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Melting of Antarctic permafrost speeds up – Brisbane Times



Christian Science Monitor
Melting of Antarctic permafrost speeds up
Brisbane Times
The accelerating melt of permafrost, a startling feature of the Arctic under climate change, has been pinpointed for the first time in Antarctica. Ground previously frozen over a geological time scale in one of the McMurdo Dry Valleys is said to be melting at a rate 
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Three-way shootout: smartphone cameras – Brisbane Times



Brisbane Times
Three-way shootout: smartphone cameras
Brisbane Times
Jenneth Orantia puts the cameras of the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One to test. Tweet · Pin It · submit to reddit · Email article · Print · Reprints & permissions. Apple iPhone 5, HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4: Who comes out on top? It was a wise 
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Are you 4Real: New Zealand says no to bizarre baby names – Brisbane Times – Brisbane Times



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Are you 4Real: New Zealand says no to bizarre baby names – Brisbane Times
Brisbane Times
New Zealand officials have released a list of baby names put forward by parents that were rejected because they were too bizarre or offensive, including Lucifer and Mafia No Fear. The list of 77 names reveals one child was set to be called Anal before the
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Cronk’s off-season effort pays off – Brisbane Times



The Age
Cronk's off-season effort pays off
Brisbane Times
Cooper Cronk won't say exactly why he decided to spend his downtime last November doing altitude training with the Brisbane Lions in Arizona. "I don't want to go into that – it's just something that interested me," Cronk told said late on Saturday night.
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Shark wrestling hero sacked – Brisbane Times



Brisbane Times
Shark wrestling hero sacked
Brisbane Times
A Welsh tourist who helped wrestle a shark at Caloundra is shocked after being sacked from his job, maintaining he was on leave with "work related stress". 13/03/13. Man sacked for wrestling shark while on sick leave. Man reprimands McDonalds patrons

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China backs US to curb its neighbour – Brisbane Times



Brisbane Times
China backs US to curb its neighbour
Brisbane Times
Talking tough: The US ambassador to the UN Susan Rice says North Korea will be "subject to some of the toughest sanctions imposed by the United Nations". Photo: Reuters. Bolstered by support from China, the United States has introduced a draft resolution
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Computer glitch suspends Mars rover – Brisbane Times



Brisbane Times
Computer glitch suspends Mars rover
Brisbane Times
A computer glitch, possibly caused by radiation, has put the Mars rover Curiosity's first attempt to analyse powder from inside an ancient rock on hold. Engineers said they hope the NASA rover can resume limited science operations this week. "I don't expect
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Aust must lead way against shark fin trade – Brisbane Times



National Geographic
Aust must lead way against shark fin trade
Brisbane Times
Conservationists are calling on Australia to take a stand to protect several shark species threatened by the multi-million dollar shark fin trade to Asia, especially China. The call comes as delegates of 178 nations meet on Sunday at the United Nations
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EU report blasts Israeli zoning, urges sanctions – Brisbane Times



Brisbane Times
EU report blasts Israeli zoning, urges sanctions
Brisbane Times
RECOMMENDING economic sanctions against Israeli settlements, a scathing report from European Union consulates accuses Israel of illegally annexing East Jerusalem and ''systematically undermining Palestinian presence'' in the city. It found settlement
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AG Dept rules out review of Zygier’s case – Brisbane Times



Sydney Morning Herald
AG Dept rules out review of Zygier's case
Brisbane Times
Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus doesn't see a need for a review in his department of what Australia's spy agencies might have known about the case of Ben Zygier, the Australian who died in an Israeli jail. Foreign Minister Bob Carr has ordered a review of his
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