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2 hrs ago | Fiji Times
WITNESSING young girls in her community fall pregnant at an early age prompted 25-year-old Verenaisi Rokana to address issues faced by youths.
6 hrs ago | Fiji Times
TERTIARY institutions wanting to develop new programs will have to first request permission from the Fiji Higher Education Commission before offering the courses to students.
Australian Defence Force personnel will be walking into a volatile situation at the MH17 crash site in Ukraine which they are not prepared for, a senior Defence figure in Australia has warned.
Ranked a Tier 1 Best National University by U.S. News & World Report , regionally accredited Florida Tech is introducing the aviation industry's only Bachelor of Arts in Aviation Management offered 100% online.
A group of scientists and academics from Kazakhstan have set off in the footsteps of a renowned 19th-century Kazakhstani explorer to highlight the tourism potential of the ancient trade routes linking Central Asia and western China.
Looking the part of a CIA agent might be an asset in the social circles of Santa Fe, but it is a distinct liability in Colombia if you really are in fact a dedicated, kind, hard-working cultural anthropologist and professor.
In our previous study, stem cells isolated from the human anterior cruciate ligament were shown to possess extensive proliferation and differentiation capabilities when treated with specific growth factors."
Guests and movie producers were recognised for their work at the opening of the FNU movie festival at the Raiwai campus on Tuesday night.
FORMER Natonin mayor Ana Maria Paz Rafael-Banaag recently received a full scholarship leadership grant from the Australian government together with six other Filipinos.
But being highly dependent on Russia's large supplies of natural gas stopped the EU leaders to target the country's major companies and industries.
Australia's pioneering carbon-pricing mechanism has failed to survive its infancy.
Arch is a medical device company developing a novel approach to stop bleeding and control leaking during surgery and trauma care.
AUSTRALIA'S failure to build on its links with ASEAN nations amid China's growing influence in the region will have long-term repercussions, analysts say.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:31 pm
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