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Defects are not so much a technological problem as a sociological problem.

It's the system for building systems that we should be correcting.

The only unforgivable failure is the failure to learn from past failure.

Tom DeMarco: "Controlling Software Projects - Management Measurement & Estimation"

The lamp of experience... I know of no way of judging the future but by the past.

Patrick Henry

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Wed Oct 18 20:08:47 UTC 2017
Man shot in groin, cars set alight in Canberra's south overnight
A man was shot in the groin and shoulder and two cars set alight in what appears a targeted attack.
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Wed Oct 18 20:04:31 UTC 2017
In Italian schools: reading, writing and recognising conspiracy theory
After reading the horrors in Dante's "Inferno," Italian students will soon turn to the dangers of the digital age.
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Wed Oct 18 19:57:02 UTC 2017
Man wanted for sexual assault on Melbourne train
A hunt is under way for a man who sexually assaulted a woman on a Melbourne train last week.
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Wed Oct 18 19:56:10 UTC 2017
The gruesome nerve agent assassination of Kim Jong-un's brother
On the morning of February 13, a pudgy, balding, middle-aged man approached a self-check-in kiosk in a terminal of Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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Wed Oct 18 19:52:54 UTC 2017
How long have you got left? Find out with our life expectancy interactive
Do you expect to live for another 20, 50 or maybe even 100 years?
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Wed Oct 18 19:43:29 UTC 2017
Canberra Now: Woden's sunlight under the spotlight and NDIS delay
From gun-related violence in Fisher to keeping the sun shining in Woden, here's the latest news.
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Wed Oct 18 19:40:40 UTC 2017
Five young job seekers competing for every entry-level job
Since leaving school in year 11, Zak Pawliw, 21, has been studying website design at TAFE and is facing tough competition in trying to get his first job.
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Wed Oct 18 19:36:36 UTC 2017
Australia grilled on human rights by UN
Former prime minister Tony Abbott's attack on a 2015 report into children in immigration detention has been raised during a United Nations examination of Australia's human rights record.
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Wed Oct 18 19:30:44 UTC 2017
Attempt to derail Victoria's voluntary euthanasia vote fails
A last ditch bid to derail a vote in State Parliament on voluntary euthanasia laws has failed.
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Wed Oct 18 19:23:04 UTC 2017
Brave new world for taxis: what the proposed law changes mean
Taxi drivers will war over customers under a proposed deregulated market, a spokesman says.
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Wed Oct 18 18:58:51 UTC 2017
Xi Jinping flags reforms to China's 'abusive' discipline regime
China will end the controversial practice of "shuanggui" - or extra-judicial Communist Party-based discipline - against corruption suspects, which had been labelled "abusive" by human rights groups.
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Wed Oct 18 19:40:15 UTC 2017
Jesus Campos, security guard in Las Vegas shooting resurfaces
The security guard who was described as "missing" in recent news reports has turned up on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
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Wed Oct 18 18:38:38 UTC 2017
Melbourne Express: Thursday, October 19, 2017
Melbourne Express is your morning primer - a live blog with breaking news, headlines, transport updates and weather.
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Wed Oct 18 19:50:39 UTC 2017
Donald Trump denies telling army widow her husband 'knew what he signed up for'
President Donald Trump labelled the congresswoman's account a "total fabrication" but she has hit back.
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Wed Oct 18 16:53:16 UTC 2017
Ten, CBS, Wilkinson and Weinstein the hot topics of conversation in Cannes
Tectonic shifts in Australia's media landscape, along with the Weinstein scandal, are driving industry chatter at the annual TV market Mipcom in Cannes.
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Wed Oct 18 15:07:04 UTC 2017
Man Booker: Why George Saunders has the right stuff with Lincoln in the Bardo
George Saunders' Lincoln in the Bardo is a worthy winner of the Man Booker Prize.
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Wed Oct 18 14:44:10 UTC 2017
How maths killed the company tax cut
The company tax cut is dead. Maths killed it, last week.
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Wed Oct 18 14:43:29 UTC 2017
Trauma among police officers: why the thin blue line needs reinforcing
The system failed Ashley Bryant. It destroyed his health, then left him, alone and with insufficient resources, to cope with the consequences.
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Wed Oct 18 14:41:55 UTC 2017
Job cuts on the way, but don't be fooled by 'gas crisis' spin
Producing high-cost onshore gas is not going to bring the price of domestic gas down and stop further job redundancies.
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Wed Oct 18 14:19:17 UTC 2017
Welfare spending rises as home ownership declines: report
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare paints a mixed picture of the country's wellbeing in its latest report.
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