Business Group Says Climate Trigger May Complicate Renewable Projects Approval

[ad_1] Senator Hanson-Young said that the Greens will push through with the climate trigger bill to end the era of dirty coal and gas. The Business Council of Australia (BCA)…

Funding Woes Put Ballet School at Risk of Curtain Call

[ad_1] The Queensland Ballet may need to consider closing its training academy by the end of 2024 due to a lack of funding, its chief said. The company wrote to…

Cops Issue Fines to Over 300 E-Scooter Riders in Melbourne CBD

[ad_1] 137 riders received fines during a two-day blitz as police sought to raise awareness of safety concerns. Despite a push to encourage eco-friendly travel options, Melbourne police have intensified…

Nintendo Paper Mario game remake includes trans witch

[ad_1] Nintendo’s newly re-released Paper Mario game now contains a character identifying as trans. The revelation that a character in a popular Nintendo video game is a transgender has been…

White House Says Israeli Strike in Rafah Not a Breach of ‘Red Line’

[ad_1] WASHINGTON—The White House indicated on May 28 that the recent Israeli strike in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, which resulted in the deaths of at least 45 Palestinians,…

Scientific Misconduct Has Eroded Public Trust and Accountability

[ad_1] It started decades ago. Commentary Scientific misconduct has cast a long shadow over the fields of medicine and public health, significantly impacting public trust and posing serious ethical and…

Albanese Calls for Nuanced Debate on Politics, Laments Short-Term Media Focus

[ad_1] Reflecting on two years in office, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says the media is partly to blame for debate becoming more polarising. “If you are not with me,…

Sydney Judge Says US Ex-fighter Pilot Accused of Training Chinese Aviators Can Be Extradited to US

[ad_1] SYDNEY—A Sydney judge on Friday ruled that former U.S. Marine Corps pilot Daniel Duggan can be extradited to the United States on allegations that he illegally trained Chinese aviators,…

Wiley Shuts Down 19 Journals Amid Research Fraud Scandal

[ad_1] This comes as the rise of AI contributes to record highs in paper retractions, with works from China’s underground paper mills leading the numbers globally. Wiley confirmed that over…

As Many as 500 Feared Dead in Papua New Guinea Landslide

[ad_1] Six villages have been devastated by a massive slip in a remote area of Papua New Guinea. Aid agencies and first responders are on their way to assist. A…