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rosemary in roundabouts, lemons over the fence: how to go urban foraging safely, respectfully and cleverly

Rosemary in roundabouts, lemons over the fence: how to go urban foraging safely, respectfully...

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  Picture: Shutterstock Does anything beat the experience of finding a wild mulberry tree and stuffing a handful of fresh juicy berries in your mouth? Have you ever roasted potatoes with a sprig of rosemary...
choosing the nbn cabling contractor

Choosing the NBN Cabling Contractor

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To set up your National Broadband Network (NBN) you should hire experienced NBN installation contractors.  One of the reasons that you should hire them is that will be able to ensure the customer a...
landmark trial eliminates pest mosquito

LANDMARK TRIAL ELIMINATES PEST MOSQUITO

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In a first for the Southern Hemisphere, researchers have shown a bacteria can successfully sterilise and eradicate the invasive, disease-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito which is responsible for spreading dengue, yellow fever and Zika.   The breakthrough could...
facebook down: instagram and whatsapp all have stopped working in a worldwide major outage

FACEBOOK WAS Down: INSTAGRAM AND WHATSAPP all had stopped working in a worldwide major...

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The three apps – which are owned by Facebook and run on shared infrastructure – all had completely stopped working. As of 9:00am DST, Facebook was back on line again. The outage had commenced around 2am...
facebook ads have enabled discrimination based on gender, race and age. we need to know how ‘dark ads’ affect australians

Facebook ads have enabled discrimination based on gender, race and age. We need to...

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      AP Photo/Jon Elswick (Photo released by members of the U.S. House Intelligence committee)   Social media platforms are transforming how online advertising works and, in turn, raising concerns about new forms of discrimination and predatory...
how making a film exploring indigenous stories of the night sky enriched my perspective as a scientist

How making a film exploring Indigenous stories of the night sky enriched my perspective...

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          Ilgari Inyayimaha (Shared Sky), painted by artists Margaret Whitehurst, Jenny Green, Barbara Merritt, Charmaine Green, Kevin Merritt, Sherryl Green, Tracey Green, Wendy Jackamarra, Susan Merry, Johnaya Jones, Gemma Merritt, Craig ‘Chook’ Pickett, and...
the sun’s shining and snakes are emerging, but they’re not out to get you. here’s what they’re really up to

The sun’s shining and snakes are emerging, but they’re not out to get you....

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  Picture: Shuttlestock It’s early spring in southern Australia and the sun is, gloriously, out. You decide to head to your local patch of greenery – by the creek, lake, or foreshore – with the...
being bombarded with delivery and post office text scams? here’s why — and what can be done

Being bombarded with delivery and post office text scams? Here’s why — and what...

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  Scamwatch For most people, the ping of an incoming SMS will induce some level of excitement — or mild intrigue at least. But with SMS scams on the rise, many may now be meeting...
scientists still don’t know how far melting in antarctica will go – or the sea level rise it will unleash

Scientists still don’t know how far melting in Antarctica will go – or the...

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  Picture: Torsten Blackwood/AAP The Antarctic ice sheet is the largest mass of ice in the world, holding around 60% of the world’s fresh water. If it all melted, global average sea levels would rise by 58 metres....
why does my internet connection feel slow and jumpy, even when my internet speed is high?

Why does my internet connection feel slow and jumpy, even when my internet speed...

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  Picture: Jeshoots.com/Unsplash Of the 8.2 million homes and businesses active on Australia’s National Broadband Network (NBN) in July 2021, 77% are now reported to be on a broadband plan that delivers speeds of at least 50...