Taruga to crank up drill bit on Gawler IOCG targets

ASX-listed explorer, Taruga Minerals, has been given the green light at its Flinders iron oxide copper-gold, or “IOCG” project in South Australia after receiving regulatory approvals for a first-pass drilling campaign. The Perth-based company is planning to get the drill rods turning over the Woolshed, Metabase, Rainy Day and Jenkins …

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Tasmania’s new NBL side named Jack Jumpers

Tasmania’s NBL team will be known as the Jack Jumpers, after a species of venomous ant predominantly found on the island state. The league’s 10th side, set to hit the court in season 2021-22, revealed its mascot on Thursday, prompting a mixed response on social media. Recently appointed chief executive …

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How to Keep the Coronavirus at Bay Indoors

As the autumn chill ushers people back into homes, classrooms and offices, the coronavirus may resurge even in states that so far have restrained its spread. Why? The virus poses a greater threat in crowded indoor spaces than it does outdoors. Southern states, for example, saw a spike in infections …

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A Theory About Conspiracy Theories

“Keep in mind, personality tests are not very good measures of things we don’t understand very well,” Ms. Bowes said. “You’re going to get a fuzzy picture, especially the first time through.” The personality features that were solidly linked to conspiracy beliefs included some usual suspects: entitlement, self-centered impulsivity, cold-heartedness …

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