America facing Ketchup shortage due to COVID-19 Pandemic

America facing Ketchup shortage due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Reportedly, the COVID-19 Pandemic is causing a nationwide ketchup shortage. Restaurants around America are ‘scambling’ to get ahold of tomato sauce. Due to the demand for ditching shared bottles due to health measures, the ramping up of packets and other single-use containers have become more popular. Since January last year,...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signs law allowing two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin signs law allowing two more terms

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday that will allow for him to probably hold two more years of power to 2036. It ends a year-long process to reset presidential terms, rewriting the constitution with a constitutional vote that includes a provision to reset prior term limits. The...

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Quarantine-free travel to start between New Zealand and Australia on April 19

Quarantine-free travel to start between New Zealand and Australia on April 19

New Zealand and Australia’s borders will open without quarantine measures over the COVID-19 Pandemic from Monday, April 19. Cabinet finalised a meeting on Tuesday afternoon discussing that the Trans-Tasman bubble will be reopened after being closed for at least a year. Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield had brought up...

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Johnson & Johnson halts Vaccine rollout after millions of doses ruined

Johnson & Johnson halts Vaccine rollout after millions of doses ruined

Vaccine manufacturer Johnson & Johnson halted all future shipments of their Vaccine doses after around 15 million shots were ruined because of a mistake by workers at their Emergent BioSolutions’ Baltimore plant. Emergent BioSolutions’ is also a partner with AstraZeneca, who also makes Vaccines. Regulators were forced to delay authorization...

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Japanese Coast Guard claims North Korea launched ballistic missile

Japanese Coast Guard claims North Korea launched ballistic missile

The Japanese Coast Guard has made a statement that North Korea could have fired a ballistic missile. The missile was fired on Thursday according to the Coast Guard. It will be the first ballistic firing from the dictatorship-run country within the past year. A tweet published from the official Prime...

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Oceans under threat ‘like never before’ – United Nations

Oceans under threat ‘like never before’ – United Nations

Oceans are under threat, and United Nations weather experts believe the cause is due to Climate Change. Following last years Atlantic hurricane season, the seas have become warmer, which has filed intense tropical cyclones in the Indian and South Pacific Oceans according to the World Meteorological Organization. WMO Secretary-General, Professor...

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Australian Council bans the use of 1080 poison

Australian Council bans the use of 1080 poison

Australia’s Blue Mountains City Council put a stop to the use of 1080 poison for good. A vote was made in favour that the organisation does not use 1080 poison as part of pest control processes and techniques. It encouraged other agencies to do the same. To rule out its...

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World’s first ‘5G powered’ Tattoo – video

World’s first ‘5G powered’ Tattoo – video

The first-ever remote tattoo has become a reality. It is called the ‘impossible tattoo’ by T-Mobile Netherlands. A fresh glimpse at new possibilities will offer and enable the future to prosper. With a low-latency of T-Mobile’s 5G network, it allowed for someone to be tattooed remotely in real-time over a...

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Odd Monolith Tower appears near Area 51

Odd Monolith Tower appears near Area 51

A brand new discovery was made near Area 51 in Nevada, America. The triangular-shaped monolith appears to look modern, lying on a circular foundation. Measurements taken on the tower using maps gives an estimate of 330 feet tall. Source: CC/ SUPPLIED Source: CC/ SUPPLIED First sightings date back to July...

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Air New Zealand Resumes Quarantine-free flights to Australia

Air New Zealand Resumes Quarantine-free flights to Australia

Air New Zealand will resume their flights to Sydney and Melbourne in Australia. Quarantine-free flights to Brisbane remain suspended until March 20, however. Leanne Geraghty, Air New Zealand’s Chief Customer and Sales Officer, says the operations will continue with three services from Auckland-Sydney and two from Auckland-Melbourne. “We’ll be resuming...

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