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Exploring Space: Cosmic Clouds of Cold Gas Give Birth to Giant Galaxies

Exploring Space: Cosmic Clouds of Cold Gas Give Birth to Giant...

Using radio telescopes in Australia and the US, an international team of scientists has discovered that the biggest galaxies in the universe develop in cosmic clouds of cold gas. Until now scientists believed that these "supergalaxies" formed ..., 11 hours ago
Giant galaxies born in cosmic ocean of cold gas Yahoo! India, 15 hours ago

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Radio Daze: Best of 2016

Supercars: Listen to the best team radio chatter of the 2016 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship season with the latest edition of
 Tasmania Mercury9 hours ago

Radio show prank finds the best bloke in Australia

It seems an Australian radio show has inadvertently found the country's soundest lad. The hosts of the Hamish and Andy Radio Show love playing pranks on their listeners, so Hamish called a random number pretending he needed a reference in order to go for a ...
 Breaking News2 months ago Perfect time to end: Hamish and Andy quit radio  Tasmania Mercury1 day ago Hamish and Andy quit radio gig  Herald Sun1 day ago

England v Australia: James Haskell says hosts must make Wallabies' lives 'hell'

Kick-off: 14:30 GMT Coverage: Listen live on BBC Radio 5 live at 14:30 GMT; text commentary on BBC Sport website. Highlights on BBC Two at 18:00 GMT. England take on Australia on Saturday seeking to equal their all-time winning record of 14 ...
 BBC1 day ago

Radio: Stamp Out Violence, 2

Credits & Description: This weekend, clubs and pubs across Australia will join a national movement to prevent social violence with the launch of the inaugural 'Stamp Out Violence' campaign. Across Australia patrons entering participating venues ...
 AdvertoLog1 day ago DT Joins With Step Back Think In National Movement To Stamp Out Violence  B&T Online1 day ago
Melbourne Age

Musicians sign letter to ABC board protesting Radio National cuts

A long list of Australia's best-known musicians have signed a letter to the ABC Board protesting against the axing of music programs on Radio National. They're asking for assurances about the diversity and amount of new Australian music. They're ...
 ABC Online3 days ago Theyre letting people down: Famous Aussies attack the ABC  The New Daily1 day ago Paul Kelly and hundreds of musos protest cuts to Radio National  Melbourne Age2 days ago Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins and hundreds of local musicians protest against ABC cuts  Sydney Morning Herald3 days ago

Southern Cross Austereo Signs Exclusive Deal With Supercars Australia

Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) has announced it has signed a five-year exclusive radio partnership with Supercars Australia to promote the sport through Triple M. SCA chief executive Grant Blackley said the network is excited to partner with one ...
 B&T Online2 days ago Southern Cross Austereo Partners With American Powerhouse Network PodcastOne to Create PodcastOne Australia  Benzinga.com5 days ago
B&T Online

Radio Launches Streaming App with 250 Stations

In an Australian first, the radio industry has launched RadioApp, a mobile app that allows consumers to live stream 250 Australian radio stations on the go. The free app allows listeners to tune in to Australian radio from anywhere in the world, ...
 C+T Magazine2 days ago Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2040, Friday, December 2, 2016:  eHam.net1 day ago Radio Industry Unveils New Streaming App  B&T Online4 days ago RadioApp arrives boasting access to 250 Aussie stations  AdNews3 days ago

Prisoner X's life in Australia's solitary hell

A PRISONER was kept in his cell for 23 hours a day. He had no TV, no radio and was allowed only one book. When he exercised, his hands were cuffed and his feet were shackled with leg irons, forcing half steps as the chain dragged along the ground.
 Northern Territory News2 days ago
Melbourne Age

Catalyst reporter Mark Horstman, Radio National's Robyn Williams lashes ABC over redundancies

One of ABC's science reporters let go in redundancies affecting Catalyst says he has been "gutted" by the loss of Australia's one-of-a-kind science specialist television team. Mark Horstman described as "bizarre" the decision to axe its half-hour, ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago
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