Monthly Archives: September, 2023

Should Australia’s police airline industry get new mandate?

A new mandate to monitor the airline industry and assist new entrants in competing with established firms like Qantas and Virgin has been requested...

Sydney: Man dies as boat capsized after been hit by whale

After a boat in Sydney was said to have been hit by a whale, it subsequently capsized, resulting in the death of one man...

US schools get over 150 bomb threats

A Peruvian man was detained in Peru on suspicion of sending more than 150 hoax bomb threats to institutions of higher education, airports, and...

Flash floods: New York City declares emergency

On Friday, parts of New York City were inundated with catastrophic flash floods as severe rainfall persisted after it had poured all night. A...

Will Australia’s New Disability Rights Act end abuse?

Persons with Disability "experience more violence and abuse, multiple forms of neglect, and sexual and financial exploitation," according to the findings of a royal...

Australia alleges copyright issues as books used for AI model

Richard Flanagan, winner of the Booker Prize for Fiction, has described a recent incident as "the biggest act of copyright theft in the history...

The Voice: Advertisements surge in Australia

According to research carried out in Australia, it was discovered that the amount of money spent on digital Advertisements for the Indigenous Voice to...

Australia: Residents demand cheaper medication

This month, the federal government implemented a new dispensing strategy for the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, which means that clients can buy medication sufficient for...

New law in Australia: Privacy breach can invite lawsuit

Under the proposed changes, residents of Australia would be granted the ability to file a lawsuit against those responsible for "serious" invasions of their...

Qantas pilots to protest pay deal

In Western Australia, Qantas pilots who operate passenger, charter, and fly-in-fly-out (Fifo) flights will go on strike for 24 hours the week after next....

Australia, Qatar airways to talk again on increasing flights

The controversial decision made by the Australian government to deny Qatar Airways' request to virtually increase the number of flights it operates to Australia...

Petrol prices skyrocket in Brisbane

As a result of decreases in worldwide supply occurring at the same time that school vacations are taking place, the price of petrol in...

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Deportation bill can affect 375 Australian born children

The Albanese government in Australia faces significant criticism over its proposed deportation bill, which includes provisions that could affect 375 Australian-born children of asylum...

Japan to allow divorced parents to share child’s custody

In a historic move, Japan's parliament has voted to amend its custody laws, which previously mandated sole custody arrangements following divorce. This reform will...

Australia now on second global rank in budget management

According to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) latest fiscal monitor, Australia boasts the second strongest overall budget balance among G20 nations, surpassed only by...

Boeing blowout to cost $200m to United Airlines

United Airlines has attributed a significant financial setback of $200 million to Boeing, impacting its earnings in the first quarter of the year. This...