Monthly Archives: July, 2023

Sydney records hottest July ever

According to a senior meteorologist, Sydney had its warmest July ever recorded, breaking the previous record that had been established in 2018. By the middle...

Australian govt to face charges over climate harm

David Pocock, an independent senator, plans to push for establishing a "duty of care" in Australian law, which would mandate that governments consider the...

1986 climber discovered as Swiss glacier melts

It has been determined that the human remains that were discovered on a glacier in the vicinity of the famed Matterhorn in Switzerland belong...

China asks Uyghurs to spy human rights activists

Researchers believe that China is putting pressure on Uyghurs residing abroad to spy on human rights activists by threatening their family in their home...

Google quake warning failed to help Turkey people

According to the findings of a media inquiry, Google's earthquake warning system did not reach a significant number of Turkish people prior to the...

Barbie release delayed in Pakistan’s Punjab

Due to the film's allegedly "objectionable content," the highly anticipated release of the Hollywood movie Barbie has been postponed in the province of Punjab...

Egypt asks Russia to review Black Sea grain deal

During a Russia-Africa conference in St. Petersburg, which was distinguished by fears about the global economic consequences from the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine, the...

4 feared dead in Australian army helicopter crash

The crash of an Australian army helicopter into water off Hamilton Island in Queensland on Friday night is being treated as a fatality, and...

WeChat loses 30% of users in Australia

WeChat has reported that the number of its users in Australia has decreased by almost 30 per cent over the course of the past...

Albanese considering double dissolution election

Anthony Albanese has stated that he does not "anticipate" that Australians will go to the election this year. However, he has not ruled out...

Australia: Antarctic program sees cut of $25 million

In order to fulfil the aim, the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) needs to find savings of $25 million this year. Meanwhile, the government is...

Australian Angus bull sold for record $360,000

A record-breaking price of $360,000 was paid for an Australian Angus bull during its sale, making it the most expensive bull ever to be...

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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...