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Sydney Morning Herald
Historic Darlinghurst jail could be put up for saleProperty NSW throughout that period," he said. The transfer of the National Ar
Historic Darlinghurst jail could be put up for sale
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Property NSW throughout that period," he said. The transfer of the National Art School campus follows news this week that the University of Sydney will shut down its Sydney College of the Arts campus at Callan Park, Balmain, and transfer students... Read more
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University of Sydney News
Brexit: what next for Britain, Australia and the world?from more distant countries. Refugees and asylum seekers will still be able to
Brexit: what next for Britain, Australia and the world?
University of Sydney News / Posted 19 hours ago
from more distant countries. Refugees and asylum seekers will still be able to apply for protection in the UK, which is a signatory of the UN Refugee Convention," says Professor Stephen Castles, Research Chair of Sociology at the University of Sydn... Read more
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The Age
Obesity a bigger problem than world hunger, Lancet study saysNeal, director of the food policy division at the George Institute for Global H
Obesity a bigger problem than world hunger, Lancet study says
The Age / Posted 23 hours ago
Neal, director of the food policy division at the George Institute for Global Health and professor of global medicine at the University of Sydney, said. "Incredibly cheap, incredibly unhealthy food has been made available ... everywhere,"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Obesity a bigger problem than world hunger, Lancet study saysNeal, director of the food policy division at the George Institute for Global H
Obesity a bigger problem than world hunger, Lancet study says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 hours ago
Neal, director of the food policy division at the George Institute for Global Health and professor of global medicine at the University of Sydney, said. "Incredibly cheap, incredibly unhealthy food has been made available ... everywhere,"... Read more
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CIO
Telstra buys into CBO as part of mining tech playworked for Rio Tinto, leading the automation technology R&D team also worked at
Telstra buys into CBO as part of mining tech play
CIO / Posted yesterday
worked for Rio Tinto, leading the automation technology R&D team also worked at the Rio Tinto Centre for Mine Automation at the University of Sydney. Telstra has also released its Resources Network Management solution, which provides remote... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Dollar per vote' system recommendedthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
'Dollar per vote' system recommended
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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The Scientist
Exercise-Induced Muscle Factor Promotes Memoryhealth benefits, yet we know so little about many of these effects at a molecul
Exercise-Induced Muscle Factor Promotes Memory
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
health benefits, yet we know so little about many of these effects at a molecular level,” said biologist David James of the University of Sydney who did not participate in the work. “This paper provides a convincing mechanism that involves... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public fundingthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public funding
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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The Young Witness
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public fundingthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public funding
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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Western Advocate
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public fundingthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public funding
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public fundingthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public funding
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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The Border Mail
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public fundingthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public funding
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public fundingthey spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private dona
Taxpayers face handing political parties millions more dollars in public funding
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
they spend that amount - while still being able to raise money via private donations. Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Sydney Anne Twomey also noted at the time that it meant parties would receive even more taxpayer funding... Read more
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The Courier
Universities pull the trigger on political correctnesspeople to as many ideas as possible, even if they are challenging." La Trobe's
Universities pull the trigger on political correctness
The Courier / Posted yesterday
people to as many ideas as possible, even if they are challenging." La Trobe's student union and the women's officers at the University of Sydney issue warnings for content relating to classism, colonialism, Islamophobia, ableism, body image,... Read more
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The Age
Universities pull the trigger on political correctnesspeople to as many ideas as possible, even if they are challenging." La Trobe's
Universities pull the trigger on political correctness
The Age / Posted yesterday
people to as many ideas as possible, even if they are challenging." La Trobe's student union and the women's officers at the University of Sydney issue warnings for content relating to classism, colonialism, Islamophobia, ableism, body image,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Universities pull the trigger on political correctnesspeople to as many ideas as possible, even if they are challenging." La Trobe's
Universities pull the trigger on political correctness
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
people to as many ideas as possible, even if they are challenging." La Trobe's student union and the women's officers at the University of Sydney issue warnings for content relating to classism, colonialism, Islamophobia, ableism, body image,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rae Cooper is Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business, and Associate Professor, Work and O
Rae Cooper
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
is Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business, and Associate Professor, Work and Organisational Studies, at the University of Sydney Business School. New Vote Compass data shows people are warming to the idea of quotas for female... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sally Hanna-Osborne is a PhD candidate in Work and Organisational Studies at the University of S
Sally Hanna-Osborne
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
is a PhD candidate in Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School. New Vote Compass data shows people are warming to the idea of quotas for female representation in parliament.... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
We need action to get more women into politics (oh, and it's 2016)Rae Cooper is Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business, and Associate Professor,
We need action to get more women into politics (oh, and it's 2016)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Rae Cooper is Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business, and Associate Professor, Work and Organisational Studies, at the University of Sydney Business School. Sally Hanna-Osborne is a PhD candidate in Work and Organisational Studies at the... Read more
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CNBC
Russia looks to China as economy crumbles under sanctionswhich will be used in the broader economic development of member states, will b
Russia looks to China as economy crumbles under sanctions
CNBC / Posted yesterday
which will be used in the broader economic development of member states, will be crucial for China, explained Rollo of the University of Sydney. If OBOR discussions between Putin and Xi go well, it could produce a rival to regional trade... Read more
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iTWire
Telstra hits the mines as acquisition strategy rolls onleading both the Automation Technology R&D team at Rio Tinto Innovation and the
Telstra hits the mines as acquisition strategy rolls on
iTWire / Posted yesterday
leading both the Automation Technology R&D team at Rio Tinto Innovation and the Rio Tinto Centre for Mine Automation at the University of Sydney, developing new technologies for Rio Tinto’s Mine of the Future programme. According to Keenan, the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
As election looms, far right targets small town AustraliaParty, meaning even a few far-right senators could have a major influence. Pet
As election looms, far right targets small town Australia
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
Party, meaning even a few far-right senators could have a major influence. Peter Chen, politics and media lecturer at the University of Sydney, said they have already had an impact on Australian politics. "Certainly the mainstream parties, as... Read more
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The Star
As election looms, far right targets small town AustraliaParty, meaning even a few far-right senators could have a major influence. Pet
As election looms, far right targets small town Australia
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
Party, meaning even a few far-right senators could have a major influence. Peter Chen, politics and media lecturer at the University of Sydney, said they have already had an impact on Australian politics. "Certainly the mainstream parties, as... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reformsgun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Autho
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reforms
Naples Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
gun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Authors Simon Chapman and Philip Alpers from the University of Sydney, and Michael Jones from Macquarie University sought to determine whether the enactment of gun law... Read more
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Swissinfo
As election looms, far right targets small town AustraliaParty, meaning even a few far-right senators could have a major influence. Pet
As election looms, far right targets small town Australia
Swissinfo / Posted 2 days ago
Party, meaning even a few far-right senators could have a major influence. Peter Chen, politics and media lecturer at the University of Sydney, said they have already had an impact on Australian politics. "Certainly the mainstream parties, as... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Australia's gun laws silence mass shootersnation that has enacted such a substantial change in gun laws as has been imple
Australia's gun laws silence mass shooters
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 2 days ago
nation that has enacted such a substantial change in gun laws as has been implemented in Australia," Simon Chapman, of the University of Sydney, and colleagues wrote in the report. "Comparative studies of Australia's experience with broadly... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Genetic link behind sudden death of young people revealedSyndrome, a heritable heart condition which can cause irregular rhythms. While
Genetic link behind sudden death of young people revealed
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Syndrome, a heritable heart condition which can cause irregular rhythms. While studying cases like Ben's, researchers from the University of Sydney uncovered a relevant genetic mutation in 27 per cent of unexplained cases where young people died... Read more
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Hamilton News
Relationship between sugar and obesity isn’t what you thinkoverall impression is that sugar consumption is going up, given the rise in wei
Relationship between sugar and obesity isn’t what you think
Hamilton News / Posted 2 days ago
overall impression is that sugar consumption is going up, given the rise in weight gain. In Australia, when researchers at the University of Sydney found that sugar consumption was falling despite obesity rates increasing, the paradox so outraged... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reformsgun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Autho
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reforms
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 2 days ago
gun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Authors Simon Chapman and Philip Alpers from the University of Sydney, and Michael Jones from Macquarie University sought to determine whether the enactment of gun law... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Study of Australia's gun laws may provide example in United Statesand large penalties were enacted. A study published in the Journal of the Amer
Study of Australia's gun laws may provide example in United States
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
and large penalties were enacted. A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association by researchers at the University of Sydney found that since the law was changed there have been no mass shooting, defined as five or more... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reformsgun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Autho
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reforms
The Record Searchlight / Posted 2 days ago
gun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Authors Simon Chapman and Philip Alpers from the University of Sydney, and Michael Jones from Macquarie University sought to determine whether the enactment of gun law... Read more
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NBC News
Australia's Gun Laws Stopped Mass Shootings, Study Findsenactment of gun law reforms in Australia in 1996, there were no mass firearm k
Australia's Gun Laws Stopped Mass Shootings, Study Finds
NBC News / Posted 2 days ago
enactment of gun law reforms in Australia in 1996, there were no mass firearm killings through May 2016," Simon Chapman of the University of Sydney and colleagues wrote. They say they can't prove the gun control measures caused the fall in... Read more
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USA Today
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reformsgun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Autho
Fatal mass shootings in Australia down to zero after gun law reforms
USA Today / Posted 2 days ago
gun buyers and stopped people on the terror watch list from buying guns. Authors Simon Chapman and Philip Alpers from the University of Sydney, and Michael Jones from Macquarie University sought to determine whether the enactment of gun law... Read more
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University of Sydney News
University welcomes new Sydney School of Entrepreneurshipuniversities and TAFE NSW designed to promote innovation and develop the capabi
University welcomes new Sydney School of Entrepreneurship
University of Sydney News / Posted 2 days ago
universities and TAFE NSW designed to promote innovation and develop the capabilities of emerging entrepreneurs in NSW. The University of Sydney joins other NSW institutions as a member of the School, which will be closely modelled on the highly... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mining and business to fare better under a Brexit 'No' voteBrexit: mining commodity price uncertainty easing back on potential 'No' vote
Mining and business to fare better under a Brexit 'No' vote
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Brexit: mining commodity price uncertainty easing back on potential 'No' vote A political theorist from the University of Sydney says if Britain votes to leave the European Union there will be wide spread impacts on Australian business. The... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA's catch-and-kill shark policy not popular among survey respondentspeople the week after the deaths of Ben Gerring and Doreen Collyer. Lead resea
WA's catch-and-kill shark policy not popular among survey respondents
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
people the week after the deaths of Ben Gerring and Doreen Collyer. Lead researcher and shark expert Christopher Neff from the University of Sydney said the survey included 100 people each from Mandurah and Mindarie. The rest were from the federal... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ultra-thin slices of diamonds reveal geological processesBy using ultra-thin slices of diamonds, Dorrit E. Jacob and her colleagues from
Ultra-thin slices of diamonds reveal geological processes
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
By using ultra-thin slices of diamonds, Dorrit E. Jacob and her colleagues from the Macquarie University in Australia and the University of Sydney found the first direct evidence for the formation of diamonds by a process known as redox freezing.... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
America's gun problem is so much bigger than mass shootingsprivate property and the threat of jail, and that’s not the American way,” said
America's gun problem is so much bigger than mass shootings
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
private property and the threat of jail, and that’s not the American way,” said Philip Alpers, a gun violence researcher at the University of Sydney. But there are other reasons that Australia is not a good model for how the US can address gun... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney University art school merger with UNSW sparks outrage among studentsUniversity of Sydney students at the College of the Arts will move to the Unive
Sydney University art school merger with UNSW sparks outrage among students
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
University of Sydney students at the College of the Arts will move to the University of NSW. Photo: Rob Homer The University of Sydney will shut down its Sydney College of the Arts campus and transfer students to the University of NSW, under a... Read more
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Weekly Times
Push to call obesity a diseasefunding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Step
Push to call obesity a disease
Weekly Times / Posted 3 days ago
funding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Stephen Colagiuri from The Boden Institute at the University of Sydney. "There is no real pattern to indicate that a disease gets more funding than something that is... Read more
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News.com.au
Push to call obesity a diseasefunding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Step
Push to call obesity a disease
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
funding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Stephen Colagiuri from The Boden Institute at the University of Sydney. "There is no real pattern to indicate that a disease gets more funding than something that is... Read more
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Perth Now
Push to call obesity a diseasefunding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Step
Push to call obesity a disease
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
funding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Stephen Colagiuri from The Boden Institute at the University of Sydney. "There is no real pattern to indicate that a disease gets more funding than something that is... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Refusal to call obesity a disease a 'failing'funding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Step
Refusal to call obesity a disease a 'failing'
Sky News Australia / Posted 3 days ago
funding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Stephen Colagiuri from The Boden Institute at the University of Sydney. "There is no real pattern to indicate that a disease gets more funding than something that is... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Push to call obesity a diseasefunding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Step
Push to call obesity a disease
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
funding for treatment, but that's not necessarily the case, says Professor Stephen Colagiuri from The Boden Institute at the University of Sydney. "There is no real pattern to indicate that a disease gets more funding than something that is... Read more
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The Border Mail
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schoolsfraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schools
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
fraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman, an emeritus professor in public health at the University of Sydney, said Ms Slattery's ideas about the danger of Wi-Fi were "total quackery". Professor Chapman, who... Read more
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The Border Mail
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schoolsfraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schools
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
fraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman, an emeritus professor in public health at the University of Sydney, said Ms Slattery's ideas about the danger of Wi-Fi were "total quackery". Professor Chapman, who... Read more
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The Courier
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schoolsfraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schools
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
fraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman, an emeritus professor in public health at the University of Sydney, said Ms Slattery's ideas about the danger of Wi-Fi were "total quackery". Professor Chapman, who... Read more
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The Age
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schoolsfraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman
Anti-vaccination program offered to gifted children in primary schools
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
fraudulent, and was retracted by the medical journal The Lancet. Simon Chapman, an emeritus professor in public health at the University of Sydney, said Ms Slattery's ideas about the danger of Wi-Fi were "total quackery". Professor Chapman, who... Read more
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News.com.au
Some in ADF think 'OK to break people'the highest non-commissioned rank of leading seaman before he left. Mr Frazer
Some in ADF think 'OK to break people'
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
the highest non-commissioned rank of leading seaman before he left. Mr Frazer told the commission he went on to study at the University of Sydney and worked as a social worker but began to have health problems including crippling anxiety. He... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Some in ADF think 'OK to break people'the highest non-commissioned rank of leading seaman before he left. Mr Frazer
Some in ADF think 'OK to break people'
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
the highest non-commissioned rank of leading seaman before he left. Mr Frazer told the commission he went on to study at the University of Sydney and worked as a social worker but began to have health problems including crippling anxiety. He... Read more
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