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The Australian Boat Race 26 September 2014 The Australian Boat Race will once again ignite Sydney Harbour this October. Bragging rights will be on the line as two old rivals - the University of...
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2014/10/24 23:09
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James Fallows is based in Washington as a national correspondent for The Atlantic. He has worked for the magazine for nearly 30 years and in that time has also lived in Seattle, Berkeley, Austin,...
2014/10/24 21:15
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Gough Whitlam, the prime minister who profoundly transformed Australia's national identity and cultural ethos in just one three year term in power died on Tuesday, aged 98 years. Mr. Whitlam will be...
2014/10/24 18:24
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Peter Lundberg's Ring sculpture won the Sculpture by the Sea Prize 2014. "It looks like roadworks in progress, but with no works actually going on," Babs Thompson, of Turramurra, said of Peter...
2014/10/24 14:29
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... 23, 2014) Island living offers a unique affection for the sea. The ocean provides coastal communities with a natural resource of fresh food, transportation, and recreation. Unfortunately,...
2014/10/24 13:48
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Spatulas at the ready It was a recipe for disaster: a bitter defamation battle between some of the state's top cake decorators that has fallen flat in court. The District Court this week threw out...
2014/10/24 11:55
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For Patrick Green, a physiotherapy student at The University of Sydney, the thought of doing his two-unit maths HSC course again would make him want to "crawl up into a little ball and cry." The...
2014/10/24 07:02
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Government appoints infectious disease expert to aid Australia's response to Ebola 24 October 2014 The Federal Government has appointed Professor Lyn Gilbert to advise hospital based clinicians and...
2014/10/24 06:27
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Queensland scientists will play a key role in a new Australian research centre working to increase major food crop yields. University of Queensland researchers will form the Queensland node of the...
2014/10/24 00:02
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... aircraft helps quantum technology take flight 20 October 2014 What does a 1980s experimental aircraft have to do with state-of-the art quantum technology? Lots, as shown by new research from...
2014/10/23 22:27
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Explainer: What are the alternatives to the NT's current system of political donations? A Northern Territory Government investigation will examine the laws governing political donations and table...
2014/10/23 18:44
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Male Carolina anole (left); male brown anole (right)WIKIMEDIA, R. COLIN BLENIS (L), HANS HILLEWAERT (R)For most of its existence, the Carolina anole (Anolis carolinensis) was the only lizard in the...
2014/10/23 14:57
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BEIJING: China's Communist rulers declared on Thursday (Oct 23) that the country would embrace the "rule of law with Chinese characteristics", official media reported after a key party meeting touted...
2014/10/23 07:53
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The privacy of poetry professor Barry Spurr has been "trashed" with the exposure of his racist and sexist emails as part of a political campaign against the Federal Government's national curriculum...
2014/10/23 06:56
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Water samples tested in Sydney have returned readings within normal ranges, ruling out fish virus as the cause of fish deaths at Yerrabi Pond. Experts in Sydney have ruled out a virus as the cause of...
2014/10/23 06:02
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Digital junk: Unhealthy brands using Facebook to target young people22 October 2014 World-first research by The University of Sydney reveals that junk food brands are engaging with young Facebook...
2014/10/23 00:27
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Richard Clough: Landscape architect who planted Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, documented development in hundreds of photos A lake, said Sir Robert Menzies, is more than a sheet of water. "It is...
2014/10/22 06:55
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Until Gough Whitlam won government, the most famous 10 days that shook the world was the October 1917 revolution in Russia. Until Gough Whitlam won government, the most famous 10 days that shook the...
2014/10/22 03:47
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A UNIVERSITY of Sydney student has been removed from an administrative role at the institution after taking a photo of a woman during sex and showing it to other students. Reports of the scandal have...
2014/10/22 02:17
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A STUDENT who admitted to taking a photograph of a woman during sex and showing it at parties has finally been removed from his position as a campus student liason officer - almost nine months after...
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