In a move which will enable fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers in Australia's mining and agriculture sector to stay connected on their iPhones even they work outside of network coverage areas, Optus has launched the Thuraya SatSleeve device for the iPhone 4 and 4S.
Former Bundaberg surgeon Jayant Patel should have given an alternative solution to his patient rather than conducting an operation. This is what that has been told by the patient.
Patel is blamed in the year 2004 of unnecessarily removing the large bowel and rectum of the 57-year-old man from Bundaberg named Ian Vowles.
Astronomers from Michigan State University have affirmed that they have discovered the densest galaxy ever seen. The galaxy is said to be the neighbor of the Milky Way as it is just 54 million light years away.
According to a 68-page report released by security vendor Kaspersky Lab on Wednesday, the mercenary hacker group `Icefog' may have targeted unnamed Australian organizations.
Black holes can simply be categorized as massive, puzzling cosmic occurrence with a voracious appetite. A new research demonstrates that these celestial mysteries have a certain level of finesse to their activities.
The Sydney Roosters declared that they don't have anything to hide after reports said the club sacked a sports nutrition company. Six players were found to have a high level Human Growth Hormone (HGH) in blood tests.
Reports on Thursday revealed that information of blood test result of the players. Results were found on the phone of an organized crime figure after being held by law enforcement officers.
In a recent copyright-infringement ruling which marks a win for Microsoft Australia, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia has ordered Melbourne trader Paul McLane to pay $4995 in compensatory damages, along with $300,000 in additional damages, for producing and selling pirated copies of Microsoft's Windows and Office software.
A leaked copy of NBN Co's latest three-year corporate plan has revealed that the project is on track, and its key financial estimates largely remain unchanged. The leaked 2013-2016 corporate plan indicates that the operating costs of the fibre-optic national broadband network (NBN) project remain unchanged at $26.4 billion over the next eight-year period.
Journal Critical Care and Resuscitation published study has found that people who suffer cardiac arrest outside the hospital have reduced chances of survival.
Study researchers looked at the NSW's condition and found that few people suffer from cardiac arrest outside the hospital. However, those who suffer are at increased risk to die.
As per Rollo Manning, a pharmacist and public health advocate, it is high time for the Department of Health to stop considering itself as a support mechanism for the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
According to the new research by the Australia's Victorian Cancer Registry (VCR), an increase in the level of obesity could cause uterus cancer in young women.
Nowadays, with the increasing advancement in the field of science, people are getting more and more facilities by sitting at their places.
A recent report by ABC has revealed that South Australia's Attorney-General John Rau has called for a review of how videogame classifications are applicable in Australia; thereby reopening the debate around gaming classification rules in the country.
According to The Australian Financial Review newspaper, Telstra is aggressively targeting a billion-dollar construction contract for National Broadband Network (NBN), for which it has created a test site at which the Coalition's preferred NBN technology is being used.
A recent investigation that focused on essential reforms has come up with suggestions such as plans for care integration must also comprise mental health services.
The Mental Health Foundation charity developed the Future of Mental Health Services inquiry the previous year. The aim was to look at the changes that would likely be required so as to cope with expected on-rise demand for services.
Suffering of cerebral malaria, a 10-year-old boy had to be transported by air to Royal Brisbane Hospital in Australia. He was earlier in Toowoomba and has been shifted on Sunday.
It has been found that the boy had come to the nation when his parents suffered injuries in an accident. He wanted to stay with his family on the Darling Downs.
An air traffic controller oversaw two Qantas passenger aircrafts that were about to collide with each other.
Air navigation services provider Air services Australia, who employs the traffic controller, said that the staff member has been moved to another role but has not been fired.
The Macedon Gas Field is finally supplying gas in Pilbara to the state's domestic gas market. This is being done after more than two decades of its discovery.
The project will cater at least 20 % of the state's daily gas needs as the resource is considered to be essential to meet the state's growing energy needs.
The Australian stock market went down in the day's trade. It was set to end lower after rebounding from yesterday's five-year high. It followed the US Federal Reserve's surprise decision to continue with its stimulus program.
A decade long Australian study has found that the overfishing of sharks for their fins has put an adverse effect on the coral reef formation in many parts of the world.
Scientists from Australia and Canada, led by the Australian Institute of Marine Science, have discovered a sharp decline in the number of the fish that helps to keep coral reefs healthy due to the decline in the number of sharks in those parts.
A foremost Magpie expert of the state recently exclaimed that swoopers from the sky would not spare you if you have put on coloured clothing. Some cable ties would even not protect you.
Griffith University's behavioural ecologist Dr. Darryl Jones stated that if a person got swooped, he should definitely give a thought to his local postie. Posties, as per the report, could get attacked almost 200 times in a day.
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