India’s COVID-19 deaths surpass 100,000 India was always going to struggle with COVID-19 because of its almost non-existent health infrastructure given its negligible per capita spending on health care in the last 70 years. On Friday, 2nd October, India’s COVID-19 deaths reached a grim milestone with the number crossing 100,000.
While the risk of a deliberate nuclear exchange is still small between the United States and China, there is a growing risk of inadvertent nuclear use according to new research from the United States Studies Centre. And in this US-China nuclear relationship, Australia needs to be more proactive the study suggests.
Seven weeks ago, average case numbers of fresh COVID-19 infections were peaking at more than 400 every single day and the average now is 22.1. That has made Premier Daniel Andrews very happy who today announced step 2 for reopening Melbourne. “It’s a remarkable thing – and an achievement that
After yesterday’s testimony by Premier Daniel Andrews, the spin doctors would have know – there is no more room for Jenny Mikakos in the state cabinet. And this morning, Victoria’s Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has resigned from her portfolio amid growing pressure over her role in the state’s coronavirus hotel
Westpac, one of Australia top four banks, has agreed to pay $1.3 billion Australian dollars for its more than 23 million breaches – of not reporting financial transactions and thus contravening the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act (AML/CTF) 2006 on over 23 million occasions, exposing Australia’s financial system to
The World rankings of universities and other educational institutions for 2021 have been released by the Times Higher Education. The University of Melbourne (UoM) has gone up one place and moved to the 31st spot in the world overall and has maintained its top spot in Australia. The second oldest
Dispelling many myths, economic modelling undertaken by CEDA in its latest research report has found that immigration to Australia has not harmed the jobs and earnings of local workers. CEDA’s report, Effects of temporary migration, examines the impact of immigration and recent trends in temporary migration including temporary skilled migration. “There
RiskWise Property Research has identified the Top 10 ‘Danger Zones’ areas in Australia for high settlement and cash flow risk. RiskWise CEO Doron Peleg said property investors should be extra cautious of the high degree of risk associated with off-the-plan units, that has further increased due to the COVID-19. The equity risk,