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Dinosaurs took evolutionary fast track to planetary dominance

By Bianca Nogrady Updated December 08, 2015 07:24:07 Photo: An artist’s impression of animals that lived 235 million years ago in northwestern Argentina. Fossils identified in this area consist of ancient mammal relatives Dinodontosaurus (left background) and Magssetognathus (left foreground) and early dinosaur relatives Lewisuchus (right background) and Lagerpeton (right foreground). (Victor Leshyk) Map: Argentina…


Globe-initial app to track endangered loggerhead turtles

Posted December 06, 2015 12:04:14 A world-very first app will aid conservationists uncover the mysteries behind the movements of the endangered loggerhead turtles. A team of environmental scientists and conservationists have gathered at Gnaraloo Station in Western Australia’s North West to track the journey of loggerheads through the Indian Ocean and make it obtainable to…


Finishing touches made to Tasmania’s Three Capes Track

By Fiona Blackwood Posted December 05, 2015 14:09:56 Photo: The Three Capes Track is the largest construction project ever undertaken by the Parks and Wildlife Service. (ABC News: Fiona Blackwood) The lengthy anticipated Three Capes Track opens this weekend, permitting walkers to make a 46-kilometre journey about Cape Pillar and Cape Hauy with views to…


NBN boss insists roll-out on track, despite poor quality Optus network

Posted November 25, 2015 18:21:17 Photo: Leaked reports show the Optus network is not fit for the NBN and it could delay the Australia-wide roll out. (Reuters) The National Broadband Network (NBN) says its long-range plans remain on track, regardless of leaked documents displaying significant issues about the state of the Optus cable network. The…