Publication: The Australian

First reported 6 hours ago - Updated 4 hours ago - 1 reports

Iron price pushes through pain barrier

THERE is nothing psychological about iron slumping to below $US80 a tonne. But it can be thought of as a pain barrier given the number of local producers that cannot turn a buck at these prices rises to alarming levels. At Monday’s closing spot price ... [Published The Australian - 6 hours ago]
First reported 14 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

UWA snubs $100k degrees. Or does it?

First off the blocks: UWA put its hand up to be the . Just why they would do that beggars belief, especially since the news is not so great for students. Sure a flat $16,000 charge across all of its five broad undergraduate areas sounds politically palatable, ... [Published The Australian - 14 hours ago]
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

Nine top tricks for using iOS 8

1. Churning through battery? iOS 8 gives you a breakdown of how much battery each app has used over the past 7 days and past 24 hours. Go to SettingsGeneralUsage­Battery Usage. 2. You can set up thread alerts in mail for particularly important email threads. ... [Published The Australian - 10 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 18 hours ago - 1 reports

Plan needed for disaffected Muslims

DEMANDS for ruthless action on terrorism and that moderate Muslims should echo community condemnation risk being counterproductive (Letters, 22/9). It is a truism, but also something to be exploited, that most Muslims are not anti-social or extremist. ... [Published The Australian - 18 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 18 hours ago - 1 reports

No reason to ignore mammoth in the room

FRANK Furedi has attempted to get into the minds of those who wish us harm (“Youth rebellion that embraces authority”, 20/9), those who want to bomb pubs, chop off heads and rape women, all in the name of — well, you fill the gap. He compares today’s ... [Published The Australian - 18 hours ago]
First reported 20 hours ago - Updated 20 hours ago - 1 reports

Presenter adds spark to radiant expats

PICK OF THE DAY: Brilliant Creatures, ABC, 8.30pm. THIS quite dazzling series — subtitled Germaine, Clive, Barry and Bob — from documentarian Paul Clarke, which concludes tonight, shows how four young Australians, Germaine Greer, Clive James, Barry Humphries ... [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
First reported 20 hours ago - Updated 20 hours ago - 1 reports

Climate has us at a standstill

SELDOM in its 58 years in television has the ABC screened anything less riveting than Saturday’s New Zealand election count. The host, TVNZ’s Mike Hosking, could barely stay awake as we watched John Key’s drive through the sodden Wellington streets on ... [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
First reported 20 hours ago - Updated 20 hours ago - 1 reports

Be wary of grab for handouts

PUSHERS, poseurs and rent-seekers will use every trick in the book to make their points. A calm, detached or empirical presentation, perhaps, or maybe something emotional, subjective, even hysterical — whatever it takes to win the argument, which often ... [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
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Radical ideas worth consideration

WITH Ian Harper as chair of the Competition Policy Review, ably assisted by a highly competent panel of reviewers, the quality of the draft report was never in any doubt. IAN Harper’s draft competition policy report contains a number of quite radical ... [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
First reported 21 hours ago - Updated 21 hours ago - 1 reports

Single hymn sheet too hard for the ALP

BILL Shorten evidently trusts the PM on security, but some MPs have other ideas. Unity ticket? Bill Shorten responds to the Prime Minister’s national sec­urity statement yesterday ... [Published The Australian - 21 hours ago]
First reported Sep 22 2014 - Updated 23 hours ago - 1 reports

Defence enlists new e-health system

DEFENCE has flicked the switch on a multi-million-dollar system with deep analytics capability that can chart health trends in the workforce and potentially ­prevent serious illness from spreading. The features were part of the department’s new $133 million ... [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
First reported Sep 22 2014 - Updated Sep 22 2014 - 1 reports

The smartphone-controlled racer

The Sphero and Ollie (in the air) robotic toys from Orbotix. Source: Supplied THE hallway in our home turned into a makeshift drag strip as I squirted a highly mobile, smartphone-controlled, brightly lit ­plastic tube up, down and around the house. The ... [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]

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Iron price pushes through pain barrier [Published The Australian - 6 hours ago]
Nine top tricks for using iOS 8 [Published The Australian - 10 hours ago]
UWA snubs $100k degrees. Or does it? [Published The Australian - 14 hours ago]
Plan needed for disaffected Muslims [Published The Australian - 18 hours ago]
No reason to ignore mammoth in the room [Published The Australian - 18 hours ago]
Presenter adds spark to radiant expats [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
Climate has us at a standstill [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
Radical ideas worth consideration [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
Be wary of grab for handouts [Published The Australian - 20 hours ago]
Single hymn sheet too hard for the ALP [Published The Australian - 21 hours ago]
The smartphone-controlled racer [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Cloud cover casts shadow over contracts [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Set-top viewers to monitor trends [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Trial to ‘see’ around corners [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Analysts eye new cyber threats [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Apple upgrade no cure for old age [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Defence enlists new e-health system [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Telstra logs in to Equinix centre [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Privacy policy stirs mixed response [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Firm now has its head in the cloud [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Lurking competition threat in Harper review [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
AiF and SPA announce honourees [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Former PM’s return nabs a million [Published The Australian - Sep 22 2014]
Noirish Quirke is a writer’s albatross [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
Our loss is Indonesia’s gain [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
Rasher judgments of Bacon [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
Roadshow slams piracy doubts [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
Buying groups plan own premium ad exchanges [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
Support grows for curbs on Google [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
Swinburne flags VET restructure [Published The Australian - Sep 21 2014]
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