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Animal Beauty Is In Eye Of … Photoshop Expert
Police Responding To Fatal Traffic Crash At Nebo 13 March
Mathematicians use AI to identify emerging COVID-19 variants
Personnel Step Out With Pride
Mass extinction: our fossil study reveals which types of species are most at risk from climate change
NZ Police Seek Information After Assault In Levin
Major works to begin on Oxford Street west cycleway project
Work gathers pace on Oxford Street west cycleway project
Study shows screen time is replacing vital language opportunities for toddlers
Global warming may be behind an increase in the frequency and intensity of cold spells
Potato charms: people throughout history have kept and even stolen wrinkly old vegetables for their health
Hospital privatisation is linked with worse quality care for patients – new research
Why a US state court ruling on the rights of children before birth is unjust
Artificial Intelligence reveals prostate cancer is not just one disease
Colour and conflict: Mardi Gras has always danced between two worlds 
CSIRO research vessel shines with pride as staff march in Sydney Mardi Gras parade
From the NHS to Nepean Hospital: resident medical officer enjoys a change of scene
PWDA CALL FOR CHOICE AND CONTROL OVER OUR BODIES, IDENTITIES AND SEXUALITIES DURING MARDI GRAS
PWDA Call for Choice and Control Over Our Bodies, Identities and Sexualities During Mard Gras
Sydney’s first Centre for LGBTQIA History and Culture opens at the Old Darlinghurst Police Station
La Trobe academic appointed Oxford Fellowship
Pink buses to feature in Mardi Gras Parade
Industrial property’s $1.2 trillion economic impact revealed in new report
Romans kept black henbane seeds in hollowed-out bone, a new study has found. Here’s what they might have been used for
Lizards, elephants and hanging with Hermione: Jess’s journey from UniSC to Oxford
Studying elephants and hanging with Hermione: how looking at lizards led Jess to a PhD at Oxford
Game changing gene therapies focus of £14m research hub
New UK Biobank headquarters prepares for construction at Bruntwood SciTech’s Manchester Science Park
Neuralink has put its first chip in a human brain. What could possibly go wrong?
Universally Manchester Festival announced
What do Aussie companies promise stakeholders?
Teenager charged after pursuit – Eastern Suburbs PAC
Tax corporate mega-profits after sensible stage three changes: CFMEU
Cook Government announces nearly $50 million in new funding support for homelessness support services
PolyU develops high-efficiency carbon dioxide electroreduction system for reducing carbon footprint and progressing carbon neutrality goals
Many wellbeing perks waste of money: research
Shiyu discovery reveals Eastern Asia’s early human migrations
HKUST President Prof. Nancy IP to attend “Winter Davos”
Major boost for new Australian research helping fight stroke
Grattan Institute appoints new CEO
University members recognised in 2024 New Year Honours
Body located in search for missing man – Oxford Falls
Appeal to locate missing man – Northern Beaches PAC
2023 Year in Review
WHO prequalifies a second malaria vaccine, a significant milestone in prevention of the disease
Police update 1: Homicide investigation at Hamilton 21 December
Homicide investigation at Hamilton
Fifth man charged over attempted murder – Surry Hills