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By Alana Schetzer. Sweden has a unique relationship with North Korea and is relied on by Western countries for help when they have problems with the "hermit kingdom". Tom Gleeson's Gold Logie speech, an historically low interest rate, and an Arctic fox's extraordinary cross-continent trip — these were just some of the big stories this week, but did you read beyond the headlines? By Tom Wildie. When a news photographer captured Indigenous footballer Nicky Winmar's response to racial abuse at the hands of Collingwood fans 26 years ago, he knew he had witnessed something extraordinary.
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