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2015/04/18 09:27
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Ted Larkin was one of several luminaries from the world of sport to lose their lives on that fateful April day, writes Daniel Lane An Empire's message flashing o'er the seas The call to arms! The...
2015/04/18 09:27
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2015/04/18 00:15
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Building confidence is a journey, not a destination — just ask Tiger Woods. Confidence takes many forms, but in golf basically there are only two forms — true confidence and false confidence many...
2015/04/17 22:20
2015/04/17 22:20
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Museum Victoria is doing a special research project with UniMelb on uncovering some of the faces and names that have gone unrecognised for too long. Photo: Jason South It was blowing a gale in the...
2015/04/17 14:27
2015/04/17 14:27
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One week every year researchers chase the stuff of science fiction dreams. For the past six years, Australian researchers have had just one week every year to chase the stuff of science fiction...
2015/04/17 04:34
2015/04/17 04:34
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The first 1000 days is the name of a global movement that recognises the importance of the period between conception and a child’s 2nd birthday as a unique window of opportunity to shape healthier...
2015/04/17 00:00
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Game of Thrones returned to our screens on Monday, and faster than you could say Daenerys Targaryen, eager fans had either watched the first episode via their legitimate cable subscription, or taken...
2015/04/16 19:26
2015/04/16 19:26
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Australian universities embroiled in foreign student 'feeding frenzy' driven by corrupt middlemen By Linton Besser, Peter Cronau and Hagar Cohen Australian universities are paying more than an...
2015/04/16 11:50
2015/04/16 11:50
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There are more than 13,000 desal plants around the world, and one is planned for Victoria. But among the experts, the technology is far from universally embraced as the pragmatist's panacea. "To the...
2015/04/16 06:15
2015/04/16 06:15
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New theories propose a connection between toxin levels in our modern diet and obesity. Toxins are now a major contributor to, and in some cases the cause of, virtually all chronic diseases. That's...
2015/04/16 04:40
2015/04/16 04:40
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Study opens new possibilities for scientists to create genetic tests and future treatments for Exfoliation Syndrome Singapore — An international research collaboration led by Singaporean researchers...
2015/04/16 02:06
2015/04/16 02:06
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University of Adelaide researchers with combined expertise in engineering and plant biology have developed three new techniques for monitoring grape and vine performance, with others in the...
2015/04/15 20:11
2015/04/15 20:11
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FEWER support services combined with a close proximity to criminal organisations and backyard ice producers has led an expert to describe rural and regional areas as "high seas being...
2015/04/15 17:51
2015/04/15 17:51
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NHS-funded designer vagina operations have soared in the past decade Surgery to reduce the size of the inner lips of the vagina - known as the labia - has surged fivefold in the past 10 years, with...
2015/04/15 15:57
2015/04/15 15:57
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2015/04/15 14:57
2015/04/15 14:57
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Radically reducing or even banning cars in Melbourne's central business district would make our city more vibrant and attractive, improving the amenity of the place for the almost 850,000 citizens who...
2015/04/15 14:45
2015/04/15 14:45
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CEOs make a lot of money from incentive pay tied to stock performance. Although such schemes help align executives' interests with shareholders, they are not necessarily the best schemes as compared...
2015/04/15 12:27
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ZAHNE CASTLEY is a Mount Isa psychologist studying her Masters at the University of Melbourne. She is studying positive psychology – the science of human flourishing. She has the absolute luxury of...
2015/04/14 16:42
2015/04/14 16:42
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Previous work by the research team from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute in Melbourne, Australia, showed that the protein MOZ could relay external 'messages' to the developing embryo, revealing a...
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2015/04/14 15:21
2015/04/14 15:21
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Victoria's human rights and equal opportunity commissioner has named a group of men to advance women in the workplace. The head of the AFL, a former premier and senior corporate leaders are among 19...
2015/04/14 15:21
2015/04/14 15:21
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A doormat is set on fire in the middle of London's financial business district. But this crime is no human act. It is the work of a neighbouring skyscraper, which due an accidental quirk in its...
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