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Canberra Times
'Modify facilities or move Australian Open': health and safety expertbe moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperat
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
be moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperatures, not just children and the elderly. Melbourne University lecturer in the school of building and design Chris Jensen said there were ways stadiums could be built... Read more
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Canberra Times
'He doesn't want me in his country': Aussies shun Trump's Americaheading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
heading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those visiting the US last year. Ilsa Harun, a Melbourne University student, said she would not not be travelling to the US while Donald Trump is President because of the... Read more
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The Courier
'Modify facilities or move Australian Open': health and safety expertbe moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperat
The Courier / Posted yesterday
be moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperatures, not just children and the elderly. Melbourne University lecturer in the school of building and design Chris Jensen said there were ways stadiums could be built... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Modify facilities or move Australian Open': health and safety expertbe moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperat
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
be moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperatures, not just children and the elderly. Melbourne University lecturer in the school of building and design Chris Jensen said there were ways stadiums could be built... Read more
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The Age
'He doesn't want me in his country': Aussies shun Trump's Americaheading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those
The Age / Posted yesterday
heading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those visiting the US last year. Ilsa Harun, a Melbourne University student, said she would not not be travelling to the US while Donald Trump is President because of the... Read more
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WA Today
'He doesn't want me in his country': Aussies shun Trump's Americaheading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those
WA Today / Posted yesterday
heading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those visiting the US last year. Ilsa Harun, a Melbourne University student, said she would not not be travelling to the US while Donald Trump is President because of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'He doesn't want me in his country': Aussies shun Trump's Americaheading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
heading to China, New Zealand, UK and Thailand at a far higher rate than those visiting the US last year. Ilsa Harun, a Melbourne University student, said she would not not be travelling to the US while Donald Trump is President because of the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'Modify facilities or move Australian Open': health and safety expertbe moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
be moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperatures, not just children and the elderly. Melbourne University lecturer in the school of building and design Chris Jensen said there were ways stadiums could be built... Read more
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The Age
'Modify facilities or move Australian Open': health and safety expertbe moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperat
The Age / Posted yesterday
be moved. But he warned people to monitor themselves and others in hot temperatures, not just children and the elderly. Melbourne University lecturer in the school of building and design Chris Jensen said there were ways stadiums could be built... Read more
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2d
Canberra Times
The university courses the most people are applying for this yearcourse there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
course there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study at RMIT, while 11,006 are hoping to enrol at Melbourne University. The most sought after courses for school leavers are Arts at Melbourne University (which 2529 people... Read more
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The Courier
The university courses the most people are applying for this yearcourse there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
course there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study at RMIT, while 11,006 are hoping to enrol at Melbourne University. The most sought after courses for school leavers are Arts at Melbourne University (which 2529 people... Read more
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The Age
The university courses the most people are applying for this yearcourse there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
course there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study at RMIT, while 11,006 are hoping to enrol at Melbourne University. The most sought after courses for school leavers are Arts at Melbourne University (which 2529 people... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The university courses the most people are applying for this yearcourse there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
course there as their first preference. A total of 11,736 people want to study at RMIT, while 11,006 are hoping to enrol at Melbourne University. The most sought after courses for school leavers are Arts at Melbourne University (which 2529 people... Read more
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4d
Canberra Times
Victoria aims to double trade with India over next decadefamily pose with Premier Daniel Andrews after the premier addressed members of
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
family pose with Premier Daniel Andrews after the premier addressed members of Melbourne's Indian community at Melbourne University. Photo: Mathew Lynn The premier also wants to increase the number of Indian postgraduate research... Read more
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The Age
Victoria aims to double trade with India over next decadefamily pose with Premier Daniel Andrews after the premier addressed members of
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
family pose with Premier Daniel Andrews after the premier addressed members of Melbourne's Indian community at Melbourne University. Photo: Mathew Lynn "This blueprint is all about expanding out footprint in one of the world's leading... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Victoria aims to double trade with India over next decadefamily pose with Premier Daniel Andrews after the premier addressed members of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
family pose with Premier Daniel Andrews after the premier addressed members of Melbourne's Indian community at Melbourne University. Photo: Mathew Lynn "This blueprint is all about expanding out footprint in one of the world's leading... Read more
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6d
The Courier Mail
Home ownership could soarresearch has revealed more Australians could become homeowners if negative gear
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
research has revealed more Australians could become homeowners if negative gearing is axed. Preliminary results from the Melbourne University study shows ownership could jump to as much as 72.2 percent under the move. The economic modelling... Read more
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Canberra Times
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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News.com.au
Home ownership could soar under changeresearch has revealed more Australians could become homeowners if negative gear
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
research has revealed more Australians could become homeowners if negative gearing is axed. Preliminary results from the Melbourne University study shows ownership could jump to as much as 72.2 percent under the move. The economic modelling... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Stoush continues over negative gearingfor owning multiple properties. The paper, posted on the RBA's website, is bas
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 6 days ago
for owning multiple properties. The paper, posted on the RBA's website, is based on economic modelling carried out by Melbourne University's Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren. Earlier in the week NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian was... Read more
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News.com.au
Stoush continues over negative gearingfor owning multiple properties. The paper, posted on the RBA's website, is bas
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
for owning multiple properties. The paper, posted on the RBA's website, is based on economic modelling carried out by Melbourne University's Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren. Earlier in the week NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian was... Read more
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7d
Daily Liberal
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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The Courier
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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Western Advocate
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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Manning River Times
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Manning River Times / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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The North West Star
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA-commissioned study findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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The Border Mail
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA conference paper findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA-commissioned study findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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The Courier
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA-commissioned study findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA-commissioned study findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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The Age
Axing negative gearing would boost economy and home ownership, RBA-commissioned study findsbelieved to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA work
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
believed to be the first of its kind in Australia, were presented to a RBA workshop last month and released on Friday. Melbourne University researchers Yunho Cho, Shuyun May Li and Lawrence Uren conclude that eliminating negative gearing... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Bill Shorten Appeals To Youth Voters With Belated NekNominate Video‘NekNominate’ video – just 46 months after the brief viral trend rose to promin
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
‘NekNominate’ video – just 46 months after the brief viral trend rose to prominence. It is not yet known which recent Melbourne University law graduate working as an advisor and confidante of the Labor-right identity was behind the idea, but... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Snake bite kills man protecting family petin the world, and the reptile is responsible for more than 60 per cent of snake
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
in the world, and the reptile is responsible for more than 60 per cent of snakebite deaths in Australia, according to Melbourne University. On average two to three people die from snake bites each year in Australia, Timothy Jackson from the... Read more
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News.com.au
Snake bite kills man protecting family petin the world, and the reptile is responsible for more than 60 per cent of snake
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
in the world, and the reptile is responsible for more than 60 per cent of snakebite deaths in Australia, according to Melbourne University. On average two to three people die from snake bites each year in Australia, Timothy Jackson from the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Andrews vows to deal with 'nasty' youth crime as Twitter mocks #AfricanGangsenormous racism and powered through External Link: Tweet: bk.skrr This South S
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
enormous racism and powered through External Link: Tweet: bk.skrr This South Sudanese gang member is being deported from Melbourne University to Harvard University #AfricanGangs #trueAfricanAussie External Link: Tweet: Nyadol Nuyon: Admission to... Read more
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News.com.au
‘McLachlan has been punished already’degrees of gravity according to the amount of damage that you do,” she said. G
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
degrees of gravity according to the amount of damage that you do,” she said. Germaine Greer attends the announcement of Melbourne University acquiring her lifetime archive.Source:News Corp Australia Greer applauded the women who have come out... Read more
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Canberra Times
ABC footage, transcripts passed on to George Pell's defence teamABC and Ms Milligan, whose book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell was
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
ABC and Ms Milligan, whose book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell was published before Cardinal Pell was charged. Melbourne University Press withdrew the book from Victorian stores when Cardinal Pell was charged in June. Cardinal Pell was... Read more
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The Age
ABC footage, transcripts passed on to George Pell's defence teamABC and Ms Milligan, whose book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell was
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
ABC and Ms Milligan, whose book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell was published before Cardinal Pell was charged. Melbourne University Press withdrew the book from Victorian stores when Cardinal Pell was charged in June. Cardinal Pell was... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ABC footage, transcripts passed on to George Pell's defence teamABC and Ms Milligan, whose book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell was
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
ABC and Ms Milligan, whose book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell was published before Cardinal Pell was charged. Melbourne University Press withdrew the book from Victorian stores when Cardinal Pell was charged in June. Cardinal Pell was... Read more
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The Age
Lab-grown meat on the barbie, shaking up Aussie's meat industryindustry in Australia by conducting research, promoting research and developmen
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
industry in Australia by conducting research, promoting research and development and advocating for protein innovation. Melbourne University professor Robyn Warner expertise is in meat science. All aspects of it. The texture, flavour, what... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lab-grown meat on the barbie, shaking up Aussie's meat industryindustry in Australia by conducting research, promoting research and developmen
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
industry in Australia by conducting research, promoting research and development and advocating for protein innovation. Melbourne University professor Robyn Warner expertise is in meat science. All aspects of it. The texture, flavour, what... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melburnians among survivors of Egypt hot air balloon crasha hot air balloon crash in Egypt that killed a South African tourist and injure
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
a hot air balloon crash in Egypt that killed a South African tourist and injured 12 others. River Kano, 21, a student at Melbourne University is travelling with his 20-year-old girlfriend Montana Leveque, who recently graduated after studying... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Melburnians among survivors of Egypt hot air balloon crasha hot air balloon crash in Egypt that killed a South African tourist and injure
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
a hot air balloon crash in Egypt that killed a South African tourist and injured 12 others. River Kano, 21, a student at Melbourne University is travelling with his 20-year-old girlfriend Montana Leveque, who recently graduated after studying... Read more
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The Age
Melburnians among survivors of Egypt hot air balloon crasha hot air balloon crash in Egypt that killed a South African tourist and injure
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
a hot air balloon crash in Egypt that killed a South African tourist and injured 12 others. River Kano, 21, a student at Melbourne University is travelling with his 20-year-old girlfriend Montana Leveque, who recently graduated after studying... Read more
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The Courier
Cycling Australia Road National Championships | your road race guide for Saturday and SundayOllie KENT-SPARK (DEC) Geelong 58 Jake KLAJNBLAT Carnegie Caulfield 59 Andrew
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
Ollie KENT-SPARK (DEC) Geelong 58 Jake KLAJNBLAT Carnegie Caulfield 59 Andrew LAKE Canberra 60 Sean LAKE (BSC) Melbourne University 61 Patrick LANE (INF) Melbourne League 62 Nicholas LEONARD St Kilda 63 Dylan LINDSEY Portland 64... Read more
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Canberra Times
'I can't believe we're still arguing this shit'; why feminism is unfinished businessand author Janine Burke curated Australian women artists, 100 years: 1840-1940
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
and author Janine Burke curated Australian women artists, 100 years: 1840-1940 for the Ewing and George Galleries at Melbourne University, which then travelled interstate; it later became a seminal book. 1976 saw the launch of Lip magazine, a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'I can't believe we're still arguing this shit'; why feminism is unfinished businessand author Janine Burke curated Australian women artists, 100 years: 1840-1940
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
and author Janine Burke curated Australian women artists, 100 years: 1840-1940 for the Ewing and George Galleries at Melbourne University, which then travelled interstate; it later became a seminal book. 1976 saw the launch of Lip magazine, a... Read more
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The Age
'I can't believe we're still arguing this shit'; why feminism is unfinished businessand author Janine Burke curated Australian women artists, 100 years: 1840-1940
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
and author Janine Burke curated Australian women artists, 100 years: 1840-1940 for the Ewing and George Galleries at Melbourne University, which then travelled interstate; it later became a seminal book. 1976 saw the launch of Lip magazine, a... Read more
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