|megpie71 (megpie71) wrote,|
@ 2017-02-03 09:53:00
|Entry tags:||activism: three things|
What Went Right - 3 FEB 2017
Another day, another three things from the mainstream media about what went right, rather than what went wrong.
NASA's humanoid Robonaught set for work on Woodside Petroleum's WA projects by Tom Wildie (ABC Western Australia)
Woodside Petroleum is being loaned the Robonaut anthropomorphic machine for a period of five years deployment in Western Australia. They plan to use it to "explore how the technology could be used to improve safety, reliability and efficiency in high-risk and remote environments".
Top Indigenous players descend on Broome for much more than 'just footy' by Leah McLennan, Vanessa Mills and Jacqueline Wright (ABC Kimberley, Western Australia)
The AFL Indigenous All-Stars group is in Broome for a four-day camp, which will provide the players with options for networking with each other, connecting with their communities (and with other Indigenous communities), and help the players to help the AFL to help them with their journeys.
Feasibility of reopening Kimberley nickel mine looking good for Panoramic Resources by Matt Brann (ABC Rural, Western Australia)
Panoramic Resources says if the nickel price keeps going up, they're definitely going to be re-starting operations on their Savannah nickel mine, north of Halls Creek.
So there's my three stories for the day. If you've found stories in your news feeds about things going right, why not share them in the comments?
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