Man charged for importing ‘Ice’ making chemical hidden inside Indian sweets boxes

Photo- ABF By SAT News Desk NSW, 30 Aug: A man is facing charges after Australian Border Force (ABF) officers discovered 25 kilograms of the precursor chemical pseudoephedrine concealed in several boxes of confectionary (Indian Sweets). With the festival season in the offing packed Indian sweets imported from India are […]

Improving social inclusion could generate $12.7 b annual boost to Australian economy, says the Deloitte Access Economics report, commissioned by the SBS

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 28 August: Improving social inclusion in Australia has the potential to unlock a $12.7 billion economic dividend annually, and play a significant role in Australia’s future economic growth and prosperity, a report by Deloitte Access Economics, commissioned by SBS, has found. Published today, The Economic […]

SBS announces National Languages Competition 2019

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 26 August: Encouraging language learning and language retention in Australia, and in recognition of the United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous languages, SBS today announced the launch of the SBS National Languages Competition 2019. In its fourth year, the nationwide competition is open to Australians […]

SCIENCE WEEK: Time and tide – how the Moon and other factors affect our oceans

By SAT News Desk MELBOURNE, 15 August: We all know that tides are influenced by the Moon, but how does that connection work and how can we predict the tides more than a year in advance? They are just two of many questions the Bureau of Meteorology is answering this […]

Kookaburra microchip smartball to ‘revolutionise cricket’

MELBOURNE, 13 August: A cricket ball embedded with a microchip stands to revolutionize cricket – and it is being developed in Victoria by renowned sports equipment innovator Kookaburra. Kookaburra’s SmartBall has been in development with technology partner SportCor for the past two years and was revealed to the cricket world […]