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Company selling “Australia's cheapest battery” is in liquidation - One Step Off The Grid (blog)


One Step Off The Grid (blog)

Company selling “Australia's cheapest battery” is in liquidation
One Step Off The Grid (blog)
The Ampetus Super Lithium battery first got a mention on RE in March 2017, in this article, which noted that the “relatively unknown” company's 3kWh lithium-iron-phosphate battery retailed for $2,300, beating out Tesla's Powerwall offering both on ...

No evidence of identity theft after PageUp data breach - ARNnet


ARNnet

No evidence of identity theft after PageUp data breach
ARNnet
Australia's national identity and cyber support service IDcare has explained that people who had their information accessed through the PageUp data breach are under no risk of identity theft. "Whilst it is important to acknowledge that breached ...

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Lithium Australia's proprietary SiLeach® process is a 'silver bullet' for lithium extraction - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia's proprietary SiLeach® process is a 'silver bullet' for lithium extraction
Proactive Investors Australia
Last week the company applied for two global patents relating to the production and recovery of lithium phosphate and lithium sulphate from lithium-bearing silicates.The enhancements will reduce capital and operating costs and improve product quality.
Water breakthrough has LIT laughingAustralia's Mining Monthly

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Huawei goes on offensive over potential 5G ban - Computerworld Australia


Computerworld Australia

Huawei goes on offensive over potential 5G ban
Computerworld Australia
"Recent public commentary around China has referenced Huawei and its role in Australia and prompted some observations around security concerns," Huawei's chairman and two board directors wrote in a letter to government that the company released to ...
Huawei is good & safe for Australia – Huawei Australia HubHuawei Australia Hub

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Australia: Planning and Environment News – 13 June 2018 - Mondaq News Alerts


Australia: Planning and Environment News – 13 June 2018
Mondaq News Alerts
The Government has decided not to approve Phosphate Resources Limited's exploration program on Christmas Island because it is likely to have significant and unacceptable impacts on matters protected under national environment law (31 May 2018).

Fujitsu launches SaaS on Vault Systems' Govt-certified protected cloud - ARNnet


ARNnet

Fujitsu launches SaaS on Vault Systems' Govt-certified protected cloud
ARNnet
The Fujitsu Protected Cloud portfolio was built on Vault Systems' Australian Signals Directorate (ASD)-certified protected infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). Fujitsu is the only Vault partner that is offering a virtual desktop on the protected cloud ...

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Christmas comes early for the Abbott's Booby as Frydenburg says no to phosphate - Australia's Mining Monthly


Australia's Mining Monthly

Christmas comes early for the Abbott's Booby as Frydenburg says no to phosphate
Australia's Mining Monthly
... the historic phosphate mines that had always been the main source of income of the island. The company started mining in 1990 and sends about 700,000 tonnes of phosphate each a year from the mine to Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

Christmas Island facing economic collapse as mine expansion rejected to save red crabs - ABC Online


ABC Online

Christmas Island facing economic collapse as mine expansion rejected to save red crabs
ABC Online
The community of Christmas Island could face an economic collapse after a proposal to expand the island's phosphate mine was knocked back over fears of the impact to the island's wildlife, including its world-famous red crabs. Phosphate Resources ...
Frydenberg nixes phosphate exploration on Christmas IslandCreamer Media's Mining Weekly
Reprieve for Abbott's booby after Christmas Island mining expansion ruled outThe Guardian

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Dishwasher Detergents Reviewed - Canstar Blue


Canstar Blue

Dishwasher Detergents Reviewed
Canstar Blue
Likewise, Earth Choice's dishwasher tablets are biodegradable and phosphate free, in packets made from 95% recycled fibre and fully recyclable boxes of 14 or 42 tablets. The tablet wrappers are dissolvable, so just pop one in and set your machine on ...

Lithium Australia ramps up activity at Very Small Particle Company - The West Australian


The West Australian

Lithium Australia ramps up activity at Very Small Particle Company
The West Australian
The timely commercialisation of the VSPC's products in the coming years, could prove extremely lucrative for Lithium Australia. According to the company, VSPC's 4th generation lithium iron phosphate cathode material has received strong interest from ...