Menu

Hot Rock Energy - Geothermal News

NSW skipper Boyd Cordner reveals his late mother Lanai was his last thought when leaving the field - Daily Telegraph


Daily Telegraph

NSW skipper Boyd Cordner reveals his late mother Lanai was his last thought when leaving the field
Daily Telegraph
It's close to midnight on Sunday and his hands are still shaking from the reality that finally, Queensland's reign is over. Still wearing his Blues jersey, Cordner is standing inside the NSW dressing room in the bowels of ANZ Stadium, with ice bags ...
Mitchell confesses to neck doubts after stunning QueenslandThe Sydney Morning Herald
Blues want to make this only the beginningSBS
Stat of Origin: Ponga outshines senior teammatesNRL.COM
Triple M -Junkee -Courier Mail -ABC Local
all 1,026 news articles »

Screens to be installed to stop growing spate of rock throwing along Southern Expressway - ABC News


ABC News

Screens to be installed to stop growing spate of rock throwing along Southern Expressway
ABC News
Temporary screens will be installed on all unprotected bridges on the Southern Expressway in Adelaide, as the community continues to rally over a growing spate of rock-throwing incidents. Installation will begin in three weeks, ahead of permanent ...
Caleb Bond: There has been too much political gum flapping and not enough action to stop rock throwing attacksThe Advertiser
Urgent fencing upgrade hopes to deter rock throwers9news.com.au
Government commissions rock throwing solutionOwner//Driver

all 11 news articles »

Jacinda Ardern's Dispatches From The Hospital Are Too Wholesome For This Earth - Pedestrian TV


Pedestrian TV

Jacinda Ardern's Dispatches From The Hospital Are Too Wholesome For This Earth
Pedestrian TV
Having lived in Australia my entire life, it's hard to imagine experiencing anything that comes even close to warm feelings towards any of our prime ministers. Malcolm Turnbull could have single-handedly rescued and hand-reared a basketful of kittens ...

and more »

Melbourne thunderstorm asthma inquest: Victims' survival chances greater if symptoms noticed - ABC News


ABC News

Melbourne thunderstorm asthma inquest: Victims' survival chances greater if symptoms noticed
ABC News
It was a warm spring afternoon in Melbourne, and Apollo Papdopoulos was finishing work. But he felt sick. He had used his asthma relief medication during the day, but called his mother that night to pick him up from a friend's place, as he felt too ...
Can't breathe, can't get triple-0: Thunderstorm asthma inquest opensThe Age
Thunderstorm asthma inquest opensThe Australian
Outdoor link to Vic asthma storm deathsYahoo News

all 34 news articles »

Tax cuts will help PM's investments: Labor - Herald Sun


Herald Sun

Tax cuts will help PM's investments: Labor
Herald Sun
Malcolm Turnbull's investments will benefit from his planned company tax cuts - but so will about 15 million Australians with superannuation accounts. The prime minister lectured Labor about its "politics of envy" push after the opposition launched ...
Your afternoon BriefingThe Australian

all 311 news articles »

Soft drink industry pledges to cut sugar overall, but doctors say it's a diversion from the real issue - ABC News


ABC News

Soft drink industry pledges to cut sugar overall, but doctors say it's a diversion from the real issue
ABC News
A new Government-backed plan to reduce sugar in the soft drink industry is an attempt to avoid real change, according to Australian doctors. Key points: Australian Beverages Council announced, alongside Health Minister Greg Hunt, it would reduce sugar ...
Soft drink makers pledge to cut sugar 20 per cent by 2025NEWS.com.au
Big change coming to Pepsi, CokeQueensland Times
Beverage makers pledge to cut sugar by 20 percent9news.com.au

all 41 news articles »

Raptor spreads wings amid NSW bikie war - PerthNow


PerthNow

Raptor spreads wings amid NSW bikie war
PerthNow
One of NSW's most feared police squads has put down permanent roots in two regional cities in a bid to end the state's bloody bikie drug wars. But one defiant gang member has declared "Newcastle belongs to the Nomads f*** anyone that thinks otherwise".

and more »

'Burn in hell': Minister to apologise to Puffing Billy pedophile victims - SBS


SBS

'Burn in hell': Minister to apologise to Puffing Billy pedophile victims
SBS
Victoria Tourism Minister John Eren and Acting Interim Chair of the Puffing Billy board Jennifer Fleming on June 25, 2018. Source: AAP. A report from the Victorian Ombudsman has found people in positions of authority at the Puffing Billy and other ...

and more »

Dreamworld 'had trouble hiring staff for safety audits': inquest - Brisbane Times


Brisbane Times

Dreamworld 'had trouble hiring staff for safety audits': inquest
Brisbane Times
Dreamworld had difficulty hiring suitably qualified staff for major safety audits of its “Big 9” thrill rides for 11 months of 2016, the Dreamworld inquest heard from its safety manager on Monday. The audits were required by Workplace Health and Safety ...
Dreamworld cut back maintenance months before ride tragedy, inquest hearsSBS
Dreamworld rides 'months' overdue for inspectionChronicle
'Abdication of responsibility': former Dreamworld manager admits safety failingsThe Guardian
Coffs Coast Advocate -NEWS.com.au
all 125 news articles »

Melbourne Express, Monday, June 25, 2018 - The Age


The Age

Melbourne Express, Monday, June 25, 2018
The Age
Just under 10 degrees in the city now ahead of a cloudy top of 13 degrees. Still minor delays on the Pakenham line. Delays too on Toorak Road in Camberwell where crews continue to fix damage caused by a semi-trailer overnight. Buses will replace number ...

and more »