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Seat du jour: Richmond

Nestled in the north-western corner of New South Wales, Richmond has been transformed over recent decades by coastal development, which has changed it from safe Nationals to margin Labor.

NSW shortlists bidders for Newcastle light-rail project

The Government of New South Wales (NSW) in Australia has shortlisted five organisations to tender for managing contractor of a Newcastle light-rail project.

At last: Non-toxic and cheap thin-film solar cells for 'zero-energy' buildings

'Zero-energy' buildings -- which generate as much power as they consume -- are now much closer after a team at Australia's University of New South Wales achieved the world's highest efficiency using flexible solar cells that are non-toxic...Show More Summary

New South Wales sign 16-year-old Sangha

3 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

Sixteen-year-old batsman Jason Sangha has become the youngest player ever contracted by New South Wales after he was handed a rookie deal for the 2016-17 season

Australia-Japan bilateral exercise Ends

Ships and aircraft from the Royal Australian Navy and Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF) have completed the bilateral Exercise NICHI GOU TRIDENT off the coast of New South Wales.

Lismore, Australia, Calls For Tenders For Nation’s Largest Floating Solar Plant

Originally published on RenewEconomy. The city of Lismore in the north of New South Wales has called for tenders for a “floating solar plant” that will be community funded, and located on top of one of the settling ponds in its sewage treatment plant. Show More Summary

Sneezing wombat understands your seasonal allergy struggles

Someone get some tissues. An adorable wombat at the Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary in New South Wales Australia was struck with a sudden sneezing attack. Those of us with debilitating seasonal allergies know your struggle, little guy. Ball...Show More Summary

Australia could see driverless cars on the road within five years

SYDNEY, Australia — South Australia may have gotten a head start with trials in 2015, but New South Wales (NSW) is also committing to a driverless car future.  Automated cars without drivers could be on NSW roads within five years, the...Show More Summary

Aussie commuters could soon catch the bus using a credit card

Forget the Opal Card, soon all you'll need for your morning commute could be a credit card. At an event on the future of transport in Sydney Monday, the New South Wales Minister for Transport Andrew Constance announced the state will conduct a contactless payments trial on public transport in 2017. Show More Summary

Weekly SSRN Tax Roundup

Usman Chohan (University of New South Wales), The Panama Papers and Tax Morality Tsilly Dagan (Bar-Ilan), International Tax and Global Justice Michelle Drumbl (Washington & Lee), Beyond Polemics: Poverty, Tax, and Noncompliance Susan Dynarski (Michigan) & Judith Scott-Clayton (Columbia), Tax Benefits for College Attendance Adam Emmerich (Wachtell, New York), Hybrid...

Australia's First Medicinal Marijuana Farm Is Now Open

Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has launched, in an Australian first, a 47 hectare farm for the purposes of growing medicinal cannabis at a location near Tamworth in northern New South Wales. Called DanEden, the farm is named after Dan Haslam, who was a tireless campaigner for the legalisation of the treatment and lost his battle with cancer a year ago. More »      

NSW initiates tender process to build new metro tunnels under Sydney Harbour and CBD

Australia's New South Wales (NSW) Government has initiated the tender process to build the new twin metro railway tunnels under Sydney Harbour, and through the CBD for Stage 2 of Sydney Metro.

An Australian Professor Is Talking At The UN About A Ban On Killer Robots

This week marks the third round of talks at the United Nations in Geneva on the topic of fully autonomous weapons, with Professor Toby Walsh from the University of New South Wales joining the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots discussing...Show More Summary

Australian Man Dies After Redback Spider Bite in New South Wales

An Australian man has died after being bitten by a redback spider in what may turn out to be the first such death since the antivenom was introduced 60 years ago. Jayden Burleigh, 22, from Sydney’s northern beaches, was reportedly bitten...Show More Summary

Stem Cell Treatment Hyped to Claim Human Might be Able to Regenerate Like Salamanders Soon

In what could prove to be a game changer in stem cell therapy, a team led by scientists at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have discovered a way to reprogram bone and fat cells to become stem cells that can regenerate multiple tissue types. Show More Summary

Humans could get salamander-like tissue regeneration abilities in "a few years"

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In what could prove to be a game changer in stem cell therapy, a team led by scientists at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have discovered a way to reprogram bone and fat cells to become stem cells that can regenerate multiple tissue types. Show More Summary

Lisa's Black & White Australian Home — House Call

Pin it Name: Lisa Location: Yamba — New South Wales, Australia We just moved a year ago from the city to a small coastal town and built our dream home. We have begun to lead a simpler life, away from all the crazy of the city. My style is minimalist, Scandi style. I love black and white. READ MORE »

“Is this nonfiction? Is this just...

“Is this nonfiction? Is this just fantasy?” Librarians + “Bohemian Rhapsody” = Super Awesome “Librarian Rhapsody” The staff of the Shoalhaven Libraries in New South Wales, Australia celebrated the end of the school year by creating this awesome parody of Queen’s epic song. Show More Summary

Librarian Rhapsody

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

"Is this nonfiction? Is this just fantasy?" The staff of the Shoalhaven Libraries in New South wales, Australia, made a music video to celebrate the end of the school year. They not only sing, but they do a chorus line with their carts,...Show More Summary

Vodafone Is Targeting Mobile Black Spots In 70 New Locations

Vodafone’s schedule for 70 base stations to be built in regional areas of New South Wales, Tasmania, Queensland, Western Australia and Victoria has been released today. The base stations are part of the Federal Government’s Mobile Black...Show More Summary

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