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FLIR Launches Multiple Programs to Support U.S. Military Veterans

FLIR to Double the Percent of Veterans Employed by the End of 2022; Launches TradeForce Program Offering Free Infrared Training Classes  ARLINGTON, Va., October 14, 2019 – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) today announced an initiative to honor and

River Rock mixed-use community breaks ground in Chattanooga

The River Rock mixed-use community is now under construction on its 2.79 acre site located in Chattanooga just two blocks from the Tennessee River and the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge. The project will feature 16,000 sf of commercial space and 16

Ancient Cambodian city found using aerial mapping

An ancient settlement, known has the ‘lost city’ of Cambodia, has been rediscovered by scientists using aerial mapping after remaining hidden in dense jungle for centuries.  Mahendraparvata, believed to have been the first capital of the Khmer Empir

Man and six children rescued from Netherlands basement after nine years&Number 39 &Number 39 waiting for the end of time&Number 39

A man and six young adults have been discovered after apparently living for nine years in a cellar on a remote Dutch farm, waiting “for the end of time”, according to Dutch media. Police spokeswoman Nathalie Schubart confirmed to RTV Drenthe that a

Crowdfunded Aptera super-efficiency EV will use in-wheel motors

Aptera, self-proclaimed builder of the world's most efficient passenger vehicle, is partnering with Elaphe Propulsion to bring in-wheel motor technology to its 1,000-mile electric two-seater. If Aptera rings a bell but you can't quite place it, it w

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All-electric 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge crossover debuts: More than 200 miles of range one year of charging free

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With a primary school 1.7km away locals fear Chinese company s plan for lead recycling plant

A proposal to build a lead battery smelter in the Latrobe Valley has sparked health concerns among the local community. The nearest house is little more than a kilometre from the site, as is a school.

The electric atmosphere at Canberra Stadium may have cost the Raiders a shiny new home

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Tasmania Now: Future of major employer TEMCO unclear state holds off on funding request for bushfire costs

DAILY BRIEFING: The future of the TEMCO smelter in Tasmania's north won't be known until next year, and the Tasmanian Government holds off formally asking the Commonwealth to help pay for firefighting in the Wilderness World Heritage Area last summe