2022 World Swimming Championships: Anita Alvarez passed out, drowned, star banned by FINA

The swimmer who passed out and had to be rescued at the world championships has received bad news. Artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez, who was dramatically rescued from the bottom of the pool after fainting, has been banned from competing at the world championships. The American had indicated hours earlier that she wanted to return to … Read more

2022 World Swimming Championships: Anita Alvarez passed out, drowned, star banned by FINA

The swimmer who passed out and had to be rescued at the world championships has received bad news. Artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez, who was dramatically rescued from the bottom of the pool after fainting, has been banned from competing at the world championships. The American had indicated hours earlier that she wanted to return to … Read more

Michael Fullilove of the Lowy Institute speaks on the extradition of Julian Assange at the National Press Club

A prominent Australian critic of Julian Assange has issued a new warning about the detained WikiLeaks founder. A leading foreign policy analyst and prominent critic of Julian Assange has said the detained WikiLeaks founder should not be the Australian government’s “only priority”. The Lowy Institute’s executive director, Michael Fullilove, has urged the Albanian government to … Read more

F1 2022: Christian Horner and Toto Wolff in ugly war, Canadian Grand Prix, FIA, rule changes

A Formula 1 team boss has added fuel to the flames of an ugly war following bad-tempered clashes between other team bosses at the Canadian Grand Prix. Christian Horner has added fuel to the fire of F1’s ‘porpoising’ war, which escalated following bad-tempered clashes between team bosses at the Canadian Grand Prix. Horner has publicly … Read more

Renters choose affordability over lifestyle

New data shows a massive shift in preferences from the coast to the inner and outer suburbs of Sydney. Here’s why renters are making the switch. Lifestyle has given way to affordability as Sydney tenants leave the seaside suburbs in favor of cheaper rents. Data from Realestate.com.au shows a massive shift in demand from the … Read more

Melbourne suburb where landlord discounts, market days give shoppers the chance to strike a deal

FOOP is hitting Melbourne property buyers as they seek more chances to land deals as the market cools. Prime areas like Kew and Brighton East are some of the best places for bargain hunters. Melbourne house hunters have more and more opportunities to land bargains as the property market emerges from its extraordinary peak. Buyers … Read more

Melbourne suburb where landlord discounts, market days give shoppers the chance to strike a deal

FOOP is hitting Melbourne property buyers as they seek more chances to land deals as the market cools. Prime areas like Kew and Brighton East are some of the best places for bargain hunters. Melbourne house hunters have more and more opportunities to land bargains as the property market emerges from its extraordinary peak. Buyers … Read more

The Hart Cluett Museum in search of a new general manager

TROY, NY (NEWS10) — The Hart Cluett Museum announced Friday that it will launch a nationwide search for a new executive director. Starlyn D’Angelo, the museum’s current executive director, announced plans to move earlier in May. Get the latest news, weather, sports and entertainment straight to your inbox! Mark Shipley, chairman of the museum’s board … Read more

John McMurrick: $17 million St Georges Rd, Toorak, mansion with swimming pool and cinema for sale

The multi-million dollar estate of late Melbourne businessman John McMurrick is up for sale. The multimillion-dollar Toorak home of the late Melbourne businessman John McMurrick is up for sale, complete with a swimming pool, cinema and six-car garage. The sprawling estate at 51 St Georges Rd – one of the city’s swankiest strips – went … Read more

In the “heroic” fight of Alexei Navalny, Vladimir Putin’s “public enemy no. 1”

He was partially blinded, poisoned and sentenced to nearly a decade in prison, but Vladimir Putin’s greatest enemy still won’t back down. He was partially blinded after toxic chemicals were thrown in his face, nearly died after he was allegedly poisoned by the Kremlin in Siberia, and last March was sentenced to nearly a decade … Read more