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Australian Market Report of December 3, 2010: Winchester Resources (ASX:WCR) to Acquire High Grade Indonesian …
Australian Market Report of December 3, 2010: Winchester Resources (ASX:WCR) to Acquire High Grade Indonesian Manganese Project
Kelly Engineering takes regional honours
A tool that cuts farmers’ fuel use and need for chemicals has helped Kelly Engineering win the title of Australia’s Regional Exporter of the Year.
Days of the gas gussler numbered
AN Australian-designed electric car to be built in China plans to take on the world with a sub-$10,000 price and the promise of never needing fuel.
Australia job ads climb to near 2-yr high in Nov
SYDNEY, Dec 6 (Reuters) – Australian job advertisements in newspapers and on the Internet climbed to the highest level in nearly two years in November, a promising omen for further gains in the official labour report due later this week, a survey showed on Monday.
Australian gas deal a boost for Howden
HOWDEN Compressors, the Scottish engineering firm, has secured a multi-million pound deal to produce parts for a power plant in Australia.
Construction activity extends broad decline
Construction remained weak in November, with new orders registering a further decline and activity falling across all the major sectors, a survey shows.
Construction contracts again
CONSTRUCTION remained weak in November, with new orders declining and activity falling across all the major sectors, a survey shows.
Construction sector contracts again
CONSTRUCTION remained weak in November, with new orders registering a further decline and activity falling across all the major sectors, a survey shows.
Construction stays soft in November
Construction remained weak in November, with new orders registering a further decline and activity falling across all the major sectors, a survey shows.The Australian Industry Group Housing Industry Association …
Essa Australia fields takeover bid
Danish engineering group FLSmidth launches friendly bid. 6 Dec 2010 7:58 PM
Google grant to enhance online writing tutor
A grant from the world’s most popular search engine will help University of Sydney researchers enhance an online writing tool.
Austal buys Aust Technology Information
Shipbuilder Austal Ltd has bought defence services provider Australian Technology Information (ATI) Pty Ltd.
Austal buys Canberra’s defence based company ATI
Canberra-based and state-of-the-art systems engineering company, Australian Technology Information Pty Ltd (ATI) has been purchased by Austal, Australia’s leading shipbuilder and the world’s largest designer and builder of “high performance aluminium vessels for the defence and commercial markets”. It’s not often my sleepy home town of Canberra is in the news… hang on, who am I kidding, as the …
Robots imitate honey bees for aircraft aerobatics
(PhysOrg.com) — Australian scientists have developed a novel autopilot that guides aircraft through complex aerobatic manoeuvres by watching the horizon like a honey bee.
Qantas Pilots Credited With Saving Crippled A380
ATSB Reports More Than A Dozen System Errors After Trent 900 Engine Failed Australian Transportation Safety Bureau officials said in a news conference Friday that the pilots of a Qantas A380 which suffered an uncontained engine failure over Batam Island after departing from Singapore prevented a major disaster from occurring.
Fugitive WikiLeaks founder to hand himself in to police
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, will hand himself in to police, possibly as early as Tuesday, after a fresh European Arrest Warrant was issued by the Swedish authorities.
WikiLeaks: Julian Assange to hand himself in to police after arrest warrant issued
Julian Assange of whistle-blowing website expected to go voluntarily to UK police within the next 24 hours.
RAAF Retires F-111 Fighters
Swing-Wing Fighter Entered RAAF Service In 1973 After 37 years of service, the RAAF retired its fleet of F-111 fighters on December 3. The twin-engine swing-wing aircraft was introduced to the Royal Australian Air Force in 1973.
Robots Use Honeybee Tactics For Aircraft Aerobatics
Australian scientists have developed a novel autopilot that guides aircraft through complex aerobatic maneuvers by watching the horizon like a honey bee. Allowing aircraft to quickly sense which way is ‘up’ by imitating how honeybees see, engineers and researchers at The Vision Centre, The Queensland Brain Institute and the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at The …
Wikileaker Threatens ‘Doomsday Release’
British authorities vow to arrest Julian Assange. The Wikileaks founder promises to release a devastating new batch of confidential documents if he’s detained.