September 23, 2018

Scientists built a robot that hunts and kills starfish

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By Mike Wehner from BGR Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has seen better days. The massive natural wonder is dealing with the impacts of ocean warming (thanks to manmade climate change) which have pushed species away and killed off massive sections of coral, but that’s not the only problem the reef has been forced to deal […]

Cayman Islands: UPDATE – Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision on Esterly Tibbetts Highway (Man now named)

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From RCIPS Man now named Police can now confirm that the victim in yesterday’s vehicle collision was Geoffrey Cornwall, age 56, a resident on island who was originally from Australia. The RCIPS extends its condolences to the friends and family of the deceased.   Police can now confirmed that the victim in the below incident […]

Pope Francis condemns child sex abuse and Church cover-ups

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From BBC Pope Francis has condemned the “atrocities” of child sex abuse and clerical cover-ups in a letter to the world’s 1.2bn Roman Catholics. The letter to “the People of God” calls for an end to the “culture of death” in the Church, addresses failures to deal with abuse and asks for forgiveness. Last week […]

Destination of the week

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AUSTRALIA – OUTSTANDING DESTINATION From Travel Blissful When trying to decide what to see in Australia you can be faced with many decisions. Are you looking for famous places in Australia to visit, the most beautiful places in Australia, the important places, the historical places, the best holiday destinations in Australia or something else? Here […]

White South Africans are being slaughtered and the media ignores it

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By Michael Savage From Newsmax There is a genocide going on in South Africa as its leaders are set to change their constitution to legally steal white farmers’ lands and throw them out of the country. Liberals may believe that this seizure is just, but I should caution you as to what happened when this […]

Deadly wildfires in California

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Firefighters from Australia have been called in to help fight the deadly wildfires in California By SARAH KIMMORLEY From Business Insider 188 Australian and Kiwi firefighters have been sent to California. Many will be sent to the Carr Fire, which has spread across 51,360 hectares. The blaze has killed at least six people and destroyed […]

Trade war another blow for US beef exporters trying to regain foothold in China

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By Sarah Zheng From South China Morning Post After Beijing ended a nearly 14-year ban on imports, tariffs may put pressure on US cattle farmers and meat The escalating US-China trade war will make it even tougher for US cattle farmers to sell to China, the world’s second largest beef importer, after Beijing ended a […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Seeing President Trump in a pleasing light

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By Sir Ronald Sanders US President Donald Trump did not sign “The Charlevoix G7 Summit Communiqué” in Canada in early June. In not doing so, he demonstrated doubts about the Group in which the US participates with Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the Presidency of the European Union (EU). The presence of the […]

Gadget of the week

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Kano’s next coding kit is a Harry Potter wand By Nick Summers From engadget The companion app lets you code and perform iconic spells including ‘Incendio!’ Harry Potter fans have plenty of replica wands to choose from. Some are designed for children, with mystical sound effects and LED lights. Others hew closer to movie props […]

A 1,300-pound ‘monster’ crocodile has finally been captured after a nearly decade-long hunt in Australia

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By Madison Dapcevich, IFL Science From Business Insider A 1,300-pound crocodile that evaded rangers in Australia for nearly a decade has finally be caught. Rangers in the Northern Territory say it’s rare to find a crocodile that large in the Katherine River. The “monster” crocodile is over 15 feet long and weighs more than 1,300 […]