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SYDNEY: Suncorp Group revealed it was the latest of several large companies in Australia to underpay its workers, while announcing its banking unit expects to take a A$133mil (US$87mil) hit from the coronavirus pandemic.
IN a worst-case scenario, it may be necessary to kill zoo animals to feed other animals to resolve a hunger crisis at zoos stemming from a lack of revenue from visitors during the Covid-19 pandemic, which has doomed thousands of animals in Indonesia, zoos and veterinarians have said.
MANILA (AFP): Filipina weightlifting star Hidilyn Diaz noticed live-streamed concerts were collecting money for coronavirus relief and was struck by inspiration: why not raise funds with an online workout?
PETALING JAYA: It has been nine years since Malaysia’s status as the top nation in the boys’ doubles event of the World Junior Championships (WJC) came to an end.
(Reuters) - Tough-tackling midfielder Graeme Souness was the engine room of Liverpool's great team of the late 1970s and early '80s and the no-nonsense Scot made a huge impression on and off the pitch.
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia will likely face a"drier than usual" dry season in key agricultural regions this year, President Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo said on Tuesday (May 5), adding that measures must be put in place to ensure food security and price stability.
PETALING JAYA: Five months into his stint with Melaka, winger Sony Norde has scored only a goal after four matches.
BANGKOK, April 30 (The Nation/ANN) - Thailand's Manufacturing Production Index (MPI) in March fell 11.25 percent compared to the same month last year, said Thongchai Chawalitpichaet, director-general of the Office of Industrial Economics (OIE).
SYDNEY: Australia’s headline inflation accelerated in the first three months of the year to climb back within the central bank’s 2%-3% target, reflecting how wildfire damage and the coronavirus shutdown impacted food prices before the pandemic sent the economy into a tailspin.