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The faces of some of the biggest names in world cricket will be projected from the Sydney Harbour Bridge this evening to celebrate the seven matches, including a semi-final, being held at the SCG during the 2022 Men’s ICC T20 World Cup tournament. In addition to the semi-final, Sydney will host more matches than any […]

Almost three quarters of Australians bear a grudge towards a person or business a new study by online reviews platform Trustpilot has found, yet 61 percent believe it is possible to ‘forgive and forget’. The research, which surveyed 2,000 Australians, found that 72 percent have a lingering resentment of some sort, such as a poor customer service experience, […]

The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed that Western Australia has recorded a new maximum temperature record and equal national temperature record of an incredible 50.7°C. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and NASA also officially declared 2021 as the Earth’s sixth warmest year ever recorded. Quotes attributable to Climate Council experts:  Professor Lesley Hughes, […]

 Schneider Electric, the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, and the world’s most sustainable corporation 2021 as ranked by Corporate Knights, today unveiled the first home energy solutions made from ocean plastics. The market-leading Merten range of sockets and switches made from recycled ocean material delivered in sustainable packaging, eliminating non-recyclable material, and empowering […]

December 22, 2021 –– Aussies will put family and friends first in 2022 after being torn apart during the pandemic, with less screen time and more face-to-face time among our top priorities. That’s according to a new World Vision Australia survey, which has found we are making different New Year’s resolutions compared with pre-COVID, craving the […]

Have La Niña’s storms got your furry friend feeling stressed? A UNSW Sydney animal ecologist gives advice on how to help them – and you – get through the dreary days. Put away your swimmers, because the Bureau of Meteorology have called it: Australia is in for a wet and stormy summer. This gloomy forecast […]

90 per cent of Australians believe they’ve seen an increase in economic disparity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 89 per cent of Australians believe there is an evident, growing social divide, including increased privileges between the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 93 per cent of Australians believe that where a person […]

Technology leader Microsoft, University of Technology Sydney and Macquarie University will join forces with TAFE NSW to pilot the State’s first Institute of Applied Technology for Digital Technology, a new revolutionary education model. Premier Dominic Perrottet today unveiled the partners of the Institute of Applied Technology (IAT) for Digital Technology, which is under construction as […]

A new survey by leading strategic insights consultancy, Nature, has uncovered that while most Australians believe social media is not authentic, it still dictates their social, political, and mental well-being, with our younger generations being the most at risk of adverse effects. The research shows that social media is taking its toll on the nation in more ways […]

The NSW Government is reminding parents and grandparents to exercise caution when buying toys and other children’s gifts this Christmas. Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation Kevin Anderson said that leading into the Christmas period, it is important shoppers are aware of the risks of purchasing dangerous toys. “It is fantastic to see Australians embracing […]

Over two thirds (69%) of singles aged over 35 mistakenly believe they’re getting ‘too old’ to date, and a similar number (47%) struggle to find compatible matches. One in four (25%) Aussies also say it’s harder to date when you have children, with the costs of childcare and a lack of free time believed to […]

eftpos today unveiled the results of an Australian-first digital identity trial between eftpos’ Digital Identity solution, connectID, Queensland Government Department of Transport and Main Roads, Australian FinTech Meeco and engineering and technical services leader Powertech that shows major productivity benefits that can be unleashed across the wider Australian economy through industry adoption of digital ID. The results confirm digital ID […]

Planet Ark is asking Australians to join them in celebrating 25 years of National Recycling Week by getting involved in new recycling and reuse activities. Since the campaign was founded in 1996, the recycling rate in Australia has gone from 7% and just 1.5 million total tonnes recycled to over 60% and 43 million tonnes of materials […]

The much-anticipated Greenland Tower reaches completion. Architects face crazy challenges and impossible briefs every day. But BVN and Woods Bagot might have just completed their biggest challenge to date. The spectacular new Greenland Tower – now the tallest residential building in Sydney – has rewritten the rule books for city skyscrapers, several times over. A […]

Australian start-up, PETspot, is using technology to battle an increasing number of puppy scammers who have emerged in the past 18 months to take advantage of soaring demand for pets due to COVID-19 lockdowns. According to the ACCC, as of September 30 2021, there have been 2,544 reports of pet scams with losses totalling more […]