We need to protect the heritage of the Apollo missions

It’s 50 years since the two Apollo 11 astronauts – Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin – spent 22 hours collecting samples, deploying experiments and sometimes just playing in the Sea of Tranquillity on the Moon. In doing so, they created an archaeological site unique in human history. Now, with what’s been called the

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Celebrity chef George Calombaris underpayments triple to $7.8m

“The court-enforceable undertaking commits Made Establishment to stringent measures to ensure that current and future employees across their restaurant group are paid correctly,” she said.“Made’s massive back-payment bill should serve as a warning to all employers that if they don’t get workplace compliance right from the beginning, they can spend years cleaning up

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Air travel spreads infections globally, but health advice from inflight magazines can limit that

“Travel safe, travel far, travel wide, and travel often,” says Nomadic Matt, the American who quit his job to travel the world, write about it and coach others to do the same. But there’s a downside to all this travel, with its unprecedented volume of passengers moving from one side of the world

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Titanic door Jack question finally put to Leonardo DiCaprio

The most haunting question in cinema has finally been asked of the man it most concerns: Could Jack have fit with Rose on that Titanic door?Leonardo DiCaprio had the issue put to him as Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie smirked beside him during an MTV News interview this week.Nobody needs reminding, but most

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University dooms human medicine, trains AI to make vaccines

South Australia’s Flinders University has trained an AI to create vaccines from scratch. According to its human overseers, their efforts could soon replace ours.   This flu season has been a particularly storied one, as the news media has already elevated it to “killer” status. At the time of writing, it has ended the lives

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Clive Palmer made payment to mystery woman in Kyrgyzstan, court told

Updated July 17, 2019 13:51:01 Clive Palmer's multi-million-dollar payments to his father-in-law and a mysterious woman in Kyrgyzstan were among the funds he misused from Queensland Nickel coffers before its collapse, a court has heard. Key points:A barrister for government-appointed liquidators said Mr Palmer breached his duties to Queensland Nickel by misusing its

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MH17 anniversary: New Zealander protests Russian consulate

It's really a time for quiet reflection. There will be missed birthdays. The lost opportunity to watch children or grandchildren growing up. There's family reunions that will no longer take place. The passage of five years today since the attack on MH17 doesn't change too much say the families who lost loved ones.SUPPLIEDNanda

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Treating suspected autism at 12 months of age improves children’s language skills

Therapies given to infants before they receive a diagnosis of autism may lead to important improvements in their language abilities, according to our new research published today in the journal Lancet Child and Adolescent Health. Children with autism typically begin therapy after receiving a diagnosis, which usually doesn’t occur until at least two

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Outgoing federal police boss defends lack of investigation into medevac leak | Australia news

The outgoing Australian federal police chief has admitted an investigation into who leaked a sensitive security briefing given to the government on potential risks surrounding the medevac legislation never got off the ground, as officers “immediately” saw a limited prospect of prosecution. Following the February medevac leak, which led to a rebuke from

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Anorexia Not Just A Psychiatric Problem, Scientists Find

An international study has found that the harrowing eating disorder anorexia nervosa is not solely a psychiatric condition but is also driven by problems with metabolism. The finding might shed new light on treatment options and explain why doctors have such a poor track record with helping sufferers overcome the eating disorder.  Head

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