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2014/09/01 01:22
2014/09/01 01:22
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Fuel-reduction burning in catchment areas has less impact on water quantity and quality than previously thought and should be given a greater priority to limit the effect of major bushfires, says new...
2014/09/01 01:22
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2014/08/31 22:12
2014/08/31 22:12
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Alstom had lost its bid to build 25 Metro trains as part of a multibillion-dollar upgrade of the Dandenong rail corridor. Alstom had lost its bid to build 25 Metro trains as part of a...
2014/08/31 11:42
2014/08/31 11:42
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Few discussions surrounding the use of drugs in US horse racing arise without mention of the race-day medication Furosemide. An anti-bleeding medication, commonly called Lasix or Salix, it is arguably...
2014/08/30 18:23
2014/08/30 18:23
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St John's wort has a long history of medicinal use. While there's evidence for the efficacy of some supplements as potential treatments for depression, there's none for others, and some have been...
2014/08/29 09:52
2014/08/29 09:52
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The guidelines suggest that normal-weight women gain around 25 pounds during pregnancy, but that obese women limit their weight gain to between 11 and 20 pounds. For the new study, rather than giving...
2014/08/29 01:26
2014/08/29 01:26
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MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: The former Chief Justice of the Family Court, Alastair Nicholson, says he's horrified and disgusted by the Abbott Government's treatment of children in immigration detention. He...
2014/08/28 23:55
2014/08/28 23:55
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The Conversation The review of Australia’s Renewable Energy Target has recommended deep cuts to the scheme. If implemented by the government, the changes could mean closing off the scheme to new...
2014/08/28 15:47
2014/08/28 15:47
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AUSTRALIA DAY 2012 HONOURS LIST COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION The Honourable Justice Virginia Margaret BELL For eminent service to the judiciary and to the law through leadership in...
2014/08/28 01:26
2014/08/28 01:26
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Students rally in Melbourne to protest against Federal Government's planned university sector overhaul More than a thousand people turned out in Melbourne to protest against the Federal Government's...
2014/08/28 00:46
2014/08/28 00:46
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Purported Whiteley painting: Orange Lavender Bay. A Melbourne art expert has been charged by Victorian police after an investigation into suspected forged Brett Whiteley paintings. It is alleged in...
2014/08/28 00:27
2014/08/28 00:27
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The quest to better understand human biology at a minuscule level has led to the creation of a $26 million international research centre in Melbourne. The Australian Research Council Centre of...
2014/08/28 00:21
2014/08/28 00:21
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James Sivalingam Despite acing his A-levels, Jason Lee will not have the opportunity to receive an overseas JPA scholarship following the about-turn by the Education Ministry. After forking out...
2014/08/27 21:57
2014/08/27 21:57
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NORTHERN Rivers residents have welcomed suggestions a high speed rail link between Sydney, Brisbane, and Melbourne could include a stop at Lismore. However, the suggestion it could be in place by...
2014/08/27 18:44
2014/08/27 18:44
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As Australia’s top universities prepare for a possible windfall under changes proposed by the federal government, CSU fears it could spell disaster. WORRY: CSU is concerned by proposed federal...
2014/08/27 14:21
2014/08/27 14:21
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You don't have to be stick thin to be anorexic, warn experts: Fivefold increase in 'normal weight' teens being admitted to hospital with the eating disorder Australian experts note fivefold rise in...
2014/08/27 14:12
2014/08/27 14:12
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THE electorate of Ballarat covers about 4652 square kilometres, from Ballarat in the west to Bacchus Marsh in the east. THE electorate of Ballarat covers about 4652 square kilometres, from Ballarat...
2014/08/27 09:16
2014/08/27 09:16
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SCIENTISTS can be a practical bunch, they deal with facts, data, hard evidence. But even scientists can lose their s*** sometimes and now they are revealing how they really feel. Academics from...
2014/08/27 08:22
2014/08/27 08:22
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Lost in Lego: The women scientists are being used creatively by University of Glasgow academic Donna Yates, to document the frustrations of academic life. Science has new heroes. They may be small...
2014/08/27 07:18
2014/08/27 07:18
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Hit and miss: Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb has bemoaned the "low impact" of Australian scientific research. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen An estimated five million Wi-Fi devices are sold daily, but...
2014/08/27 02:28
2014/08/27 02:28
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In 2050 the global population aged over 60 will reach two billion, making this age group three times larger than it was in 2000. This is a challenge that is facing both mature and emerging economies....
2014/09/01 01:22
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