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Thursday, 26 October


A clear example of political prostitution - with Malcolm Turnbull acting as 'the john' and One Nation playing 'the tom' "IndyWatch Feed"

 The Courier Mail, 19 October 2017:

BARNABY Joyce has warned Malcolm Turnbull to stop gifting Pauline Hanson cash to make Government announcements.

The warning came during a face-to-face meeting sparked by ropeable Queensland Coalition backbenchers.

The frank discussion, held on Monday at 8am in the Prime Ministers office during a scheduled meeting, was in part dominated by the decision to give the One Nation leader $15 million for projects Coalition MPs wanted to announce themselves.

Mr Joyce, who has a good relationship with the PM, laid bare his fury after he was bombarded with complaints from the Queensland backbench.

It is also understood Mr Turnbulls office received complaints but the PM did not know intimate details of the deals with Senator Hanson.


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Wednesday, 25 October


Holypeak Pty Ltd Challenger 604 Bizjet N360SL at CQ Airports - Plus More! "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Over the course of this week, Holypeak Pty Ltd Canadair CL-600-2B16 Challenger 604 bizjet N360SL has looked to complete a 'tour' of Queensland and was noted visiting several Central Queensland Airports.

On Tuesday 24 October, N360SL was noted arriving into Mackay Airport from Townsville.  After spending the night, N360SL was then noted visiting Rockhampton, Gladstone, Bundaberg and Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) Airports during a busy day of flying on Wednesday 25 October.  And at the time of writing, it appears to be flying towards Sydney from Hervey Bay.

Of interest, N360SL was spotted at Darwin Airport (pictured above) on Monday 23 October.

As well as the Challenger, there has been a few other local corporate bizjets that have been noted visiting Central Queensland Airports over the last couple of days.

Also on Wednesday 25 October, the Queensland Government (State of Queensland) Raytheon Hawker 850XP bizjet VH-SGY was noted making an early morning visit to Bundaberg Airport from Brisbane.  And while not quite a bizjet, Bontrail (Strahman Farms) Cessna 208 Caravan VH-SJJ was also noted departing Bundy also on Wednesday 25 October heading to Archerfield and Toowoomba.  It had arrived into Bundaberg Airport from these places the previous day.

Noted completing airwork at Gladstone Airport also on Wednesday 25 October was the Queensland Police Service (Airwing) Cessna 560 Citation Ultra bizjet VH-PSU which also flew up from Brisbane but via the Sunshine Coast.

On Monday 23 October, the Mackay Airport-based Embraer EMB-550 Legacy 500 bizjet N142GZ was noted returning home to Mackay after flying South back on Thursday 19 October - see Blog post below.

Up the road at Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast) Airport, on Monday 23 October, Jetstream Aviation (Emprja P/L) Cessna 550 Citation II bizjet VH-VDF was noted departing to the Sunshine Coast after earlier arriving from Coen.  It originally arrived into Prosie back on Friday 20 October from the Sunny Coast and had departed to Coen on Saturday 21 October.

And also over the course of the weekend, LifeFlight (Aeromed) LearJet 45 bizjet VH-VVI "Ambulance 451" was noted visiting parts of CQ.  Late on Friday 20 October, it v...


Winners Of Our Yes Video Competition Announced This Weekend QNEWS

QNews is excited to announce that the winners of our Yes Campaign video competition will be revealed in Brisbane this Saturday. During the same-sex marriage postal survey, we asked entrants to create a 30 second video on their mobile phone explaining to family and friends what a yes vote means to them. All entries will ...

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Green walls add to learning outcomes Westender West End 4101

Universities across Australia are installing greenwalls in an attempt to increase concentration levels and the wellbeing of campus communities. The Greenwall Company has now worked with a number of universities, including The University of QLD and La Trobe University, to design and install their patented greenwall technology. Mark Paul, horticulturist and founder of The Greenwall []

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Gardner fires in Ashes opener to help Australia win "IndyWatch Feed Qld"

ITS been a big month for Indigenous cricketer Ashleigh Gardner, with the allrounder starring for Australia in the opening Womens Ashes match against England and being named One to Watch award in the Health Women in Sport Awards. A thrilling cameo from Gardner carried Australia to an exciting win over England in the first one-day Ashes match at Allan Border Field, Brisbane. Gardner struck two thrilling sixes in her 18-ball innings of 27. Australia won with five balls to spare.


Mixed Response As City of Sydney Offers Same-Sex Couples Free Weddings QNEWS

The City of Sydney has passed a motion allowing same-sex couples free council venue hire for their weddings for 100 days after the legalisation of same-sex marriage. The citys halls, parks and facilities would be available to the couples at no charge but other expenses such as catering would still be the couples responsibility, Fairfax ...

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Brisbane Tritons Co-Founder Gets A Big New Role QNEWS

One of the founding members of Brisbanes LGBTI-inclusive water polo team, the Brisbane Tritons, has been appointed Diversity and Marketing Officer of the states peak body Water Polo Queensland (WPQ). Jeremy Archer (pictured) was the clubs first president when the club was created two years ago with the support of the Brisbane Barracudas team and ...

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Sam Smith Got Told Off By Elton John At The Oscars QNEWS

Sam Smith has blamed tequila for his onstage gaffe at last years Academy Awards ceremony. In a new interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Sam addressed the controversial acceptance speech during which he incorrectly suggested he was the first gay winner of an Academy Award. It all started with a hip flask of tequila, the 25-year-old explained. ...

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Brisbane To Hold Inaugural Queer Formal For LGBTI Students QNEWS

Brisbanes first queer high school formal will be held next month, after the success of the Sunshine Coasts inaugural rainbow formal earlier this month. Around 70 students attended the rainbow formal at Sunshine Coast University (pictured), organised by the Sunshine Coast Pride Network and inspired by similar events in Byron Bay and Melbourne. In November, ...

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THE ZOO 25 "IndyWatch Feed Qld"


Brisbanes most iconic venue The Zoo is turning 25. To mark this silver anniversary, over 25 of Brisbanes most celebrated musicians are coming together to perform including:

Adele Pickvance & Ian Haug / Ben Ely / ISIS

Marcello Milani & Tenzin Choegyal / Sabrina Lawrie

Sissybones / Tim Steward & Kellie Lloyd

(With more to be announced)


Original owners Joc Curran and C Smith opened the the doors in December 1992 and the venue quickly became one of the focal points for the explosion of music, art and creativity in Brisbane in the 90s. Since then, bands too numerous to mention from all over the world have performed there, and literally hundreds of people have worked at The Zoo, many young artists, managers and musicians, all doing time on the bar, at the door, as a glassy or duty manager. Creating this breeding ground of creativity and strength of community has been the great achievement of The Zoo and is continuing into a new generation, helmed by new owner Pixie Weyand.

All of the artists performing at this event have long histories with The Zoo and have become stalwarts of the Brisbane music scene.

This event is also supporting two very worthwhile charities:


Support Act

Support Act is a charity which helps Australian artists and music workers who are facing hardship due to illness, mental health problems, injury or some other crisis. Since 1997, they have helped to pay rent, keep the power on, repair instruments, provide petrol, buy school uniforms and rehouse a prized vinyl collection.

Feed Music

Feed Music is a not for profit website that enables touring artists and bands to use their location while on the road to pinpoint cafes and restaurants situated in their passing town, in which they can eat and drink at for free, promoting a better mental wellbeing.

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Apartment prices forecast to fall... and more zedlines "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

There might still be hope for young people who are looking to buy their first home. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

A new report from QBE shows apartment prices are forecast to drop by as much as 7 percent over the next three years.

Units make up half of all residential construction right now, and while their price is expected to drop, the cost of free-standing houses is predicted to rise by seven percent.

New Tourism venture sharing Indigenous stories

The Gangalidda-Garawa people, of North Queensland, have launched a stargazing tour to share astronomy and traditional stories with tourists.


Brisbane best for small business... and more zedlines "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

The latest report from survey company, Sensis, has shown Brisbane is the best city in Australia for small and medium businesses to thrive. (Image: Max Pixel)

Confidence in business has gone up 17 percentage points in the past quarter - the highest rise among capital cities.

As for regional areas in Queensland, small business confidence remains steady, which is still better than the rest of the country, where confidence is down.

Talks of extended trading during Commonwealth Games

People on the Gold Coast might not be sleeping while the Commonwealth Games are in town, because there are talk to extend trading hours for the city.

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Plans for redevelopment of Keperra quarry... and more zedlines "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

Brisbane City Council has given the go-ahead for the re-development of a quarry in Keperra. (Image: Courier Mail)

A developer's proposal aims to transform the almost depleted granite quarry on Settlement Road into a site for housing.

Current plans show provision for 700 dwellings on the 49 hectare site, with work scheduled to commence in two years.

No poster saga in local members office

The wife of Coalition MP, Mark Robinson, has been caught putting up Vote No posters on the office windows of a rival Labor MP in the Redlands.

In what has become a convoluted saga, the Labor MP in question, Don Brown, has labelled the actions as childish.


Senator Canavans ambitious plan for a State of North Queensland "IndyWatch Feed Capricornia"

Senator Matt Canavan, a friend of mine from my Canberra days, is not wasting any time while he is temporarily out of the Cabinet. He is making plans for a new State of North Queensland. With his background as a Productivity Commission economist and as the former Minister for Northern Australia, Senator Canavan has the expertise and experience to come up with a credible and convincing plan for a new State of NQ. The Senator made some very interesting observations to the Townsville Bulletin last Friday:

Ive often said were big enough and strong enough and wealthy enough to represent ourselves, he said.

I reckon wed get more things going if we didnt have the handbrakes put on us by Brisbane and Canberra.

Senator Canavan said Tasmania had 12 senators with 500,000 people but North Queensland has only two and we have more than one million people.

I utterly reject any notion that we couldnt stand on our own two feet, he said. Our average per-person economic output in North Queensland is 30 per cent higher than in southern Queensland. All the money seems to get spent in Brisbane.

Senator Canavan is absolutely right about NQs higher economic output per capita (see chart below based on the most recent official estimates from Qld Treasury), although this is a result of the disproportionate contribution of mining to NQs economy. A lot of the income generated in NQ is earned by mining companies, and the bulk of it ends up leaving NQ, with a good proportion of it going overseas. The average NQ resident does not earn a higher income than the average SEQ resident. That said, the large economic contribution of mining (e.g. around two-thirds of North West Qlds economy, half of Mackays, and one-third of Fitzroys) means that a new State of NQ would earn healthy royalty revenues. Of course, as currently happens with Queensland, this healthy royalty revenue would count against NQ in the distribution of GST revenue.

While I concur with the Senator that a State of NQ would be economically viable, Id be careful about rushing into it. The set up costs would be large, and there may be trouble filling senior public service positions, given the vast majority of current Queensland public service SES positions are in Brisbane. Also, as Ive posted on previously, Im unsure NQ gets such a raw deal from Brisbane (see my post Is NQ under-funded relative to SEQ?). That said, I am v...


Exodus! "IndyWatch Feed"

Census findings

Further interesting news from the 2016 Census has been released.

Some of it is rather open to interpretation. For example, there was lower employment in the younger age bracket, comprising 15-24 year olds.

But, on the other hand, 22 per cent of the population now have a degree or higher level of qualification. 

That's up +3.2 per cent from 2006-2011, replicating the same percentage increase as five years earlier, according to ID, the population experts.

Employment opportunities were certainly curtailed by the financial crisis and resources downturn, but we're also studying longer, so it's a somewhat mixed picture.


Similarly, there's quite a bit been said on the apparent mass exodus from Sydney.

Again, there's a strong element truth to this story.

But it's equally important not to take away the wrong visual image from this. 

The fact is, New South Wales always loses people interstate, and it always will, largely to Brisbane, south east Queensland, and even to Melbourne.

In reality, though, the numbers leaving the state on a net basis were dramatically lower in the 2011-2016 Census period than they were in the preceding five years.

And they were much, much lower than they were in the five years before that, with net interstate migration tracking at way under the half the rate of seen from 2001 to 2006.

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Tuesday, 24 October


Dear Premier dont do it "IndyWatch Feed"

Dear QLD Premier and Deputy Premier MPs Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk (Inala) and Hon. Jackie Trad (South Brisbane) I write to you both today as not only as a long-term supporter of the Australian Labor Party but as a concerned member of the local community. I am also a student, worked in retail/fast food for 6

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China buys QLDs The Real Pet Food Company for $1bn "IndyWatch Feed"

A Chinese-led consortium has struck a billion-dollar deal to buy a Queensland-based pet food giant to exploit the growth of pet humanisation in the United States and ultimately China.

The majority owner of The Real Pet Food Company (TRPC), Quadrant Private Equity, has sold its interests to the Beijing-based Hosen Capital, Chinas largest agribusiness company New Hope Group and the Singapore Governments investment vehicle, Temasek.

Quadrant Private Equity bought into The Real Pet Food Company in 2015, along with the founding Quinn family and its management.

The proposed billion-dollar sale is a major coup for Quadrant and the Quinn Family.

The company is known for its pet food brands such as Natures Gift, Natures Goodness, Farmers Market and Ivory Coat.

The deal which needs approval from Australias Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) is targeting the growth of pet humanisation in the United States, Europe and eventually Chinas modernising economy where pets are becoming part of the family.

Nick Dowling, Australian chief executive of New Hope Group said the acquisition was a logical step for the consortium.

This is a fantastic opportunity to take a really successful Australian company global to follow the theme of global pet humanisation, Mr Dowling said.

Its the move of pets out of the backyard, through the kitchen and into the bedroom.

For us, this is something we think we can collectively deliver to the world.

Vitamins, milk, baby formula, now dog food

With the US and Europe key initial markets, Mr Dowling sees changing social and economic times in China as a major potential focus.

In China, the powerful force is the change in family structures, an increase in urban lifestyles and rising incomes. What thats leading to is very important forces particularly with millennials and with empty nesters, Mr Dowling said.

The consortium is hoping to cash in with Chinas new wealth in a similar vein as vitamin supplement supplier Blackmores, dairy producer A2 Milk and baby food maker Bellamys.

The deal has been referred to the FIRB and Treasurer Scott Morrison will have the final say on whether the acquisition is in the national interest.

We certainly have made our representations but we think this is a great news story for a really fantastic Australian company, Mr Dowling said.

Quadrant Private Equity bought into The Real Pet Food Company in 2015, along with the founding Quinn family and its management.

The proposed billion-dollar sale is a major coup for Quadrant and the Quinn Family.

The company is known for i...


Different Positions by Anarchists on #Catalonia

Enough is Enough!

Last night we were on a district assembly in the Poble Sec neighbourhood of Barcelona. Some anarchists were also taking part in the assembly.


Image: District assembly in the Poble Sec neighbourhood in Barcelona on October 20, 2017.

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New life at South Brisbane Cemetery Westender West End 4101

Local community group the Friends of South Brisbane Cemetery will continue their successful 2017 comeback by hosting a family-friendly event at the historic cemetery this Sunday. Graveyard Explorers will feature free history tours and Symbol Hunt activities for children, a sausage sizzle and childrens history books for sale. The FOSBC has been around for over []

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Three Quarters Of Voters Have Returned Their Postal Survey Forms QNEWS

Almost three quarters of eligible Australians have voted in the same-sex marriage postal survey, the Australian Bureau of Statistics estimate said on Tuesday. The ABS estimated that 74.5% of enrolled Australians 11.9 million people had returned their survey forms by last Friday, up from 67.5 the previous week. With form scanning now well ...

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Gabba big winner of Westpac community grants Westender West End 4101

In Queensland, a total of 37 organisations have been awarded 2017 Westpac Foundation Community Grants, including quite a few over in Woolloongabba. These organisations are helping to improve the lives of youth at risk, victims of domestic violence, those suffering from mental health issues, Indigenous Australians and refugees creating a new life in Australia. Local []

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October E-News Northey Street City Farm

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Actor Michael Caton Backs Marriage Equality In Heartfelt Video QNEWS

Australian actor Michael Caton has called on Australians to vote yes in the marriage equality postal survey, saying the issue is about allowing everyone in our country to be treated equally before the law. Caton, best known for his roles in Packed to the Rafters and the classic film The Castle, paid tribute in a ...

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Whats On At Brisbanes British Film Festival "IndyWatch Feed Qld"

Running until November 15th, the Cunard British Film Festival will bring the finest films from the British Isles to Brisbanes Palace Cinemas for what promises to be its strongest line-up to date. From the opening night drama of Breathe, a stirring true story courtesy of director Andy Serkis (Lord of the Rings, War for the ...

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Final homes sold ahead of Lytton Rd project and more Zedlines "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

The controversial Lytton Road widening project, which saw protests last month, has been given approval for completion with the final 10 homes stopping the project being sold. (Image credit:Pixabay)

Owners of the homes were forced to sell due to powers under the Government gazette.

Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has promised the home owners support, saying accommodation arrangements are currently being arranged, with all houses set to be demolished or relocated.

Big steps forward for record-setting Australian energy storage project

Australias largest pumped hydro storage project has increased its potential ahead of construction in 2018.

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WHO Reverses Decision To Appoint Mugabe As Goodwill Ambassador QNEWS

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has listened carefully to criticisms and reversed its decision to appoint Zimbabwe tyrant Robert Mugabe as a Goodwill Ambassador. The WHO had named Mugabe as a Goodwill Ambassador following a proposal from director general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who praised Zimbabwe for its commitments to public health. Dr Ghebreyesus had ...

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Australian household electricity prices may be 25% higher than official reports "IndyWatch Feed"

Australian household electricity prices may be 25% higher than official reports

Bruce Mountain, Victoria University

The International Energy Agency (IEA) may be underestimating Australian household energy bills by 25% because of a lack of accurate data from the federal government.

The Paris-based IEA produces official quarterly energy statistics for the 30 member nations of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), on which policymakers and researchers rely heavily. But to provide this service, the IEA relies on member countries to provide it with good-quality data.

Last month, the agency published its annual summary report, Key World Statistics, which reported that Australian households have the 11th most expensive electricity prices in the OECD.

Read more: FactCheck: Are Australians paying twice as much for electricity as Americans?

But other studies notably the Thwaites report into Victorian energy prices have reported that households are typically paying significantly more than the official estimates. In fact, if South Australia were a country it would have the highest energy prices in the OECD, and typical households in New South Wales, Queensland or Victoria would be in the top five.

A spokesperson for the federal Department of Environment and Energy, the agency responsible for providing electricity price data to the IEA, told The Conversation:

Household electricity prices data for Aust...


Cloud Nothings "IndyWatch Feed Qld"

DRW Entertainment welcomes kings of cathartic and anthemic alt-punk, Cloud Nothings, back to Australia this coming February.

Fresh from a huge European and US tour with heavyweight rock-revival favourites, Japandroids, in-demand Cloud Nothings are returning for the first time since 2014, bringing their heavily-praised fourth studio album, Life Without Sound to Australian shores.

Indie-rock tunes and a punk as fuck performance, Cloud Nothings tore the Oxford Art Factory apart (2014) Blunt Mag

From its beginnings in Dylan Baldis basement in 2009 to include the trio of drummer Jayson Gerycz and bassist TJ Duke, Cloud Nothings are a band that continue to challenge the genre, while remaining nostalgic and loyal to their loud and brash basement roots.

Cloud Nothings pair fuzzy power-chord riffs with pop hooks on Rollingstone

In the bands most bold and unprecedented phase, a second guitarist, Chris Brown, has bulked up the bands lo-fi sound resulting in a remarkable expansion in the Cloud Nothings story and production.

The band seems to be hitting their stride ever more intently (each record could perhaps be assessed as the band hitting their stride, which speaks to the groups impressive consistency) Pitchfork 

If their new album recorded with producer John Goodmanson (Sleater-Kinney, Blonde Redhead) has delved into a more cohesive chapter in the bands journey, their live shows still inspire some of the most fanatic praise of the bands raw and driving energy.

Recent international shows have undoubtedly confirmed Cloud Nothings as one of the most invigorating, magnetic, and yet enigmatic live bands, as fans get the sense that the bands metamorphosis is coming to its most important and career-defining stage.

Cloud Nothings have mastered the art of thrashing catharsis, pummeling out the anxieties of nostalgia and expectation with bloody verve. Pitchfork

Cloud Nothings February 2018

Thursday 22nd Sydney, Oxford Arts Factory

Friday 23rd Melbourne, Max Watts

Saturday 24th Adelaide, Fowlers Live

Sunday 25th Perth, Badlands Bar

Tuesday 27th Brisbane, The Zoo



Public transport rates continue to drop for Brisbane workers and more Zedlines "GroovUs Feed Aradio"

There are calls for public transport upgrades in Brisbane as data from the 2016 census shows Brisbanites are using less public transport for work than they were five years ago. (Image credit: Pixabay)

Over 75% of travellers in Brisbane go to work by car, one of the highest in a single city compared with the overall nations 70% of car travellers.

Dr Matthew Burke, urban research expert from Griffith University, said the high rate of car use is due to cheaper petrol, low fuel taxes, and continued investments in road systems.   

Resignation woes continue for Brisbane private school following online culture scandal

Staff continue to resign from Somerville House in Brisbane, following reports of online privacy issues within staff and data theft.

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Monday, 23 October


EP 225: FOAM; Morning Harvey "IndyWatch Feed Qld"

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Photo: Stuart Sevastos (F) Linda Dunjey (MH)


Recorded by Eileen Tierney
Mixed by Branko Cosic
Recorded at Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, Brisbane, 15th September 2017

FOAM are a three-piece garage rock band from Perth, WA. Their heavy live performances deliver a filthy wall of sound reminiscent of the alternative rock boom of the late 80s/early 90s. Since the release of their first EP Sarpa Salpa in July of 2012, FOAM have released a total of four EPs, including a split with fellow Perth locals Puck.

During this time they have toured the country on numerous occasions playing festivals such as MATES Sydney,Big Day Out and Groovin The Moo, as well as headlining their own shows and supporting acts such as DZ Deathrays, Wax Witches and Sleepy Sun. In February of 2017, FOAM released their long awaited debut album Coping Mechanisms. The album was written in the basement beneath a toasted sandwich shop in Perth. Its about coming to terms with yourself, the world aroun...

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