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Police Looking For Man Who Stole Two Pizzas Dressed As Beer Bottle

This thief is a real pizza work. A man in South Wales was caught on camera stealing two pizzas while dressed as a beer bottle. The saucy surveillance pic was taken New Year’s Day at a Papa John’s Pizza in Barry, South Wales. The unidentified...Show More Summary

Climate change forecast: More intense deluges and downpours Down Under

(University of New South Wales) Expect strong increases in rainfall during extreme precipitation events in Australia as a result of global warming making Dorothy Mackellar's now classic view of Australia as a country of droughts and flooding rains truer than ever.

Three questions climate science must answer

(University of New South Wales) In a Perspective article for Nature Climate Change the authors outline three key questions that are needed to direct the next generation of climate research.

Hot weather eases for eastern Australia

Storms break the heat across eastern Australia as floods hit Queensland and New South Wales.

Shark attack survivor Brett Connellan is back in surfing shape; video

Last March, Australian surfer Brett Connellan was attacked by a shark while surfing Bombo Beach in New South Wales. He nearly lost his life, if it weren’t for the quick reactions by friends and beachgoers. RELATED: Surfer suffers serious...Show More Summary

Researchers use nature's weaving formula to engineer advanced functional materials

(University of New South Wales) For the first time, UNSW biomedical engineers have woven a 'smart' fabric that mimics the sophisticated and complex properties of one nature's ingenious materials, the bone tissue periosteum. Having achieved...Show More Summary

Robbie Bishop-Taylor uses NASA data to create images of summer solstice

A PhD student from the University of New South Wales, Australia used data from NASA and an algorithm to design maps showing how the US and Europe look just before sunset.

Changing Antarctic waters could trigger steep rise in sea levels

(University of New South Wales) Current changes in the ocean around Antarctica are disturbingly close to conditions 14,000 years ago that led to the rapid melting of the Antarctic ice sheets and a three meter rise in global sea levels, according to new research published in Scientific Reports.

This mannequin challenge expertly shows the need for a Parkinson's cure

The Mannequin Challenge may be getting stale in terms of meme culture, but one Australia-based nonprofit just made one of the most powerful videos you need to see. Parkinson's New South Wales, an organization that brings support andShow More Summary

WWI Australian Soldiers – 58 Vintage Photos of New South Wales Servicemen Portraits in 1918

Here is a vintage photo collection of New South Wales servicemen portraits from the First World War. They were born before 1900 and enlisted in 1918. These photos are from "Crown Studios' New South Wales officers and men of the Australian...Show More Summary

Laying Bricks Like Dominoes

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(YouTube link) Bricklayers in Teralba, New South Wales, Australia, capped a wall with perfectly-laid bricks, using a domino fall. I understand the first fall, although I couldn't understand why they did it. Then the second fall comes back around, and whoa! How did they do that? On Twitter, @neconocc gave us a graphic that helps to make it clear. Show More Summary

C is for seafood

3 weeks agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

There are few seafood restaurants in Canberra, which is surprising given our close proximity to New South Walessouth coast that is the catching ground for arguably some of the best seafood in the world. C Seafood and Oyster Bar fills a niche in the market, offering innovative, fresh and quality seafood. ‘C’ here in the name […]

Art Gallery of New South Wales exhibits nude art from the Tate Collection

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Nude: art from the Tate Collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales tells the story of the nude through more than 100 powerful artworks spanning two centuries, as part of the Sydney International Art Series 2016-2017. The evolution of the nude in Western art is a story of beauty and desire, eroticism and tenderness as well as scandal. Show More Summary

Cricket-Batsman Maddinson should get another chance, says Starc

MELBOURNE, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Nic Maddinson has struggled in his first two tests for Australia but New South Wales team mate Mitchell Starc said on Friday the batsman should get another chance to prove himself in the Boxing Day test against Pakistan.

No more excuses. It's time to change abortion laws in NSW and Queensland | Anna Livsey

The majority of Australians believe that women should be able to obtain an abortion readily when they want one. So why won’t the law let them? Abortion laws in Queensland and New South Wales suck and right now is the time to change them. Show More Summary

Cubic Receives Contract for Trial of Open Loop Payment Fare Ticketing in Sydney, Australia

Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS), a business unit of Cubic Corp. announced that it has received a contract worth $7.6 million from Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) to deliver a trial of an open loop payments ticketing technology to Sydney.

Bus sign nerdview in Sydney

It's good to find a prominently displayed list of local bus routes that you can consult when you arrive at the train station in a big city that perhaps you do not know. And Sydney Central station in New South Wales, Australia, has exactly that. There is a big board headed "Find your way" at […]

Extraordinary animation reveals ocean's role in El Niños

(University of New South Wales) Researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science and National Computational Infrastructure have produced a spectacular animation of the largest El Niño ever recorded, using ocean model data from Australia's most powerful supercomputer Raijin. Show More Summary

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