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2014/10/21 00:23
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STARTING up a not-for-profit club is something people can consider. You have a concern, or an interest, that's shared more widely than just you as an individual. You want to do something, or promote...
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2014/10/20 20:23
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EIGHTEEN-year-old Nikki Hoffmann can lay claim to the best campdraft average score in the nation. She has ridden the mare Laroona Sabrano twice for an 88 in an equal third place in a ladies campdraft...
2014/10/20 14:33
2014/10/20 14:33
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ADHD is different for women When you live in total squalor—cookies in your pants drawer, pants in your cookies drawer, and nickels, dresses, old New Yorkers, and apple seeds in your bed—it’s hard to...
2014/10/20 07:20
2014/10/20 07:20
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Melting moments: University campaigns against fossil fuel holdings are not about to go away. Photo: Steve Weston Pressure for the nation's leading universities to join the Australian National...
2014/10/20 04:27
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University of Queensland researchers will play a key role in a new $39 million research centre working to unravel the secrets of the immune system. The Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of...
2014/10/20 01:55
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Extrapolating the past and present in to the future is risky business. Hopefully, Rhodes scholar Tony Abbott knows this. Critics of his “coal has a big future as well as a big past” statement don’t...
2014/10/20 01:27
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Fruit and vegetables have been identified as a vital key to mental well-being. A University of Queensland study suggests eating eight or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day not only leads to...
2014/10/19 23:50
2014/10/19 23:50
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In the running: Man Booker winner Richard Flanagan has been nominated for a Prime Minister's Literary Award. Photo: Getty Images After months of anxiety about the fate of the Prime Minister's...
2014/10/19 21:18
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CUTTING jobs in Central Queensland mines is not the answer to making them more profitable one mining expert says. Ernst and Young global mining and advisory leader Paul Mitchell said coal mines in...
2014/10/19 14:55
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Is Groupon Australia acting in the interests of its own body corporate in Australia? When you buy an internet coupon deal from Groupon Australia you are likely to find the receipt says Groupon...
2014/10/18 23:37
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The health benefits of seafood are clear: fish protein is low in saturated fats and high in nutrients and essential fatty acids as well as being rich in calcium, zinc and selenium. In the UK there...
2014/10/18 04:26
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Queensland bees take part in kamikaze death match for hive supremacy, study finds Photo: The study found the bees fight to the death, in wars sparked by prime real estate. (Supplied: Dr Paul...
2014/10/18 00:12
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Sweets are our first discretionary purchase, and are important enough for a PhD thesis. In the 1950s at the Saturday arvo flicks, kids couldn't wait for the movie's mushy bits. Just as the music...
2014/10/17 15:36
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New research led by the University of Exeter has found that species that live in and erode coral reefs will play a major role in determining the future of reefs. The research, which is published in...
2014/10/17 14:13
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... -- A team of scientists has just finished what might literally be described as one of the most breathtaking jobs in the world -- surveying and mapping the coral reefs in Southeast Asia's Coral...
2014/10/17 07:27
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Australia’s first Centre of Research Excellence in Chronic Kidney Disease will be established at The University of Queensland with a $2.5 million grant announced today. The grant featured in today’s...
2014/10/17 03:27
2014/10/17 03:27
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An industry-backed centre dedicated to creating healthier food choices for Australian and Asian consumers opened at UQ this week. Funded by the Australian Research Council, the ‘Industrial...
2014/10/16 23:27
2014/10/16 23:27
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The seemingly-miraculous power of babies’ hearts to repair themselves after being injured has spurred a University of Queensland research team to investigate if this ability can be harnessed for new...
2014/10/16 23:17
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The 1952 unsolved murder of Betty Shanks in Brisbane sparks battle between publishers of rival books The murder of Betty Shanks, 23, in the Brisbane suburb of Grange is still a mystery. Source: News...
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...
2014/10/21 00:23
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