In bid to try to advance steps towards a global climate agreement, negotiators from around 190 countries are going to participate in a meeting in the Warsaw. According to participants, the goal behind the meeting is to make it crystal clear what all can be achieved in any new deal.
The Australian Climate Council has revealed that temperature in October was 1.43 degrees higher than the long-term average. This has made the nation all set to record the hottest calendars year on record.
A latest report compiled by the crowd-funded group, titled as Off the Charts, has revealed that a new record has been set by Australia for 12-month period. The period lasted from November 1 last year to the end of last month.
According to a latest report, a North Island rest home has been condemned by the critics as it could not take proper care of an 87-year-old woman.
According to sources, the woman suffered from a series f falls and pressure soars as well. She suffered so much that she finally died.
According to a latest report, two children caused a fire at Mokau Marae north of Whangarei. This incident took place on Friday, when two children under the age of six ignited a fire, which destroys the hard work of many generations.
The sources have revealed that Te Uri o Hikihiki has been largely destroyed by an inferno. This incident took place at about one o'clock on Friday.
A study has come up with worrisome findings for Australian men who suffer workplace stress. The study highlighted that Australian this year have higher chances to feel stress and anxiety. Stress has become an affliction that is caused mostly at the workplaces, with many reporting that they do not get any sort of support at their workplace.
Nobody would believe that the ability to type 100 words per minute can't even get you a job. Well, this is the case with an Indian man who can do the same, but was refused a job because of his 12 fingers. Isn't it ridiculous? It is beyond logic that what the hell, the employer has to do with the fingers of the employee as long as they are serving the purpose.
According to a latest report, the worried Cancer Council chiefs are now turning to the smartphones in order to educate the people of Australia about skin cancer.
According to sources, Australia's skin cancer rates are the highest in the world, despite of spending millions to educate the people through campaigns.
According to a report, a man who drank from a bottle, containing $60,000 AUD of crystal, died. Sources said this man was unaware that the fruit drink that he is drinking actually contains $60,000 AUD of crystal meth.
British scientists have prepared the largest cancer database of the world, which includes computer programs similar to that used for weather forecasting to process millions of trial results within seconds.
The new discovery has capacity to modernize the research related to cure of cancer among patients.
As per a latest report, Scots are unaware of spread of HIV in their country. The Waverley Care charity stated that about 6,000 people in north of border have been affected by the disease. The organization feels ashamed of the releasing this report.
Spanish winemakers are gaining ground in mainland China at the cost of their French counterparts, thanks to drastic increase in consumption as well as considerable price difference.
China's imports of wines from Spain increased 40 per cent on yearly basis in the first six-months of current year, as per figures released recently as part of the country's customs reports. Spain is now the third-largest exporter of bottled wines to mainland China, behind France and Australia.
It has been reported that more than half of midwives wants to quit their jobs because of an issue over pay and other conditions. A survey was conducted by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) to find out the reason behind their quit.
According to Bill Gates, India has worked day in and day out to eradicate the menace named polio from the country. He says his foundation started working in India about 10 years ago and commenced when many people feared that HIV/AIDS would spread like fire in the country.