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By firstname.lastname@example.org Quartz: Mercedes’ Next Vehicle Is a 20-Foot Luxury Electric Maybach That You’ll ‘Want to Drive Yourself’ The future of luxury cars isn’t all about flashy vehicles that drive themselves — at least that’s what Mercedes and...
EIGHTEEN groups ranging from business energy users and suppliers through to the union movement and environmental advocates have issued a plea for political leaders to “stop partisan antics” and work together to achieve energy reform. The appeal comes...
The assisted suicide project will never end The assisted suicide project will never end Its supporters will always find new borders to cross and new rules to transgress Paul Russell | Mar 13 2017 | Share on FacebookShare on Twitter forward by email...
F100 visits Sydney (click to view full) Under the SEA 4000 Air Warfare Destroyer program, Australia plans to replace its retired air defense destroyers with modern ships that can provide significantly better protection from air attack, integrate with...
Clean Power Published on November 14th, 2016 by Giles Parkinson 0 November 14th, 2016 by Giles Parkinson Originally published on RenewEconomy About 10 minutes after Donald Trump gave his acceptance speech for his remarkable election as US president...
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There has been a lot of vacuous sound and fury on the recent Fair Work Commission (FWC) decision regarding penalty rates. And much of the vacuous sound has been coming from the Federal Opposition. …
After almost a lifetime of reading theAge, Melbourne’s 162-year-old morning newspaper, I am debating whether to cancel my subscription. This is not so much about digital technology as, in the word…