After oil mysteriously washed ashore on some 2,100 kilometres of Brazil’s coastline for two months, officials have finally identified a suspect: a Greek-flagged ship belonging to Delta Tankers Ltd. Source: Brazil blames Greek tanker for oil spill after 2,100km of … Continue reading →
Months after it was found hiding and crying in the garden of a backyard in north-eastern Victoria, DNA testing has confirmed a small pup that was suspected to have arrived by air is pure dingo. Source: Purebred dingo pup that … Continue reading →
Speculation has been building all week about much-needed rainfall, but now as the clouds gather on the horizon the question we are all asking is “where will get the rain?” Source: Rain is predicted for south-east Australia this weekend, but … Continue reading →
The Prime Minister has railed against “progressives”, accusing them of denying people’s liberties in a speech that slammed environmentalists for targeting businesses that invest in non-renewable industries. Source: Scott Morrison slams environmental groups ‘targeting’ businesses with ‘selfish’ secondary boycotts – … Continue reading →
Glass-bottom bridges boomed in popularity across China in the past two years
Source: China closes ‘scary’ glass bridges due to ‘safety problems’ – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Renewable energy advocates have been left disappointed after a proposed wind farm on the NSW Southern Tablelands was rejected because of the visual impact on residents. Source: Wind farm rejection leaves clean energy advocates baffled – ABC Rural – ABC … Continue reading →
Qantas has confirmed it has found cracks in three of its Boeing 737s after an audit this week and conceded they will require “complex” repairs.Qantas confirms cracks found in three Boeing 737s
Werribee childcare centre operator charged after toddlers escape and run onto busy road – A major childcare business, which operates 70 kindergarten and daycare centres around Melbourne, will face court after two toddlers escaped from a childcare…
A crime spree allegedly committed by a high-risk fugitive has prompted the SA Government to “clean up” the laws that govern the supervision of former prisoners.
Wendy Morgan has a degree in science, 40 years of work experience and even a forklift licence, but no-one will give her a job. She says living on Newstart makes the job hunt even harder.