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OPINION

Crisis in waste management

Oped, Editorial, Published on 09/04/2024

» The sight of our officials and ministers frantically searching for carcinogenic cadmium tailings is a reminder of how hopeless the state's toxic waste policy management has been. Without a major revamp, similar problems will only recur.

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WORLD

Pro-China accounts ‘using AI to inflame US opinion’

Published on 05/04/2024

» Chinese groups are using social media and artificial intelligence-generated images to stoke controversy in the United States during an election year and also gain insight into how Americans view divisive issues, according to a report by Microsoft.

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WORLD

Fukushima plant releasing more treated radioactive water

Kyodo News, Published on 28/02/2024

» TOKYO - The operator of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on Wednesday started a fourth release of treated radioactive water into the sea, in what will be the last discharge for the fiscal year ending March.

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THAILAND

Access improves to smoking cessation drug

Apinya Wipatayotin, Published on 04/02/2024

» A smoking cessation drug, Cytisine, has been included in Thailand's list of essential medicines. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) aims to make the drug accessible to all who need help quitting smoking, to cut the risk of lung cancer.

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OPINION

The danger of talking down immigration in Oz

News, Daniel Moss, Published on 11/01/2024

» Pre-pandemic Australia looks like hallowed ground that the contemporary economy will struggle to surpass. For local officials who aspire to take a crack at emulating a celebrated decades-long expansion, it's important not to downgrade a vital component that's become radioactive: immigration. The country's politicians are showing a worrying lapse in memory.

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WORLD

Thirteen dead in Japan after major quake topples buildings

Bloomberg News, Published on 02/01/2024

» TOKYO - At least 13 people were killed and scores injured in a powerful earthquake that hit off the Noto Peninsula on Japan’s northwest coast, toppling buildings, buckling roads and triggering a blaze that ripped through a city.

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THAILAND

Bad air, caves and elephants

News, Published on 30/12/2023

» Environmental beat yielded some very diverse stories in 2023.

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WORLD

Life of pain for toxic syrup survivors

Published on 23/12/2023

» JAKARTA - Devouring books from a young age, Sheena Almaera Maryam had been excited about her first day of kindergarten near Jakarta.

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WORLD

South Africa plans more nuclear power plants

Published on 12/12/2023

» CAPE TOWN - South Africa will start sounding out bidders for an extra 2,500 megawatts (MW) of nuclear power by March, as the country attempts to tackle its worst power outages on record.

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THAILAND

Udon Thani hospital gains nuclear safety accreditation

Post Reporters, Published on 01/12/2023

» Udonthani Cancer Hospital in the northeastern province of Udon Thani is the first medical facility under the Ministry of Public Health’s jurisdiction to pass accreditation by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), gaining international approval of the hospital’s nuclear safety standard.