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Toowoomba Chronicle
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster carethey are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame th
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 minutes ago
they are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame them for that. They are volunteers.'' Recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows that 5273 households in Queensland provided out-of-home care during... Read more
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Queensland Times
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster carethey are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame th
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care
Queensland Times / Posted 15 minutes ago
they are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame them for that. They are volunteers.'' Recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows that 5273 households in Queensland provided out-of-home care during... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster carethey are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame th
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 19 minutes ago
they are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame them for that. They are volunteers.'' Recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows that 5273 households in Queensland provided out-of-home care during... Read more
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News Mail
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster carethey are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame th
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care
News Mail / Posted 22 minutes ago
they are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame them for that. They are volunteers.'' Recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows that 5273 households in Queensland provided out-of-home care during... Read more
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Daily Examiner
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster carethey are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame th
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care
Daily Examiner / Posted 36 minutes ago
they are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame them for that. They are volunteers.'' Recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows that 5273 households in Queensland provided out-of-home care during... Read more
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Northern Star
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster carethey are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame th
More than 9000 Queensland kids in foster care
Northern Star / Posted 57 minutes ago
they are disgruntled. It's a tough system," Mr Smith said. "You can't blame them for that. They are volunteers.'' Recent Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data shows that 5273 households in Queensland provided out-of-home care during... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Image of dad and daughter stuns judgesand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Image of dad and daughter stuns judges
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
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Queensland Times
Image of dad and daughter stuns judgesand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Image of dad and daughter stuns judges
Queensland Times / Posted an hour ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why same-sex couples are better parentsa new study has revealed. Children raised by lesbian parents received the high
Why same-sex couples are better parents
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
a new study has revealed. Children raised by lesbian parents received the highest "quality of parenting", research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies has found. The study also found that the number of same-sex couple parented families... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Image of dad and daughter stuns judgesand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Image of dad and daughter stuns judges
The Morning Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
6 related stories
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News Mail
Image of dad and daughter stuns judgesand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Image of dad and daughter stuns judges
News Mail / Posted an hour ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
6 related stories
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Northern Star
Image of dad and daughter stuns judgesand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Image of dad and daughter stuns judges
Northern Star / Posted an hour ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
6 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
Image of dad and daughter stuns judgesand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Image of dad and daughter stuns judges
The Daily Mercury / Posted an hour ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Photos hit awards goldand Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again reco
Photos hit awards gold
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
and Coastal Views editorial director Adam Hourigan's photo have been again recognised on a national level. At the recent Australian Institute of Professional Photography awards held in Melbourne, Adam's capture of a father photographing his... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lesbian couple reveal why two mums really are better than onea new study has revealed. Children raised by lesbian parents received the high
Lesbian couple reveal why two mums really are better than one
Daily Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
a new study has revealed. Children raised by lesbian parents received the highest 'quality of parenting', research by the Australian Institute of Family Studies has found. The study also found that the number of same-sex couple parented families... Read more
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The North West Star
Glencore’s new scholarshipDiversity Scholarship is for a female student intending on studying mine survey
Glencore’s new scholarship
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Diversity Scholarship is for a female student intending on studying mine surveying. It is posthumously named after Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors (AIMS) member Timothy Reginald Underhill, who held a senior surveying position at... Read more
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Canberra Times
NSW Swifts unveil decimated netball roster, as Rob Wright admits huge task aheadAmy Sommerville and Maddy Turner – all three were included in the recent Netbal
NSW Swifts unveil decimated netball roster, as Rob Wright admits huge task ahead
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Amy Sommerville and Maddy Turner – all three were included in the recent Netball Australia Emerging Talent Camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in August. Dynamic midcourter Maddy Proud will make the move to join the Club in 2017... Read more
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Daily Journal
Sixers training facility rises above Camdencomplex in pro sports. We’ve gone all over the world, from Major League Basebal
Sixers training facility rises above Camden
Daily Journal / Posted 2 days ago
complex in pro sports. We’ve gone all over the world, from Major League Baseball, to the National Football League, to the Australian Institute of Sports to Manchester United, to pick and choose the things we think reflect our values from sports... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Swifts unveil decimated netball roster, as Rob Wright admits huge task aheadAmy Sommerville and Maddy Turner – all three were included in the recent Netbal
NSW Swifts unveil decimated netball roster, as Rob Wright admits huge task ahead
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Amy Sommerville and Maddy Turner – all three were included in the recent Netball Australia Emerging Talent Camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in August. Dynamic midcourter Maddy Proud will make the move to join the Club in 2017... Read more
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Business Wire
Armadale Capital Plc UK Regulatory Announcement: Drilling Commences at the Mahenge Liandu Graphite Project, Tanzaniarelates to exploration results is based on information compiled by Mr Matt Bull
Armadale Capital Plc UK Regulatory Announcement: Drilling Commences at the Mahenge Liandu Graphite Project, Tanzania
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
relates to exploration results is based on information compiled by Mr Matt Bull, a competent person, who is a Member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists. Mr Bull has sufficient experience which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and... Read more
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Canberra Times
From the A-League to India for Liverpool fan Watsonuntil mid-2017, is a rangy midfielder who keeps it simple, yet has a noticeable
From the A-League to India for Liverpool fan Watson
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
until mid-2017, is a rangy midfielder who keeps it simple, yet has a noticeable presence box-to-box. Coming through the Australian Institute of Sport, he headed to Europe as an 18-year-old – he was a youth and reserve player at FC Porto and had... Read more
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News.com.au
Disease rate higher for indigenous peopleto suffer from diseases, most of which are preventable, a report shows. The la
Disease rate higher for indigenous people
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
to suffer from diseases, most of which are preventable, a report shows. The latest snapshot of indigenous health by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare shows while there have been improvements, there remains a wide gap in terms of... Read more
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The Age
From the A-League to India for Liverpool fan Watsonuntil mid-2017, is a rangy midfielder who keeps it simple, yet has a noticeable
From the A-League to India for Liverpool fan Watson
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
until mid-2017, is a rangy midfielder who keeps it simple, yet has a noticeable presence box-to-box. Coming through the Australian Institute of Sport, he headed to Europe as an 18-year-old – he was a youth and reserve player at FC Porto and had... Read more
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WA Today
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sonsto binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matte
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sons
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
to binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matters. I asked Antonia Quadara, from the Australian Institute of Family Studies and one of Australia's leading authorities on sexual assault, what she thought. She... Read more
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The Age
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sonsto binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matte
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sons
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
to binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matters. I asked Antonia Quadara, from the Australian Institute of Family Studies and one of Australia's leading authorities on sexual assault, what she thought. She... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sonsto binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matte
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sons
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
to binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matters. I asked Antonia Quadara, from the Australian Institute of Family Studies and one of Australia's leading authorities on sexual assault, what she thought. She... Read more
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Canberra Times
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sonsto binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matte
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sons
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
to binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matters. I asked Antonia Quadara, from the Australian Institute of Family Studies and one of Australia's leading authorities on sexual assault, what she thought. She... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sonsto binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matte
Don't bother locking up your daughters, but keep a close eye on your sons
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
to binge. So, number one, be a role model for your sons. Here's why that matters. I asked Antonia Quadara, from the Australian Institute of Family Studies and one of Australia's leading authorities on sexual assault, what she thought. She... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
One third of 'disease burden' suffered by Indigenous Australians 'preventable'than twice the "disease burden" than non-Indigenous Australians, according an a
One third of 'disease burden' suffered by Indigenous Australians 'preventable'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
than twice the "disease burden" than non-Indigenous Australians, according an analysis of illness and death figures. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) report concluded that a significant portion of the overall disease burden... Read more
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University of Queensland
Boeing partnership to give UQ students and researchers new altituderesearch projects, such as unmanned aircraft systems (at UQ’s Queensland Brain
Boeing partnership to give UQ students and researchers new altitude
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
research projects, such as unmanned aircraft systems (at UQ’s Queensland Brain Institute) and sustainable fuel (at UQ’s Australian Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology). In September 2015 the partners announced the Boeing UQ Research... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the gamethrough the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at un
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the game
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
through the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at under-19s and under-21s level, staged at the Australian Institute of Sport and was a key attacking player for both the New South Wales Waratahs (2015) and Queensland... Read more
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Queensland Times
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the gamethrough the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at un
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the game
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
through the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at under-19s and under-21s level, staged at the Australian Institute of Sport and was a key attacking player for both the New South Wales Waratahs (2015) and Queensland... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Lightning signs two stars of the gamethrough the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at un
Lightning signs two stars of the game
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
through the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at under-19s and under-21s level, staged at the Australian Institute of Sport and was a key attacking player for both the New South Wales Waratahs (2015) and Queensland... Read more
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News Mail
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the gamethrough the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at un
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the game
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
through the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at under-19s and under-21s level, staged at the Australian Institute of Sport and was a key attacking player for both the New South Wales Waratahs (2015) and Queensland... Read more
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Daily Examiner
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the gamethrough the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at un
REVEALED: Lightning signs two stars of the game
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
through the ranks for the past five years. She has represented Australia at under-19s and under-21s level, staged at the Australian Institute of Sport and was a key attacking player for both the New South Wales Waratahs (2015) and Queensland... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New project giving young people a voice against violencelot of people can relate to my story, because I grew up with family violence at
New project giving young people a voice against violence
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
lot of people can relate to my story, because I grew up with family violence at a time when, I read a report [from] the Australian Institute of Criminology [that] reported in 1989 as many as 1 in 3 to 1 in 10 families were living with family... Read more
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News.com.au
Mental health rates worse in the bushmore than 38,000 overnight hospitalisations, followed by schizophrenia and delu
Mental health rates worse in the bush
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
more than 38,000 overnight hospitalisations, followed by schizophrenia and delusional disorders at 36,000, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report on Thursday. The ACT had the lowest rate of overnight hospitalisations for... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Mental illness worse in remote areasmore than 38,000 overnight hospitalisations, followed by schizophrenia and delu
Mental illness worse in remote areas
Sky News Australia / Posted 4 days ago
more than 38,000 overnight hospitalisations, followed by schizophrenia and delusional disorders at 36,000, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report on Thursday. The ACT had the lowest rate of overnight hospitalisations for... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Stop treating male patients like women, Adelaide professor saysthe past few decades, there really hasn't been much narrowing of the gender gap
Stop treating male patients like women, Adelaide professor says
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
the past few decades, there really hasn't been much narrowing of the gender gap in health outcomes," he said. In 2013 the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare listed the average life expectancy of Australian men at 80.1 years and women at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Superannuation group warns consumers could lose out if employers choose retirement fundin the superannuation industry are well known and long overdue for reform". Bu
Superannuation group warns consumers could lose out if employers choose retirement fund
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
in the superannuation industry are well known and long overdue for reform". But Tom Garcia, chief executive of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, told The World Today that the current system, where a default product is... Read more
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Money Management
Industry funds baulk at PC’s no defaults baselinethe reality of consumer behaviour and protecting workers from the cross-selling
Industry funds baulk at PC’s no defaults baseline
Money Management / Posted 4 days ago
the reality of consumer behaviour and protecting workers from the cross-selling of the banks," Whiteley said. The Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) also reinforced a "member's best interests" approach, with its chief... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Lyons looks to the futurecall time on his career just yet. Football has been a massive part of the 37-y
Lyons looks to the future
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
call time on his career just yet. Football has been a massive part of the 37-year-old’s life since he started out at the Australian Institute of Sport as a promising teenager during the late 90’s. He went on to trial at Portuguese giants Benfica... Read more
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The Age
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guidelinereach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost f
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guideline
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost four hours a weekend day, research from the Australian Institute of Studies has found. Mr Day and his wife, Verity Campbell, both grew up in homes where television use... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussie kids increasingly glued to screens, study findsto their devices as they get older, with those aged 12 to 13 staring at screens
Aussie kids increasingly glued to screens, study finds
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
to their devices as they get older, with those aged 12 to 13 staring at screens for at least three hours a day. Run by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) has tracked 4,000 children since... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussie kids increasingly glued to screens, study findsas they get older, with those aged 12 to 13 staring at screens for at least thr
Aussie kids increasingly glued to screens, study finds
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
as they get older, with those aged 12 to 13 staring at screens for at least three hours a day. Key points: Run by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) has tracked 4,000 children since... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guidelinethey reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and alm
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guideline
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
they reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost four hours a week, research from the Australian Institute of Studies has found. Mr Day and his wife, Verity Campbell, both grew up in homes where television use... Read more
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The Courier
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guidelinethey reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and alm
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guideline
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
they reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost four hours a week, research from the Australian Institute of Studies has found. Mr Day and his wife, Verity Campbell, both grew up in homes where television use... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guidelinethey reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and alm
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guideline
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
they reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost four hours a week, research from the Australian Institute of Studies has found. Mr Day and his wife, Verity Campbell, both grew up in homes where television use... Read more
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The Young Witness
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guidelinethey reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and alm
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guideline
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
they reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost four hours a week, research from the Australian Institute of Studies has found. Mr Day and his wife, Verity Campbell, both grew up in homes where television use... Read more
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Western Advocate
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guidelinethey reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and alm
Most children's daily screen time far above two-hour guideline
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
they reach their early teens, children average three hours each weekday and almost four hours a week, research from the Australian Institute of Studies has found. Mr Day and his wife, Verity Campbell, both grew up in homes where television use... Read more
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