South Australia has been mentioned more than a thousand times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel '"Mothers Against Wind Turbines™" Phoenix Rising…' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, South Australia had the highest popularity figure in February last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] giveaway ABOUT THE AUTHOR Kate Loveday Kate Loveday grew up in a seaside suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, in a family with six brothers. Her two passions as a child were to spend as much time as [...]
[...] relocated to the communities of Cherbourg in Queensland and Koonibba and Point Pearce in South Australia. The South Australian Museum’s collection of more than 5,000 hair samples, complete with [...]
[...] capacity with its Powerwall 2, to solve lingering energy supply concerns in the state of South Australia, within 100 days. So modest.It was an idea enthusiastically taken aboard by Atlassian co- [...]
[...] STOP THESE THINGS BHP being battered by SA’s wind power obsession. *** As an economy, South Australia is so far under water it’s drowning, not waving. Battered by an erratic power supply and [...]
[...] strikes more fear into the hearts of the wind industry and its political backers than ‘South Australia’. Rocketing power prices, routine load shedding and mass blackouts are the inevitable results [...]
[...] Territory in Australia. On his way to Melbourne, MacArthur met journalists in Terowie, South Australia where he uttered what has probably become the most famous phrase to come out of World War II: [...]