Friday, January 21, 2022

Great Barrier Reef’s survival relies on reducing warming

Brisbane, March 16 Australia's Great Barrier Reef can be saved only if urgent steps are taken to reduce global warming, a new research revealed on Thursday.

Probiotics daily? Watch out for impaired memory

Sydney, March 15 Daily dose of probiotics -- live bacteria and yeasts -- well known to be good for the digestive system, may however, be less effective when taken alongside a balanced diet and impair certain aspects of memory, suggests a research.

Siddle itching to make comeback

Sydney, March 12 Australian pacer Peter Siddle is confident of braving a lingering injury and making his way back to the Australian team.

Adele halts performance after fan suffers heart attack

Sydney, March 11 Grammy winning singer Adele stopped her concert in between after a fan collapsed after a cardiac arrest.

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching worsens

Canberra, March 10 The coral bleaching situation in Australia's Great Barrier Reef has worsened due to widespread damages caused by warmer ocean temperatures, a media report said on Friday.

Stoinis gets Australia call for remaining Tests vs India

Sydney, March 9 Australia's uncapped all-rounder Marcus Stoinis was on Thursday named as a replacement for Mitchell Marsh, who was ruled out of the remainder of the four-match Test rubber in India.

Australian who impersonated Justin Bieber accused of paedophilia

Brisbane, March 9 An Australian law professor has been charged with over 900 sex offences against children after he posed as Justin Bieber online and asked for explicit photos from fans on social media, the police said on Thursday.

Fake Indian ‘doctor’ on the run in Australia

Sydney, March 9 An Indian man who moved to Australia after stealing the identity of a doctor, was on the run from authorities on Thursday after being caught out as a fake medical practitioner.

Neanderthals had complex vegetarian diets Australian research

Canberra, March 9 Neanderthals have been revealed to have had complex vegetarian diets, while some also used plant-based medicines to treat illnesses, an Australian research revealed on Thursday.

‘Clean’ coal won’t be viable until 2030 Report

Sydney, March 9 Clean coal technologies will not be commercially viable until at least 2030, an Australian report revealed on Thursday.