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The Art of Work Uniforms: How to Create Your Employee Image

Putting forth the best possible image of your business is crucial in building credibility in your brand. Your employees are an extension of your business and are often the firs...

Have Australian researchers developed an effective COVID-19 treatment? Potentially, but we need to wait for human trials

The world is now 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic and we’ve yet to find a single drug that can stop the virus. At best, we can treat the effects of the virus through oxyg...

The story of Rum Jungle: a Cold War-era uranium mine that’s spewed acid into the environment for decades

Gavin Mudd, Author providedBuried in last week’s budget was money for rehabilitating the Rum Jungle uranium mine near Darwin. The exact sum was not disclosed. Rum Jungle used...

New Zealand is overdue for an open and honest debate about 21st-century trade relations

Jane Kelsey, Professor of Law, University of Auckland - avatar Jane Kelsey, Professor of Law, University of Auckland

Anti-TPPA protesters march down Auckland's Queen Street in 2015.GettyImagesWith more countries considering joining the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), New Zealand urgently needs a real public debate on the future of such trade and investment agreements.In February this year the UK formally applied to...

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Have Australian researchers developed an effective COVID-19 treatment? Potentially, but we need to wait for human trials

The world is now 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic and we’ve yet to find a single drug that...

Nial Wheate, Associate Professor of the Sydney Pharmacy School, University of Sydney - avatar Nial Wheate, Associate Professor of the Sydney Pharmacy School, University of Sydney18-05-2021

The story of Rum Jungle: a Cold War-era uranium mine that’s spewed acid into the environment for decades

Gavin Mudd, Author providedBuried in last week’s budget was money for rehabilitating the Rum J...

Gavin Mudd, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, RMIT University - avatar Gavin Mudd, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering, RMIT University18-05-2021

How to survive as a figurative sculptor? WA's The Syndicate is a novel form of philanthropy in the spirit of the Medicis

A gallery view of Paul Kaptein's current show.Ted Snell/author providedFor any serious artist, fundi...

Ted Snell, Honorary Professor, Edith Cowan University - avatar Ted Snell, Honorary Professor, Edith Cowan University18-05-2021

Climate explained: is natural gas really cheaper than renewable electricity?

Shutterstock/AVN Photo LabCC BY-NDClimate Explained is a collaboration between The Conversation, Stu...

Ralph Sims, Professor, School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University - avatar Ralph Sims, Professor, School of Engineering and Advanced Technology, Massey University18-05-2021

New Zealand is overdue for an open and honest debate about 21st-century trade relations

Anti-TPPA protesters march down Auckland's Queen Street in 2015.GettyImagesWith more countries consi...

Jane Kelsey, Professor of Law, University of Auckland - avatar Jane Kelsey, Professor of Law, University of Auckland18-05-2021

ACIC thinks there are no legitimate uses of encryption. They're wrong, and here's why it matters

Australia’s parliament is considering legislation to give new powers to the Australian Crimina...

Gernot Heiser, Scientia Professor and John Lions Chair, UNSW - avatar Gernot Heiser, Scientia Professor and John Lions Chair, UNSW18-05-2021

It can't all be insured: counting the hidden economic impact of floods and bushfires

The Australian government’s latest budget has committed A$210 million for a new climate inform...

Mehmet Ulubasoglu, Professor of Economics, Head of the Department of Economics and Director of the Centre for Energy, the Environment and Natural Disasters, Deakin University - avatar Mehmet Ulubasoglu, Professor of Economics, Head of the Department of Economics and Director of the Centre for Energy, the Environment and Natural Disasters, Deakin University18-05-2021

Question Time reforms are worthy but won't solve the problem of a broken political culture

Schoolchildren are told democracy, especially Australian parliamentary democracy, is a great and glo...

Gregory Melleuish, Professor, School of Humanities and Social Inquiry, University of Wollongong - avatar Gregory Melleuish, Professor, School of Humanities and Social Inquiry, University of Wollongong18-05-2021

Why is accountability for alleged war crimes so hard to achieve in the Israel-Palestinian conflict?

Hatem Moussa/APThe latest outbreak of conflict in Gaza and Israel is escalating rapidly. At the time...

Amy Maguire, Associate Professor in Human Rights and International Law, University of Newcastle - avatar Amy Maguire, Associate Professor in Human Rights and International Law, University of Newcastle18-05-2021

Children, teens and COVID vaccines: where is the evidence at, and when will kids in Australia be eligible?

ShutterstockAdolescents in North America are beginning to roll up their sleeves for the Pfizer-BioNT...

Christopher Blyth, Paediatrician, Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, Telethon Kids Institute, The University of Western Australia - avatar Christopher Blyth, Paediatrician, Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist, Telethon Kids Institute, The University of Western Australia18-05-2021

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YOJU casino review

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Online casino YOJU (https://yoju.casino/) has been providing a comfortable environment for gambling fans since 2020. The platform hosts slot machines, table and live games, jackpots and bingo. This casino has a unique style with 'YOJU's Little Monsters' — each character is responsible for a part of the platform. Dama N.V. operates the brand alon...


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