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Canberra Times
Light rail consortium would have $179 million debt by election: Treasurydepending on the difference of the interest rate at the time of breaking the co
Light rail consortium would have $179 million debt by election: Treasury
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
depending on the difference of the interest rate at the time of breaking the contract to that at financial close in May. University of Canberra infrastructure financing expert Professor Cameron Gordon said that "termination for convenience"... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia's youngest judo Olympian Josh Katz among UC athletes taking on Riowhen he represents Australia in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, along with 13 other
Australia's youngest judo Olympian Josh Katz among UC athletes taking on Rio
Canberra Times / Posted 11 hours ago
when he represents Australia in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, along with 13 other students, graduates and staff from the University of Canberra. Josh Katz said he wants to show people his place in the Olympics is "no accident". Photo: Air... Read more
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Canberra Times
People plus technology puts a brave new Canberra within reach200 million euros in private investment and created 90,000 jobs. Professor Jos
People plus technology puts a brave new Canberra within reach
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
200 million euros in private investment and created 90,000 jobs. Professor Josep Pique will give a public lecture at the University of Canberra about urban regeneration. Photo: Rohan Thomson "You never arrive late if you start to run now," he... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why are some Canberrans shunning supermarkets?How our food is grown and by whom could affect our emotions and the meaning we
Why are some Canberrans shunning supermarkets?
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
How our food is grown and by whom could affect our emotions and the meaning we take from food, new research from the University of Canberra has found. Assistant professor in nutrition and dietetics at UC, Gabrielle O'Kane, has revealed that food... Read more
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Philly.com
Anthony Renzi III, sales managerof Hartford. During his studies at USC, his father said, Mr. Renzi spent six m
Anthony Renzi III, sales manager
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
of Hartford. During his studies at USC, his father said, Mr. Renzi spent six months studying English literature at the University of Canberra in Australia. And after graduation, his father said, Mr. Renzi spent two years teaching English in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Second round of TEDxCanberra speakers and performances for 2016 announcedyear's ACT nominee for Australian of the Year will feature as speakers. Ms Tea
Second round of TEDxCanberra speakers and performances for 2016 announced
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
year's ACT nominee for Australian of the Year will feature as speakers. Ms Teasdale, neuroscientist and PhD student at the University of Canberra, will be providing an insight into the use of non-invasive brain stimulation in an effort to combat... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra United's Grace Gill says all sports need to be 'mindful' of women's AFL threatsoccer in recent years as she tries to put niggling ankle injuries behind her.
Canberra United's Grace Gill says all sports need to be 'mindful' of women's AFL threat
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
soccer in recent years as she tries to put niggling ankle injuries behind her. Speaking at the announcement on Monday that University of Canberra had signed on as United's jersey sponsor for another two years, Gill was confident United could go a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tasmanian devils' tumour woes worse than thoughtvery end of her talk. And matters got off to an anxious start. Dr Janine Deaki
Tasmanian devils' tumour woes worse than thought
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
very end of her talk. And matters got off to an anxious start. Dr Janine Deakin, Associate Professor of Genetics at the University of Canberra told her audience at the ANU's Research School of Biology that of course one would have to have been... Read more
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Rappler
Philippines' war vs drugs: It has been bloodythe next six years do not have to end this way. – Rappler.com Nicole Curato is
Philippines' war vs drugs: It has been bloody
Rappler / Posted 4 days ago
the next six years do not have to end this way. – Rappler.com Nicole Curato is a sociologist. She is a research fellow at the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra. Follow her on Twitter @NicoleC... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Food system needs to change to remain viable, experts sayabout how to grow food, and having a greater connection to your food can be a r
Food system needs to change to remain viable, experts say
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
about how to grow food, and having a greater connection to your food can be a really good strategy. Dr Gabrielle O'Kane, University of Canberra "If you have a lot of money you can still afford food," he said. "You may find yourself eating less... Read more
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Canberra Times
ACT is Australia's third best performing economyinfrastructure projects to create more jobs in our city. This includes stage on
ACT is Australia's third best performing economy
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
infrastructure projects to create more jobs in our city. This includes stage one of the city-wide light rail network, the University of Canberra public hospital and major road upgrades right across the city." Commsec chief economist Craig James... Read more
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Canberra Times
U-21 Rower Tyron Boorman has helped lead the U-21 Australian team to a first leg victory in the trans-Tasman competitionrower Tyron Boorman has helped lead the Australian team to a first-leg victory
U-21 Rower Tyron Boorman has helped lead the U-21 Australian team to a first leg victory in the trans-Tasman competition
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
rower Tyron Boorman has helped lead the Australian team to a first-leg victory in the trans-Tasman competition. The University of Canberra student was successful in the singles sculls, the Australian Quad and the Australian Eight, with the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Raising happy children doesn't have to break the bankA few years ago, the University of Canberra estimated that it cost an average-e
Raising happy children doesn't have to break the bank
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
A few years ago, the University of Canberra estimated that it cost an average-earning household $812,000 to raise two kids from birth to leaving home; for a higher income family, the estimate was $1.09 million while a lower income family would spend... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Time to come together on same sex marriage plebisciterecognition that a plebiscite is not the preferable option for changing the mar
Time to come together on same sex marriage plebiscite
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
recognition that a plebiscite is not the preferable option for changing the marriage law. But when it is the only realistic one, it should be made to work - as soon as possible. Michelle Grattan is professorial fellow at the University of Canb... Read more
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Canberra Times
New walk-in centres promised for Weston Creek and Gungahlininvested $1.6 billion this year on health services in the ACT and was spending
New walk-in centres promised for Weston Creek and Gungahlin
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
invested $1.6 billion this year on health services in the ACT and was spending $212 million on a teaching hospital at the University of Canberra and $139 million on more nurses and doctors. "While Liberal Governments have been ripping millions of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tyler Cowen: Bad moods are the other global migration problemat an annual rate of slightly over 3 per cent. Yet political dissatisfaction r
Tyler Cowen: Bad moods are the other global migration problem
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
at an annual rate of slightly over 3 per cent. Yet political dissatisfaction runs rampant. A recent survey from the University of Canberra and the Museum of Australian Democracy estimated that public satisfaction with Australian democracy... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mumsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mums
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mumsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mums
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
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The Young Witness
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mumsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mums
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
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Western Advocate
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mumsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mums
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
5 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mumsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Publicly-funded home birth trial for Canberra mums
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra's power couples - the cream of the croppower, so it is often difficult to compare," he said. Couples were given an op
Canberra's power couples - the cream of the crop
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
power, so it is often difficult to compare," he said. Couples were given an opportunity to comment. 10. Stephen Parker, University of Canberra vice-chancellor, and Associate Professor Rhian Parker, from UC’s faculty of health. The University of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
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The Young Witness
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
The Young Witness / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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Western Advocate
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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Manning River Times
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Manning River Times / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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The North West Star
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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The Border Mail
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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The Courier
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
20 related stories
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Canberra Times
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home birthsFerguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assist
Canberra to trial publicly-funded home births
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
Ferguson, from The Publicly Funded Birth at Home ACT action group and an assistant professor in midwifery at the University of Canberra, welcomed the trial. "It offers women another service," she said. "It's a great way to have a baby... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
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The Young Witness
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
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Canberra Times
Woodlands defenders welcome 'inadequate' nature reserve in Watsonproposed adding 19 hectares to the existing Pinnacle Nature Reserve in Belconne
Woodlands defenders welcome 'inadequate' nature reserve in Watson
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
proposed adding 19 hectares to the existing Pinnacle Nature Reserve in Belconnen, offsetting the development impact of the University of Canberra Public Hospital. The park is named after the late NSW Court of Appeal judge who headed two landmark... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
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Western Advocate
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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Manning River Times
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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The North West Star
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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The Border Mail
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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The Courier
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epiduralstrial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examine
Canberra review of birth trial that slashes caesars and epidurals
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
trial that led to fewer caesarean and epidural-assisted births would be examined in an ACT review of antenatal education. University of Canberra professor of midwifery Deborah Davis said caesarean rates were too high across Australia and education... Read more
20 related stories
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Canberra Times
ACT Brumbies face nervous wait to see if major sponsor Aquis will pull pindown] because I believed that we needed unity and stability and to professional
ACT Brumbies face nervous wait to see if major sponsor Aquis will pull pin
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
down] because I believed that we needed unity and stability and to professionalise the board. "The breakdown [with the University of Canberra] is in our past and there are some minor issues with our long-term alliance with UC, but I'm confident... Read more
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Canberra Times
New bike rack winners unveil designs set to brighten Canberramy school which is awesome," he said. Other winners were sculptor Janete Long,
New bike rack winners unveil designs set to brighten Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
my school which is awesome," he said. Other winners were sculptor Janete Long, who designed the circular bike rack, and University of Canberra design student Grace Maguire who teamed up with her blacksmith brother Will Maguire to make the Penny... Read more
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Canberra Times
When I was on the front page: Julie Maynard and Frances BodelScience Forum, as the communications manager. She also studies a bachelor of co
When I was on the front page: Julie Maynard and Frances Bodel
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
Science Forum, as the communications manager. She also studies a bachelor of communications in public relations at the University of Canberra. There was a sense of life is too short not to live it authentically. "You get to a certain point in... Read more
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Perth Now
Bizarre product of high-speed raila capital city in less time than a morning commute. It almost sounds too good
Bizarre product of high-speed rail
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
a capital city in less time than a morning commute. It almost sounds too good to be true and as Dr Michael de Percy of the University of Canberra has noted, “the devil is in the detail”. While details are still scarce, Dr de Percy has welcomed the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bizarre product of high-speed raila capital city in less time than a morning commute. It almost sounds too good
Bizarre product of high-speed rail
The Courier Mail / Posted 15 days ago
a capital city in less time than a morning commute. It almost sounds too good to be true and as Dr Michael de Percy of the University of Canberra has noted, “the devil is in the detail”. While details are still scarce, Dr de Percy has welcomed the... Read more
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