The report’s committee chair, Greens upper house member Cate Faehrmann, wrote it was “deeply distressing” but extremely important for committee members to agree to the finding that koalas would become extinct in NSW before 2050 without urgent government intervention. … [Read more...] about Parliament report warns koalas will be extinct before 2050 in NSW
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North Korea, in recent months, have also been ramping up pressure against South Korea, blowing up an inter-Korean liaison office in its territory and threatening to abandon a bilateral military agreement aimed at reducing tensions. It follows months of frustration over Seoul’s unwillingness to defy U.S.-led sanctions and restart joint economic projects that would breathe life into the North’s broken economy. … [Read more...] about North Korea says it has no plans for talks with U.S.
“Demonstrators enraged by the extreme racists throng even to the White House,” said the statement published by Rodong Sinmun, North Korea’s main state-run newspaper. “This is the reality in the U.S. today. American liberalism and democracy put the cap of leftist on the demonstrators and threaten to unleash even dogs for suppression.” … [Read more...] about North Korea lashes out at U.S., saying China eclipses it
Ahmedabad: The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has seized 24 packets of charas having market value of approximately Rs 36 lakh from an island off the Kutch coast in Gujarat, an official said on Saturday. These packets were recovered on Friday while the force was on patrol at Kadiyari beyt (island) near Jakhau port, said the defence wing of the Press Information Bureau in a release. As per an official release, since May 20, the Coast Guard, in coordination with other enforcement agencies, has recovered over 1,200 packets of charas, including 88 packets worth Rs 1.32 crore that was seized from an uninhabited island off the port between June. … [Read more...] about Coast Guard seizes charas worth Rs 36 lakh in Gujarat
Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) is collaborating with medical device companies to speed the manufacture of ventilators, respirators and other vital devices for hospitals, the company said in a release. The automaker said it is working to produce 3-D printed face shields and mass production will kick off early next week. It is also seeking partners for filters to produce COVID-19 masks.Toyota is finalizing agreements to begin working with at least two companies that produce ventilators and respirators to help increase their capacity, it added.The company said it will continue to make significant monetary donations to the United Way, food banks and other key non-profit organizations geared towards helping those in need. “Toyota’s core value has always been to contribute to society in meaningful ways beyond providing mobility for our customers,” said Ted Ogawa, incoming CEO, TMNA. He further added, “With our plants idled and our dealers focused on servicing … [Read more...] about Toyota North America collaborates with medical companies for fabrication of face shields