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Scoop.co.nz
Sylvester Named iD Dunedin Fashion Week NZ Guest DesignerSylvester follows a tradition of showcasing high profile national guest designe
Sylvester Named iD Dunedin Fashion Week NZ Guest Designer
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 22 hours ago
Sylvester follows a tradition of showcasing high profile national guest designers on the iD runway, which in the past has included Zambesi, Liz Mitchell, WORLD, Hailwood, Cybèle, Yvonne Bennetti, and last year’s Doris de Pont. Born in Ardmore,... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Future of education, jobs and economySaturday, 6 February 2016, 2:45 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityUnderstanding
Future of education, jobs and economy
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Saturday, 6 February 2016, 2:45 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityUnderstanding the global economic forces that determine whether a tertiary degree will result in a job – let... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Pup turns camp entertainerA sea lion pup at Warrington Beach has been delighting visitors by touring the
Pup turns camp entertainer
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
A sea lion pup at Warrington Beach has been delighting visitors by touring the area and taking shelter under vehicles in the camping ground. Born at Warrington Beach on January 4, it was now more mobile and had been expected to have headed out to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
North Harbour Club Celebrates 20 YearsThursday, 4 February 2016, 2:18 pmPress Release: North Harbour Club 4 February
North Harbour Club Celebrates 20 Years
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Thursday, 4 February 2016, 2:18 pmPress Release: North Harbour Club 4 February 2016 – In 2015 the North Harbour Club celebrated 20 years of helping talented North Harbour... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sir Stephen Tindall Opens Social Innovation ConferenceWednesday, 3 February 2016, 2:54 pmPress Release: Massey University‘Collaborati
Sir Stephen Tindall Opens Social Innovation Conference
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
Wednesday, 3 February 2016, 2:54 pmPress Release: Massey University‘Collaborating for Impact’ is the theme of the third Social Innovation and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Lead poisoning in children associated with lead-based paintWednesday, 3 February 2016, 11:42 amPress Release: Massey University Wednesday,
Lead poisoning in children associated with lead-based paint
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
Wednesday, 3 February 2016, 11:42 amPress Release: Massey University Wednesday, February 3, 2016Lead poisoning notifications for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cultures differ over attitudes to moneyLeaving the price tag on gifts is a sign of how Chinese people can be more open
Cultures differ over attitudes to money
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Leaving the price tag on gifts is a sign of how Chinese people can be more open about financial matters. Sally Liu says Chinese are more open about money than other Kiwis. When Sally Liu returned to China for a visit and her aunt asked how much she... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Housing multi-generational familiesmigration from countries where multi-generational living is a cultural norm; f
Housing multi-generational families
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
migration from countries where multi-generational living is a cultural norm; family members pooling resources to own or rent a home together, people marrying or living together later and staying with parents in the meantime, and individuals and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Central Districts Field Days celebrates Tuesday, 2 February 2016, 12:46 pmPress Release: Fairfax Media the latest and
Central Districts Field Days celebrates
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 days ago
Tuesday, 2 February 2016, 12:46 pmPress Release: Fairfax Media the latest and greatest in agricultureThe annual Central Districts Field Days, the largest regional field... Read more
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PhysOrg
Explaining species differences in bat mortality from white-nose syndromeA big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus). Credit: Paul Cryan/USGS Fort Collins Bat bo
Explaining species differences in bat mortality from white-nose syndrome
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
A big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus). Credit: Paul Cryan/USGS Fort Collins Bat body type, and the environmental conditions bats use in their hibernation sites, may explain species differences in bat mortality from white-nose syndrome, according to a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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The Courier
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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The Young Witness
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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Western Advocate
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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Manning River Times
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
11 related stories
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The North West Star
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
11 related stories
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The North West Star
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
11 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
11 related stories
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The Border Mail
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by AustraliansMore people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way a
Exodus to New Zealand: Kiwis fleeing back home, joined by Australians
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
More people are moving to New Zealand from Australia instead of the other way around for the first time in decades as Kiwis return to a buoyant economy and are joined by foreigners in search of work. More people are moving to New Zealand from... Read more
11 related stories
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Scoop.co.nz
Low Intensity Help for Depression under SpotlightMonday, 1 February 2016, 2:22 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityPsychologists a
Low Intensity Help for Depression under Spotlight
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 7 days ago
Monday, 1 February 2016, 2:22 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityPsychologists at Massey University are investigating whether a form of low intensity... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Emerging designer gets big chanceAn Otago Polytechnic graduate will join a cast of fashion designers from around
Emerging designer gets big chance
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
An Otago Polytechnic graduate will join a cast of fashion designers from around the world when she shows her creations at the iD International Emerging Designer Awards in March. Shelby Tuinman-Bell, of Queenstown, is one of four chosen from the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Housing NZ eyes meth testHousing NZ says a drug-tainted house costs $10,000 to clean. Photo / Dean Purce
Housing NZ eyes meth test
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Housing NZ says a drug-tainted house costs $10,000 to clean. Photo / Dean Purcell All state houses may be tested for methamphetamine contamination when they become vacant, after a huge jump in affected houses in two years. Housing NZ says it found... Read more
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Science Daily
Location, location location: Bat survival depends on itWhite-nose syndrome is a fungal disease of hibernating bats that has caused dra
Location, location location: Bat survival depends on it
Science Daily / Posted 8 days ago
White-nose syndrome is a fungal disease of hibernating bats that has caused dramatic bat population declines in North America since 2007 -- yet certain bats survive infection. The collaborative research was centered at Colorado State University as... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Go-getter stays at hub of enterpriseHEAVY LIFTERS: TWL is growing strongly and well placed for future growth with L
Go-getter stays at hub of enterprise
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
HEAVY LIFTERS: TWL is growing strongly and well placed for future growth with Logan Taylor (left) joining the team as business development manager, pictured with managing director Stewart Taylor and founding director Trevor Taylor. PHOTO/DUNCAN... Read more
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NZCity
Crafts on show at Dunedin's fashion weekJudges are hinting garments made using crafts and based on the ideals of "slow
Crafts on show at Dunedin's fashion week
NZCity / Posted 9 days ago
Judges are hinting garments made using crafts and based on the ideals of "slow fashion" will feature in the emerging designer competition at iD Dunedin Fashion Week. Designers from 15 countries are in the running for this year's iD International... Read more
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PhysOrg
Crystal frameworks hold potential to deter pollutionClockwise from top, a non-interpenetrated metal-organic framework, in blue, wit
Crystal frameworks hold potential to deter pollution
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Clockwise from top, a non-interpenetrated metal-organic framework, in blue, with partially interpenetrated frameworks and a doubly interpenetrated framework. Chemists at Massey University have created a hybrid crystal framework, which has the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Prominent cot death researcher and paediatrician diesDr Shirley Lyford Tonkin was a prominent paediatrician and founder of the Cot D
Prominent cot death researcher and paediatrician dies
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Dr Shirley Lyford Tonkin was a prominent paediatrician and founder of the Cot Death Association. Photo / iStock The grandmother of Captain Mark Phillips' love child and one of New Zealand's leading paediatricians has died. Dr Shirley Lyford Tonkin,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Ideal job for lover of sportNew Otago Rowing manager Mitch Carroll, at the Otago University Rowing Club in
Ideal job for lover of sport
Otago Daily Times / Posted 10 days ago
New Otago Rowing manager Mitch Carroll, at the Otago University Rowing Club in Dunedin yesterday. Photo by Christine O'Connor. The 38-year-old started her new job on Wednesday, replacing former manager Gina Persico, who moved home to Nelson last... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Top fruitgrowers are recognised in awardsAWARD: Dr Stuart Tustin, left, received the Joe Bell Trophy for service to the
Top fruitgrowers are recognised in awards
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
AWARD: Dr Stuart Tustin, left, received the Joe Bell Trophy for service to the industry, including his project to increase orchard production with Dr Ben van Hooildonk and Ken Breen. Photo/File The past, present, and future achievements of Hawke's... Read more
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PhysOrg
Extinct pink-headed duck derived its unique color from carotenoidsThe Pink-headed Duck's unique coloration came from carotenoid pigments, as demo
Extinct pink-headed duck derived its unique color from carotenoids
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
The Pink-headed Duck's unique coloration came from carotenoid pigments, as demonstrated in a new study in The Auk: Ornithological Advances. Credit: D.B. Thomas The exotic Pink-headed Duck (Rhodonessa caryophyllacea), whose rose-colored plumage set it... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Our Land and Water National Science Challenge launchedWednesday, 27 January 2016, 9:29 amPress Release: National Science ChallengesEn
Our Land and Water National Science Challenge launched
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
Wednesday, 27 January 2016, 9:29 amPress Release: National Science ChallengesEnhancing New Zealand’s primary sector economic contributions... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Science Challenge to boost land productivityWednesday, 27 January 2016, 8:45 amPress Release: New Zealand Government Hon St
New Science Challenge to boost land productivity
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
Wednesday, 27 January 2016, 8:45 amPress Release: New Zealand Government Hon Steven JoyceMinister of Science and Innovation26 January 2016 Media Statement New Science Challenge to boost land... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Meet the guy behind feisty Facebook meme, BillBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
Meet the guy behind feisty Facebook meme, Bill
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Are Kiwi men getting enough iodine?Tuesday, 26 January 2016, 12:06 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityDo Kiwi men w
Are Kiwi men getting enough iodine?
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
Tuesday, 26 January 2016, 12:06 pmPress Release: Massey UniversityDo Kiwi men who sweat a lot suffer from iodine deficiency? That is the question researchers from Massey... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Massey signs sponsorship deal for Ngāpuhi FestivalTuesday, 26 January 2016, 10:52 amPress Release: Massey UniversityMassey Univer
Massey signs sponsorship deal for Ngāpuhi Festival
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
Tuesday, 26 January 2016, 10:52 amPress Release: Massey UniversityMassey University has signaled its commitment to the North, signing up as a major... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
European pork imports seen as risk to NZResumption of fresh pork imports into New Zealand from the European Union poses
European pork imports seen as risk to NZ
Otago Daily Times / Posted 13 days ago
Resumption of fresh pork imports into New Zealand from the European Union poses risks to not only the country's pork industry but the wider primary sector, NZPork chairman Ian Carter says. An updated agreement between New Zealand and the EU has been... Read more
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iol.co.za
Don’t be like Bill on FacebookBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
Don’t be like Bill on Facebook
iol.co.za / Posted 13 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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WA Today
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating FacebookBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating Facebook
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Chinese New Year: It's a great year for babiesChinese New Year falls on February 8, when the Sheep makes way for the Year of
Chinese New Year: It's a great year for babies
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Chinese New Year falls on February 8, when the Sheep makes way for the Year of the Monkey. The Herald asked five prominent Chinese New Zealanders for their New Year wishes, and the traditions they keep. And you can learn a new Chinese phrase with our... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Destiny's prices doubleBrian and Hannah Tamaki. Photo / Supplied Destiny Church wants its faithful to
Destiny's prices double
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Brian and Hannah Tamaki. Photo / Supplied Destiny Church wants its faithful to dig deeper this year, almost doubling the cost of tickets to attend its annual conference. The controversial organisation, led by self-styled bishop Brian Tamaki, has... Read more
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Brisbane Times
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating FacebookBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating Facebook
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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Canberra Times
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating FacebookBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating Facebook
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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TribLIVE
‘Be Like Bill’? Maybe notBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
‘Be Like Bill’? Maybe not
TribLIVE / Posted 15 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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The Age
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating FacebookBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating Facebook
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating FacebookBill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or clic
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating Facebook
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 days ago
Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague, passive-aggressive Facebook statuses. What Bill does do... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating FacebookAn example of the "Be Like Bill" meme. Photo / Facebook Bill does not forward
You absolutely should not 'Be Like Bill,' the smarmy stick-figure meme eating Facebook
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
An example of the "Be Like Bill" meme. Photo / Facebook Bill does not forward chain emails. He does not take duck-faced selfies or click into schemes from Nigerian princes. He certainly doesn't play Candy Crush, Instagram his lattes or post vague,... Read more
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Science Daily
Decades of bat observations reveal uptick in new causes of mass mortalityCollisions with wind turbines worldwide and the disease white-nose syndrome in
Decades of bat observations reveal uptick in new causes of mass mortality
Science Daily / Posted 18 days ago
Collisions with wind turbines worldwide and the disease white-nose syndrome in North America lead the reported causes of mass death in bats since the onset of the 21st century. These new threats now surpass all prior known causes of bat mortality,... Read more
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