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2015/08/03 23:21
2015/08/03 23:21
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It's not Viagra he needs... it's testosterone: Many men think those little blue pills are all it takes to pep up a flagging love life. But new research suggests they're VERY wrong Sexual health...
2015/08/03 23:21
2015/08/03 23:21
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2015/08/03 14:19
2015/08/03 14:19
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For an estimated 12,000 American women of childbearing age, having a baby is a genetic game of Russian roulette. Due to a rare flaw in their eggs, their offspring run a significant risk of living...
2015/08/02 09:08
2015/08/02 09:08
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It is always worth taking a look at studies linking health issues with food. Today we are going to look at a variety of these links and see which ones affect your lifestyle. Some people can’t resist...
2015/08/01 14:48
2015/08/01 14:48
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The University of Sydney has ejected economists from their own department. Photo: Phil Carrick PJC If you think economists have too much influence in the halls of power - or that Australia would be...
2015/07/31 17:48
2015/07/31 17:48
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Experts in Newcastle have been awarded more than £750,000 in a bid to help people across the UK living with persistent throat problems. Ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists from the city’s...
2015/07/31 13:55
2015/07/31 13:55
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It’s been one year since Tamworth environment officer Glen Turner was gunned down on a remote roadway near Moree. It’s been one year since Tamworth environment officer Glen Turner was gunned down on...
2015/07/30 09:39
2015/07/30 09:39
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The biggest current innovation in façade design stems from a modular façade with smart materials that act as an active skin to make old buildings energy efficient. Today, newly built houses are...
2015/07/30 05:48
2015/07/30 05:48
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We set a target of getting 10,000 onto the Register, but the North East public have come forward in massive numbers and agreed to become donors. On Thursday, the British Transplant Games arrive in...
2015/07/30 00:41
2015/07/30 00:41
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STUDENTS from across the Manning Great Lakes region packed into Chatham High School's gymnasium for the annual Taree District Careers Expo on Friday, July 24. STUDENTS from across the Manning Great...
2015/07/29 09:41
2015/07/29 09:41
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MANNING Hospital celebrated International Nurses and Midwives Week for 2013 by awarding their outstanding nurses and midwives at a staff gathering on Wednesday. MANNING Hospital celebrated...
2015/07/29 09:29
2015/07/29 09:29
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President Jakaya Kikwete's respect for the Constitution that sees democratic and peaceful political power transfer in the country has been hailed by Australian Premier Tony Abbot. President Kikwete...
2015/07/29 05:48
2015/07/29 05:48
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One of the region’s best loved nature spots is to mark a major milestone next month. In the 90 years the islands have become what the trust describes as a ‘jewel in its wildlife crown’, with over 23...
2015/07/28 18:48
2015/07/28 18:48
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This month the North East will host the British Transplant Games. HELEN RAE takes a look at how the region is leading the way in bringing organ transplant care from the laboratory bench to the...
2015/07/28 12:55
2015/07/28 12:55
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ON THE one-year anniversary, The Leader can also reveal Mr Turner has been added to the International Ranger Federation roll of honour for rangers killed in the line of duty. ON THE one-year...
2015/07/27 08:02
2015/07/27 08:02
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An IT manager at a South West Sydney Institute of TAFE is being pursued by the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) for allegedly obtaining $1.7 million in false payments. ICAC on...
2015/07/25 16:12
2015/07/25 16:12
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A PUB curfew is an option worth exploring for Ballarat to help curb alcohol-fuelled street violence, local leaders have said. A Newcastle University study found assault rates dropped by a third after...
2015/07/24 15:48
2015/07/24 15:48
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A leading American politician and environmentalist found himself on familiar territory when he returned to Tyneside. Bruce Babbitt, visiting the North East to receive an honorary degree from...
2015/07/24 13:34
2015/07/24 13:34
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Maryport's archaeological dig will be featured on BBC 2's Coast on Thursday. The Roman Temples Project at Camp Farm was filmed by the series last year and the episode, called the Irisih Sea, will...
2015/07/24 12:34
2015/07/24 12:34
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Maryport residents might have remnants of Roman life under their noses. Jane Laskey, manager of the town's Senhouse Roman Museum, came across a significant part of a Roman altar while revamping her...
2015/07/24 03:26
2015/07/24 03:26
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Jill Emberson stepped into the school yard to speak to four students from Hunter Sports High, getting the next generation's view on Aboriginality, school, sport family and NAIDOC week. Tazmyne...
2015/08/03 23:21
2015/08/03 23:21
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