Maine, USA, Land Use Regulatory Commission approves reconstruction of camps on protected Allagash River

Sunday, April 10, 2005The Maine Land Use Regulatory Commission (LURC) affirmed on April 6 its previous finding that two cabins on the Allagash River in northern Maine would be permitted to be rebuilt, the Bangor Daily News reports. The commission’s initial decision had been appealed; with this decision, the appeal is rejected. The construction is […]

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi killed in airstrike

Thursday, June 8, 2006 The head of al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, has been killed in an air strike on a building north of Baqubah city, according to the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. “Today [sic] Zarqawi has been terminated,” he said Thursday, and suggested the man the United States had placed a $25 […]

Category:Education

This is the category for Education. Refresh this list to see the latest articles. 25 May 2022: Attack at Texas elementary school kills at least 19, including 18 children 19 March 2022: Scientists announce decoy-proof Ebola antibodies 11 February 2022: Ten-year Tennessee study shows preschool associated with poorer student performance 29 October 2021: Northern Marianas […]

Illinois high schools now required to buy insurance for athletes

Tuesday, August 6, 2013 This past Sunday, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed into law a bill known as “Rocky’s Law” that requires Illinois high schools, through the local school district, to buy catastrophic injury insurance up to US$3 million or medical costs for up to five years, whichever one comes first, that covers student athletes. […]

No breakthrough in the WTO trade talks

Friday, July 29, 2005 Two days of ministerial talks have ended without agreement and evidence of a possible deadlock between developing and developed countries. 148 member countries are trying to reach a consensus on how to proceed with the Doha round of talks which are scheduled to be agreed in 2006. However, they are now […]

Australian governments to meet for first COAG meeting of 2006 today

Friday, February 10, 2006 The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) will meet in Canberra today for its first meeting of 2006. Members of COAG are the Prime Minister, State Premiers, Australian Capital and Northern Territory Chief Ministers, and the President of the Australian Local Government Association. COAG is chaired by the Prime Minister. On the […]

Wikinews interviews Mario J. Lucero and Isabel Ruiz of Heaven Sent Gaming

Friday, November 7, 2014Albuquerque, New Mexico —Online entertainment is a booming market, and plenty of players are making their play; back in March of this year The Walt Disney Company bought the multi-channel network Maker Studios. What is web entertainment, and the arts therein? And, who are the people venturing into this field? Wikinews interviewed […]

Airbus launches world’s largest passenger plane

Tuesday, January 18, 2005 Toulouse, FRANCE — In a ceremony attended by several European political leaders and 5,000 VIP guests, Airbus unveiled plans for the A380, a twin-deck aircraft that can carry up to 840 people in all-economy class (550 for a Boeing 747), or 555 people in typical three mixed classes layout. The new […]

Ransomware attack hits over 200 US companies, forces Swedish grocery chain to close

Monday, July 5, 2021 On Friday, a ransomware attack which initially targeted software company Kaseya spread to over 200 companies in the US through Kaseya’s network management software. Huntress Labs, a cybersecurity company, alleged the attack was carried out by REvil, a Russia-based ransomware group. Kaseya told its customers to stop using its services when […]