The full extent of King Edward VIII's racist attitudes to Aboriginal Australians have been revealed in a new documentary detailing letters he wrote to his mistress. The correspondence shows the then-Prince of Wales ranting about having to see 'filthy, nauseating creatures' as he met Aborigines during his tour of cities across Australia in The letters to married English socialite Freya Dudley Ward show a different side to the one he portrayed in public during the tour. She was the future King's lover from to and they remained close until , when he met American divorcee Wallis Simpson, whom he gave up the throne for later that year. In public the heir to the throne appeared to be a benevolent royal, showing sympathy to Australian soldiers who had served in the Great War, University of Sydney Royal Historian Dr Cindy McCreery said.
Genetic mutation helps Aboriginal people survive tough climate, research finds
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Updated January 30, Half of Western Australia's Indigenous population has a genetic mutation that has helped them survive the tough central Australian climate for generations, researchers say. A team of scientist from the University of Cambridge examined data from the s and found half the Aboriginal people studied had varying levels of the hormone thyroxine, which regulates metabolism.