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UNESCO climate change report lead author disappointed Australian content removed - ABC Online
The lead author of a United Nations report about climate change threats to World Heritage sites says he is disappointed content about Australia was removed and does not understand why it was done.
'Censored' UN climate report lauded government's reef efforts
Iconic sites that could vanish
Climate change, tourism and the Great Barrier Reef: what we know
The CSIRO job cuts that never should've happened: the real cost - Techly
The unfortunate manner in which the latest phase of restructuring of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has played out has raised questions about Australia's scientific capability and our ability to meet ...
The inconvenient scientists
Larry Marshall: the CSIRO leader who divides opinions
Why Telstra is in big trouble - Courier Mail
Telstra has had a series of network outages, which have upset their Australian customers. Picture: Mark Cranitch. TELSTRA is the premium network: it is the tag line that has gone from a point of pride to a punchline. Experts blame the carrier's ...
Telstra outage: Executive apologises, says software bug caused latest problem
Telstra Blames Outages On Dodgy Modems And DNS
Telstra 'incredibly apologetic' over outages
Facebook Backtracks On Ban On 'Body Positive' Image Of Plus Size Model They Considered 'Body Shaming' - The Inquisitr
Saying it would make people âfeel badâ about themselves, Facebook banned an image of a plus size model in an advert that was all about body positivity, saying it was âbody-shaming.â The photo, featuring plus-sized model Tess Holliday in a bikini, was ...
Body positive or just fat?
The woman deemed too fat for Facebook
Facebook Bans Advertisement Featuring Plus-Size Model Tess Holliday
Telstra sacks CTO - CRN Australia
Telstra's chief technology officer, Vish Nandlall, has left the telco under dramatic circumstances, according to The Australian. A Telstra spokesperson confirmed Nandlall's departure to CRN, but would not comment directly on the allegations of ...
Telstra sacks chief technology officer after discovering he faked his CV
Port Jackson sharks have individual personalities - Australian Geographic
All sharks may appear fierce, but new research reveals Port Jackson sharks have distinct personalities that impact how they respond to stress and risk-taking. Share. Email. Print. Tweet. PORT JACKSON SHARKS, found in coastal regions in southern ...
Research reveals that sharks have individual personalities
Some Sharks Worry While Others Take Risks
Australian research shows sharks have personalities just like humans; Their personality traits go back to some 300 ...
PokÃ©mon fans have a second chance to download Mew - Stevivor
The PokÃ©mon Trainer Club will soon provide gamers a second chance to grab a download code for Mew. Back in February, download cards for the popular character were offered through EB Games here in Australia, and they didn't last long. Today, gamers ...
Pokemon Is Giving Everyone Another Chance To Get Mew
PokÃ©mon Trainers Get Another Shot at Catching Mew
Meet a newly discovered family of snail-chomping carnivorous Australian marsupials - Business Insider Australia
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Business Insider Australia
Reconstruction of Malleodectes chomping down on what appears to have been its favourite food â snails. Illustration by Peter Schouten. The remains of a bizarre snail-eating Australian carnivorous marsupial have been uncovered in Queensland.
Remains of bizarre snail-eating marsupial found
Carnivore with hammer-like teeth lived in Australia 15 million years ago
Extinct family of bizarre snail-eating marsupials discovered
Tsunami warning system turns back time - Cosmos
Seismologists have created a new algorithm that recreates what the tsunami looked like when it was born to determine what it will do in the future. The development could lead to a new system that gives coastal cities early warning of incoming tsunamis ...
Forget the hunt for NBN leaker. Ask why desperate staff are leaking - The Age
The original NBN plan, fibre to everywhere, was laudable. But it didn't happen. Photo: Glenn Hunt. Much of the national broadband network issue probably went right over the heads of most voters in the past week. The timing of the Australian Federal ...