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2015/04/24 18:13
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It’s one word, but there may not be a bigger fear out there for many of us for ourselves, for our parents, but technology used for expectant mothers is offering some pretty exciting hoiping in the...
2015/04/24 18:13
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2015/04/24 15:29
2015/04/24 15:29
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The turtles are the stars at Heron Island’s low-key eco-resort, writes Louise Southerden. RESORT REVIEW By Louise Southerden Highlight: Unchaperoned wildlife encounters, particularly with turtle...
2015/04/24 15:24
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Children who are more sensitive to other kids' feelings are more popular, research shows. If your child is having trouble making friends at school, try asking them to put themselves in someone else's...
2015/04/24 14:50
2015/04/24 14:50
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Out: Trainer Darren Smith has been disqualified for 15 years. Photo: Ryan Osland Racing Victoria come in for some harsh criticism of its handling of the current cobalt investigations. . The...
2015/04/24 10:27
2015/04/24 10:27
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He was "thick as thieves" with Harry Kewell and Lucas Neill, worked with former English Premier League club Blackburn Rovers and has been part of two Olympic Games teams. Now David Joyce is charged...
2015/04/24 08:27
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Police have issued a warning to Brisbane's university pranksters who used social media to challenge others to complete public dares. Police have issued a warning to Brisbane's university pranksters...
2015/04/24 07:08
2015/04/24 07:08
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In a clash between the cutting-edge and the ancient, Australian academics are using drones to track the footprints of dinosaurs in Western Australia. The University of Queensland team, led by...
2015/04/24 05:12
2015/04/24 05:12
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The powerful return of two long-silent novelists is celebrated in the shortlists for the NSW Premier's Literary Awards, announced on Friday. Among six finalists for the $40,000 Christina Stead Prize...
2015/04/24 05:03
2015/04/24 05:03
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But the ocean is a depreciating asset thanks to over-fishing, pollution and climate change. The World Wildlife Fund, with the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland and the Boston...
2015/04/24 02:26
2015/04/24 02:26
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Dead crocodiles fell victim to Cape York fisherman's gill net, tour guide says A far north Queensland tour guide says net fishing should be banned on the Wenlock River in Cape York following the...
2015/04/24 00:27
2015/04/24 00:27
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An international study on sleep and learning in flies has shown a good night’s sleep might be vital for retaining our capacity to learn and remember, with implications for the treatment of human...
2015/04/23 23:00
2015/04/23 23:00
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TENASITECH POISED FOR A CRACK AT THE GLOBAL MARKET Written on the 24 April 2015 by Karen Rickert AUSTRALIAN investors have shown interest in TenasiTech's nano-additive that is set to change the...
2015/04/23 22:26
2015/04/23 22:26
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Kimberley dinosaur footprints are causing a stir Woodside's proposed $30-billion gas plant on WA's north-west coast has been fiercely opposed by environmentalists and some Aboriginal groups. Now...
2015/04/23 08:27
2015/04/23 08:27
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Film critic David Stratton has been recruited to be the patron of a new Queensland Film Festival. Film critic David Stratton has been recruited to be the patron of a new Queensland Film...
2015/04/23 02:27
2015/04/23 02:27
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The Brisbane Broncos have an official university partner, The University of Queensland, under an arrangement announced today. UQ Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter Høj and Brisbane Broncos...
2015/04/23 02:16
2015/04/23 02:16
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In highly diluted quantities, Botox is able to temporarily paralyse muscles. Photo / 123RF Botox, or Botulinum neurotoxin type-A, is most commonly known for its cosmetic use as a smoother of...
2015/04/23 01:27
2015/04/23 01:27
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Women have an outdated idea of what men want in a potential partner – and they should feel more comfortable being themselves, according to University of Queensland research. Professor Matthew...
2015/04/23 00:27
2015/04/23 00:27
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Science’s brightest minds will gather at The University of Queensland on 24 April to lead the Science of Learning symposium, celebrating Nature Publishing Group’s (NPG) new open access research...
2015/04/22 23:27
2015/04/22 23:27
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Rapid treatment with a new anti-inflammatory could have a major impact on recovery from spinal cord injury, University of Queensland researchers have found. UQ School of Biomedical Sciences’ Dr Marc...
2015/04/22 16:17
2015/04/22 16:17
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DENVER (CBS4) – Do you believe in global climate change? It’s not always an easy topic to discuss. Some feel it’s happening, but can’t decide if it’s a natural cycle or caused by humans. Others...
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