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July 2015

By Scott Ashby I’m a fifth year medical student, who started my proper clinical placements this year. Yesterday, I was in surgery, and was asked to scrub in so I could get close enough to see and participate. What happened was as follows: When scrubbing I tried

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By Ned Hirst Tony Abbott is a self-described “conservative warrior.” Increasingly it seems as though the “conservative” is just a place-filler. Admittedly, to describe oneself as simply a warrior gives the impression that one is some kind of Braveheart figure (and given Abbott’s obsession with the

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By Adrian Rook Last year’s federal budget was big news for all the wrong reasons. Commentators were using words like ‘cruel’ and ‘unfair’ to describe it. In comparison, coverage of this year’s budget has been muted. Skimming the newspapers gives you a sense of the main

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Divya Venkataraman provides some responses to throw into your next asylum seeker oriented conversation. [caption id="attachment_4537" align="aligncenter" width="500"] A distressed vessel discovered by the US Navy (USN) Oliver Hazard Perry Class Guided Missile Frigate USS RENTZ (FFG 46) 300 miles from shore with 90 people on

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