Monthly Archives: January, 2024

NZ to ban ‘forever chemicals’ in cosmetics

New Zealand is set to become the first country to ban the use of "forever chemicals" in cosmetics starting from 2026, according to the...

Do WA public schools need more funding?

The Albanese government's proposed "landmark" agreement with Western Australia to jointly fund improvements in public schools has faced rejection from all other states. Federal...

Australia records sharp hike in shark bites

Following a recent shark bite incident in Sydney's Elizabeth Bay, experts were consulted to determine whether shark attacks are becoming more frequent in Australia...

UK urgently needs plan to tackle heatwave: Experts

A cross-party committee of MPs in the UK has issued a warning, urging the government to urgently formulate a plan to prevent thousands of...

Italy to expand influence in Africa

The Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, is set to unveil her ambitious influence vision for Italy in Africa, aiming to position her country at...

Disabled children struggling for facilities in Australia

Whitehouse, head of the autism research team at the Telethon Kids Institute and the University of Western Australia, emphasizes the urgent need for reforms...

Brisbane: People facing challenge to afford basic living cost

Queensland has emerged as the epicenter of Australia's cost-of-living crisis, particularly in Brisbane, where residents are grappling with surging prices in rent, energy, insurance,...

Why people are questioning Albanese presence at Australian Open?

Heckling echoed through Rod Laver Arena during Sunday night's Australian Open men's final when Todd Woodbridge acknowledged the presence of the "honourable prime minister,...

Jennifer Lopez is producing Bob the Builder movie

Mattel has unveiled its latest property set for cultural domination, and it's not Barbie but Bob the Builder. The beloved construction worker, who made...

Cyclone Kirrily: 50,000 still without power in Townsville

Thousands of residents in Townsville are grappling with power outages as northern Queensland initiates the cleanup process following the impact of ex-Tropical Cyclone Kirrily....

Pollution level over 6,300% in Canadian tar sands

A recent study published in the journal Science reveals that toxic emissions from the Canadian tar sands, already considered one of the dirtiest fossil...

More tax cuts on cards before elections: Sunak

Rishi Sunak is planning to implement two more tax cuts before the upcoming election in an effort to improve the party's standing in the...

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Venezuelan migrants boosting South American countries’ economies: Report

Nearly 8 million Venezuelan migrants escaping poverty and political turmoil have become an economic boon for South American countries, according to studies by international...

Tuvalu to reconsider deal with Australia for security

The recently formed government in Tuvalu has raised concerns about the lack of transparency surrounding a security and migration agreement signed with Australia in...

Birth rate sinks in Japan at record low

Japan is facing a deepening demographic crisis, as government data reveals a record eighth consecutive year of decline in the number of babies born....

Fertility rate drops in South Korea

South Korea is grappling with an intensified demographic crisis as recent data reveals a further decline in its already world-low birthrate in 2023. Despite...