Uber Eats’ Unfair Contractual Terms Come Under Scrutiny

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is gearing up to deal with unfair practices imposed by Uber Eats, American online food ordering and delivery platform launched by Uber, on restaurants it delivers from. Following the investigation by ACCC, Uber will now review and amend its contract with restaurants that pushes the blame of substandard food complaints from customers,

AV Transforming Senior Lives in Australia

Automated Vehicle (AV) is the big word in the automobiles, transportation and infrastructure industry. Presently it can cost you a lot more than is affordable to an average person. It is an elite offering. But soon, as they become more relevant and prevalent, they will also replace your normal ride. At least that’s what’s being

Large Scale Energy Users in Australia to Benefit from New Federal Rule

As “Demand Response” has started maneuvering through the energy industry in Australia, it is being increasingly viewed as an ideal alternative. The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has proposed change that will allow large energy users to sell saved energy, back into the grid through a third party called the aggregator. Large commercial and industrial

Ultra-Athletes Take the Center Stage: But is Everyone Prepared?

Australia has always been synonymous with excellence in sports and has given the world one of the best sportspeople and athletes in the world. The landscape, diverse in space, isolation and ethos invites an electric outdoor life. Their continues and flourishing preoccupation with extremes has given rise to a number of Ultra Athletes in the

Perfect Window for Bilbies Reintroduction, Says New Research

There is an ongoing National initiative and accompanied research to save and reintroduce vulnerable species, the Australian favorite, bilbies. The marsupial was once a thriving one covering South and Western Australia. But their population started rapidly declining, prompting studies to save them from complete extinction. The research has revealed new results that could help reintroduce

Sydney’s Important Buildings face Fire Threat Due to Obsolete Cladding

People’s safety is foremost, and some delayed information on the obsolete cladding of Sydney’s prominent buildings show that the same has been risked for some time now. Facts and figures released under the Government Information (Public Access) Act (GIPA) reveal that about 11 of the most important work and social edifices of the city have

Australian Red Meat Industry to be Governed by A Central Body

A White Paper, Red Meat Advisory Council (RMAC) Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), released in July 2019, proposes change for the Red Meat industry’s existing framework in Australia. The proposal seeks centralize its broad industries into a single large body and references the RMAC 2030 Meat Industry Strategic Plan. The red meat industry in the country

Walnut: The Wonder Nut for a Happy Heart and Body

University of Wollongong recently recognized Walnut, as a heart healthy nut. Its consumption can result into improved heart health, with an improved blood cholesterol. The humble walnut has been officially recognized as heart-healthy following research undertaken at the University of Wollongong, which has shown that nut consumption is associated with improvements in heart health measures