Some 43% of projects funded under the controversial $100m sports grant program overseen by Bridget McKenzie – 290 in total – were ineligible when agreements were signed, according to officials from the
What we are seeing across conservative governments in Australia and the USA is a meeting of minds – feeble minds perhaps but a meeting nonetheless. It is a situation where governments are viewed as above
Earlier this month, Norway’s saw its warmest day on record. At a time when temperatures would normally be below freezing, the Western part of the country reported temperatures up to 19C. Now, the lack
The Coalition’s controversial sports grants scheme awarded $500,000 to an upmarket, Liberal-linked Perth tennis club boasting “million dollar views”, and $190,000 to a golf club in the Adelaide Hills wanted
Unprecedented bushfires have sparked health concerns for Australia’s most vulnerable populations, but proper education and adequate policies may help the public to cope better, according to the Public
Please, no more foams or drizzles or jellies or glazes or froths or lollipops or sous-vide meat or powdered vegetables. Just flavours that are clean, fresh and distinct, the TV cook Prue Leith has implored.
The nuclear meltdown killed most animals in the area, but now nature is thriving. Reactor number four of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant suffered an explosion during a technical test on April 26, 1986.
OSLO (Reuters) - On the outskirts of Oslo, a row of Fiat 500es imported from California stand parked in the snow outside the Buddy Electric dealership, part of a global flow of pre-owned electric cars
Listen To This Eddie is a weekly column that examines the important people and events in the classic rock canon and how they continue to impact the world of popular music. Shortly after the death of drummer
After several years in the works, the National's all-star Grateful Dead tribute was finally announced last week. Day of the Dead, a 59-track, six-hour box set, is out May 20 via 4AD. It'll benefit Red