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2014/10/25 14:56
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A paralysed man has begun to walk again after pioneering surgery using cells from his nasal cavity. How was this possible - and what does it mean for others with spinal injury? Kate Hagan stitches...
2014/10/25 14:56
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2014/10/25 08:10
2014/10/25 08:10
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Barry Spurr v New Matilda: battle lines drawn in landmark privacy case New Matilda is in court today, accused of, among other things, breaching the Privacy Act in publishing Professor Barry Spurr’s...
2014/10/24 11:39
2014/10/24 11:39
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Parallel universes – worlds where the dinosaur-killing asteroid never hit, or where Australia was colonised by the Portuguese – are a staple of science fiction. But are they real? In a radical paper...
2014/10/24 02:26
2014/10/24 02:26
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NarrationThe monotonous two-by-two cubicles of the open-plan office have been with us since the middle of last century. But new research suggests it may be time to rethink our workplaces. Professor...
2014/10/23 13:27
2014/10/23 13:27
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We all know seals are cute but could a robotic baby harp seal help to treat and ease the symptoms of dementia? We all know seals are cute but could a robotic baby harp seal help to treat and ease the...
2014/10/23 08:46
2014/10/23 08:46
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FIRST MEETING. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (L) walks with Indonesian President Joko Widodo shortly after a meeting at the presidential palace, in Jakarta on October 20, 2014. Photo by Mast...
2014/10/21 11:34
2014/10/21 11:34
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Gough Whitlam, Labor prime minister from 1972 to 1975, has died aged 98. A giant of modern Australian politics, his passing triggered a flood of tributes on Tuesday morning. In a statement, current...
2014/10/21 00:17
2014/10/21 00:17
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Health fiasco: How planning and management failures saw State Government blow $2.2bn on hospitals Health Minister Lawrence Springborg and Campbell Newman outside the Lady Cilento Hospital. The report...
2014/10/18 15:29
2014/10/18 15:29
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PARENTS at a small Catholic school have petitioned against a problem Year 2 boy dubbed “devil child”and “son of Satan”. Angry mums and dads have demanded the removal of the student they claim...
2014/10/18 04:22
2014/10/18 04:22
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It no longer seems funny to joke with Russians about nuclear war. New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, was enjoying some friendly banter with his Russian counterpart when they stumbled on to a...
2014/10/17 23:12
2014/10/17 23:12
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Economists may be bad at forecasting, but that doesn't stop them arguing about events long after the rest of us have moved on. Economists may be bad at forecasting - even at foreseeing something as...
2014/10/17 21:20
2014/10/17 21:20
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I was born in Creemore into a military family. I attended Barrie Central Collegiate and Eastview Secondary School and studied mutli-media communication at Georgian College. Married Deana (Arbuthnot),...
2014/10/17 13:39
2014/10/17 13:39
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Australian rock art is under threat from both natural and cultural forces impacting on sites. But what saddens me the most is that there is so much government lethargy in Australia when it comes to...
2014/10/16 12:08
2014/10/16 12:08
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Helping social workers face the ethical challenges of social media is up for discussion this Friday (17 October) at Social Work in Health in the 21st Century: Innovating, Influencing, Integrating. A...
2014/10/16 04:26
2014/10/16 04:26
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Fact check: Does a farmer commit suicide every four days in Australia as Bob Katter says? Australian agriculture is "closing down" and farmers - "the toughest people this nation has ever produced" -...
2014/10/16 01:42
2014/10/16 01:42
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This is what passes for mainstream political dialogue in 2014. It’s unsurprising that a recent Griffith University study found Australians are deeply disenchanted with the political process. “We are...
2014/10/14 08:08
2014/10/14 08:08
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Providing increased services for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers will be the focus of Griffith research following the award of a $1.85m grant to one of Australia’s foremost authorities on the...
2014/10/14 03:49
2014/10/14 03:49
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Newly dated cave art from Sulawesi have now been determined as among the oldest human art yet discovered. Prehistoric paintings at least 40,000 years old that depict animals – including a babirusa...
2014/10/14 02:27
2014/10/14 02:27
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University of Queensland student Bridget Mahon is set to fly to Italy, thanks to her literary and linguistic skills. The third-year Bachelor of Communication/Bachelor of Arts student has won the...
2014/10/14 02:17
2014/10/14 02:17
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AUSTRALIA would eventually and shamefully be brought back into the global response to climate change, but in the meantime was positioning itself as the "dirty man" of carbon emissions, according to a...
2014/10/25 14:56
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