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Daily Examiner
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
Daily Examiner / Posted 22 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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Northern Star
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
Northern Star / Posted 22 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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23h
The Daily Mercury
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
The Daily Mercury / Posted 23 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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23h
Toowoomba Chronicle
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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Queensland Times
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
Queensland Times / Posted 23 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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23h
The Morning Bulletin
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 23 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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News Mail
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awfulIF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now c
50 years ago we almost named our currency something awful
News Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
IF A different decision had been made 50 years ago, a cup of coffee could now cost four kangas. Or four dinkums. Or four royals. Or, if the creators of TV show The Simpsons had their way, four dollarydoos. There was a lot of controversy about what... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Happy hours the answer to alcohol violence?Governments need to look at why people are loading up on drinks before heading
Happy hours the answer to alcohol violence?
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Governments need to look at why people are loading up on drinks before heading out, a Queensland researcher says. Picture: Adam Smith LAWS designed to combat alcohol-fuelled violence need to address the strong culture of preloading among young... Read more
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News.com.au
Preloading is the problemGovernments need to look at why people are loading up on drinks before heading
Preloading is the problem
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Governments need to look at why people are loading up on drinks before heading out, a Queensland researcher says. Picture: Adam Smith LAWS designed to combat alcohol-fuelled violence need to address the strong culture of preloading among young... Read more
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News Mail
The world according to Jack: Lockout laws set for failureGOVERNMENTS generally prefer to be seen to be doing something than actually doi
The world according to Jack: Lockout laws set for failure
News Mail / Posted yesterday
GOVERNMENTS generally prefer to be seen to be doing something than actually doing something. The current proposed lockout laws are the perfect example. You could argue that I'm nothing more than a 20-something spoilt brat hellbent on disputing... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Criminologist: How to tackle alcohol-fuelled violenceThe Palaszczuk government is introducing a raft of measures to combat alcohol-f
Criminologist: How to tackle alcohol-fuelled violence
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
The Palaszczuk government is introducing a raft of measures to combat alcohol-fuelled violence in Queensland nightspots, such as Fortitude Valley. Photo: File The government is right to be concerned about this. Alcohol is thought to be responsible... Read more
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News Mail
Stories showing male dominance may increase rape cultureCHRISTINE Grey would have been just as sexy as Christian Grey as the lead chara
Stories showing male dominance may increase rape culture
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
CHRISTINE Grey would have been just as sexy as Christian Grey as the lead character in Fifty Shades of Grey - and resulted in less ambivalence about rape, says a study. In a study of almost 500 people, University of Queensland School of Psychology... Read more
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Crikey
Head in the sand 101’: what the world media thinks of our commitment to the environment –As Environment Minister Greg Hunt prepares to return home from the World Govern
Head in the sand 101’: what the world media thinks of our commitment to the environment –
Crikey / Posted 3 days ago
As Environment Minister Greg Hunt prepares to return home from the World Government Summit in Dubai with the title “Best Minister in the World”, you’d think that global media would have nothing but praise for how we handle our climate science. But... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Are they taking the Coast back to the future?Tate’s ‘twisted’ Chevron Island focus, choosing footbridge over traffic congest
Are they taking the Coast back to the future?
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Tate’s ‘twisted’ Chevron Island focus, choosing footbridge over traffic congested roads. TOM Tate has staked his future as mayor on spending up to $20 million of ratepayer money on a footbridge linking Chevron ­Island with the planned ­cultural... Read more
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University of Queensland
Flipping Fifty Shades eroticises equalityChristine Grey would have been just as sexy as Christian Grey as the lead chara
Flipping Fifty Shades eroticises equality
University of Queensland / Posted 3 days ago
Christine Grey would have been just as sexy as Christian Grey as the lead character in Fifty Shades of Grey – and resulted in less ambivalence about rape. In a study of almost 500 people, University of QueenslandSchool of Psychology researcher Emily... Read more
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News.com.au
Are they taking the Coast back to the future?Tate’s ‘twisted’ Chevron Island focus, choosing footbridge over traffic congest
Are they taking the Coast back to the future?
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Tate’s ‘twisted’ Chevron Island focus, choosing footbridge over traffic congested roads. TOM Tate has staked his future as mayor on spending up to $20 million of ratepayer money on a footbridge linking Chevron ­Island with the planned ­cultural... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Erotica with dominant men 'fuelling rape myth acceptance'Sexually dominant men in erotica fuel 'dangerous' gender stereotypes, rape myth
Erotica with dominant men 'fuelling rape myth acceptance'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Sexually dominant men in erotica fuel 'dangerous' gender stereotypes, rape myth acceptance: study Photo: Fifty Shades of Grey the novel and movie has been critisced for pepertuating dangerous gender stereotypes. (Reuters: Fabrizio Bensch) Reading... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Guard Against Crimes of PassionLike many other countries, Zambia has in the recent past continued to witness p
Guard Against Crimes of Passion
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
Like many other countries, Zambia has in the recent past continued to witness people losing lives or being scorched, maimed at the hands of those they love. In short, incidents of what is called crimes of passion have continued to be on the increase... Read more
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The Age
WNBL: South East Queensland Stars drama a concern but Melbourne Boomers show way forwardCanberra Capitals' Rosie Fadljevic and South East Queensland Stars' Ify Ibekne
WNBL: South East Queensland Stars drama a concern but Melbourne Boomers show way forward
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Canberra Capitals' Rosie Fadljevic and South East Queensland Stars' Ify Ibekne in action. Photo: Melissa Adams The demise and revival of South East Queensland Stars has turned the spotlight on the health of the 35-year-old Women's National... Read more
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Brisbane Times
3D modelling to reveal WWI secretsGriffith University PhD candidate Chris Little with his 3D modelling of capture
3D modelling to reveal WWI secrets
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Griffith University PhD candidate Chris Little with his 3D modelling of captured German tank, Mephisto. Photo: Griffith University The final days of a near-century-old World War I German tank could be partially relived through advanced 3D... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Roar’s attacking weapon fires shotDIMITRI Petratos has become the third Brisbane Roar nomination for the A-League
Roar’s attacking weapon fires shot
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
DIMITRI Petratos has become the third Brisbane Roar nomination for the A-League’s NAB young footballer of the year award. Chosen for his form in January, attacking weapon Petratos joins teammates Brandon Borrello (October) and Jamie Maclaren... Read more
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Perth Now
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduledADELAIDE Lightning tonight will host embattled WNBL newcomer SEQ Stars at the L
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduled
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
ADELAIDE Lightning tonight will host embattled WNBL newcomer SEQ Stars at the Lighthouse after Logan City Council late yesterday rescued the club. SEQ on Wednesday was put into liquidation but has won a “stay of execution” which will allow it to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduledSEQ Stars win ‘stay of execution’ with community and corporate backing to see t
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduled
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
SEQ Stars win ‘stay of execution’ with community and corporate backing to see them through WNBL season | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website ADELAIDE Lightning... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduledADELAIDE Lightning tonight will host embattled WNBL newcomer SEQ Stars at the L
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduled
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
ADELAIDE Lightning tonight will host embattled WNBL newcomer SEQ Stars at the Lighthouse after Logan City Council late yesterday rescued the club. SEQ on Wednesday was put into liquidation but has won a “stay of execution” which will allow it to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduledADELAIDE Lightning tonight will host embattled WNBL newcomer SEQ Stars at the L
Stars rescued and face Lightning as scheduled
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
ADELAIDE Lightning tonight will host embattled WNBL newcomer SEQ Stars at the Lighthouse after Logan City Council late yesterday rescued the club. SEQ on Wednesday was put into liquidation but has won a “stay of execution” which will allow it to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Sponsor saves Stars but sacks HealSEQ coach Shane Heal sacked as part of club’s rescue package. Picture: Dylan Co
Sponsor saves Stars but sacks Heal
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
SEQ coach Shane Heal sacked as part of club’s rescue package. Picture: Dylan Coker THE financially-stricken SEQ Stars have lived to fight another day but foundation coach Shane Heal has been sensationally sacked as part of the rescue... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sponsor saves Stars but sacks HealSponsor saves SEQ Stars but sacks coach Shane Heal as part of rescue package |
Sponsor saves Stars but sacks Heal
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
Sponsor saves SEQ Stars but sacks coach Shane Heal as part of rescue package | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SEQ coach Shane Heal sacked as part of club’s... Read more
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The Age
WNBL: South East Queensland Stars to play out season without coach Shane HealCoach no longer: Shane Heal. Photo: Getty Images South East Queensland Stars w
WNBL: South East Queensland Stars to play out season without coach Shane Heal
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Coach no longer: Shane Heal. Photo: Getty Images South East Queensland Stars will play out the WNBL season after a last-minute deal to keep them on the court. Stars chairman Jarrod Sierocki called in liquidators on Wednesday due to his losses on... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Why we don’t have a vaccine for Zika – Suresh Mahalingam Published: 4 February 2016 7:28 AM As Zika fear rises, especially in the wak
Why we don’t have a vaccine for Zika – Suresh Mahalingam
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 9 days ago
Published: 4 February 2016 7:28 AM As Zika fear rises, especially in the wake of the World Health Organisation on Monday night declaring a state of public health emergency, people are... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Hunt for a father's killer enters week threeTara Miko Reporter Tara started with APN in 2010 after graduating with a journa
Hunt for a father's killer enters week three
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
Tara Miko Reporter Tara started with APN in 2010 after graduating with a journalism and politics degree from Griffith University in Brisbane. After two-and-a-half years working on APN papers in the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland, she joined the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Inside the life of a sugar babySeeking Arrangement: Inside the life of a $75k-a-year sugar baby | DailyTelegra
Inside the life of a sugar baby
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Seeking Arrangement: Inside the life of a $75k-a-year sugar baby | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar... Read more
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Perth Now
‘You have to give him anything’SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is
‘You have to give him anything’
Perth Now / Posted 12 days ago
SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is a 19-year-old uni student. Her “boyfriend” is a 51-year-old who runs a successful Perth consulting business. He paid her $75,000 last year. Lola is one of a growing... Read more
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News.com.au
‘You have to give him anything’: The life of a $75k-year sugar babySeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is
‘You have to give him anything’: The life of a $75k-year sugar baby
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is a 19-year-old uni student. Her “boyfriend” is a 51-year-old who runs a successful Perth consulting business. He paid her $75,000 last year. Lola is one of a growing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘You have to give him anything’SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is
‘You have to give him anything’
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
SeekingArrangement.com connects ‘sugar babies’ with ‘sugar daddies’. “LOLA” is a 19-year-old uni student. Her “boyfriend” is a 51-year-old who runs a successful Perth consulting business. He paid her $75,000 last year. Lola is one of a growing... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Jobs up for grabs for Comm GamesJobs are up for grabs for the Commonwealth Games. RECKON you’d make a good bat
Jobs up for grabs for Comm Games
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Jobs are up for grabs for the Commonwealth Games. RECKON you’d make a good baton-bearer’s lead? What about a bus systems manager, protocol lead, brand executive or road cycling manager? Commonwealth Games organisers have embarked on their biggest... Read more
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Brisbane Times
University entrance charade widens to regionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
University entrance charade widens to regions
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data from a Fairfax Media investigation into university admissions has... Read more
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WA Today
University entrance charade widens to regionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
University entrance charade widens to regions
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data from a Fairfax Media investigation into university admissions has... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissions
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data reveals Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of... Read more
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The Young Witness
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissions
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data reveals Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of... Read more
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Western Advocate
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissions
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data reveals Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissions
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data reveals Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of... Read more
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The Age
University entrance charade widens to regionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
University entrance charade widens to regions
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data from a Fairfax Media investigation into university admissions has... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Universities defend standards but condemn imperfect ATARsUniversity chiefs are publicly condemning the ATAR university admissions system
Universities defend standards but condemn imperfect ATARs
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
University chiefs are publicly condemning the ATAR university admissions system, after a Fairfax Media investigation revealed that a policy of admitting sub-standard students was rampant throughout the sector. Both the ANU and UC have criticised the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
University entrance charade widens to regionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
University entrance charade widens to regions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data from a Fairfax Media investigation into university admissions has... Read more
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The Border Mail
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissions
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data reveals Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissionsRegional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who h
Regional NSW universities are also flouting minimum marks cut-offs for many admissions
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of students who have not scored the minimum marks required to get into courses such as business and law, new data reveals Regional NSW universities are admitting more than 70 per cent of... Read more
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The Courier
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touchBut some course almost filled with school leavers who have not made the officia
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touch
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
But some course almost filled with school leavers who have not made the official cut. Some courses at the University of Canberra are being almost filled with students who have not scored the minimum marks officially required to be there. New data... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touchBut some course almost filled with school leavers who have not made the officia
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touch
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
But some course almost filled with school leavers who have not made the official cut. Some courses at the University of Canberra are being almost filled with students who have not scored the minimum marks officially required to be there. New data... Read more
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The Young Witness
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touchBut some course almost filled with school leavers who have not made the officia
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touch
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
But some course almost filled with school leavers who have not made the official cut. Some courses at the University of Canberra are being almost filled with students who have not scored the minimum marks officially required to be there. New data... Read more
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Canberra Times
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touchThe University of Canberra says there is more to its entry offers than just ATA
UC denies it's a soft ATAR touch
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
The University of Canberra says there is more to its entry offers than just ATAR scores. Photo: Rohan Thomson Some courses at the University of Canberra are being almost filled with students who have not scored the minimum marks officially required... Read more
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