Love Island Finn’s 6-hour race against time to lock down with Paige Turley

The hunk added: “It’s great to be with Paige. Obviously we’re so used to it so it would be quite difficult to be away from each other for so long. And I think she likes that I’m here. I hope that she’s happy.”

Vietnam’s largest island Phu Quoc struggles to search for new dumping site

Waste reduces Phu Quoc’s attractiveness to the Japanese Many tour operators operating in the Japanese market have expressed interest in taking their customers to Phu Quoc Island due to its beauty but have voiced concern over the pollution there.  

25 Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Pacific Palisades As Of Friday

New evidence suggests that there may be a “significant number of people infected with COVID-19 who are asymptomatic and capable of spreading the virus to others,” the Los Angeles County Public Health Department news release said. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti urged Angelenos to wear makeshift masks while in public in an attempt to slow […]

New Guinea villagers unearth evidence of the island’s Neolithic past

Until recently, archaeologists didn’t think New Guinea had developed its own Neolithic culture. Instead, many researchers thought all the trappings of Neolithic village life had arrived around 3,200 years ago with the Lapita, a group of seafaring farmers who came to the island from Southeast Asia. That’s because the few Neolithic artifacts that could be […]

Cyclone Harold tears through Vanuatu, bears toward Fiji

The alert was in force for islands further south including Lomaiviti and the Southern Lau Group. A strong wind warning and damaging heavy swell warnings are in place for the country. Fiji’s meteorological bureau also warned of the risk of flash floods.

Cyclone Harold in Vanuatu destroys buildings, raises coronavirus fears

The havoc wreaked by the storm may also spell disaster for Vanuatu’s desire to remain one of the few nations in the world not yet to have a confirmed case ofCOVID-19. Social distancing measures were lifted to get people to shelters but international aid may be necessary to rehouse and feed those affected.

5 things to know for April 7: Coronavirus, elections, health, terrorism, Pell case

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in intensive care after being admitted to the hospital with worsening coronavirus symptoms. The 55-year-old PM has deputized Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to fill in for leadership duties when necessary. Across the world, most of Japan has entered a state of emergency today, which will last for a month. Prime Minister Shinzo […]

Fired Captain Crozier of the USS Theodore Roosevelt is facing disciplinary action for raising virus alarm says Navy chief – despite huge backlash at his removal amid thunderous goodbye from his loyal crew

But the Navy’s claims are being treated with skepticism by at least one parent of a sailor on board the Roosevelt, who told Foreign Policy that hundreds of troops were being quarantined and checked for high temperatures and that the military was not doing enough to keep them safe at the time the letter was […]

Virus-hit Carnival cruise ship docks in Australia as country’s death toll hits 40

An investigation into Ruby Princess protocols will focus on communications and actions that led to the docking and disembarking of the ship’s 2,700 passengers on March 19 at Sydney Harbour to see whether biosecurity laws or state laws were broken, authorities said.

Shark bites off tourist’s foot, mauls another at Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

They were brought 7 miles by boat to the mainland town of Airlie Beach, where paramedics were waiting for them, Queensland state Ambulance Service spokeswoman Mel Mangan said. They were then flown by helicopter south to a hospital in the city of Mackay in serious but stable condition, RACQ CQ Rescue said.