So the government has given marginal seats sports grants. What’s next?

When Australians pay their income tax, they assume that the money goes to areas of the community that need it, rather than being used by the government for the next election to... Read more »

Renewable energy hydrogen storage system, Public housing buildings in Sweden to benefit.

Clean energy initiatives enable renewable energy to operate throughout the year. Six public housing buildings in Vårgårda in south-western Sweden will benefit from renewable-energy hydrogen storage. The building will run by renewable... Read more »

Tokyo Game Show held to create awareness about High-speed 5G technology.

All the people interested including the business officials went to the Tokyo Game Show to monitor how 5G mobile data networks that provide extremely fast speeds, will change the gaming adventure advanced... Read more »

Industrial robot imports from Japan is becoming increasingly costly for China amidst US-China trade war

The industrial robot industry of Japan has also become one of the sufferers of the trade spat between China and the United States, reflecting just how connected the global supply chain of... Read more »

A change in the UK’s global educational policies

Was this week a turning point for UK? Permission granted to reestablish study work rights has somehow been proven beneficial for the country as it has helped the country meet global standards... Read more »

Lucid Group and HealthCare21 reaching the heights of success.

A healthcare advisory with offices in Dubai, North West of England, and Singapore has been purchased by LDC-supported healthcare communication expert Lucid Group. HealthCare21 has been manufacturing healthcare components and programs for... Read more »

North Korea expected to have its 2nd Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference.

According to the news revealed by event organizers from the Korean Friendship Association (KFA), North Korea is expected to have its 2nd Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference by February 2020 as part... Read more »

Red Cross puts efforts for helping Hurricane Dorian victims

In light of the tropical storm that has assaulted the Bahamas; the Singapore Red Cross (SRC) will contribute US$10,000 in alleviation supplies to help the crisis help activities of the Red Cross... Read more »

Govt. drops the work visa restrictions after studies

Joined Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday divulged another post-study work visa enabling worldwide understudies to work in the UK for a long time after graduation. The move inverts the dubious... Read more »