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Whale watching to reopen at Jervis Bay

With the New South Wales government announcing an easing of COVID restrictions this week, whale watching cruises are set to reopen, just in time for the peak of the migration season at Jervis Bay. Local tour operators hope to reopen safely with reduced boat capacity around October 11 for those …

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Is there a better solution for infection control?

Tourniquets are classified as “non-critical” medical devices and are one of the most widely used medical devices in a number of settings. This includes spaces such as emergency departments (ED) and intensive care units (ICU), theaters, vascular access clinics, pathology, cancer care wards and other routine areas and daily such …

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Sydney’s Whitehat agency launches new website and branding

Sydney’s Whitehat agency is launching a new website and branding today. Full-service digital marketing agency Whitehat Agency today launched its new website and branding, with the end-to-end project being done by its own team of web designers, developers and experienced UX specialists. The new website was designed to respond seamlessly …

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Shelter: October Highlights | TV tonight

On October 1, Shelter is launching apps for Apple TV, Google TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku for iOS, Android, and online. Shelter is proud to have partnered with Vimeo to bring these new apps and features to our subscribers. The apps are free to download and ready to enhance …

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LTU Wins National Engineering Education Award

SOUTHFIELD — A comprehensive thesis project team from Lawrence Technological University was one of eight national winners of the National Council of Surveyors in Engineering and Land Survey Engineering Education Award. LTU was the only Michigan university to win any of the awards. The project, developed by students of LTU’s …

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Resources of the Urban Development Program –

The UDP contains information from a wide variety of sources and additional document references from organizations such as the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Commission of Greater Sydney and Sydney Water. Access the following resources and accompanying explanatory notes and links: Sydney Housing Supply Forecast …

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Lookout Security Solutions selected for the Zero Trust project of the NIST National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE)

SAN FRANCISCO, September 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Lookout inc., an endpoint-to-cloud integrated security company, announced its collaboration with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as part of its “Implementing a Zero Trust Architecture” project. Zero Trust is a …

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Sydney Contemporary Art Fair rolls over to 2022, announces digital event in 2021

Due to continued uncertainty surrounding COVID restrictions, Australasia’s premier art fair, Sydney Contemporary, has postponed its physical art fair until September 2022 while offering a digital edition – Explore Sydney Contemporary – from 11 to 21 November. Providing crucial support to the artistic community, Explore Sydney Contemporary will showcase 1,800 …

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Forecast for Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Tony Award-winning Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s solo play Lackawanna Blues — he wrote it, directed it, and starred in it — is now on Broadway at MTC’s Friedman Theater. It celebrates the strong, big-hearted woman who raised him: Miss Rachel. At a 1950s boarding house outside of Buffalo, Nanny, as she was …

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Nokia has resumed its participation in the O-RAN Alliance

Nokia announced that Vocus, an Australian fiber and network solutions provider, has deployed Nokia’s solution to provide 200G optical links spanning more than 4,100 km between Brisbane and Darwin. Nokia’s 1830 Photonic Service Switch (PSS) is used to upgrade Vocus optical network between Adelaide, Brisbane and Darwin to provide 200G …

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Forecasts for the weekend 17-18-19 September 2021

Broadway is back! Shows such as Hamilton, Wicked, Chicago, Hadestown, Waitress, and Go over are open and running, with many more to follow. This weekend, NYC celebrates with the Curtain Up! Festival, September 17-19, 2021. And stars, including Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, celebrate the return of live theater: Weekend webcast: …

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Return a terrorist | RNZ

Ahmed Aathill Mohamed Samsudeen appears before the Auckland High Court on August 7, 2018. Photo: New Zealand Herald / Greg Bowker A quiet street in West Auckland filled with factories, workshops and a few houses was home to LynnMall supermarket terrorist Ahamed Aathill Mohamed Samsudeen. Since July, he had been …

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Sales Development Representative – Pedestrian TV

High growth digital media company with innovative products and progressive sales culture – unchanged and growing during lockdown! Market leading commission system with uncapped (and realistic!) OTE of $ 70,000 +, with our best earnings over $ 95,000 + Focus on a high performing and fast sales culture balancing healthy …

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400 meters hurdles at the Olympics

JEWEL SAMADGetty Images Two races, two world records and a very special generation of athletes: In an astonishing 24-hour spell in Tokyo this week, the world got to witness two of the most beautiful track finals in Olympic history. As a rule, the 400-meter hurdles is not a flagship event …

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Australian startup ‘Employment Hero’ has raised $ 102 million in Series E, partners with Design by Twist – Joplin Business Journal

Employment Hero is a Sydney-based cloud HR, payroll and benefits startup co-founded by CEO Ben Thompson and CTO Dave Tong. Employment Hero currently benefits 6,000 businesses and manages over 250,000 employees worldwide. The company increased its workforce by 65% ​​in fiscal year 2020-2021, bringing the total to 325 full-time equivalents …

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Top 20 Adelaide Development Projects

Adelaide is preparing to add a succession of major development projects to her rapidly rising horizon. Australia’s fifth-largest city was recently boosted by infrastructure spending of $ 17.9 billion with 130 active job sites across the city. As Adelaide’s infrastructure backlog has finally started to shift, South Australia’s capital is …

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Destination NSW reschedules Vivid Sydney 2021

Destination NSW today announced that in the interest of the health and safety of the community, Vivid Sydney will be postponed from September 17 to October 9, 2021. Employment, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Minister Stuart Ayres said NSW must work together to contain the current outbreak and noted that …

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Business Development Officer – Pedestrian TV

Hybrid is a digital media company that creates compelling media for higher education and technology. We specialize in connecting and reconnecting our clients with new and existing audiences. We are aware that many industries have been hit hard by the global crisis, making our capabilities and purpose more critical than …

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Adelaide on with a new annual winter event

Illuminate Adelaide – the new major annual winter event that takes over the streets, alleys and buildings of Adelaide from July 16 to August 1, 2021 – is a celebration of innovation, music, art, technology and light. The event takes place in venues ranging from the alleys of the CBD …

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TEG announces the launch of a new global partnership

TEG announced the launch of TEG Rockefeller, a new global strategic partnership and joint venture with The Rockefeller Company of New York. The Rockefeller Company of New York creates family entertainment films, animations and theater shows based on popular children’s books and films. Its subsidiary Rockefeller Productions, founded in 2014, …

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AWS Launches Developer Debugging Program

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Launches Global Contest To Encourage Developers To Hunt A Million questionable code and software vulnerabilities, and potentially eliminate hundreds of millions of dollars in technical debt, using the Amazon CodeGuru console in the AWS BugBust challenge. Developers can register online to create a BugBust event to …

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Forecast for Monday, June 21, 2021

The exterminating angel is launching free week 67 live broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera from their video archive, as part of their Pride Week series. Directed by Tom Cairns, with set design and costumes by Hildegarde Bechtler and lighting by Jon Clark, the opera is based on the 1962 film …

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Forecast for Monday, June 14, 2021

The Joyce Theater presents the world premiere of Neo, with ABT lead dancers James Whiteside and Isabella Boylston in their first post-quarantine collaboration choreographed by ABT artist in residence Alexei Ratmansky. Based on the original score by Dai Fujikura, the work is accompanied by live music by Sumie Kaneko. Shot …

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Motion Graphic Artist / Editor

Motion Graphic Artist / Editor Elastic Studios is a fast-paced, client-focused independent creative agency based in Sydney and Melbourne. We specialize in branding, design, production and live performance. We are looking for a Motion Graphics Specialist to join our Sydney team, someone who can adapt effectively to any environment, with …

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June 9, 2021 | In short

Regents seek comments on proposed operating budget At its meeting on June 10, the Board of Regents will consider Annual operating budget recommended by President Gabel for fiscal year 2022. The Regents welcome comments from the college community on the proposed budget through written comments or participation in a public …

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Graphic designer – Pedestrian television

We are looking for a talented Graphic Designer to join our team on a 12 month maternity leave contract. Hoselink is Australia’s premier gardening e-commerce retailer, established for over 20 years and growing. We care about providing quality watering and gardening solutions to help people connect with their gardens, outdoor …

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Features: Oraco

Oraco is a branding and communication agency based on Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne with a diverse portfolio of international and Australian clients. It’s a tight-knit team of dedicated creatives and communicators passionate about building and developing brands for forward-thinking companies creating positive change. They provide support through branding, communications, social media, …

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Sarah, dog by Dr Lisa & STUFF

Sarah is a new boutique hotel in Darlinghurst, Sydney, with a room on the ground floor open all day in a lively area. They are looking for a Experienced chef to join their team, work in an open kitchen, interact with their guests and other customers! Their daytime business will …

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THE 20 MILLION JOBS OF FREELANCER.COM IN FIGURES

Freelancer.com, the world’s largest online job marketplace by registered users and posted jobs, took another milestone this week as record year-over-year growth of 17% on the other of the platform continues. SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – News Direct – Freelancer.com Due to the pandemic, more and more people are turning to self-employment …

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Quayclean Australia points out changes to student work visas are hurting cleaning industry

Quayclean Australia pointed out that the government’s temporary legislative changes allowing student visa holders to work up to 40 hours per week in the tourism and hospitality sector are compromising the cleaning industry and potentially endangering Australian businesses and the health of Australians. Quayclean Australia Managing Director Mark Piwkowski formally …

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IPG sells majority stake in 303 MullenLowe to Attivo

Cameron Murchison Interpublic Group (IPG) has agreed to sell a majority of its stake in 303 MullenLowe Australia and a minority stake in Mediahub Worldwide Asia-Pacific to a New Zealand-based group, Attivo. The two new investment structures allow local management to have stakes in companies while maintaining a close affiliation …

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Swedish central bank tests digital currency

Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Central Bank of Sweden Riksbank said on Friday (May 28) that he was working with the lender Handelsbanken to test e-krona digital currency, Reuters reported. The collaboration will test how e-krona will be able to handle day-to-day payments, the bank said in the report. …

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Engineering firm involved in Nine HQ hit by cyber raid

The criminal group also threatened to launch a denial of service attack on the company’s website if it didn’t pay. One such attack involves flooding a website with traffic to make it unavailable or unusable. “Our forensic investigation reveals that the unauthorized third party accessed information on our systems as …

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