Some of these young men (and by that I mean men in their 50s like me) who are aspiring to be leaders, really need to be able to read the room. And by room, I mean our entire political nation. They ought to know by now that they can’t just go to a party or wedding and be caught on camera with
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison blows out
A Denmark municipality has spent more than $150,000 a year to remove debris and seaweed from a beach only to dump it back into the water, according to Danish national broadcaster Danmarks Radio.
Video published by Danmarks Radio shows a bulldozer out in the water at Stillinge Beach
“I believe I’m now the longest-running Iraq/Afghanistan NYT-rotation photographer,” Christoph Bangert wrote in his journal on June 24th, 2013, on a plane to Istanbul. “Everybody else stopped covering wars or is no longer working for the paper. Others got injured or qu
GPS* machine control started out as a tangle of aftermarket products all bolted on and wired up as retrofits to existing dozers. These systems revolutionized the operation of dozers, but there were a lot of parts to track and maintain.
In the past 18 months, however, several major manuf
Today’s heavy equipment is a marvel of sophisticated engineering and technology. And the factories that build these machines are no less so.
We got a rare chance to peek inside Caterpillar’s state of the art Athens, Georgia, facility to see a D5K2 dozer come together from cold, bare
What do you get when you throw some armor on a D5 and make it capable of speeds up to 30 miles per hour? You get a DEUCE.
The M105 Deployable Universal Combat Earthmover (DEUCE) was first produced by Caterpillar in 1999 under contract with the U.S. Army, according to a page at Military-T
PSA Groupe’s luxury offering has been spotted testing once again ahead of Citroen’s entry in India
Heatwave-driven mental health disorders and farmer suicides are steeply on the rise but authorities are yet to take concrete steps
The warning signs are flashing for all to see.
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Andrew Forrest to buy New Norcia farmland as monastery seeks to pay for sexual abuse claims
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Billionaire businessman Andrew Forrest is poised to snap up prime farmland surrounding Australia's onl