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Love it or hate it. I can’t think of another fruit or dish that offers the same level of creaminess and satisfaction upon consumption. Okay, wagyu beef and foie gras are also top on the list of absolutely heavenly foods, but that’s for another story. Our love for durians and all things durian is something Singaporeans, and Malaysians grew up with. In the spirit of camaraderie, did you know fresh durians and other durian-related products (There's even a durian card game if you are interested!) are available on Shopee, Lazada and Amazon?
If you are on Team Durian like myself, here’s a list all things durian; from fresh durians, durian mochi, durian kueh lapis, durian coffee powder, durian dried fruit, durian biscuits, and durian popcorn we think you should try. As you must be aware, fresh durian supply is on a day-to-day basis and while stocks last, so cart it out right now! Heck, get more than 1 box. You don’t want to leave out any of your family members, do you?
Residents in southwest Sydney have been charged hundreds of dollars to receive the Pfizer vaccine, despite government rules that it should be free.A GP clinic in Campsie has been charging for consultations and registration before administering the vaccine.
A complete redesign of Australia's energy system is needed to ensure ageing coal-fired power generation can be safely and smoothly replaced by renewables.That's the advice presented to federal and state ministers by the Energy Security Board on Wednesday, as large and small-scale renewable generation accelerates across the country.
A nine-member Taliban delegation is on a two-day visit to China where they have met the foreign minister for talks on the peace process and security issues, the group says."Politics, economy and issues related to the security of both countries and the current situation of Afghanistan and the peace process were discussed in the meetings," Taliban spokesperson Mohammed Naeem tweeted on Wednesday.
NSW parliament will likely not sit in August due to Sydney's lockdown and the potential of regional MPs seeding coronavirus in their communities.Speaker of the Lower House Jonathan O'Dea on Tuesday agreed to postpone August sitting dates after a request from Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
Josh Addo-Carr wants to push ahead with plans to send an Indigenous side to Rugby League's World Cup as the tournament's future hangs in the balance.Another meeting on the tournament's future is set to be held on Wednesday night in England, where it's expected government officials will push ahead for it to be played.
A day after inking a five-year deal to keep him at Melbourne to the end of 2026, Storm players have spoken of the influence, character and longstanding impact coach Craig Bellamy has brought to the club.Bellamy, a three-time premiership-winning coach, has shared an unprecedented amount of success at the Storm since 2003, maintaining the franchise as a powerhouse of the NRL during his tenure.
Armenia says three of its soldiers have been killed in an exchange of gunfire with Azerbaijan and the Interfax news agency reports that Baku had later accepted a Russian ceasefire proposal to try to calm tensions.Armenia's defence ministry said in a statement that Azeri forces had attacked Armenian positions near the border between the two countries.
The US government will ship nearly 10 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to two of the most populous African countries - Nigeria and South Africa - as the continent battles a third wave of infections, White House officials say.Four million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine will go to Nigeria and 5.
Five children of a family have been killed in a rain-triggered landslide in the southeastern Bangladeshi district of Cox's Bazar, police say.Officer Hafizur Rahman said rescuers found the bodies of three boys and two girls, all from the same family and aged between 16 and 5, beneath the mud that buried their tin-roofed home beside a small mountain in the early hours in Teknaf sub-district.
AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot did not increase the instances of rare blood clots with low platelets in people after the second dose, a study shows, potentially easing some worries over the vaccine's side-effects.Data published in the Lancet medical journal found that the estimated rate of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) after the second dose of the vaccine was 2.
Supermarket giant Coles says the rate of work exploitation complaints in its supply chain has dropped to almost zero over the past year.A Senate inquiry is looking into temporary visa workers, many of whom work in the horticulture industry which is a major supplier to supermarkets.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS:* NSW recorded 177 new COVID-19 cases and a death on Wednesday, as Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed lockdown will be extended until at least August 28 for Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour.* Some restrictions have changed, including the introduction of a singles bubble for those who live alone, and the return of HSC students to the classroom on August 16.
Australian featherweight Skye Nicolson will continue her push towards a breakthrough Olympic boxing gold on Wednesday after compatriots Caitlin Parker and Paulo Aokuso both lost in the round of 16.Aokuso was pipped in the tightest of light heavyweight contests with Gazimagomed Jalidov Gafurova, the Spaniard convincing three of the five judges enough to progress to the quarter-finals.
Myanmar's military ruler is looking for greater cooperation with the international community to contain the coronavirus, state media reports, as the Southeast Asian country struggles with a surging wave of infections.Senior General Min Aung Hlaing called in a speech for more cooperation on prevention, control and treatment of COVID-19, including with fellow members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and "friendly countries", the Global New Light of Myanmar reported on Wednesday.
Australian shooters Laetisha Scanlan and Penny Smith are both well placed to advance to the women's trap final at the Tokyo Olympics, having started qualifying with a bang.Scanlan is fifth on the leaderboard after hitting 73 of 75 targets across Wednesday's three rounds, while sixth-placed Smith closed with a faultless round while bringing down a total of 72 targets.
North and South Korea are in talks to reopen a joint liaison office that Pyongyang demolished last year and hold a summit as part of efforts to restore relations, three South Korean government sources say.South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have been exploring ways to improve strained ties by exchanging multiple letters since April, the sources said on condition of anonymity due to diplomatic sensitivity.