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2014/12/21 17:55
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CHILDREN with severe epilepsy will be treated with marijuana grown or imported by the NSW government as part of a landmark trial announced yesterday. GREAT WORK: Lou and Lucy Haslam (left and second...
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2014/12/21 10:24
2014/12/21 10:24
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A pro-piracy demonstration in Stockholm, Sweden, 2006 - the same year the Piratpartiet was founded. Photo: Jon Åslund Mozart Olbrycht-Palmer is a "pretty bad pirate". It's a curious admission for...
2014/12/21 09:55
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The partner of the Sydney siege gunman is due in court on Monday to explain why she should remain free on bail while facing a murder charge. The partner of the Sydney siege gunman is due in court on...
2014/12/21 07:05
2014/12/21 07:05
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Experts believe the exchange of personal data for online conveniences will soon erode today's notions of privacy. Today's notions of privacy will be eroded significantly within the next decade as...
2014/12/21 06:48
2014/12/21 06:48
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Katrina Dawson, killed in the Sydney siege. The family of Sydney siege victim Katrina Dawson have expressed their immense pride in her achievements, but as tributes flow following the 38-year-old's...
2014/12/21 06:15
2014/12/21 06:15
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Students who graduate from elite universities do not earn any more over their lifetimes than if they had attended a less prestigious technology university, according to a new report. Students who...
2014/12/20 11:11
2014/12/20 11:11
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There is a pervasive instutionalised culture of dehumanisation in the US that promotes the use of torture. Torture is embedded as normal and acceptable practice in political, ideological, cultural...
2014/12/19 22:46
2014/12/19 22:46
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As another Christmas approaches and the usual holiday laments are unpacked like so many old ornaments — too much commercialism and too little faith, too much food and too little time — there has...
2014/12/19 10:18
2014/12/19 10:18
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Katrina Dawson's legacy will live on through the Katrina Dawson Foundation. The family of Sydney siege victim Katrina Dawson has established a foundation in her memory, and also made plans for a...
2014/12/19 04:19
2014/12/19 04:19
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The second woman to be appointed as a bishop in the Melbourne Anglican Church says she will push the church to make "thoughtful and compassionate" contributions to public debate. The second woman to...
2014/12/19 03:55
2014/12/19 03:55
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More than 50,000 students got their ATAR on Thursday, with some, like Henry Garing, "ecstatic" about their result. Henry Garing took a deep breath before he looked at the four digits that would...
2014/12/18 15:12
2014/12/18 15:12
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GP of 20 years Charlotte Hespe fears for the future of her profession. "Under these incentives, what junior doctor would want to come and work in primary care?" she asks. A GP of 20 years, Charlotte...
2014/12/18 11:41
2014/12/18 11:41
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Out of the 60 most advantaged schools in the state, public schools scored above 90 in 38 per cent of their exams, on average, while the rate was 26 per cent in private schools. Expensive private...
2014/12/18 08:44
2014/12/18 08:44
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Former Bathurst High School student Rowan Darke SC has been sworn in as a judge of the Supreme Court of NSW. Former Bathurst High School student Rowan Darke SC has been sworn in as a judge of the...
2014/12/18 07:20
2014/12/18 07:20
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Henry Garing was all smiles when he saw his ATAR this morning. Photo: Janie Barrett Henry Garing took a deep breath before he looked at the four digits that would decide whether he gets into his...
2014/12/18 05:36
2014/12/18 05:36
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Share this page Prof Spurr had advised that schools should teach less Aboriginal literature An Australian professor and government education advisor has resigned from The University of Sydney after...
2014/12/18 04:06
2014/12/18 04:06
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The father of Australian gun control says it's simplistic and flawed to believe weaker gun laws could have prevented the Martin Place siege. But John Howard says he's not looking to get into a debate...
2014/12/18 04:02
2014/12/18 04:02
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Look beyond deregulation uncertainty to the benefits of universityBy Dr Michael Spence. First published in the Sydney Morning Herald.17 December 2014 Thousands of students across the country today...
2014/12/18 02:53
2014/12/18 02:53
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Narooma High School top HSC achievers gathered at school on Thursday to share their ATAR university entrance scores. SOME of Narooma High School top HSC achievers gathered at school on Thursday to...
2014/12/18 02:26
2014/12/18 02:26
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Scientists say Budget cuts threaten animal health and biosecurity Scientists are concerned that the Federal Government is compromising future trade opportunities by abolishing animal health...
2014/12/21 17:55
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