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nationalgeographic.com — Australian miners uncovered the gem of a find—a dog-size herbivore named Weewarrasaurus pobeni. In a dazzling discovery, fossils brought up from a mine in Wee Warra, near the Australian outback town of Lightning Ridge, belong to the newly named dinosaur species Weewarrasaurus pobeni. The animal, …
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straitstimes.com — A ban on single-use plastic bags by Australia's two biggest supermarket chains has prevented 1.5 billion bags from entering the environment in less than half a year. The National Retail Association (NRA) on Monday (Dec 3) revealed that the consumption of single-use plastic bags has dropped 80 per c…
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warwickdailynews.com.au — Hayden Smith got this magnificent photo in Victoria. From Antarctica to the Top End and lightning to icicles, climate extremes and everything in between are on display in the Australian Weather Calendar for 2019. Full Article and photos >>
12.11.2018 0 comments From Alex
dailymail.co.uk — Experts warn that Australia is presently under threat by tsunamis and it is only a matter of time before the country is hit with a potentially devastating series of waves. Experts warn that Australia could be hit with a potentially devastating tsunami Previous 60m high tsunamis have hit east coa…
11.10.2018 0 comments From Alex
abc.net.au — Gold-encrusted quartz from 500 metres below the surface in an area three metres wide and three metres high has delivered rocks weighing up to 90 kilograms, worth millions, in just days. Workers at the Beta Hunt mine near the small town of Kambalda, 630 kilometres east of Perth, have brought more th…
10.09.2018 0 comments From Alex
abc.net.au — Queensland was once home to the world's first floating hotel, and over the past 30 years it's been on a wild ride, from Singapore to the Great Barrier Reef — and North Korea.
18.06.2018 0 comments From Alex
gizmodo.com — Australia’s Liberal Party government has announced that it will soon be illegal to purchase anything over $10,000 AU ($7,500 US) with cash. The government says it’s, “encouraging the transition to a digital society,” and cracking down on tax evasion. But not everyone is happy with the move.
12.05.2018 0 comments From Alex
abc.net.au — If you want to avoid being attacked by magpies this spring, perhaps you should try making friends with them.
31.08.2017 0 comments From Alex
abc.net.au — One Nation senator Pauline Hanson causes controversy by wearing a burka to Question Time in the Upper House, and receives an emotional dressing down from Attorney-General George Brandis.
17.08.2017 0 comments From Alex
abc.net.au — The ABS will announce Australians have until August 24 to register to vote in the same-sex marriage postal plebiscite, the ABC understands, with papers being distributed to all enrolled Australians from next month.
10.08.2017 0 comments From Alex
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