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So we thought we’d spend this week’s edition answering your biggest questions and concerns. Yes, she is still recovering from Covid-19. Last Sunday, the palace announced the 95-year old monarch had tested positive for Covid that same day and was experiencing “mild, cold-like symptoms.” It confirmed she was receiving “medical attention” and a royal source …

Mr Weimar said locking down the Kings Park complex earlier would not have necessarily prevented more csases. “It highlights how important the circuit breaker has been in terms of minimising movement,” he said. “The recently identified people at Southbank and those in the last 10 days have had far fewer movements in the community, and …

Facebook (FB.O), Twitter (TWTR.N) and other social networks must have databases of Russian users on Russian territory by July 1 or face fines, the Interfax news agency cited communications regulator Roskomnadzor as saying on Wednesday. Russia is considering legislation that would force foreign technology companies to open offices in Russia or face penalties such as …

By Richard Wood12 May 2021 23:37 Professor Murphy said local manufacturing of mRNA vaccines – such as Moderna and Pfizer – won’t start until at least next year but it is technology “Australia has to have”. Australian manufacturing capacity was part of the deal signed with pharmaceutical giant Moderna. “It is very unlikely to be …

The public are being urged to give seals space in order to protect them from human disturbance before the Easter weekend. As lockdown measures ease, the government-backed campaign by the Seal Alliance is asking people to show special caution as seals have ventured further inshore on beaches and coastlines that have become quieter as a …

Governor-General David Hurley is set to visit flood-ravaged areas of Queensland and NSW in coming days as people reel from a once-in-a-generation weather event. Mr Hurley and his wife Linda will spend time with affected residents as conditions allow, Government House said in a statement. “On behalf of all Australians, our thoughts are with residents …

The current weather conditions continue to affect roads and public transport across many parts of the state. As a result, Sydney and Hunter passengers are urged to avoid unnecessary travel particularly in flood affected areas. A number of Busways services in the Hawkesbury, Penrith and Blacktown area will not operate today due to flooding. If …

Research on developing new technology for testing moisture per cent in paddy is in progress: ANGRAU Research Director Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University (ANGRAU) Director of Research N. Trimurthulu on Saturday appealed to farmers to adopt drone technology to minimise the input cost on agriculture workers apart from effective practices of seed sowing and spraying …

While Star Trek takes place in the future beyond such scare tactics, this nightmare of technology going too far is still well and good. Adults have been trying to convince us for ages (or since the early 90s) that video games and other electronic entertainment devices are going to be the downfall of our generation. …

New infections have soared with about one in five residents who get tested for Covid-19 receiving positive results. In a little more than a month, the county doubled its number of infections, climbing from about 400,000 cases on November 30 to more than 800,000 cases on January 2, health officials said Monday. The case deluge …