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Gough Whitlam : Education Article In Memorium: Gough Whitlam

Former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam has passed away at the age of 98, a man described by his children as "a loving and generous father... a source of inspiration to us... and for millions of Australians". Read More ...

 

stonehenge  : Education ArticleEducation: Stonehenge

Scientists from the University of Birmingham claim they've discovered a series of previously undiscovered monuments that include structures that were believed to be used for rituals, as well as a "timber building" that was "used for burial of the dead" during "de-fleshing". Read More ...

 

Laniakea Superclusters : Education Article Education: Laniakea Superclusters

The new boundries of Laniakea  shows that our Milky Way is placed within an enormous network of similar neighbouring galaxies that stretches across over 520 million light years. Read More ...

 

Rosetta Spacecraft - Face To Face with a Moving Comet  : Education ArticleEducation: Rosetta Spacecraft - Face To Face with a Moving Comet

The comet crossed paths with the magnificent machine on 6 August 2014 and is the first mission in history to escort a comet as it orbits the Sun. Read More ...

 

solar superstorm near miss : Education Article Education: Solar Superstorm Near Miss

Our little blue planet Earth experienced an extreme solar storm - the most powerful in more than 150 years - in which a "powerful coronal mass ejection (CME)" ripped through Earth's orbit. Read More ...

 

Yellowstone Supervolcano : Education ArticleEducation: Yellowstone Super Volcano

This new revelation means that Yellowstone's super volcano is actually two and a half times bigger than estimated previously - making it the largest known magma reservoir on Earth. Read More ...

 

Meteor Strikes Australia? : Education Article Education: Meteor Strikes Australia?

NASA was quick to alert the world that "a seven-metre, three-tonne, cylindrical object" would "plunge to Earth", not that it did much good. Read More ...

 

Hubble Captures A Star Exploding : Education ArticleEducation: Hubble Captures A Star Exploding

This is not a computer simulation. It's an actual time-lapse video taken over four years by the Hubble—and scientists don't know its origin yet. Read More ...

 

Education: Protecting Our Horticulture Industry Education: Protecting Our Horticulture Industry

The Horticulture Industry in Australia is worth multi millions of dollars annually and the effect of exotic pests can be devestating. What you can do to prevent the spread of pests and disease. Read More ...

 

Recycling Tips : Education ArticleEducation: Recycling Tips

There are more ways of getting rid of your rubbish and unwanted property than just filling your bins up each week. Look what some of the creative people amongst us do with their rubbish. Read More ...

 

Education: Getting A Human Resources Certificate Education: Getting A Human Resources Certificate

Human resource specialists are an advantage to medium-sized organisations and, to large companies, they are simply indispensable. Read More ...

 

Careers: Import Export DiplomaEducation: Import Export Diploma

Whether you are trying to get a job at an international trade company or you want your business to reach international shores, having an import export diploma will work to your advantage. Read More ...

 

Careers: Advertising Certificate Courses Education: Advertising Certificate Courses

Advertising a multibillion dollar industry today and creating more projects and jobs that pay well. The advent of online advertising has made it a more coveted industry than it already is. Read More ...

 

Careers: Frontline Management TipsCareers: Frontline Management Tips

Many senior managers are reportedly not satisfied with the performance of their frontline managers but it's more of a result of inadequate or inefficient training more than frontline managers actually lacking skills. Read More ...

 

Education: Careers in Sports Management Education: Careers in Sports Management 

Get involved in sports and follow your heart's desire by building a career or furthering your career in sports management with a Sports Management Certificate. Read More ...

 

The Place Beyond The Pines Latest Movie ReviewCareers: Work-Life Balance 

Work-life balance, a concept pulled from the technological revolution, is quickly turning into one of the most important benefits to workers. However, only few declare to have it. Read More ...

 

Careers: Engaged vs Disengaged Workers Careers: Engaged vs Disengaged Workers

One in five of your colleagues who are not pulling their weight or who are what the jargonists would call "actively disengaged" people at work. Read More ...

 

Education: Solar FlaresEducation: Solar Flares

The sky is falling, the sky is falling! Well, that's what most Mayan soothsayers may be saying, as Earth prepares itself to be bombarded by the second biggest flare of the Solar Cycle. Read More ...

 

Education: The Story Of Sushi Education: The Story Of Sushi 

The world's fishing fleets are losing $50 billion USD each year through depleted stocks and poor fisheries management and half the world's fishing fleet could be scrapped with no change in catch. Read More ...

 

Education: Alice Springs School Of The AirEducation: Alice Springs School Of The Air

The School offers a wide range of educational services and activities to isolated primary children in NT, the extreme north of South Australia and Western Australia. Read More ...

 

Education: Supernovas Education: Supernovas

A shock wave rips through and ejects the material in a bright expanding photosphere. Much of the brightness comes from the heat of the radioactive nickel as it decays to cobalt. Read More ...

 

Education: Underground Bosnian PyramidsEducation: Underground Bosnian Pyramids

Two years ago, a new page of history began to be written with the discovery of The Bosnian Pyramid, the first European pyramid to be discovered located in the heart of Bosnia. Read More ...

 

Education: New Earth Found Education: New Earth Found

NASA has confirmed that it's Kepler mission has discovered its first planet in the "habitable zone", the region where liquid water could exist on a planet's surface. Read More ...

 

Careers: What Skills Are Needed To Work In RetailCareers: What Skills Are Needed To Work In Retail

Whether you are selling shoes, computers, cars or even the latest Zara fashion - retail salespeople must assist customers in finding what they are looking for. Read More ...

 

Careers: How To Become A Good School Teacher Careers: How To Become A Good School Teacher 

Teaching is the only profession that almost every Australian has or will be exposed to at some stage in their life, because in some way, everyone has and will be a student. Read More ...

 

Oz: The Great and Powerful Movie Review Education: Voting Effectively

With an Australian Federal election coming up it is important to listen to what is said by the major political parties and then sort out what you think is important. Read More ...

 

Careers: Office Pranks Careers: Office Pranks 

We all know returning to the office can be one heck of a hard task after spending the a fortnight on holidays sitting in the sun and drinking at odd hours of the day. Read More ...

 

Careers: Stressed Out WorkersCareers: Stressed Out Workers

A study used a test group of nurses who all worked in British hospitals and who agreed to have their respective blood pressures monitored every 30 minutes. Read More ...

 

Careers: Smoking Breaks At Work Careers: Smoking Breaks At Work 

The issue of smoking breaks, or 'smokos', in the workplace are beginning to polarise smokers and non-smokers, with many recent surveys and polls suggesting that non-smokers are not too happy with their nicotine neighbours. Read More ...

 

Oz: The Great and Powerful Movie Review Education: Bullying In Schools

The Australian Goverment has recently announced that starting in 2012, the annual National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence is to be held in the third week of March each year to raise community awareness about bullying and violence. Read More ...

 

Education: Bilingual Learning In Schools Education: Bilingual Learning In Schools 

On top of two and a half hours of Japanese literacy each week, students learn entirely in Japanese for one hour per week in humanities, science, art, music and physical education. Read More ...

 

Education: Queen Elizabeth IIEducation: Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II, Head of State of Australia and, as at next July, will have served as reigning monarch for 58 years, second only to Queen Victoria. Read More ...

 

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