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Missing teenager Miesha Hansford
25 students from 16 schools complete two-week virtual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women
ALA new national president: First time a WA lawyer takes role
Wagga City Council 29 June Ordinary Meeting
Earth’s nearest supergiant is cooling down at end of its life
Police investigate anti-Semitic graffiti
Missing man Fritz Hahn
SARS-CoV-2 detected in waste waters in Barcelona on March 12, 2019
New research shows how complex chemistry may be relevant to origins of life on Earth
Tiny protein has a big impact on health and longevity
FIFA Women’s World Cup a ‘huge opportunity’ for Launceston
Council adopts single use plastics policy
Helping consumers in a crisis
Steep rise in skin cancer since 1960s
Single-use plastics policy on agenda
6th Science Fest offers live online meetings with researchers
Police seek help to locate Middle Park woman and dog
Plumpton Road shared path upgrade
Investing in Our Heritage: Hermannsburg Historic Precinct Upgrades Progress
Simple blood test could one day diagnose motor neurone disease
Camping and Visitor Services at Parks Canada
Exeter joins new European initiative to turn wastewater into valuable resource
Council adopts Annual Budget for 2020-21
This is place to power health-care collaboration
Child abuse material seized; man charged at Wagga Wagga
New Approach to DNA Data Storage Makes System More Dynamic, Scalable
$797,000 lifeline for Launceston small business
Escape from Saskatchewan Penitentiary – Minimum-security unit 11 June
Confirming Einstein’s most fortunate thought
Sharing of tacit knowledge is most important aspect of mentorship, study finds
Police investigating after stolen car used in ram raids near Wagga Wagga
Major CBD sites to be redeveloped under Council plan
Rare trees relocated
Studies of Brain Activity Aren’t as Useful as Scientists Thought
Construction tender awarded for Launceston City Deal UTAS project
Theft of wallet in Brunswick
$2M Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program 29 May
$2M Creative Industries Sector Immediate Response and Resilience Program 29 May
Researchers identify two marine molecules with therapy potential against Alzheimer’s disease
Kuraree – Heart of Perth: celebrating 150 years of Perth Town Hall
HKUST Becomes First University in Asia-Pacific Associated with EY Tax Lab
Cross River Rail delivering more local contracts and more local jobs
Police seek help to locate missing teen Hayley Diedrich
Recognising we are in this together this National Reconciliation Week
New adventure begins for popular Eagleby park
Historic win for Western Australian sexual abuse survivor
Work ramping up at Lake Albert
Australian National Surfing Museum running virtual tours for schools