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Army to begin patrolling Sydney COVID hotspots to help police enforce lockdown rules
3 days ago by Drewski to /s/NoNewNormal from abc.net.au
R Kelly accused of abusing underage boy, he has been raping, sexually assaulting and abusing others for over 30 years!
9 days ago by RuckusChan to /s/music from abc.net.au
Concerns reforms to ACT's consent laws could have 'unintended consequences' for LGBTQIA+ community
14 days ago by shzprm to /s/GenderCritical from abc.net.au
Rudy Giuliani suspended from practising law in New York over 'false statements'
1 month ago by ActuallyNot to /s/politics from abc.net.au
Donald Trump wanted National Guard to protect Capitol rioters, former defence secretary says
2 months ago by ActuallyNot to /s/politics from abc.net.au
You Can't Ask That: LesbiansDiscussion
2 months ago by lovelyspearmint to /s/LGBDropTheT from iview.abc.net.au
Another Asian woman who couldn't accept rejection from a white man and got jailed
3 months ago by theobserver to /s/WMAF from abc.net.au
Asian fetishes are rife on dating apps, and these women are speaking out
Rian Toyer killed Filipina girlfriend of only 3 weeks by erotic asphyxia
4 months ago by theobserver to /s/WMAF from abc.net.au
Australian TiM who wants access to women's baths , "There is an importance and a need for women's only spaces that are inclusive of trans women, whether or not they've had surgery, because it's what's between our ears, not what's between our legs." Maybe explain to this guy how babies are made?
4 months ago by BEB to /s/GenderCritical from abc.net.au
Trans-identified male, "...It's what's between our ears, not what's between our legs.” Hear that, Super +? It's NOT ABOUT WHAT'S BETWEEN YOUR LEGS! Forget your genitals, your sex is IN YOUR HEAD
4 months ago by BEB to /s/SuperStraight from abc.net.au
Is it time that electrical grid companies switch from generation to storage? Crowd sourcing production via renewables is easy, but the grid scale buffering / storage needs the big players. If they can't store, this happens...
4 months ago by bobbobbybob to /s/whatever from abc.net.au
Changes making it easier for sex assault victims to access their own files pass House of Representatives
4 months ago by format to /s/news from abc.net.au
Australia's first hydrogen trucks to come to Port Kembla after landmark project gets green light. "This is a first step in what Matt Kean described as Port Kembla becoming a hydrogen hub," Mr Watkins said.
4 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from abc.net.au
After 10 months with zero community transmission, a quarantine hotel worker tests positive for COVID in Western Australia.
6 months ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/Australia from abc.net.au
The differences between men and women who kill their children
6 months ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from abc.net.au
Fortescue Metals Group founder Andrew Forrest on how green hydrogen offers a chance to fix our climate and our economy. "if we get this right, the impact could be nothing short of nation-building"
6 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from abc.net.au
Chips are on the table in rush to create hydrogen fuel and fertiliser from humble potatoes. "What we're trying to do in our research, in terms of biomass and converting it to hydrogen, it really hasn't been done in Australia before. So we probably are leading the curve"
The Solomon Islands Government has defended its decision to place a temporary ban on Facebook, a move it says is aimed at tackling cyberbullying and online defamation.
8 months ago by Pis-dur to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
Why has the Queensland Government created a department of hydrogen? "Hydrogen cuts across the political divide of the culture wars"
8 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from abc.net.au
Australian soldiers killed prisoner because he could not fit on aircraft, American marine says
9 months ago by ElifromtheBook to /s/news from abc.net.au
Sports to unveil guidelines for transgender athletes - watch from 2:50
9 months ago by jet199 to /s/therearetwogenders from abc.net.au
'Red envelope' lottery: China's central bank to give away 10 million digital yuan
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
Australian assaults Japanese wife and kills son
10 months ago by theobserver to /s/WMAF from abc.net.au
For Australia's 'internet brides', the reality of wedded bliss is abuse and exploitation
'It's just amazing': Humpback whales in Kakadu river stun experts
10 months ago by runtis to /s/animals from abc.net.au
Researchers put people aged over 65 with some cognitive function decline into two groups who spent six months making lifestyle changes in diet, exercise and brain training. Those given extra support were found to have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease and improved cognitive abilities.
10 months ago by Pis-dur to /s/science from abc.net.au
At 15, young women enter a sexual assault 'danger zone', study finds
11 months ago by Happy_face_caller to /s/PinkPillFeminism from abc.net.au
If the relationship involves a vulva owner...
11 months ago by Chunkeeguy to /s/GenderCritical from abc.net.au
Coronavirus vaccine could be mandatory in Australia, PM says
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from abc.net.au
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
'Grim' future for many businesses in Sydney's CBD as some only have months to survive
11 months ago by runtis to /s/Sydney from abc.net.au
Breaking the menstrual taboo that still holds women back (OP's note: this is NOT to shame or distance women who for some reason do not have periods!)
12 months ago by vitunrotta to /s/GenderCritical from abc.net.au
Bird-loving 'Twinnies' rescue egg from disaster to raise Rob the pelican
12 months ago by runtis to /s/animals from abc.net.au
Huntsman hero recognised with PETA award for getting spider back on its feet
1 year ago by runtis to /s/animals from abc.net.au
Jorja has 1,000 indoor plants. This is how she cares for them
1 year ago by runtis to /s/plants from abc.net.au
Rebels in Yemen are holding hostage an ageing, abandoned oil tanker at risk of explosion
1 year ago by muellermeierschulz to /s/deutsch from abc.net.au
The Orange roughy fish lives for 150 years, sexually matures at 30 years and does not produce a lot of offspring. Can it be fished sustainably?
1 year ago by runtis to /s/environment from abc.net.au
'Why am I here?': Mara is a woman but was sent to a men's prison
1 year ago by grixit to /s/GenderCritical from abc.net.au
Australia to spend $270b building larger military to prepare for 'poorer, more dangerous' world and rise of China - ABC News
1 year ago by Sw0rdofDam0cles to /s/Australia from abc.net.au
Hydrogen cars manufactured in Port Kembla could be future for Australia's motor vehicle industry
1 year ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from abc.net.au
Great Ocean Road campgrounds ban visitors from six Melbourne coronavirus hotspots
1 year ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/MelbourneAU from abc.net.au
14 boys rescued from 'most horrific' child-exploitation ring uncovered in Australia
1 year ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/news from abc.net.au
Jacinda Ardern announces New Zealand will relax coronavirus lockdown to level three next week - ABC News
1 year ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/NewZealand from abc.net.au
Arrested Aboriginal elder says communities in coronavirus lockdown can't access essentials - ABC News
1 year ago by codedtestament to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
Energy operator wants to remotely switch off rooftop solar systems amid 'uncontrolled growth' - ABC News
1 year ago by soumodas1978 to /s/GreenRevolt from abc.net.au
Anime and manga depicting sexual images of children spark calls for review of classification laws in Australia
1 year ago by AliceofX to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
Australia: The Tasmanian Government has announced it will invest $50 million to encourage the development of a hydrogen energy industry in the state.
People No Longer Believe Working Hard Will Lead To A Better Life - According To A Long-Running Global Survey A Growing Sense Of Inequality Is Undermining Trust In Both Society's Institutions And Capitalism
1 year ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/LateStageCapitalism from abc.net.au
Police arrest members of alleged Melbourne CBD pickpocketing ring
Anti-Scott Morrison protest to go ahead despite police plea to postpone
Fire chief calls out debate around fuel reduction burns as 'an emotional load of rubbish'
Farmers in Queensland's salad bowl region warn food prices will rise due to drought
Australia: Tassie battleground for a green hydrogen future. Dr Evan Franklin explains the pros and cons of building a hydrogen future. (Audio Podcast)
Independent monitor to be appointed for Whittlesea after sacking of Simon Overland
Power companies will soon be paying you to cut your energy use
'Ignorance has won': Apostrophe Protection Society closes its doors
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/Education from abc.net.au
Big River Milk the latest dairy farm to shut its gates amid price and drought pressure
Bardot goes into administration as it struggles in 'highly cluttered' retail sector
Family budgets are tricky enough. But for single parents, it can feel impossible
Venetians say floods and cruise ships are bringing their city to its knees
ASIO investigating reports of Chinese plot to install agent in Parliament, suspicious death
1 year ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/Intelligence from abc.net.au
Colombians under curfew after three killed during mass protests against President Ivan Duque
Australian plastic among waste 'contaminating' Indonesian food chains, report finds
155-year-old deli saw off the arrival of supermarkets, but will finally close its doors
Beekeepers traumatised and counselled after hearing animals screaming in pain after bushfires
Sunshine Coast hail storm declared 'catastrophe' as Insurance Council estimates $40 million in damage
Hong Kong police officer shot in leg with arrow, taken to hospital as protests continue
Waves of ash wash up on NSW beaches, Port Macquarie records world's dirtiest air as bushfires burn
Two Chinese people being treated for Black Death as authorities clamp down on online panic
The 2020s are set to be an economic turning point, says global banking giant
Drinking water in a remote Aboriginal town on the Nullarbor fringe has now depleted Clean drinking water is essential for survival — but one South Australian Aboriginal community has now been completely "bone dry" for days.
1 year ago by 7dej19 to /s/news from abc.net.au
Drought stimulus package includes $100 million for SA to turn on desalination plant, leaving water for farmers upstream
'When will they release us from the shackles and chains?': Woorabinda pushes for freehold land
Eggs are about to cost more, with drought pushing up price of grain and production
Cold snap delights Tasmanians with snowfalls across south of state
Brazil's tropical Pantanal wetlands, the world's largest, are burning as massive fire engulfs them
The Chinese government is using Australian universities and funny FaceApp data to create racial profiling AI to pick out non Han Chinese ethnic minorities on Chinese streets via surveillance cameras. Literally worse than Nazi Germany
1 year ago by TyrIsJesus to /s/news from abc.net.au
Hydrogen cars could be green vehicle of choice over battery electric cars by 2025. Similar to the VHS vs Beta debate in the 80s, the battle between different types of green motoring could see H2-fuelled cars come out on top over conventional battery-powered electric vehicles in the next five years
This is how much foids hate the sons of their betabuxxers.
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Incels from abc.net.au
Jeffrey Epstein's death, the anger and the conspiracy theories surrounding it
1 year ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
Woman who egged Scott Morrison sentenced to community work
2 years ago by SierraKiloBravo to /s/MelbourneAU from abc.net.au
Australia: (Audio) Hydrogen fuel test: can it can replace gas in homes? Featured- Alan Finkel, chief scientist
2 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from abc.net.au
UAE Withdrawal from Yemen Could be Decisive Moment in Civil War
2 years ago by Stankmango to /s/Yemen from abc.net.au
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to face extradition hearing in February 2020
2 years ago by r721 to /s/news from abc.net.au
Australian Federal Police officers are raiding the ABC's Sydney headquarters over a series of 2017 stories known as The Afghan Files.
2 years ago by r721 to /s/WorldNews from abc.net.au
John Pilger on Julian Assange, latest in Venezuela
2 years ago by salvia_d to /s/conspiracy from abc.net.au
2 years ago by salvia_d to /s/WorldPolitics from abc.net.au
Bitcoin couple could face death penalty for 'seastead' floating home in international waters. Charged under laws about intending to impact Thai sovereignty or deteriorate the independence of the state.
2 years ago by Arundel to /s/Libertarian from abc.net.au
Has Europe 'woken up too late to realise scale of China challenge'? China hails 'historic' Europe trip as Xi signs billion-dollar deals with France, BRI with Italy
2 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Geopolitics from abc.net.au
'It didn't make any sense': China censors all gay references out of Bohemian Rhapsody
2 years ago by Vigte to /s/Movies from abc.net.au
I interviewed hundreds of trolls. Everything I thought I knew about them was wrong
2 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from abc.net.au
Queensland Senator Pauline Hanson Roots For Assange - Qld is a state where TerrorGrüppe Kurzberg the "Celebrating Jews of 911" have been granted safe haven, Assange who is wanted for sexual assault in Sweden is "annoyed" by 9/11 truth we know he is a Zionist creation so must we assume is Hanson
2 years ago by CockeyeBob to /s/MartinTimothy from abc.net.au
The "All Men Must Die" Columnist, Clementine Ford quits Newspaper
2 years ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/Australia from abc.net.au
Cabinet documents reveal Pine Gap expansion deal and concerns about 'weaponising space'
Mysterious flesh-eating bacteria infects hundreds of Victorians
2 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Australia from abc.net.au
Is Darwin the lightning capital of the world? (Ahhh the irony is palpable)
2 years ago by Vigte to /s/environment from abc.net.au
What happens when poorer nations lured by China's cheap loans can't pay them back?
2 years ago by useless_aether to /s/communismwatch from abc.net.au
This cave could shed light on one of the biggest mysteries in human history
2 years ago by Vigte to /s/history from abc.net.au
'I'm paying off a licence I no longer own': Taxi drivers suing Uber
2 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/business from abc.net.au