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2015/02/28 02:36
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QUEENSLAND'S top performing Year 12 graduates from the class of 2014 today were recognised and rewarded for exceptional academic achievement in their school studies at the inaugural Queensland...
2015/02/28 02:36
2015/02/28 02:36
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2015/02/27 08:26
2015/02/27 08:26
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Talk About It: University students facing uncertainty over cost of higher education University students are beginning a new academic year in Australia, but many are facing growing uncertainty about...
2015/02/27 05:53
2015/02/27 05:53
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Bond University on the Gold Coast has won the country's first animal law moot, organised by animal protection institute Voiceless. Bond University on the Gold Coast has won the country's first animal...
2015/02/27 05:05
2015/02/27 05:05
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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she would read her predecessor's book ... and has revealed she'll pen one of her own. Ms Palaszczuk is curious to see Campbell Newman's views of his...
2015/02/27 00:57
2015/02/27 00:57
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A LOT can change in an instant. Just ask Gympie man Cameron Manson. Mr Manson has swapped the Gold City in favour of freezing Oslo, Norway, where he has invested in a "nano brewery" - making beer...
2015/02/26 22:24
2015/02/26 22:24
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The study found white testers were twice as likely to be given a free ride than black testers in Brisbane. Photo: Glenn Hunt Two Brisbane academics claim The University of Queensland suppressed the...
2015/02/26 13:34
2015/02/26 13:34
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Dr Tom Calma AO, National Coordinator, Tackling Indigenous Smoking, responds to new smoking research with an update on the promising progress being made to tackle Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
2015/02/26 09:08
2015/02/26 09:08
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U.S. and Australian scientists have found the mechanism a novel gene uses to affect brain function and elicit behavior related to neuropsychiatric disease. Timothy W. Bredy, assistant professor of...
2015/02/26 06:27
2015/02/26 06:27
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The University of Queensland is co-hosting a significant conference in Cambodia today and tomorrow to mark the 10th anniversary of the United Nations' unanimous adoption of the Responsibility to...
2015/02/26 06:26
2015/02/26 06:26
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NarrationWatch carefully now, because what these actors are about to do for science is mesmerising. The average Western woman cries two to four times a month. The average man, zero to one. But what...
2015/02/25 20:17
2015/02/25 20:17
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GOOD morning, and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the best of what’s happening this morning, so you can get across the news quickly. 7:05am: Can do Campbell has book...
2015/02/25 15:39
2015/02/25 15:39
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Food scientists at The University of Queensland have discovered a new, low-cost way of accurately predicting the antimicrobial properties of honey. The new technique could provide a cheaper, more...
2015/02/25 09:18
2015/02/25 09:18
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Legend: Leroy Loggins was the face of the Bullets in their glory years. The return of top flight domestic basketball is the missing link for the state's south-east, Basketball Queensland CEO Graham...
2015/02/25 02:27
2015/02/25 02:27
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University of Queensland experts are working with Japanese schools to help identify and reduce the long-term effects of trauma in children after a disaster. Professor Justin Kenardy and Dr Robyne Le...
2015/02/25 00:27
2015/02/25 00:27
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Starting university can be a daunting experience, but The University of Queensland provides a range of programs and assistance to help students ease their way in to a new lifestyle. Student Living...
2015/02/24 00:28
2015/02/24 00:28
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Symposium on e-cigarettes for AucklandTuesday, 24 February 2015, 12:41 pmPress Release: University of Auckland Symposium on e-cigarettes for AucklandA visiting expert on the effects of stimulant drugs...
2015/02/23 20:34
2015/02/23 20:34
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RAINING CREEPY CRAWLIES: Thousands of spiders, geckos, grasshoppers, earwigs, cockroaches, beetles and crickets sought refuge on the rails of a low lying bridge on Reynolds Road during minor flooding...
2015/02/23 20:24
2015/02/23 20:24
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AN INDEPENDENT, unbiased and diverse media landscape is, to me, what keeps our democratic society in check. Without it, the voting public would be uninformed, easily persuaded and controlled by...
2015/02/23 07:26
2015/02/23 07:26
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Fact check: Triggs correct on the length of time children spent in detention The Human Rights Commission's controversial report into children in immigration detention was tabled in the Federal...
2015/02/23 05:27
2015/02/23 05:27
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Drones, laser scanners, planes and sharp shooters have been put to work in the Tasmanian forest to better understand the environmental effects of forest management regimes. Researchers from The...
2015/02/28 02:36
2015/02/28 02:36
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