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Irish Examiner
Talking to yourself? Here’s the science behind that little voice in your headmouth and vocal cords when we vocalise our thoughts (Ben Birchall/PA) Study le
Irish Examiner / Posted 11 hours ago
mouth and vocal cords when we vocalise our thoughts (Ben Birchall/PA) Study leader Thomas Whitford, associate professor at UNSW Sydney, said: “The efference-copy dampens the brain’s response to self-generated vocalisations, giving less mental... Read more
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Daily Mail
Antarctic microbe that can live on AIR could change how we hunt aliensthe trace gases from the air at a high enough rate to sustain their predicted e
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
the trace gases from the air at a high enough rate to sustain their predicted energy needs and support primary production. UNSW-Sydney led scientists have discovered that microbes in Antarctica have a previously unknown ability to scavenge... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The banking policy change that's good news for you — and the Big Fourwide range of cheaper, more efficient providers should be much easier than it i
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
wide range of cheaper, more efficient providers should be much easier than it is today, as will switching your bank. Now if only we could work out how to keep our marriages happier and more resilient. Ross Buckley is Professor of Law at UNSW Syd... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Thousands of foreign workers face labour exploitation in Australiastudy of temporary migrants’ work and conditions in Australia. Authored by Lau
Asian Correspondent / Posted 21 days ago
study of temporary migrants’ work and conditions in Australia. Authored by Laurie Berg of UTS and Bassina Farbenblum of UNSW Sydney, the report surveyed 4,322 temporary migrants from 107 countries in all Australian states and territories. “A... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Australia’s hidden backpacker disgracein all states and territories. Ms Berg, who co-authored the report with Bassi
The Courier Mail / Posted 21 days ago
in all states and territories. Ms Berg, who co-authored the report with Bassina Farbenblum, a senior law lecturer at UNSW Sydney, said 15 per cent of fruit and vegetable pickers were being paid less than $5 an hour. “We also received... Read more
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Sky News Australia
One in three backpackers face 'wage theft'Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have
Sky News Australia / Posted 22 days ago
Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have had passports confiscated by employers. The UNSW Sydney and UTS study found wage theft is endemic among international students, backpackers and other temporary migrants,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The migrant underclass paid just $5 an hourAustralia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have had passports confiscated by employers. The UNSW Sydney and UTS study found wage theft is endemic among international students, backpackers and other temporary migrants,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Wage theft endemic for backpackers: studyAustralia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have
Weekly Times / Posted 23 days ago
Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have had passports confiscated by employers. The UNSW Sydney and UTS study found wage theft is endemic among international students, backpackers and other temporary migrants,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Wage theft endemic for backpackersAustralia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have
The Courier Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have had passports confiscated by employers. The UNSW Sydney and UTS study found wage theft is endemic among international students, backpackers and other temporary migrants,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Save frogs with the help of your mobilerecord the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
record the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new frog species. And all without having to get your feet wet. Dr Jodi Rowley is curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology at the Australian Museum and UNSW Syd... Read more
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The Young Witness
Save frogs with the help of your mobilerecord the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new
The Young Witness / Posted 23 days ago
record the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new frog species. And all without having to get your feet wet. Dr Jodi Rowley is curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology at the Australian Museum and UNSW Syd... Read more
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News.com.au
Wage theft endemic for backpackers: studyAustralia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have
News.com.au / Posted 23 days ago
Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have had passports confiscated by employers. The UNSW Sydney and UTS study found wage theft is endemic among international students, backpackers and other temporary migrants,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Save frogs with the help of your mobilerecord the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new
Western Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
record the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new frog species. And all without having to get your feet wet. Dr Jodi Rowley is curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology at the Australian Museum and UNSW Syd... Read more
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Manning River Times
Save frogs with the help of your mobilerecord the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new
Manning River Times / Posted 23 days ago
record the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new frog species. And all without having to get your feet wet. Dr Jodi Rowley is curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology at the Australian Museum and UNSW Syd... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Wage theft endemic for backpackers: studyAustralia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 23 days ago
Australia or return cash to their employer after being paid, while others have had passports confiscated by employers. The UNSW Sydney and UTS study found wage theft is endemic among international students, backpackers and other temporary migrants,... Read more
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The Courier
Save frogs with the help of your mobilerecord the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
record the calls of your local frogs. Who knows, you might even discover a new frog species. And all without having to get your feet wet. Dr Jodi Rowley is curator of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Biology at the Australian Museum and UNSW Syd... Read more
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Manning River Times
International students and backpackers exploited study revealsexploitation of international students and backpackers in Australia is endemic
Manning River Times / Posted 23 days ago
exploitation of international students and backpackers in Australia is endemic and severe, a landmark study by UNSW Sydney and UTS has found. One in three international students and backpackers are paid about half the legal minimum... Read more
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23d
AllAfrica.com
The International Protection System Is Failing Refugee Women and Girlsestablished Forced Migration Research Network and a senior lecturer in Social W
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
established Forced Migration Research Network and a senior lecturer in Social Work and International Development at UNSW Sydney. Adjunct Professor Eileen Pittaway was Director of the Centre for Refugee Research, UNSW, and Associate... Read more

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