Italian researchers have found some surprising links between the structures of the universe and the human brain.
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A new report says water from the Murray-Darling Basin Plan is not being delivered to wetlands.
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Water pressure in the Great Artesian Basin appears to be recovering as more bores are capped.
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Scientists have peered back hundreds of millions of years to find a genetic link between humans and sponges.
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WaterNSW is investigating allegations that a traditional landowner was offered work in exchange for supporting the raising of the Warragamba dam wall.
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CSIRO scientists have captured rare footage of five Bigfin Squid in the Great Australian Bight ...
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A new study claims that even if human-induced greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced to zero, global temperatures may continue to rise for centuries afterwards.
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Scientists have collected the first fine-scale maps and imagery of reefs and submarine canyons in the rarely visited Arafura Marine Park.
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The NSW Government appears to have paid over $50 million for a “worthless”, contaminated block of land.
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The SA Government has agreed to an inquiry into harassment within State Parliament.
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The CFMEU wants a safety audit of all structures on Queensland mine sites after hazardous storms.
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The Productivity Commission says mental illness costs the Australian economy $220 billion each year.
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Australian engineers have developed a tractor beam to control where lightning strikes.
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UNSW engineers have developed a ‘robotic snake’ device that can grip and pick up objects like an elephant’s trunk.
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New South Wales says it will maintain a $107 billion infrastructure pipeline despite record deficit.
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ASIO has launched a public awareness campaign about foreign spies on social media.
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The Robodebt Class Action appears to have been settled.
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Australia has signed the world's largest trade deal.
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Experts say the federal push to increase gas production is likely to benefit gas exporters, not manufacturers.
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The Queensland Government has added ‘hydrogen’ to the name of its energy department.
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EPA Victoria’s new air quality app should be able to withstand huge bushfire traffic spikes.
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