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  1. Another rate cut possible due to weak economy: Stevens
  2. Why criminalising homosexuality is a public health hazard
  3. South Africa's renewable energy plan needs a close eye
  4. Why it's time the world embraced Wikipedia
  5. Why nuclear power would be a bad option for South Africa
  6. The G7 is right to call for fossil fuel phase-out, but it can happen sooner
  7. NSW ditches another protection for Indigenous people in custody
  8. On the frontier: the intriguing dance of history and fiction
  9. Why I Love: surrounding myself with venomous critters
  10. New solar storm forecasting technique breaks the 24-hour warning barrier for Earth
  11. Explainer: what is 'judicial review'? How does it apply to citizenship?
  12. Ice epidemic or not, heavier use and higher purity is increasing harms
  13. Tailored online NAPLAN better for monitoring high and low achievers
  14. Stanza and deliver – the filmic poetry of Mad Max: Fury Road
  15. Don't give up on orange-bellied parrots yet, there's still hope
  16. Beliefs about innate talent may dissuade students from STEM
  17. Uber 'micropreneurs' signal the end of work as we know it
  18. Why the G7 warning of more sanctions won't worry Russia
  19. G7: We won't be off fossil fuels by 2100 – we'll be burning every last lump of coal
  20. Found: preserved dinosaur cells – but sadly scientists still can't build Jurassic Park
  21. Blanket ban on legals highs could push users towards more dangerous substances
  22. Instead of laying off thousands of staff, HSBC should focus on becoming a model bank
  23. Helicopter or hands-off: today's parents can't seem to win
  24. The deadly poison lurking in a frog the size of your fingernail
  25. Apple's developer conference shows why borrowing other's ideas is a good thing
  26. Act of Killing sequel The Look of Silence unearths deeper truths about Indonesia's violent past
  27. Cameron's EU-turn: Machiavellian manoeuvre or a hand overplayed?
  28. Shorten puts the gender gap on Labor conference's agenda
  29. Crowdsourcing the Serengeti: how citizen scientists classified millions of photos from home
  30. G7: Why Greek economy needs much more than just a debt deal
  31. Scientists anxious about the future of research funding
  32. Apple can't rely on numbers alone to make streaming a success
  33. Your dog could hold the answer to cancer treatments of the future
  34. Government's own 'freedom commissioner' Tim Wilson questions citizenship plan
  35. G7 continues sanctions on Russia — because it's out of other ideas
  36. Real wages show US economy is stronger than you think
  37. What else will we lose when Wisconsin faculty loses tenure?
  38. Will women's soccer ever have a mass following beyond the World Cup?
  39. Explainer: how flogging violates international law
  40. G7: Life under austerity shows why Syriza are fighting it so hard
  41. Detention gag orders make it impossible for doctors to do their job
  42. Even without written codes, ethical standards for human research existed before World War II
  43. RBS sell off is a missed opportunity – and must be a rallying point for protest
  44. The history of shoes has been frivolous, ridiculous and extreme
  45. Pressure growing for Scotland to join other nations in ban on sex trade
  46. A year into the caliphate, how has IS managed to capture so much territory?
  47. Dental implants have been around since ancient times, but new teeth can also fall out
  48. Historical fiction, fictional history: stories we tell about the past
  49. Apartheid continues to cast shadow on equality of opportunity
  50. Gay students still not welcome at South African universities


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