February 27, 2024 8:54 AM

australia

Aussies Invest $1.2 million in Tesla and Bosch Self-Driving Cars Partnership

The Victorian government has invested $1.2 million at this initiative, hand-in-hand with its Transport Accident Commission. The Australian Driverless Vehicle Initiative also shared that Australians were keen on self-driving cars for when 'they're bored' -- not necessarily a safety feature, but could prove to be another advantage to the self-driving car.

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Finland, Qatar, UAE Top World's Safest Cities; UK, Less Safe Than Rwanda, Saudi Arabia

Global heavyweights such as the United Kingdom and the United States of America fared poorly, lagging at 63rd, and 73rd place, respectively. According to The Telegraph, this puts them below countries such as Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan, Malaysia, and Rwanda.

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Air New Zealand Launches Campaign To Become Transit Hub for Australians

Air New Zealand launches campaignt to become transit hub for Australians by offering long-haul flights.

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Jason Beachroft: The First Man To Kayak Around Australia

After paddling 18, 000 kilometers circumnavigating Australia, including Tasmania in 533 days, Jason Beachcroft is the first man to earn kayaking grandeur.

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Travel Delays in Australia are Expected Due to Border Staff Daily Walk Off

Immigration and Border Force staff in Australia are expected to carry out 30-minute strikes all day, every day as a sign of protest for not reaching an agreeable negotiation with the Federal Government.

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Abnormal Rainfall in New South Wales Causes Flash Floods: Pontarddulais Come up with Resolution

Low pressure system that is currently under New South Wales brings showers and rain to most of the state has been affecting families by causing flash floods.

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Common Misconceptions About Different Countries

Either due to what's on the Internet or how the country is depicted on movies, you would usually accept these misconceptions as true.

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Shark Fails to ‘Swallow’ Tourist’s Arm ‘Whole’

What is believed to be a silky shark failed to 'swallow' a tourist's arm 'whole' after the victim smacked the predator's head with her right arm.

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Top Most Venomous Snakes in Australia

Australia is the country known to be home of the most dangerous and venomous snakes in the world. However, these snakes are not all aggressive which is why there isn’t much snake bite incidents in the country. Read on to know more about the top venomous snakes in the world which can be found in Australia.

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Secret Travel Destinations In Australia

A list of hidden tourists spots in Australia. These spots have zero to no tourists at all. These destinations less traveled include Wilsons Promontory National Park, Heron Island in Queensland, Litchfield National Park, Bigge Island , and Coral Bay both in Western Australia

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Cloud-based Passports: Australia's Big Move for Outright Security

Canada's hidden illustrations on their passports that can only be seen when put under a UV light does not sound that appealing anymore. Sorry, Canadians but Australia's cloud-based passport is now a bigger hit.

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Unusual ‘Cloud Hole’ Creates a Striking Sight in Australia

A bizarre "cloud hole" engulfed Australia's sky this week. Was it just another phenomena that can be explained through science or was it something else.

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Events to Watch Out For in Australia This November

Get yourself ready to party this November as two musical events are bound to happen around Australia.

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Top Five Creepiest Places On Earth

These are the creepiest places around the world.

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What to Do in Australia

Australia is one of the best places to visit any time of the year. It has so much to offer its guests and visitors. Whether you are traveling to Australia or jsut want to explore more of your own place, here is a checklist for you.

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