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1 Why was Roman politics so stabby?
2 Trundle school principal and 2021 Australian of the Year nominee John Southon a rural mental health advocate
3 Parkes Shire councillors confirm intentions ahead of September's Local Government elections
4 Female hunters of the early Americas
5 Australia’s mouse plague: six months ago it was war, now whole towns have accepted their presence
6 Aussie mouse plague: PETA cops big backlash for telling farmers not to kill pests
7 Trundle's inspirational Australian John Southon features in podcast
8 Shift in diet allowed gray wolves to survive ice-age mass extinction
9 Australia mice plague sees rodents biting people's feet and crawling over their faces
10 Trundle's John Southon features on Awards Australia podcast
11 Scientists stunned to discover plants beneath mile-deep Greenland ice: Long-lost ice core provides direct evidence that giant ice sheet melted off within the last million years and is highly vulnerable to a warming climate
12 Ancient horse DNA reveals gene flow between Eurasian and North American horses
13 Parkes Shire Council elections: frequently asked questions
14 Classroom invasion: Rural principal reveals horrific details of mice plague
15 School to Work program at Trundle Central School a success thanks to John Grady
16 Rapid shifts in circulation and biogeochemistry of the Southern Ocean during deglacial carbon cycle events
17 Trundle Central School principal John Southon wins leadership award
18 Limited contribution of ancient methane to surface waters of the U.S. Beaufort Sea shelf
19 Country kids left behind as NSW students head back to school
20 Synchronous centennial abrupt events in the ocean and atmosphere during the last deglaciation
21 Ancient Horse DNA Reveals Gene Flow Between North American and Eurasian Horses
22 Australia mouse plague MAPPED: Horrific plague sees mice 'rain from sky'
23 Smiling through the dry: Drought-hit schools work hard to keep students happy
24 Tracking fossil fuel emissions with carbon-14
25 A landscape unseen in over 40000 years | CU Boulder Today
26 Principal at his wit's end watching kids suffer through drought
27 Deep Sea Coral Time Machines Reveal Ancient CO2 Burps – “Pretty Scary”
28 'It gives us amazing flexibility': rural school shares 30-year online learning stint
29 Accelerator-powered carbon dating | symmetry magazine
30 Information sessions for 2021 Parkes Local Government elections are on this month
31 Climate action speaks louder than words
32 "I woke up with a start." What it's like living through the mice plague ravaging eastern Australia.
33 Principal gives hope to community affected by drought
34 A notable message in a short, obscure interview
35 ‘Billion little bastards’: NSW mouse-plague hell
36 Five lots to watch at auction this week including a Soviet propaganda plate
37 An Australian school helps kids cope with drought
38 The Roth Biography Scandal
39 Tattoos, Identity, and The Disturbing Fate of 'Monsieur Bonheur'
40 Volcano ID'd as culprit in cooling event
41 Scientists get a grip on sloth family tree
42 El Nino Swings More Violently in the Industrial Age, Hard Evidence Says | Research Horizons | Georgia Tech's Research News
43 Improved estimates of preindustrial biomass burning reduce the magnitude of aerosol climate forcing in the Southern Hemisphere
44 Biblical plague of mice and snakes panics rural Australia
45 Extinction mystery solved? Evidence suggests humans played a role in monkey's demise in Jamaica
46 Books to Read: The Best Reviews of March
47 Extinction mystery solved? New fossil evidence suggests humans played a role in monkey's demise in Jamaica
48 Release of ancient methane due to changing climate kept in check by ocean waters
49 Fossil beetles suggest that LA climate has been relatively stable for 50000 years: New radiocarbon dating of La Brea Tar Pits beetles indicates that Southern California's Paleoclimate was very similar to today
50 The controversial origin of a symbol of the American west: Research to trace bison's common ancestor helps put to rest the date of its arrival in North America
51 A horse is a horse, of course, of course—except when it isn't
52 Breakthrough in purification of fossil pollen for dating of sediments by a new large-particle on-chip sorter
53 Science News Releases
54 Wastewater treatment plants: An overlooked source of carbon emissions
55 Ice Age carbon mystery: Rising carbon dioxide levels not tied to Pacific Ocean, as had been suspected
56 Dating oldest known petroglyphs in North America
57 School in drought-stricken NSW brings in a therapy dog to support students
58 Elected official under investigation for showing up at women's homes, demanding sex
59 September: Fossil corrals | News and features
60 Early human impacts and ecosystem reorganization in southern-central Africa
61 The evolution of mammalian brain size
62 Hydrogen: Magic pill or magic bean?
63 What doomed the American mastodon? Was it over overkill or overchill?
64 Exodus leaves elderly trapped in drought ghost towns
65 Maya Long Count calendar and European calendar linked using carbon-14 dating | Penn State University
66 Was the Little Ice Age triggered by massive volcanic eruptions?
67 Beatles Abbey Road sign sells for £37,000 at auction
68 Highway Patrol brings Christmas joy to Trundle
69 Nonlinear landscape and cultural response to sea-level rise
70 The age of Clovis—13050 to 12750 cal yr B.P.
71 Oneworld snaps up Southon's 'dazzling' history of murder in Ancient Rome
72 Genetic ancestry changes in Stone to Bronze Age transition in the East European plain
73 Here’s A 21 Y.O. Farmer Telling Pollies Exactly How The Drought Is Hurting Kids
74 La Brea Tar Pits: What has emerged from L.A.'s prehistoric asphalt?
75 Abbey Road among London street signs on sale at auction
76 Rod Oram: Commission's agricultural myopia fails NZ
77 New office for Catherine Southon and appointments at Bonhams and Heritage – the latest Movers and Shakers across the art and antiques world
78 Fossil evidence suggests humans played a role in monkey's demise in Jamaica
79 Birthing to return to Parkes Hospital in March 2021
80 Crookwell man launches appeal to help kids in Trundle
81 Photos: Waipapa chemical spill exercise tests firefighters' skills
82 Abbey Road street sign fetches £37,000 at auction
83 Shipborne eddy covariance observations of methane fluxes constrain Arctic sea emissions
84 Devon shipyard’s new owners plan to expand after £7m rescue
85 Why New Zealanders tolerate inequality
86 Roy Roweth nominated for a Department of Planning, Industry and Environment award
87 ‘On fire’: Fierce 21-year-old grazier Kate McBride confronts minister over drought
88 Bush summit 2019: Rural and regional kids battle for same opportunities as city kids
89 London street signs going for sale
90 Evolution of vegetation and climate variability on the Tibetan Plateau over the past 1.74 million years
91 Southern Institute of Technology Certificate graduates for 2020
92 OUT AND ABOUT IN ORANGE | Parties and events from August 21-23
93 Anna Rawhiti-Connell: Racism by any other name
94 Oceanic efflux of ancient marine dissolved organic carbon in primary marine aerosol
95 Top stories this week (August 27-September 2, 2020) – including news of Charles Hanson purchasing the assets of two struggling UK salerooms
96 Hundreds of Naperville area students named Illinois State Scholars
97 Paleoindian ochre mines in the submerged caves of the Yucatán Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Mexico
98 John Dillinger Is Long Dead and Somehow Still a Troublemaker
99 Defence Minister goes absent without leave
100 Infrastructure for a better future