Americans are waiting longer to buy their first homes, have more debt and more often need family help to make the purchase amid a supply crunch that is pushing up prices, according to a new data released Friday.
Americans have more debt, need family help to buy homes: Report
Glasgow students are being encouraged to stay hydrated in school using refillable bottles and taps provided by a new partnership with Scottish Water.
Glasgow students ditch plastic cups, bottles for tap water in new campaign
Lions and other big cats are coming under increasing threat from an insatiable appetite for luxury products and trophies sold on the black market, conservationists warned.
Poachers target lion body parts in rising extinction threat
A ban on the export of waste glass, plastic, paper and tires will be phased in from mid next year after environment ministers agreed to a timetable for changes in the way Australia deals with recyclable material.
Waste export ban revealed by Australian environment ministers
Public hearings in New Zealand on abuse of young people in state and faith-based care have exposed a horrific history of neglect and exploitation as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern seeks to make the country the best place in the world to be a child.
New Zealand public hearings highlight dark history of child abuse
Singapore is pushing the shipping industry to use cleaner fuels such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) in a bid to reduce the city state’s carbon emissions, the Maritime and Port Authority’s (MPA) chief said on Friday.
Singapore pushes shipping industry to use cleaner fuels to reduce carbon emissions

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