MULTIPLE BENEFITS: A committee said Taiwan’s presence in the trading bloc would boost Australia’s economy, while attaching conditions to China’s application to join. Editor, with CNA, Sydney An Australian parliamentary committee has voiced support for Taiwan’s bid to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) trade bloc, while alsoRead More →

Elsewhere in entertainment, events and the arts this weekend: EXHIBITIONS: fit together Opening of the Arkansas Historical Museum, 200 E. Second St., Little Rock “Dovetails / We Adapt” Friday in the museum’s Trinity Gallery. The exhibit is a partnership with carpentry students from the Applied Design program at the UniversityRead More →

Cardano is one of the fastest growing blockchain projects. Since its inception, the project has created a strong community and gained noticeable attraction. The blockchain does not slow down its pace and continues to integrate important features to develop further. Recently, Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), the company behind theRead More →

LEWISTON — According to a study by a University of Idaho graduate student, anglers are more likely to catch hatcheries than wild rainbow trout in the Snake River Basin. The student, guided by a professor from the Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, documented catch-and-release mortality rates were belowRead More →

DUBAI – The world’s largest known cut diamond has gone on public display ahead of its sale when it is expected to fetch five million dollars. The Enigma, named after the rare carbanado black diamond, was exhibited in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The diamond is believed to have been createdRead More →

“The question of patriotism is not learned simply by walking on the ground and carrying a gun,” says Save Our Schools Network MANILA, Philippines — Groups have denounced Vice Presidential aspirant Sara Duterte’s suggestion to make military service compulsory for Filipinos once they turn 18. “Vice-presidential candidate Mayor Sara DuterteRead More →

Bandera Electric Cooperative is committed to helping kids keep their farming dreams alive by donating $3,000 to each of the Junior Livestock Shows in Bandera, Kendall and Real County. Junior Breeding Shows introduce youngsters to competition, sportsmanship and teach valuable life lessons about resilience and perseverance. Children from surrounding countiesRead More →

LEWISTON — According to a study by a University of Idaho graduate student, anglers are more likely to catch hatcheries than wild rainbow trout in the Snake River Basin. The student, guided by a professor from the Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, documented catch-and-release mortality rates were belowRead More →

There have never been so many places where audiences can consume content and discover great stories, and the exceptional growth in television prove. The development of streaming services and niche channels has allowed television to take more risks than ever before and embrace genres of storytelling it seemed impossible before.Read More →