Australia’s vaccine rollout has been propped up by doses manufactured in Britain rather than from factories in Europe as had been widely believed.
Once the hardest-hit country in Europe, the number of infections, hospitalisations and deaths in Britain has collapsed.
New data shows more than 75 per cent of coronavirus cases sequenced in Europe last month were found to be the more contagious Kent variant.
Doctors have warned vaccine scepticism in Europe is filtering through to vulnerable migrants and elderly Australians.
While Volkswagen describes Australia as “an automotive Third World”, the US, Britain, Europe and China are seizing the opportunities of the electric vehicle revolution.
Europe has made an expensive mistake by dropping the ball on vaccination while at the same time letting a third wave of COVID variants run rampant. It now wants to […]
As vaccine paralysis collides with an exploding third wave of COVID-19, European countries that rely on tourism are falling into deeper trouble.
The World Health Organisation urged countries to continue using the AstraZeneca vaccine despite reports of a small number of blood clotting cases, as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson received the […]
Miner Ok Tedi announced it was suspending its operations as Europe threatens to withhold vaccines and PNG teeters on the edge of a COVID-19 disaster.
European Commission President warns “all options are on the table” to boost the number of doses available to the continent’s 450 million citizens.
The European Medicines Agency says it is “firmly convinced” the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine far outweigh any risks.
Volkswagen is stepping up its game to become the world’s biggest electric-car maker with a plan to build six battery factories in Europe and global investments in charging stations.
International travellers may soon be able to enter China or travel around Europe without quarantine if they can prove they’re vaccinated.
We have no reason to complain about Europe blocking vaccine exports to Australia.
Alan Finkel is meeting senior international officials in Europe and Asia in a new diplomatic effort ahead of a trio of crunch climate change summits this year.
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Australia’s target of 4 million vaccinations by the end of March has been extended into April due to supply chain concerns.
The raids followed the shutdown of DarkMarket and the arrest in Europe of a 34-year-old Australian man accused of being a site administrator.
An army of more than 10,000 British medics and volunteers has already been recruited by the National Health Service to help deliver the vaccine to millions.
“Thank God,” 96-year-old Araceli Hidalgo said as she became the first person in Spain to be vaccinated. “Let’s see if we can make this virus go away.”
If Australia wants to win international respect it should promise more ambitious reductions, like many countries in Europe and Asia.
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Austria says efforts to coordinate the closing of European ski resorts are “exaggerated”, but Germany, Italy and France remember what happened last winter.
Caterpillar rucks have infiltrated southern hemisphere rugby from Europe. If World Rugby are searching for a solution to the problem, they should look no further than Will Genia.
Global markets remain in a balancing act between optimism about COVID-19 vaccines and concerns of surging infections and tighter lockdowns in the US and Europe.
Eleven months after after one of Europe’s biggest jewel heists, three people have been arrested in Berlin in connection to the ‘Green Vault’ robbery.
Australia continues on its path to COVID-normal while the US and Europe grapple with surging case numbers.