Monthly Archives: May, 2023

Air NZ to weigh passengers before take-off to make fuel assessment

Before boarding foreign flights, Air New Zealand weighs passengers as part of a study to ascertain the average passenger weight. According to the company, the...

EXPLAINED: Defamation case of Australian soldier

Numerous witnesses accused Australia's most decorated surviving soldier of war crimes, bullying peers, and mistreatment of his mistress as he endured months of testimony...

Extreme weather increasing death toll across nations

Even though extreme weather has cost the economy trillions of dollars in last 50 years, the number of fatalities has drastically decreased. Research from the...

Australia’s Wage Price Index grows highest in year

Recent data indicates that wages have grown steadily and firmly under the Albanese Labor government. The Wage Price Index increased by 0.8% in the March...

Australian Navy tries gaining control of port near Townsville

An Army unit practised clearing a complex urban environment in Townsville while combating enemy role-players to seize control of port facilities. Exercise Septimus Stride, a...

Voice would “re-racialise” Australia: Opposition

The Voice to Parliament debate shouldn't centre on race, urged Australia's race discrimination commissioner, saying that this will encourage racists and expose Indigenous Australians...

Australia to expand Home Guarantee Scheme criteria

An Australian government program called the Home Guarantee Scheme (HGS) helps qualified homebuyers acquire a home faster. The National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation...

Expelled Germans taking safe exit to Russia

The German foreign ministry reports that hundreds of Germans employed in the cultural and educational fields will be deported from Russia beginning next month. It...

Here’s why Australia government is promoting quitting vaping

Chris, a teacher at a high school in New South Wales, claims that "the horse has bolted now; they are addicted." He is referring to...

Russia, China strengthen economic ties

As part of bilateral agreements signed by Mikhail Mishustin, Russia's prime minister, during a visit to Beijing, the two countries have decided to increase...

Saving energy in heatwave: Vietnam reduces city lights

As abnormally high temperatures threaten to strain the nation's power sources, cities in Vietnam are reducing the use of public lights to preserve energy. In...

Why is UK inflation rising even more than US, Germany?

Only on Tuesday, the International Monetary Fund issued a "premature celebration" warning in an otherwise positive assessment of the UK economy due to significant...

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Pirates of the Caribbean actor ‘Tamayo Perry’ killed in shark attack

Tamayo Perry, an actor from Pirates of the Caribbean, has died after a shark attack while surfing in Hawaii. The 49-year-old passed away on...

Rising sea levels can disrupt millions in US by 2050

Rising sea levels due to global warming are set to disrupt the lives of millions of Americans by 2050, according to a new study....

900,000 children pushed to poverty in UK: Report

The poverty crisis in the UK, which has deepened over the past 14 years, has been starkly revealed in two reports detailing the severe...

China, EU to talk on electric car tariff hike

The risk of rising Chinese electric car prices in the EU might be diminishing after both parties agreed to negotiate a series of planned...