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In Vino Veritas : Wine Sampler 2
24 IN THE MEDIA THIS MONTH... SCIENCE TOWN HALL DIG YIELDS SECRETS IT'S quite CSI but an archaeological excavation under way at Sydney Town Hall could solve some of the mysteries that lie beneath one of the city's most important buildings. After a preliminary investigation in August, archaeologists have begun excavating what is left of one of restoration of the Town Hall. A team headed by Dr Mary Casey and Tony Lowe has found human remains, including a leg bone, in two of seven graves they expect to hold bone fragments. HEALTH HOW MUCH SLEEP DO YOU GET EACH NIGHT? DIGITAL LIFE PANASONIC UNVEILS MOTHER OF ALL PLASMAS electronics conglomerate Matsushita Electric Industrial introduced on Monday a 381 cm plasma television, which it says is the world's biggest. The new TV boasts four times better resolution quality and offers a screen the size of nine mainly for use as billboards. www.panasonic.com.au not getting enough sleep, putting them at potential risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and low immunity, research shows. A survey asked people randomly selected about their sleep behaviour, sleep medication and insomnia. It also measured their levels of daytime sleepiness and enthusiasm, which is a marker of depression. Those who experienced daytime sleepiness were more likely to get less sleep and had symptoms of insomnia and depression. www.sleepaus.on.net www.insomniacauses.com.au www.sleepbetter.com.au 8 WIN A PLASMA TV 8 8 8
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