We’ve got bad news about 2023

One of the world’s biggest banks has heralded disaster for 2023 as governments battle to stem the rapidly rising inflation tide. Deutsche Bank highlighted a number of concerns putting the global economy under pressure, including “very tight labour markets” and ongoing supply chain issues initially sparked by pandemic restrictions. “Wage and price inflation in the … Read more

Question from Iran journalist that ‘ruined’ Graham Arnold’s day

If Graham Arnold was nervous before the biggest football game in his coaching career, he sure wasn’t showing it. The Socceroos boss fronted the media the day before Australia’s game against Denmark in the final group game in Qatar. For Australia, the equation is fairly simple – win and it’s guaranteed a spot in the … Read more

‘Significant demand’: Coles responds to cost of living crisis

Coles will donate 5000 hams and help feed thousands of Australians as new research shows two-thirds of families are worried about covering the cost of Christmas this year. As the cost-of-living crisis deepens, Coles will launch its annual Christmas Appeal on Wednesday to support food charity SecondBite. Coles launches 60-minute ‘click and collect’ service as … Read more

‘Off and running’: Major call on star Aussie

There was only one player being stopped, by other players, for photos around the packed practice green at Victoria Golf Club on Tuesday. Minjee Lee’s presence looms large over the first ever dual-gender Australian Open and the world No.5 posed for a few excited fellow pros as an acknowledgment of her star-status which may not … Read more

Barnsey reveals shock health news, cancels shows

Australian rock royalty Jimmy Barnes has to commit personal sacrilege, announcing a break from summer touring due to his health. He said after almost a half-century of “jumping off PAs and stomping around stages”, his back and hip have given in. “I’ve had niggling back and hip issues for years, but things suddenly got a … Read more

Telling graph completely exposes lockdowns

Serious holes have been poked in the world’s response to the pandemic, with Sweden emerging atop a telling list of nations least affected by Covid-19. In a list of countries studied by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the Scandinavian nation ranked lowest for overall cumulative excess deaths from 2020-22 at 6.8 per cent, … Read more

Mars, Snickers to receive $2.5m change

Confectionary manufacturer Mars Wrigley has invested $2.5 million to transform some of its most popular chocolates, including Snickers and Milky Way. The company revealed all its chocolate bars would be moved into a new paper-based packaging that can be recycled at traditional kerbside recycling. First up will be Mars Bars, Snickers and Milky Ways which … Read more

Mega Cyber Monday deals launch

Officially kicking off today, the Cyber Monday sales are widely regarded as some of the biggest and best discounts you’ll see all year. And this time round, you can save up to 80 per cent off some of the most-wanted items. Keep on scrolling to see our curated list of all the very best Cyber … Read more

Motorcyclist left among rubbish after crash

A Melbourne man is fighting for life in hospital after he was found on a nature strip among rubbish bins following a motorbike accident on Sunday night. Witnesses found the 36-year-old man where he had “come to rest” after being thrown from his bike, a Victoria Police spokeswoman said. The rider was approaching the intersection … Read more

Daniel Ricciardo reveals F1 fear behind decision to step away

Daniel Ricciardo is floating in the Formula 1 wilderness after the 2022 season came to an end. The West Australian won’t be lining up on the grid in 2023 after refusing to join a team further down the grid. Instead the man known as the “honey badger” has returned to his old stomping ground at … Read more