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Bomb detonates near Peshawar mosque, killing 20 and injuring 90

Bomb detonates near Peshawar mosque, killing 20 and injuring 90

A powerful bomb has gone off near a mosque and police offices in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 90 worshippers. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing on Monday in Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering

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Bomb detonates near Peshawar mosque, killing 20 and injuring 90

Bomb detonates near Peshawar mosque, killing 20 and injuring 90

A powerful bomb has gone off near a mosque and police offices in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 90 worshippers. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing on Monday in Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering

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My kid is biting, hitting and kicking. I’m at my wit’s end, what can I do?

My kid is biting, hitting and kicking. I’m at my wit’s end, what can I do?

ShutterstockEveryone with young children experiences parenting challenges. And these are often exacerbated by parental exhaustion, financial or relationship difficulties, and work stress. I’m a clinical child psychologist who runs a clinic for parents experiencing difficulty parenting young children. One of the first questions parents ask us is

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Sharon Stone opens up about the scale of misogyny in Hollywood

Sharon Stone opens up about the scale of misogyny in Hollywood

Hollywood icon, Sharon Stone has delivered some truth bombs about the scale of sexism in acting, suggesting some men she has worked with in the past are “so misogynistic”.  The 64-year old screen legend opened up in a candid interview with Variety, describing the unpleasant experiences she

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The Laws Relating to Public Nudity in New South Wales

The Laws Relating to Public Nudity in New South Wales

Free the Nipple is a feminist campaign with goals to make it legal and socially acceptable for women to be topless in public and to post topless images on social media websites such as Instagram and Facebook. But what’s this all about? And what are the laws relating...

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What’s driving the potato chip shortage and when will it pass?

What’s driving the potato chip shortage and when will it pass?

ShutterstockPotatoes are among Australia’s favourite vegetables. However, we are facing a shortage of processed potatoes, especially of frozen chips. Coles introduced a two-item limit for shoppers seeking frozen potato products. Fish and chip businesses are under pressure and some are outraged McDonald’s is launching a new potato product

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Bomb detonates near Peshawar mosque, killing 20 and injuring 90

Bomb detonates near Peshawar mosque, killing 20 and injuring 90

A powerful bomb has gone off near a mosque and police offices in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing at least 20 people and wounding more than 90 worshippers. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing on Monday in Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering

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$50m awarded to scale Australian-German hydrogen projects

$50m awarded to scale Australian-German hydrogen projects

Four Australian hydrogen supply chain projects will share in $50 million in grant funding through the German-Australian Hydrogen Innovation and Technology Incubator (HyGATE) initiative. Under the program, launched under the Coalition government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) issued grants to Australian firms to undertake collaborative projects with German

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Drones to the rescue: Policy priorities to deliver

Drones to the rescue: Policy priorities to deliver

Industry and governments are continually looking for efficiencies – opportunities to improve safety and productivity, while reducing environmental impact, response times and costs. One of the biggest challenges to improving efficiencies is the location and roles of people. When humans are located onsite or are key to frontline operations

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Cybersecurity is both a long game and a short game

Cybersecurity is both a long game and a short game

There is a central imperative in cybersecurity that is all about the immediate – to detect and respond to cyber threats as they emerge, very often in real time. But cybersecurity is both a short game and a long game, according to Infosys’ global chief information security officer Vishal

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One fifth of company directors in breach of ATO ID scheme

One fifth of company directors in breach of ATO ID scheme

As many as 500,000 company directors are yet to sign up to the federal government’s compulsory director ID program, a key element of its efforts to crack down on illegal phoenix activity in Australia. The director ID is a unique 15-digit identifier that became mandatory for all directors, including

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Fortescue to make own electrolysers after joint venture collapses

Fortescue to make own electrolysers after joint venture collapses

Fortescue will manufacture electrolysers developed in-house at its $114 million production facility being developed in Gladstone following the collapse of its partnership with US-based supplier Plug Power. Although Plug Power Electrolysers will not be produced from the facility, they may still be supplied to other Fortescue projects, according to

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Townsville to host $75m critical minerals processing plant

Townsville to host $75m critical minerals processing plant

Townsville will host a new $75 million state-owned critical minerals processing demonstration plant after the Queensland government secured the land earlier this month. The demonstration plant is currently the only project confirmed under the $150 million package for Common User Infrastructure critical minerals facilities announced in the state’s 2022-23

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