The Cabinet Office revealed on Sunday that its new “Emergency Alerts” warning service will be trialled this summer.
Napoli moved third in Serie A on Sunday with a 2-0 win at Fiorentina to keep their push for a Champions League return alive.
Key issues must be addressed before any circuit breaker is imposed, said Health Minister Ong Ye Kung.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 16 — Opposition lawmakers have called on the Malaysian government and the international community to step up its efforts, condemn, and persecute against what they called an act of...
The next phase of Singapore's mass vaccination exercise could see emphasis placed on ensuring more people receive their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, while allowing for a longer waiting period before their second doses are administered.
Napoli will be guaranteed a place in next season’s Champions League if they win their final game of the season at home to Hellas Verona next Sunday. Juve had beaten champions Inter Milan on Saturday to move above Napoli, who therefore travelled to Florence needing a victory to ensure they would go into the final round of fixtures in one of the four Champions League qualifying positions.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she is "utterly disgusted" at the actions of Rangers fans who were involved in violent clashes with police on Saturday.
The Australian government is refusing to relent on its decision to keep the country's border closed to almost all international travel until the middle of next year......a decision that has drawn criticism from business and industry groups, as well as members of the prime minister's own party.Most flights have been for Australians returning from abroad. About 9,000 are trying to return from India alone, but the first flight back on Saturday was half empty, because so many had tested positive.This was Prime Minister Scott Morrison's response:"I've seen the suggestion from others who seem to think we can put people who have tested COVID-positive on planes and bring them into Australia. I mean, that just doesn't make any sense. And we all want to support people as much as we can, but by importing COVID into the country I don't think that's a very sensible or sound thing to do. This sort of testing is required from all places where people are coming from into Australia, whether it's the U.K. or elsewhere. And of course it's important in India, and we have seen those high testing rates, and that's frankly why we took the action we did -- because the risk was very, very high."Australia has had one of the world's most successful efforts at fighting the disease: about 900 deaths and only 30,000 confirmed infections since the start of the pandemic. It's credited its border closure, swift contact tracing, and the public compliance with social distancing measures.It also has a travel bubble with New Zealand, which also has very low infection rates.
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A young child has been killed after a suspected gas explosion in Lancashire. It caused two houses to collapse completely, and badly damaged another. Emergency services arrived at the scene in Heysham in the early hours of this morning. As well as the child who died, police say four other people were injured, two seriously.
In Alaska, West Virginia and other mostly rural states, census takers relied more on the word of neighbors, landlords and others for information about a home's residents. In New Jersey, New York and other more densely populated states in the Mid-Atlantic region, they were more likely to come away from a household lacking basic information on race, sex and ethnic background. An Associated Press review of the first data-quality measurements released by the U.S. Census Bureau last month shows some early patterns that may point to red flags in the data that could emerge when more detailed numbers from the 2020 census are released in August.
Let's take a look at some big industrial earnings releases to see if these will impact ETFs exposed to the space.
All primary, secondary, junior college (JC) and Millennia Institute (MI) students including those from the Special Education schools will shift to full Home-Based Learning (HBL) from Wednesday (19 May) until the end of the term on 28 May, Education Minister Chan Chun Sing said on Sunday (16 May).
Check out this majestic clip of an Ozark creek in Arkansas. Such a hidden beauty!
This fawn wasn't sure about the rabbit, so she needed little guidance and advice on how to treat the little bunny! They are so adorable!
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A Swiss parliamentary committee will discuss the fallout from billions of dollars worth of losses at Credit Suisse amid risk-management failures, bringing political scrutiny to bear on the financial sector, a Sunday paper reported. "It's the politicians' turn on the Credit Suisse issue," the SonntagsZeitung quoted Prisca Birrer-Heimo, a Social Democrat member of the lower house's economic affairs committee, as saying ahead of committee hearings set for Monday and Tuesday. Credit Suisse declined to comment on the report.
As the hospitality sector fully resumes on Monday, venues are expected to seat 13.6 million customers, who are forecast to spend £297m eating indoors for the first time since December 2020.
The late royal was pictured wearing the cool, comfy garment to the gym in 1997.
It has been a tough year for travel companies with prolonged lockdowns and uncertainties meaning many have had to lean heavily on government support schemes.