"Australia" Blogs & Blog Posts

Everyday Insanity and DelightEveryday Insanity and Delight

Blog of Australian photographer, designer, artist, scrapbooker and Mum, Nic...

 
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...

 
Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 
Retro Age Vintage FabricsRetro Age Vintage Fabrics

We are one of the world's largest vintage fabric online stores - welco...

 
Building our first houseBuilding our first house

Share our experience of house building with everyone

 
PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 
Brisbane Daily PhotoBrisbane Daily Photo

One photo per day from the capital of Queensland, Australia.

 


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German astronaut Alexander Gerst posts many extraordinary views from his lofty perch in the International Space Station. The European Space Agency astronaut and geophysicist has posted videos and photos from orbit showing the extreme power of Hurrica...

As if mother nature hadn’t already gifted Australia with a cornucopia of murderous flora and fauna, somebody had to go and make grocery store fruit deadly? Read more...

Elon Musk’s replacement as the chair of Tesla has been named and it is Robyn Denholm, an Australian executive who has been a director with the electric vehicle firm since 2014. Denholm is currently CFO of Australia-based telco Telstra and she&#...

Electric scooter and bike sharing company Lime has rolled into Australia, launching in Sydney on Friday. The Californian company's bright green, dockless electric vehicles have been released into the streets, with 300 e-bikes distributed through Sydn...

A gamer in Melbourne has had his assets frozen in connection with a popular video game cheat. He’s one of many being sued by game companies worldwide, raising questions about copyright law and the policing of online civility.

Born in Sydney, Clive James (1939- ) aka the Kid from Kogarah, remembered his childhood fondly. He grew up in an ordinary suburb near the beaches in Sydney. Buses from Kogarah serviced surrounding beaches like Monterey (2ks), allowing young Clive an...

Seemingly every industry is finding ways to use drones in some way or another, but deep underground it's a different story. In the confines of a mine or pipeline, with no GPS and little or no light, off-the-shelf drones are helpless — but an Austra...