The Māori Party ‘Te Pāti Māori’ launched a petition to change New Zealand’s official name to Aotearoa, the Te Reo Māori

The Māori Party has launched a petition or campaign to change New Zealand’s official name to Aotearoa, the Te Reo Māori, an indigenous language name for the country and quickly signed by a large number of Kiwis. Te Pāti Māori – the country’s Māori Party – launched the campaign to correspond with Māori Language Week.… Continue reading The Māori Party ‘Te Pāti Māori’ launched a petition to change New Zealand’s official name to Aotearoa, the Te Reo Māori

China’s UK ambassador Zheng Zeguang banned from the British parliament over sanctions

China’s ambassador to the UK has been banned from going to an event in the British parliament since Beijing imposed sanctions on MPs after they stood in opposition to alleged human rights abuses coordinated at the minority Uighurs in the far western region of Xinjiang. Zheng Zeguang was expected to go to a Commons reception… Continue reading China’s UK ambassador Zheng Zeguang banned from the British parliament over sanctions

Fiji declares intend to open boundaries to travelers by November

A Pacific island getaway has been far off for some Australians during the COVID-19 pandemic. In any case, that may change in only a few months. Amidst battling a COVID-19 outbreak, Fiji has declared plans to resume its boundaries to tourists by November 1. By then the government hopes to have fully vaccinated somewhere around… Continue reading Fiji declares intend to open boundaries to travelers by November

Pope Francis encourages PM Viktor Orban’s Hungary to be more open to destitute refugees

Pope Francis said on Sunday that Hungary could save its Christian roots while opening up to the destitute, an evident reaction to nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s stand that Muslim migration could destroy its heritage. Francis was in Hungary for a curiously short stay that underlined contrasts with the anti-immigrant Orban, his political opponents. Shutting… Continue reading Pope Francis encourages PM Viktor Orban’s Hungary to be more open to destitute refugees

World’s biggest direct air capture plant ‘Orca’ to capture carbon dioxide in the air starts in Iceland

The world’s biggest plant intended to suck carbon dioxide out of the air and transform it into rock began has run, the organizations behind the project said on Wednesday. The world’s largest direct air capture (DAC) plant is set to come online in Iceland on Wednesday. The plant, named Orca after the Icelandic word “orka”… Continue reading World’s biggest direct air capture plant ‘Orca’ to capture carbon dioxide in the air starts in Iceland

The Australian Construction Industry

Valued at an approximate US$112 billion annually and accounting for nearly 10 % of the Australian GDP, the Australian construction industry seems to be growing steadily despite the setbacks attributed to the COVID 19 pandemic. Early this year, I.A (Infrastructure Australia) rolled out its infrastructure priority list which saw 44 new. The IA has been… Continue reading The Australian Construction Industry

Wakayama prefecture and Clairvest Group become first in Japan to sign IR project basic contract at Wakayama Marina City

Wakayama prefecture declared on 26 August that it had signed a basic contract with Clairvest Group, its favored contender for an IR project at Wakayama Marina City. The consortium of Clairvest Neem Ventures Co Ltd and Clairvest Group Inc was named as Wakayama’s favored partner on 21 July after the solitary another applicant, Suncity Group,… Continue reading Wakayama prefecture and Clairvest Group become first in Japan to sign IR project basic contract at Wakayama Marina City

TOP 100 Universities in ARWU 2021 by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy

The 2021 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) is released by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy. Since 2003, ARWU has been introducing the world’s top universities annually dependent on a straightforward approach and objective third-party information. It has been perceived as the forerunner of global university rankings and the most trustworthy one. This year, over 2000 trustworthy were… Continue reading TOP 100 Universities in ARWU 2021 by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy

Australia becomes the most affordable country in the world to own a brand-new car

Australia is the most affordable country in the world to own a brand-new car, as per a new study out of the UK. Analysts examined the average new car costs, as well as extra costs of claiming a vehicle including insurance, breakdown cover, fuel, and repairs to decide the best ten most reasonable nations, alongside… Continue reading Australia becomes the most affordable country in the world to own a brand-new car

UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee adds 34 new sites to the World Heritage List; Here’s the list

The 44th session of the World Heritage Committee (WHC) of UNESCO wrapped up on Saturday in Fuzhou, capital of East China’s Fujian Province, with a total of 34 new sites recorded on the World Heritage List. The current session’s inscriptions, which incorporate 29 cultural sites and five natural ones, bring the total number of sites… Continue reading UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee adds 34 new sites to the World Heritage List; Here’s the list