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Wolbachia increasing in Yogyakarta sites


Wolbachia is steadily increasing in the mosquito populations of Jomblangan and Singosaren, our most recent field trial sites in Indonesia. 
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The Sydney Morning Herald: Don't let the bedbugs bite, ever again: new treatments could help win war on pests



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The Cairns Post: Scientists have dengue fever on the run in Cairns



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No dengue transmission in Wolbachia release sites in Cairns


Queensland Health has recently confirmed a number of dengue cases in the Cairns region.
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ABC News: Townsville Eliminate Dengue project makes progress and expands



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Program newsletter #9


Follow our research Next steps for Eliminate Dengue in 2015 Australia: First city-wide trial begins in Townsville Brazil: Early results...
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Students spread the word about Wolbachia


Six Colombian teenagers have taken on the role of ‘teacher’ for a day to share information about the Eliminate Dengue project with their fellow students.
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Community joins release ceremony in Bantul


Community members and local governments welcomed the launch of field trials in the Bantul district of Yogyakarta this week
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Berita satu: Yogyakarta trials natural solution to combat dengue



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Releases complete on Tri Nguyen Island


We have now completed the release of Wolbachia mosquitoes on Tri Nguyen Island, on the south central coast of Vietnam.
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Wolbachia mosquitoes released in first city-wide trial


Our first city-wide trial has begun in Townsville today (30 October 2014)
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ABC News: Bacteria-infected mosquitoes to fight dengue fever in north Queensland



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Townsville Bulletin: Infected mozzies put bite on dengue



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The World Today with Eleanor Hall: Backyard mosquito breeding helps dengue fight



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ABC Lateline: Dengue eradication experiment



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City-wide trial to begin in Townsville


With government approval and community support, our first city-wide field trial will begin at the end of this month in Townsville, in northern Australia.
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Governor confirms support for Indonesian trials


The Governor of Yogyakarta has again highlighted the importance of Eliminate Dengue Indonesia’s research in Yogyakarta during a meeting with project leaders.
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You’re invited to a sunset seminar


Eliminate Dengue’s lead scientist, Professor Scott O’Neill, is coming to Townsville for the Museum of Tropical Queensland’s first...
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Melbourne family joins Eliminate Dengue supporters


The Eliminate Dengue research program is receiving support from the Melbourne-based Gillespie Family Foundation.
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The Economist: Global health - A new challenge



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