2019-03-18 04:30:20 UTC
Energy analysts forecast 'the end of coal' in Asia as Japanese investors
The Guardian, 18 Mar 2019 0:28Z
Major Japanese investors, including those most indebted to coal, are seeking
to back large-scale renewables projects across Asia, marking a "monumental" shift ...
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Ethiopian official: Black box data shows `clear similarities' between
Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air crashes
Washington Post, 17 Mar 2019 18:01Z
AccuWeather @breakingweather 17 Mar 2019 18:19Z
A budding tropical cyclone is expected to take aim and bring dangers to the
Cape York Peninsula in northern Queensland, Australia, this week:
A year on from the Tathra fires, rent will be cut off for those still
waiting to rebuild
ABC News, 17 Mar 2019 19:16Z
Twelve months on from the bushfires that devastated Tathra, life is somehow
about to get even tougher for many of those whose homes were lost to the blaze.
Feel tired? Poor sleep could be making you a zombie, researcher warns
ABC News, 17 Mar 2019 19:44Z
Societies across the world are becoming sleep deprived and our collective
behaviour is becoming increasingly unbalanced, a Brisbane sleep researcher
Why can't public transport just be free?
ABC/RN, 17 Mar 2019 20:02Z
Fewer cars, less congestion, less pollution. It's a tantalising prospect,
but do the promises of free public transport stack up? And would free fares
actually persuade people to embrace it?
Duck hunter numbers down as season opens in Victoria
ABC Mildura-Swan Hill, 17 Mar 2019 20:17Z
Fewer duck hunters have taken part in the start of the season in Victoria
and while protesters hope the drop in numbers will lead to the end of the
controversial activity, shooters say the pursuit is still popular.
Tropical Cyclone Trevor forms off Far North Queensland coast
ABC News, 17 Mar 2019 20:31Z
Tropical Cyclone Trevor has formed in the early hours of this morning in the
Coral Sea off Queensland's Cape York Peninsula.
The category one system is about 500 kilometres north of Cairns and moving
west-southwest at 10 kilometres per hour.
It is expected to intensify into a category 2 system before crossing the
eastern Cape York Peninsula coast late tomorrow.
The Bureau of Meteorology said Cyclone Trevor would likely generate
destructive 125kph winds, heavy rain and abnormally high tides.
Steve Irwin's family thanks community for remembering shot crocodile
ABC Far North, 17 Mar 2019 23:22Z
Police investigations are continuing into the death of the nearly
century-old croc Bismarck, with the Irwin family thanking residents for
caring about its demise.
Lake Eyre begins filling as floodwaters flow from Queensland
ABC News, 18 Mar 2019
The parched landscape of outback South Australia is being rejuvenated by
floodwaters flowing from the Channel Country towards Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.
The growing market of everyday products made from greenhouse gases
VentureBeat, 18 Mar 2019 0:27Z
A wave of startups has emerged to convert greenhouse gases into clothes,
animal food, toothpaste, jet fuel, vehicles, concrete, plastics, shoes and more.
How abundant wetlands became a wasteland of acidic soil after its aquifer
ABC South West Vic, 18 Mar 2019 02:30Z
A Victorian water authority bows to pressure and abandons plans to pump more
groundwater from an area where it caused major environmental degradation.
US is investigating the FAA's approval of Boeing 737 Max aircraft: WSJ
CNBC, 18 Mar 2019 03:26Z
The investigation by the US Dept of Transportation is focused on a
flight safety system suspected of playing a role in the fatal crash of a
Lion Air flight, the ...
Darwin's underground power project restarts but could take 30 years to finish
ABC News, 18 Mar 2019 03:50Z
A year after Cyclone Marcus, which left almost 30,000 residents without power,
the NT Government has finally taken a decades-old program off ice -
announcing it would move the power supply of 9 Darwin schools underground.