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AUS: solar mega projects lining up 1 per month
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Australia Adding One Mega-Solar Project Per Month
CleanTechnica, 11 Mar 2019 01:58Z
Australia's solar irradiance is off the charts. Credit Geoscience Australia.
Australia is adding one mega-solar project ...


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Cyclone likely to hit Mozambique by Thu
Lowvelder, 10 Mar 2019 11:29Z
This tropical storm is now called #Idai and has been named by Meteo ... in
central Mozambique on Thu or Fri as an intense cyclone.

Philadelphia says no to totally cashless future
phys.org, 10 Mar 2019
With an increasing number of US businesses no longer accepting cash,
Philadelphia-the City of Brotherly Love-is taking a stand to protect the
so-called "unbanked" and will force merchants to accept greenbacks.

Al Jazeera Weather @AJEWeather 10 Mar 2019 14:27Z
Tropical cyclone Idai threatens western Madagascar

Al Jazeera Weather @AJEWeather 10 Mar 2019 14:27Z
Deep snow falls again in US Upper Midwest and eastern Canada

Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is `not a state of all its citizens'
The Guardian, 10 Mar 2019 15:01Z
PM has been accused of demonising Israeli Arabs in lead-up to April election.

Al Jazeera Weather @AJEWeather 10 Mar 2019 15:26Z
Eastern Australia prepares for an Autumn heatwave

Trump Budget to Request $8.6 Billion in Additional Wall Funding
The New York Times, 10 Mar 2019 15:42Z
Washington. President Trump will ask Congress on Mon for $8.6 bn in
additional funding to build a wall along the United States border with Mexico, ...

30 People Were Injured After Turbulence Shook A Turkish Airlines Flight
Before It Landed In New York
BuzzFeed News, 10 Mar 2019 19:14Z
An intense bout of turbulence shook up passengers and crew on a Turkish
Airlines flight from Istanbul Sat, injuring 30 people before the flight
landed at ...

Liquid nitrogen launched as sheep-friendly alternative to mulesing
ABC Western Vic, 10 Mar 2019 19:39Z
A long-touted alternative to surgical mulesing will be available
commercially this season after more than 10 years of development.

Crabs in popular NSW fishing spot contaminated with 'unhealthy' levels of
cadmium
ABC Newcastle, 10 Mar 2019 19:40Z
Crabs dwelling in Lake Macquarie, a popular fishing spot north of Sydney,
are absorbing concerning levels of cadmium from sediment, an EPA report
reveals, but locals say the public has not been warned.

Donald Trump's top security advisers visit Pacific in sign of growing US focus
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 19:41Z
Two of Donald Trump's top security advisers pay a rare visit to the Pacific
in another sign the United States is intent on challenging China's strategic
ambitions in the region.

Using baby bats as bait to move on inner-city flying fox colony
ABC Rural, 10 Mar 2019 19:41Z
The days of a flying fox colony nestled among the high-rise buildings and
bustling traffic in the centre of Cairns could be numbered, with plans to
move them on.

Survivors seek apology in 'world's worst pharmaceutical failure'
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ABC/Australian Story, 10 Mar 2019 19:42Z
Two pills. That's all it took to change Lisa McManus's life. She was left
scarred and disfigured by one of the world's worst pharmaceutical disasters.
Now, 5 decades on, these thalidomide survivors are seeking justice.

US pressuring India to end Venezuelan oil purchases
The Hill, 10 Mar 2019 20:03Z
The US is pressuring India to not purchase oil from Venezuelan President
Nicolas Maduro's govt, special envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams told ...
[The US has also pressured Iraq to drop oil and power purchases from
Iran, apparently unsuccessfully].

A year on from codeine restrictions, study finds no increase in opioid use
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 20:38Z
A study by the Monash Addiction Research Centre finds no increase in
prescriptions for opioids in the year since the pain medications were more
tightly controlled, but pharmacists say they are filling prescriptions at
higher doses.

9/11 conspiracist among 9 entities declaring activities on foreign
influence register
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 21:36Z
It was billed as essential to "safeguard the nation's democracy", but the
Foreign Influence Transparency Register has only 9 organisations and
individuals acknowledging they're working on behalf of "foreign principals".

Sydney shrouded in smoke, hazard reduction burns to blame
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ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 21:37Z
The Harbour City's iconic skyline is barely visible amid a plume of smoke,
as the NSW Rural Fire Service warns Sydneysiders to expect more of the same
in the coming months.

How central bankers blew up the global economy Analysis
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 21:44Z
The Reserve Bank created a monster by adjusting interest rates, and now
Australian households are among the world's most indebted, Ian Verrender writes.

'Not big believers in coincidence': Concern over second fatal nosedive
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 22:57Z
Boeing's newest version of its most popular plane is again in the spotlight
after its second deadly crash minutes after take-off - and an air safety
expert says crash investigators are generally "not big believers in coincidence".

Govt loses 50th consecutive Newspoll
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019 00:05Z
Despite new policies touting the coal'n govt's credentials from
climate change to women's rights, the latest Newspoll is bad news for
a govt facing a May election. Labor has pulled out a little further
winning pref govt 54 to 46 percent.

Bolt goes and Jones may follow
Radioinfo, 11 Mar 2019 01:07Z
The Australian is reporting today that Andrew Bolt is leaving Macquarie
following a breakdown in negotiations over a new contract, and his ...

Andrew Bolt says Cardinal George Pell was falsely convicted of ...
NEWS.com.au, 26 Feb 2019
Speaking on his Sky News show last night, the News Corp columnist said he
had "serious misgivings" about Pell's guilty verdict. "I just can't ...

Barnaby Joyce says he is the 'elected deputy prime minister of Australia'
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ABC News, 11 Mar 2019
Former National Party leader and deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce further
fuels leadership speculation, repeatedly referring to himself as the
"elected deputy prime minister of Australia" in an interview today.

Is moderate drinking good for you?
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019
We used to think moderate drinking was good for health. Now, new evidence
has called that into question, writes Hassan Vally.

[#unreliablesource]
Planting trees will not end global warming because there's too much CO2 in
the atmosphere
Daily Mail, 11 Mar 2019 0:59Z
There isn't enough space on Earth to plant the amount of trees required to
make a dent in carbon emissions, studies have recently revealed.

Trump budget seeks 5% cut in non-defense spending: OMB
Reuters, 11 Mar 2019 02:05Z

Oil Looks Set For A Significant Drop As Bad Data Piles Up
OilPrice.com, 10 Mar 2019 18:00Z
As bad economic data and bearish supply numbers are starting to pile up,
more prudent positioning is a must and investors can't rule out a
significant drop in ...

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Kia Motors Corporation
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MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION
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593 JPY 0 (0.00%) even

Panasonic Corporation
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Sony Corp
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Woodside Petroleum Limited
ASX: WPL - 11 Mar, 1:31 pm AEDT
34.69 AUD -0.62 (1.76%) *** down 1.8% ***

Whitehaven Coal Ltd
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4.36 AUD -0.095 (2.13%) *** down 2.1% ***
Bret Cahill
2019-03-11 16:51:19 UTC
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Australia Adding One Mega-Solar Project Per Month
CleanTechnica, 11 Mar 2019 01:58Z
Australia's solar irradiance is off the charts. Credit Geoscience Australia.
Australia is adding one mega-solar project ...
Hits a scam! Hits much better to spend 5X more money on stainless steel & spend 20 years building a nuke!
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18 Mar 2019 Global SOTC NOAA
08 Apr 2019 2019Q1 $bn disasters NOAA
Cyclone likely to hit Mozambique by Thu
Lowvelder, 10 Mar 2019 11:29Z
This tropical storm is now called #Idai and has been named by Meteo ... in
central Mozambique on Thu or Fri as an intense cyclone.
Philadelphia says no to totally cashless future
phys.org, 10 Mar 2019
With an increasing number of US businesses no longer accepting cash,
Philadelphia-the City of Brotherly Love-is taking a stand to protect the
so-called "unbanked" and will force merchants to accept greenbacks.
Tropical cyclone Idai threatens western Madagascar
Deep snow falls again in US Upper Midwest and eastern Canada
Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is `not a state of all its citizens'
The Guardian, 10 Mar 2019 15:01Z
PM has been accused of demonising Israeli Arabs in lead-up to April election.
Eastern Australia prepares for an Autumn heatwave
Trump Budget to Request $8.6 Billion in Additional Wall Funding
The New York Times, 10 Mar 2019 15:42Z
Washington. President Trump will ask Congress on Mon for $8.6 bn in
additional funding to build a wall along the United States border with Mexico, ...
30 People Were Injured After Turbulence Shook A Turkish Airlines Flight
Before It Landed In New York
BuzzFeed News, 10 Mar 2019 19:14Z
An intense bout of turbulence shook up passengers and crew on a Turkish
Airlines flight from Istanbul Sat, injuring 30 people before the flight
landed at ...
Liquid nitrogen launched as sheep-friendly alternative to mulesing
ABC Western Vic, 10 Mar 2019 19:39Z
A long-touted alternative to surgical mulesing will be available
commercially this season after more than 10 years of development.
Crabs in popular NSW fishing spot contaminated with 'unhealthy' levels of
cadmium
ABC Newcastle, 10 Mar 2019 19:40Z
Crabs dwelling in Lake Macquarie, a popular fishing spot north of Sydney,
are absorbing concerning levels of cadmium from sediment, an EPA report
reveals, but locals say the public has not been warned.
Donald Trump's top security advisers visit Pacific in sign of growing US focus
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 19:41Z
Two of Donald Trump's top security advisers pay a rare visit to the Pacific
in another sign the United States is intent on challenging China's strategic
ambitions in the region.
Using baby bats as bait to move on inner-city flying fox colony
ABC Rural, 10 Mar 2019 19:41Z
The days of a flying fox colony nestled among the high-rise buildings and
bustling traffic in the centre of Cairns could be numbered, with plans to
move them on.
Survivors seek apology in 'world's worst pharmaceutical failure'
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/10853158-16x9-460x259.jpg>
ABC/Australian Story, 10 Mar 2019 19:42Z
Two pills. That's all it took to change Lisa McManus's life. She was left
scarred and disfigured by one of the world's worst pharmaceutical disasters.
Now, 5 decades on, these thalidomide survivors are seeking justice.
US pressuring India to end Venezuelan oil purchases
The Hill, 10 Mar 2019 20:03Z
The US is pressuring India to not purchase oil from Venezuelan President
Nicolas Maduro's govt, special envoy to Venezuela Elliott Abrams told ...
[The US has also pressured Iraq to drop oil and power purchases from
Iran, apparently unsuccessfully].
A year on from codeine restrictions, study finds no increase in opioid use
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 20:38Z
A study by the Monash Addiction Research Centre finds no increase in
prescriptions for opioids in the year since the pain medications were more
tightly controlled, but pharmacists say they are filling prescriptions at
higher doses.
9/11 conspiracist among 9 entities declaring activities on foreign
influence register
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 21:36Z
It was billed as essential to "safeguard the nation's democracy", but the
Foreign Influence Transparency Register has only 9 organisations and
individuals acknowledging they're working on behalf of "foreign principals".
Sydney shrouded in smoke, hazard reduction burns to blame
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/10888234-16x9-220x124.jpg>
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 21:37Z
The Harbour City's iconic skyline is barely visible amid a plume of smoke,
as the NSW Rural Fire Service warns Sydneysiders to expect more of the same
in the coming months.
How central bankers blew up the global economy Analysis
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 21:44Z
The Reserve Bank created a monster by adjusting interest rates, and now
Australian households are among the world's most indebted, Ian Verrender writes.
'Not big believers in coincidence': Concern over second fatal nosedive
ABC News, 10 Mar 2019 22:57Z
Boeing's newest version of its most popular plane is again in the spotlight
after its second deadly crash minutes after take-off - and an air safety
expert says crash investigators are generally "not big believers in coincidence".
Govt loses 50th consecutive Newspoll
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019 00:05Z
Despite new policies touting the coal'n govt's credentials from
climate change to women's rights, the latest Newspoll is bad news for
a govt facing a May election. Labor has pulled out a little further
winning pref govt 54 to 46 percent.
Bolt goes and Jones may follow
Radioinfo, 11 Mar 2019 01:07Z
The Australian is reporting today that Andrew Bolt is leaving Macquarie
following a breakdown in negotiations over a new contract, and his ...
Andrew Bolt says Cardinal George Pell was falsely convicted of ...
NEWS.com.au, 26 Feb 2019
Speaking on his Sky News show last night, the News Corp columnist said he
had "serious misgivings" about Pell's guilty verdict. "I just can't ...
Barnaby Joyce says he is the 'elected deputy prime minister of Australia'
<https://www.abc.net.au/news/image/10390472-3x2-300x200.jpg>
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019
Former National Party leader and deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce further
fuels leadership speculation, repeatedly referring to himself as the
"elected deputy prime minister of Australia" in an interview today.
Is moderate drinking good for you?
ABC News, 11 Mar 2019
We used to think moderate drinking was good for health. Now, new evidence
has called that into question, writes Hassan Vally.
[#unreliablesource]
Planting trees will not end global warming because there's too much CO2 in
the atmosphere
Daily Mail, 11 Mar 2019 0:59Z
There isn't enough space on Earth to plant the amount of trees required to
make a dent in carbon emissions, studies have recently revealed.
Trump budget seeks 5% cut in non-defense spending: OMB
Reuters, 11 Mar 2019 02:05Z
Oil Looks Set For A Significant Drop As Bad Data Piles Up
OilPrice.com, 10 Mar 2019 18:00Z
As bad economic data and bearish supply numbers are starting to pile up,
more prudent positioning is a must and investors can't rule out a
significant drop in ...
Hyundai Motor Co
KRX: 005380 - 11 Mar, 11:32 am GMT+9
120,500 KRW +500 (0.42%) up
Kia Motors Corporation
KRX: 000270 - 11 Mar, 11:32 am GMT+9
33,750 KRW +100 (0.30%) up
MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION
TYO: 7211 - 11 Mar, 11:30 am GMT+9
593 JPY 0 (0.00%) even
Panasonic Corporation
TYO: 6752 - 11 Mar, 11:30 am GMT+9 down
974 JPY -6 (0.60%)
BHP Group Ltd
ASX: BHP - 11 Mar, 1:31 pm AEDT
36.56 AUD -0.32 (0.85%) down
Sony Corp
TYO: 6758 - 11 Mar, 11:30 am GMT+9
5,010 JPY -53 (1.05%) *** down 1.1% ***
Woodside Petroleum Limited
ASX: WPL - 11 Mar, 1:31 pm AEDT
34.69 AUD -0.62 (1.76%) *** down 1.8% ***
Whitehaven Coal Ltd
ASX: WHC - 11 Mar, 1:31 pm AEDT
4.36 AUD -0.095 (2.13%) *** down 2.1% ***
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