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2014/07/31 07:42
2014/07/31 07:42
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A former AFL marketing manager has criticised the league for its experimentation in recent seasons. A former AFL marketing manager has criticised the league for its experimentation in recent...
2014/07/31 07:42
2014/07/31 07:42
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2014/07/30 23:29
2014/07/30 23:29
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IT’S deadly, it’s on the loose, and Australian health authorities are concerned the frightening disease ebola could be headed our way. Customs and border security around the nation have been placed...
2014/07/30 17:19
2014/07/30 17:19
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Tomorrow, it's all over at Alcoa. The last shipment of alumina unloaded from the pier, the fires extinguished in the furnace, smelting pots shut down and no more jobs for life. Michael Green reports...
2014/07/30 15:16
2014/07/30 15:16
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Though they might not do much for employee morale, narcissistic CEOs can do wonders for companies' bottom lines, new research finds. Narcissism, considered by many to be a negative personality trait...
2014/07/30 11:55
2014/07/30 11:55
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So many Australians deal with the consequences of poor urban planning every day of their lives: traffic congestion, noise and air pollution, inadequate public transport networks, urban sprawl, lack of...
2014/07/30 04:05
2014/07/30 04:05
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A NEW funding system for WA schools was necessary but the expert who reviewed the system says more money needs to be put in. WA’s new education funding model has been endorsed by the expert who...
2014/07/29 04:34
2014/07/29 04:34
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IT’S AN image that comes with a warning that is both ominous and enticing: 98 per cent of people cannot view this for more than 15 seconds. So, what do you do? Click on it, of course. WARNING:...
Read more at Adelaide Now, Herald Sun
2014/07/29 03:00
2014/07/29 03:00
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But within technical jobs at the social media giant only one in ten of employees are women, she also revealed. Lately everyone seems to be talking about attracting women to ICT. Last year, Stanford...
2014/07/29 00:20
2014/07/29 00:20
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Melbourne Festival 2014 promo A techno DJ performing with a symphony orchestra; a choir of Slovenian schoolgirls singing as part of an epic theatre performance; a chamber orchestra interacting with...
Read more at The Age, The Age
2014/07/28 23:06
2014/07/28 23:06
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Hiroko Yano, who’s worked 20 years at the same company, was recently told she could become a manager. The mother of three, who puts in an average of two hours overtime a day, rejected the idea, saying...
2014/07/28 21:44
2014/07/28 21:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region today. This morning's photo was taken by Jason Baldwin. It is part of a series of photos he shot around Bathurst at night. If you...
2014/07/28 18:16
2014/07/28 18:16
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One of Australia's most respected workplace economists says there is no evidence that ''work for the dole'' schemes actually work, accusing the federal government of expanding the program for...
2014/07/28 15:05
2014/07/28 15:05
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NEW research shows babies born four to eight weeks early have smaller and less mature brains than infants born on time. The team of Melbourne doctors and researchers, who made the discovery by...
2014/07/28 12:44
2014/07/28 12:44
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Sizeable salamander Species: Hellbender salamander (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) Genome size: 55 billion base pairs The largest salamanders are only a few feet long, but their genomes, which range...
2014/07/28 08:26
2014/07/28 08:26
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As transgender rights gain acceptance, radical-feminist views have been shunned.Credit Illustration by Alex Williamson. On May 24th, a few dozen people gathered in a conference room at the Central...
2014/07/28 01:45
2014/07/28 01:45
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The ACC platform, powered by Cisco’s Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS), is a pay-as-you-use consumption based service which will integrate with the University of Melbourne’s existing unified...
2014/07/27 22:00
2014/07/27 22:00
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Over the last half century, the global food industry has profoundly changed the way we eat. While we understand how these dietary changes have impacted physical health, their effect on mental...
2014/07/27 14:29
2014/07/27 14:29
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THE top 1 per cent of Australian earners took home an average salary of $400,000 a year, latest research shows. More than 180,000 people were included in the coveted group, which now requires an...
Read more at Herald Sun, The Age
2014/07/27 09:34
2014/07/27 09:34
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Matthew Giles reports: One of the concepts that will endure beyond the bounds of the 2014 National Suicide Prevention Conference is the value of learning from the lived experience of...
2014/07/27 08:20
2014/07/27 08:20
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Tony Albert wins 2014 Basil Sellers Art Prize Suffering for your art is one thing, suffering for someone else's is a whole new level – particularly when it involves a boxing ring. Just ask Luke...
2014/07/31 07:42
2014/07/31 07:42
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