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Henry Wagons - Kitchen Spy

I recently had the pleasure of meeting alt-country singer, songwriter and producer Henry Wagons at his holiday shack-cum- recording studio Goldview, in Mount Martha. We talked whiskey, hot sauce and slow-cooked meats among other things – read on to find out more. 141 more words

Food

Scienceweek challenge: In search of a name with universal appeal

I woke up on Saturday to find I had a front page story in The Age. It’s about Scienceweek and a campaign the Mount Burnett Observatory Association is involved in where the public can suggest names for newly discovered exoplanets – planets in solar systems other than our own. 290 more words

People

Space junk expert charts fragments to avoid 'Gravity'-style satellite wipeout

Australia is one of the world’s most space-reliant nations, with satellites delivering security and services to a far-flung population. The vital orbital devices are under threat, thanks to an estimated 300,000 space junk fragments that must be tracked – complex work with an epic precedent, according to the CEO of the Cooperative Research Centre for Space Environment Management, Dr Ben Greene. 6 more words

Sydney Morning Herald

Lecture: Investigative Journalism

http://webstat.latrobe.edu.au/www/marketing/assets/podcasts/publiclectures/140812-richard-baker.mp3Download lecture: Investigative Journalism

How does investigative journalism differ from other forms of writing and reporting? Richard Baker (investigative journalist, The Age) talks about the long game of developing stories, maintaining sources, and issues of confidentiality. 103 more words

Lecture

Recruiting Muslims to Team Australia Harder than Recruiting them to Terrorism

By Con George-Kotzabasis August 10, 2014

Reply to ‘Recruiting Muslims to Team Australia’ by Waleed Aly

The Age, August 8, 2014

Waleed Aly, since his acquisition of celebrity status by his prominence, but not cerebral preeminence, on the screens of the ABC and the pages of… 1,111 more words

Politics

Recruiting Muslims to Team Australia Harder than Recruiting them to Terrorism

By Con George-Kotzabasis August 10, 2014

Reply to ‘Recruiting Muslims to Team Australia’ by Waleed Aly

The Age, August 8, 2014

Waleed Aly, since his acquisition of celebrity status by his prominence, but not cerebral preeminence, on the screens of the ABC and the pages of… 1,111 more words

Kotzabasis

Recruiting Muslims to Team Australia Harder than Recruiting them to Terrorism

By Con George-Kotzabasis August 10, 2014

Reply to ‘Recruiting Muslims to Team Australia’ by Waleed Aly

The Age, August 8, 2014

Waleed Aly, since his acquisition of celebrity status by his prominence, but not cerebral pre-eminence, on the screens of the ABC and the pages of… 1,109 more words

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