Articles By Esther Tanquintic-Misa
A large ice-free region the size of New Zealand has disappeared in Antarctica which scientists attribute was due to the burgeoning global warming conditions of the planet.
There will be no more surprises this time from former Pope Benedict XVI as he did during the recent installation of 19 new cardinals. Pope Francis has revealed his predecessor will now come out of retirement to rejoin the church life.
Canada Post has launched the design of the new community mailboxes that will take effect this fall.
A man from Calgary, Canada has been found guilty of animal abuse for failing to provide adequate care for 34 dogs. He has been ordered by the court to pay a $5000 fine and was likewise slapped with a lifetime three animal limit.
At least 100 world cultural landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Tower of London and Sydney Opera House will be wiped out from the face of the earth if ocean waters continue to rise spurred by the burgeoning global warming and climate change.
Could babies of Fukushima now stand a chance of longer, healthier lives after scientists have developed and built a radiation scanner meant for their exclusive use?
The royal visit to New Zealand by the trio family of Prince William, Kate and baby Prince George will cost taxpayers a whopping $1 million per day, no less than Prime Minister John Key announced. He was quick to defend however the "tremendous international coverage" the Kiwi country will get in exchange.
Victims of dog attacks in New Zealand have reignited calls to include Staffordshire-bull-terrier-cross in the list of banned dogs in the country, following Monday's horrific attack on a Japanese girl by four dogs of the said breed.
Nepal is again bracing for an influx of visitors wanting to trek up the challenging Mount Everest this spring, with an equal amount of potential thrash going to be left behind by the so-called nature lovers and protectors. To counter this, Nepal authorities on Monday announced adventurous climbers will now be required to bring eight kilograms (18 pounds) of thrash when they come down.
Chinese state-owned company Beijing Capital Group has agreed to purchase Transpacific New Zealand waste management firm for $NZ950 million ($890 million), in a move seen to help fight off China's burgeoning chronic pollution as it gets to acquire new technology from the Kiwi company.