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Meghan Markle Reveals Royal Baby's Due Date

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The countdown to the Royal baby has begun. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s first child will be due late April early May. 92 more words

Entertainment

Red light flashes on fuel security

The government is under fire for failing to finalise a promised review of how to fix its low onshore petroleum stockpiles — which make Australia non-compliant with International Energy Agency mandates — with some experts suggesting the commonwealth should hold its own fuel supplies as a cushion in the event of an international incident. 962 more words

Business

Christian Fittipaldi ready to move on from racing

In many respects, the Roar Before the Rolex 24 is just another weekend for Christian Fittipaldi, as he joins Joao Barbosa in preparing for a shot at their fourth overall victory in the Rolex 24 At Daytona. 609 more words

IMSA

The value of micro-credentials and badging needs continual clarification

Welcome today to David Porter, CEO of eCampusOntario, who joins us to discuss the value of micro-credentials and badging. After an intriguing keynote presentation at an educational event, David reached out to several education colleagues who work and research in the micro-credentials and badging arena. 2,014 more words

Student Success

Power giants take on Coalition

Under draft legislation to be taken to the Coalition party room tomorrow and introduced to parliament on Wednesday, the Coalition could gain the right to break up corporations as part of “big stick” measures to punish electricity retailers if they fail to bring prices down. 667 more words

Business

Collapse puts solar project in shade

Bright Energy Investments — 19.9 per cent owned by the state-run Synergy with the balance controlled by superannuation giant Cbus and the Dutch Infrastructure Fund — said it had terminated the contract. 405 more words

Business

Solar loans in RCR collapse

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has committed more than $400 million in debt finance to solar farms where RCR was in charge of the build-and-operate contract as part of a substantial commitment to push the development of the clean energy source in Australia. 440 more words

Business