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

EPL clubs watching as $35m beast delivers ‘one of greatest ever Socceroos performances’

Harry Souttar’s Championship club reportedly put a $A35 million price tag on his head before he was cruelly cut down by an ACL injury last year. That estimation is set to skyrocket after an individual performance rated by his peers as one of the greatest ever seen in a Socceroos shirt. The 198cm Stoke City … Read more

FIFA World Cup in Qatar updates and results

The Socceroos’ World Cup hopes are well and truly alive after a heart-stopping victory against Tunisia on Saturday night. In a game that had Australian fans on the edge of their seats, the Socceroos recorded the 1-0 victory as they held Tunisia off in the dying stages. The Socceroos’ path to the knockout stages was … Read more

Australian Soccer Fans Celebrate as Team Score During World Cup Victory Over Tunisia

Australian soccer fans celebrated their national team’s World Cup victory over Tunisia in Melbourne’s Federation Square, video taken on November 26 shows. Footage posted on Instagram by Caroline Barra shows fans cheering and holding lit red flares in the square moments after Australian striker Mitch Duke scored the only goal of the match in the … Read more

‘Hope always defeats hate’: Dan celebrates victory

Daniel Andrews has won a historic third term, putting him on track to become Victoria’s second longest-serving Premier. Mr Andrews on Saturday night promised to govern for all Victorians, as Labor looked to form a clear majority government, with MPs and party figures hailing the result as better than expected. “Leadership isn’t about doing what’s … Read more

Grafton tips: Midnight Gun aiming for hat-trick

Trainer Stirling Osland is playing down any hype that has built up around former Queensland resident Midnight Gun who charges in from Armidale to Grafton on a hat-trick on Sunday. The lightly-raced five-year-old has been nothing short of a revelation since he crossed the border. Midnight Gun was beaten by a total of 20 lengths … Read more