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Alan Neuss was 40 when he discovered via an ancestry DNA test that the man he considered to be his Dad was not genetically related to him.

'It just makes sense': How a chance DNA test upended Alan's identity

Alan Neuss is one of many Victorians who discovered through commercial DNA testing that his biological father was not who he grew up believing he was.

  • by Wendy Tuohy
Many modern Australian hotels have windows that cannot be opened.

To fight coronavirus, we all need a breath of fresh air

Locking people in quarantine rooms without access to fresh air is not just bad to their mental health – it may make them more vulnerable to COVID-19.

  • by Tim Moore


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