate

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Listen closely tonight. It’s your money and your life.

At 9 p.m. ET, in the first presidential debate of the season, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be pressed, to a degree, for details of their various proposals. Jobs, wages, taxes, student debt, child care, Social Security … any or all of these could come up. And many of the vows, threats, visions, and hallucinations flying around the studio will eventually settle

Stranger covers man’s fuel bill, proves there’s still good in this world

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Here’s a situation that would leave you completely stressed out: Filling your car up with petrol and finding you have no money to pay for it.

Tyson Crawley from Albury, Australia found himself in that uncomfortable situation early on Friday morning.

15 public art projects that boldly advocate for social justice

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Art has massive power to move people to social change.

By using their art as an innovative medium for awareness, artists become advocates, challenging the biggest issues of our time. Public art, then, capitalizes on the power of socially-aware works, reaching people in their everyday environments and confronting them with social injustice that is otherwise easily ignored.

From sculptures addressing systemic racism to…







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15 public art projects that boldly advocate for social justice

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Art has massive power to move people to social change.

By using their art as an innovative medium for awareness, artists become advocates, challenging the biggest issues of our time. Public art, then, capitalizes on the power of socially-aware works, reaching people in their everyday environments and confronting them with social injustice that is otherwise easily ignored.

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9 apps that’ll help you make a positive impact on the world every day

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Want to save the world? There’s an app for that.

In Australia alone, there’s a bunch apps developed specifically to transform your in-phone behaviour into practical benefits for society.

The Dalai Lama’s impression of Donald Trump is hilarious TBH

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His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama has gone right ahead and said it what you’ve been thinking: Donald Trump has a ridiculously small mouth.

That was just one of a few observations the exiled religious leader of Tibet made of the Republican presidential candidate, when he impersonated him on UK television show Good Morning Britain. The footage was then reused by CNN in the video, above.

Hardware store caught selling a declared weed as a cute garden plant

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Imagine buying up a bunch of good-looking plants from you local home and garden centre, only to discover three days later that they were damaging weeds.

Well Australia’s Bunnings Warehouse has been left red-faced after they were caught selling a fast-spreading weed as a fancy potted plant.

The plant in question, Sagittaria (not to be confused with the courageous but impatient Sagittarius)