MH370's best chance of discovery is going to be intensively examined by renewed search
Will the need for a resumed MH370 search get a 'look in' from an Australian government in crisis, even with long awaited new information on satellite imagery and drift analyses?
A lower court case in Queensland has heard gravely serious allegations made against a bush pilot following a major police operation
There are moments when a straight answer seems so hard to get
He's the Minister for Aviation, and he made some comments this morning that airline industry people have archived for future reference
These are desperate people, crushed by excessive regulatory and compliance costs that seem unique to Australia and devised by a bureaucracy that the industry argues keeps inventing news ways to drive them broke faster.
It is highly likely that few Australians, or for that matter, readers of The Australian are paying much attention to Dick Smith’s episodic attacks on the competency of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority. But they should, because what is at stake goes beyond even air safety
The ATSB statement on its examination of the Mozambique fragments makes it evident there are now four confirmed or highly likely pieces of debris that have been recovered from MH370.
Updated* The two possible fragments of MH370 found on Mozambique shores arrived in Australia on Sunday morning from Kuala Lumpur according to an apparent media statement by Malaysia’s Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai posted on social media overnight by Hippy Girl.