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... are currently responding to a disturbance,” she said. “Staff have been evacuated as a precaution, and prison inmates remain contained within the grounds.” Police units were at the scene,...
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2015/06/30 04:05
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The Lady Marion pulled up the body of a man tied to a steel crucifix in August 1994. JOURNALIST and author Justine Ford has spent years investigating Australia’s most baffling homicides and...
2015/06/29 23:26
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Lyme disease: Tick researcher finds bacteria with similar symptoms to controversial disease Bacteria found in Australian ticks can cause similar symptoms to Lyme disease, but research is no closer to...
2015/06/29 21:20
2015/06/29 21:20
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Wind turbines emit infrasound but is it enough to cause illness? Photo: Darren Pateman Libertarian senator David Leyonhjelm says there is no contradiction between his role on a Senate inquiry into...
2015/06/29 09:27
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Open science: the future of research? If we want to eradicate diseases in the developing world, increase innovation in the pharmaceutical industry and speed up the discovery of new medicines we need...
2015/06/29 06:02
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Dying to Talk: Australians with intellectual disability in the dark about death29 June 2015 Researchers from The University of Sydney have embarked on a landmark project to ensure Australians with...
2015/06/29 01:26
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Story Bridge turns 75: Looking back on Brisbane's iconic infrastructure from concept to completion When the Story Bridge was officially opened on July 6, 1940 — an impressive crowd of 37,000 people...
2015/06/28 18:15
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ADVERTISER: Wollongong City Council and the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (IPAC) "talk the talk" in promoting the city's arts cultural centre. Pamela Mildenhall and Genelle Thomson have organised...
2015/06/28 10:08
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For many years the tobacco industry hid information on how cigarette smoking affected our health. They knew back in the 1950s that to smoke would have a seriously detrimental effect on our...
2015/06/28 03:05
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Inside Sydney's illegal accommodation Sydney is in danger of falling dramatically behind its competitors in the international student market if it does not address major problems with student...
2015/06/27 14:20
2015/06/27 14:20
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Major problems with student housing in Sydney are putting Australian universities' international recruitment – a $16 billion industry – at risk, a new study has revealed. Sydney is in danger of...
2015/06/27 10:17
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SHE might be best known for her pre-race dance moves, but there is a lot more to Michelle Jenneke than meets the eye. The ‘jiggling’ hurdler juggles her time between athletics, modelling, starring in...
2015/06/27 08:44
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IT will be a hard act to follow, but the search is on again to find an inspirational cover star for the next edition of the region’s Yellow and White Pages book. IT will be a hard act to follow, but...
2015/06/27 03:36
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HE was born in Lismore but went on to excel on the international political and academic stage. Edward McWhinney, an eminent Canadian whose father Matthew and sister Evelyn taught at Lismore High, has...
2015/06/27 03:27
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... years after their introduction, could cane toads finally be on the decline in Queensland? 80 years after their introduction, could cane toads finally be on the decline in Queensland? Anecdotes...
2015/06/26 20:20
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There was a 47 per cent rise in flu cases in May compared with the same month last year – but the worst is yet to come. Photo: iStock NSW's upcoming flu season will hit hard, especially in late...
2015/06/26 18:24
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King's High School pupil Sam van der Weerden is off to the Prof Harry Messel International Science School in Sydney. Photo by Gregor Richardson. The 16-year-old King's High School pupil has been...
2015/06/26 07:19
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Public housing apartment blocks at Waterloo. The construction of a train station at Waterloo would allow more than 2000 public housing units in the inner city to be replaced with new ones, says the...
2015/06/26 05:41
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OXFORD University head into tomorrow’s one-day Varsity match against Cambridge at Lord’s in a confident mood. They go into the clash following six-wicket victories over Free-Foresters and the...
2015/06/26 01:14
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It takes a while to set up its centerpiece, a joyous transcontinental reunion of Afro-Cubans and Sierra Leone villagers. But the 77-minute running time of "They Are We," making its U.S. theatrical...
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