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Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest buys stake in Tasmanian salmon farming giant Huon Aquaculture

Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest buys stake in Tasmanian salmon farming giant Huon Aquaculture

Western Australian mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forest has expanded his agricultural empire with a 7.33 per cent stake in Tasmanian salmon company Huon Aquaculture. The stake, purchased through the investment vehicle Tattarang, is worth nearly $20 million and represents over 8 million individual shares in the company, which is the second largest salmon farmer

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Whiskey Au Go Go murderer’s ‘crushing’ confession

Whiskey Au Go Go murderer’s ‘crushing’ confession

A journalist was “crushed” by the betrayal of a convicted murderer who confessed to firebombing Brisbane’s Whiskey Au Go Go after years of claiming his innocence. The Sun newspaper journalist Dennis Watt first had contact with James Richard Finch in 1984 when he was behind bars, but denied any involvement

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Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest buys stake in Tasmanian salmon farming giant Huon Aquaculture

Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest buys stake in Tasmanian salmon farming giant Huon Aquaculture

Western Australian mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forest has expanded his agricultural empire with a 7.33 per cent stake in Tasmanian salmon company Huon Aquaculture. The stake, purchased through the investment vehicle Tattarang, is worth nearly $20 million and represents over 8 million individual shares in the company, which is the second largest salmon farmer

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Whiskey Au Go Go murderer’s ‘crushing’ confession

Whiskey Au Go Go murderer’s ‘crushing’ confession

A journalist was “crushed” by the betrayal of a convicted murderer who confessed to firebombing Brisbane’s Whiskey Au Go Go after years of claiming his innocence. The Sun newspaper journalist Dennis Watt first had contact with James Richard Finch in 1984 when he was behind bars, but denied any involvement

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Labor brands Joyce a ‘clown’ in first question time back as deputy PM

Labor brands Joyce a ‘clown’ in first question time back as deputy PM

Labor frontbenchers have slammed resurrected Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce as “red-faced” and a “clown” on his first day officially back in the job, as the Nationals leader faced down critics inside and outside his party over past controversies. It took just 10 minutes of Tuesday’s question time for Opposition

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Time for a home for the Murugappan family

Dust from exploding stars is raining down on Earth

Dust from distant stellar explosions is still falling on Earth in a gentle, almost imperceptible rain. Research is exploring how exploding stars have affected Earth’s history. The post Dust from exploding stars is raining down on Earth appeared first on The Mandarin.

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Time for a home for the Murugappan family

DPP receives Brittany Higgins evidence

ACT Director of Public Prosecutions Shane Drumgold has received a brief of evidence relating to the alleged rape of former ministerial staffer Brittany Higgins. The post DPP receives Brittany Higgins evidence appeared first on The Mandarin.

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Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest buys stake in Tasmanian salmon farming giant Huon Aquaculture

Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest buys stake in Tasmanian salmon farming giant Huon Aquaculture

Western Australian mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forest has expanded his agricultural empire with a 7.33 per cent stake in Tasmanian salmon company Huon Aquaculture. The stake, purchased through the investment vehicle Tattarang, is worth nearly $20 million and represents over 8 million individual shares in the company, which is the second largest salmon farmer

read more
Whiskey Au Go Go murderer’s ‘crushing’ confession

Whiskey Au Go Go murderer’s ‘crushing’ confession

A journalist was “crushed” by the betrayal of a convicted murderer who confessed to firebombing Brisbane’s Whiskey Au Go Go after years of claiming his innocence. The Sun newspaper journalist Dennis Watt first had contact with James Richard Finch in 1984 when he was behind bars, but denied any involvement

read more

World News

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Its average price over the last 50 days has fallen below that of its 200-day moving average, a sign of impending losses.After a slew of news related to renewed crackdowns from China triggered a Bitcoin selloff, chartists and analysts are turning to a sinister-sounding technical signal. The original cryptocurrency has

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‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

An expert group of the United Nations cultural agency has recommended that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of World Heritage sites that are “in danger” when it meets next month, prompting a furious response from the government.The committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

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More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More migrant workers will be eligible to have their visas fast-tracked by the Australian government after it expanded the list of skills considered priority occupations.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has announced 22 job categories will be added to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) designed to lure critical workers into

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Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Its average price over the last 50 days has fallen below that of its 200-day moving average, a sign of impending losses.After a slew of news related to renewed crackdowns from China triggered a Bitcoin selloff, chartists and analysts are turning to a sinister-sounding technical signal. The original cryptocurrency has

read more
‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

An expert group of the United Nations cultural agency has recommended that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of World Heritage sites that are “in danger” when it meets next month, prompting a furious response from the government.The committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

read more
More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More migrant workers will be eligible to have their visas fast-tracked by the Australian government after it expanded the list of skills considered priority occupations.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has announced 22 job categories will be added to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) designed to lure critical workers into

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Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Its average price over the last 50 days has fallen below that of its 200-day moving average, a sign of impending losses.After a slew of news related to renewed crackdowns from China triggered a Bitcoin selloff, chartists and analysts are turning to a sinister-sounding technical signal. The original cryptocurrency has

read more
‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

An expert group of the United Nations cultural agency has recommended that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of World Heritage sites that are “in danger” when it meets next month, prompting a furious response from the government.The committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

read more
More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More migrant workers will be eligible to have their visas fast-tracked by the Australian government after it expanded the list of skills considered priority occupations.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has announced 22 job categories will be added to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) designed to lure critical workers into

read more
Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Its average price over the last 50 days has fallen below that of its 200-day moving average, a sign of impending losses.After a slew of news related to renewed crackdowns from China triggered a Bitcoin selloff, chartists and analysts are turning to a sinister-sounding technical signal. The original cryptocurrency has

read more
‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

An expert group of the United Nations cultural agency has recommended that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of World Heritage sites that are “in danger” when it meets next month, prompting a furious response from the government.The committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

read more
Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Its average price over the last 50 days has fallen below that of its 200-day moving average, a sign of impending losses.After a slew of news related to renewed crackdowns from China triggered a Bitcoin selloff, chartists and analysts are turning to a sinister-sounding technical signal. The original cryptocurrency has

read more
‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

An expert group of the United Nations cultural agency has recommended that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of World Heritage sites that are “in danger” when it meets next month, prompting a furious response from the government.The committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

read more
More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More migrant workers will be eligible to have their visas fast-tracked by the Australian government after it expanded the list of skills considered priority occupations.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has announced 22 job categories will be added to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) designed to lure critical workers into

read more

World News

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Bitcoin forms ‘death cross’, hinting at more pain to come

Its average price over the last 50 days has fallen below that of its 200-day moving average, a sign of impending losses.After a slew of news related to renewed crackdowns from China triggered a Bitcoin selloff, chartists and analysts are turning to a sinister-sounding technical signal. The original cryptocurrency has

read more
‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

‘In danger’: UNESCO flags risk to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

An expert group of the United Nations cultural agency has recommended that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef be added to the list of World Heritage sites that are “in danger” when it meets next month, prompting a furious response from the government.The committee of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural

read more
More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More skilled workers now eligible to have visas to Australia fast-tracked

More migrant workers will be eligible to have their visas fast-tracked by the Australian government after it expanded the list of skills considered priority occupations.Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has announced 22 job categories will be added to the Priority Migration Skilled Occupation List (PMSOL) designed to lure critical workers into

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Business & The Economy

Victoria leads as states vie for mRNA facility

Victoria leads as states vie for mRNA facility

Victoria will conduct the first clinical trial of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine in Australia as the state looks to partner with the federal government to establish a national manufacturing capability. On Sunday the Victorian government announced that its partnership with the Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Doherty

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ASX-listed WOA to develop plant-based protein products

ASX-listed WOA to develop plant-based protein products

It is easy to be distressed if you dwell too long on some of the facts around how our food is produced – unethical livestock conditions and farming practices that can strip the land of its soil and vegetation. But in Western Australia a small company that promotes regenerative

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The humble battery might just save our planet

The humble battery might just save our planet

Have you ever wondered what humankind’s greatest contemporary invention is? You might say the laptop computer or the mobile phone. But you probably wouldn’t point to the humble battery that powers them and just might turn out to be our planet’s saviour.  And the...

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Barnaby Joyce is back – questions about his conduct remain!

Barnaby Joyce is back – questions about his conduct remain!

Barnaby Joyce proves that a long history of questionable conduct, pork barelling and obtuse dealings with non existing water is no obstacle to National Party leadership. Here are “six of the best” from our QED database – living, walking proof of the need for a Federal

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Labor introduces ransomware notification bill

Labor introduces ransomware notification bill

Labor has called on the federal government to urgently support its legislation introducing a mandatory ransomware notification scheme which “lays the foundation” for enforcement actions against cyber attacks. Shadow assistant minister for cyber security Tim Watts on Monday morning introduced a private members’ bill to the House of Representatives

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