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Findings from Singapore National University Broaden Understanding of Bacterial Infections
Editor at Health & Medicine Week -- New research on Bacterial Infections is the subject of a report.
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Malaysian National News Agency
Permata Kurnia To Work With Relevant Ministries To Develop National Plan For Autism
The National Permata Kurnia Centre, a centre specifically built for children afflicted with autism, will bring on board other relevant ministries to develop a national plan for the condition.
6 hrs ago
[Editorial] SNU election
Korea's most recent democratization movement peaked in 1987, when popular protests forced the then-dictatorial regime to revive the direct vote to elect the president.
10 hrs ago
New principals, learning directors named for Merced schools
Aaron Alexander becomes principal at Reyes Elementary School, replacing Irma Ayala-Olson, who is becoming a learning director at Rivera Middle School.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Chaos in Crimea as Capital Flight from Russia Continues
It is easy for a country like Russia to grab chunks of territory from a smaller country like Ukraine, especially with its modernized special forces.
Sydney Morning Herald
US alliance overcharges and under-delivers, says ANU's Mike McKinley
Australian politicians and diplomats did not receive ''special access'' to US decision makers and US-sourced weapons systems were always late and over budget, he said.
Government contemplates major university shake-up
CHRIS UHLMANN: The Federal Government is seriously considering a major shake-up of the nation's universities.
Leaf shape influences spatial variation in photosynthetic function in Lomatia tinctoria
Andrea Leigh A D , Ross Hill B and Marilyn C. Ball C A School of the Environment, University of Technology, Sydney, PO Box 123, Broadway, NSW 2007, Australia.
Awards success for Coalisland Order of Malta
Cadets from the Coalisland unit of the Order of Malta achieved great success recently when they entered the Regional First Aid competition.
Medical News Today
New way found to fight malaria drug resistance
An anti-malarial treatment that lost its status as the leading weapon against the deadly disease could be given a new lease of life, with new research indicating it simply needs to be administered differently.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
FNU senior lecturer sacked for misusing facilities
The Fijian Teachers Association is currently awaiting the decision of the Vice Chancellor of Fiji National University, Doctor Ganesh Chand after the sacking of senior lecturer, Pita Waqawai.
The Story of Animal Domestication Retold
Many of our ideas about domestication derive from Charles Darwin, whose ideas in turn were strongly influenced by British animal-breeding practices during the 19th century, a period when landowners vigorously pursued systematic livestock improvement.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester County sheriff shares prison ideas in Colombia
Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis' efforts to reduce the number of inmates at the Worcester County House of Correction has attracted international attention, so much so that he was a keynote speaker at a three-day seminar on incarceration in Bogota, Colombia.
Family reels from son's death on the high seas
THE FAMILY of the 22-year-old who's believed to have drowned in Galoa waters is still trying to come to terms with his death.
Let's seize opportunity to revive Canberra's heart
Canberra is sometimes called ''several suburbs in search of a city'', and any visitor to the national capital could be forgiven for agreeing with this assessment.
Redefining Korean cinema
In Bong Joon-ho's 2006 film "The Host," its gigantic, amphibious monster - which emerges after an American military pathologist dumps bottles of formaldehyde into Seoul's Han River - does not move forward.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Sydney Morning Herald
Coalition celebrates a religious Easter: Eight of 19 cabinet members are Catholic
Catholics are in power this Easter, with the highest proportion of ministers of that faith occupying senior positions in a Coalition government.
Master of economic policy
Steven Conroy, son of Patricia and Tom Conroy, Patrick Street, Port, who gratuated from National University of Ireland, Galway, with a first class honours masters in economic policy.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Institute for Public Accuracy
Ukraine Agreement: 'Propaganda' and Low Expectations?
BBC reports : "Russia, the U.S. and the European Union have said that all sides have agreed to steps to "de-escalate" the crisis in Ukraine.
Student's room broken into at FNU campus
A student is horrified after his room in the Fiji National University Nasinu campus was broken into last night while he was sleeping.