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The Atlantic
What Earth Will Look Like After Climate ChangeA few years ago in a lab in Panama, Klaus Winter tried to conjure the future. A
What Earth Will Look Like After Climate Change
The Atlantic / Posted 4 hours ago
A few years ago in a lab in Panama, Klaus Winter tried to conjure the future. A plant physiologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, he planted seedlings of 10 tropical tree species in small, geodesic greenhouses. Some he allowed to... Read more
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The North West Star
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
The North West Star / Posted 11 hours ago
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia is not heading to a recession ... yet Despite the sobering growth figures released this week, it's too early to say
Australia is not heading to a recession ... yet
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 hours ago
Despite the sobering growth figures released this week, it's too early to say Australia is heading to a recession. Nevertheless, there are many pitfalls ahead and we can't afford to be complacent,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
This student was writing an essay when he found something cool in a library bookAnyone spending their days in the university library might need something to li
This student was writing an essay when he found something cool in a library book
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
Anyone spending their days in the university library might need something to lighten their time - and this student certainly got a note of interest in his studying. The note below was discovered in a text book at the University of Adelaide library... Read more
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The Courier
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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The Young Witness
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Canberra Times
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental sustainability and animal welfare are... Read more
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Western Advocate
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Manning River Times
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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The North West Star
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental sustainability and animal welfare are... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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The Age
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
The Age / Posted yesterday
Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental sustainability and animal welfare are... Read more
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The Border Mail
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buyin
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental sustainability and animal welfare are... Read more
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WA Today
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is
Organic fruit and vegies: are they basically a waste of money?
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Eat local: fresh and affordable. "Buying organic vegies at the supermarket is basically a waste of money." The fewer pesticides, insecticides and artificial additives we ingest the better, plus environmental sustainability and animal welfare are... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Should Australian workers be worried about the China FTA? Unions are worried that the free trade agreement with China could see local w
Should Australian workers be worried about the China FTA?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Unions are worried that the free trade agreement with China could see local workers displaced by migrant workers employed with inferior conditions. Joanna Howe and Stuart Rosewarne look at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Police Commissioner reflects on lecturer's death, which led to gay law reform in SAGay law reform: Police Commissioner Grant Stevens reflects on death of George D
Police Commissioner reflects on lecturer's death, which led to gay law reform in SA
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Gay law reform: Police Commissioner Grant Stevens reflects on death of George Duncan, which led to decriminalisation of male homosexuality in SA On the eve of the 40th anniversary of gay law reform in South Australia, Police Commissioner Grant... Read more
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The Columbian
Cave shares Pleistocene secretsCHEYENNE, Wyo. — A strange Wyoming cave eight stories deep continued to give up
Cave shares Pleistocene secrets
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A strange Wyoming cave eight stories deep continued to give up secrets as paleontologists for a second summer in a row dug and sifted through a subterranean boneyard of animals that fell in around the peak of the last ice age some... Read more
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PhysOrg
Investigating disease risk from Parklands batsNew research at the University of Adelaide is studying the bat colony in Adelai
Investigating disease risk from Parklands bats
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
New research at the University of Adelaide is studying the bat colony in Adelaide's north-eastern parklands (Botanic Park, not Botanic Gardens) to investigate the diseases they may be carrying, their ecology and where they go at night. The... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Oil giant Chevron seeking expert environmental advice ahead of drilling in the Great Australian BightOIL giant Chevron is contracting the University of Adelaide, CSIRO and GeoScien
Oil giant Chevron seeking expert environmental advice ahead of drilling in the Great Australian Bight
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
OIL giant Chevron is contracting the University of Adelaide, CSIRO and GeoScience Australia to conduct environmental research in the Great Australian Bight. Chevron aims to begin drilling for oil and gas in late 2017 in the deep waters several... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Adelaide Botanic Park bat colony to be tracked by GPS, tested for diseaseAdelaide's Botanic Park bat colony to be tracked by GPS and tested for disease
Adelaide Botanic Park bat colony to be tracked by GPS, tested for disease
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Adelaide's Botanic Park bat colony to be tracked by GPS and tested for disease Solar-powered GPS trackers will be attached to bats that have made Adelaide's Botanic Park their home so researchers can watch their every move. Wildlife experts from... Read more
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Herald Sun
SA bats to be trapped and checkedADELAIDE'S bats are being trapped, checked and released amid continued concerns
SA bats to be trapped and checked
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
ADELAIDE'S bats are being trapped, checked and released amid continued concerns over the spread of the deadly Hendra virus. GREY-HEADED flying foxes in Adelaide's northeastern parklands will be trapped in nets, have blood samples taken and GPS... Read more
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Weekly Times
SA bats to be trapped and checkedADELAIDE'S bats are being trapped, checked and released amid continued concerns
SA bats to be trapped and checked
Weekly Times / Posted 7 days ago
ADELAIDE'S bats are being trapped, checked and released amid continued concerns over the spread of the deadly Hendra virus. GREY-HEADED flying foxes in Adelaide's northeastern parklands will be trapped in nets, have blood samples taken and GPS... Read more
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The Courier Mail
SA bats to be trapped and checkedADELAIDE'S bats are being trapped, checked and released amid continued concerns
SA bats to be trapped and checked
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
ADELAIDE'S bats are being trapped, checked and released amid continued concerns over the spread of the deadly Hendra virus. GREY-HEADED flying foxes in Adelaide's northeastern parklands will be trapped in nets, have blood samples taken and GPS... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Five points to consider when choosing a university course#TalkAboutIt: Universities across Australia are holding open days for prospec
Five points to consider when choosing a university course
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
#TalkAboutIt: Universities across Australia are holding open days for prospective students wanting to learn more about their study options and on-campus experiences. But with a plethora of... Read more
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News.com.au
SA textbook business to closebreaking news ABOUT 80 people are set to lose their jobs with the closure of
SA textbook business to close
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
breaking news ABOUT 80 people are set to lose their jobs with the closure of a South Australian university textbook business. THE Adelaide University Union will close its eight not-for-profit Unibooks stores and head... Read more
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Herald Sun
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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Weekly Times
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Weekly Times / Posted 8 days ago
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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News.com.au
Eureka Prize winners announcedbreaking news THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes nigh
Eureka Prize winners announced
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
breaking news THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the... Read more
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Perth Now
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Perth Now / Posted 8 days ago
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Eureka Prize winners announcedTHE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards
Eureka Prize winners announced
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
THE Australian Museum has hosted its annual Eureka Prizes night, giving awards to 16 of Australia's leading scientists and science communicators at a gala dinner in Sydney. THE prizes, billed as "the most comprehensive national science awards," were... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Growing Trees On the Farm Leads to Food SecurityIt is important to plant different tree species in crop lands because they cont
How Growing Trees On the Farm Leads to Food Security
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
It is important to plant different tree species in crop lands because they contribute to higher productivity of crops and animals as well as the soil. Trees from legume families fix nitrogen, which is useful for crops. Trees also provide fuel wood... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings: Central Queensland UniversityGood Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings, Central Queensland Universi
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings: Central Queensland University
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
Good Universities Guide publishes 'flawed' ratings, Central Queensland University says Photo: Central Queensland University said it was already difficult attracting students to regional campuses and poor star ratings had not helped. (ABC TV - file... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
USQ honours top achievers with Alumnus of the Year awardsTHE winners of the University of Southern Queensland's fifth annual Alumnus of
USQ honours top achievers with Alumnus of the Year awards
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
THE winners of the University of Southern Queensland's fifth annual Alumnus of the Year Awards were announced at a special breakfast presentation at Toowoomba's Picnic Point yesterday. Indigenous health and education advocate Maree Toombs took out... Read more
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PhysOrg
Fire damage to soils sets back bushfire recoverySoils in areas hit by bushfires like the Sampson Flat fire may take several yea
Fire damage to soils sets back bushfire recovery
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
Soils in areas hit by bushfires like the Sampson Flat fire may take several years to recover, say University of Adelaide soil scientists starting a new study into the effects of bushfires on soils. "Bushfire not only burns the vegetation above... Read more
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News.com.au
SA bushfire destoryed soil for years aheadbreaking news SOIL in the Adelaide Hills will take years to recover after Ja
SA bushfire destoryed soil for years ahead
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
breaking news SOIL in the Adelaide Hills will take years to recover after January's devastating bushfire. ORGANIC matter in thousands of hectares of soil has been destroyed because of the intensity of the... Read more
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Perth Now
SA bushfire destoryed soil for years aheadSOIL in the Adelaide Hills will take years to recover after January's devastati
SA bushfire destoryed soil for years ahead
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
SOIL in the Adelaide Hills will take years to recover after January's devastating bushfire. ORGANIC matter in thousands of hectares of soil has been destroyed because of the intensity of the Sampson Flat bushfire, a University of Adelaide study has... Read more
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The Courier Mail
SA bushfire destoryed soil for years aheadSOIL in the Adelaide Hills will take years to recover after January's devastati
SA bushfire destoryed soil for years ahead
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
SOIL in the Adelaide Hills will take years to recover after January's devastating bushfire. ORGANIC matter in thousands of hectares of soil has been destroyed because of the intensity of the Sampson Flat bushfire, a University of Adelaide study has... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why your dog doesn't feel guilty... even when he looks like this! Experts say sad eyes and wrinkled brows aren't evidence of contrition at all
Why your dog doesn't feel guilty... even when he looks like this!
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Experts say sad eyes and wrinkled brows aren't evidence of contrition at all Owners post hilarious ‘dog shaming’ images showing pets looking guilty But experts say ‘guilty’... Read more
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Daily Mail
Adding chilli to your food really CAN help you lose weightAdding chilli to food really CAN help you lose weight: Compound in fiery pepper
Adding chilli to your food really CAN help you lose weight
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
Adding chilli to food really CAN help you lose weight: Compound in fiery peppers tells the body it's full, preventing over-eating Capsaicin - which gives chillies their heat - reduces the amount people eat It activates the TRPV1 receptors in the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
High cardiorespiratory fitness levels reduce risk of arrhythmia recurrence in obese atrial fibrillation patientsObese atrial fibrillation patients have a lower chance of arrhythmia recurrence
High cardiorespiratory fitness levels reduce risk of arrhythmia recurrence in obese atrial fibrillation patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
Obese atrial fibrillation patients have a lower chance of arrhythmia recurrence if they have high levels of cardiorespiratory fitness, and risk continues to decline as exercise capacity increases as part of treatment, according to a study published... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SA marks 40 years since decriminalisation of homosexualityGay law reform: Adelaide marks 40 years since decriminalisation of homosexualit
SA marks 40 years since decriminalisation of homosexuality
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
Gay law reform: Adelaide marks 40 years since decriminalisation of homosexuality in South Australia Photo: University of Adelaide law lecturer George Duncan drowned in 1972 after being thrown into the River Torrens. (SA Police) The drowning of a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Trade union royal commissioner Dyson Heydon interprets the black and white letter of the lawIt was a heart-warming beginning to an extraordinary judicial hearing, one wher
Trade union royal commissioner Dyson Heydon interprets the black and white letter of the law
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
It was a heart-warming beginning to an extraordinary judicial hearing, one where a lion of the Australian law was excoriated by legal counsel for Australia's trade unions as unfit to preside over a royal commission. Friends and colleagues believe... Read more
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WA Today
Trade union royal commissioner Dyson Heydon interprets the black and white letter of the lawIt was a heart-warming beginning to an extraordinary judicial hearing, one wher
Trade union royal commissioner Dyson Heydon interprets the black and white letter of the law
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
It was a heart-warming beginning to an extraordinary judicial hearing, one where a lion of the Australian law was excoriated by legal counsel for Australia's trade unions as unfit to preside over a royal commission. Friends and colleagues believe... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Trade union royal commissioner Dyson Heydon interprets the black and white letter of the lawIt was a heart-warming beginning to an extraordinary judicial hearing, where a
Trade union royal commissioner Dyson Heydon interprets the black and white letter of the law
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
It was a heart-warming beginning to an extraordinary judicial hearing, where a lion of the Australian law was excoriated by legal counsel for Australia's trade unions as unfit to preside over a royal commission. It was a heart-warming beginning to... Read more
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