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2014/08/23 13:35
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Orb-weaver spiders are responsible for a quarter of the world’s spider population (Picture: Getty Images) Spiders living in cities are getting bigger, according to scientists – and quite a lot...
2014/08/23 13:35
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2014/08/23 08:55
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In 2011 Adam Byrnes should have been having the time of his life. But instead the year marked the start of a two and a half year battle with mental illness. In 2011 Adam Byrnes should have been...
2014/08/23 05:15
2014/08/23 05:15
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Petrol's volatile price cycle has industry observers baffled Sydney's petrol price cycle is becoming increasingly "volatile" and "inconsistent" and industry observers are at a loss to explain...
2014/08/22 23:36
2014/08/22 23:36
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BBC News - Xi Jinping: The heir to Deng Xiaoping? For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Deng Xiaoping's legacy continues to live on in...
2014/08/22 14:49
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Fund-raising flop threatens to rain on the Mardi Gras parade By Tim Dick Urban Affairs ReporterOctober 10, 2005 Mardi Gras is facing its second crisis in four years, with a collapse in ticket sales...
2014/08/22 13:51
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David Harold Eastman being arrested by Richard Ninness. Photo: Graham Tidy The man who served more than 19 years in prison for murdering Australian Federal Police assistant commissioner Colin...
2014/08/22 09:22
2014/08/22 09:22
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A stouch between universities has led to the claim that the majority of students from the Dubbo and Orange campuses of the School of Rural Health would work in the bush if they got the chance. A...
2014/08/22 07:13
2014/08/22 07:13
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THE life of the man convicted of murdering top cop Colin Winchester has been far from normal since birth. Decidedly odd is one of the more polite descriptions of David Harold Eastman. Dangerously...
2014/08/22 03:28
2014/08/22 03:28
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Lunnderboy/Getty Images/iStockphotoResearchers at The University of Sydney found that spiders are more likely to be bigger, more fertile, and better fed in cities than in outside areas. The City That...
2014/08/21 22:20
2014/08/21 22:20
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Modern parents may be surprised to find relevant guidance in medieval text. Child-rearing advice in ancient texts can still ring true for today's parents. Are you a helicopter parent, hovering...
2014/08/21 06:02
2014/08/21 06:02
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New Dean appointed in the Faculty of Education and Social Work21 August 2014 The University of Sydney is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Diane Mayer as Dean of the Faculty of...
2014/08/21 02:28
2014/08/21 02:28
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Sydney expert to give public lecture on blood donationsThursday, 21 August 2014, 1:36 pmPress Release: University of CanterburySydney expert to give public lecture on blood donationsAugust 21, 2014A...
2014/08/20 23:23
2014/08/20 23:23
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Crowdsourcing competitions often hijacked, according to study Crowdsourcing competitions, popular with companies seeking to tap into groups of knowledge, are often diminished by malicious behaviour,...
2014/08/20 18:39
2014/08/20 18:39
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A common orb-weaving spider may grow larger and have an increased ability to reproduce when living in urban areas, according to a study published August 20, 2014 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by...
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2014/08/20 14:55
2014/08/20 14:55
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The white nationalist Australia First political party has anounced it will campaign against the proposed $500 million Warnervale Chinese cultural theme park. It says it will hold a public protest...
2014/08/20 14:55
2014/08/20 14:55
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SYDNEY surgeon and lecturer Dr Nicolas Oddone’s job is to save lives but he showed little regard for the life of a dog he severely beat. The oncologist, aged in his early 40s, was convicted of one...
2014/08/20 14:02
2014/08/20 14:02
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Seabed solution for cold sores20 August 2014 The blue blood of abalone, a seabed delicacy could be used to combat common cold sores and related herpes virus following breakthrough research at the...
2014/08/20 11:39
2014/08/20 11:39
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Have you ever wondered why we give birth to live young rather than lay eggs? Scientists have pondered this for a long time and answers have come from an unlikely source: some of Australia's lizards...
2014/08/20 09:29
2014/08/20 09:29
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ISLAMABAD: Six-year olds who spend most of their time watching TV could end up with narrower arteries in the eyes, increasing their chances of heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes in later...
2014/08/20 06:20
2014/08/20 06:20
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Vic teachers need schooling on homework TEACHERS and schools need to do their homework about homework. A VICTORIAN parliamentary inquiry heard that some universities do not train new teachers to...
2014/08/23 13:35
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