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Healing Powers of Ancient Oils Reignite Vitality and Youth

You’ve heard of every diet, every organic tea, and every form of therapy from physio to acupuncture to massage. Why does nothing cure the pain? Douglas Holt, victim of severe sciatica from an accident more than ten years ago, has finally taken control of his life and turned away from frightening addictions to alcohol and painkillers that was once his only remedy to survive each day. 1,172 more words

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Child Poverty Challenged by College Mission Trip, ‘India Immersion’

November 6, 2013

Poverty is paramount and widespread worldwide. However, nine young men from St Leo’s College within the University of Queensland have a dream to cease the suffering. 858 more words

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O Negative at the UQ Blood Drive

May 25, 2013

Following the recent Australian Red Cross Blood Service (ARCBS) media release, ‘Less than two days’ supply of O negative blood’, the University of Queensland’s blood drive has revamped supply, with still one week left on campus. 324 more words

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Caxton Street clash of class, culture, and clubbing

May 6, 2013

Brisbane’s momentous 2013 take of the Caxton Street Seafood and Wine Festival brought culture to the city in the most intoxicated and wasteful form. 292 more words

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Ambitious UQ undergrad shaves for ‘the cure’

March 21, 2013

Twenty-year-old UQ Science student of Grace College, Ms Dannielle Brown, braved the shave at this year’s momentous ‘World’s Greatest Shave’ (WGS), amidst emotions from “fear” to “liberation”, in aid of an admirable cause. 230 more words

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The berth of Tennessee's "Legacy Class"

“The Legacy Class.”

For die-hard Tennessee Volunteer fans, those three words embody the hope of their football team’s return to national prominence after four gut-wrenching years of inept coaching and losing records. 534 more words

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Ticket, Citation Prices on the Rise in Knox County

“And recruits aren’t going to be required to have legible writing, is that right?”

Those were words uttered jokingly by the City of Knoxville’s Mayor Madeline Rogero, in response to Knoxville Police Department’s proposed $5 increase in traffic citations to fund a new e-ticketing system. 226 more words

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