Video, World

Bull shark attacks spear fisherman in heart-pounding footage

11 Jan , 2017  

A spear fisherman’s presence attracted the attention of a wandering bull shark off the coast of north Queensland, Australia. Thirty five year old Kerry Daniel was diving off the Australian coast when he spotted a ‘killer’ bull shark thrust toward him. The man related that he was fishing in a channel when he saw the […]

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Climate Change, News, World

Australia puts up US $500,000 to fight Zika virus in Pacific Region

8 Feb , 2016  

[flexiblemap address=”Nukuʻalofa, Tonga” region=”Pacific” directions=”true” width=”100%” height=”250px” zoom=”12″ ] To prevent the spreading and combat the Zika virus, the Australian government has pledged US $500,000 in aid. Australian minister for the Pacific said in a statement that the fund will be used to combat the virus in Tonga and other Pacific countries. “Stopping the spread […]

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Climate Change, News, World

Zika virus affects over 25,000 in Colombia, Australia registers people with infection

7 Feb , 2016  

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday said upon his request, American team of doctors and scientists will soon arrive in Colombia to help fight and control the spread of Zika virus in his country. Santos in ameeting with health officials in Colombian capital of Bogota, said that the number of people infected by Zika […]

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News, Science

Australian researchers say Universe is slowly dying

11 Aug , 2015  

Researchers from the International Center for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in Western Australia have measured the energy generated across 200,000 galaxies more precisely than ever before, discovering it is only half of what it was 2 billion years ago and is continually fading. Professor Simon Driver from ICRAR said on Tuesday the research looks “bleak” […]

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