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  2. campusnews.murdoch.edu.au/general-news/why-should-you-have-to-pay-taxi-drivers-against-2-levy/
    06:02 pm. 18 May 2021. “Why Should You Have To Pay?” – Taxi Drivers Against $2 Levy. By Zoe Keenan There is confusion and frustration in Perth CBD’s taxi ranks after the WA government proposed a $2 levy on all taxi and rideshare trips. . CBD
  3. www.murdoch.edu.au/School-of-Psychology-and-Exercise-Science/_document/Research-Results/E.-Buonaiuto_The-Very-Heavy-Burden.pdf
    “The Very Heavy Burden”: A Mixed Methods Investigation of Media and Masculinity Effects on Male Body Dissatisfaction. Ethics Project Number: 2017/170 Researcher: Eliana Kasichon Buonaiuto Supervisor: Olivia Monson Research Completed: November
  4. campusnews.murdoch.edu.au/local-campus-news/i-want-to-quit-but-just-for-one-day/
    06:01 pm. 18 May 2021. “I want to quit. but just for one day’’. By Emil Bach Andersen The World Health Organisation’s annual drive to encourage smokers to. . Car park catch-up: Emma, Elly, Kenousha, and Hugh take a smoking break at the
  5. campusnews.murdoch.edu.au/general-news/human-meat-demonstration-shocks-fremantle-public/
    06:03 pm. 18 May 2021. “Human meat” demonstration shocks Fremantle public. By Caris Horton. . Event organiser, Jessica Williams, with the “meat models”. A group of vegans has staged a protest against meat-eating and animal cruelty in
  6. campusnews.murdoch.edu.au/environment/scientists-develop-environmentally-friendly-mining-using-electrical-currents/
    05:06 pm. 18 May 2021. “Environmentally friendly” mining discovery sucks ore from ground. byDiagram showing how the new electrokinetic in-situ leaching mining technique works. A new “environmentally friendly” mining technique that pulls
  7. campusnews.murdoch.edu.au/local-campus-news/crazy-sports-league-malaysian-thais-or-singaporean/
    05:42 pm. 18 May 2021. “Crazy” Sports League – Malaysian, Thais or Singaporean? By Karen Bao You may never have heard of it but the hotly contested Gila Liga kicks off on Saturday, October 4. th. with three Murdoch student associations
  8. 12 Jul 2018: This year, NAIDOC Week is recognising the invaluable contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – in their communities, families; Australia’s rich history and to our nation.
  9. 16 Feb 2017: World leading researchers from Murdoch University will be presenting a series of free public lectures on topics as diverse as covert whale research and the use of insects to help solve crimes, starting later this month.
  10. www.murdoch.edu.au/_document/Misc/Murdoch-ARC-Projects.pdf
    ‘Tiresome ticks: Ecology and transmission of tick-borne disease in Australia’. Administering Organisation: Murdoch University. Investigators:. 1 Prof Peter Irwin. Chief Investigator Murdoch University. Murdoch University. 2 Prof Una Ryan Chief
  11. campusnews.murdoch.edu.au/local-campus-news/third-wave-of-asbestos-victims-highest-in-wa/
    06:12 pm. 18 May 2021. ‘Third Wave’ of Asbestos Victims Highest in WA. By Cameron Gair West Australians now have the highest diagnosed rate of in the country and experts have warned the community not to become complacent about the killer disease.

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