Monthly Archives: February, 2023

Biggest music fests in Japan: Lizzo, Kendrick to woo people

Despite the recent snowfall, it is time to prepare for the summer. The initial lineup waves for two of Japan's major music festivals were just...

Australia fails to protect Indigenous children from violence

According to a historical report, failures in child protection, youth justice, and other support systems affect Queensland's First Nations children who are victims of...

OECD collaborates with Ukraine to prepare recovery plan

Today marks the start of Russia's unlawful, unjustified, and unprovoked war of aggression on Ukraine. Within hours of the invasion, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation...

Nearly half of UK supported Ukraine with donations

According to recent polls, more than a third of British adults have contributed to aid the humanitarian assistance operations in Ukraine. The polling also...

Australia strengthening bilateral ties with India, Malaysia

"I will visit Malaysia and India this week to advance Australia's bilateral relations and advance its interests for peaceful, stable, and prosperous Indo-Pacific region",...

Australia defence personnel to march in Mardi Gras in full ceremonials

Defence authorized its personnel to march in uniform at the yearly Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in 2013. Ten years later, as part of the...

UK may soon face shortage of apples

Following reports that British growers are only planting a third of the trees required to maintain orchards because they believe their profits from sales...

Australia ready to host Mardi Gras parade at Oxford Street

Michael Gardiner first understood that he shouldn't be ashamed of his sexuality while marching in the Mardi Gras parade in 2004 with his then-wife,...

Australia strengthen security, traces illegal foreign fishing vessel

The Maritime Border Command (MBC) and the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) intercepted a foreign fishing vessel operating illegally in Australian waters. Australian Border Force...

Will Australia lock up children for bail breach?

The Queensland police minister, Mark Ryan, revealed the government's new youth bail policy during a community crime forum in Toowoomba last week. The procedure...

One year of war: Supporting Ukraine, Aus to impose new sanctions on Russia

The unlawful and unethical full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russia began one year ago today, and Australia mourns the immeasurable losses that Ukraine has...

Only 47% infants get recommended immunization in Papua New Guinea

Despite being exposed to thousands of pathogens daily, children naturally resist them. Life-saving immunizations are the only defence against several lethal diseases, such as...

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Alaska limits cruise ship passengers to limit tourists

Alaska’s capital city is set to limit the number of cruise ship passengers arriving at its port due to concerns over tourism's increasing impact....

Sudan war: Millions struggle to find food

Mr. Balal, based in the UK, is a co-founder of Khartoum Aid Kitchen, which provides food to tens of thousands of people in Sudan’s...

Influencer fined €1,800 for trespassing on Sardinia pink beach

A Dubai-based influencer has been fined €1,800 for trespassing on a restricted pink-tinged beach in Sardinia and sharing videos and photos of her visit...

Florida: State of emergency declared due to flooding

In the last two days, Florida has experienced significant rainfall, prompting Governor Ron DeSantis to declare a state of emergency in Broward, Collier, Lee,...