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Dingoes Have Changed the Actual Shape of the Australian Desert (Jul 2018) Stretching across some of the most remote, arid places on Earth is one of humanity’s largest built objects: the “dog fence,” a nearly 3,500-mile-long barrier erected to keep wild dingoes away from the
Wake in Fright and Walkabout: is the threat of Australia’s landscape all in the mind? (Jul 2018) or perhaps tease the wild camels”. Australians have taken a long time to warm to the idea of Australia. Now, tribes of grey nomads, backpackers in beat-up cars they’ve bought in yards on the edges of
The weird and wild history of Dazzler (Jul 2018) Despite a rather typical power set and a lack of solid characterization for the duration of her ongoing series, her very strange origin story blends with a bizarre . with the X-Men during their very
How psychedelia inspired a new generation of artists Jul 19th, 2018 08:29 UTC Tame’s songs use plenty of delay, echo, compression, flange, unsuitable mics in strange positions and vintage synths . psych-funk, drone and wild heavy rock comes alive in a communal, cathartic ritu
An incredible story of survival in Fierce Country (Jul 2018) Its 19 true stories – which date from 1830 to today – are all said to have had an impact on the Australian psyche . like Jesus, head into the wild – to test his faith, to explore his relationship wi
The strange story of Australia’s wild camel (some months now) BBC News BBC News I’ll be honest. I wasn’t expecting the camel. The hours tick by slowly when you’re driving Australia’s Stuart Highway. Named after the 19th-Century explorer John McDouall Stuart, who was the first European to successfully traverse the continent from .
An incredible story of survival in Fierce Country (Jul 2018) InDaily InDaily How could an ill-prepared American stay alive for 43 nights in the Australian desert with only tea brewed from gum leaves, native berries and murky water to survive on? Adelaide author Stephen Orr recounts Robert Bogucki’s strange tale in his new book .
Government bucks ACCC advice on 5G spectrum limits (Jul 2018) Computerworld Australia Computerworld Australia Communications minister Senator Mitch Fifield today revealed that he had directed the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to set spectrum limits for bidders in the upcoming auction of the 3.6GHz band — a pioneer band for 5G services.
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Feral camels from the Nullarbor tamed for new Perth tourism venture at Elizabeth Quay (since Jan, 2018) ABC Online So it’s not sunset on Cable Beach, but the operator of a new camel tourism venture along Perth’s foreshore hopes it becomes a quintessential city experience. Jon Warren has taken a small caravan of wild camels, caught on the Nullarbor Plain, and .
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Huge 7ft beast described as ‘half human, half animal’ caught on camera after ‘savaging two dogs’ (some months now) The Sun The Sun Some locals likened the creature to a camel, because of its long neck and small head. It was uploaded to the YouTube channel, UFOmania, and has now been viewed more than 30,000 times. One person commented: “I saw one of these things in 2005,it was .
Australia joins NATO cyber defence group, opens “pop-up” embassy in Estonia (some months now) CSO Australia CSO Australia Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop announced Australia’s CCDCOE membership alongside a new “pop-up” in Estonia’s capital, Tallinn on Monday. The embassy will be open for one year to facilitate Australia’s participation in CCDCOE .
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Actress Jenny Seagrove pulls out of village fete because it involved camel racing, calling the sport ‘fundamentally … (since Jun, 2018) Daily Mail Daily Mail The 60-year-old – an ardent animal rights campaigner – was not told about the camel race; It is believed she sent an email saying she would not attend the annual jamboree organised by Ashtead Village Rotary Club in Surrey; Woman of Substance star Miss .
9 Rajneeshpuram Residents on What Wild Wild Country Got Wrong (some months now) The Cut The Cut Wild Wild Country, Chapman and Maclain Way’s new Netflix docuseries, tells the story of Rajneeshpuram — a utopian commune established in rural Oregon in the early 1980s, by the the followers of Indian mystic Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (later called Osho .
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