Day: November 13, 2022

Overseas

Brisbane man arrested after ‘long siege’

A 39-year-old man allegedly forced his way into a home armed with a sledgehammer in Spring Hill. When police arrived at the scene, they allegedly barricaded themselves in a room leading to a long siege that lasted about 10 hours. The man was arrested at around 2.00 this morning and charged with two crimes of […]

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Life & style

Hotdogging along PCH in the West Coast Wienermobile

It was just another Wednesday for Abbey Rank and Keila Garza. They waited at 5 a.m. in a Downey hotel room and put on their work clothes: a yellow polo shirt, a red jacket emblazoned with “Keep It Oscar,” an embroidered black apron and the matching fanny packs they call “Bologna bags.” Before dawn, they […]

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Overseas

VIDEO : Activists protest Coca-Cola’s COP27 sponsorship at the Egyptian Museum in Barcelona

Members of the Spanish environmental activism group Futuro Vegetal threw fake blood and oil at exhibits at the Egyptian Museum in Barcelona. They say they denounce the “inaction” of governments gathered for the COP27 talks in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. The man and woman sprayed the cage with fake oil, then the walls with fake blood, […]

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Gadgets & technology

Weather: The Bureau of Meteorology warns of more flooding in parts of Australia as heat wave hits Queensland

Australians are in for a wild start to the week as flooding threatens parts of the country while other areas are hit by a heatwave. Residents of New South Wales and Victoria are being warned to remain alert as flooding continues in some parts despite the cancellation of severe thunderstorm warnings. The Bureau of Meteorology […]

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Health

SA has 38,797 active cases of Covid-19

South Africa currently has 38,797 active cases of Covid-19, out of a total of 3,785,398 confirmed cases and 3,646,241 total recoveries. The country has identified 4,954 new cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours. This increase represents a positivity rate of 22.5%, as announced this Friday by the National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD), […]

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Life & style

Ueno Station has signs that display ambient sounds such as onomatopoeia for deaf passengers

Train stations in Japan can be chaotic places filled with rushing machinery, clanging bells and a constant stream of announcements. In no city is this more common than the metropolis of Tokyo, where commuting can be especially daunting for the city’s many differently abled people, such as the deaf and hard of hearing. And to […]

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Overseas

The Colorado Republican crossed Trump and lost the race but kept his dignity

The disappointment of Tuesday’s midterm elections, which turned out to be more of a red trickle than a crimson tide, had a spine-hardening effect on Republicans. Suddenly, they no longer cower before the fear of the MAGALómano ex-president or shrink from the petulant thunderbolts that Donald Trump throws from his Mar-a-Lago bunker. Shattering decency, inviting […]

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Business

Five tips for a strong financial position this summer

While everyone is getting back to jogging, cycling and fitness, it’s also important to stay financially secure this summer, as economists don’t expect rising interest rates and price hikes to go away anytime soon. Neven Narayanasamy, Head of Product at DirectAxis, said now is a good time to consider your financial position given the financial […]

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Life & style

Courtney Act’s Play School appearance is not ready, Senator Alex Antic | The Canberra Times

Shh, nobody tell Senator Alex Antic that Jemima has been wearing a jumpsuit since 1966. Sure, there were the occasional day when she dressed up in ballet flats and pretty dresses, but for the most part when Jemima kept those bears in line (bears ). , who, mind you, spent the better part of 55 […]

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Overseas

Explosion on pedestrian avenue in Istanbul; reported deaths

An explosion on Istanbul’s popular pedestrian Istiklal Avenue on Sunday left people dead and injured, a senior official said. Governor of Istanbul. Ali Yerlikaya tweeted that the explosion happened at about 16:20 (1320 GMT) and that there were dead and injured, but did not say how many. The cause of the explosion was unclear. Turkey’s […]

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