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Adelaide Now
East End luxury apartments touted for shopping stripinvestment advice for its Australian business. He has an economics degree (acc
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 hours ago
investment advice for its Australian business. He has an economics degree (accounting and finance major) from the University of Adelaide and a Masters in real estate and finance major from the UniSA. Construction of the project is... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Regulation of sharing economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 hours ago
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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WA Today
Regulation of sharing economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
WA Today / Posted 12 hours ago
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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Canberra Times
Regulation of sharing economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
Canberra Times / Posted 22 hours ago
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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The Age
Regulation of sharing economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
The Age / Posted yesterday
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Regulation of sharing economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Regulation of gig economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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Manning River Times
Regulation of gig economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Regulation of gig economy urged to prevent exploitationexploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. And
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
exploitation of vulnerable workers, leading workplace experts have warned. Andrew Stewart, a professor of law at the University of Adelaide and Jim Stanford, an economist from the Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute have... Read more
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Adelaide Now
This is SA, on the cusp of warthere, including complete leather-bound sets of Shakespeare, for her essays and
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
there, including complete leather-bound sets of Shakespeare, for her essays and elocution. After graduating from the University of Adelaide, she forged her own career and hung on to it, in a climate, still, where most women found it... Read more
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News.com.au
‘I thought I was going to lose my baby‘fund the vaccine and asked doctors to talk about the B-strain vaccine option mo
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
fund the vaccine and asked doctors to talk about the B-strain vaccine option more frequently. Meningococcal B Study - The University of Adelaide0:53 Robinson Research Institute University of Adelaide. This video features Associate Professor Helen... Read more
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News.com.au
This is SA, on the cusp of warthere, including complete leather-bound sets of Shakespeare, for her essays and
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
there, including complete leather-bound sets of Shakespeare, for her essays and elocution. After graduating from the University of Adelaide, she forged her own career and hung on to it, in a climate, still, where most women found it... Read more
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Daily Mail
Telling people not to ‘down’ alcohol makes them drink moreto drink if their parents show disapproval, research revealed last month. Stud
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
to drink if their parents show disapproval, research revealed last month. Study author Ms Jacqueline Bowden from the University of Adelaide, said: 'Parents have more influence on their teenagers' decisions regarding alcohol than they probably... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Planning key to family successare increasingly challenged on how to remain competitive and viable as the econ
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
are increasingly challenged on how to remain competitive and viable as the economy undergoes structural changes. University of Adelaide-based Family Business Education and Research Group undertakes national surveys of family-controlled... Read more
5d
Geelong Advertiser
Your guide to what’s on in Adelaideenjoy music by members of the ASQ. A range of works will be performed including
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 5 days ago
enjoy music by members of the ASQ. A range of works will be performed including Dohnanyi’s Piano Quintet No. 1. Elder Hall, University of Adelaide, North Tce, city, 1.10pm. Cost: $12. Details: 8313 5286 Elvis 40th Anniversary Memorial... Read more
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News.com.au
Your guide to what’s on in Adelaideenjoy music by members of the ASQ. A range of works will be performed including
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
enjoy music by members of the ASQ. A range of works will be performed including Dohnanyi’s Piano Quintet No. 1. Elder Hall, University of Adelaide, North Tce, city, 1.10pm. Cost: $12. Details: 8313 5286 Elvis 40th Anniversary Memorial... Read more
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Daily Mail
Chilesaurus may be missing link in dinosaur family treeDarren Naish, a palaeontologist at the University of Southampton. Lead author
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Darren Naish, a palaeontologist at the University of Southampton. Lead author Associate Professor Michael Lee, from the University of Adelaide, said: 'Birds evolved through a unique phase of sustained miniaturisation in dinosaurs.' 'Being... Read more
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6d
ABC Montana
Kubuqi Model lauded by International Community as one Chinese Experience to comprehensive desertification controlmanagement. These efforts will expand oases and happiness while reducing desert
ABC Montana / Posted 6 days ago
management. These efforts will expand oases and happiness while reducing desert and poverty. Prof. Victor Squire from the University of Adelaide, Australia, said the Kubuqi International Desert Forum had prompted people in all areas to think about... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Kubuqi Model lauded by International Community as one Chinese Experience to comprehensive desertification controlmanagement. These efforts will expand oases and happiness while reducing desert
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 6 days ago
management. These efforts will expand oases and happiness while reducing desert and poverty. Prof. Victor Squire from the University of Adelaide, Australia, said the Kubuqi International Desert Forum had prompted people in all areas to think about... Read more
6d
Business Standard India
USB devices can 'leak' information to hackersfingerprint readers which often send sensitive information to the computer," sa
Business Standard India / Posted 6 days ago
fingerprint readers which often send sensitive information to the computer," said Yuval Yarom, research associate at the University of Adelaide. "It has been thought that because that information is only sent along the direct communication path... Read more
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The St. Helena Star
Seiferheld, Evans plan fall weddingDavid majored in political science and drama as part of a bachelor’s degree pro
The St. Helena Star / Posted 6 days ago
David majored in political science and drama as part of a bachelor’s degree program at the University of Adelaide, then acted at the Center of the Performing Arts, also in Adelaide, graduating in 1997. Currently, he is the vice-president of business... Read more
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International Business Times
Hacked USB sticks can track everything you do on a computer A previous study revealed there's a 50-75% likelihood lost USBs were picked up
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
A previous study revealed there's a 50-75% likelihood lost USBs were picked up and used. Now, a new in-depth study by the University of Adelaide has shown just how much data a nefarious hacker could glean from your system if you fell for their... Read more
7d
News.com.au
Twins with nearly 200 years between them“ambushed” by police. Source: adelaidia.sa.gov.au/events/beef-riot22 of 68 Mem
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
“ambushed” by police. Source: adelaidia.sa.gov.au/events/beef-riot22 of 68 Members of the South Australian Museum and University of Adelaide head to Central Australia in the 1930s on an Aboriginal anthropological expedition.24 of 68 An aerial... Read more
7d
Mumbrella
ThinkTV study to reveal viewability's impact on salesresearch into the performance of TV advertising and led by Dr. Nelson-Field, Pr
Mumbrella / Posted 7 days ago
research into the performance of TV advertising and led by Dr. Nelson-Field, Professor of Media Innovation at the University of Adelaide. The laboratory’s two-year research program will help advertisers and media agencies get the best out... Read more
7d
B&T
Aussie-first Study To Change How Advertisers Think About Videothe performance of TV advertising and led by Dr Karen Nelson-Field (pictured ab
B&T / Posted 7 days ago
the performance of TV advertising and led by Dr Karen Nelson-Field (pictured above), Professor of Media Innovation at the University of Adelaide. The laboratory’s two-year research program will help advertisers and media agencies get the best out... Read more
9d
Perth Now
Vegemite vitamin claims ‘extraordinary’of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a “rare” group of malformations at birth called... Read more
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9d
The North West Star
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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9d
Daily Liberal
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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The Courier
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Parents to benefit from ‘fairer’ long service leave lawsable to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andr
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who is a professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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9d
Geelong Advertiser
Vegemite vitamin claims ‘extraordinary’of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 9 days ago
of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a “rare” group of malformations at birth called... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Vegemite vitamin claims ‘extraordinary’of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a “rare” group of malformations at birth called... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Vegemite vitamin claims ‘extraordinary’of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a “rare” group of malformations at birth called... Read more
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News.com.au
Vegemite vitamin claims ‘extraordinary’of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
of our country’s greatest”. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a “rare” group of malformations at birth called... Read more
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Canberra Times
Parents to benefit from long-awaited reforms to make long service leave 'fairer'be able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. A
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
be able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who's professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Wi-Fi of the brain and how we tune our radarwe convey respect, trust and enthusiasm it almost doesn’t matter what the infor
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
we convey respect, trust and enthusiasm it almost doesn’t matter what the information is, we foster alignment, patience and a willingness to work together. FIONA KERR IS INDUSTRY PROFESSOR, NEURAL AND SYSTEMS COMPLEXITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ADEL... Read more
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The Age
Parents to benefit from long-awaited reforms to make long service leave 'fairer'be able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. A
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
be able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who's professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Parents to benefit from long-awaited reforms to make long service leave 'fairer'be able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. A
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
be able to apply for leave after seven years of work, rather than ten years. Andrew Stewart, who's professor of law at the University of Adelaide, said the proposed changes were a "modest but useful set of reforms". "They plug the loopholes in the... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Vitamin B3 claims slammed by obstetriciansof our country's greatest'. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
of our country's greatest'. Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a 'rare' group of malformatoins at birth called... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Vitamin B3 claims slammed by obstetriciansof our country's greatest". Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
of our country's greatest". Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a "rare" group of malformatoins at birth called... Read more
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Herald Sun
Vitamin B3 claims slammed by obstetriciansof our country's greatest". Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
of our country's greatest". Professor Claire Roberts at the Robinson Research Institute and Adelaide Medical School at University of Adelaide says the authors have identified a genetic cause of a "rare" group of malformatoins at birth called... Read more
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News.com.au
Open homes: Our weekend property planner to suit any budget and lifestyleLocated only a short walk to the Parade’s ever-evolving cafe and boutique fashi
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
Located only a short walk to the Parade’s ever-evolving cafe and boutique fashion culture and a 30 minute walk to The University of Adelaide and the Zoo, this three bedroom home is all about location. There are three good sized bedrooms, high... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hacked USB sticks could transmit passwords, cyber experts sayaccess personal information through malicious USB sticks which then transmit th
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
access personal information through malicious USB sticks which then transmit that information remotely. Researchers at the University of Adelaide have found removable USB sticks that have been tampered with can detect signals from other devices... Read more
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