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2015/02/27 19:07
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KUCHING: The Malaysian Institute of Chemistry (IKM) Sarawak will hold its annual general meeting (AGM) at Imperial Hotel here on March 14. A media statement on Thursday said members and chemists are...
2015/02/27 19:07
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2015/02/24 12:17
2015/02/24 12:17
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GOOGLE will tell you Sara West can count Oscar maven Meryl Streep on her list of credited co-stars, in her short but so far brilliant young career. Wrong. But take the web error on the Adelaide...
2015/02/23 23:47
2015/02/23 23:47
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Jet lag can knock you around for days unless you take sensible precautions. Photo: iStock Hitting the ground running is how most executives would prefer to arrive at overseas business destinations....
2015/02/21 09:34
2015/02/21 09:34
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On Tuesday, I spent my lunch break at a ‘Talk with your fork’ at VicHealth on ‘time as a social determinant of health’. I jumped at the invitation to come along and cover it for Croakey, because the...
2015/02/19 13:46
2015/02/19 13:46
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Jet lag can knock you around for days unless you take sensible precautions. Photo: iStock Hitting the ground running is how most executives would prefer to arrive at overseas business destinations....
2015/02/19 11:05
2015/02/19 11:05
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Stick it up here: Phil Dinning and John Arkwright fool around with fibre optic catheters they invented. Photo: Brendon Thorne Ask any Australian to name a few homegrown inventions and the list...
2015/02/19 09:20
2015/02/19 09:20
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Tim Flannery is concerned a plan to extend Beaumaris yacht club would damage a nearby fossil site. Photo: Joe Armao A group representing more than 2000 palaeontologists from more than 100 countries...
2015/02/19 07:26
2015/02/19 07:26
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ELEANOR HALL: The number of people taking their own lives in Australia has reached a 10 year high, with almost seven people suiciding every day. The number of men taking their own lives vastly...
2015/02/18 18:16
2015/02/18 18:16
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... loving girls’ had planned to go on OE together after graduating from university Natasha Strydom (left) and Jani von Wielligh were killed this week in the Coromandel during a road-trip in...
2015/02/18 15:39
2015/02/18 15:39
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Two studies published in the latest issue of the Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities addressed women's empowerment through education and political engagement. Despite common...
2015/02/17 03:46
2015/02/17 03:46
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Swiss-born Australian Christophe Hoppe will take his Australian watch company to the world's biggest watch fair, Baselworld in Switzerland. Photo: James Brickwood Like selling ice to Eskimos or oil...
2015/02/16 12:39
2015/02/16 12:39
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The role rainforests play through storing carbon in the battle against climate change is well understood, but Deakin University scientists now believe the humble swamp, or freshwater wetland, could be...
2015/02/15 20:55
2015/02/15 20:55
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Western Fleurieu sound designer acknowledged at national award ceremony. Western Fleurieu sound designer James Currie worked on the film Charlie's Country, which has won an Australian Academy of...
2015/02/15 11:47
2015/02/15 11:47
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A study done by a group of scientists with University of California, Irvine, in California, University of Western Australia and Flinders University, both in Australia, discovered a way to unboil an...
2015/02/15 09:37
2015/02/15 09:37
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Indians marginalised as long as race-based parties exist, says author Published: 15 February 2015 4:41 PM Dr Carl Vadivella Belle is a former Australian diplomatic officer who was based in Kuala...
2015/02/13 15:13
2015/02/13 15:13
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While pervasively gloomy, Robyn Cadwallader's book The Anchoress is at times `almost unbearably sensual' as a woman in isolation becomes hyper aware of all her senses. Sally Pryor explains. It's a...
2015/02/13 09:17
2015/02/13 09:17
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Was Einstein wrong? Associate Professor Reg Cahill from Flinders University in Australia is trying to demonstrate that Einstein was wrong. He is well aware that his activities will not make him...
2015/02/13 00:28
2015/02/13 00:28
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New Zealand leads Lancet call for TPPA transparencyFriday, 13 February 2015, 1:22 pmPress Release: OraTaiaoMEDIA RELEASE Thursday, 12 February 2015Embargoed to Friday 13 February 2015 1.01pm NZDT...
2015/02/12 06:56
2015/02/12 06:56
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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...
2015/02/07 22:26
2015/02/07 22:26
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NARRATIONWhat makes a red-eyed tree frog see red? Well, getting in its personal space for one thing. Holding on to its territory is vital for mating success, and the sight of an intruder sends male...
2015/02/27 19:07
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