Big Four banks casting a dangerous shadow

Dale Webster exposes the Big Four retreat from regional Australia, leaving cashed-up and bankless towns watching their money go round and round. CASTERTON, GRENFELL, Home Hill, Nathalia and Toukley. Five Australian towns that were, until recently, set apart by one dubious achievement shared by no others: they had all lost a full hand of the … Read more

Oscars 2022: How to watch in Australia, what time, red carpet

Revealing gowns, shirtless actors, intimate PDAs – this year’s Oscars got off to a surprisingly loose start. Follow our live coverage. Oscars day is finally upon us again. Some of the biggest names in Hollywood have descended on the iconic Dolby Theater in LA for this year’s Academy Awards, which is being hosted by Wanda … Read more

The truth about endo and where government funding SHOULD go

Endometriosis sufferers have had enough of the misinformation, inadequate care and ill-considered government funding, writes Claire Pini. THERE IS NO CURE, no prevention and no known cause for endometriosis. Endometriosis (endo) is a condition that has been consistently under-researched, under-diagnosed and under-treated throughout its history. It is an excruciating, debilitating disease affecting an estimated 830,000 … Read more

What we know today, Monday March 28

Welcome to your breakfast serving the day’s breaking news from South Australia, the nation and abroad. A $200 million Marion Rd fix aims to reduce traffic congestion. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily Federal budget promises $200 million Marion Rd fix The Federal Government is promising to spend $200 million to fix a notorious bottleneck in Adelaide’s south … Read more

Chinese Court to Try Chinese Australian Journalist Next Week

BEIJING – A Chinese Australian journalist who has been held in China since August 2020 will be tried next week, the Australian government said Saturday. Cheng Lei, who was a prominent journalist for China’s state-run international network CGTN, was initially detained and later formally arrested on suspicion of supplying state secrets overseas. The Chinese government … Read more

CTA employee shooting: No bond for Sylvester Adams, worker charged in shooting at 95th Street Red Line station

CHICAGO (WLS) — The CTA worker charged with attempted murder after shooting a man at a Red Line station is being held without bond, a judge ruled Sunday. Sylvester Adams, 53, allegedly shot a 37-year-old man after a fight at the 95th Street CTA Red Line station on the city’s South Side escalated early Saturday … Read more

Flight MU5735 2nd Black Box Found ‘Badly Damaged’

As the investigation continues into what caused Flight MU5735 to crash, the second black box from the China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 has been found. On Sunday officials, reported firefighters from the search discovered the slightly dented flight data recorder about 130 feet from the point of impact and five feet underground. Searchers were able … Read more

First home buyers to receive help in federal budget, more money for roads and car parks to be announced

More first home buyers could find it easier to get into the property market, with the government expanding its home guarantee schemes. Key points: The federal government will extend homeowner schemes which were supposed to end in June The programs can be used only for homes under a certain price and are different in each … Read more

Oscars 2022 live: How to watch in Australia, ,winners and nominations list

The 9th annual Academy Awards will be held this coming Monday. Here is the full list of nominees vying for a coveted gold statue. The world’s finest big screen stars are just hours away from gracing Hollywood’s pinnacle night of nights, the Oscars. The 94th annual Academy Awards will take place at the iconic Dolby … Read more