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Young drinkers are finding alcoholic alternatives to highly-taxed and expensive alcopops, writes STEVE KISELY. A study of hospital admissions in the Illawarra's favourite schoolies' destination, the...
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2014/10/01 13:05
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WHEN he was growing up on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Air Commodore Steve ‘Zed’ Roberton preferred surfing to plane spotting or building model aircraft. The commander of the biggest air force task...
2014/10/01 12:17
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Steve ‘Zed’ Roberton will lead Australian strikes on the Islamic State Air strike against an ISIL-held building east of Al Hasakah, Syria. Courtesy US Central Command. Steve Roberton ... The...
2014/10/01 07:29
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EXCLUSIVE: DIVORCE and family breakdowns are costing the national economy more than $14 billion a year in government assistance payments and court costs, an exclusive News Corp analysis has...
2014/10/01 04:28
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UCOL Chief Executive AppointmentWednesday, 1 October 2014, 4:37 pmPress Release: UCOLMedia ReleaseWednesday, 1 October 2014UCOL Chief Executive AppointmentLeeza Boyce has been appointed as UCOL’s new...
2014/10/01 02:48
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The University of Queensland is the latest contributor to Australia's academic high-performance computing boom, with a AU$275,000 ($238k) cluster going live late in September. Installed at the...
2014/09/30 22:23
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A CHINESE delegation has visited the Lockyer Valley looking to invest in the local area. Lockyer Valley Mayor Steve Jones said the delegation originated from a rural area in China and came to the...
2014/09/30 11:39
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Coastal councils and planning authorities will be able to more accurately predict the chance of communities being inundated by the ocean as sea levels rise. Research by The University of Queensland...
2014/09/30 10:27
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MOUNT Isa's Jimaylya Topsy Harry Centre (JTHC) has been recognised for it's achievements in a recent study conducted by The University of Queensland. MOUNT Isa's Jimaylya Topsy Harry Centre (JTHC)...
2014/09/29 23:26
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Central Queensland mango grower tries his hand at exotic Chinese Bayberries Photo: Ian Groves inspects the flowering Chinese Bayberry trees at his Yeppoon orchard, in Central Queensland. Ian grows...
2014/09/29 21:46
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Hugh Durrant-Whyte CEO of NICTA in Canberra on Friday. Photo: Andrew Meares Four months after the federal government announced it would withdraw annual funding of around $45 million, National ICT...
2014/09/29 20:23
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TENTERFIELD grazier, veterinarian and son of central Queensland - Philip Harpham - is stepping back from a career that took in a swag of primary industries and the Coral Sea. The middle child of five...
2014/09/29 07:18
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The Mantis Shrimp. Credit: Klaus Stiefel Inspired by the mantis shrimp, Australian scientists have created a camera capable of seeing cancer. The mantis shrimp's "compound eyes" are able to see...
2014/09/29 01:34
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DANISH sports science student Laurits Hoejberg was in Gladstone on Saturday to catch the ferry to Heron Island. Surfing and reef snorkeling will be just some of the activities the 22-year-old student...
2014/09/29 01:27
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More than 40,000 students from around the world have started a grammar course at The University of Queensland – and it’s not too late to join them. “They have enrolled in droves,” Dr Petelin...
2014/09/29 00:27
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Brisbane researchers have developed a blood test that can accurately detect one of the commonest causes of hay fever, paving the way for new treatments. The research, by The University of Queensland...
2014/09/27 13:17
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Have you got the Anzac Spirit? Victoria Cross heroes light a new flame to spark Australian pride ‘Service over self’ ... Mark Donaldson prepares to hand the Anzac Flame to a Light Horseman - and...
2014/09/26 20:57
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AN academic who says regional unis will suffer under education reforms has copped a blast from Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne. Professor Roger Scott said on Thursday the University of...
2014/09/26 14:18
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BI Answers: Why don't we have a cure for the common cold? Modern science has eradicated smallpox, extended life expectancy, and made huge gains in battling some of the world's deadliest diseases. So...
2014/09/26 00:15
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Researchers say there is a need for more information around e-cigarettes and have called for governments to rethink "confusing and complex" regulations. Personal vaporiser and e-cigarette use by...
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