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WATCHING her dad battle cancer has inspired Hervey Bay's Natasha Riddell to give back by becoming a nurse. "My experience with cancer made me realise what I wanted to do with my life," she...
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2015/01/27 20:42
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The findings, published in the journal, Circulation, could have important implications for affected children, who are more likely to develop chronic kidney disease and high blood pressure as...
2015/01/27 19:24
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Where there's money to be made, the process is always at threat of being skewed. Photo: Jessica Shapiro Politicians should be banned from betting on elections, according to a Queensland academic, who...
2015/01/27 18:52
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Latest World Health Organization data show new cases of infection in West Africa's unprecedented Ebola epidemic dropping dramatically in Guinea, Sierra Leone and particularly in Liberia. Most experts...
2015/01/27 05:27
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The Supreme Court’s Justice Roslyn Atkinson, AO, is among University of Queensland alumni who received awards in the Australia Day 2015 Honours List. Justice Atkinson became an officer in the General...
2015/01/27 04:24
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The emotive language we use when talking about sharks is typically reserved for criminal behaviour, argues Adrian Peace. Similarly, when West Australian teenager Jay Muscat was killed by a shark on...
2015/01/27 00:27
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A Grade Point Average (GPA) is a summary statistic that represents a student’s average performance in their studies over a stated period of time, such as one semester. Being numerical, GPAs are often...
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If Queensland’s Liberal National Party reclaims government at this Saturday’s election, you can be sure the politicians will be quick to take the credit. But behind the scenes, much of the credit for...
2015/01/25 20:57
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GRAFTON is missing out on its share of $60 million a year. But the solution is in the hands of tourism organisations, a leading expert says. According to Destination NSW, domestic tourists spend...
2015/01/25 20:23
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SUPPORTING others in their pain, their life and their story. This simple but poignant idea is what Medal of the Order of Australia recipient Valerie Rose lives by. "Listening, listening, listening -...
2015/01/25 19:27
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Aurizon raises questions over government plan to use dredge spoil for Abbot Point rail embankments Aurizon raises questions over government plan to use dredge spoil for Abbot Point rail embankments....
2015/01/25 19:12
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INJURY took its toll on Morgan Riemer's body when she was on track to represent Australia in middle distance running (800m) and after fighting through pain she had to rethink on where she focussed her...
2015/01/24 17:12
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Scientists can predict when and how crocodiles move through river systems at different times of the year, saying this information should be used to educate the public on how to behave around waterways...
2015/01/24 03:23
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TOOWOOMBA is missing out on its share of $38m a year. But the solution is in the hands of tourism organisations, one of the state's leading experts on the subject says. According to Tourism and...
2015/01/23 20:17
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SLEEPLESS nights, long hours and large responsibilities are part of the package when it comes to working in the medical field, however some staff go above and beyond what is expected to provide the...
2015/01/23 13:56
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Book review: From Isaac Newton to the exploration of statistics, Frank O'Shea reviews four science books. Magnificent Principia Exploring Isaac Newton's Masterpiece Prometheus Books. It is a...
2015/01/23 12:39
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Like humans, fish recoil from pain. But the fish pain reflex mechanism operates quite differently to the way it works in humans, University of Queensland research shows. Professor Brian Key, from the...
2015/01/23 07:08
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The American Association of Immunologists (AAI) has selected Professor Jonathan Sprent FAA FRS, from Sydney's Garvan Institute of Medical Research, to be the 2015 recipient of the AAI Lifetime...
2015/01/23 02:23
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WHOEVER said "you can take the boy out of the city but not the city out of the boy" did not reckon with the University of Queensland's Rural Clinical School. Fourth-year medical student Ben Steiger...
2015/01/22 20:20
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JOHN Waters may have just moved to the Border, but he is far from a stranger. RIGHT: Murray Haar and John Waters are new interns at Albury Wodonga Health. Picture: JOHN RUSSELL JOHN Waters may have...
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