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Are you an aspiring astronomer?

If the answer to this question is a resounding YES, then gain inspiration from a 15 year old Caulfield student.

Reported in last Saturday’s Age newspaper, Will Stamp, a Year 11 student at John Monash Science School, discovered a variable star using his home computer and an interstate telescope. 146 more words

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Positive Psychology News Digest | No. 05/2017

My favorite news and blog articles covering Positive Psychology and adjacent topics from (roughly) the last seven days.

Forbes: Are You Using Apple’s Secret Skill At Work? 139 more words

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Cynics on the Camino

It’s been an awfully long time between posts on this blog. But I have an excuse – I have been off exploring. Among other things, I walked the Camino pilgrimage in Spain, something that’s been on my hit list for a while. 1,021 more words

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No respite for mothers caring for children with a disability | CPEC - The Cerebral Palsy Education Centre

This article in The Age highlights the vital importance of caring for and providing informed support for the mothers and carers of children and adults with significant disabilities. 74 more words

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Concerns grow for five-month-old baby missing from Mornington Peninsula

Published at The Age on January 13 2017.

Concerns are mounting for a five-month-old baby missing from the Mornington Peninsula since last week.

Archie Medwin was last seen on Thursday, January 5, before he vanished from his home in Bittern, 50 kilometres south-east of Melbourne. 47 more words

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Tennis fans face delays due to train suspensions during Australian Open

Published at The Age on January 12 2017.

Tennis fans returning from night sessions of the Australian Open face lengthy delays on some days as trains on four lines are suspended for maintenance and roadworks. 527 more words

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