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In , illustrator Sophie Beer walked down the aisle with a brain tumour. Two years later her dream came true when she became a Google Doodler.

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Got a news tip? Editorial Policies Read about our editorial guiding principles and the enforceable standard our journalists follow. A spark in a bleak winter We can only applaud a rare moment of bipartisan ambition and optimism in the first week of Parliament, hinting at better things to come. The brain benefits of looking up from your phone By Lynne Malcolm for All in the Mind When you're waiting in a queue there are various ways to bide your time: chat to someone, gaze off into the distance, or check your phone.

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By Lynne Malcolm for All in the Mind. When you're waiting in a queue there are various ways to bide your time: chat to someone, gaze off into the distance, or check your phone.

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The science of human interaction tells us that the impact on your brain and body is vastly different depending on what you choose. Alison Wylie spent her childhood summers at archaeological excavation sites. Today, she's redefining the field to include Indigenous perspectives. In , illustrator Sophie Beer walked down the aisle with a brain tumour.

Two years later her dream came true when she became a Google Doodler. See where she is now photos Trump says Americans fought the British for control of airports in the s, then backtracks SPORT Cats upset by Bulldogs as Eagles thrash Dockers in Western Derby Brisbane culinary institution of 40 years gutted by fire SPORT Analysis: Australia's hopes rest on eight sets of shoulders at Tour de France photos SPORT Crusaders coach breakdances after clinching third-straight Super Rugby title Melbourne's 'professional beggars' part of global trend that could target other Australian cities Plastic straws and cutlery set to be banned in South Australia 'It's happening now': Climate change threatens public health, and we're seeing its effects already Melania Trump 'Smurfette' sculpture unveiled in Slovenian home town to mixed reviews Opinion: Why we're sick of teaching women how to quit plastic Australia's national parks are reaching an environmental tipping point, rangers warn audio How this family affords to live in Japan and travel the world.

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Editorial Policies Read about our editorial guiding principles and the enforceable standard our journalists follow. A spark in a bleak winter We can only applaud a rare moment of bipartisan ambition and optimism in the first week of Parliament, hinting at better things to come.

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