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Safety and security offered by online casinos in Australia

When you play for real money, you specify personal details, enter bank cards, and share information about your digital wallets.
By Newsday May. 14, 2023

Batteries won’t cut it – we need solar thermal technology to get us through the night

Solar thermal technology has the potential to provide both long-duration storage and industrial heat, yet it has been largely overlooked in the Australian context.
By Dominic Zaal, CSIRO May. 6, 2023

Interview: Prospect MD hints at fresh deal with Chinese miner

The successful Phase 1 reverse circulation (RC) drilling programme for a total of 1 636 metres was completed in October 2022.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Mar. 17, 2023

Zim tennis team goes into Uruguay tie as underdogs

The first and second singles will be played at Harare Sports Club this morning with Zimbabwe’s second seed Courtney Lock clashing with Uruguay’s top seed Martin Quevas.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Feb. 3, 2023

How much oil reserves does Zim have?

Managing director Scott  Macmillan says  the early results are “an exciting development validating our subsurface model”. 
By Respect Gwenzi Nov. 18, 2022

Invictus in potential hydrocarbon findings

Invictus reported that it had reached the second phase of drilling several hundred metres and identified hydrocarbons at a width of 12 ¼”.
By Tatira Zwinoira Oct. 27, 2022

Hawthorn Football Club hit by 'harrowing' racism, bullying claims

Hawthorn Football Club players were reportedly isolated from family, told to leave their partners and one alleges he was ordered to end a pregnancy.
By BBC News Sep. 21, 2022

Dzimbanhete in Germany for Documenta 15

Speaking to NewsDay Life & Style, Dzimbanhete Arts and Culture Interactions centre director Jonathan Goredema Dube said Laura Ganda, who is the Dzimbanhete project manager is the one representing the organisation at the week-long exhibition which started in Senegal and is now in Germany.

By The NewsDay Jul. 13, 2022

School of sport: It’s my job

In addition, and probably far more importantly, they are both humble and balanced in their view of sport. Barty has given up her illustrious tennis career at the age of 26, as the reigning Wimbledon and Australian Open champion, as she had lost her love of the game, even admitting that after winning Wimbledon (her biggest dream) she “wasn’t quite fulfilled”. She went on to say, “I don’t have the physical drive, the emotional want and everything it takes to challenge yourself at the very top of the level anymore.

By The NewsDay Jul. 3, 2022