How did a small but dangerous radioactive capsule get lost in the Australian desert?

A small radioactive capsule that went missing last week has finally been found somewhere in the desert in Australia after a massive search effort began. Authorities in Western Australia, when announcing their discovery, declared that they had “virtually found the needle in a haystack”. The missing silver capsule was only 8mm by 6mm, and is … Read more

A lost radioactive capsule has been found on a remote road in Australia

Brisbane, Australia CNN – Authorities examining a remote Australian highway have found a small missing radioactive capsule at the side of the road, after a difficult search that feels like trying to find a needle in a haystack. And state emergency authorities announced the discovery of the capsule on Wednesday afternoon, six days after the … Read more

Australian Open 2023: TV ratings fall off a cliff after $500m broadcast deal Channel 9 Nick Kyrgios Ash Barty

The Australian Open was a living nightmare for Channel 9 with damned numbers highlighting just how bleak things really are. Nine set out $500m to extend the Australian Open deal through 2030, but viewership plummeted in 2023. Watch tennis live with beIN SPORTS on Kayo. Live coverage of the ATP + WTA Tour tournaments including … Read more

Asia Pacific Markets, Federal Reserve, Wall Street, Apple, Tesla, Japan PMI

China’s technology, healthcare and real estate lead gains in Hong Kong Hong Kong-listed Chinese technology and healthcare shares led the gains in the Hang Seng Index, along with real estate shares in Wednesday’s trading session. Country Garden Services And the Longfor group Both saw the biggest gains, both up about 10% in Wednesday afternoon trading. … Read more

Trade mixed in Asia Pacific markets as the region kicks off in 2023

India’s cement stocks have performed well in government infrastructure spending, says IIFL Securities Sanjiv Bhasin, director at investment management firm IIFL Securities, said domestic cement stocks in India are set to rise as government spending on infrastructure increases. Government spending on both commercial and real estate, and [developments on] Infrastructure will see cement companies perform … Read more