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Greendale Home Fashions Outdoor 17-inch Square Throw Pillows
If you've ever shopped for outdoor pillows, you know they don't come cheap. But right now, Amazon has slashed the price of these pretty Greendale Home Fashions outdoor 17-inch square throw pillows by nearly 50%! The pillows are swathed in a heavy-duty outdoor polyester fabric to repel water and stains, so you can enjoy these cushions for years to come.
"These are amazing," said a happy customer. "They are bright, colorful, well made and comfortable. The water resistant level is amazing too. I hit them with a pressure washer on accident and the water wiped right off."
It's a simple truth of home organization that stuff stays in order when it's in containers. Enter the Whitmor Rattique Java Set. Made of rattan and wicker, this set of three baskets — small, medium and large — looks great perched on shelves. Choose from a range of colors.
"These are just the ticket for turning a dark corner under the cabinets prone to gathering piles of stuff into organized storage," said a happy customer.
The Beats Fit Pro are set to become your new favorite pair of headphones. They feature three distinct listening modes and up to six hours of listening time (up to 24 when placed in the charging case). They're ridiculously comfortable too. In short, these are some of the best earbuds money can buy.
"I’ve had these headphones for a few months now and can’t go to the gym without them! The noise cancelling is amazing along with the battery life. I only charge the case maybe once every other week and that’s when I remember, not because they’re dead. They stay in place during my whole workout and I never have to keep pushing them in or adjusting them like other wireless buds," wrote a satisfied customer.
If you have pets, this vacuum cleaner is a goldmine. It removes fur and other debris across multiple surfaces with incredibly powerful suction. Thanks to an easy empty function, it gathers pet hair remnants around the tank, so it stays out of filters and off of your hands.
"This vacuum is awesome," praised a fan. "Best and strongest one I've ever had. I love it dearly. The brushes that spin horizontally underneath can be turned off and I guess that's the feature to keep from hair tangling around it. It's perfectly maneuverable. Just beautiful."
The Breville Smart Oven air fryer is a lifesaver during summer get-togethers, family visits and holiday celebrations. With an extra-large capacity, it can fit everything from a 9-by-13 casserole dish and a 14-pound turkey to nine slices of toast. It's a boon in warmer months because it won't heat up your house the way your regular oven will.
"Love this countertop oven! Great for making small meals. Cooks fast and fits perfectly in the space I planned to use it in. I use it several times a week and it inspires me to be a cook again. Great job Breville!"
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says Ukraine will win back all the cities it has lost to Russia, including Sievierodonetsk, and admits the war is becoming tough to handle emotionally.In a late-night video address, he also said Ukraine had been hit by 45 Russian missiles and rockets in the previous 24 hours, which he described as a cynical but doomed attempt to break his people's spirits.
Australia's new environment minister has proclaimed her ambitions to show global leadership on ocean conservation but Tanya Plibersek this week gets her first chance to walk the talk.Heads of state and environment ministers from around the world are meeting in the Portuguese capital Lisbon to work out how to save the ocean from the ravages of climate change, pollution, overfishing and development.
Group of Seven leaders have pledged to raise $US600 billion ($A864 billion) in private and public funds over five years to finance infrastructure in developing countries and counter China's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road project.US President Joe Biden and other G7 leaders relaunched the newly renamed "Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment", at their annual gathering being held this year at Schloss Elmau in southern Germany.
Members of the Group of Seven wealthy nations have announced a ban on imports of Russian gold as the G7 summit in the Bavarian Alps begins under the shadow of the war in Ukraine and consequences ranging from energy shortages to a food crisis.The move by Britain, the United States, Japan and Canada is part of efforts to tighten the sanctions squeeze on Moscow and cut off its means of financing the invasion of Ukraine more than four months into a conflict Russian President Vladimir Putin calls a s
Treasurer Jim Chalmers says a planned review of operations of the Reserve Bank of Australia is not about taking pot-shots at governor Philip Lowe but to ensure monetary policy settings are right.Dr Chalmers will soon release the terms of the review, an inquiry that was backed by former treasurer Josh Frydenberg before the May election.
A former top-ranking NSW public servant has been named to helm a departmental probe into the controversial appointment of John Barilaro as the state's US trade commissioner.The former NSW Nationals leader has been blocked from starting the $500,000 a year post he created as trade minister until a parliamentary inquiry examines the circumstances of the appointment, with its first hearing on Wednesday.
A welfare group has called for urgent action by the South Australian government to deal with the state's housing affordability crisis.The Anti-Poverty Network says the government should massively expand public housing stocks and improve the rights of tenants, including the provision of longer and more secure leases, and the right for renters to keep pets.
Thousands affected by a deadly earthquake in eastern Afghanistan are in need of clean water and food and are at risk of disease, an Afghan health ministry official says, days after a UN agency warned of a cholera outbreak in the region.At least 1000 people were killed, 2000 injured and 10,000 homes destroyed in Wednesday's earthquake, after which the UN humanitarian office (OCHA) warned that cholera outbreaks in the aftermath are of particular and serious concern.
A delay in the Brittany Higgins case is not expected to impact the implementation of key workplace culture reforms, including at Parliament House.Federal Minister for Women Katy Gallagher says the advice she has received, after a court ruling, was that the timeframe for the recommendations of the landmark Respect@Work report will not delayed.
Premier Daniel Andrews is selling his new cabinet ahead of incoming Victorian ministers being sworn in at Government House.Mr Andrews stepped out with incoming health minister Mary-Anne Thomas and newly promoted cabinet member Sonya Kilkenny on Sunday after unveiling the frontbench he will take to the November state election.
World champion Noah Lyles has overcome Erriyon Knighton to win the men's 200 metres in 19.67 seconds at the US track and field championships, with Abby Steiner putting the sport on notice with back-to-back world-leading times to win on the women's side.