Monthly Archives: November, 2021

St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Timothy Harris bringing back the economic growth

Basseterre, St Kitts: The entire world was under the dark shadow of COVID-19 global pandemic and it was the testing period of leaders across...

Australia’s special envoy to visit India to speed up FTA negotiations

Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who is serving as present Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s special trade envoy for India, plans to visit India...

Australian Parliament: One in three working faced sexual harassment, says report

The enquiry report into the ‘Parliamentary workplace culture’ revealed on Tuesday that one in the three people working in Australia’s federal parliament has experienced...

Australian actor David Gulpilil passes away

Australian actor and dancer David Gulpilil died on Monday after battling from lung cancer, the government leaders said. He was 68 years old. David’s career...

Omicron scare: Australia postpones border reopening by two weeks for now

After the country started reporting cases of the new omicron variant of Covid-19, the Australian government has decided to postpone reopening of its international...

Covid-19 variant: Third ‘Omicron’ case surfaces in Australia

A third case of the 'Omicron' Covid-19 variant has been reported in Australia on Monday, the Australian government authorities confirmed. With the new variant...

First two cases of Omicron COVID variant detected in Sydney

The omicron variant of the coronavirus which is considered highly infectious and capable of sustaining frequent mutations now detected in Australia, the health authorities...

Defense Minister Peter Dutton calls China’s actions as alarming

China's "alarming" movements do not meet its rhetoric about promoting peace and prosperity in the region, Australia's defence minister said on Friday after a...

Australia: “Hezbollah” is now terrorist organisation

Australia has designated Hezbollah, the Shiite group based in Lebanon and backed by Iran, as a "terrorist" organization. The designation covers the entire group, reported...

In 2021’s Consumer Reports reliability study, Tesla and other EVs scored well

In 2021 Consumer Reports’ Auto Reliability Report, Lexus was named the most trustworthy automaker, followed by Toyota and Mazda, with Lincoln, Jeep, and Tesla,...

How is corporate renewable energy procurement evolving?

Three key trends are driving the renewable energy procurement market as it matures. Additionality This implies that corporate buyers encourage the development of new...

The Cop26 targets are too weak to prevent disaster: Architects

The three architects of the Paris pact have warned that world leaders will have to return to the negotiating table next year with better...

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Crypto investors increases by 10% in Australia

According to a newly released research, the number of crypto investors in Australia has increased by 10 percent this year to 28.8%, up from...

Over 250 international students land in Australia’s NSW

Due to concerns about the Omicron variant, Australia said last month that it will postpone the reopening of its borders to overseas students from...

Australia’s wheat exports to reach 24.5 million MT

The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences, or ABARES, has raised its forecast for Australia's wheat exports for the marketing year...

Australia’s travel ban on nine countries is discriminatory: South African diplomats

The South African high commissioner to Australia has criticised Australia's travel ban on non-citizens from nine nations, calling it "unfair" and "racist." On Monday, Marthinus...