Philippines, Australia begin patrols in South China Sea

Australia has said the joint patrols are meant to demonstrate “freedom of navigation” in the South China Sea, where China has disputed maritime claims, and Chinese Coast Guard increasingly confronts… Read more

Papua New Guinea on alert after Ulawun volcano erupts

Officials have said the eruption of Mount Ulawun on Papua New Guinea continues to send smoke and ash into the atmosphere, with officials warning the eruption could continue for an… Read more

Yoroku: Ex-Japan PM Mori’s downfall a lesson to not disregard public opinion

“I don’t know if politics should be steered merely by public opinion polls,” said former Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori, successor to the late Keizo Obuchi who collapsed in April 2000.… Read more

Wye salmon faces extinction in 6 years – campaigners

The protected Atlantic salmon could be extinct within six years due to pollution levels in the River Wye, campaigners say. The Wye Salmon Association say they have recorded their lowest… Read more

Xi’s trips to Iowa: Tractors and Star Trek wallpaper

Rick Kimberly still doesn’t know quite how the future leader of China ended up visiting his farm outside Des Moines. Prior to the trip in 2012, an advance party showed… Read more

You cannot depend on your children for your retirement – SSNIT Director-General

By Samuel Akumatey Ho, Nov. 4, GNA – Dr John Ofori Tenkorang, Director-General of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), has called on the working public to consider… Read more

Belize Abolishes Public Hospital Fees, Paving the Way for Universal Healthcare

In a landmark decision that redefines the social fabric, the Government of Belize has announced the removal of all fees charged in public hospitals, guaranteeing universal access to quality healthcare… Read more

Vanuatu Braces for Super Cyclone ‘Lola’: A Test of Resilience Amid Rising Climate Change Threats

As the sun sets over the South Pacific, an ominous silhouette looms on the horizon. Super Cyclone ‘Lola’, a monstrous storm system classified as Category 5, is advancing towards the… Read more

Australian government invests $30.8m for research on indigenous community health

The projects will find ways to reduce chronic illnesses and quit smoking in kids. The Albanese Government will improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders through 26 funded… Read more

MLGDRD presents logistics to MDAs for SOCO project implementation

By Philip Tengzu Wa, (UW/R), Oct. 18, GNA – The Ministry of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development (MLGDRD) has presented motorbikes and laptop computers to five Municipal and District… Read more
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