'Artist in residence' programs are commonplace these days. More innovative is the 'geek in residence' program being run by the Australia Council for the Arts to help provide arts organisations with technical expertise.
Dangerous, high-risk repeat drink drivers in the Australian state of Queensland will be forced to have approx $2000 self-funded interlock devices attached to their cars by the end of the year, with those blowing low or no alcohol content able to drive, and those with high alcohol readers interlocked out!
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.