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2015/08/04 13:39
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A bumblebee with a tracking marker and ball bearings attached to the bee’s legs to simulate pollen loads. Credit: Andrew Mountcastle (Phys.org)—A trio of researchers, two with Harvard University the...
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2015/08/03 23:26
2015/08/03 23:26
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Chinese economy concerns, lower commodity prices drag down local market Concerns about China's economy and lower commodity prices have dragged on the share market, with energy and mining stocks among...
2015/08/03 18:23
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The Reserve Bank of Australia is expected to hold its official lending rate at 2% when it meets this afternoon to make a decision on its cash rate. Current market pricing suggests just a 9% chance of...
2015/08/03 06:04
2015/08/03 06:04
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THE May federal budget was billed as pro-business but nearly three months on, few firms are punching the air and most still view the economic outlook in a negative light. A NEW survey covering the...
2015/08/02 23:05
2015/08/02 23:05
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In Australia, the market on Friday posted its third straight day of gains. THE Australian market looks set to open lower after falls on Wall Street where weakness in petroleum-linked equities weighed...
2015/07/31 09:58
2015/07/31 09:58
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A study reveals husbands are happier when their wives do not work and stay home. The survey, conducted by the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research goes on to say that marriages...
2015/07/31 08:10
2015/07/31 08:10
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Savanth Sebastian – Economist (Author), CommSec Monday August 3 - CoreLogic RP Data home prices (July) - Prices may have posted a solid 2.8% gain Monday August 3 - ANZ Job Advertisements (July) -...
2015/07/31 04:20
2015/07/31 04:20
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Iranian artist Sharin Abedinirad on Cockatoo Island, where she is exhibiting her work in the Underbelly Festival. Photo: Janie Barrett Iranian artist Shirin Abedinirad​ wants visitors to the...
2015/07/29 02:55
2015/07/29 02:55
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Behavioural economics is a revolutionary field. Its champions may not have beheaded any royalty, but they have done the academic equivalent by overthrowing a paradigm that ruled our thinking and...
2015/07/28 05:20
2015/07/28 05:20
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Shaun Adamson preyed on 26 girls on the internet. Photo: Supplied An anti-obesity drug had contributed to a man targeting 26 young girls on the internet, a court has heard. The Court of Appeal on...
2015/07/27 23:50
2015/07/27 23:50
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Great expectatIons: Jaimei Liu, who scored an ATAR of 98.95 last year, says sitting the HSC was a chance to prove herself. Photo: Nick Moir For Jiamei Liu, who graduated last year from comprehensive...
2015/07/23 23:05
2015/07/23 23:05
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THE Australian market looks set to open lower after Wall Street and European markets fell as volatile commodity prices and company results hit shares. At 0645 AEST on Wednesday, the September share...
2015/07/23 23:05
2015/07/23 23:05
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MANY would consider NSW Premier Mike Baird’s latest plan as political suicide. Mr Baird’s proposal to increase the GST from 10 to 15 per cent will no doubt be a tough sell to both fellow politicians...
2015/07/23 02:19
2015/07/23 02:19
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Tech students at Australian universities will be able to travel to China under a partnership announced between Huawei and the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN). Under the three-year...
2015/07/22 07:05
2015/07/22 07:05
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Hopes for a pick-up in economic growth next year may yet prove premature - a worry for job seekers and a federal government trying to get the budget back in order. New figures show that inflation...
2015/07/22 06:55
2015/07/22 06:55
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The Australian of the Year awards will be 56 next January, but how much do you know about them. The 2015 trophy for Australian of the Year winners is the latest incantation for the award. Image...
2015/07/22 02:55
2015/07/22 02:55
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Australia's economic growth appears to be losing momentum, with promising signs of recovery in the economy now waning, says Westpac's chief economist. The dire analysis comes after the...
2015/07/21 23:05
2015/07/21 23:05
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In Australia, the market on Tuesday posted a sixth straight session of gains. THE Australian market looks set to open lower after Wall Street and European markets fell as volatile commodity prices...
2015/07/21 12:29
2015/07/21 12:29
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MANY would consider NSW Premier Mike Baird’s latest plan as political suicide. Mr Baird’s proposal to increase the GST from 10 to 15 per cent will no doubt be a tough sell to both fellow politicians...
2015/07/21 10:05
2015/07/21 10:05
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AN EPIC battle brewing in the South China Sea just went up a notch. China is creating manmade islands on reefs in the region, which has ticked off neighbouring countries The Philippines now plans to...
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