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Optus backpedals on 5G promises as rivals blame Huawei ban

Optus has now backed down on this promise and is delaying the fact that Australian households enter for unspecified reasons, although by the end of the month 5G base stations will be activated in Canberra and Brisbane. It is not clear when consumers will be able to use this technology. Loading Industry sources have speculated that last year's government's ban …

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Aftermarket motor bursts into flames destroying Pinarello bike

The dangers of DIY bike modifications were learned by an Australian septuagenarian whose Pinarello bicycle was melted after the aftermarket e-bike battery exploded. Gerry Ryan, 79, reported mild burns and saw his bike cushioned while driving on Adelaide's Corkscrew Hill, regularly used by the Tour Down Under WorldTour event. An alleged short in the circuit saw the battery catch fire, …

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Wharfies vote to strike over ‘attack’ on pay and conditions

"Hutchison Ports Australia continues to negotiate in good faith with the union," a company spokesman said. "But the position of the company remains that it needs a more flexible workforce to improve its economic position and keep the people employed. We will not accept an agreement that tears us and reduces our tenor of life. Warren Smith of MUA The …

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Future Fund tender plan for superannuation

John Wylie, a high-profile veteran of the capital markets involved in the university endowment fund in Oxford, said that giving Australians access to the Fund for the future would be a "very good" move and better than the commission recommendation for a group of experts trying to raise funds with the best performance based on past performance. "The Futuro Fund …

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US on verge of 139GW solar boom

The United States is on the precipice of what could be a monumental solar boom that will develop over the next five years, with developers in the country asking to build 139GW of value in large -scale solar projects from the end of 2018. Announced at the beginning of 2019, pv magazine revealed that there were more than 139 GW …

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world’s largest aircraft the ‘flying bum’ gets full-production go-ahead

the world's largest aircraft is intended for full production with UK-based hybrid vehicles announcing the withdrawal and success in the final tests of the $ 40 million Airlander prototype. UK-based hybrid aircrafts captured the world when it unveiled the prototype, a lighter airship designed as an alternative to airplanes and helicopters. also known as "tramp" because of its resemblance to …

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Afterpay hits back at banks, consumer groups

While Afterpay has voluntarily established some of the requirements of the act, including hardships and external dispute resolution schemes, they remain strongly resistant to full banking regulation that would force all companies to conduct formal credit and convenience checks. at the counters. Afterpay's economic advisor Craig Emerson said that revelations to the royal commission and requests to the Australian Financial …

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Concord Italian restaurant survives despite ‘ghost town’ location

If you've grown up in Sydney, you're probably aware of the traffic drainage that is Parramatta Rd. The notorious strip linking Sydney CBD with the city of Parramatta is currently undergoing massive redevelopment to transform it into un But despite its obvious traffic congestion, noise pollution and lack of parking, there is a small family-owned Italian restaurant that has challenged …

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CUB is sorry, again | Brews News

Carlton and United Breweries yesterday apologized for changing the packaging on its Carlton Dry stubbies from teats to ring caps. After a tug of overwhelming comments on social media, CUB reversed his decision, promising a return The controversy began in October of last year when CUB announced that "the most refreshing beer and without complications of Australia "was becoming" even …

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