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3 days ago
Jamaica's Rasheed Broadbell equalled Colin Jackson's 32-year-old Commonwealth Games record as he cruised to victory in the 110m hurdles on Thursday as Australia won a cycling road race double.
20 Jul
Super Falcons’ official malt drink, Amstel Malta Ultra, has commended the ‘gusty’ display by the Nigeria women’s team in their semifinal clash against Atlas Lionesses of Morocco at the ongoing Women’s Africa Cup
18 Jul
Following the successful pilot programme in East Africa, the new Partnership for Enhanced and Blended Learning (PEBL) in West Africa is set to further increase access to higher education in countries
4 Jul
Australia's emergency services ordered thousands of people in Sydney to evacuate Monday as overflowing rivers swamped swathes of land and the city's largest dam spilled torrents of water.
30 Jun
A new study shows politicians have a considerable survival advantage over the members of the public they represent in Parliament.
6 Jun
Australia's federal court ordered Google on Monday to pay more than $500,000 in damages to a politician after finding he had been defamed by a comedian's videos hosted on YouTube.
31 May
An international charitable organisation, the Support Initiative Africa (SIA), based in Australia, has lauded Nigeria’s Ambassador to Australia, Anderson Madubuike, describing him as an exceptional leader
25 May
Mrs. Rosie Glazebrook is the Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC). In this interview, she talks about efforts
1 May
Nigeria has signed an agreement with Cuba to implement actions on contract manufacturing, technology transfer, vaccine production, and commercialisation of the Cuban biopharmaceutical products in Nigeria.
24 Apr
Australia's defence minister on Sunday accused China of paying bribes to win international deals but refused to say if the corruption extended to Beijing's newly signed defence pact with the Solomon Islands. Peter Dutton made the remarks as his conservative government faced questions in the run-up to May 21 general elections about how China apparently…
7 Apr
Moscow on Thursday announced entry bans on the leaders of Australia and New Zealand in tit-for-tat measures after Canberra and Wellington imposed sanctions on Russia over its war in Ukraine.
5 Apr
Australian police on Tuesday recovered the bodies of a British man and his nine-year-old son, killed when a rockslide hit their family while walking in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney.

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Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka on Monday condemned a viral video on social media showing members of the Pyrates Confraternity mocking the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu during a procession. Soyinka in a statement said he was appalled at the lyrics of the song. In the video, the Pyrates’ members…
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A Sri Lankan court on Monday released on bail top leftist trade union leader Joseph Stalin, whose arrest had sparked international condemnation and widespread protests.
8 mins ago
The Kano State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) says flood has killed three persons and displaced 495 families in Ajingi Local Government Area of the state. The Executive Secretary, Kano SEMA, Dr Saleh Jili, disclosure this on Monday in Ajingi while distributing relief materials to the victims, including the families of the three deceased ones. Jili…
13 mins ago
The Kremlin on Monday accused Ukrainian forces of firing on the Zaporizhzhia atomic power plant, warning of potential "catastrophic consequences" for Europe.
21 mins ago
African superstars and former Liverpool teammates Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane scored at the weekend as new league seasons dawned in Europe.