“Especially to our older Australians, the older people, if you’re over 70, you shouldn’t leave home at all,” she said. “I know this is difficult and I appreciate that for some parts of the day, people might want to get out and exercise. That is OK, so long as you don’t come into contact with […]
‘All of us have to assume that we have it, so we make sure we exercise precaution at every turn. This is the best way we can contain the spread and the best way we can have some comfort that there won’t be stricter conditions that people will find very difficult to live with.’
“Soph promised she would replace them, and told me not to worry. But to my utter horror, I came home again the next day to find a share pack of bloody Snack O’ Jacks looking at me from the cupboard”.
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‘We understand some people have had a very stressful time trying to get back home and we want to consider their position, but we also need to consider the health and safety of eight million residents in NSW and also more broadly, 25million people in Australia.’
Launching into an interview with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg following today’s massive $130 billion support package announcement for businesses and employees, the Channel 9 TV personality became slightly flustered as she suffered a small technically difficulty which saw the television screen behind her switch to a different channel.
Local stocks had rocketed in the final minutes of trade on Wednesday after US politicians finally reached a deal – yet to be passed – on a $A3.3 trillion stimulus measure to shore up the world’s biggest economy.
Swinn also expressed a desire from the judging panel for “more representations of otherness and diversity from publishers; narratives from outside Australia, from and featuring women of colour, LGBTQIA stories, Indigenous stories, more subversion, more difference”.
A generous Liberal party donor, a practising Catholic and one of Australia’s wealthiest men, with stakes in businesses from Polish breweries to remote cattle stations, Myers became chancellor of the university at the beginning of 2017. As a QC, Myers has represented figures such as Kerry Stokes, Alan Bond, Gina Rinehart and Andrew “Twiggy” Forrest. […]
A friend had roped me into the position – pitching it to me as an easygoing “glorified babysitting” gig. It was only on arrival that I discovered the situation was a little more complex than that: the man’s daughter suspected his wife was trying to kill him. I was expected to spy on her and […]