Email By Casey Briggs Posted February 12, 2019 14:55:42 Photo: Steven Marshall and David Speirs responding to the royal commission in January. (ABC News) Related Story: Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission slams authority for 'maladministration' Related Story: I was the only insider allowed to speak at the Murray-Darling royal commission. Here's what I told them Related Story: Towns shut, drinking water gone: Warnings follow Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission report Map: Adelaide 5000 South Australian Premier Steven Marshall has slammed a royal commission's scathing criticism of Water Minister David Speirs as "ludicrous" and "nonsensical" in Parliament. Key points:The SA Premier defends a deal negotiated with basin states last yearHe hit out at the royal commissioner's report in Parliament, but refused to repeat the commentsThe report was scathing of Water Minister David Speirs Last month, the Murray-Darling Basin Royal Commission handed down its findings and … [Read more...] about SA Premier Steven Marshall hits out at Murray-Darling Basin royal commissioner
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Movies and television shows about rap music are inherently rebellious - the beats, the fury; they’re all directed towards an archetypal oppressor. They’re about social structures and family, about class conflict and a thorough disregard for authority. Depending on where they are set – like the zombie genre – the cultural context changes.The white policemen that might be the adversaries in a story about black Los Angeles youth could transform into a different shade in Gully Boy, the upcoming film starring Ranveer Singh. Set in the slums of Mumbai, it takes a largely American art form and roots it in the heart of India. Gully Boy is based on the life of the rapper Divine, and several other young rappers, who together formed the Gully Gang of artistes who were born in the chawls of Mumbai. The years he spent growing up on the streets of the City of Dreams and the important role his mother played in his childhood are recurring themes … [Read more...] about Can Ranveer Singh’s Gully Boy match up to these best rap movies of recent times?
Video PlayerClose by Levi J Parsons SYDNEY, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- Although plastic is a strong, cheap and hygienic material, its durability presents major problems when it comes to the environment. Unable to decompose when buried and casting off toxic smoke when burned, the global community has been struggling to find an effective way to recycle and reuse plastic waste. Often a labor-intensive and time-consuming process, sorting through different types of plastic materials at recycling facilities can be extremely difficult. But Licella, an Australian company, may have found a viable way. "So the process works by taking heat and cutting the plastic into small pieces," said University of Sydney Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, who created the groundbreaking technological solution along with CEO Len Humphreys. "The plastic goes from a solid to a wax, to a liquid, to a gas, and that process is called pyrolysis," he told Xinhua. A number of researchers have been looking into pyrolysis for a … [Read more...] about Interview: Aussie scientists find a profitable way to recycle plastic waste
India captain Virat Kohli is open to the idea of Day/Night Test in Australia next year provided his team is allocated a practice match, something which wasn’t on the table during the 2017-18 tour Down Under. India is finally playing a Day/Night Test with the pink ball against Bangladesh starting on Friday but the skipper spoke elaborately about why he had apprehensions on earlier occasions.Asked if he would be ready to play a Day/Night Test in Australia during next year’s big tour, Kohli gave a positive reply with a rider. “Whenever it is held, there should be a practice game before,” Kohli said on the eve of the game.ALSO READ: ‘People will be surprised...’ - Virat Kohli identifies biggest challenge with the pink ballKohli then said that the Indian team refused to play Day/Night Test in Adelaide during the 2017-18 tour simply because it was slotted without keeping a tour-match so that the team can get acclimatised.“Obviously, we wanted … [Read more...] about India vs Bangladesh: Will play D/N Test in Australia only if there is practice game: Kohli
Kolkata: India captain Virat Kohli is open to the idea of Day/Night Test in Australia next year provided his team is allocated a practice match, something which wasn't on the table during the 2017-18 tour Down Under. India is finally playing a Day/Night Test with the pink ball against Bangladesh starting on Friday but the skipper spoke elaborately about why he had apprehensions on earlier occasions. Asked if he would be ready to play a Day/Night Test in Australia during next year's big tour, Kohli gave a positive reply with a rider. Kohli then said that the Indian team refused to play Day/Night Test in Adelaide during the 2017-18 tour simply because it was slotted without keeping a tor-match so that the team can get acclimatised. "Obviously, we wanted to get a feel of pink ball cricket. Eventually, it had to happen. But you can't just bring those things up before a big tour and suddenly in the schedule, there is a pink ball Test, when we have not even practised with pink ball. We … [Read more...] about Virat Kohli: Will play Day/Night Test in Australia only if there is practice game