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Look at this fking tackle

This is one of the best dang tackles you will ever seen, in any sport. Ruan Sims dumps Karina Brown This perfectly brutal poetry is courtesy of New South Wales’ Ruan Sims, who delivered the bone-crunching hit in the Women’s State of Origin in Australia over the weekend. Show More Summary

World-first ketamine trial shows promise for geriatric depression

(University of New South Wales) Australian researchers have completed the world's first randomised control trial (RCT) assessing the efficacy and safety of ketamine as a treatment for depression in elderly patients.

Artist Peter Smeeth awarded 2017 Packing Room Prize for his portrait of Lisa Wilkinson

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

For 35 years Art Gallery of New South Wales head packer, Steve Peters, with 51% of the vote, has maintained that the Packing Room Prize should be awarded to a portrait, ?that?s good and looks just like the sitter.? In 2017, his final...Show More Summary

Improving the 'wait and see' approach in MDS blood cancer treatment

(University of New South Wales) Researchers are closer to helping the 50 per cent of people with a group of blood disorders that can transform into acute leukaemia, but who don't respond to the best available treatment.

Did life begin on land rather than in the sea?

For three years, Tara Djokic, a Ph.D. student at the University of New South Wales Sydney, scoured the forbidding landscape of the Pilbara region of Western Australia looking for clues to how ancient microbes could have produced the abundant stromatolites that were discovered there in the 1970s.

Record-breaking marine heatwave powered by climate change cooks Tasmania's fisheries

(University of New South Wales) Climate change has warmed the waters east of Tasmania at four times the speed of the global average. But the heatwave of the southern summer of 2015/2016 was something exceptional, damaging fisheries and bringing new species to the island. It's a sign of things to come, say the researchers examining these events.

Stronger winds heat up West Antarctic ice melt

(University of New South Wales) Stronger winds 6000kms away on the East Antarctic, have generated waves that circle the continent at almost 700kmh. When these waves meet the steep underwater topography of the West Antarctic Peninsula they push warm water under the ice shelves. Show More Summary

Top international award for UNSW Sydney climate scientist

(University of New South Wales) The prestigious Tinker-Muse Prize for Science and Policy in Antarctica for 2017 has been awarded to University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney) scientist Professor Matthew England in recognition of his outstanding research, leadership and advocacy for Antarctic science.

Rugby-Cheika sends Wallabies to the country to build fitness

SYDNEY, July 14 (Reuters) - Australia coach Michael Cheika will run his players through two training camps in rural New South Wales before the Wallabies begin their unlikely quest to wrest back the Bledisloe Cup from New Zealand.

Sydney Is Getting A $35 Million Startup Hub

The New South Wales government is providing $35 million towards a massive startup hub spanning 11 floors in downtown Sydney. The Sydney Startup Hub will cover 17,000 square metres — roughly the size of the Sydney Cricket Ground — in 11-31 York Street. Here are the details. More »      

'Aquaman' Co-Stars Jason Momoa & Amber Heard Hit Up Rugby Match With His Cute Kids

Jason Momoa and Amber Heard are bonding on and off set of Aquaman. The co-stars attended the 2017 State of Origin rugby tournament between the Queensland Maroons and New South Wales Blues at Suncorp Stadium on Wednesday night (July 12) in Brisbane, Australia. Jason and Amber were joined by his children – Lola, 9, and [...]

NSW: More young people steering away from driver’s licence

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Statistics sourced from Transport for New South Wales (NSW) show that more people aged between 17-20 are choosing to go without a driver’s licence, with the last five years showing a slow, but steady decline. While licence rates across all age groups are slightly up from 10 years ago, 17 to 20-year olds and 21 […]

Australia’s ‘Daily Telegraph’ Reports That Same-Sex Attraction is a Health Issue Dangerous to Kids

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The Rupert Murdoch-owned Daily Telegraph in Australia published this chart today showing dangerous health issues for young people living in the state of New South Wales. Among them: alcohol abuse, psychological distress, drug abuse,Show More Summary

It’s Time To Move On From Notion Of Baseload Power, Says New South Wales Coalition

Don Harwin, the energy minister of the NSW Coalition government, has made a dramatic departure from the bulk of his state and federal colleagues by declaring that it was time to move on from the notion of “baseload” power as essential...Show More Summary

Australia’s Troubled E-7A “Wedgetail” AWACS Program

E-7A Wedgetail over New South Wales (click to view full) The island continent of Australia faces a number of unique security challenges that stem from its geography. The continent may be separated from its neighbors by large expanses of ocean, but it also resides within a potential arc of instability, and has a number of […]

Bika stops Sharp in seven

2 weeks agoSports / Boxing : FightNews.com

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing Former WBC super middleweight champion Sakio “The Scorpion” Bika (33-7-3, 22 KOs) stopped Luke Sharp (14-6-3, 6 KOs) at the Fraternity club, Fairy Meadow, New South Wales, Australia on Saturday. The referee called the fight off in round seven of the scheduled twelve round bout. Show More Summary

Cubic and Transport for New South Wales Launch First Trial of Open Payment Technology in Australia

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) has announced its participation in the first transport open payment trial in Australia with its customer Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW), similar to the technology in London

A Bouncy Baby Kangaroo Takes His First Hops Under the Watchful Eye of His Doting Mother

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A very bouncy eastern grey kangaroo joey named Jellybean took his first adorable hopping steps at the Australian Reptile Park in Somersby, New South Wales. The very active Jellybean remained under the watchful eye of his doting mother during this outing, except, of course, when he mischievously hopped right beneath her. Show More Summary

These Screen Printed Batteries 'Could Be The Future Of Australian Manufacturing'

Ultra-thin, flexible screen-printed batteries for portable devices and renewable energy are closer to reality - thanks to a project by University of New South Wales, University of Queensland and Brisbane manufacturer Printed Energy. More »      

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