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The writing’s on the wall — the need to save for a comfortable retirement is more pressing than ever with life expectancies steadily increasing. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) said a male...
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2014/10/20 03:05
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KOURTNEY Hart is a businesswoman. Organised and adept at managing her clients, monitoring her website and advertising presence and balancing her accounts, it just so happens that Hart’s business for...
2014/10/20 02:29
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VICTORIA’s more than 82,000 VCE students officially hit the books for swot vac this week in the final countdown before exams. Some 82,944 students will sit at least one exam and while oral language,...
2014/10/20 02:24
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Teaching Graduate Ashleigh Garven of Wallsend is one of thousands of people who can't get a full time job teaching. Photo: Dean Osland Most weeks, Ashleigh Garven asks herself whether she took the...
2014/10/20 00:19
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Investment banker Kyle Zandipour has appeared in court charged with the murder of 21-year-old university student Joshua Hardy. Bank worker Kyle Zandipour has appeared in court charged with the murder...
2014/10/19 07:17
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Young Darwin man killed in brutal bashing outside Melbourne McDonalds Darwin man Joshua Hardy, 21, was killed in a brutal unprovoked street bashing outside a fast food restaurant in Melbourne Source:...
2014/10/19 01:02
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Stopping a tsunami - world first effort to prevent dementia in high-risk people15 October 2014 Dementia will soon engulf more than 100 million people across the globe, but an international research...
2014/10/18 01:20
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Artist's impression of Philip Cox's 1988 Venice Biennale Australia Pavilion reconstructed at Ronnie Di Stasio's Coldstream property. As building progresses on Australia's new Venice Biennale...
2014/10/18 00:04
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KOURTNEY Hart is a businesswoman. Organised and adept at managing her clients, monitoring her website and advertising presence and balancing her accounts, it just so happens that Hart’s business for...
2014/10/17 14:55
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The adopted Sydneysider's many roles have made Tony Shepherd a go-to man for government and business. "I was a socialist then!" says Tony Shepherd, eyes alight, leaning forward in his chair and...
2014/10/17 13:56
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SINGAPORE: A common bacterium could prove to be the key for an effective biological control method in Singapore's fight against dengue. In a press release issued by the National Environment Agency...
2014/10/17 13:55
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Behind Mark Scott's accountant appearance is a man with a healthy dose of ego. Mark Scott is no rabble rouser. Past profiles of the ABC managing director have described him as "vanilla", "cautious",...
2014/10/17 12:50
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This week's storm as it rolled in over Camden, NSW. Photo: Neil Loomes Still getting over this week's monster storm that struck Sydney? If so, you may be comforted to know that climate scientists...
2014/10/17 12:31
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Health experts have been warning for years that crash weight-loss diets, often arriving in the form of a fad diet, do not lead to permanent weight loss and can in fact cause a person to regain weight...
2014/10/17 10:26
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Scientists study Gippsland earthquake hotspot Scientists in Victoria are attempting to learn more about the increase in the number of earthquakes in the Gippsland region. Seismologists are...
2014/10/17 09:50
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Above: Self-portrait With a zest of irony and a pulse on the cultural zeitgeist, Robert Mapplethorpe’s retrospective 1989 exhibition — aptly titled The Perfect Moment — was a rejection of the...
2014/10/16 20:57
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IT would be a bit of a shame if our Prime Minister's threat to shirt-front Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 overshadowed the real reason they're all in our part of the world. Or would...
2014/10/16 20:26
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New MRI machine in Victoria may help unravel mysteries of stroke Scientists believe a next-generation MRI machine will open a new window to the brain in order to help unravel the mystery of...
2014/10/16 20:05
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Lockheed Martin Corp says it has made a technological breakthrough in developing a power source based on nuclear fusion, but an Australian expert has questioned whether it can compete with other types...
2014/10/16 13:42
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The study looked at larvae of the iconic Australian steel-blue sawfly Perga affinis often known as 'spitfires'. Sawfly larvae can grow to 7cm long and forage nocturnally in Australian Eucalyptus...
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