Wednesday, May 11, 2011 Kiribati, one of the world’s most isolated nations, has received US$2 million in emergency food aid from the World Bank. Lying on the equator, the South Pacific country hosts some of the least developed communities in the world, with few natural resources and relying heavily onContinue Reading

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Here’s An Opinion On: Film Schools Australia Submitted by: Frances Harper In our world, we have two extreme sects of people, the filthy rich and the extremely poor. The rich are wealthy to an extent that a few thousand dollars here or there makes no difference. The poor are thoseContinue Reading

Friday, July 15, 2011 On Tuesday, the Euro fell to a new record low in relation to the Swiss Franc, and to multi-month lows against the U.S. Dollar and Japanese yen; all considered by investors to be safe currencies during times of economic turmoil. The Wall Street Journal reported earlierContinue Reading

Sunday, April 17, 2005 The Aviation and Allied Workers’ Union in Nairobi, Kenya, has threatened to suspend operations in 48 hours at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport if the government does not accede to its requests, the East African Standard reported on April 18. The minister of Labour, Newton Kulundu, “declaredContinue Reading

Here’s An Opinion On: Pop Rock Album Charts Most people remember The Beatles. In the 1960s they were the most famous pop group in the world, and were responsible for writing some of the most memorable songs of that era. People are still humming their tunes today. So where didContinue Reading

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