Defence suicide royal commission hears ADFA cadet accommodation is a ‘breeding ground’ for unnacceptable behaviour

Cadet accommodation at the Australian Defense Force Academy (ADFA) has been described as a breeding ground for unacceptable behaviour, at the Royal Commission into Defense and Veteran Suicide. key points: ADFA cadet accommodation was identified as a breeding ground for unacceptable behavior in 2014 But new accommodation will not be built until the 2030s due … Read more

Australia, Argentina, Poland advance

DOHA, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) — Australia, Argentina and Poland secured places in the FIFA World Cup round of 16 in Qatar on Wednesday as Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Denmark and Tunisia were eliminated. Mathew Leckie scored a superb second-half goal to fire Australia to a 1-0 win over Denmark as the Socceroos set up a clash … Read more

When Charles Barkley wouldn’t let Magic Johnson line up away from him on free throw line and chased him to ensure it

During his 16 years in the NBA, Charles Barkley had the chance to play against some of basketball’s greatest talents. Among the many Hall of Famers he’s squared off against is LA Lakers great Magic Johnson. Earlier this week, an old clip emerged of Charles Barkley facing off against Magic while he was a member … Read more

Australia vs. West Indies First Test Day 2 live scores, updates from Optus Stadium: Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith set to dominate

Welcome to’s live coverage of Day 2 of the opening Test of the summer against the West Indies. Australia sit in a commanding position against the tourists after the opening day of action at Optus Stadium – with the first ball of Day 2 scheduled to be bowled at 1:20pm AEDT on Thursday. Watch … Read more

Bus drivers could strike over Christmas

Commuters using public transport over the holiday period could face widespread disruption, with more than 1000 Adelaide bus drivers weighing up whether to strike over pay and conditions. Adelaide Metro buses in the CBD. Photo: InDaily The Transport Workers Union has applied and attained a Protected Action Ballot Order for the right to take industrial … Read more

Russian Crypto Mogul Dies In Chopper Crash; Latest In Growing List Of Mysterious Oligarchs’ Deaths

Russian billionaire Vyacheslav Taran, the co-founder of trading platforms Forex Club and Libertex, was killed in a helicopter crash in Southeast France, adding to the growing list of mysterious oligarchs’ deaths since Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. The 53-year-old Russian mogul had left Lausanne in Switzerland on Friday with a well-experienced 35-year-old pilot … Read more

NSW Police ordered to pay $1.5 million to former suspect in William Tyrrell disappearance

Washing machine repairman Bill Spedding will receive almost $1.5 million in compensation after suing NSW Police over their investigation into William Tyrrell’s disappearance. On Thursday, Justice Ian Harrison ordered the State of NSW to pay $1.48 million plus interest after police charged the 71-year-old with historical child sex allegations while searching for the three-year-old after … Read more

Chris Robshaw backs Eddie Jones to lead England into World Cup | ‘Right man’ for the job | Rugby Union News

Chris Robshaw believes that Eddie Jones is the “right man” to lead England into a Rugby World Cup year; Jones has come under fire after a disappointing Autumn Nations Series campaign Last Updated: 11/30/22 10:08pm Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Former England captain, Chris Robshaw has backed Eddie Jones to … Read more

RM aka Namjoon first album Indigo a tear-jerker; FIRST REVIEW leaves ARMY emotional

BTS leader RM aka Kim Namjoon fans are super excited. ARMY and everyone is waiting for Indigo that comes out tomorrow. The teaser of Wildflower was released last night. The gorgeous visuals have captivated everyone. Indigo has a starry line-up of guests. Some of the names include Colde, Tablo, Anderson Paak, Erykah Badu – a … Read more