Our IEO on ExMarkets: KICK.IO Public Sale Kicks off on September 15

That’s why KICK.IO, a non-custodial crowdfunding protocol, was created to make sure that this immense potential is utilised to its fullest. Our platform will ensure projects have access to the most advanced kickstarting and fundraising capabilities and help both retail and institutional investors to come together and pick the winners of tomorrow. To help us… Continue reading Our IEO on ExMarkets: KICK.IO Public Sale Kicks off on September 15

'The vaccine is our most powerful tool,' nurse stresses amid Delta variant surge

The Delta variant has led to a massive surge in coronavirus cases across the country this summer, with many hospitals finding themselves overwhelmed by the number of COVID-positive patients — including more younger adults and children as compared to previously. While much of the surge is out of any one person's control, there is one… Continue reading 'The vaccine is our most powerful tool,' nurse stresses amid Delta variant surge

Fall of Kabul: History as our guide

Taliban seizes power in Afghanistan as chaotic evacuation measures ensue Vice president of foreign policy at The Heritage Foundation James Carafano and Fox News national security analyst Walid Phares join ‘The Faulkner Focus’ to discuss the collapse of the Afghan government It is challenging to look at the messy, U.S. exit from Afghanistan as something… Continue reading Fall of Kabul: History as our guide

We loved our dogs so much we forked out £36K to have them CLONED when they died – it's frightening how similar they are

THE grief of losing a beloved pet can be too much to bear for some people. But thanks to today’s pet cloning industry, you can now be reunited with your cuddly companion in a matter of months after their death – if you can afford it. It's been 25 years since the birth of Dolly… Continue reading We loved our dogs so much we forked out £36K to have them CLONED when they died – it's frightening how similar they are

We demand our freedom, rebel Tories tell Boris Johnson

We demand our freedom, rebel Tories tell Boris Johnson amid ‘incredibly strong case’ for scrapping Covid-19 curbs two weeks early Prime Minister under pressure from backbenchers to lift restrictions earlier  Johnson said he is ‘very confident’ remaining curbs will be lifted next month  Among those calling for earlier unlocking is Former Cabinet minister David Davis… Continue reading We demand our freedom, rebel Tories tell Boris Johnson

BEL MOONEY: Have our GPs stopped caring?

Have our GPs stopped caring? BEL MOONEY tells of her fury at trying to get a local doctor to see her 97-year-old mother – and shares the stories of others betrayed by the service they trusted Like countless others, I can simultaneously state that I have considerable experience of the NHS at its very best —… Continue reading BEL MOONEY: Have our GPs stopped caring?

Home Chef is our favorite meal delivery kit—and it’s 55% off for Memorial Day 2021

Home Chef is our favorite meal delivery service for so many reasons. (Photo: Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. If you’ve got summer meals for the family on the brain, today’s your lucky day. A good meal delivery kit service can transform your nightly… Continue reading Home Chef is our favorite meal delivery kit—and it’s 55% off for Memorial Day 2021

‘Our stories not only deserve to be heard, they deserve to be believed’

The lack of public consensus of our state’s history has always been a roadblock to achieving a shared understanding between First Peoples and the broader Victorian community. Our people have endured violence and injustice since colonisation and into the modern day, and we continue to have to justify our outrage. Our stories not only deserve… Continue reading ‘Our stories not only deserve to be heard, they deserve to be believed’

Our Man in Shanghai: Scandal as $45M of stolen government funds allegedly lost on 100X leverage

Blockchain security company Beosin has been the focus of a major scandal after its Chief Marketing Officer Gao Ziyang was taken into custody and charged with embezzlement of state-owned assets. He is alleged to have been using government funds to unsuccessfully short BTC, resulting in a massive liquidation of over 300 million renminbi, or $45… Continue reading Our Man in Shanghai: Scandal as $45M of stolen government funds allegedly lost on 100X leverage

How our own drug busters allowed British Olympians avoid doping probe

The dodgy drug sample, the private tip-off and the secret tests… How our own drug busters allowed British Olympians to avoid crucial doping probe after Mail on Sunday investigation sparked fresh inquiry into UKAD UK Anti-Doping are under investigation by the World Anti-Doping Agency  British Cycling were able to conduct their own drug probe and… Continue reading How our own drug busters allowed British Olympians avoid doping probe

How a third of our recycling is sent straight to the incinerator

How a third of our recycling is sent straight to the incinerator: Councils are ‘highly incentivised’ to send waste to rubbish-burning power plants More than third of recycling is burned rather than reused despite complex rules In Southend-on-Sea in Essex, 45 per cent of recycling is sent to an incinerator  Councils are ‘highly incentivised’ to… Continue reading How a third of our recycling is sent straight to the incinerator

Join our great campaign and donate your old kids' books to help children who have no stories to read

THOUSANDS of schoolkids across Britain gathered their battered old books together this week to help children who have no stories to read at bedtime. With money tight and schools and libraries shut, children are facing book poverty — and that’s why The Sun on Sunday has launched our Books For Kids campaign. Running this month… Continue reading Join our great campaign and donate your old kids' books to help children who have no stories to read

Our future should be in our own hands

The Republican debate has waxed and waned in Australia for nearly 200 years. In 1887, writer and bush poet Henry Lawson devoted his first published poem, A Song of the Republic, to the cause, urging his fellow Australians to “Banish from under your bonny skies/ Those old-world errors and wrongs and lies.” While Australia’s colonial… Continue reading Our future should be in our own hands

Our future should be in our own hands

The Republican debate has waxed and waned in Australia for nearly 200 years. In 1887, writer and bush poet Henry Lawson devoted his first published poem, A Song of the Republic, to the cause, urging his fellow Australians to “Banish from under your bonny skies/ Those old-world errors and wrongs and lies.” While Australia’s colonial… Continue reading Our future should be in our own hands

World has dismissed our ‘unworthy’ Kyoto target

World has dismissed our ‘unworthy’ Kyoto target Illustration: Andrew DysonCredit: THE ENVIRONMENT It appears Scott Morrison has been given a well-earned snub by the United Nations summit on climate change – ‘‘PM shrugs off summit speaking gig’’ (The Age, 11/12). How dare our government pretend that we are making a serious contribution to reversing climate… Continue reading World has dismissed our ‘unworthy’ Kyoto target

Help our service members, their families during the holidays, 3 new ways to connect: USO CEO Crouch

Fox Business Flash top headlines for December 7 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. The USO meets our men and women in the military when they enter service. We are with them at home, on deployments to remote and far-flung regions of the world, and when they and… Continue reading Help our service members, their families during the holidays, 3 new ways to connect: USO CEO Crouch

Mum says 'our grief has been taken to another place' after PCs 'took selfies next to her daughters' dead bodies'

A MUM has said "our grief has been taken to another place" after two cops shared pictures of the bodies of her murdered daughters. The Metropolitan Police officers have been arrested after allegedly taking a selfie with murdered Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, and sharing the photo on WhatsApp. Mina Smallman, the first… Continue reading Mum says 'our grief has been taken to another place' after PCs 'took selfies next to her daughters' dead bodies'

Post Premium: Our best stories for the week of April 20-26

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, a coalition of Colorado journalists already had been discussing ways to better serve the public by collaborating and sharing stories. Sunday’s 1A story (also featured prominently on our website) is an early result of that effort. On April 16, reporters from 22 news outlets set out to record what a… Continue reading Post Premium: Our best stories for the week of April 20-26

How Trump can help our oil industry right now and skip Pelosi's stall tactics: Steve Forbes

Trump considers aid for oil industry President Trump is considering buying 75 million barrels of oil for the strategic reserve to help out the industry. FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn with more. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Continue Reading Below Here is something President Donald… Continue reading How Trump can help our oil industry right now and skip Pelosi's stall tactics: Steve Forbes

How we can all do our bit to help small businesses

When we emerge, blinking into the sunlight after what may be months of self-isolation, we need to make sure there are still small businesses around. Small businesses across Australia are hurting right now, with the coronavirus pandemic hitting the smallest traders the hardest. Neighbourhood Books owner Leesa Lambert has closed her store but now offers… Continue reading How we can all do our bit to help small businesses

Coronavirus has changed our world. Here's how to keep your job in the months ahead

US unemployment claims soar as coronavirus slams economy Last week’s jobless claims hit a record-breaking 3.28 million. FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti with more. Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here. Continue Reading Below Would anyone have ever seen March 2020 coming? Very few. WHAT SOCIAL DISTANCING… Continue reading Coronavirus has changed our world. Here's how to keep your job in the months ahead

This is what is making our traffic worse and worse — When will our leaders wake up?

California approved light-duty, self-driving vehicles Fox News’ Brett Larson discusses driverless cars hitting the streets of California, and Twitter’s banning of PNG files over seizure concerns. Why in the world is the federal government, 20 years into the 21st century, continuing to pour tens of billions of tax dollars into little-used mass transit rail projects?… Continue reading This is what is making our traffic worse and worse — When will our leaders wake up?

AOP Podcast: How will our time in the European Union be remembered?

As the UK prepares to officially leave the European Union, this week’s podcast features reflections on its 47 years as a member. :: Listen to All Out Politics on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Spreaker Adam Boulton and guests discuss the pros and cons of being part of the union and what the future relationship… Continue reading AOP Podcast: How will our time in the European Union be remembered?