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One day, they may yet turn against us, but for now, they’re still our allies: A drone rescued two teenage swimmers in distress off the coast of New South Wales in Australia, according to a new report.read more
Whether you are a musician or just love to hear some great music, come along to The Caledonian (middle) Hotel this Sunday.
Music starts at 2pm right through to 5.30pm.
To celebrate World Wetlands Day be at the Yea Water Discovery Centre on the 2nd February at 7.00am.read more
Opening night of the Yea Art Show is on January 25th at the Yea Shire Hall starting at 7.30pm.read more
A former Navy pilot has opened up about an otherworldly experience he says he experienced in 2004. His testimony comes just days after the Pentagon officially revealed the existence of a secret office investigating the existence of UFOs.read more
It was named “paradise” square, but the Islamic State made it a hell on earth. As thousands return to Raqqa, the horrors of the ‘caliphate’ still haunt Naim Square and overshadow attempts to rebuild the ruined city.read more
Y Water Discovery Centre – Summer News is now available.read more
BOM warns Victoria to be hit by ‘unprecedented’ thunderstorms, flash flooding – 1st and 2nd December 2017
Victoria is set to be drenched with up to three times its monthly rainfall average mostly over two days with “unprecedented” thunderstorms due to hit the state on Friday and Saturday, which could lead to flash flooding.read more
Health benefits of coffee drinking supported by science, review finds, with links to lower risk of cancers, death
It seems every other day there’s a new report about whether drinking coffee is good for you or not.
Now, a review of more than 200 scientific studies has given weight to the idea that a cup a day — or even three — could actually have health benefits.read more
Amazon is set to launch its online retail service in Australia. This means that you will soon – probably by this Friday – be able to buy everything from food to electronics without paying exorbitant international shipping fees.read more
By 2025, according to a World Bank study, the waste produced by cities around the globe will be enough to fill a line of rubbish trucks 3,100 miles long every day.read more
An unusual combination of climate conditions is confounding climate experts, with the possibility that Australia could post a warmer and drier than average summer even with a La Nina event being declared.read more
Due to a lack of interest (and Crime) all were in favour of keeping NHW running on a smaller scale.read more
A man who years ago donated sperm to a couple, secretly, so they could have a child—only to have Facebook recommend the child as a person he should know.read more