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How To Clean Old Stains From The Carpet?

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Carpet stains can be a problem for people who like their carpet neat and clean. A carpet affected with stain looks ugly and ruin its beauty. It's always recommended to clean the carpet before a stain ...

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'Soil probiotics' promise bigger, healthier crops, but there's a downside

Adam Frew, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Charles Sturt University - avatar Adam Frew, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Charles Sturt University

Crops, soils and fungus are a tricky mix. Jan Kroon, CC BYMore than half the world’s plant-derived energy intake comes from just three crops: rice, wheat and maize. These crops, like most land p...

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The English-only NT parliament is undermining healthy democracy by excluding Aboriginal languages

Ben Grimes, Lecturer in Law, Charles Darwin University - avatar Ben Grimes, Lecturer in Law, Charles Darwin University

Yingiya Guyula (seated right) wants to be allowed to use the Yolngu Matha language in the NT Legislative Assembly to represent his electorate. Yingiya GuyulaAfter Yingiya Guyula was elected as a membe...

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A priest says sceptics should stop demanding proof of climate change, as that's not how science works

Chris Mulherin, Lecturer, Executive Director of ISCAST–Christians in Science, and Anglican minister, University of Melbourne - avatar Chris Mulherin, Lecturer, Executive Director of ISCAST–Christians in Science, and Anglican minister, University of Melbourne

An Anglican priest teaching climate change is often asked about the difference between science and faith. Shutterstock/catalina.mAs an Anglican priest teaching in philosophy and in climate change at t...

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Helping farmers in distress doesn't help them be the best: the drought relief dilemma

Neal Hughes, Senior Economist, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) - avatar Neal Hughes, Senior Economist, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES)

Two years ago we were celebrating just about the best year for farmers ever. Now many farmers – particularly in New South Wales and southern Queensland – are in the grip of drought. It u...

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Requiem or renewal? This is how a tropical city like Darwin can regain its cool

Lawrence Nield, Professor of Practice, School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Newcastle - avatar Lawrence Nield, Professor of Practice, School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Newcastle

A vine shade structure being installed in Cavenagh Street will help cool the hottest street in Darwin city centre. Author providedOn my way to work, I walk across the intersection of Knuckey and Wood ...

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Blood type, Pioppi, gluten-free and Mediterranean – which popular diets are fads?

Clare Collins, Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Newcastle - avatar Clare Collins, Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics, University of Newcastle

You might lose weight in the short term but fad diets are impossible to sustain. saltodemata/shutterstockEach year, new weight loss diets appear that promise to reveal the ultimate secret of success &...

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