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Artist Waniwa Lester tells Bible stories through Indigenous dot paintings - Arts & Culture News - ABC News. Updated.

Artist Waniwa Lester tells Bible stories through Indigenous dot paintings - Arts & Culture News - ABC News

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The average Australian's savings: how do you compare? Fitness. Vitiligo. Word added to dictionary the year you were born. Polygraph testing: How it works and how to tell if you’re being lied to. Brody from Homeland takes a polygraph test.

Polygraph testing: How it works and how to tell if you’re being lied to

Why we don't bother to save ourselves billions of dollars. Magazine - The 5 Most Educational MOOC Android Apps - Appszoom. Education is one of the sectors in which innovation in technology is changing the rules of the game faster than ever.

Magazine - The 5 Most Educational MOOC Android Apps - Appszoom

The appearance of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) questions the unaccommodating nature of the present educational system and instead offers us an updated, more accessible and more affordable way to learn. Coding for Kids: Free Websites That Teach Kids Programming.

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See The World’s Most Spoken Languages In One Eye-Opening Infographic. Around the world there are a total of 7,102 known languages, of this gargantuan amount twenty-three remain popular enough to be considered the most spoken languages of the world.

See The World’s Most Spoken Languages In One Eye-Opening Infographic

These 23 languages are considered the mother tongue for more than 50 million people and the native tongue for more than 4.1 billion people. To put this into perspective there are currently around 7.2 billion people living on planet earth. The circle represents the 4.1 billion people around the world that speak one of the 23 most spoken languages. The graphic further breaks down these numbers by the amount of people that speak a given language according to country. Infographic artist Alberto Lucas Lopez created this interesting breakdown for the South China Morning Post. Click on the image to see a larger version and read all of the details.

The colors marked by the countries show the interesting development of languages in different regions. Agnes Water, Queensland: Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa and Heron Island. It's early morning as we meander along the bush trail to the pristine Workman's Beach at Agnes Water, Queensland's most northerly surfing beach.

Agnes Water, Queensland: Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa and Heron Island

The wind is blowing a gale on the other side of the peninsula, and the sand is cool beneath our bare feet. Here, however, it's protected from the biting wind. We unroll our yoga mats and sit for a moment, eyes closed, feeling the fresh air and the warmth of the sun on our faces. Lake Argyle, the Kimberley, helicopter flights: Australia's overlooked man-made wonder.

The logic question six-year-olds can answer, but leaves adults baffled. This card trick will blow your mind. Children of Satan: What do their disturbing tales of bloody rituals mean? Fiona Burns, of Melbourne, reportedly spoke of Satanic rituals before her murder.

Children of Satan: What do their disturbing tales of bloody rituals mean?

Source: News Limited. Should we teach our children to share? Or let them work it out themselves. To share or not to share: That is the question.

Should we teach our children to share? Or let them work it out themselves

Photo: Getty A new parenting trend focuses on parents dictating less and leaving children to behave in line with their "natural inclination". The belief is that the child can eventually figure out they should do the "right" thing for the sake of doing what is right, not because their parents told them to, or offered a reward. It's a surprisingly popular idea – and a real shift away from the behaviourism models that suggest children need modelling or direct teaching of correct behaviour and rewards or punishments to shape their development. If we take a bigger-picture view of parenting, the end goal (hopefully) is to produce a child who can function effectively in society as an adult.

Ultimate card trick goes viral: Video. 9 International Locations To Retire and Live Better. $10 dining: Sydney's top 20 cheap eats 2015. Helen Yee Remember when cheap food used to be a chiko roll and chips?

$10 dining: Sydney's top 20 cheap eats 2015

These days we're more likely to be scoffing a sushi roll or a banh mi Vietnamese pork roll. Cheap food no longer has to be about greasy takeaways, and Sydneysiders know it. You can park yourself at all kinds of places around Sydney and eat in for cheap. Boobs, football and what we really talk about at Dads Group. Clint Greagen (pictured left) says you’d be surprised by what dads really talk about.

Boobs, football and what we really talk about at Dads Group

Source: News Corp Australia I’M sitting among a dozen dads, surrounded by almost twenty rambunctious kids. Study Room - Photos du journal. The Future of World Religions: Population Growth Projections, 2010-2050. Why Muslims Are Rising Fastest and the Unaffiliated Are Shrinking as a Share of the World’s Population The religious profile of the world is rapidly changing, driven primarily by differences in fertility rates and the size of youth populations among the world’s major religions, as well as by people switching faiths. Over the next four decades, Christians will remain the largest religious group, but Islam will grow faster than any other major religion. If current trends continue, by 2050 … These are among the global religious trends highlighted in new demographic projections by the Pew Research Center. The projections take into account the current size and geographic distribution of the world’s major religions, age differences, fertility and mortality rates, international migration and patterns in conversion.

As of 2010, Christianity was by far the world’s largest religion, with an estimated 2.2 billion adherents, nearly a third (31%) of all 6.9 billion people on Earth. Explore the strange side of Singapore. The side of Singapore you probably haven’t seen: Contemporary dining at Ding Dong. Picture: Charis Chang Source: Supplied WHILE many people think of Singapore as a highly conventional city that has way too many shopping centres, there is more to this law-abiding country than the fact you need a prescription to buy chewing gum. The hidden oasis of the Arabian Desert is Heaven on Earth.

Oman is a spectacular place. Source: Getty Images THE French novelist Antoine de Saint-Exupéry once said; “What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well”. Nowhere is this statement more apt than in Oman. The land of Sinbad the Sailor and the Queen of Sheba, Oman — with the exception of the coastline — is seemingly a never-ending desert. In the western part of the country is the Empty Quarter, with sand dunes that tower 30 storeys high. Hands-on review: Try Oppo N3 and R5 smartphones for something different. Forecast: $500,000 to put a 2015 baby through Sydney's private schools.

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