A group of asylum-seekers – some of whom are Rohingya from Myanmar – have been found camped on a beach on Australia's remote Christmas Island, three days after their people-smuggling boat ran aground.
Quarto Products is set to resume deliveries this week, more than a month after it was shut down amid a Ministry of Commerce audit, and food and beverages worth an estimated K600 million were confiscated.
For years, we assumed Big Brother was watching – listening to phone calls, reading emails.
Colourful, interesting and designed to make students think – that’s what the new generation of school textbooks is going to look like. Starting in the 2014-15 academic year, schoolchildren from primary levels upwards will have access to new, higher-quality materials as part of the education department’s child-centred approach to teaching.
Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and members of the United Nationalities Federal Council have reached an agreement to work together to bring about the establishment of a federal system and federal union army, they told reporters last week.