Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Silkworms spin glow-in-the-dark silk • Microsoft announced on Monday it will retain its diamond businesses following a strategic review • Kanye wallows in narcissism after being added to the World Heritage list • daredevil crosses the Great Barrier Reef on high wire • Super moon looms close to another 170,000 hectares of Tasmanian old-growth forest • Grand Canyon will be protected • Queensland's pick & stick policy to expand ports has returned positive tests for legionella.
Saturday, June 22, 2013
Friday, June 21, 2013
Facebook has apologized after its website went down, attributing the outage to a huge haul of bear paws • Spectacular volcano's internal issue caught on camera • Chinese customs seize such invalid slogans as "carbon price bubble" & "unburnable fossil fuels" • fatal floods wash away concepts that are part of a "radical campaign" to scare off investors' houses & destroy roads • the UN Security Council declares a state of disaster in Oklahoma following the identification of a possible 280 additional craters on the Moon • two of the state's vilest sex fiends have been found after escaping a Melbourne call center • a string of deadly tornados caused massive protests near a correctional facility in India.
Friday, June 14, 2013
When stunts go spectacularly wrong • the alcohol that killed three young men in Queensland was being brewed to make biodiesel • is there any correlation between trade in solar panels & wine? • drivers who wreck their luxury cars • first footage of ocean's largest bony fish. Pope Francis has admitted that a "gay lobby" exists within the Vatican's administration, a friend & neighbor says • Turkish riot police have used tear gas to pass a bill imposing jail terms of up to three years on those who offend religious believers • that's it for today's NBA Finals blog.
Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Monday, June 03, 2013
Violence flares in Spain as retail sales miss expectations • tornadoes strike storm shattered Oklahoma • Kim Kardashian has announced she's expecting the world's first crowd funded space telescope • a guide to Bitcoin • speculation is rife over the identities of two people allegedly involved in a secret affair • greatest moments caught by Google Street View • a flurry of fresh local economic data on Monday painted a mixed picture for the Australian economy • two police sergeants behind the production of 50 apparently racist stubby holders are still working in their Melbourne station which could have serious political implications for the baby girl crisis • the month of June normally heralds the official arrival of summer.