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2014/04/18 05:26
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Calls to preserve School of the Air in South Australia Parents in remote parts of South Australia are trying to find a way to preserve the state's School of the Air. The school has been part of...
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2014/04/14 23:26
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End of the Road Monday 14 April 2014 Australians love their cars. And for much of the past six decades the cars they've loved most have been home-grown. In that time, Australia has been one of a...
2014/04/14 14:39
2014/04/14 14:39
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An Australian-based water scientist is testing a new technology to help save imperilled underground water resources in Australia and around the world as climate change tightens its grip on the global...
2014/04/14 07:19
2014/04/14 07:19
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Wave of xenophobia threatens Singapore’s reputation Singapore’s government hopes regulations coming into effect this summer will help defuse tensions over foreign workers | Shutterstock By Jonathan...
2014/04/11 23:20
2014/04/11 23:20
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Neil Sachse almost didn’t play his second Australian Rules match for Footscray. NEIL Sachse almost didn’t play his second Australian Rules match for Footscray on what would be a fateful day in April...
2014/04/11 17:20
2014/04/11 17:20
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A third of Americans don’t get enough sleep, leading to irritability, distractedness, and sloppiness — none of which help with productivity. Even the well-rested typically experience an energy dip...
2014/04/08 08:38
2014/04/08 08:38
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Hannah Kent celebrated her 29th birthday on Monday with the news that her book Burial Rites had made the six-strong shortlist for the award, alongside heavyweight writers including Donna Tartt and...
2014/04/07 20:40
2014/04/07 20:40
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Hannah Kent celebrated her 29th birthday on Monday with the news that her book Burial Rites had made the six-strong shortlist for the award, alongside heavyweight writers including Donna Tartt and...
2014/04/07 15:26
2014/04/07 15:26
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If mesh networks take off, they could challenge reliance on cellular data or existing wireless for Internet. A few weeks ago, January Chang, a student at National Taiwan University, joined her fellow...
2014/04/06 16:50
2014/04/06 16:50
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Tania Sewell (in pink) is the director of Sanctuary Lakes Childrens Services in Point Cook. Photo: Eddie Jim Early childhood educators feel they are perceived as being ''just babysitters'', with...
2014/04/04 15:50
2014/04/04 15:50
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Mental health worker Michael Oates talks with Hayden Parkyn near Robinvale on the Murray River. Photo: Eddie Jim A young man sits under a jacaranda in the remotest corner of Victoria. He's at a...
2014/04/01 09:27
2014/04/01 09:27
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Malaysia Airlines MH370: Search could be hindered by oceans full of garbage, experts say As the protracted search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 continues, the prevalence of ocean junk – fishing...
2014/04/01 06:54
2014/04/01 06:54
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Unless governments invest more in breeding crops with nutritional values, people will continue suffering from nutritional diseases that have killed millions around the world. This was highlighted at...
2014/03/31 12:39
2014/03/31 12:39
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Flinders University groundwater expert Dr Margaret Shanafield is digging deep to find out how much water should be released upstream to replenish the endangered Coorong Wetlands. Dr Shanafield, a...
2014/03/28 03:31
2014/03/28 03:31
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A majority of women say they'd like to lose weight before their wedding day. But a recent Australian study found most brides-to-be don't reach their goal and actually end up gaining weight within 6...
2014/03/26 21:26
2014/03/26 21:26
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Who are the new faces in the fourth-term SA Labor Government? There are four new faces in the Labor Government ministry for the ALP's fourth term in South Australia, three of them ALP members and...
2014/03/25 05:22
2014/03/25 05:22
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Conquer insomnia for good: Struggle to drop off? Keep waking up? These ingenious techniques, from the world's top sleep scientists, can give you sweet dreams for ever In a major new book, Professor...
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2014/03/23 12:20
2014/03/23 12:20
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New tool to hunt water on Earth and Mars The theory may play a vital role in securing the Earth's fresh water supplies, especially in heavily populated regions like India and China, researchers...
2014/03/23 09:17
2014/03/23 09:17
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HEARING a splash in calm waters, Elise Lavers turned her sea kayak and was confronted with the sight of a 6m great white shark. She paddled towards it — not away — to retrieve friend Michael Demasi...
2014/03/22 05:43
2014/03/22 05:43
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia's missing-plane crisis has exposed the shortcomings of a ruling regime already wrestling with a rapidly shrinking support base, fierce racial divisions and international...
2014/04/18 05:26
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