Queensland has switched on a new ‘smart ticketing system’ that lets commuters pay for trips on the network using their smartphones, debit/credit cards and smart watches.
Part of $371 million project, this is the first phase of a plan that will eventually see citizens access public transport via facial and vein biometric recognition methods.
Thousands of people rallied through the Brisbane CBD on Saturday to oppose mandatory vaccination and coercive government policies.
Medical tyranny is descending upon Australia and citizens are standing up.
Facebook is prohibiting publishers and people in Australia from sharing or viewing local and international news content, in a response to proposed media bargaining laws.
The move inhibits news creators, including TOTT News, from reaching new audiences with quality news and information via organic reach from reader shares.
Australians are set to begin receiving the coronavirus vaccine in a week’s time.
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced today 142,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine had arrived in Australia, with the first 80,000 doses to be rolled out next Monday.