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The tales of hostages in the Lindt cafe are chilling. John O'Brien The first of the hostages to escape on Monday, 82-year-old John O'Brien crawled between an advertising placard and a wall, hiding...
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2014/12/20 03:48
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DUBBED the "Swiss Army knives of the digital age", they may one day make laptop computers redundant. Smartphones – mobile phones with features such as email, internet searches and a full keyboard –...
2014/12/19 23:27
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Monica Ng was bitten by the medical bug young – and it has stayed in her bloodstream ever since. University of Queensland School of Medicine valedictorian Ms Ng said she knew from the age of six that...
2014/12/19 12:26
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DAVID MARK: The National Gallery's facing more questions about how dozens of treasured artefacts found their way into Australia's premier art collection. It's hiring an independent auditor to trace...
2014/12/19 08:23
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It might not seem like news, but women exhibit considerably more empathy towards their partners than men do, according to a large-scale study at Griffith University and the University of Queensland in...
2014/12/19 04:27
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The sea of flowers and messages of condolence in Sydney’s Martin Place is reminiscent of public mourning in the Victorian era. At that time, it was common for over a thousand people to attend a public...
2014/12/19 03:55
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The conclusion earlier this week of another round of international climate change negotiations -- this year held in Lima -- marked the end of a highly-charged month of climate change politics in which...
2014/12/19 03:27
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A former University of Queensland neuroscientist accused of falsifying his research will return to court next year to face 17 fraud charges after having his bail extended on Friday morning. A former...
2014/12/19 02:27
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Dr Carly Fox realised a lifelong dream when she graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine in 2008. However, when her father was diagnosed with melanoma at the age of 46 and died within a year, her career...
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Brisbane business management student Natasha Shami credits last year’s University of Queensland OP Results Advice Night for her smooth transition from high school to a degree she loves. Natasha...
2014/12/19 01:27
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University of Queensland graduation ceremonies are well and truly underway. Here are a couple of snapshots from graduates celebrating at the St Lucia campus. View more photos sent in for the 2014...
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A love of adventure and an enthusiasm for new challenges has led to a diverse career and an honorary doctorate for University of Queensland graduate and General Electric executive Mark Hutchinson. Mr...
2014/12/19 01:27
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Veterinarians at the University of Queensland Equine Hospital have saved the life of a tiny pony that weighed in at a mere 10 kilograms. Miniature horse Philomena arrived at the hospital when she was...
2014/12/18 23:30
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Rolex Young Laureates for Enterprise 2014 Francesco Sauro, Arthur Zang, Hosam Zowawi, Olivier Nsengimana, Neeti Kailas A brilliant group of explorers and inven-tors, all 30 years of age and under,...
2014/12/18 22:46
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Photo: NBC NewsWire/Getty Images Marissa Mayer is in trouble. The multimillionaire former Google executive had hoped to be the captain to right the ship, à la Steve Jobs at Apple. But instead she...
2014/12/18 21:25
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Former Ferny Grove State High School captain Max Crane. Photo: Robert Shakespeare With the fun of schoolies' week over for the class of 2014, attention has turned to more serious matters, at least...
2014/12/18 19:08
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Researchers have discovered a link between ferrets and humans which could lead to improved therapies for a range of diseases Research that provides a new understanding as to why ferrets are similar...
2014/12/18 12:38
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Eating at least two pieces of fruit like apples daily helps in preventing depression, especially in middle-aged women, according to a study published Thursday by Australian scientists. The study, in...
2014/12/18 04:27
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All first year students at the University of Technology Sydney could soon be required to take a compulsory maths course in an attempt to give them some numerical thinking skills. The new course would...
2014/12/18 02:27
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University of Queensland student Zoe Brereton was in the thick of studying for law exams when she learned she had been selected as Australia’s New Colombo Plan Fellow to India. The Bachelor of...
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