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NSW: Non-compliant Bull Bars Given Two-Year's Grace

Bull-bars that fail to meet safety standards have been given a two-year grace period by the New South Wales Government. This follows a blitz by police in the state’s north and north-west targeting drivers with non-compliant bull bars, particularly the 'five-post' variety (which have been illegal since 2003). Show More Summary

Wallabies name 30-man squad, Polota-Nau included

SYDNEY (AP) — Australia has announced a 30-man squad for its next two Rugby Championship matches, including the return of New South Wales Waratahs hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau.

Wallabies name 30-man squad, Polota-Nau included

SYDNEY (AP) — Australia has announced a 30-man squad for the next two Rugby Championship matches, including the return of New South Wales Waratahs hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau.

Australian Teenagers Rebel Over Plain Cigarette Packaging

It has been recently reported in New South Wales (NSW), Australia that cigarette plain packaging, along with the hike in taxes has seen a resurgence in illegal tobacco. Some of the biggest buyers are teenagers. The illegal smokes are...Show More Summary

Airbnb Posts Its Strangest Listing Yet, Inviting You to Spend the Night at Ikea

I love the smell of Hemnes in the morning. Some lucky Australians will soon wake up in an Ikea store in New South Wales after spending a night there as part of an oddball promotion with Airbnb. Interested parties can sign up on the lodging...Show More Summary

Jurassic mammals were picky eaters, new study finds

New analyses of tiny fossil mammals from Glamorgan, South Wales are shedding light on the function and diets of our earliest ancestors, a team reports. Mammals and their immediate ancestors from the Jurassic period (201-145 million years ago) developed new characteristics - such as better hearing and teeth capable of precise chewing.

Teenager Has an Upclose Yowie Encounter

Ian recollects an encounter he had when he was a teenager while living near the rural New South Wales town of Kiah, SSW of Eden. It is an encounter he says he will never forget, and often reminisces to this day. Years on, he asked various...Show More Summary

First Solar Ships Modules To Australia’s Largest Solar Power Project

First Solar is supplying modules to Australia's largest solar project, the Nyngan and Broken Hill solar power plants, located in New South Wales First Solar Ships Modules To Australia’s Largest Solar Power Project was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Waratahs' success has Wallabies optimistic vs NZ

If the New South Wales Waratahs' success is a bellwether for the Wallabies, Australia could be well-placed to end a lengthy losing run in Bledisloe Cup series against New Zealand.

The Crazy Chinese Theme Park Australia Never Knew It Needed

As far as proposals for Australian tourism developments go, this one is next level A $500 million "Chinese Disneyland" is planned for the New South Wales Central Coast — and it's called Chappypie China Time See also: Australian GoldShow More Summary

NSW government to invest $2.8bn on new intercity train fleet

Australia's New South Wales (NSW) Government is investing A$2.8bn to buy a next-generation intercity train fleet for commuters travelling from the South Coast, Blue Mountains, Central Coast and Newcastle.

Anyone Up For A Nose Boop?

Female Joey Rosea has decided to say hi to the world, at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in New South Wales, Australia. That’s Rosea’s mum, “Wild Child.” Rosea is Wild Child’s first bebeh! Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: 'Cause it's from Australia, Koalas, Nose Boop

NSW Considering 120km/h Speed Limits On Some Highways

The New South Wales Government is considering a 120km/h speed limit on some major freeways, which would bring the state into line with much of the developed world. The highest permissible speed in NSW is currently 110km/h, but debate over whether or not this limit is now ‘out of date’ has increased in recent years. Show More Summary

First Major Drug-Driving Study Reveals Alarming Figures: NSW

A first-ever study that examined road fatalities in New South Wales over the past four years has revealed disturbing new data on the impact of ‘drug driving’. Announcing the study’s results today, NSW roads minister Duncan Gay said the...Show More Summary

Construction Set To Begin At Australia’s First Single-Axis Tracking Solar PV Project

Fotowatio Renewable Ventures' new solar pv project in New South Wales will feature the more efficient single-axis tracking mechanism Construction Set To Begin At Australia’s First Single-Axis Tracking Solar PV Project was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Canberra’s costly carbon follies outdo even the Danes

Story submitted by Mike Jonas writes Angus Taylor, MP for Hume, New South Wales, Australia. How refreshing it is to read something written by a politician that shows that they “get it”! Some of the article follows, but first an … Continue reading ?

Hornsby Blue Gum Walk

On our trip to New South Wales in June we took the opportunity to return to one of the picturesque...

Get McDonald's delivered to your door

In Australia. I know, bummer, Duluth, Minnesota man. But now, the lucky people in New South Wales don't even have to get dressed to answer the relentless call of the Big Mac craving. The McDonald's Australia program is called McDelivery and will expand into at least two more states later this month. Show More Summary

The Chains: McDonald's Is Testing Home Delivery in Australia

McDonald's is extending its trial of a home delivery system in Australia. According to New Zealand website Stuff, the program is (seriously) called McDelivery, and was first launched in New South Wales. The golden arches have confirmed that it...

A new online opportunity to promote your research on ocean acidification

A new research project using neural networks for ocean acidification has been launched by Tristan Sasse, a post-doctoral student at The University of New South Wales (Australia) via an open science platform called thinkable.org. This platform represents a new opportunity to engage research with the public and raise ongoing sponsorship funds. Show More Summary

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