Friday, May 19, 2017

Gas shortfall crisis 'very unlikely', AEMO overstated problem: researchers

"Is Australia really running of gas and does the Federal Government need to impose export restrictions?
"No, not really", is the answer, according to Melbourne University researchers who found that a "gas-supply shortfall is very unlikely to occur".
Central to the Government's policy is the idea that Australia faces an "energy crisis" and consumers need to be protected from contracted export supplies causing shortages which would cause domestic prices to spike."
Gas shortfall crisis 'very unlikely', AEMO overstated problem: researchers - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation):




Senior bureaucrats knew of Oakden problems for months

Documents leaked to the ABC show senior bureaucrats were warned early last year
about inappropriate care at the disgraced Oakden nursing home in Adelaide's
north-eastern suburbs.



Senior bureaucrats knew of Oakden problems for months

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Thai Government hits Ctrl-Z on threat to block Facebook over royal insults

Thailand's Government backs down on a threat to close Facebook in the kingdom if
the company fails to remove more than 300 pages considered offensive to the
monarchy.



Thai Government hits Ctrl-Z on threat to block Facebook over royal insults

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Migaloo the humpback whale

Migaloo the humpback whale | 8 famous albino animals | MNN - Mother Nature Network:



"Migaloo the albino humpback is well-known in Australia where he regularly travels along the country's east coast during migration season.

First spotted in 1991, Migaloo is the world's only known albino humpback. He has been seen nearly every year since his discovery, and he even has his own website and Twitter account."



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'It's what we've been praying for': Veterans welcome Gold Card decision

Veterans welcome Gold Card decision



'It's what we've been praying for': Veterans welcome Gold Card decision

Flu cases make move to new Royal Adelaide Hospital 'risky'

Flu cases make move to new Royal Adelaide Hospital 'risky', Opposition says - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation):



"One of the worst starts to the flu season in six years should prompt the South Australian Government to rule out moving the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) this winter, the Opposition has said.



Opposition health spokesman Stephen Wade said SA Health figures showed more than 1,000 influenza cases had already been reported this year, up from 615 cases at the same time last year.



The State Government has previously said it would delay moving into the new hospital until after winter if this year's flu season proved to be worse than usual."



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The State Government has previously said it

The State Government has previously said it... - News from Around South Australia:



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