Mining operations continue while more than 500 tonnes of fuel oil remain on board MV Solomon Trader, almost a month after it ran aground
The environmental damage from an oil spill in the Solomon Islands has been worsened by a bauxite mining company’s continued loading operations near the site where a $30m bulk carrier went aground last month.
Wade Robson, one of two accusers in Leaving Neverland documentary, says he was abused by star as a child
The Australian dance choreographer Wade Robson has alleged in a US TV interview how a “magical” first visit to Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch as a seven-year-old boy led to the pop star sexually abusing him.
The so-called Camp fire killed 85 people and destroyed an entire town last year
The bankrupt Pacific Gas & Electric inched closer to taking responsibility for the deadliest US wildfire in a century, saying Thursday it was “probable” that one of its transmission lines sparked the blaze last year that killed 85 people and destroyed most of the city of Paradise.
The embattled utility company, which filed for bankruptcy protection in January, said it was taking a $10.5bn charge for claims connected to the so-called Camp fire in its fourth quarter earnings. The fire destroyed 14,000 homes in and around Paradise, a city of 27,000 people in the Sierra Nevada foothills.