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Perth Now
Tremors put Bali airport on alertpart of the Pacific “Ring of Fire” convergence of tectonic plates. Emeritus pr
Perth Now / Posted 4 hours ago
part of the Pacific “Ring of Fire” convergence of tectonic plates. Emeritus professor Richard John Arculus of Australian National University has published a blog saying Mount Agung has produced some of the largest eruptions of the past 100... Read more
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Inquirier.net
PVL men’s: Ateneo wins 6th straight at expense of La SalleGlorioso added 11. ADVERTISEMENT Arjay Onia and Raymark Woo had eight points
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 hours ago
Glorioso added 11. ADVERTISEMENT Arjay Onia and Raymark Woo had eight points apiece to lead La Salle. In the first game, National University tripped University of the Philippines in four sets, 25-13, 24-26, 25-15, 25-17. The Bulldogs improved to... Read more
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The North West Star
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
The North West Star / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
The Border Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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The Courier
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
The Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
The Young Witness / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bali volcano: Australians warned to check travel plans as volcano rumblesbaby food. There is also a huge demand for portable toilets. Emeritus Professo
Canberra Times / Posted 5 hours ago
baby food. There is also a huge demand for portable toilets. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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Western Advocate
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Western Advocate / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Manning River Times / Posted 5 hours ago
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Tams ram Tigers with huge 4th quarter run16 and 11 points respectively, but that wasn’t enough to lead the UST to their
Pilipino Star / Posted 7 hours ago
16 and 11 points respectively, but that wasn’t enough to lead the UST to their first win in four outings. FEU will take on National University next, while UST will try to end their cold spell in the tourney against the streaking Ateneo de Manila... Read more
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Zamboanga Today
LADY HAWK … VENZKerk Benedick . Ya estudia elementaria na Juagdan Central School , secondaria n
Zamboanga Today / Posted 10 hours ago
Kerk Benedick . Ya estudia elementaria na Juagdan Central School , secondaria na Cagting High School , Ubay y colegio na National University , Sampalok ,Manila , ta saka curso BS Commerce major in Marketing Management. Ya discubri su abilidad na... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australians warned to check Bali travel plans as 240k residents fleehalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 hours ago
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Australians warned to check Bali travel plans as 240k residents fleehalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 hours ago
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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The Age
Bali volcano: Australians warned to check travel plans as 240,000 residents evacuatehalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bali volcano: Australians warned to check travel plans as 240,000 residents evacuatehalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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WA Today
Bali volcano: Australians warned to check travel plans as 240,000 residents evacuatehalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
WA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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New Kerala
Incheon National University Hosted the first 'Port-city Universities Summit' - newkerala news #274063INCHEON, South Korea, Sept. 22, 2017 : Incheon National University (INU) today
New Kerala / Posted 21 hours ago
INCHEON, South Korea, Sept. 22, 2017 : Incheon National University (INU) today hosted the first 'Port-city Universities Summit (PUS)' at its Songdo campus, bringing together representatives of 48 universities and 3 institutes from 11 countries... Read more
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Canberra Times
Evacuations ordered after tremors, rising smoke from Bali volcanohalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
Canberra Times / Posted 23 hours ago
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
In dollars: How valuable are Florida's university football programs?The University of Florida football program is valued in a new study at $682 mil
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
The University of Florida football program is valued in a new study at $682 million, making it the most valuable university team in the state but still worth far less than several college programs topping $1 billion. Four years ago, UF's program was... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Pumped hydro's day may have dawned even if Snowy 2.0 is a duda lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
a lot of competition, even in pumped hydro. The nation is blessed with as many as 22,000 suitable sites, as the Australian National University revealed last week, including several sites from Tasmania to Queensland nearing fruition. Engineering,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Evacuations ordered after tremors, rising smoke from Bali volcanohalf the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professo
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
half the usual price as of Friday morning before evacuating. Emeritus Professor Richard John Arculus from the Australian National University wrote that although infrequent, eruptions of Mount Agung have been among the largest of the past 100... Read more
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Canberra Times
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Western Advocate
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Kiama Independent
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Manning River Times
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Engineers Australia wants 30 per cent of members to be womennational pay gap favours men by as much as 22 per cent. Ms Campbell, 23, an en
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
national pay gap favours men by as much as 22 per cent. Ms Campbell, 23, an engineering and arts student at the Australian National University, said part of the problem was the historical perception of engineering as a man's job. "It is a complex... Read more
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The North West Star
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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The Border Mail
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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The Courier
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
The Courier / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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The Manila Times
Green Archers eye solo leadwill push them one game ahead of the idle Blue Eagles. But the State U is bent
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
will push them one game ahead of the idle Blue Eagles. But the State U is bent on improving its 2-1 card and overtake National University on No. 3. Aldin Ayo and the Archers look to rely anew on reigning Most Valuable Player Ben Mbala, who... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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The Young Witness
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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The Age
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terroristsof change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on
The Age / Posted yesterday
of change The Touma case appears to underline what Clarke Jones, an expert on prison radicalisation at the Australian National University, describes as the possibility for change. That possibility is not presented when you lock extremists in... Read more
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The Manila Times
Top squad LPU, NU collide SaturdayLyceum of the Philippines University and National University meet in the battle
The Manila Times / Posted yesterday
Lyceum of the Philippines University and National University meet in the battle of leading teams in the top division of the Ang Liga Season 15 collegiate football tournament today at the Blue Pitch in Circuit, Makati City. The leading Pirates take... Read more
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The Age
Engineers Australia wants 30 per cent of members to be womennational pay gap favours men by as much as 22 per cent. Ms Campbell, 23, an en
The Age / Posted yesterday
national pay gap favours men by as much as 22 per cent. Ms Campbell, 23, an engineering and arts student at the Australian National University, said part of the problem was the historical perception of engineering as a man's job. "It is a complex... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Engineers Australia wants 30 per cent of members to be womennational pay gap favours men by as much as 22 per cent. Ms Campbell, 23, an en
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
national pay gap favours men by as much as 22 per cent. Ms Campbell, 23, an engineering and arts student at the Australian National University, said part of the problem was the historical perception of engineering as a man's job. "It is a complex... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
iPhone 8 launch draws crowds to Apple Store at Orchard Roadwas the first to enter the Apple Store on Friday. The 20-year-old finance major
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
was the first to enter the Apple Store on Friday. The 20-year-old finance major, who is on an exchange programme at the National University of Singapore, had pre-ordered the black versions of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus last week. "The booking was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The challenges of tracking space junkof doing nothing could make it much harder for Earth to launch new satellites a
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
of doing nothing could make it much harder for Earth to launch new satellites and rockets. Researchers from the Australian National University have been planning to fire lasers, from Mt Stromlo Observatory near Canberra, that can track space... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Experts are concerned about the heatwaves in Australia this summerif they are dehydrated.”Dr Liz Hanna, Fellow of the National Centre for Epidemi
Business Insider Australia / Posted yesterday
if they are dehydrated.”Dr Liz Hanna, Fellow of the National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health at the Australian National University: “In extreme conditions, the mere effort of moving generates heat that we need to shed in order to keep... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Cajon Valley Union One Of Several Districts Taking On Social Emotional Learning This Yearhand movements to match the music. Theirs is one of 490 classrooms in the Cajo
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
hand movements to match the music. Theirs is one of 490 classrooms in the Cajon Valley Union School District implementing National University’s Sanford Harmony program this year. It aims to help students deal with their and their peers’ emotions... Read more
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Daily Mail
California on edge after 'Ring of Fire' earthquakes in the Pacificearthquake in San Francisco that struck in 1096 is pictured Phil Cummins at Ge
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
earthquake in San Francisco that struck in 1096 is pictured Phil Cummins at Geoscience Australia and the Australian National University suggested seismic waves cascading along fault lines could be responsible. He said waves could also jump... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mark Parton doubles down on inclusion spray, bats away Donald Trump comparisoninterested in doing their own hard yards to build what's missing, they want the
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
interested in doing their own hard yards to build what's missing, they want the government to do everything." Australian National University demographer Dr Liz Allen said while middle-aged white men may feel like they were being overlooked, they... Read more
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