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World’s 1st Internet-Connected Toothbrush Made

World’s 1st Internet-Connected Toothbrush MadeWorld’s first internet-connected toothbrush was shown at a preview event for the Consumer Electronics Show. The device, which has been made by Kolibree, aims to pass on a message to people that they should brush in a smart way.

Rise in Conscientious Objection to Childhood Immunization by Parents Witnessed

Rise in Conscientious Objection to Childhood Immunization by Parents WitnessedA new rule that has got active from January 1, 2014, is that children will not be enrolled in child care centres if they have not received vaccination. There are certain clauses to this rule, as per which an unvaccinated child can get the admission.

Australian Labour Party says Fed govt needs to support Alcoa

Australian Labour Party says Fed govt needs to support AlcoaThe federal government should encourage Alcoa to keep its operations in Australia says the Australian Labour Party.

The unions fear that Alcoa may bring forward the closure of one of its smelting operations, rather than following Holden's lead and planning a departure in a few years, as a result of which signs of manufacturing crisis could deepen.

Saputo says It Is time for WCB shareholders to act

Saputo says It Is time for WCB shareholders to actCanadian dairy giant Saputo Inc. (SAP. T) extended its takeover offer for Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Factory Co. (WCB. A U) till later this month as it suggested shareholders to accept its bid for control of the Australian dairy company.

Fiji Airways looks forward to expand alliance with Qantas

Fiji Airways looks forward to expand alliance with QantasFiji Airways hopes to expand its alliance with part-owner Qantas in the future as a part of long-term plans to increase the capacity on routes to Australia by almost a third over the next five years.

Today, the island nation's airline announced plans to enlarge the size of its fleet of aircraft by a quarter by 2017, and strengthen alliances with other airlines.

Steroids Become 1st Choice for People Injecting Drugs: Research

 ResearchThe Australian Needle and Syringe Program’s study has come up with an appalling revelation. Now, heroin and methamphetamines have become the second choice for people who inject drugs in New South Wales.

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