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Jetstar to start regional WA flights in bid to cut fares

The West Australian, 11 September 2017
Jetstar may start operations within WA to cut airfares, but Australia’s largest airline group has warned that regional airports need to cut fees. Qantas Domestic chief executive Andrew David told the Economics and Industry Standing Committee inquiry into airfares within WA that the group was looking at deploying the Jetstar operation within WA to “address some of the challenges that currently exist”.

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Google architecture and what do you see? And what’s a building without people?

The Conversation, 13 September 2017
Think about where you spend most of your day – home, your office, or university. How does this space make you feel? What do you love (or hate) about it? Our buildings can help or hinder our health and productivity. For example, we can be affected by daylight access, air quality, connection to nature and acoustics. Most complaints about a space – about temperature, noise, odd smells or even how exposed we feel – relate to these factors.

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Volkswagen’s Entire Car Range Is Going Electric By 2030

Huffington Post, 12 September 2017
The world’s largest carmaker, Volkswagen, has pledged to electrify its entire range of cars by 2030.
Announced at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the company said it would be doubling its investment in zero-emissions vehicles. The Volkswagen Group actually contains some 12 car manufacturers including Audi, Bentley, Seat and Lamborghini.
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