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Monthly Archives: November, 2021

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Prince Charles hails ‘trusted partnership’ with Commonwealth’s newest republic

BRIDGETOWN (CU)_21-gun salute fired, as hundreds of people Chamberlain Bridge in Bridgetown cheered at the stroke of midnight, marking a new chapter...

Australian scientists create first mRNA vaccine with unique feature

MELBOURNE (CU)_Just as countries across the globe began recovering from the worst effects of the pandemic, COVID-19 is making headlines once again,...

Singapore and Malaysia impose travel restrictions on these 7 countries over new strain

Singapore (CU)_ Following the discovery of a new Covid-19 strain with a significant number of mutations in South Africa, health officials in...

Safety performance of South Africa’s mining sector continues on a downward trend

RUSTENBURG (CU)_Over the recent months, there has been a significant increase in safety concerns in South Africa’s mining industry, with the sector...

Another assault on Australia’s coal industry

GUNNEDAH, New South Wales (CU)_A couple of days ago, several areas in the state of New South Wales were struck by floods,...

A commitment to indigenize mining in Ghana

ACCRA (CU)_The Ministry of Information of Ghana organized a he bi-weekly Minister's briefing in the capital city of Accra on Tuesday. Several...

A rare bout of cooperation in Australia’s iron ore heartland

PORT HEDLAND, Western Australia (CU)_Just over a year ago, the government of Western Australia was due to award a tender for additional...

May you continue to shine like a diamond…

BRIDGETOWN (CU)_Fireworks filled the sky, as a 21-gun salute was fired and the national anthem of Barbados was played over the Heroes...

Killer robots on the NZ government radar

WELLINGTON (CU)_Over the recent months, discussions have arisen in New Zealand regarding highly contentious new technologies associated with autonomous weapons systems (AWS),...

The Queen has finally spoken out!

LONDON (CU)_Barbados, on Tuesday (30 Nov), became the latest republic in the world, as the country's first president, Sandra Mason, was sworn...

Alok Sharma says ‘we achieved what we wanted’ at climate summit

(CU)_There has been mixed responses from the global community regarding the outcome of this year's Conference of the Parties, with some claiming...

Election observation group arrives in Banjul

BANJUL (CU)_Gambians will head to polls on Saturday (4 Dec), to elect the country's president, as just a week before the vote,...

Troubles continue for Indian-owned coal mine in Australia

SYDNEY (CU)_Over the recent months, Griffin Coal Mining has found itself tangled in a web of legal challenges, and the troubles appear...

Canadian mining company to looking to increase footprint in Africa

VANCOUVER (CU)_B2Gold Corp. is a Canadian mining company operating gold mines and carrying out development and exploration projects in several countries, including...

A ‘new frontier’ for NSW mining sector

DUBBO, New South Wales (CU)_Located in the east coast of the Pacific nation, New South Wales is the third-largest mining region in...

VIDO gets a $23K donation from Saskatoon hospital foundations

Ontario, Canada (CU)_ Three Saskatoon hospital foundations have pledged $230,000 to the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO). The donation was made...

Private hospitals prioritize patient safety

Sydney, Australia (CU)_ The private hospitals of South Australia are prioritizing patient safety at first hand as there are possibilities of COVID-19...

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown adds fun units for children

Ontario, Canada (CU)_ A new entertainment centre has been added to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown especially for the young patients...

Two Commonwealth nations secure world’s highest levels of trust in scientists

WELLINGTON (CU)_Over the past year and a half, Australia and New Zealand were lauded by the global community for the success in...

Nissanka shines bright on rain-hit first day in Galle

Sri Lanka Cricket is on the rise again as this new young blood is making steady waves in the field. Pathum Nissanka’s...
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Pectiv’s Nanotechnology-based Sanitary Pads gains global recognition

Mumbai, India (CU)_ MEA Business Awards recognized Pectiv, a rapidly developing e-commerce marketplace for unique sanitary pads, as the best innovative sanitary...
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Vir Biotechnology launches a new antibody research initiative to treat HIV and Malaria

California, USA (CU)_ Vir Biotechnology, Inc. revealed that it has teamed up with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to make use...

We don’t care about how much coffee you have per week, non-bank mortgage lender says

AUCKLAND (CU)_As the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act came into effect on 1 December, there has been widespread reluctance among banks...

Felix Biotechnology collaborates with AnimalBiome to treat pet diarrhea

California, USA (CU)_ Felix Biotechnology, Inc., a biotechnology firm specialized in the production of antibacterial medicines to address drug-resistant infections, has teamed...