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Pilfering of discarded refrigerator parts making it more expensive for recycling

Waste collection cooperatives GreenPak Co-op and Green MT have called on the Environment and Resources Authority to clamp down on the illegal pilfering of valuable refrigerator parts, which they said was leading to a pile-up of unwanted refrigerators at the Wasteserv facilities. Discarded appliances in Malta are delivered to national waste agency Wasteserv, which are …

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Krispy Kreme releases world’s first ‘duffin’: Doughnut, muffin combination

The brand best loved for the iconic “original glaze” has created an entirely new donut that is a combination of two popular desserts. Krispy Kreme lovers should get excited for a “world-first” from the donut giant. The well-known brand, best loved for its “original glaze” ring, has created an entirely new treat – the “Duffin”. …

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As petrol prices soar, eco-driving can save money on fuel and reduce emissions, experts say

Amid rising cost of living expenses, and petrol prices over $2 per litre, experts say eco-driving techniques could help Australians save money on fuel and reduce emissions. According to the RACQ, eco-driving is a “smart, smooth, and safe” driving technique that can lead to fuel savings of 15 per cent, or up to $400 a …

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Emirates A380 Superjumbo Lands With Hole Blown Into The Side of Fuselage And Insiders Claim The Damage Occurred On Takeoff

An Emirates A380 superjumbo landed at Brisbane International Airport on Friday evening with a large hole blown into the side of its fuselage in an area close to the left-hand wing known as the root fairing. Insiders claim the damage may have occurred on takeoff out of Dubai around 13 and a half hours before …

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Buyers drop $1.47 million on Maribyrnong house ahead of likely interest rate rise

It was one of 523 auctions scheduled in Melbourne on Saturday, a quieter weekend due to the school holidays. By evening, Domain Group recorded a preliminary clearance rate of 54.9 per cent from 390 reported results, while 46 auctions were withdrawn. Withdrawn auctions are counted as unsold properties when calculating the clearance rate. In Melbourne’s …

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Plane etiquette: Flight attendant’s pet peeves, warning to passengers

A crew member has taken to Facebook revealing the one question you shouldn’t ask a flight attendant and what happens if you do. It started off as a well-intentioned piece of advice aimed at passengers. Posted onto a popular solo traveler Facebook group, flight attendant *Sharon talked about how to beat flight delays, what to …

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Unlivable Redfern house sells for $1,025,000, or $85,000 less than last time

The terrace was previously at the center of a 2016 legal battle between a Sydney banker, who tried to take possession of the vacant derelict home, and angry neighbours. The squatter’s claim was dismissed by the Supreme Court of NSW in late 2016, and the property was sold the following year. The most recent owners …

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