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2014/04/16 17:19
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Being the first generation within a family to enrol in higher education is an increasingly common experience. Paige Martin, 21, is from Brim, population 240, in north-west Victoria, somewhere on the...
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2014/04/16 10:35
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The Brady Bunch is an American sitcom featuring a large blended family which includes six children. Boys from larger families were found to be affected more than girls. London - Children from large...
2014/04/16 08:08
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Multifunctional microcapsules made from metals and tannic acid Microcapsules with a broad spectrum of applications in biomedicine, catalysis, and technology can be produced by using plant-derived,...
2014/04/15 01:29
2014/04/15 01:29
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Microsoft Australia managing director Pip Marlow has called on the government to urgently review its technology and innovation policies or risk losing $6 billion in gross domestic product. Marlow's...
2014/04/14 13:38
2014/04/14 13:38
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Iron supplements enhances women's exercise performance Washington, April 13 : A new study has shown that women who take iron supplements, experience a marked improvement in their exercise...
2014/04/14 13:12
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A VALUABLE collection of more than 4000 books on economics has been donated to Federation University Australia’s library. A VALUABLE collection of more than 4000 books on economics has been donated...
2014/04/14 05:59
2014/04/14 05:59
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A new three-year project aims to record the life stories of gay and lesbian Australians from all walks of life. The Past in the Present: Australian Lesbian and Gay Life Stories, a joint study by...
2014/04/14 02:26
2014/04/14 02:26
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Being overweight or obese is known to increase your risk of a range of serious diseases. Yet researchers are finding you're more likely to survive a chronic illness if you carry extra weight. Being...
2014/04/14 01:17
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CLARE McInnerney isn’t what most people would expect of an osteoporosis poster girl. For starters, she’s only 20 years old. But she has been unknowingly suffering, and researchers believe up to half...
2014/04/14 00:01
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What I'm Reading—Alex Lewis Alex Lewis April 14 The Romanian warlord, Wladislaus Dragwlya, aka Vlad the Impaler, reputedly turned back an Ottoman army by impaling twenty thousand of his own citizens...
2014/04/13 15:01
2014/04/13 15:01
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Australian ambiences. The word milieu might do almost as well; there is a convergence between the dictionary definitions of the two words. But I’ve chosen ambience not only because of its alliteration...
2014/04/13 09:20
2014/04/13 09:20
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Luxury: Hanging out at Melbourne's Pets Hotel, which offers accommodation for pooches. Photo: Angela Wylie Our dogs used to claim a patch of backyard dirt. These days, they own your doona. Dogs have...
2014/04/12 21:18
2014/04/12 21:18
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AS Cooktown assessed the damage left in the wake of Cyclone Ita on Saturday morning Cairns faced a different demon. For more than a week, the Far North Queensland city was left guessing which way the...
2014/04/12 17:56
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When Jen Kirkman was growing up, it was hard to plan for the future because there wasn't going to be one. The United States comedian was in town recently as a headliner at the Melbourne Comedy...
2014/04/12 00:46
2014/04/12 00:46
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David Jones proudly proclaims it stocks more than 1000 brands that customers ''know and love'' across fashion, beauty and home, but suppliers of branded goods will face a much tougher time as the...
2014/04/11 23:27
2014/04/11 23:27
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Single-decker v double-decker trains: Barry O'Farrell's claim doubtful Sydney's iconic "red rattler" trains were finally pensioned off more than 20 years ago, and ever since the city's passenger...
2014/04/11 11:18
2014/04/11 11:18
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STUDENTS will be able to use Aussie technology to rate the quality of their learning, under a new proposal. The technology, being tested at a handful of UK schools, records and analyses everything...
2014/04/11 07:17
2014/04/11 07:17
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THE monster cyclone Ita has rocked up late to the party, just as the music is about to be turned down. The giant Category 5 low-pressure system has turned up on Australia’s doorstep in mid-April,...
2014/04/11 01:24
2014/04/11 01:24
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Cyclone Ita now a Category 5 storm. Photo: NOAA, via Reuters Trees will start to topple, roofs will be sucked up and solar panels will start flying like Frisbees as severe tropical cyclone Ita makes...
2014/04/10 05:18
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... BZE) A joint report that took two years has found that a high-speed rail network connecting Australia's east coast from Brisbane to Melbourne could be completed in just 11 years. High-speed...
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