"Australia" Blogs & Blog Posts

In search of a life less ordinaryIn search of a life less ordinary

Looking to find a different way of living, I headed overseas in the summer ...

 
Simona AlbaneseSimona Albanese

A passion for art, culture and travel...photos and information, comments an...

 
Australia Daily PhotoAustralia Daily Photo

A Daily Photo from around Australia

 
Brisbane's Best WalksBrisbane's Best Walks

Great places for walking in Brisbane, Australia.

 
Drive around Australia - Two Poms in a 4x4Drive around Australia - Two Poms in a 4x4

Over 36,000 kms touring all the way around Australia! Our home for 7 month...

 
RodneyOlsen.NetRodneyOlsen.Net

Rodney Olsen is a husband, father, blogger, cyclist and radio announcer fro...

 
just another dayjust another day

Describes just another day in my life as a teacher, a wife, a daughter and ...

 


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A document sent by the search giant to Australian regulators argues that the company doesn’t control enough of the digital ad industry to overcharge customers or block competitors.

A few things of interest.....Clarence Valley, NSW * Much like the saplings in her hand, Hayley Talbot is hoping her idea to help local bushfire-affected areas will sprout and grow tall. Ms Talbot, through her business Blanc Space, and project partner...

President Woodrow Wilson helped create the League of Nations post-WW1 at the Versailles Conference June 1919. But the US Sen­ate rej­ect­ed membership and the U.S with­drew into isolation. As Europe moved to WW2 in the 1930s, the League was un­a...

NASA is in the midst of upgrading Deep Space Station 43 — one of its Deep Space Network’s largest antennas located in Canberra, Australia — to prepare for future missions. The agency’s Deep Space Network is a collection of dishes that make co...

Australia and the UK have opened a joint investigation into Clearview AI. Specifically, the regulatory bodies are concerned with Clearview’s practice of using “scraped” data and biometrics. The two countries aren’t the first to question Clea...

The first underwater Aboriginal archaeological sites have been discovered off northwest Australia dating back thousands of years ago when the current seabed was dry land. A selection of stone artefacts found on the seabed during fieldwork [Credit:...

When Troy Hunt launched Have I Been Pwned in late 2013, he wanted it to answer a simple question: Have you fallen victim to a data breach? Seven years later, the data-breach notification service processes thousands of requests each day from users who...