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  • Tough fire season warning
    on Sep 13, 2011 in Environment
    Queensland firefighters face a “challenging” bushfire season amid forecasts of worse-than-usual conditions, but the government says they will do all they can to reduce the risk.Fire crews were last night fighting 10 bushfires across the state, in...
  • Public philanthropy just not a given
    on Sep 12, 2011 in Arts
     Peer leadership is key to painting a new image for public bequests, writes Wendy Frew.A ripple of excitement spread through the room at the National Gallery of Victoria last month when the gallery's director, Gerard Vaughan, unveiled its latest...
  • 'Sextortion' case: hacker gets 6-year sentence
    on Sep 4, 2011 in Technology
    LOS ANGELES – A Southern California man has been sentenced to six years in prison for infiltrating computers belonging to women and teenage girls where he found sexually explicit photos and threatened to put them online unless they provided him wit...
  • Pride before the Falls
    on Sep 3, 2011 in Music
    A rift between the Kooks and the Arctic Monkeys hasn't healed and both are set to play at the same Australian festival.The feud began in 2007, when Luke Pritchard, lead singer with Brighton band the Kooks, claimed Alex Turner, of Sheffield's Arctic M...
  • Seeing Sydney anew
    on Sep 3, 2011 in Arts
    Artist TOM CARMENT has been mistaken for a fisherman, a parking officer and a tree while painting, but there's no confusing the city in which he works.When you've lived in a city for a long time, it becomes signposted with memories - a street corner...
  • Spring has sprung with new zoo babies
    on Sep 2, 2011 in Environment
    Spring has sprung quite literally at Taronga Zoo.An endangered Francois langur monkey, seven koala joeys and a glossy black cockatoo chick (the first at Taronga in seven years) have all been born in recent months.Many of them are taking advantage of...
  • Work bonus changes
    on Sep 2, 2011 in Money
    The strategy To maintain my age pension even though I'm working part-time.Can I do that? There are limits but from July 1 the government has made it easier for seniors to do part-time work without losing some of their pension.The new rules effectivel...
  • The extreme stargazer's guide to the cosmos
    on Sep 1, 2011 in Science
    AS A teenager, Bryan Gaensler gazed at the heavens from the backyard of his Sydney home, fascinated by a light that had suddenly appeared in the night sky.It was February 1987, and a distant star in the constellation of Dorado had ended its life sudd...
  • Skeletons may hold the key to male infertility
    on Aug 30, 2011 in Science
    FOR years, scientists thought they understood the skeleton. It serves as structural support for the body. It stores calcium and phosphate. It contributes to blood-cell development. And it serves, indispensably, as the creepy mascot of horror movies.B...
  • Think small, for that is the way of the future
    on Aug 30, 2011 in Technology
    FROM the back of an old Arnott's van, he screened the first ever television broadcast in Australia during the Queen's royal tour in 1954. Fifteen years later, he ran tracking stations for NASA and provided the signal that relayed man's first landing...
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