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2014/11/25 20:55
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The 40-basis point cut in the one-year benchmark lending rate by the People’s Bank of China last Friday caught the world by surprise. It has also offered relief to some of Australia’s medium-sized...
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2014/11/25 16:18
2014/11/25 16:18
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The paper written by Amit Lampit, Harry Hallock, and Michael Valenzuel of The University of Sydney, and published in PLOS Medicine, reported on a “meta-analysis” of 52 studies of the effects of brain...
2014/11/25 07:22
2014/11/25 07:22
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THE agonising decision families of some disabled children in western NSW make to either leave their friends and employment to move to larger regional centres or compromise on services if they stay is...
2014/11/25 04:26
2014/11/25 04:26
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Nearly 900 jobs to go at CSIRO as Australia aims to boost farm production The CSIRO is set to lose one staff member in five over the next two years. The effect of Federal Government's cut of $114...
2014/11/25 03:46
2014/11/25 03:46
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Few people are capable of genuinely new thinking. Back in the day, there were industry experts – knowledgeable individuals who'd earned their stripes in the field or devoted their careers to...
2014/11/25 01:53
2014/11/25 01:53
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Human biology and luck helped a baby survive without food or water for six days after being dumped, a paediatrician says. Kim Oates, an emeritus professor of paediatrics at The University of Sydney...
2014/11/25 00:15
2014/11/25 00:15
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New research suggests running may slow down the ageing process. A new study has revealed the potential long-term health benefits of regular running. The study, published by online journal Plos...
2014/11/24 21:51
2014/11/24 21:51
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THE extraordinary survival of a tiny baby who spent nearly five days at the bottom of a stormwater drain has been attributed to the resilience of newborns - and a healthy dose of luck. Born early...
2014/11/24 19:37
2014/11/24 19:37
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Born on Monday last week, the baby boy is alleged to have been dumped by his mother less than 24 hours later down the 2.5 metre (8ft) storm drain, next to a motorway in western Sydney. Rescued on...
2014/11/24 16:42
2014/11/24 16:42
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... —A pair of Australian researchers, Malcolm Choat with Macquarie University and Iain Gardner with The University of Sydney, has after many decades of effort by others, succeeded in...
2014/11/23 20:44
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Miles beneath the sea is a landscape of seamounts, hills and ridges, much of it unexplored or hidden under layers of muck. A team of scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La...
2014/11/23 16:18
2014/11/23 16:18
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Euthanasia advocate: Dr Philip Nitschke may face 12 more complaints. Photo: Getty Images There's tension in the air in Darwin. It's the end of what locals refer to as "the build-up": humidity is...
2014/11/23 03:12
2014/11/23 03:12
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Reflexology helping patients at physical, mental and emotional levels. Reflexologist Jennifer Cook says there's lots happening when she manually treats her clients. Besides physically stimulating...
2014/11/22 13:19
2014/11/22 13:19
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A new exhibition of 19th century taxidermy is a display of both science and showmanship. The wallaby's fur might be wearing thin in places but there's no doubt her lashes are magnificent. "She...
2014/11/21 11:13
2014/11/21 11:13
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It feels very special. Without the crowds, it’s possible to see the paintings every which way, to go close up, to stand back, to linger and to ponder. Which is what you get if you’re a trustee of the...
2014/11/21 07:27
2014/11/21 07:27
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A University of Queensland-led project that is revolutionising worldwide sewer design and management has won a prestigious national prize celebrating researcher-industry collaboration. The Sewer...
2014/11/21 04:42
2014/11/21 04:42
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NOWRA: Paramedics attend a freak accident in the Nowra CBD which saw a car inadvertently reverse out of a service station, career over two lanes and plough into a busy Nowra gym. ULLADULLA: Shane...
2014/11/21 04:22
2014/11/21 04:22
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THE question of creating more accommodation for university students in Dubbo has been answered by the Dubbo City Development Corporation (DCDC).The University of Sydney’s School of Rural Health and...
2014/11/21 02:02
2014/11/21 02:02
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STEM Academy to inspire teaching excellence20 November 2014 A new academy that aims to inspire teaching excellence in mathematics, science and technology skills among Australian high school teachers...
2014/11/21 01:46
2014/11/21 01:46
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IT’S a vicious cycle. You try to diet, end up starving and then stuff your face with food. But there is a meal plan that researchers say will actually make you less hungry. Not only will your...
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