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Author Archives: Oryana Angel

Ghosts Linger in Halifax

In April 1912, the Titanic went down after colliding with an iceberg during its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. But it was Halifax, on Canada's eastern coast, which dealt with the ghastly aftermath of the calamity that killed about 1500 people. Read More »

Shifting Sands

The influx of sea changers raises questions about how to manage rapid population growth and development in Australia's coastal communities. Oryana Angel reports. Read More »

Food for Thought

From Frankenfood and mutant fish to an agricultual revolution and the means to eradicate world hunger, discussion about genetically modified food is rich with sentiment and just as heavily divided. Oryana Angel reports. Read More »

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