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Tesla to buy more than $1 bln of Australian battery minerals a year

Tesla also supplies batteries to Australia to store energy captured from rooftop solar panels which shore up reliability in its energy network. Australia has the world's highest per capita density of rooftop solar panels.

Breaking: Recession hits Australia for first time in almost 30 years

Australia has officially fallen into its first recession in 29 years with the biggest fall in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on...

NAFDAC warns Nigerians against apple, blackcurrant from Australia

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has cautioned Nigerians to stop the consumption of an organic...

Australian BP worker fired for Hitler memes wins $143,000 compensation

An employee of BP Plc's (BP.L) Australian refinery who was fired last year for mocking management online using a well-known meme...

Australia’s government to back Victoria’s strict coronavirus lockdown

By Lidia Kelly Australia’s government expressed support on Sunday for the strictest social-distancing measures yet by the state of...

Australia to deploy helicopters, set up police checkpoints to hand out hefty fines in Easter travel crackdown against Covid-19

By Lidia Kelly Australia will deploy helicopters, set up police checkpoints and hand out hefty fines to deter people...

Playing cricket without fans in the stadiums is an option worth considering— Australia coach

Australia coach Justin Langer says playing cricket without fans in the stadiums is an option worth considering if it helped get the...

Public gathering should not exceed two people— Australian PM

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday that public gatherings should not exceed two people and Australians should go out only...

Australia declares “human biosecurity emergency”, warns coronavirus crisis could last six months

By Swati Pandey, Colin Packham Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday declared a “human biosecurity emergency” and said the...

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Scam: South African brothers vanish with $3.6 billion in Bitcoin

This is not the first time cryptocurrency scams are happening in South Africa. This comes just after last year’s collapse of another South African Bitcoin trader, Mirror Trading International.

Policeman shot by suspected kidnappers is buried in Ekiti

the late police inspector was survived by an 80-year old mother, Mrs Olubiyo Abiola, a young wife and four female children, who are all in primary schools.

CSOs blast NASS over embarrassing leaking roof, flood during sitting

“It would be helpful for the NASS to review maintenance expenditure budgets over years to see exactly why the complex has been so badly maintained that it now requires the level of refurbishment that is being contemplated.”

N895.8bn Supplementary Budget scales second reading in Senate

“It has become necessary to prepare the 2021 supplementary appropriation bill considering the urgent need to make provision for procurement and administration of COVID-19 vaccines.