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  • Technology Innovation
  • 15/07/2024
  • 17:41

Six Players Including Spain’s Dani Olmo Share Alipay+ Top Scorer Honors at UEFA EURO 2024(TM)

SINGAPORE–BUSINESS WIRE– In a fiercely contested UEFA EURO 2024™, Dani Olmo (Spain), Harry Kane (England), Cody Gakpo (Netherlands), Georges Mikautadze (Georgia), Ivan Schranz (Slovakia),…

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  • Technology Innovation
  • 15/07/2024
  • 17:11
Posiflex Technology Inc.

Posiflex Unveils Flagship Mozart BT Series POS Terminals

High-performance dual display models that emphasize sleek elegance and seamless modularity, as harmonious as a piece of symphony TAIPEI, Taiwan–BUSINESS WIRE– Posiflex Technology Inc.,…

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  • Business Finance
  • 15/07/2024
  • 16:11
FPT Corporation

FPT Announces New Chief Executive Officer for Chinese Subsidiary, Boosting Growth in the Trillion-Dollar Market

HANOI, Vietnam–BUSINESS WIRE– Global technology corporation FPT recently announced the Chief Executive Officer for the Chinese market (FPT China), aiming to intensify the IT…

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  • Entertainment
  • 15/07/2024
  • 15:39
Cirque du Soleil

Calling Families – You’ll All LUZIA Yourselves In This Show by Cirque du Soliel

LUZIA BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL PERFECT FOR FAMILIES – opens in Brisbane September 26 Joyful, fun, colourful, magical, captivating, wondrous, enchanting and breathtaking –…

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  • Science
  • 15/07/2024
  • 15:11
Botanic Gardens of Sydney


Scientists at Botanic Gardens of Sydney have harnessed new developments in machine learning to look at Australian eucalypt species, unveiling their transformation over millions…

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  • Environment
  • 15/07/2024
  • 14:47
NSW Environment Protection Authority


The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is putting the fuel industry on notice after uncovering potentially high-risk fuel transfers occurring at petrol stations in NSW. EPA officers have been made aware of drivers allegedly unloading fuel from their tankers into underground storage tanks without sufficient capacity, estimating when they are full and as a result increasing the risk of fuel spills. NSW EPA Executive Director Operations, Jason Gordon said we’re cracking down on the entire industry to stamp out this irresponsible and dangerous practice. “We’re making it absolutely clear to every transport company, driver, distributor, wholesaler, and retailer, if you’re…

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  • Fashion
  • 15/07/2024
  • 14:23
VIVAIA Australia

Unleash your Wild Side with VIVAIA’s animal print ballet flats

With VIVAIA launching in Australia just last month, we’re excited to share that the eco-conscious footwear brand adored by A-list, has a series of bold, stylish animal prints available for all shoppers looking to unleash their wild side this winter! ABOUTVIVAIA: VIVAIA combines eco-friendly materials with cutting-edge technology to create stylish, comfortable, and sustainable footwear. The ballerina and animal print collections are perfect for elevating any outfit, making a bold fashion statement. PRODUCTS: Pointed Toe Flats (Melia) From office to street, these flats match most of your daily looks on any occasion. They are designed with ultra soft microfiber soles…

  • Education Training
  • 15/07/2024
  • 14:22
National Tertiary Education Union

National staff strike expected to disrupt classes for hundreds

Classes are set to be cancelled for hundreds of students at SAE University College campuses across Australia when staff launch major strike action. National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) members at SAE – a national creative industries educational institute – will walk off the job on Tuesday in a significant escalation of their push for a fair pay rise and reasonable workloads. Staff have been in negotiations for nearly two years. Almost all classes in Perth during the five-hour strike are expected to be affected, with NTEU members at the Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Byron Bay campuses also taking industrial…

  • Government VIC, Property Real Estate
  • 15/07/2024
  • 14:11
Housing for the Aged Action Group

Statement on appropriate regulation of land lease communities

Melbourne, July 15: Land lease communities need better regulation to protect older people from mistreatment, according to Housing for the Aged Action Group. Today a story published by the ABC highlighted problematic deferred management fees charged by some land lease communities or residential parks. These often-exorbitant fees make it extremely difficult for older people who have purchased properties in these communities to leave. Housing for the Aged Action Group Executive Officer Fiona York says these fees are just one example of many problems caused by a lack of regulation. “This shocking story is unfortunately not a surprise to us,” she…

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