Richard Aedy

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23 Apr 2012

With newsrooms and media outlets becoming increasingly dominated by people with journalism degrees, we find out what is being taught and whether there are anywhere near enough jobs for all the graduates.

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14 Nov 2011

Digital technology gives students access to an extraordinary range of ideas and information and the capacity to instantly shape, and reshape, their work. So is this simply a fantastic tool or is digital technology changing the way we think and learn? Erica McWilliam believes the...


5 Sep 2011

D-I-Y home renovations have led to higher asbestos exposure and a subsequent rise in malignant mesothelioma.

Researchers from the University of Western Australia have found a steady rise in the number of cases of malignant mesothelioma since the mid 1980s in people who've renovated...


29 Aug 2011

One in four Australian households are single occupancy homes, and it's predicted that in the coming decades millions more of us will choose to live alone.

Professor David de Vaus is from the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences at the University of Queensland...


11 Nov 2010

Will the explosion of multimedia entertainment options and devices spell the end of TV? Not according to recent survey results from the UK.

British communications regulator Ofcam found that people still watch around four hours of TV a day, holding a steady share of...

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