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2015/04/26 06:26
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Iraqi students at Adelaide university develop robotic technology that can detect human life Two Iraqi men studying at Adelaide's Flinders University have developed new technology for detecting human...
2015/04/26 06:26
2015/04/26 06:26
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2015/04/23 22:34
2015/04/23 22:34
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Today the Hon Julia Gillard will launch a new Centre of Research Excellence on Policy and Health Equity. In this article Fran Baum and Sharon Friel introduce us to the work and goals of the new...
2015/04/22 01:50
2015/04/22 01:50
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William 'Billy' Sing was born in 1886 to an English mother and Chinese father. Photo: Australian War Memorial Billy Sing earned the nicknames "The Murderer" and "The Assassin" as a deadly sniper who...
2015/04/21 09:26
2015/04/21 09:26
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Women in the Australian Defence Force: The progress from challenges to choices When Australia commemorates the Anzac centenary this weekend, tributes will be paid to the thousands of men who died...
2015/04/20 06:17
2015/04/20 06:17
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BY the time they are 17 and 18, most Australians are focused on finishing school and planning the next stage in their lives — but it’s also the time they reach their criminal peak. By their late...
2015/04/18 21:48
2015/04/18 21:48
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2015/04/18 00:45
2015/04/18 00:45
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Catch up with what's making news around regional Australia. State of the Nation SO it's Saturday and we thought we'd show you the new Star Wars teaser again. Seriously - this is going to be...
2015/04/17 01:17
2015/04/17 01:17
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EARLIER this week, news.com.au published an article about a growing group of researchers who believe humans will soon live to be 1000 years old. Cambridge gerontologist Aubrey de Grey is leading the...
2015/04/16 04:40
2015/04/16 04:40
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Study opens new possibilities for scientists to create genetic tests and future treatments for Exfoliation Syndrome Singapore — An international research collaboration led by Singaporean researchers...
2015/04/15 17:13
2015/04/15 17:13
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The "ugly parent" is popping up all too often at sporting matches across the Illawarra, according to a 10-year-old who reckons adults should know better. The "ugly parent" is popping up all too often...
2015/04/14 21:39
2015/04/14 21:39
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Scientists from Australia, Denmark, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States describe the research they conducted on organic and conventional farms to arrive at dollar values for natural...
2015/04/11 16:12
2015/04/11 16:12
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A DRAMATIC increase in suicides on Victoria’s regional train network can be attributed to the installation of safety barriers on Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge, the state’s regional rail chief says. A...
2015/04/08 19:15
2015/04/08 19:15
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Australian rock icon Doc Neeson has died at age 67 MIDNIGHT Oil frontman Peter Garrett has led tributes to Doc Neeson, describing the Angels singer as a ‘‘big man with a huge heart’’. Neeson died...
2015/04/07 21:28
2015/04/07 21:28
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United Nations lawyer Paul White urges Australian law students to consider careers overseas Photo: Displaced people from the minority Yazidi sect have fled violence from forces loyal to the Islamic...
2015/04/06 06:26
2015/04/06 06:26
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Flinders University study finds crime victims often increase alcohol, drug use without realising A study is finding crime victims often increase their use of alcohol or drugs after their ordeal,...
2015/04/03 22:26
2015/04/03 22:26
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Prisoner art exhibition at Adelaide Festival Centre aims to reconnect prisoners to outside world More than 60 artworks by anonymous prisoners from around South Australia will go on display at...
2015/04/03 05:26
2015/04/03 05:26
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Former Tasmanian paramedic says she worked and drove ambulance whilst high on ice A Tasmanian woman has admitted she carried out her work as a paramedic and drove ambulances while high on the drug...
2015/04/02 01:11
2015/04/02 01:11
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WITH nearly a third of women in their 20s now sporting a tattoo, a James Cook University researcher says the growth of the 'ink' industry shows no sign of slowing down. Dr Eduardo de la Fuente said a...
2015/03/31 05:27
2015/03/31 05:27
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In remote Broken Hill the medical staff use their wits to remedy any manner of injury. Dr Andrew Olesnicky picture supplied. According to Dr Andrew Olesnicky hospital emergency departments are like...
2015/03/29 00:26
2015/03/29 00:26
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South Road upgrade plan for Darlington revised, to cut out traffic lights for Adelaide motorists Changes have been made to the upgrade planned for South Road at Darlington, in Adelaide's south. The...
2015/04/26 06:26
2015/04/26 06:26
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