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AirAsia’s BIG loyalty programme has released a newly revamped app and allows passengers to use their points beyond flights and travel.
BANGKOK (AFP): Gourmet take-out delivered by a butler in a black sedan - Thailand's super-rich have not forgone luxury during a pandemic which has locked the country down, crushed the economy and left millions unemployed.
Japan is scrambling to house an often overlooked group of homeless people who slept in Internet cafes now shut due to coronavirus lockdowns.
MANILA (AP): Philippine church and business leaders expressed alarm Wednesday (May 6)over a government agency’s shutdown of the country’s largest TV and radio network, which has been a major provider of news on the coronavirus pandemic.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele announced still tougher measures on Tuesday to curb the coronavirus pandemic, including shopping trips limited to twice a week.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - When shops and homes shutter at curfew, some Iraqis in this Baghdad district say it reminds them of past traumas that destroyed lives and livelihoods: sectarian death squads, foreign invasion, and the ruin wrought by international sanctions.
Burger King is trialling an app for ordering food and booking a table at its outlets in Italy, as it seeks to persuade locals it is safe to eat out again after more than two months of coronavirus lockdown.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): With more and more people working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak, pets are getting more attention, which is helping the pet food market grow, Auramon Supthaweethum, director-general of the Department of Trade Negotiations, said on Tuesday (May 5).
BEIJING (Xinhua): Dr Gauden Galea, WHO representative in China, on Tuesday (May 5) told Xinhua that the World Health Organization (WHO) and China jointly identified a set of knowledge gaps on the animal source of the Covid-19 virus in February and that Chinese studies to fill these gaps will be crucial to helping prevent similar outbreaks in the future.
SYDNEY: Panic buying of toilet rolls and food drove a record jump in Australian retail sales in March, but any economic windfall was sharply curtailed as much of the surge came in prices rather than in the overall volume of goods.