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abc730 Aug 22
Even Nobel laureates are happiest when they’re watching the footy and drinking wine. and Jenny Gordon talk about their relationship.
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ANU Asia & the Pacific Aug 22
Facebook and Twitter's removal of fake accounts is "an act of digital-security theatre designed to address shortcomings in [their] responses to the 2016 US presidential election", writes 's . Via .
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ANU Asia & the Pacific Aug 22
"Just when we thought Australia was getting serious about shifting priorities away from the Middle East to its own neighbourhood, the PM has announced another Middle East step up." 's on Australia in the Strait of Hormuz.
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ANU Asia & the Pacific Aug 22
"The big worry for the locals in Jammu and Kashmir is that they think it could be a way to dilute the Muslim majority areas certainly in the valley." 's on India's decision to revoke the region's special status.
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ANU Asia & the Pacific Aug 22
"The protests aren't going to stop until Carrie Lam definitively withdraws the extradition bill." 's spoke to Justin Bergman from about the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
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ANU Asia & the Pacific Aug 22
With food systems causing nearly a third of our greenhouse emissions, how can governments and individuals reduce food's impact on the environment. & Michael Roderick discuss on this episode of .
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ANU Asia & the Pacific Aug 22
Amazing work by the incredible Nicholas Evans!
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Australian Foreign Affairs Aug 21
Watch Hugh White discuss the flaw in Scott Morrison’s “Pacific step-up”.
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ANU Media Aug 22
Candid cockatoo camera! Many birds need mature trees to survive. But new research by Phil Gibbons shows these trees will be absent in some landscapes by the end of the century. So will the birds perch & nest in artificial tree sculptures?
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ANU Media Aug 22
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ANU Media Aug 22
The suicide rate in Australia has been steady or growing over the past 10 yrs. But Denmark has flipped the statistics, from one of the highest to lowest rates worldwide. Annette Erlangsen thinks we can learn from the Danes.
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ANU Media Aug 22
250,000 Melburnians are being left high & dry each year, losing access to water due to logging💧🌲 New research from shows logging in the city’s largest water catchment is leading to the loss of 15,000 megalitres in water
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ANU Media Aug 21
He once wore brief pink shorts to parliament😲but Don Dunstan was a great reformer for Australia. Angela Woollacott talks to on about the former South Australian premier’s decade in politics.
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ANU Media Aug 21
All at sea: Don Rothwell says questions remain about the rules of engagement in the US-led operation in the Strait of to safeguard shipping lanes.
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ANU Media Aug 21
Imagine not being able to see your loved ones. Dr Joshua Chu-Tan is working to prevent the disease that blinds millions before it takes hold.
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Aust Science Channel Aug 21
4.5 billion-year-old diamonds in the rough 💎
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Dr Bel Townsend Aug 21
Our forum this morning at will explore these issues on next steps for paid parental leave
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ANU Media Aug 21
has come up with a new way of measuring life expectancy, and it’s good news for Aussie men and women. Learn more about how our men are the longest-living in the world
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ANU Media Aug 21
is the leading cause of blindness in the developed world. Dr Joshua Chu-Tan is working to save millions of people from this condition by developing a new eye injection.
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ANU Media Aug 21
Fighting fat with the Change Program, developed at . Kirsty Douglas tells how it works.
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