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New Zealand and Australia to host 2023 Women’s World

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FIFA has confirmed that Australia and New Zealand will be joint hosts for the 2023 Women’s World Cup. A combined bid from Football Federation Australia (FFA) and New Zealand Football (NZF) beat […]

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Brazil withdraws bid to host 2023 Women’s World Cup

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Brazil has withdrawn its bid to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup ahead of this month’s vote. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) announced the statement on Monday, with the vote to decide […]

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Mauritius records first cases for a month

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Mauritius recorded two coronavirus cases on Sunday after 28 days without any new cases. The two patients are among the 149 Mauritians who were repatriated from India on May 9th on a […]

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Australia curve nearly flat for five weeks

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Australia has manage to sustain its coronavirus flat curve for more than a month. For five consecutive weeks, the growth rate of new coronavirus cases has been under 0.5%. Australia Health Minister […]

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Fiji airways lays off 51% of staff

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Fiji airways has laid off more than half of its staff as travel restrictions have cut the airlines revenue to ‘’virtually zero.’’ The 758 people were laid off on Monday amid the […]

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Sports

Rugby World Cup Update

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The 2019 edition of the Rugby World Cup is ongoing in Japan. Australia has beaten Uruguay 45-10. Other fixtures scheduled for today are :England vs Argentina Japan vs Samoa Sharing is Caring:

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Public Policy

Pig semen nationalism

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Two Western Australia pig farmers are facing a jail term for illegally importing Danish pig semen which was camouflaged in shampoo bottles.  Henning Laue has plead guilty of violating biosecurity laws as […]

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Business

SYDNEY’S OPAL TOWER HAS A CRACK WHICH MAKES IT DANGEROUS FOR OCCUPANTS

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SYDNEY’S OPAL TOWERS HAS A CRACK WHICH MAKES IT DANGEROUS FOR OCCUPANTS On Monday 24 December 2018 many people had to leave their homes in a 38-storey tower in Sydney, Australia. This […]

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Environment

World wilderness Map showing 5 Countries of wilderness

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World wilderness Map showing 5 Countries of wilderness The newest World wilderness map shows that 70% of the world’s wilderness is in just 5 countries. A study conducted by University of Queensland […]

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Economy

Immigrants built Australia

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Immigrants built Australia Australia has grown faster than expected and the Central Bank Chief Philip Lowe has said that Immigrants built Australia. This credited to their superior performance at their place of work. […]

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49 Million Africans could be pushed into poverty by the pandemic, says AfDB

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49 Million people in Africa could be pushed into extreme poverty by the Covid-19 pandemic, says the African Development Bank (AfDB). West and Central Africa stand to be the most hit regions […]

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Public Policy

Covid-19 will definitely come to an end!

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Covid-19 which which  broke out in December 2019 in Wuhan City, China has finally spread to most countries and territories around the world.  Now it seems like an endless curse which is […]

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