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2014/11/27 07:11
2014/11/27 07:11
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EVERY year, thousands of Australian pets fall victim to the paralysis tick, a nasty creature that attaches itself to animals and injects a poison that causes debilitating weakness, vomiting and even...
2014/11/27 07:11
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2014/11/27 06:26
2014/11/27 06:26
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Biosecurity: how safe are Queensland's farms from exotic pests and diseases? Photo: Insects are captured in Torres Strait and sent to the biosecurity laboratory in Cairns for examination and archival...
2014/11/26 19:55
2014/11/26 19:55
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In retrospect, it’s clear that the fate of the Gillard government was largely sealed in a single 2011 meeting. A gargantuan error was made when the handful of cabinet ministers and advisers present...
2014/11/26 19:25
2014/11/26 19:25
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A recent dinner with my friends went something like this: "Wait, who is going to take a Snapchat of all of us when our drinks arrive?" "Oh no, I can't! My phone is dying." "Guys, this is such a...
2014/11/26 10:19
2014/11/26 10:19
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This undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency, KCNA, on Nov. 21 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un inspecting the Korean People's Army air and anti-air force...
2014/11/26 09:34
2014/11/26 09:34
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Watching First Contact on SBS elicited no surprise from me, being a veteran tweeter and having work published in various publications. The attitudes expressed by the six people chosen to participate...
2014/11/26 05:27
2014/11/26 05:27
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Significant Australia-China diplomatic and trade relations had been forged over recent decades, but there was no reason to think the work was done, Mr Hawke told the Chinese Academy of Social...
2014/11/26 01:26
2014/11/26 01:26
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Clive Palmer says today's Supreme Court hearing into allegations he siphoned off $12 million from Chinese business partners to fund his party's election campaign is a witch-hunt and a...
2014/11/26 00:39
2014/11/26 00:39
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A group of Goondiwindi "young leaders" have "brushed shoulders" with the world's most powerful man. There’s someone who stars in Home & Away and then there’s someone who is the President of the...
2014/11/25 19:23
2014/11/25 19:23
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WORLD-LEADING scientists say the Great Barrier Reef will be "slaughtered" this century as seas warm and become more acidic, dismissing comments by Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop that...
2014/11/25 11:39
2014/11/25 11:39
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University of Adelaide research has shown that South Australian koalas may have a much higher prevalence than thought of the two key infectious diseases threatening koala populations across Australia....
2014/11/25 02:27
2014/11/25 02:27
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It is not often a group of Queensland school students get to question a Victoria Cross recipient – or a 17-year-old cystic fibrosis survivor – about the very decisions that changed and saved their...
2014/11/25 01:23
2014/11/25 01:23
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Hayfever season is upon us but there are solutions, write Connie Katelaris and Janet Davies. Many adults struggle through spring and summer with watery eyes, running nose, itchy throat and the...
2014/11/24 23:03
2014/11/24 23:03
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But research to be conducted by Wits University and The University of Queensland aims to change that. Jeffrey Lipman, a Johannesburg-born doctor and professor at the Australian university, has spent...
2014/11/24 22:35
2014/11/24 22:35
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November 2014 Election ResultsNovember 2014 Election Results Federal agents warn of IRS phone scamFederal agents warn of IRS phone scam After G20 summit, President Obama heads back to...
2014/11/24 22:27
2014/11/24 22:27
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More than 300 High-achieving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander school students are closer to pursuing careers in areas including law, veterinary science and health sciences, thanks to a program...
2014/11/24 20:39
2014/11/24 20:39
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Research that provides a new understanding of how bacterial toxins target human cells is set to have major implications for the development of novel drugs and treatment...
2014/11/24 20:32
2014/11/24 20:32
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Women with variations in a particular gene are more likely to cheat on their partners, according to a new study which suggests that infidelity may be inherited. Researchers at the University of...
2014/11/24 19:39
2014/11/24 19:39
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As The Hollywood Reporter reports, the pop superstar publicly reiterated her disdain of Spotify and other streaming services while accepting the inaugural Dick Clark Award for Excellence at the...
2014/11/24 18:39
2014/11/24 18:39
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Brisbane's G20 Leaders' Summit proved a Twitter talk fest, attracting 1.02 million tweets since October 23. Members of QUT's Social Media Research Group (SMRG), based in the Creative Industries...
2014/11/27 07:11
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