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WA Today
WA government hatches plan for stricter welfare standards for egg producersconsistent legislation nationwide. Currently, there is no official standard fo
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
consistent legislation nationwide. Currently, there is no official standard for Australian free-range eggs apart from CSIRO recommendations.Free range egg loopholes 'wide enough to drive truck through': RSPCA Just last year, one of WA's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Kangaroo conundrum: When to cull for conservation?kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria towards Melbourne in the early 1880s. A CSIRO study in 2014 found eastern grey kangaroo densities in the ACT had "substantially increased" since the 1960s, although... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Admitting errors a necessary step to saving livessystem is that it is located in one place and an upgrade of the grid is necessa
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
system is that it is located in one place and an upgrade of the grid is necessary at the cost of billions of dollars. The CSIRO mentioned there were hundreds of sites spread around the nation that could be used for pumped hydro that could be built... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Admitting errors a necessary step to saving livessystem is that it is located in one place and an upgrade of the grid is necessa
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
system is that it is located in one place and an upgrade of the grid is necessary at the cost of billions of dollars. The CSIRO mentioned there were hundreds of sites spread around the nation that could be used for pumped hydro that could be built... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Admitting errors a necessary step to saving livessystem is that it is located in one place and an upgrade of the grid is necessa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
system is that it is located in one place and an upgrade of the grid is necessary at the cost of billions of dollars. The CSIRO mentioned there were hundreds of sites spread around the nation that could be used for pumped hydro that could be built... Read more
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Western Advocate
Kangaroo conundrum: When to cull for conservation?kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria towards Melbourne in the early 1880s. A CSIRO study in 2014 found eastern grey kangaroo densities in the ACT had "substantially increased" since the 1960s, although... Read more
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The Age
Kangaroo conundrum: When to cull for conservation?kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria
The Age / Posted yesterday
kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria towards Melbourne in the early 1880s. A CSIRO study in 2014 found eastern grey kangaroo densities in the ACT had "substantially increased" since the 1960s, although... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Kangaroo conundrum: When to cull for conservation?kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria towards Melbourne in the early 1880s. A CSIRO study in 2014 found eastern grey kangaroo densities in the ACT had "substantially increased" since the 1960s, although... Read more
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WA Today
Kangaroo conundrum: When to cull for conservation?kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria
WA Today / Posted yesterday
kangaroo when he trudged 2700 kilometres overland from the Gulf of Carpentaria towards Melbourne in the early 1880s. A CSIRO study in 2014 found eastern grey kangaroo densities in the ACT had "substantially increased" since the 1960s, although... Read more
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CNET
Australian government sinks AU$60 million into Great Barrier Reeffrom three to eight. Of the remaining money, AU$6 million will go to the Austr
CNET / Posted yesterday
from three to eight. Of the remaining money, AU$6 million will go to the Australian Institute of Marine Science and CSIRO, who will devise research programs that look into ways to make coral more resilient. Then, AU$4.9 million will be used... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Engineering skills boost plant breedingRuz who worked in University of Cordoba in Spain moved to Australia with her hu
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Ruz who worked in University of Cordoba in Spain moved to Australia with her husband Dr Carlos Trapero who works with the CSIRO as a cotton researcher. The heat tolerance trial is a great opportunity to put her engineering skills to the test... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'We have to find them': Families of missing MH370 passengers relieved search is resumingin the southern Indian Ocean was suspended early last year, but now the search
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
in the southern Indian Ocean was suspended early last year, but now the search is set to resume, based on new research by CSIRO oceanographer Dr David Griffin. Ms Nathan has mixed emotions about what might be revealed in the coming weeks or... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Mordor under the sea’ found off Aussie coastfrom the University of Adelaide, University of Aberdeen and Commonwealth Scient
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
from the University of Adelaide, University of Aberdeen and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) gave used 3D seismic reflection data to map the “Tolkienesque” cluster of underwater volcanoes. The cutting-edge... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Prime Minister shuts down Reef ‘doomsayers’profile is reducing, both absolutely and of course by head of population ... it
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
profile is reducing, both absolutely and of course by head of population ... it’s come down dramatically,” he said. CSIRO Executive Director Dr Peter Mayfield said the new funding would be used to safeguard the Reef as ocean temperatures... Read more
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Herald Sun
Key MH370 theory dismissedafter receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
after receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken out after an Australian oceanographer at the CSIRO suggested a new search area for MH370, where the Ocean Infinity search vessel will focus its efforts. Malaysia’s... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Key MH370 theory dismissedafter receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
after receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken out after an Australian oceanographer at the CSIRO suggested a new search area for MH370, where the Ocean Infinity search vessel will focus its efforts. Malaysia’s... Read more
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News.com.au
Key MH370 theory dismissedafter receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
after receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken out after an Australian oceanographer at the CSIRO suggested a new search area for MH370, where the Ocean Infinity search vessel will focus its efforts. Blaine Gibson... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Key MH370 theory dismissedafter receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
after receiving death threats and being ignored by search officials has spoken out after an Australian oceanographer at the CSIRO suggested a new search area for MH370, where the Ocean Infinity search vessel will focus its efforts. Malaysia’s... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Great Barrier Reef gets funding boost to fight crown-of-thorns starfishassist us in terms of new ways to help the reef adapt and recover." Ms Cash sa
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
assist us in terms of new ways to help the reef adapt and recover." Ms Cash said the Government would work closely with CSIRO chief executive Dr Larry Marshall and the country's chief scientist Dr Alan Finkel to deliver the $60 million... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Smoke alarm safety debate heats up between fire authorities, criticsmore than happy to talk to David about further research, and how to build on wh
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
more than happy to talk to David about further research, and how to build on what we know now." Mr Isaac says he has seen CSIRO research where ionisation alarms failed a previous standard, but the manufacturers that commissioned it will not... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: All deaths painfulto the contrary. People who believe this should look up the facts for themselv
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
to the contrary. People who believe this should look up the facts for themselves, especially the recently released CSIRO report that, in extremely plain English, concludes, on the basis of the ACT government's own data, that: there is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wreck hunter confident renewed search for MH370 will deliver answersplane, among them the right wing flaperon, right aft flap and right outboard fl
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
plane, among them the right wing flaperon, right aft flap and right outboard flap. It was this debris that helped the CSIRO pinpoint a new search zone around 35 degrees south — just north of the area already searched — by mapping each piece of... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: All deaths painfulto the contrary. People who believe this should look up the facts for themselv
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
to the contrary. People who believe this should look up the facts for themselves, especially the recently released CSIRO report that, in extremely plain English, concludes, on the basis of the ACT government's own data, that: there is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: All deaths painfulto the contrary. People who believe this should look up the facts for themselv
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
to the contrary. People who believe this should look up the facts for themselves, especially the recently released CSIRO report that, in extremely plain English, concludes, on the basis of the ACT government's own data, that: there is... Read more
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International Business Times
35 million-year-old underwater 'Mordor' that is home to 26 volcanoes found buried in the sea from the University of Adelaide, University of Aberdeen and Commonwealth Scient
International Business Times / Posted 3 days ago
from the University of Adelaide, University of Aberdeen and Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), announced the discovery of a "Tolkienesque" landscape buried deep under the sea in Australia. The underwater... Read more
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News.com.au
Adelaide’s largest council bans balloonsbags and bottles were the three most harmful pollutants threatening marine wild
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
bags and bottles were the three most harmful pollutants threatening marine wildlife, according to a 2016 study by the CSIRO. Onkaparinga Council has suggested people use bubbles, bunting, pompoms or pinwheels as an alternative for parties at... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Fire and Rescue leads push for more smoke alarms in homesand living area in their house in a bid to reduce house fire deaths. A report
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
and living area in their house in a bid to reduce house fire deaths. A report based on research by Fire and Rescue and the CSIRO into the effectiveness of smoke alarms showed stronger measures were needed to give resident time to escape While just... Read more
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Canberra Times
Proposal to release carp virus cyprinid herpesvirus 3 into Canberra waterwaysalready used in 33 countries with no evidence of the carp or any fish virus cau
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
already used in 33 countries with no evidence of the carp or any fish virus causing disease in humans, Mr Gentleman said. CSIRO scientists had researched and tested the virus over the past decade and were "very confident" it virus was specific to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Proposal to release carp virus cyprinid herpesvirus 3 into Canberra waterwaysalready used in 33 countries with no evidence of the carp or any fish virus cau
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
already used in 33 countries with no evidence of the carp or any fish virus causing disease in humans, Mr Gentleman said. CSIRO scientists had researched and tested the virus over the past decade and were "very confident" it virus was specific to... Read more
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The Age
Proposal to release carp virus cyprinid herpesvirus 3 into Canberra waterwaysalready used in 33 countries with no evidence of the carp or any fish virus cau
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
already used in 33 countries with no evidence of the carp or any fish virus causing disease in humans, Mr Gentleman said. CSIRO scientists had researched and tested the virus over the past decade and were "very confident" it virus was specific to... Read more
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The North West Star
Federal government to look at gas extraction in Isa SuperbasinProgram was announced in last year’s budget. The studies will begin early this
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
Program was announced in last year’s budget. The studies will begin early this year and will be conducted by Geoscience Australia and the CSIRO, supported by the Bureau of Meteorology and managed by the Department of the Environment an... Read more
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The Border Mail
Beef Week kicks off on January 29accountant at Wodonga. The next step was to form partnerships with DNA test pro
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
accountant at Wodonga. The next step was to form partnerships with DNA test provider Zoetis and livestock geneticists at CSIRO at Armidale. They also collaborate with the Angus Australia progeny test program and have had more than 15 bulls... Read more
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Motley Fool
Why these environmentally friendly shares are on the riseaimed at cleaning up contaminated water bodies. The company’s best-selling pro
Motley Fool / Posted 5 days ago
aimed at cleaning up contaminated water bodies. The company’s best-selling product is Phoslock which was developed by the CSIRO to “significantly reduce excess phosphate safely from the environment”. The company, with a market value of about $125... Read more
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B&T
Victorian Government Launches VR Bushfire Experience Via The Fuel Agencythree new TVCs, outdoor, radio and digital, The Fuel Agency has produced a cont
B&T / Posted 5 days ago
three new TVCs, outdoor, radio and digital, The Fuel Agency has produced a content series with the assistance of the CSIRO Bushfire Behaviour and Risks team. Building on Fuel’s ‘The Reasons are Black and White’ launch campaign, the ‘Facts of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Genetic modification laws set for shake-up in Australiaresistant to Panama Tropical Race 4, a fungus that is deadly to the world's mos
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
resistant to Panama Tropical Race 4, a fungus that is deadly to the world's most eaten banana, the Cavendish. Meanwhile, CSIRO researchers in Australia are trying to alter a gene in wheat, so the wheat fibre resembles the fibre content of oats,... Read more
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Mumbrella
Victorian State Government warns Australians of fire danger in latest campaigninto flames. The campaign also consists of a ‘Facts of Fire’ content series wh
Mumbrella / Posted 6 days ago
into flames. The campaign also consists of a ‘Facts of Fire’ content series which was produced in collaboration with the CSIRO Bushfire Behaviour and Risks team. The content series includes various videos explaining the dangers Victorians face... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Baby boomers back in the dating game say they're not using condomsmore likely to discuss STIs with a new partners than younger women. But older
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
more likely to discuss STIs with a new partners than younger women. But older women were also less likely to refuse sex without a condom. The study was published in the journal CSIRO Sexual Health. First posted January 18,... Read more
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International Business Times
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Three years after aircraft went missing, why hasn't it been found? shores of the Indian Ocean, and subsequent analysis by the Commonwealth Scienti
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
shores of the Indian Ocean, and subsequent analysis by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). A report by the Australian government published in December 2016 also acknowledged that search teams had likely been... Read more
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Canberra Times
Public servants face wage cut in real terms as inflation set to riseat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Public servants face low wage growth as inflation rise loomsat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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The Border Mail
Public servants face low wage growth as inflation rise loomsat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Public servants face low wage growth as inflation rise loomsat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Public servants face low wage growth as inflation rise loomsat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Western Advocate
Public servants face low wage growth as inflation rise loomsat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Manning River Times
Public servants face low wage growth as inflation rise loomsat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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The Age
Public servants face wage cut in real terms as inflation set to riseat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Public servants face wage cut in real terms as inflation set to riseat two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxatio
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
at two of the government's largest agencies, Defence and the Australian Taxation Office, as well as Australia Post and the CSIRO, among others to estimate the average wage rises enshrined in industrial deals covering public servants until... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Electric cars are breaking our roads, here's howthe more they drive, the more they pay. However, low-emission vehicles are let
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
the more they drive, the more they pay. However, low-emission vehicles are letting some drivers get away charge-free. The CSIRO has predicted revenue coming from fuel excise will drop by almost half by 2050. Urban Infrastructure Minister Paul... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Electric cars are breaking our roads, here's howthe more they drive, the more they pay. However, low-emission vehicles are let
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
the more they drive, the more they pay. However, low-emission vehicles are letting some drivers get away charge-free. The CSIRO has predicted revenue coming from fuel excise will drop by almost half by 2050. Urban Infrastructure Minister Paul... Read more
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Canberra Times
Billie Jean King v Margaret Court in court of public opinionJosh Frydenberg’s article (‘‘Stand by Australia, for the electric car revolutio
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Josh Frydenberg’s article (‘‘Stand by Australia, for the electric car revolution is nigh’’, January 13-14). He quotes a CSIRO report that estimates electric vehicles could reduce CO2 emissions by 15-25 million tonnes by 2030. Elsewhere, this... Read more
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