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He was most recently co-founder and associate editor of the Business Spectator website and an associate editor and senior columnist at The Australian.
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The extra health costs associated with the premature loss of life and admissions to hospitals was estimated to be $2 billion, Professor Fay Johnston, a specialist in environmental health at the University of Tasmania, told the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements.
· Australia's summer bushfire smoke killed 445 and put thousands in hospital, inquiry hears →
Associate Professor Fay Johnston, an environmental health expert from the University of Tasmania, said the health problems from bushfire smoke were much greater than the health impact of the fires themselves.
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His phone was later found in the hands of drug associates at Wurruk on the outskirts of Sale.
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BMY became keenly aware of the challenges associated with Event-Driven studies.
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Tony Wright is the associate editor and special writer for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.
· Michael Moore film Planet of the Humans removed from YouTube →
Smith, who has previously worked on energy and environmental issues, said he did not want his work associated with something he disagreed with.
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Mr. Taparia is a clinical associate professor at the New York University Stern School of Business.