Ancient ‘terror crocodiles’ lived 82 million years ago and had teeth the size of bananas capable of taking down the largest dinosaurs

‘We actually have multiple examples of bite marks made by D. riograndensis and a species newly described in this study, D. schwimmeri, on turtle shells and dinosaur bones.’

Cambodia reports 15 new imported COVID-19 cases, 266 in total

Thirteen of the new cases were foreigners who arrived in Cambodia on Sunday from the Philippines via a direct flight, while the other two cases were Cambodian females who landed in the kingdom on Sunday from the United States via a connecting flight in China’s Taiwan region, the statement said.

Number of coronavirus cases in the world reaches 20 million as deaths hit 733,103

It comes as California’s top public health officer has resigned following data-collection failures that led to an undercount of coronavirus cases as the state was reporting a downward trend in Covid-19 infections, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Monday.

JobKeeper will be available for almost one million more Victorians before Christmas as Scott Morrison extends $16B lifeline to businesses crippled by stage four lockdown restrictions

Some 80 per cent of that will be lost in Victoria while the remainder will be lost in other states due to confidence and supply chain impacts, Mr Morrison said.   

58 Covid-19 deaths on average each day in July; city’s death rate remains at a high of 5.5 per cent as on July 31

Suresh Kakani, additional municipal commissioner, said the focus is to reduce the mortality rate. “We are now focusing more on increasing the RT-PCR testing at the community level, where our health experts will do door-to-door collection of swabs. We are trying to increase the RT-PCR testing from 6,000 to 8,500,” said Kakani.

Gov. Murphy Tightens Limits On Indoor Gatherings To Discourage House Parties As Coronavirus Spikes

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‘We keep getting told that everything is OK’: Fiery moment Daniel Andrews clashes with a journalist after being asked about a major flaw in Victoria’s coronavirus response

Victoria’s Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton has said it is conceivable that all Victoria’s second-wave cases arose from security employed at hotels unwittingly carrying the virus out of quarantine.  

GST pushes logistics, warehousing space take up to all-time high in 2018

warehousing absorption to an all-time high of over 24 million sq ft in 2018, recording a growth rate of over 40% compared to 2017, showed data from CBRE South Asia.Overall in 2018, Mumbai, followed by NCR, Bangalore and Chennai dominated leasing, accounting for more than 70% of the space take-up.The second half of 2018 has […]

Victoria suffers a record 19 deaths and 322 new coronavirus cases despite hope the crisis is ‘on a plateau’ and the curve is flattening after initial fears infections would soar to more than 1,000 a day

He said once the numbers drop to around 200 per day, which he expects stage four restrictions will achieve, then contact tracing teams will be less overwhelmed and the state will be able to keep the numbers down. 

Good news at last: Victoria’s COVID-19 crisis is ‘on a plateau’ despite fears daily infections would soar to over 1,000 this week – here’s why experts think the curve is flattening

He said once the numbers drop to around 200 per day, which he expects stage four restrictions will achieve, then contact tracing teams will be less overwhelmed and the state will be able to keep the numbers down.