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2014/08/28 00:27
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The quest to better understand human biology at a minuscule level has led to the creation of a $26 million international research centre in Melbourne. The Australian Research Council Centre of...
2014/08/28 00:27
2014/08/28 00:27
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2014/08/27 16:19
2014/08/27 16:19
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Overseas surrogacy arrangements are taking place in an unregulated environment that is exposing babies and the women who carry them to a higher risk of bad health outcomes, a study shows. Overseas...
2014/08/27 09:16
2014/08/27 09:16
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SCIENTISTS can be a practical bunch, they deal with facts, data, hard evidence. But even scientists can lose their s*** sometimes and now they are revealing how they really feel. Academics from...
2014/08/27 05:17
2014/08/27 05:17
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ISIS flag has been brandished by extremists in Australia for at least two years Protesters march through Sydney on September 15, 2012, as a wave of unrest against a film that mocks Islam spread to...
2014/08/27 02:06
2014/08/27 02:06
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VICTORIAN researchers have made a world-first medical discovery that could help people with a rare, but incredibly severe medical condition. The research team, led by Monash University and Southern...
Read more at Perth Now, Herald Sun
2014/08/26 15:23
2014/08/26 15:23
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Have you noticed more chickens crossing roads recently? One of the year's hottest retail markets is animal onesies, a fashion trend that began as kigurumi – the animal-character garb-of-choice for...
2014/08/26 13:05
2014/08/26 13:05
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Mothers who use antidepressants during pregnancy could be increasing the risk their child will develop Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). However, the study authors and other experts...
2014/08/26 08:36
2014/08/26 08:36
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COUNTERING the threat of home-grown terrorism is one of the fundamental tenets of the Federal Government's latest $64 million counter-terrorism measures. "We've woken up to the fact that more than...
2014/08/25 17:45
2014/08/25 17:45
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We've read the daunting headlines. We've seen the bleak predictions. We know in our minds that climate change is putting our Earth's future in danger. And yet there's something uniquely frightening...
2014/08/25 16:50
2014/08/25 16:50
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A for effort: St Albans Secondary College principal Kerry Dowsley poses for a photo with students Francisco Passadore-Rocha, Christie Vo, Brigitte Thomas and Nikolina Arnaut on the school grounds....
2014/08/25 05:16
2014/08/25 05:16
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Take a look at the moon and it isn't hard to imagine it as a planet. A 3,476 kilometres-in-diameter ball of rock, with basalt plains and mountain ranges, whose gravitational pull produces tides here...
2014/08/25 05:15
2014/08/25 05:15
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Singapore and Malaysia have been leading the way in Southeast Asia when it comes to promoting and developing their educational systems, reflecting their governments’ recognition that the knowledge...
2014/08/25 00:49
2014/08/25 00:49
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ADELAIDE: It was women power to the fore again as female students from three universities in South Australia scooped all three Merdeka study awards for the fourth consecutive year. The best Malaysian...
Read more at The Star, The Star
2014/08/25 00:21
2014/08/25 00:21
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SHERIDAN MAHAVERA Two prominent East Malaysian politicians have attempted to play down the desire expressed by some people for Sabah and Sarawak to leave Malaysia, but an academic and expert on the...
2014/08/24 17:05
2014/08/24 17:05
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Relic: A rare relic of St Francis Xavier (his right hand) at the Goan community mass, Monash University, in 2012. Photo: Joe Armao A fortnight ago, art restorers in Mexico made the uncomfortable...
2014/08/24 01:12
2014/08/24 01:12
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Denis Napthine was on his way to the Bendigo Jockey Club for what spin doctors call a "good news" photo opportunity, but the bad news of the day was occupying his mind. Denis Napthine was on his way...
2014/08/23 11:37
2014/08/23 11:37
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MH17 victim Karamjit Singh’s ashes immersed in Port Klang – Bernama Published: 23 August 2014 Karamjit Singh was one of the 20 MH17 victims whose remains were honoured yesterday in a solemn ceremony...
2014/08/23 08:18
2014/08/23 08:18
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Sun King: Shi Zhengrong. Photo: Bryan O'Brien A giant Chinese solar energy firm, originally based on Australian technology, plans to close its local research arm amid concerns about the future of...
2014/08/22 15:19
2014/08/22 15:19
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Their 'home' is stark and unfriendly. It smells like a urinal with only a tarp for cover. Sharky and Bianca had a pet dog for a companion, Boof, but they sold him on Thursday. Their 'home' is stark...
Read more at The Border Mail, The Age
2014/08/22 14:27
2014/08/22 14:27
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From the air over South Brisbane you can see how out-of-place the series of industrial sites along the Brisbane River opposite Milton – virtually in the middle of the city – are in 2014. From the air...
2014/08/28 00:27
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