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With the aim of improving road safety, the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is set to roll out new high-tech cameras across five major freight networks in Victoria. The automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras will be funded under the…
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Elon Musk recently shared his vision for a network of underground tunnels including a slot-car like sled that you can park your car on and travel at speeds of up to 200 km/h. Of course being underground, one will no…
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The Federal Government has had several recent additions to its whole-of-government cloud services panel which was established in January 2015. The cloud services panel provides a way for federal government sectors to procure cloud services such as software-as-a-service, platform-as-a-service and…
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Imagine a city covered in trees, plants and shrubs. A city vibrant with bird life and whose buildings change colour and appearance with the seasons. You may not have to imagine for much longer as the Eastern Chinese city of…
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Australians largely support science, but not all see the benefits Jill Sheppard, Australian National University and Matthew Gray, Australian National University Australians support science, but nuanced views are found amongst people with differing incomes and education. from www.shutterstock.com Scientists in…
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  Strong crowds have attended Anzac Day services across Australia and New Zealand despite heavy rain in some cities and the ongoing threat of terrorism. Though there was no specific threat of terrorism reported for Anzac Day, authorities across the…
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  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced via a Facebook video last week that his government would be abolishing the 457 visa scheme. The previous visa scheme will be replaced by a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa. The new visas…
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Eigg, Solar Panels A small island off the west coast of Scotland is showing the world how remote communities can generate their own power from renewable resources whilst being completely cut off from the main power grid. The Scottish island…
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