SET-listed Banpu Plc, a non-oil energy conglomerate, has acquired two utility-scale solar farms in New South Wales, Australia, in a deal worth A$97.5 million (2.33 billion baht) to further increase its clean power generation capacity.
article author: Arab NewsMon, 2021-06-07 15:54 DUBAI: The official lineup for Sydney’s annual Vivid Festival has been unveiled, with British-Indian-Pakistani model and actress Jameela Jamil taking part. The activist will appear as part of Vivid Ideas, discussing body positivity, social media, diet trends and mental health via a virtual talk with Australian author and podcast host Jamila Rizvi.…
Tech stocks have been under pressure, but a $5 billion bid from the US should reassure those enamoured with the growth prospects of local software companies.
He may have been raised next to Utah’s famous snow fields, but Mike Featherstone now finds the balance between work and play at Sydney’s Manly Beach.
The UK government on Monday announced a new consul general to Hong Kong and Macau. In a statement, the British Foreign Office says Brian Davidson will take office next month, replacing Andrew Heyn, who has now retired from the diplomatic service. Davidson joined the Foreign Service in 1985, and has served diplomatic roles in China,…
The vaccines could still be recognised in the Australian Immunisation Register.
The actor says it took him a while to adjust to living in Australia
Sky News contributor Gemma Tognini says the coronavirus response in Australia, with the exception of New South Wales, has been “appallingly disproportionate” and “appallingly policiticised”. “Because when you frighten people, it turns into votes,” Ms Tognini told Sky News. Discussing the issue, Sky News host Alan Jones said we are “trapped in a vortex of…
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