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Airline Wants You To Have Your Coffee And Eat It Too

Airline Wants You To Have Your Coffee And Eat It Too

If you order a long black, latte or cappuccino on an Air New Zealand flight, you’ll be able to eat the cup too — and according to the airline, it will taste like vanilla. ‘Twiice’ – the local company behind the new cups – is also working on an edible range of crockery it expects to roll out in 2020.

Sydney barber’s ‘remarkable’ use of hair to help save the environment

Sydney barber’s ‘remarkable’ use of hair to help save the environment

If you were told this pile of stockings stuffed with human hair was the key to saving oceans during oil spills, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a joke. But thanks to extensive research at the University of Technology Sydney, the newly-discovered aid has revolutionised the clean-up process with one Sydney barber leading the way when it came to finding a use for all of its store’s waste.

Billionaires invest in renewables providing ‘enormous opportunities’ for Australia’s economy

Billionaires invest in renewables providing ‘enormous opportunities’ for Australia’s economy

Plans to harvest solar energy in the Australian desert to supply power to Singapore is one step closer to becoming a reality after an “oversubscribed”capital raising attracted the attention of some of Australia’s richest investors. Co-founder of software success story Atlassian, Mike Cannon-Brookes, and mining magnate Andrew Forrest have both invested in the Northern Territory project through separate companies.

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