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Byron Bay businesses prepped for Schoolies surge

Authorities are helping businesses prepare as the schoolies surge hits Byron while the Queensland border remains shut to NSW revellers.

Working from home has put an end to ‘casual collisions’ that build trust

For many of us it feels like there’s no going back. We’ve had working from home foisted upon us. We don’t want to give it all up.

HEAL network to tackle health impacts of climate change

Australians will be better protected against the health impacts of climate change, thanks to a new national research network led by The ANU.

Australian universities are outpacing their global counterparts

Australia ranks equal third in the world for the number of universities in the top 200 globally, according to the 2021 Aggregate Ranking of Top Universities (ARTU) released today.

COVID workers comp repeal harsh and unnecessary

Unions NSW has slammed the Government's heartless decision to repeal the presumption an employee will get workers compensation if they contract COVID-19. Unions NSW Secretary...

COP26: step up on emission cuts this decade Australia, or pay the price

Australia's international reputation has taken a battering as nations leave COP26 with a renewed sense of urgency to act on climate change this decade.

New drug offers hope for pancreatic cancer patients

A world first drug developed by UniSA scientists may provide the breakthrough for 500,000 people currently pancreatic cancer.

Man to man: New program starts up for Aussies with prostate cancer

A new program has been launched for men newly diagnosed with prostate cancer, helping reduce higher risks of suicide related to the disease. 

Raiders sign Jamal Fogarty to three-year deal

The Canberra Raiders have today announced the signing of Gold Coast Titans halfback Jamal Fogarty on a three-year deal.

Free Guy (M) film review

Luke McWilliams gives his review of the 2021 action comedy film, Free Guy, starring Ryan Reynolds.

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