Cloud monitors service needs | The West Australian

It’s not good enough for a driver to be in live contact with their depot now, nor is it enough for a truck to upload its condition to a factory server so early warning signals or breakdowns can be dealt with efficiently. ZF is introducing a talking transmission module. It …

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Police briefs | The West Australian

Warnbro Car crashes into home An 18-year-old Port Kennedy man will appear in court next month after allegedly crashing his car into a house in Warnbro last week. About 11pm last Thursday, a Holden Commodore ute was travelling along Glenelg Close, Warnbro, when the driver lost control and crashed into …

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How to help our homeless

Medicine Hat is a Canadian town of more than 60,000 people, which garnered international attention when it declared it 2015 it had ended chronic homelessness. The program credited for the world-first achievement is Housing First, an approach that prioritises providing permanent housing to people experiencing homelessness, serving as a platform …

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Mental strength helps in recovery

Throughout my life I have always been a very active, physical person who received immense satisfaction and joy from exercising. Even when I was very young I discovered I was very passionate about exercise. I followed my passion and today I am a personal trainer, and the satisfaction and the …

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Strategic vision for Geraldton cycleways

City of Greater Geraldton councillors have unanimously agreed to adopt the Geraldton 2050 Cycling Strategy. The strategy provides a “long-term aspirational vision” of Geraldton’s proposed cycling network by providing the blueprint for connecting, enhancing and extending cycling infrastructure. Councillor Michael Reymond, an avid cycler, moved the motion, describing the strategy …

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