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2015/07/28 20:26
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... say he's a man of vision and drive, a Steve Jobs like figure, a salesman extraordinaire. Prime Ministers take his calls. Bill Clinton, Bono and even the Pope have signed up to his...
2015/07/28 20:26
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2015/07/28 10:55
2015/07/28 10:55
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New research led by the University of Southampton in the UK offers a non-surgical, non-drug treatment for otitis media with effusion in the form of a simple procedure where the patient blows into a...
2015/07/28 03:23
2015/07/28 03:23
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Gaming Association updates profile of average ‘gamer’, as number of older players surge The industry association representing the interactive gaming sector says the average person who plays video...
2015/07/27 18:29
2015/07/27 18:29
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AUSTRALIA might be a sunburnt country but it’s also a land of sweeping games, with six in 10 Aussies playing video games, and dedicating almost an hour and half every day to interactive...
2015/07/26 20:26
2015/07/26 20:26
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Mary's Cathedral Hall, Sydney. This is an edited version of that lecture. The campaign to redefine marriage has recently gained such momentum - with now three and soon four bills before the...
2015/07/26 17:56
2015/07/26 17:56
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Deflation is back on the front burner and it's going to destroy all of the careful central planning and related market manipulation of the past 6 years. Clear signs from the periphery indicate that a...
2015/07/26 07:29
2015/07/26 07:29
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THEY have more viewers than the population of Melbourne, make more cash than the average Australian worker could ever dream of and haven’t left their bedrooms in a long time. Meet the young...
2015/07/25 15:15
2015/07/25 15:15
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Job losses, crime, corruption, the daily grind of life on struggle street: so much of our lives is dominated by doom, gloom and drudgery that it often seems there’s little good in the world. Job...
2015/07/25 12:46
2015/07/25 12:46
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Would you pay to watch someone play video games online? THEY have more viewers than the population of Sydney, make more cash than the average worker could ever dream of and haven’t left their...
2015/07/24 02:39
2015/07/24 02:39
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First, the good news. None of the BusinessDay forecasting panel expects a recession this coming year. But Australia's terms of trade are set to dive further and wage growth will be so low it won't...
2015/07/23 12:21
2015/07/23 12:21
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There's no such thing as 'chemical-free' food! Video exposes idiotic fad for describing products as being natural or chemical The video was produced by Toronto-based ASAPScience It explains that...
2015/07/23 08:06
2015/07/23 08:06
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... Environment, Cultural Logic, Dark Night Field Notes, Revolutionary History (Great Britain), New Interventions (Great Britain), Canadian Dimension, Revolution Magazine (New Zealand), Swans...
2015/07/22 06:55
2015/07/22 06:55
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... Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, the virologist and immunologist, won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1960 as well as being named the Australian of the Year. Fairfax image 1961: Australian opera...
2015/07/21 07:12
2015/07/21 07:12
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Ahead of the 80th anniversary of the maiden voyage of RMS Queen Mary, built at John Browns in Clydebank, we asked readers to share with us their memories of sailing on the great Cunard liner and you...
2015/07/20 19:10
2015/07/20 19:10
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Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. U.S. coal industry in upheavalThe surge in domestic natural gas production, waning markets in China and new pollution controls for coal-fired power...
2015/07/19 23:29
2015/07/19 23:29
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Pretty model Karissa Dalton has been happily married to legendary Australian surfer Mick Fanning for more than seven years, she is feeling incredible thankful her hubby is safe and sound after he was...
2015/07/17 11:56
2015/07/17 11:56
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After weeks of overnight turbulence following every twist and turn in the Greek drama, this morning has seen a scarcity of mostly gap up (or NYSE-breakding "down") moves, and S&P500 futures are...
2015/07/17 10:26
2015/07/17 10:26
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Five former criminals who came to fame in the art world after a life of crime A former armed robber has won the prestigious Archibald Prize, with his portrait of the barrister who inspired the ABC TV...
2015/07/17 05:46
2015/07/17 05:46
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Ashley Kelly is hand-raising little joey Ziggy. Picture: Martin Lange ASHLEY Kelly was waking up every two hours to feed baby Ziggy when he first came into her care. But Ziggy isn’t a human baby —...
2015/07/17 01:39
2015/07/17 01:39
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STRAIGHT TALK: HOW THE PROPERTY MARKET IS BOUNCING BACK Written on the 17 July 2015 by Jenna Rathbone ESTABLISHED in the 1970s, RE/MAX has grown to be the largest real estate company in the world...
2015/07/28 20:26
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