Month: December 2021

World News

Hazing project aims to frighten Edmonton's urban coyotes from the streets

Edmonton’s research project is enrolling new people to harass urban coyotes on the streets. A strong throwing arm is considered valuable. Volunteers will be encouraged to chase coyotes, charge and tread, while kicking tennis balls full of sand on the meat. Repeated howls, called aversive conditioning, are designed to make the foxes more afraid of […]

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Canadian violin maker makes his mark in the Italian town where the instrument was invented

Forty years have passed since Bernard Neumann left Montreal for Cremona, Italy, to learn violin. The modern-day Luthier, by the name of the violin maker, is still encouraged daily from his walk on the stone streets of northern Italy as well as the twisted doors of Romano and the corridors. “Just look at its beauty,” […]

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Australians forced to fork out more for rapid antigen tests as stores quick to sell out

It comes as Australia records the daily history of more than 19,000 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and, while thousands are waiting in line to receive PCR tests, rapid antigen testing (RATs) is hard to come by on a daily basis. Members lined up in their cars to undergo a COVID-19 PCR test at Sydney […]

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Gadget

MCU & Netflix Character Merge Discussed

Marvel Studios Hawkeye is now available on Disney +, and the cat is out of pocket on all shows, and Spider-Man: No Return Home about how the MCU and the old Netflix show go hand in hand. So from now on we should leave one of these… Destroyer of Warning If you have not seen […]

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Missing woman's clothes found on Lake Taupō beach

Issued Jan-Marie Burton is said to have disappeared with her family, and was last seen around 4pm on Wednesday. A woman whose clothes were found on the Taupō coast was not found, despite a thorough search to find her on Thursday. Jan-Marie Burton is said to have disappeared with her family, and was last seen […]

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Gadget

Sushmita Sen OPENS UP on break-up with Rohman Shawl; says, ‘Closure was important for both'

After many reports showing that all was not well in the middle Sushmita Sen and Rohman Shawl, the actor took to Instagram to share a note that they are no longer together. Sharing a photo with Rohman, he wrote, “We started out as friends, we are still friends !! The relationship ended long ago … […]

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Re-introduction of Bonelli’s Eagle is a Success in Mallorca

Bonelli Eagle has GPS in Mallorca. 30-12-2021UH Currently, the population Bonelli’s Eagle in Mallorca is 39 years old, ten years since its re-establishment in 2011 and as a result of the protection and monitoring activities of Life Bonelli (2013-2017) and Aquila a-Life (2017-2022). Located at the top of the food pyramid, due to the region’s […]

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'We do not condone the destruction of property': Aboriginal Tent Embassy condemns Old Parliament House fire

Demonstrators stand in front of the burned doors of Parliament House. Source: AAP Demonstrators have been sitting outside the Old Parliament for the past week and began a smoking ceremony on Thursday. In his remarks, the Aboriginal Tent ambassador said: “The actions of the protesters carrying out the” Smoking Ceremony “took place without the knowledge, […]

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News24.com | Former Australian parliament damaged by protest fire

An old Australian parliament caught fire during protests. Image / Twitter / @ OzraeliAvi A blaze has engulfed Australia’s parliament during a series of human rights protests. The fire broke out when police disrupted an Aboriginal smoking rally held at the entrance of the house. There was no immediate news of the extent of the […]

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Infant who tested positive for COVID-19 dies in South Australia

A two-year-old girl who was diagnosed with COVID-19 has died South Australia. The baby’s death is in addition to the death of a 90-year-old woman who contracted the virus this week. The cause of their death has not yet been determined and has been sent to the coroner. South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall has […]

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