Australia

Degrowth: Universities Push Permanent Poverty As The Solution To Climate Change

According to modelling by University of Sydney and ETH Zürich, scaling back total production and placing a cap on maximum wealth would not only save the planet, it would also allow us all to enjoy shorter working weeks and the financial security of...

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Sky News: The Leader Of The Free World Is “cognitively Delinquent”

Sky News Australia host Alan Jones absolutely trashed Dementia Joe Biden on his show recently, calling Biden “cognitively delinquent” and calling for his resignation. “This bloke is without shame,” Jones said. “He...
Related topics: Joe Biden

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New Strong Buy Stocks For May 12th

Here are five stocks added to the Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) List today:Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. (AIT): This distributor of industrial products in North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore has seen the Zacks Consensus...
Related topics: New Zealand, Singapore

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The Number Of Bitcoin Whales Fell To A More Than 5-month Low On Monday In A Bearish Sign For The...

Humpback whales breached in unison off the coast of Sydney, Australia Jonas Liebschner / Whale Watching Sydney. Used with permission. The number of bitcoin whales fell to a five and a half month low on Monday, according to data from...
Related topics: Bitcoin

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Australian Crime Commission: Only Criminals Use Encrypted Communications

Well, someone finally said the quiet part loud: some government officials actually believe the only people who need, want, or use encryption are criminals. Here's Asha Barbaschow with the "encryption is for criminals" news at ZDNet. The...

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Iron Ore Price Soars As China-australia Trade Uncertainties Linger

As inflation rises, market demand for steel will edge down.
Related topics: China, Inflation

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Something Smells Fishy: Allegations Of Fraud In Ocean Acidification Research

While on tour in Australia in 2010, my friend, David Archibald said to me “Ocean Acidification is the last refuge of the climate scoundrels”. It appears he may be right.…

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West Bengal Chief Mamata Banerjee Writes To Pm Modi, Urges Him To Waive Taxes On Medical Essentials

As India battles the second wave of the deadly coronavirus, several countries including Russia, the UK, the US, Australia, Saudi Arabia and others have come forward to help and have been sending oxygen cylinders, concentrators, Covid-related...
Related topics: Taxes, India, Russia, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia

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England Travel ‘green List’ To Include 12 Countries

If you are holding out the prospect of a foreign getaway then from May 17th people in England can now travel to 12 countries on the “green list” without having to quarantine upon return. These include Portugal, Israel, Australia and that tourist...
Related topics: Portugal, Israel

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Australia: Muslim Group Lodges ‘hate Speech’ Complaint Against Facebook

All over the West, the Sharia police have a stranglehold on Facebook. Islamic supremacist organizations have worked assiduously to impose Sharia tenets upon the West, enabling the cancel culture to keep on escalating. “The Australian Muslim...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Police

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China Suspends Economic Dialogue With Australia

China says it is suspending further meetings in an economic dialogue with Australia in the latest sign of worsening relations.Experts called the move largely symbolic because the last meeting of the China-Australia Strategic Economic Dialogue...
Related topics: China

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Trio Of Nations May Counter Beijing's Vaccine Offer To India

As India sets new daily records in COVID-19 deaths and infections, some experts see the humanitarian crisis as an opportunity for other nations to counter China's vaccine diplomacy elsewhere.Three of the nations that make up the Quad — U.S.,...
Related topics: China, Beijing, India

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Why Atlassian Stock Gained 12.7% Last Month

Shares of Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM) gained 12.7% in April 2021, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. The Australia-based maker of project management software and application development tools crushed Wall Street's estimates in...
Related topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Worth 1000 Words: How The World Saw Australia's Black Summer

Australia's 'black summer' of bushfires was depicted on the front pages of the world's media with images of wildlife and habitat destruction, caused by climate change, while in Australia the toll on ordinary people remained the visual front-page...

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Covid Has Made It Clear: We Do Not Know Enough About Australians Overseas

The COVID-19 crisis has thrust a largely unseen part of Australia's population firmly into the national spotlight.

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New Climate Goals Are Going To Need A Lot More Minerals

A excavator operates next to a dump truck on a mine floor at the Bald Hill lithium mine site, co-owned by Tawana Resources Ltd. and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd., outside of Widgiemooltha, Australia, on Monday, Aug. 6, 2018.  |...
Related topics: Bloomberg

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A Gay Man Was Threatened For Wanting To Paint His Home Like A Rainbow. He Did It Anyway.

A gay hairstylist in Australia was threatened by neighbors for his rainbow-colored home idea. With the help of social media, he completed the project.      
Related topics: Social Media

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Australian Stores Stop Selling Apple Airtags Due To Child Safety Concerns

Apple launched the location-tracking AirTag with much fanfare only a few weeks ago, and while the device has already hit the shelves in some regions, it looks like the company is struggling with an unexpected problem in Australia. Officeworks, a...

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Australia’s Ev Adoption Is Being Needlessly Held Up By Red Tape

New South Wales Transport Minister Andrew Constance declared his support of the EV transition, stating that the Australian government should provide bigger incentives, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.  The minister proposed several measures,...

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Australia Faces Court Challenge To Indian Travel Ban

The Australian government on Wednesday faced a court challenge to its temporary Indian travel ban brought by a 73-year-old citizen stranded in the city of Bengaluru. The government is resisting growing pressure to lift the travel ban imposed last...

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