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  1. EATING OUT IN CANBERRA THOMAS GREGORY explores Canberra's burgeoning food and wine scene in the much anticipated final instalment of his Woroni lifestyle trilogy
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 30 Article Illustrated
    Canberra Gourmands have never had it so good: almost every week another swanky restaurant, dripping with vacuousness opens its doors to the eager hordes of Australia's ... 2516 words
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  2. THE PARTIES ON CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 22 Article Illustrated
    The Liberal party policy on climate change has changed rapidly this year. Although it refuses to ratify the Kyoto protocol it is proud of the fact that by its measure Australia will nearly reach its Kyoto target of 108% of 1990 emissions by 2010 (109% is the best ... 2345 words
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  3. CLAUDIA Some final words from 2007's Students Association President
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 4 Article Illustrated
    I am a mere thirty-nine days from finishing my term as President, meaning that this is the last piece I will write for Woroni before finishing. Ironically, it is both the easiest and the most difficult piece that I have written ... 1102 words
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  4. WHAT HAPPENED TO THE ROMANCE? Do you ever find yourself thinking that your uni days aren't quite what you had hoped for? TERRY BREWER reports on the romance deficit at ANU.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 16 Article Illustrated
    Few are the days that I am not haunted by the feeling that these years should be better. I don't mean in a 'Girls Gone Wild!' frat-party kind of way (although I'll admit there were a few years when my hopes drifted into these ... 1395 words
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  5. THIRD-PERSON CHAUVINIST GEOFF LEMON dislikes 'no-person's land', loathes 'sportspersonship' and once killed a man who referred to Nepal's 'Him/hermalayas'. Here's why.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 14 Article Illustrated
    It's late, we're bored, and all that pay TV has to offer is beach volleyball. A return of serve lobs toward the baseline, the volleyballer too close to the net to stop it ... 1462 words
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  6. Death at a Funeral Brainspotting
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 37 Article Illustrated
    British comedy is a hell of a thing. It usually comes down to this — if you buy into the style, you go with the flow and laugh. If not, you probably think it's the worst humour on the planet. Think about it — there only seem to be people who love The I could hear the squeak of their blood—stained Dunlop Volleys on the refectory floor. I could smell their foul breath drifting through Union Court. I could ... 2145 words
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  7. TO FUCK THE FACULTY? What happens when you fall in love with one of your teachers and the feeling is mutual? L.C GAINSBOURG inquires into the saucy world of student-staff affairs.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 8 Article Illustrated
    At sixteen, just before commencing my first year of undergraduate studies at the ANU, a friend and I toasted the prospect of "getting to know members of the Faculty [of Law]"—with the obvious implication ... 2388 words
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  8. DEATH OF THE BIRTH MACHINES?
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 November 2007 p 12 Article
    Modern, affluent humanity is suicidal. No, I'm not lamenting the inexorable Systems of Material Progress we erected upon our finite planet; nor am I pointing to the thousands of nukes still quivering on hair trigger alert. Both terrifyingly depressing, ... 1473 words
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  9. THERE'S A LOT MORE HERE THAN BACON AND HAM Maria Taylor talks all things piggy.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Saturday 1 September 2007 p 22 Article Illustrated
    Here's a question: how can we humans be so generous on an individual level and often so callous on the larger scale? — think war, refugees, wildlife losing habitats, caged livestock. Since Priscilla joined our family of humans and pets I think the ... 1056 words
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  10. CELEBRITY POLITICIANS David Butler looks at the battle of style over substance in the upcoming federal election.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Saturday 1 September 2007 p 18 Article Illustrated
    Labor has being demonstrating a tendency for 'celebrity' glitz and glamour over sensible policy recently, parachuting high-profile candidates into seats across the country, and none more important than nearby Eden-Monaro. Ex-military colonel Mike Kelly is a new recruit, marching in to contest the bellwether seat that is set to be crucial to Labors chances this ... 1210 words
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  11. ISLANDS OF CONTRADICTION Petra Kucok gives us an insight into her island paradise, the Solomon Islands.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Saturday 1 September 2007 p 16 Article Illustrated
    To take you on a virtual trip to the Solomon Islands I firstly ask you erase any pre-conceived notion you may already have. The small Qantas plane lands in what seems like the middle of nowhere in a Jungle which you find reminds you of a scene from "Predator". There are palm trees, coconut trees, banana trees, and green, lots and lots of green. Imagine Tropicana; a jungle, imagine an ... 1344 words
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  12. LIBERALS READY TO VOTING IN THE ACT IMPLODE Tully Fletcher considers the future of the Liberal party.
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Saturday 1 September 2007 p 12 Article
    In January this year ANU academic Norman Abjorensen predicted in The Age that an election loss at a federal level could result in the Liberal Party simply 'falling apart'. It's a big statement and a bold prediction, but he's probably right. ... 1184 words
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  13. GENERAL REPRESENTATIVE
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Wednesday 1 August 2007 p 19 Article
    Janet Mills, Kacey Lam, Genevieve Auld, Daniel Dijs, Tim Caddey, Julia Collin, Miriam Dunn, Mark Shew, ... 2167 words
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  14. THIS COULD BE YOU Former Woroni kingpin Chloe Persing offers an up-lifting tale of a kid overcoming all the odds in the face or adversity. At times heartbreaking at others informat...
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Sunday 1 April 2007 p 26 Article
    It's no secret that I hate the career-slash-future orientated issues of magazines, often put out by youth publications, especially after having to construct one of these faux-literary abominations in the past (anything for the advertising buck, right?). I've never been particularly eager to read ... 2068 words
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  15. AND SHOULD TALK HOW A BLISSFUL INFORMED DEBATE DEMYSTIFIED ISLAM DENIS MCCORMACK, CO-FOUNDER OF AUSTRALIANS AGAINST FURTHER IMMIGRATION PARTY. OFFERED THE GATHERING A MASTER-CLASS IN ALIENATION
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Sunday 1 April 2007 p 12 Article Illustrated
    Prejudices people hold in relation to contentious social issues affect the dynamic of society and set the social trajectory of a country. And yet so many subjects are slave to superficial ... 1009 words
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  16. RENEWABLE [?] THE NEW BOA[?] [?]
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Sunday 1 April 2007 p 14 Article Illustrated
    As a climate change campaigner, I am often confronted with the argument that we are helpless to address climate change because renewable energies can never replace coal as a base load energy provider. So, this ... 1052 words
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  17. Books lives in translation COUPLED WITH MEETING ZHENGDAO, READING THIS BOOK HAS TRULY AND HONESTLY REMINDED ME THAT I NEED TO RE-IMMERSE MYSELF IN FRENCH IN ORDER TO 'FIND MYSELF' ...
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Sunday 1 April 2007 p 43 Article Illustrated
    Languages are more than words, they are worlds. In this fascinating collection of personal reflections from academics and writers now living in Australia, multilingualism emerges as an important source of knowledge and richness ... 1373 words
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  18. 21 PAGES TO ENLIGHTENMENT
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Sunday 1 April 2007 p 31 Article Illustrated
    Comic books: love or loathe them, they have been an entertainment mainstay of young people everywhere for the last 50 years or so. Whether the Marvel/DC powerhouse comics (and ... 1622 words
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  19. Why You Should Drink Your Pee
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 March 2007 p 30 Article Illustrated
    That Environment Officer of ours! We asked him to write something, and he gives us this. Dude, this is filthy. But you should read it, and you should buy a poo hat too. Are you concerned about drinking treated sewerage? Do you think it's ... 1009 words
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  20. INTERVIEW WITH GLIKSON. "Hi, I'm Dr. Andrew Glikson, and we need to have a chat about
    Woroni (Canberra, ACT : 1950 - 2007) Thursday 1 March 2007 p 26 Article Illustrated
    Dr. Andrew Glikson is a Visiting Fellow at the Department of Earth and Marine Science and the Planetary Science Institute with a list of publications longer than a bus ride from Tuggerranong for an 8am lecture. His research focus at the ... 1511 words
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