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2014/11/27 04:34
2014/11/27 04:34
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For a sustainable health system, the Victorian public deserves so much more than election promises focused on more hospital beds, according to Tom Symondson, Acting Chief Executive of the Victorian...
2014/11/27 04:34
2014/11/27 04:34
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2014/11/27 04:26
2014/11/27 04:26
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CHRIS UHLMANN: Victoria votes on Saturday and if the opinion polls are right the Napthine Government could well be thrown out after just one term in office and that is something that hasn't happened...
2014/11/26 23:23
2014/11/26 23:23
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The ABC’s ‘me too’ strategy puts it on track for redundancy In this cross-posting from The Conversation Stephen King of Monash University argues pursuing a digital strategy puts the ABC at greater...
2014/11/26 20:38
2014/11/26 20:38
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A new research has revealed that problem gambling and personality disorders often go hand in hand. The study at Monash University in Australia showed that problem gambling creates a multitude of...
2014/11/26 18:22
2014/11/26 18:22
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Suggestions that we are culpable for making ourselves sick or that we can feel ourselves into or out of illness is often met with outrage. Sickness is often a murky soup of ingredients. Imprecise...
2014/11/26 07:50
2014/11/26 07:50
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Some hospital executives are worried that redevelopments promised by one major political party will not be matched by the other before Saturday's state election. While both sides of politics have...
2014/11/25 22:09
2014/11/25 22:09
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Dr Scott Firsing, an American and permanent resident of South Africa is an Adjunct Research Fellow at Monash University, South Africa where he previously served as a Senior Lecturer and Head of the...
2014/11/25 13:26
2014/11/25 13:26
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Child abuse and child protection have always been a highly contested area of policy and practice. Historically, views have ranged from structuralists on the radical Left who view child abuse and...
2014/11/25 12:30
2014/11/25 12:30
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A POPULAR prescription painkiller contributed to the deaths of more than 600 Australians in recent years. New Monash University research reveals the number of deaths involving Oxycodone increased...
2014/11/25 06:38
2014/11/25 06:38
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Brown fat, nicknamed the 'good fat' because it warms up the body in cold temperatures, burning up calories in the process, could also be used to manage Type 2 diabetes, finds research. Brown fat...
2014/11/25 06:05
2014/11/25 06:05
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IN the dark netherworld where terrorists and their acolytes dwell, Mohammad Ali Baryalei is regarded as a ringmaster. From Afghan aristocracy to preaching on the streets of Sydney, Baryalei, at just...
2014/11/25 03:20
2014/11/25 03:20
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Victorians are voting early and by postal votes in record-breaking numbers, a surge which could see more than 1 million votes cast in the state election before polling booths open on Saturday. The...
2014/11/24 12:39
2014/11/24 12:39
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Is a fancy new school in an African government official's hometown a coincidence, or evidence of systematic favouritism in the distribution of aid? Quite possibly the latter, say researchers who have...
2014/11/24 07:55
2014/11/24 07:55
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Labor's lead over the coalition has narrowed in the latest opinion poll before Saturday's Victorian election, with the Greens possibly emerging with the balance of power in the upper house. The SMS...
2014/11/24 05:46
2014/11/24 05:46
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Roll it out faster: Australians support the NBN and want better access, a new wide-ranging study has found. Smart addiction to innovation Australians are addicted to smartphones and tablets, want...
2014/11/24 00:20
2014/11/24 00:20
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Michael Short: Professor Sarah Joseph, welcome to The Zone and thank you kindly for your time. Sarah Joseph: Thank you. MS: You are the director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash...
2014/11/23 20:26
2014/11/23 20:26
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Canberra light rail: Experts urge caution, transparency with public-private partnership deals Economists are questioning the ACT Government's decision to fund the Capital Metro tram line in...
2014/11/23 14:12
2014/11/23 14:12
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ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE - Top ATAR: James Fahey. Age: 18. Score: 99.85. Plans for 2013: To study medicine at Monash University. BALLARAT SECONDARY COLLEGE. Top ATAR - Jessica Lee. Age: 18. Score: 84.90....
2014/11/23 13:24
2014/11/23 13:24
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Education is a key election issue. Photo: Dean Osland All participants were asked the following three questions. 1. What have been the Napthine government's education successes and failures this...
2014/11/23 07:29
2014/11/23 07:29
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JUST days out from the Victorian election the major parties have tried to outdo each other with promises on hospitals and police numbers. LABOR committed $150 million to build a stand-alone heart...
2014/11/27 04:34
2014/11/27 04:34
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