She then produced a magnificent over, scalping two wickets in two balls. Rachael Haynes was stumped after she was beaten in flight and Elysse Perry was done in by the wrong one as Australia were devastated by the twin strike. Yadav would have had her hat-trick as she induced an edge off the bat of Jesse Jonassen, only for keeper Taniya Bhatia to drop the catch. … [Read more...] about ICC Women’s T20 World Cup: How Poonam Yadav, the Indian spin wizard, sunk Australia
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If you're a politician, listen to the experts and practitioners who work in our under-resourced and fragmented system. Fully fund and implement the recommendations or the numerous expensive royal commissions, inquiries and research projects that have been undertaken in this area. … [Read more...] about What we’re getting wrong about domestic violence following death of Hannah Clarke and her three children
In the two days leading up to the derailment, the V/Line Seymour Line, which operates on the same stretch of railway as the interstate service - took to social media to warn passengers of extensive delays on multiple services due to 'an ongoing rail equipment fault near Wallan'. … [Read more...] about REVEALED: Driver of doomed train told passengers over the PA he wanted to ‘make up time’ just minutes before horror crash – killing him and a crew member – as the stretch of track is described as a ‘nightmare’ and ‘rough as guts’
Natural sinkholes – as opposed to manmade tunnel or cave collapses – occur when acidic rainwater seeps down through surface soil and sediment, eventually reaching a soluble bedrock such as sandstone, chalk, salt or gypsum, or (most commonly) a carbonate rock such as limestone beneath. In a process that can last hundreds, sometimes thousands of years, the water gradually dissolves small parts of the rock, enlarging its natural fissures and joints and creating cavities beneath. … [Read more...] about Are humans causing more sinkholes?
He has empowered his Environmental Protection Agency to enforce limits on CO2 emissions for both new and, as of this June, existing sources of CO2. He has enforced bold new standards for the fuel economy of the U.S. transportation fleet. He has signaled that he is likely to reject the absurdly reckless Keystone XL-pipeline proposal for the transport of oil from carbonintensive tar sands to be taken to market through the United States on its way to China, thus effectively limiting their exploitation. And he is even now preparing to impose new limits on the release of methane pollution. … [Read more...] about The Turning Point: New Hope for the Climate