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The words that dominated Australia’s lexicon in 2019

New words – or neologisms – give expression to hitherto unrealised or articulated ideas, and underscore the adaptability and beauty of the English language. They also reflect the political, social and economic contexts in which they arise. Interestingly, however, the Ozwords shortlist ...

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ACU hit by cyber attack, staff emails compromised

In the second successful cyber attack on a university unearthed in the past month, Australian Catholic University has alerted its community to a data breach. Earlier this month, Australian National University revealed a hacker breached its systems in 2018, accessing ...

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No more Australians needed: ANU poll

The issue of population growth made headlines a number of times in 2018 – Prime Minister Scott Morrison flagged cutting migration and earlier in the year Four Corners explored our readiness for a ‘Big Australia’ – so what does the ...

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