Monthly Archives: October, 2023

Australia-funded refugee program under scanner in Papua New Guinea

The administration in Port Moresby has committed to conducting an official investigation into the allegations of widespread corruption and incompetence inside the refugee support...

US to help Israel with $14.3bn

On Monday, members of the Republican party who control the House of Representatives in the United States presented a proposal to reduce funding for...

Australia: Millions of identification checks are unlawful

Because the Albanese government was in a hurry to have laws passed in order to support the identification ID verification service, it is possible...

Australia: Banking sector facing threats

Officials at Reserve Bank of Australia has issued a warning that the banking industry in Australia is facing new risks that have no historical...

Australia ends free trade deal with EU

The negotiations between the European Union and Australia for a free trade agreement have broken down, and the Australian government has stated that a...

Is Queensland politicians withdrawing support for Indigenous treaty?

The Liberal National party in Queensland recently made the decision, in the wake of the outcome of the voice vote, to withdraw its support...

Queensland fires continue; several homes destroyed

46 homes have been lost in the devastating fires that have been raging throughout Queensland, and authorities have warned that conditions will continue to...

UK: Foreign people accused of illicit visa trade

An illegal activity that targets foreign workers and students is currently underway in which brokers are booking visa appointments in the UK and then...

Africa: Girls dropping schools as cost of living rises

A charity has issued a warning that governments and donors need to redouble their efforts to urge girls back to school across Africa. This...

Centrelink payments delayed in Labor’s rule: Report

Since Labor took power, there has been a considerable increase in wait times for claims to be processed by Centrelink. Since then, 27 out...

Australia to shot feral horses from air at Kosciuszko national park

The New South Wales environment minister, Penny Sharpe, has declared that the culling of the wild horses in Kosciuszko National Park is important for...

Temporary homes to people cost £1.7 billion a year to England

The "shameful" municipal data that the Local Government Association analyzed found that an increase in the number of people who are being forced to...

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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,...