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  In 2022 NASA will launch an exploratory space mission to an asteroid so valuable, it could completely crash the global economy. The asteroid, named 16 Psyche, has an iron-nickel core and contains other precious metals such as gold and…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The Federal Government recently announced a new research plan to investigate mobile phone distraction whilst driving and also the use of drugs whilst driving. The aim of the research is to gain a better understanding on the impact mobile…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  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…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  An executive order signed last Friday by US President Donald Trump will see a 90 day ban on immigration to the country from seven ‘Muslim-majority’ nations. The seven nations are Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
Tuesday, 17 January 2017 16:09

Feral cats now cover 99.8% of Australia

  New research has determined that 99.8 per cent of Australia is covered by feral cats at a density of one cat every four square kilometres. This includes 80 per cent of the small islands surrounding the country. Only some…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  We may be about to see a whole lot more drones in Australian skies thanks to new relaxed laws regarding what are technically known as remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). As of September 29th people and organisations will no longer…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  France has become the first country to ban all plastic plates, cups and utensils. The ban will come into effect by 2020 in order to give manufacturers time to adjust. Replacement materials will need to be biologically sourced and…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  Ride-booking services such as Uber can now operate legally in Queensland under changes to the personalised transport regulation which were rolled out in early September. Regulation changes also aim to level the playing field for taxi and limousine drivers…
Published in Transport
  The city of San Francisco in the United States will become the first major metropolis in the country to make rooftop solar panels on all new small to mid-sized buildings mandatory. A unanimous vote by the city’s board of…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
  The crime rate in Perth is on the rise when compared to last year after a 10 per cent increase was recorded in February 2016. It is the ninth month in a row in which there has been an…
Published in GOVERNMENT NEWS
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