Traffic Enforcement Group officers are investigating a crash that occurred just after midnight this morning, 19 January 2018 in the Graham Farmer Freeway tunnel.
Emergency workers were in the tunnel several hundred metres from the entrance in the right hand west bound lane. They were attempting to retrieve a duck that OddRoads & Transport Read More
A multi jurisdiction investigation involving the Australian Federal Police, Northern Territory Police, Queensland Police, New South Wales Police and industry technicians has resulted in the arrest and charging of a 33-year-old Palumpa man with multiple counts of misuse of an emergency call service.
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Parliament House got more than they bargained for when two Perth Royal Show cattle visited as part of R U OK?Day and the Black Dog Ride.
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Did you know it’s possible to milk a camel? Did you know there’s a type of fruit grown in Western Australia that’s an ancient Chinese delicacy?
Well, take note, because camel milk and jujubes are two emerging Australian agricultural industries to watch. Here John Harvey, Managing Director of the Rural Industries Farming & AgricultureHealthOdd Read More
I took two deep breaths, then a tattooed piercer called Andy stabbed me in the fleshy part of my hand between the forefinger and thumb, injecting a tiny microchip encased in a glass capsule the size of a large grain of rice. And so I became the world's lamest cyborg.
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It might soon be time to reboot an old TV show about kids, only this time with a new title: "Bots Say the Darndest Things." Because Facebook researchers have found that chatbots trained in negotiations will sometimes invent strange new ways to use language to improve their odds of success.
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A Wisconsin company wants to surgically implant microchips in its employees to make it easier to buy snacks in the break room.
"It's the next thing that's inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it," said Todd Westby, the CEO of River Falls, Wisc.-based Three Square EmploymentOdd Read More
On Friday, the supreme court of India overruled a High Court decision which identified rivers Ganga and Yamuna as living entities. The appeal, filed by the state government of Uttarakhand from which these two rivers originate, claimed the decision was "unsustainable in the law".
Days after the Whanganui River was identified Odd Read More