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Access to Seymour health services improving, study finds
Police charge two over home invasion – Tweed Heads South
Vital Maintenance For Regional Trains Complete
Police seek help to find Guy and Susan Beesley in Victorian high country
Three-year old kindergarten program coming to Seymour in 2020
$481 million Edmonton to Gordonvale works contract awarded
Funeral plaques stolen at Seymour
Cooee Mittigar – An Indigenous treasure
Male and Female Mice Have Different Brain Cells
Bioelectronic implant could prevent opioid deaths
Police appeals for help to locate man Colin Lancaster
Regional road fire danger period preparation
Pioneering Matildas celebrate 40 years of women’s football
University paleontologists find traces of sabre-toothed cat in Medicine Hat
Materials Research Express changes to a fully gold Open Access journal
Missing teenager Braidyn Richards
Put your food scraps to good use
A new lens into past
Planned electricity supply interruption Avenel Nagambie
Students swing into action on Chittick Park future
Tropical snake uses its head to ‘breathe’
Details matter for RWC licensing
Bill to allow licensed premises to stay open for Rugby World Cup matches to be introduced
New Zealanders deserve access to RWC games
Seymour Students Have Their Say On Future Chittick Park Youth Space
Man dies after mobility scooter crash
Pop-up science in Maryborough engages students
Directors banned for dishonestly securing £975,000 of credit
Mitchell Shire welcomes more new citizens
More than 2000 plants planted for National Tree Day
Police arrest pair after series of incidents
Funding available for councils to cut illegal dumping
Next stage of aquatic study underway – user input needed
Chace Monaghan wanted on warrants
Speech to National Party Conference. Our bottom line: You
Rabbit hole dog rescue
Seismologists Monitor Ridgecrest Aftershocks Using Novel Fiber Optic Network
Top cited Chinese authors receive IOP Publishing award
Help wildlife thrive in East Sussex’s Nature Reserves
Southampton prepares to celebrate 2019 summer graduation
Transport savings on track for Aussie farmers
Storage deal was fools gold
Recycled artwork lights up gantry
New Focus To Tackle Road Toll
ECS partners with IOP Publishing for journal services
Instructors recognised at state-wide leisure awards
More than 30,000 visits in two months
IOP Publishing journals see substantial Journal Impact Factor growth