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The Courier
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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The Young Witness
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
The Young Witness / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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Western Advocate
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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Manning River Times
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Manning River Times / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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The North West Star
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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The Border Mail
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionThe national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
The Border Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
The national auditor wrote a damning report about how the government negotiated with the powerful Pharmacy Guild, but there has been little action. The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with... Read more
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The Age
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionSavings from the agreement were far lower than estimated. Photo: Louie Douvis
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
Savings from the agreement were far lower than estimated. Photo: Louie Douvis The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with community pharmacists resulted in administrative errors and failed to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little actionSavings from the agreement were far lower than estimated. Photo: Louie Douvis
Damning auditor's report over Pharmacy Guild agreement results in little action
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
Savings from the agreement were far lower than estimated. Photo: Louie Douvis The Department of Health has taken no action against staff whose negotiation of an agreement with community pharmacists resulted in administrative errors and failed to... Read more
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Medical News Today
Clot-busting nanocapsule could 'revolutionize stroke and heart attack treatment'A new study suggests that using nanocapsules to precisely target activated clot
Clot-busting nanocapsule could 'revolutionize stroke and heart attack treatment'
Medical News Today / Posted 4 hours ago
A new study suggests that using nanocapsules to precisely target activated clotting platelets with clot-busting drugs could revolutionize the treatment of stroke and heart attack. The researchers say their new targeted nanodrug could potentially be... Read more
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The Age
NAPLAN: Education chief warns students not improvingYear 6 students Holly, Nobel, Andrew and Joshua from Harrisfield Primary School
NAPLAN: Education chief warns students not improving
The Age / Posted 15 hours ago
Year 6 students Holly, Nobel, Andrew and Joshua from Harrisfield Primary School in Noble Park. The school has performed well in NAPLAN. Photo: Penny Stephens The literacy and numeracy skills of Australian students have stagnated since the... Read more
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The Courier
NAPLAN: Education chief warns students not improvingStudents have failed to significantly improve their literacy and numeracy score
NAPLAN: Education chief warns students not improving
The Courier / Posted 20 hours ago
Students have failed to significantly improve their literacy and numeracy scores in NAPLAN since the controversial tests were introduced in 2008, the head of the Australian Curriculum and Reporting Authority, Robert Randall, says. The literacy and... Read more
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The Border Mail
NAPLAN: Education chief warns students not improvingStudents have failed to significantly improve their literacy and numeracy score
NAPLAN: Education chief warns students not improving
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
Students have failed to significantly improve their literacy and numeracy scores in NAPLAN since the controversial tests were introduced in 2008, the head of the Australian Curriculum and Reporting Authority, Robert Randall, says. The literacy and... Read more
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PhysOrg
New clot-busting treatment targets number one killerNanotechnology developed to help treat heart attack and stroke. Australian rese
New clot-busting treatment targets number one killer
PhysOrg / Posted 23 hours ago
Nanotechnology developed to help treat heart attack and stroke. Australian researchers funded by the National Heart Foundation are a step closer to a safer and more effective way to treat heart attack and stroke via nanotechnology. The research... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Malaysia ranks 44th in higher education sector Ipoh: The malaysian higher education system has attained 44th position in the
Malaysia ranks 44th in higher education sector
Sabah Daily Express / Posted yesterday
Ipoh: The malaysian higher education system has attained 44th position in the universitas 21 (u21) ranking among 50 countries evaluated last year in terms of output, said Deputy Higher Education... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Five key moments from Garma Festival 2015Garma Festival 2015: Five key moments from Australia's premiere Indigenous fest
Five key moments from Garma Festival 2015
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Garma Festival 2015: Five key moments from Australia's premiere Indigenous festival Photo: A man dances at the Garma Festival in north-east Arnhem Land wearing a Sydney Swans stripe in support of Adam Goodes, on Friday July 31, 2015. (ABC News:... Read more
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The Age
Flash mob 'warriors' support Adam Goodes in fight against racismAboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland​ jokes that he usually only "d
Flash mob 'warriors' support Adam Goodes in fight against racism
The Age / Posted yesterday
Aboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland​ jokes that he usually only "dances on the inside", but when it comes to racism, it's no joke and he takes his choreography to Federation Square. Coinciding with Adam Goodes' return to training, Mr... Read more
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The Border Mail
Adam Goodes wins support of flash mob 'warriors' in Federation SquareAboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland jokes that he usually only "da
Adam Goodes wins support of flash mob 'warriors' in Federation Square
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Aboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland jokes that he usually only "dances on the inside" but when it comes to racism, it's no joke and he takes his choreography to Federation Square. Aboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland​ jokes... Read more
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The Courier
Adam Goodes wins support of flash mob 'warriors' in Federation SquareAboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland jokes that he usually only "da
Adam Goodes wins support of flash mob 'warriors' in Federation Square
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Aboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland jokes that he usually only "dances on the inside" but when it comes to racism, it's no joke and he takes his choreography to Federation Square. Aboriginal academic and artist Richard Frankland​ jokes... Read more
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The Star
Malaysia 44th in graduate output rankingIPOH: The Malaysian higher education system is 44th in the Universitas 21 (U21)
Malaysia 44th in graduate output ranking
The Star / Posted yesterday
IPOH: The Malaysian higher education system is 44th in the Universitas 21 (U21) ranking among 50 countries evaluated last year in terms of output, said Deputy Higher Education Minister Datuk Mary Yap. She said reports from employers on Malaysian... Read more
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PhysOrg
Archaeologists uncover entrance gate and fortification of Biblical cityThis is a view of the remains of the Iron Age city wall of Philistine Gath. Cre
Archaeologists uncover entrance gate and fortification of Biblical city
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
This is a view of the remains of the Iron Age city wall of Philistine Gath. Credit: Prof. Aren Maeir, Director, Ackerman Family Bar-Ilan University Expedition to Gath The Ackerman Family Bar-Ilan University Expedition to Gath, headed by Prof. Aren... Read more
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PhysOrg
Expedition to unravel coastal seafloor's ancient secretsThe JOIDES Resolution, one of the world’s largest research vessels will be trav
Expedition to unravel coastal seafloor's ancient secrets
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
The JOIDES Resolution, one of the world’s largest research vessels will be travelling up the NW coast, drilling cores at different latitudes to piece together a full record of ancient conditions. Credit: International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP)... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Legalising marijuana: How the US is changing its mindAMERICA is once again in the grip of Reefer Madness. This time though, it’s a
Legalising marijuana: How the US is changing its mind
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
AMERICA is once again in the grip of Reefer Madness. This time though, it’s a mad rush to make a dollar out of the burgeoning legal marijuana trade, which has gained strong momentum on the back of a wave of legislative change washing over what has... Read more
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News Mail
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers closer to understanding complicated brain chemistry behind Alzheimer's diseaseResearchers at the University of Melbourne have discovered that a protein invol
Researchers closer to understanding complicated brain chemistry behind Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
Researchers at the University of Melbourne have discovered that a protein involved in the progression of Alzheimer's disease also has properties that could be helpful for human health. The discovery helps researchers better understand the... Read more
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Daily Examiner
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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Northern Star
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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Queensland Times
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resistThe smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single
The unmaking of our working class and their right to resist
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
The smart backpacker chooses his travel reading carefully, preferably a single paperback equivalent in size to War and Peace. That's how in 1985 I ended up reading E.P. Thompson's The Making of the English Working Class by a pool at the University... Read more
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Weekly Times
Indigenous culture: to survive or not?DO Australians want indigenous cultures to survive, or not? THAT'S what the de
Indigenous culture: to survive or not?
Weekly Times / Posted 2 days ago
DO Australians want indigenous cultures to survive, or not? THAT'S what the debate around constitutional recognition comes down to, says Professor Marcia Langton. "Modern Australia should not have a constitutional power to wipe us off the face of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Indigenous culture: to survive or not?DO Australians want indigenous cultures to survive, or not? THAT'S what the de
Indigenous culture: to survive or not?
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
DO Australians want indigenous cultures to survive, or not? THAT'S what the debate around constitutional recognition comes down to, says Professor Marcia Langton. "Modern Australia should not have a constitutional power to wipe us off the face of... Read more
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The Courier
Strikers collect crucial victoryBallarat Eureka Strikers held their ground in the title race with a come-from-b
Strikers collect crucial victory
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Ballarat Eureka Strikers held their ground in the title race with a come-from-behind victory over Brighton on Sunday. Vanessa Yung. Picture: Bernie Curtain. BALLARAT Eureka Strikers held their ground in the title race with a come-from-behind... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Are staff working in detention centres protected by whistleblower laws if they speak out?Fact check: New legislation that makes speaking out about conditions in offsh
Are staff working in detention centres protected by whistleblower laws if they speak out?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Fact check: New legislation that makes speaking out about conditions in offshore detention facilities a crime has caused significant concern among the staff... Read more
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The Age
Metro seeks to lift numbers of female authorised officers on the rail networkMetro authorised officer Kavita Kamarinos. Photo: Eddie Jim Metro authorised o
Metro seeks to lift numbers of female authorised officers on the rail network
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Metro authorised officer Kavita Kamarinos. Photo: Eddie Jim Metro authorised officer Kavita Kamarinos doesn't fit the burly, trench-coated stereotype of her profession: she is diminutive, tertiary-educated (she has a Master's in economics from the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Metro seeks to lift numbers of female authorised officers on the rail networkMetro wants to improve the gender balance among authorised officers and better
Metro seeks to lift numbers of female authorised officers on the rail network
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Metro wants to improve the gender balance among authorised officers and better reflect its customer base, and society in general. Metro authorised officer Kavita Kamarinos doesn't fit the burly, trench-coated stereotype of her profession: she is... Read more
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The Courier
Metro seeks to lift numbers of female authorised officers on the rail networkMetro wants to improve the gender balance among authorised officers and better
Metro seeks to lift numbers of female authorised officers on the rail network
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
Metro wants to improve the gender balance among authorised officers and better reflect its customer base, and society in general. Metro authorised officer Kavita Kamarinos doesn't fit the burly, trench-coated stereotype of her profession: she is... Read more
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Herald Sun
Chadstone to become teddy bear hospital for the dayIF your teddy is sick and can’t bear it, take him into Chadstone today. The sh
Chadstone to become teddy bear hospital for the day
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
IF your teddy is sick and can’t bear it, take him into Chadstone today. The shopping centre is hosting a Teddy Bear Hospital, and there’ll be more than 400 student doctors, nurses, dentists, radiologists, physiotherapists and optometrists on site to... Read more
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express
Samuel Pisar. Death camp survivor. March 18, 1929 - July 27, 2015, age 86 Child of Holocaust’s prayer to the living... SAMUEL Pisar was a distinguishe
Samuel Pisar. Death camp survivor. March 18, 1929 - July 27, 2015, age 86
express / Posted 4 days ago
Child of Holocaust’s prayer to the living... SAMUEL Pisar was a distinguished lawyer but his greatest achievement was arguably his text for Leonard Bernstein’s Kaddish which... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Gumatj leader Galarrwuy Yunupingu awarded honorary doctorate at Garma FestivalGarma Festival 2015: Galarrwuy Yunupingu awarded honorary doctorate by Universi
Gumatj leader Galarrwuy Yunupingu awarded honorary doctorate at Garma Festival
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
Garma Festival 2015: Galarrwuy Yunupingu awarded honorary doctorate by University of Melbourne Gumatj leader Galarrwuy Yunupingu has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Melbourne at the 2015 Garma Festival. Dr Yunupingu, who is... Read more
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New Kerala
Protein implicated in Alzheimer's may have a brighter side Researchers have discovered that a protein involved in the progression of Alz
Protein implicated in Alzheimer's may have a brighter side
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
Researchers have discovered that a protein involved in the progression of Alzheimer's disease also has properties that could benefit human health. A shorter form of a protein called beta... Read more
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The Star
A man for all seasonsFrom this week, StarBizWeek will be starting a new feature looking at key corpo
A man for all seasons
The Star / Posted 4 days ago
From this week, StarBizWeek will be starting a new feature looking at key corporate personalities who have made the news. We kick off with Chan Guan Seng, a founding member and executive chairman of Apex Equity who announced this week his intention... Read more
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PhysOrg
Self-building 3D printed bricks hint at future without assembly linesAll 18 bricks assembled perfectly. Credit: Adar Hacohen. A new study has shown
Self-building 3D printed bricks hint at future without assembly lines
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
All 18 bricks assembled perfectly. Credit: Adar Hacohen. A new study has shown that high frequency vibrations can cause bricks to self-assemble into a larger 3D object, a finding that may one day help do away with the need for factory assembly... Read more
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The Courier
Strikers now set to pounceBallarat Eureka Strikers continue tilt at FFV women's state league one crown.
Strikers now set to pounce
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Ballarat Eureka Strikers continue tilt at FFV women's state league one crown. I'M BACK: Jordan Ivey will return from injury for the Ballarat Eureka Strikers' home clash with Brighton at 3pm this Sunday. The Ballarat girls are looking to continue an... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Expedition to look five million years into past to study climate change effectsExpedition to look five million years into the past to study future effects of
Expedition to look five million years into past to study climate change effects
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Expedition to look five million years into the past to study future effects of climate change An expedition to look five million years into the past in an attempt to predict the effects of climate change on our reefs and currents is about to set... Read more
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The Courier
Strikers set to pounce in race for league titleBallarat Eureka Strikers continue tilt at FFV women's state league one crown.
Strikers set to pounce in race for league title
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Ballarat Eureka Strikers continue tilt at FFV women's state league one crown. I'M BACK: Jordan Ivey will return from injury for the Ballarat Eureka Strikers' home clash with Brighton at 3pm this Sunday. The Ballarat girls are looking to continue an... Read more
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