Here at GTT HQ, in times of news (and fake news) overload, we are loving The Conversation!
There is even a Curious Kids section of The Conversation where you can find the kind of questions that are normally difficult to find answers to!
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Access to independent, high quality, authenticated, explanatory journalism underpins a functioning democracy. The aim is to allow for better understanding of current affairs and complex issues. And hopefully allow for a better quality of public discourse and conversations.
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