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Federalgovernment uses flood-affected little sugar town $12m lifeline as mill dealswith liquidation

The Queensland government has offered a cyclone-affected community a $12 million lifeline as their town’s major employer, a historic sugar mill, faces liquidation. Residents of Mossman in Far North Queensland confronted Premier Steven Miles with a protest before a town hall meeting in Cairns late Wednesday, pleading for financial help to save the 127-year-old mill.…

Personal UnitedStates moon lander still working after breaking leg and falling, however not for long

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The first private U.S. spacecraft to land on the moon broke a leg at touchdown before falling over, and had just a few hours of power left before its anticipated premature shutdown Wednesday night.Intuitive Machines, the company that built the lander, released new photos Wednesday, six days after the landing, that…

Australia exposes information of foreign spy operation

Former politician ‘sold out’ country to agents of unnamed state, says intelligence chief PUBLISHED : 28 Feb 2024 at 16:15 Headquarters of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation in Canberra. (Photo: Canley via Wikimedia Commons) CANBERRA – Australia’s spy chief has revealed details of a foreign intelligence service’s efforts to target Australians for information and said…