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2015/03/30 05:26
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... does this part of the brain do, again?” I asked, pointing to the electrode on my right temple. “That’s the right inferior frontal cortex,” said Vince Clark, the director of the University of...
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2015/03/30 01:55
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With 58% of the lower house vote counted at Saturday’s New South Wales state election, the ABC is currently projecting the Coalition to have won 52 of the 93 lower house seats. Labor is expected to...
2015/03/30 00:08
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Bloomberg Philanthropies, in partnership with the Australian government, is launching Data for Health, a $100 million initiative that will enable 20 low- and middle-income countries to vastly improve...
2015/03/29 14:57
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A PARTICULAR gonorrhoea test is being overused and leading to false positive results research in the Medical Journal of Australia has found. Researchers from the Melbourne Sexual Health Centre,...
2015/03/29 13:50
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I Quit Sugar author Sarah Wilson. Photo: Jamieson Murphy Nutrition advice has become a game of dietary ping pong, with one side telling us to cook with olive oil and another saying duck fat's a...
2015/03/29 08:05
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Illustration: Michael Mucci. Photo: Michael Mucci On a late March day in 2002, William Cotter arrived at his wife's house in Massachusetts like a man going to war. He had a sawn-off shotgun,...
2015/03/28 22:23
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THE NSW Electoral Commission (NSWEC) has hit back at claims the security of the iVote electronic voting system could be compromised. Earlier this week Dr Vanessa Teague and Dr J. Alex Halderman from...
2015/03/28 12:18
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IARC didn't say what amount of glyphosate is enough to pose a risk, but did say the amount the general population is exposed to is "generally low." 'The evidence appears a bit thin' Some scientists...
2015/03/28 06:12
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After dealing in Melbourne shops, offices, flats and mansions, the Minogue family have quietly invested in the unusual property class of storage units. After dealing in Melbourne shops, offices,...
2015/03/27 21:12
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The sound of Barry White's velvet voice is an aphrodisiac for swooners and the disco god's inclusion in a Melbourne arts project is making water and science sexy. You are right to say: "A dozen...
2015/03/27 14:55
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It is one word that has proved hard to define and impossible to deliver, but it has underpinned almost every substantial discussion about closing the gap on Indigenous disadvantage and achieving...
2015/03/27 14:12
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A FORMER St Patrick’s College student has been selected as a finalist at this year’s Gold Coast Film Festival’s SIPFest short-film competition. Film: A scene from The Vault. PICTURE: THOMAS...
2015/03/27 05:17
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OUTSIDE MALCOLM FRASER'S STATE SERVICE PEOPLE REMEMBERED HIM AS: "WHERE he did push ahead, he did so quite vigorously on multicultural and ethnic diversity for Australia. And to my way of thinking,...
2015/03/27 02:55
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Sydney Morning Herald literary editor Susan Wyndham discusses two anniversaries of note and festival events for readers. SPY MOVIE STILL COOL AT 50 It's 50 years since the release of the film based...
2015/03/27 00:55
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Australia's Vietnamese community have turned out to farewell their "father" Malcolm Fraser. General secretary of the Vietnamese community in Victoria Phong Nguyen said it was like losing their own...
2015/03/26 23:37
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A NEW agreement in South Australia has opened the door for the reduction and even removal of penalty rates in the retail sector. The new template enterprise agreement struck between Business SA and...
2015/03/25 19:57
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HIGH youth unemployment and a lack of activities could be feeding ice habits among rural and regional Australians, an expert has said, after a report reminding of the dangers of the drug. Yesterday...
2015/03/25 18:34
2015/03/25 18:34
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Representatives from 28 university Rural Health Clubs gathered in Melbourne recently for the annual council meeting of the National Rural Health Students’ Network. Their new Chair, David Khoo,...
2015/03/25 11:19
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A GRAPE grower was struggling to cope with his mother’s disappearance at the time he plotted to blow up a rival winery, a court heard yesterday. Steven Bergamin, 25, formerly of Cheshunt, plead... A...
2015/03/25 10:15
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Here are a few interesting reads that caught our eye from around the web. A cow in Texas gave birth to quadruplets The odds of a cow giving birth to four calves is about 1 in 11.2 million. The cow’s...
2015/03/30 05:26
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