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Lambie lobbies for Tasmania TAFE funds

Senator Jacqui Lambie wants some of the $4 billion in federal money earmarked for drought and flood relief to be diverted to TAFE in Tasmania. The crossbencher, who recently brokered a deal to wipe the state’s historic public housing debt ...

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Scientists back climate civil disobedience

In a joint declaration, climate scientists, physicists, biologists, engineers and others from at least 20 countries broke with the caution traditionally associated with academia to side with peaceful protesters courting arrest from Amsterdam to Melbourne. Wearing white laboratory coats to ...

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NZ research maps Antarctic melting risk

If global temperatures heat up over the coming centuries then sea levels could rise up to 20 metres due to Antarctic ice sheets capable of melting under current carbon dioxide levels, a New Zealand study has found. The Victoria University ...

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