What Aussies are ditching in droves

Australians are increasingly shunning private health insurance, particularly young generations as premiums climb. According to the latest Australian Prudential Regulation Authority data, the number of people aged 20 to 29 with hospital cover and general health insurance has dropped by 8 per cent and 5 per cent, respectively, over the past three years. To combat… Read More »

New partnership to support sustainable renewable energy in Southeast Asia

The Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership aims to help countries in the region transition from using fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy, in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change. The partnership aims to support sustainable energy transition in Southeast Asia while helping to create socio-economic opportunities. It will initially focus on Indonesia,… Read More »

SA virus cluster grows to 33 cases

South Australia has recorded two new COVID-19 infections linked to the state’s Parafield cluster. Saturday’s figures brings the state’s total number of cases to 561 since the pandemic began. The new cases, both of which have been isolating, bring the Parafield cluster to 33 cases. There are now 19 active case across South Australia. SA… Read More »

6 GHz unlicensed access to add $163.5 billion to Brazil economy, reveals Dynamic Spectrum Alliance

Washington D.C., USA, 25 November 2020: Over the next 10 years, the Brazilian economy will benefit from the allocation of unlicensed access to the 6 GHz band, according to a study published by the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) and Telecom Advisory Services LLC. The new study, titled “Assessing the economic value of unlicensed use in… Read More »