Australia retail sales jump in March - preliminary data
The Fortescue share price is falling today after its Chair, Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest, lambasted the fossil fuels industry in an interview with ABC program 7:30. The post Fortescue share price falls as Twiggy calls fossil fuels ‘most dangerous industry in the world’ appeared first on The Motley Fool Australia.
The Walkabout Resources Ltd (ASX: WKT) share price has tanked 12% in morning trade after the company announced a management reshuffle. The post Why the Walkabout (ASX:WKT) share price is dropping 12% appeared first on The Motley Fool Australia.
China’s tech giants are shifting slowly toward using more clean electricity to power their energy-hungry operations, Greenpeace found in its second review of the industry.
California regulators proposed a number of remedies and penalties for the state’s three investor-owned utilities as the companies failed to protect public safety during 2019 power shutoffs designed to prevent live wires from starting wildfires
'Justice served' - Sports world reacts after guilty verdict in US murder case that sparked protests, activism
US athletes, teams and leagues reacted after a jury found a former police officer guilty in the murder of George Floyd.
Maharashtra has been avoiding a complete lockdown since February when the spike started, but now with the number of daily infections not going down, the Cabinet is in favour of a longer and stricter lockdown.
The bench also said that immediate action needs to be taken by the Centre to ramp up testing by simplifying the process.
Watford on the brink of promotion after beating Norwich
WTA roundup: Fiona Ferro scores upset win in Istanbul
The Arab League, United Nations, European Union and the African Union on Tuesday demanded an immediate withdrawal of all foreign forces from Libya. In a statement after a videoconference by its leaders, the so-called "Libya Quartet" demanded "full compliance with the arms embargo and the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all foreign forces and mercenaries from the entirety of Libya's territory."
Sisodia's comments came amid concerns regarding the rate at which hospital beds are getting occupied in the city.
The Vulcan Energy Resources Ltd (ASX: VUL) share price is on the slide after the company announced plans to spin-off non-core assets. The post Vulcan Energy (ASX:VUL) share price slumps amid asset spin-off appeared first on The Motley Fool Australia.