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2015/05/22 08:26
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Federal Government funds project to arrest the decline of agricultural extension services As reports of further job cuts to New South Wales Local Land Services circulate, the Federal Government has...
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2015/05/22 06:19
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... will never appoint someone like me again," Sheila Jeffreys says. "Universities will never appoint someone like me again," Sheila Jeffreys says. The radical lesbian feminist, one of...
2015/05/22 03:55
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... open letter from Australian scientists to the world’s banks regarding investments in the Galilee Basin. We the undersigned call on banks and other financial institutions to desist from providing...
2015/05/22 01:55
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One of the most intriguing aspects of the budget announced last week by Treasurer Joe Hockey is the set of macroeconomic forecasts it is based on. Cherry-picking from the Budget papers, non-mining...
2015/05/21 23:11
2015/05/21 23:11
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UPGRADES to Boreham Park and Schuhkraft Hub, undertaken as part of the Active By Community Design (ABCD) project, have been recognised on a national stage. On Tuesday night the project was recognised...
2015/05/21 20:26
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AFL Draft Value Index introduces points system for draft picks The AFL will introduce the biggest change to its equalisation policy since the recent addition of two expansion clubs, remodelling the...
2015/05/21 15:35
2015/05/21 15:35
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Scientists are using a supercomputer to identify the nanostructure of cellulose to potentially pave the way for more disease-resistant crop varieties and increase the sustainability of the pulp, paper...
2015/05/21 07:08
2015/05/21 07:08
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Iron in the brain may play an important role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease, research has shown. The findings suggest that lowering iron levels, possibly with a drug, could delay...
2015/05/20 23:27
2015/05/20 23:27
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2015/05/20 10:55
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In 2013, an elderly man in China fell ill after catching a virus from a live chicken his wife had asked him to buy at a local market. He was patient zero in the first outbreak of a new strain of avian...
2015/05/20 07:26
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National Ice Taskforce hears anecdotal evidence linking methamphetamine use in Indigenous communities with arrival of fly-in, fly-out miners Photo: "I don't think we have data on the significance of...
2015/05/20 04:26
2015/05/20 04:26
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Iron in the brain boosts Alzheimer's risk Dementia clueHigh levels of iron in the brain indicates you are more likely to develop Alzheimer's, say researchers. The findings, published in in Nature...
2015/05/20 01:37
2015/05/20 01:37
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Melbourne seminar brings out the inner ‘entrepreneur’ in students Published: 20 May 2015 9:17 AM Thriving Talents operations director and lead trainer Mallory Loone (left) have participants up on...
2015/05/19 17:49
2015/05/19 17:49
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The Ernst and Young national headquarters at 5 Times Square in New York. That office audits both Verizon Communications and AOL. It’s well known that major banks and law firms provide advice to...
2015/05/19 10:29
2015/05/19 10:29
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In an attempt to make sense of beyond winning (and losing) elections in Ethiopia, in the last two pieces, Tsegaye R. Regassa of the University of Melbourne Law School embarked on the exploration of...
2015/05/19 03:29
2015/05/19 03:29
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IT has all the elements of a Hollywood thriller or an SVU episode: there’s murder; there’s mystery; and there’s plenty of history — but it’s a podcast, and the murder is real. Consider this a spoiler...
2015/05/19 03:26
2015/05/19 03:26
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Tasmania better off under carbon tax than renewable energy target, analyst says Tasmania would be better off under a carbon price than it would be under a revised renewable energy target (RET), a...
2015/05/18 21:45
2015/05/18 21:45
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The deadly outbreak of Ebola in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea that began last year highlighted a problem in the production of pharmaceuticals. Once it became clear that the epidemic would not be...
2015/05/18 14:12
2015/05/18 14:12
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BALLARAT Eureka Strikers secured another emphatic win in women’s state league one, this time over a hapless Cairnlea. BALLARAT Eureka Strikers secured another emphatic win in women’s state league...
2015/05/18 09:34
2015/05/18 09:34
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REUTERSFile photo: Some critics argue that developing such a vaccine will be more difficult than the researchers have suggested. London - A once-off flu jab that grants a lifetime of immunity to a...
2015/05/22 08:26
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