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9 December 2013
Experts are reminding people of the harmful effects of excessive alcohol consumption, with new figures revealing almost 30,000 alcohol-related hospitalisations in Victoria in a 12 month period.
For every opposition, the prospect of taking office – attaining politics’ ultimate prize – can be relied upon to drown out the little noises of self-doubt and self-criticism that lurk inside the head of any reasonable politician.
6 December 2013
Nelson Mandela, the first black president of South Africa, has died at the age of 95.
5 December 2013
Giving young people in vulnerable ethno-cultural groups more opportunities to have their voices heard is essential to creating and maintaining social cohesion, a new study shows.
Southeast Asia’s biggest dinosaur exhibition will take place next month at the ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, showcasing more than 400 fossils and models, as well as over 50 original artworks.
4 December 2013
When Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey quashed the acquisition of GrainCorp by Archer Daniels Midland on national interest grounds, his stated reasons were based on competition.
The Australian Defence Force has long been wary of the media’s power to derail its promotional narratives and damage careers in the process.
3 December 2013
The tragic death of Thomas Kelly, fatally king hit in Sydney’s Kings Cross last year, brought to the forefront the devastating consequences of alcohol-fuelled violence in Australia.
The Australian Parliament is deadlocked on a bid by the government to increase the debt ceiling from A$300 billion to A$500 billion.
The latest racing car from Monash Motorsport will be unveiled at a gala event later this week ahead of its first race in Melbourne.
A new male contraceptive could be on the horizon after scientists identified a novel way to block the transport of sperm during ejaculation.
It seems we’re in Gonski groundhog day. The repeated backflips and policy position switches from the Abbott government – only three months into its term – have been astounding.
2 December 2013
With Australian troops returning from Afghanistan, a new book focuses on media coverage of the war and how it was influenced by the Australian Defence Force.
Flower colour in some parts of the world, including the Himalayas, has evolved to attract bees as pollinators, research has shown for the first time.
A global innovation that has the potential to prevent women in developing countries from the fatal loss of blood after childbirth has seen Dr Michelle McIntosh win The Australian Innovation Challenge and a $30,000 prize.
A nation-wide study into king-hit deaths in Australia found alcohol was a major contributing factor to the violent fatalities, and not necessarily in combination with the use of other drugs.
29 November 2013
Scientists whose research puts them at the frontline of the war against devastating diseases can draw on an arsenal of world-class technology at Monash University.
Indigenous graduates aiming for a professional qualification in Law have the unique opportunity to further their education at Monash University in 2014, with the introduction of a generous new scholarship package.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi will speak on issues including reconciliation and human rights in her Victorian-only public address at Monash University tomorrow, as part of her first official visit to Australia.
Education minister Christopher Pyne says it’s necessary to go “back to the drawing board” on schools funding and abandon the previous government’s funding reforms – commonly known as the Gonski model.
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