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Toorak’s Maribel: from Colombia to the Ison Road Overpass

Women in Engineering Day - 23 June Maribel Gomez perfectly reflects the diversity of the talented team delivering the Ison Road Overpass. As woman in engineering...

Football spectators giving free kick to racist bigots

Most football fans who have witnessed racism among fellow spectators at sporting matches in recent years have failed to report it, a new University...

National Museum of Australia showcases ordinary Australians with extraordinary stories

A vintage ute, a novelty cheque, an elite boxing trophy and an unforgettable letter from then Prime Minister Bob Hawke are among the seemingly...

Dutton to ‘force poisons’ onto the lands of Traditional Owners, can’t be trusted with nuclear

Queensland Conservation Council strongly opposes the introduction of nuclear power into Australia, and calls on opposition Leader Peter Dutton to abandon his dangerous proposal...

CALAMITY HOTSPOTS: THE VIC COMMUNITIES HIT HARDEST BY DISASTERS

A NEW REPORT REVEALS Victorian communities are among the hardest hit by climate-fuelled disasters in recent years, with four Victorian communities slammed by disaster after...

Weight loss: Go nuts or go home

Whether they're sprinkled on your morning cereal or kept for an afternoon snack, a handful of nuts could be the next best thing when...

5 Anger Management Strategies for Men

Anger is a natural emotion, but when it becomes uncontrollable, it can lead to problems in personal and professional life. For men, societal expectations...

Wireless Internet & Why Your Australian Business Needs It Today and Always.

There are still Australian businesses out there still using wires and cables to meet their Internet needs. There is absolutely no doubt that information...

The longest running nature book award for kids

    My name is Zindzi—you might have seen me on Play School or with my band Zindzi and the Zillionaires. I'm one of the judges for...

Learning how to learn: How SA school children can achieve long-term success

Strategic thinking and problem solving is at the heart of a new study that aims to improve learning and boost academic performance across South...

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Toorak’s Maribel: from Colombia to the Ison Road Overpass

Women in Engineering Day - 23 June Maribel Gomez perfectly reflects the diversity of the talented team delivering the Ison Road Overpass. As woman in engineering with South American heritage, she typifies the vibrant mix of people and backgrounds working to help provide Wyndham West with a vital link...

Football spectators giving free kick to racist bigots

Most football fans who have witnessed racism among fellow spectators at sporting matches in recent years have failed to report it, a new University of South Australia study has found. Australia's first large-scale study of its kind has examined the extent of racist behaviour and language among spectators of...

National Museum of Australia showcases ordinary Australians with extraordinary stories

A vintage ute, a novelty cheque, an elite boxing trophy and an unforgettable letter from then Prime Minister Bob Hawke are among the seemingly ordinary objects showcased in an exhibition based on the ABC's television series Tony Armstrong's Extra-Ordinary Things, which has opened at the National Museum...

Dutton to ‘force poisons’ onto the lands of Traditional Owners, can’t be trusted with nuclear

Queensland Conservation Council strongly opposes the introduction of nuclear power into Australia, and calls on opposition Leader Peter Dutton to abandon his dangerous proposal to site nuclear power on the country of First Nations people. Australia has a shameful history of forcing nuclear harm on First Nations, with...

Ari Jacob Premieres Son Called Moon at Chapel Off Chapel

This June Ari Jacob will introduce Son Called Moon, a brand-new musical. The music for the show was released as an album of the same name on June 2nd and features the recently released singles Permission and Feel It Coming. This highly anticipated musical is the culmination...

CALAMITY HOTSPOTS: THE VIC COMMUNITIES HIT HARDEST BY DISASTERS

A NEW REPORT REVEALS Victorian communities are among the hardest hit by climate-fuelled disasters in recent years, with four Victorian communities slammed by disaster after disaster. Local Government Area Number of disasters Baw Baw 47 Yarra Ranges 42 Wellington 37 East Gippsland 39   Climate-fuelled extreme weather events are to blame for hundreds of thousands of displacements in Australia. Across...

MGA Thermal receives funding boost from ARENA

Mark Croudace and Erich Kisi ARENA’s increased backing will support the rectification of MGA Thermal’s demonstration unit as it heads towards commercial deployment Australian clean energy company, MGA Thermal, has received a further $2.48 million, tripling the project backing from the Federal Government’s Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA). The new funding signals a strong vote of confidence […]

Australia’s War on Plastic Waste being led by Aussie Startup Educating Next Generation

Plastic is one of the biggest waste problems with Australians consuming approx. 3.4 million tonnes of plastic annually, and only is 13% effectively recycled. Despite a 57% rise in Australian recycling rates over the last 15 years, the issues persist as our growing population continues to create waste. Precious Plastic Melbourne (PPM) a social start-up on a mission to […]

A circular economy ultimate: REMONDIS Australia supplies waste truck and parts for TAFE NSW mechanic students

Remondis Australia provides truck for Hunter TAFE students  REMONDIS Australia and TAFE NSW have taken circular economy recycling to a new level by arranging the supply of a used waste collection truck and engine parts for heavy vehicle mechanic students. The partnership has seen REMONDIS deliver a 2008 Volvo FM380 ‘Hooklift’ truck to TAFE NSW […]

The Natural Look Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Exhibition at the Australian Museum

Nectar of Life – Dan Jones australian museum A blazing bushfire, and a curious crocodile are in frame at the 2023 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year (AGNPY) exhibition, which opens at the Australian Museum (AM) in Sydney, 22 June, 2024 This free exhibition, produced by the South Australian Museum, shines a light on the astonishing array of […]

Getting Dirty to Fight Dirty – The Unlikely Use of Dish Sponges As Garden Beds To Grow New Life

The completed Koh Sponge Garden at Randwick Community Gardens  What do dish sponges and garden beds have in common? Normally not a lot, but in this instance, bringing new life. Koh, Australia’s leading eco-certified cleaning brand, has partnered with Community Gardens Australia to repurpose its biodegradable Dish Sponges into garden beds and encourage Australians to […]

Australian teenager Sienna-Rose Jerak Releases A Song For Her Generation

Multitalented teen musician, actor, and model, Sienna-Rose Jerak is poised for the spotlight with her new single To Fly. Sienna-Rose’s song aims to acknowledge the pressure that her generation experience having their lives played out online and the judgement and stress that comes with that. The timing...