Meghan Trainor's Song With One Direction's Harry Styles Is Called 'Someday Maybe,' Singer All Praises For Styles
January 27 2015 4:21 PM
Meghan Trainor has co-written a track called "Someday Maybe" with One Direction singer Harry Styles.
California Fruits Recalled in USA and Canada for Possible Listeria Contamination
July 23 2014 1:05 PM
The fruits peaches, plouts, nectarines, and plums which come from California were being recalled in the United States and Canada for possible contamination of bacteria called Listeria monocytogenes.
El Niño 80% Between Oct and Nov – UN’s WMO
June 27 2014 2:03 PM
The World Meteorological Organisation, the UN's weather agency experts, has placed at 80 per cent the chances of an El Niño weather event recurring in the Pacific Ocean by year-end, between October and November.
Australian Pride: Meet Aussie Chef Who Tops Pizza World Championships
April 24 2014 1:43 PM
Australia has grabbed the crown for the world's best pizza from Italy which has been long known for a yummy gourmet.
World Cereal Production Shoot Up 8% for 2013-14 - FAO
October 08 2013 6:35 PM
World cereal production will shoot up for 2013-14 as forecasted by FAO
Australian Economy Consistent with Global Growth Figures: RBA Governor Glenn Stevens
September 04 2013 3:50 PM
Slow growth is expected to continue in the near term as the economy adjusts to lower levels of mining investments, says Glenn Stevens, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), in his statement on monetary policy decision issued on Tuesday.
High Definition Video of Spain Train Crash: Driver Doesn’t Want To Cooperate with Investigators
July 27 2013 8:08 PM
The Spain train crash that ended the life of at least 78 people took another interesting twist when the driver of the train refused to answer questions from Spanish authorities investigating the incident.
How Free Roaming is Your Chicken? Ethical-conscious Consumers Deceived!
July 10 2013 2:07 PM
Court found Steggles branded chickens – Baiada Poultry and Barter Enterprises, Australian Chicken Meat Federation deceiving consumers
Death Toll in Canada Oil Train Disaster Set to Increase, U.S.-Canada Oil Shipment Via Train Criticized
July 09 2013 4:54 PM
A train accident involving a crude oil tanker train in Lec-Megantic, Quebec may have an increase in death toll in the coming days.
Wildfires Emerge in Nevada Due to Intense Heat Wave
July 09 2013 1:00 PM
Wildfires have emerged in Northern and Southern Nevada due to the continuous heat wave engulfing the Western United States
South Korea to Propose Talks with North Korea over Closed Joint Factory
July 04 2013 3:39 PM
South Korea is trying to reach out to North Korea to discuss the re-opening of the Kaesong industrial complex that is jointly operated by the two countries.
Australian Stocks Take a Fall On the Heels of a Currency Decline; Asian, European, and U.S. Shares Suffer Losses
July 03 2013 4:13 PM
In early Wednesday trading, Australian shares have suffered losses after the decline of Aussie currency. That combined with a decline in commodity prices has had a negative impact on shares linked to resources. Other global indexes also point to the red.
Myanmar Telecom Deal with Qatar Firm Draws Religious Factions, Criticism
July 01 2013 2:05 PM
Several Myanmar nationals, particularly the religious and its supporters, express their criticism regarding their country's national mobile phone deal with a Qatar-based firm.
Australian Dollar Drop Offset by Commodity Price Falls
June 20 2013 10:39 AM
The Australian Dollar has fallen to its lowest level this morning but analysts say that this was offset by commodity price falls
Australian Mining Sector Warned Of Iron Ore Price Fall For The Second Half Of 2013
June 11 2013 8:38 AM
The Australian mining sector has been warned of iron ore price fall for the next six months. This was expressed by one of China's top steel makers Ansteel, as it also underscored the current struggles of the Chinese steel industry.
Johnson & Johnson Orders Recall of Benecol Peach & Apricot Yogurt Drinks Over Customer Complaints of "Fizziness" and "Bottles Popping Open"
June 09 2013 12:01 AM
Johnson & Johnson is recalling more than 60,000 consumer packs of Benecol Peach & Apricot Yogurt Drinks from its retailer, Rasio, in the United Kingdom and Ireland over concerns of yeast fermentation on their products.
Toilet Paper Shortage in Venezuela Provokes Economic Debates
May 24 2013 2:33 PM
Venezuela is running out of toilet paper supply and this has become a major economic debate
China Meat Scandal: Rat Meat Served as Mutton in Shanghai’s Famous Hotpot
May 06 2013 9:39 AM
China has once again shocked the world with its latest meat scandal
Global Markets Overview -10/10/2012
October 10 2012 12:19 PM
Stocks fell after a weaker-than-forecast economic-growth forecast from the International Monetary Fund stirred worries about corporate earnings ahead of Alcoa's quarterly report, due after Tuesday's closing bell. The Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 82 points, or 0.6%, to 13501, a drop that coincided with the five-year anniversary of the market's all-time high.
Rio Tinto Pushes Thru with Diamond Mine Divestment
August 09 2012 1:41 PM
In spite posting a favourable revenue performance from its diamond business, global mining giant Rio Tinto Group is still resolute to sell off its assets from that particular business arm.