· 'This makes Chinese medicine look bad': TCM supporters condemn illegal wildlife trade →
“We strongly disagree with the use of endangered wildlife in traditional medicine, which drives species like the pangolin to extinction,” she said, adding that of 128 motions currently under consideration by the IUCN this year, it is the “most controversial”.
· 'Ban on bushmeat' after Covid-19 but what if alternative is factory farming? →
According to the OIE, the World Organisation for Animal Health, there are currently more than 25 outbreaks of H5 and H7 avian flu having to be controlled in more than 20 countries, including the US, Germany, India and Saudi Arabia.
· Telstra trials 5G mobile phone technology that could be up to eight times faster than 4G →
Lower-spectrum (3.6GHz currently) 5G is around two times faster than 4G, but using the higher spectrum, 5G can be significantly faster, just over a shorter distance.
· $60 billion JobKeeper snafu drives calls for tax cuts, stimulus →
With restrictions currently being eased across the country allowing more businesses to open, he said the federal government should wait and see what the reaction is as any significant outbreaks of the virus would cause major policy considerations.
· Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit fails on first rocket launch attempt →
For satellites the method is currently in use by what is now Northrop Grumman’s Pegasus rocket program, which has had several dozen launches since 1990.
· (News Focus) Amid growing IPO rumblings, Big Hit shifts away from heavy reliance on BTS →
Through collaboration with Source Music, Bit Hit, currently without a girl group in its in-house lineup, plans to launch an all-female act in 2021 through a global audition project.
· Night grand final increasingly likely as MRC pushes on with carnival revamp →
Racing Victoria is currently negotiating that on behalf of the industry,'' Norton said.
· (LEAD) Another soldier tests positive for new virus, total at 52 →
The sergeant, the military's 52nd coronavirus case, is currently at a civilian hospital and will be discharged from the military without returning to his base after using up his remaining vacation days, according to the ministry.
· Would the NHS and social care survive without foreign staff? →
Recent research by the IPPR think tank found that 66 per cent of the EU migrants currently working in health and social care in the UK would be ineligible for a skilled work visa under government plans.
· University childcare services axed and outsourced to private operators →
Mr Ward said any new external provider would need to maintain at least the same quality of education and care that is currently provided to the children at Early Years.