At least 25 people were killed by lightning or landslides over the weekend in Bangladesh while millions were left marooned or homeless in low-lying northeastern parts hit by the worst monsoon floods in the country's recent history, officials said.
What was intended as a ten-day vacation in a sunny Egyptian Red Sea resort for Ukrainian manager Oleksandr Golovkin and his family, has lasted more than 100 days placing the now refugees under uncertainty with the war in their country dragging on.
A CAIRNS sexual health doctor and father to nine children opened up about the momentous discoveries he’s made as a sperm donor in his submission into the state government’s inquiry into donor conception information.
NATO’s chief has warned that the war in Ukraine could last “for years” as Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed on Sunday his forces would not give up the south of the country to Russia after he visited the frontline there.
Businesswoman Kellie Sloane says "nothing like a blackout" to get people "focused" on the issue of energy. "Transition is always going to be an unsteady period," she told Sky News host Erin Molan. "Perhaps we can learn from this wake-up call and also realise just how important it is to put in some of those transitional plans."
One person was killed and several injured after sudden strong gusts of wind hit the coast of northern France on Saturday, June 18, Le Parisien reported. The Calvados prefecture told local media that a 31-year-old male kitesurfer died after a strong gust threw him into the window of a restaurant in Villers-sur-Mer. Three people were taken to hospital with minor injuries. Footage posted by Twitter user @nar2manon showed parasols, chairs, and tables overturned in Trouville-sur-Mer. The Calvados prefecture said the extreme weather would continue on Sunday with thunderstorms and gusts of up to 100 km/h predicted. Credit: @nar2manon via Storyful
Reports of so-called “revenge porn” on social media by young people has almost doubled over the past year, according to shocking new figures from the eSafety Commission that inspired a new campaign against the trend.
Coal and gas power stations would receive payments to secure reliable supply and keep Australia’s ailing electricity system operating, as the government faces pressure to avoid blackouts and fix the national energy crisis.
Tasmania’s public sector union has accused the Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority (PAHSMA) of stiffing its workers, claiming some staff have been left languishing on trainee wages for more than 20 years.
Sky News host Paul Murray says a US talk show host has "explained one of the problems" with "generation sook, otherwise known as millennials". HBO's 'Real Time' host Bill Maher talked on his show about how "too many millennials are overly sensitive, overly fragile, and have no sense of priorities".
Sky News host Paul Murray says there's "a little more pain coming our way" amid predictions the cost of living is set to surge. "What exactly is the plan, of course, to deal with all of this?", Mr Murray said.
Sky News host Paul Murray says flying the Aboriginal flag on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge permanently shouldn't be "that hard". The NSW government announced in February it intended to install an additional flagpole on top of the bridge and recently revealed a commitment of $25 million to do so. "The issue is, why hasn't it happened? Why does it cost so much money?", Mr Murray said.