The Nordstrom Cyber Monday event is a fashion lover's paradise, and with a seemingly endless array of markdowns on cozy Ugg slippers ($30 off!), Kate Spade totes (a wild $159 off) and more, you'll have plenty to choose from for both gifts and treats for yourself. But if you want to get the best deals, you have to move fast, says Kristin McGrath, shopping expert with RetailMeNot. “According to our survey, 70% of shoppers are taking inflation into consideration this year," she says. That means many have started holiday shopping early to distribute cash flow more evenly, so sellouts are expected. There's no time to waste — let's go!
Available in three colors, these suede slippers are made with genuine plush shearling, so they feel downright luxurious. They make an excellent gift, though at this price, you'd be remiss to not get yourself a pair too.
Available in a dizzying array of colors and fabrics, these loafers have an army of fans raving about how blissfully comfortable they are — even for those that tend to get blisters and cuts from similar styles.
A royal commission will investigate New Zealand's COVID-19 response, with Jacinda Ardern tapping Australian-based epidemiologist Tony Blakely to lead the review.The prime minister announced the commission on Monday, saying "the highest form of public inquiry is the right thing to do".
Two years have passed since the Morrison government was handed a troubling report on the failings of Australia's environment laws. On Thursday, the new government will explain how it plans to fix them.
Australia is trying to avoid being crushed by rampant elephants China and the United States as it seeks to shore up its security in the Indo-Pacific.That is the takeaway from the head of the international crisis watchdog as it released its top 10 conflicts to be wary of.
A senior NSW Liberal MP is calling on his federal colleagues to support a referendum to establish an Indigenous voice to parliament.The federal opposition has not revealed whether it would support a 'yes' campaign in the referendum, due to be held in the next financial year, because they want more detail about the model from the Albanese government.
Shutterstock/ DisneyIn Travis Linnemann’s book The Horror Of Police, he quotes David Grossman, founder of the “bulletproof warrior” seminar series, notorious for teaching police that killing is “just not that big of a deal.” At the end of a long day, Grossman says, police should “look out on your city and let your cape blow in the wind”. This suggests police should see themselves as superheroes. In reality, they seem drawn to one superhero in particular: the classic Marvel comics character, the
Kirstie Alley, who won an Emmy for her role on the classic sitcom Cheers and starred in films including Look Who's Talking, has died.Alley died of cancer that was only recently discovered, her children True and Lillie Parker said in a post on Twitter.
A standalone Aboriginal child protection system is the only way to achieve justice for children and families after centuries of racism, Victoria's largest Aboriginal child protection agency says.Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency chief executive Aunty Muriel Bamblett gave evidence at the state's truth-telling inquiry on Tuesday, calling for a properly funded child protection plan and system run by Aboriginal people.
Queensland crop farmers need "enhanced" legal protections for their lands and livelihoods against sinking caused by coal seam gas production, a regulator says.The state's Gasfields Commission has recommended a legal overhaul in a report released on Monday after a probe into the impacts of subsidence on the Condamine plain, west of Toowoomba.
More than 82,000 roads have been impacted by flood-related closures in just the past two months, new figures show.The figures, from the Australian Climate Service and obtained by AAP, follow widespread flooding across parts of NSW, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia.
David Jones-branded credit cards issued by American Express were not only unsuitable but also confused people into thinking they were loyalty cards, ASIC has claimed.In a lawsuit filed in the Federal Court Tuesday, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission is seeking penalties from Amex, claiming the firm failed to ensure its credit cards were appropriate for those who applied for them.
Renters would have had thousands extra to spend on the holiday season if rents had been frozen in place for the past 12 months.The Greens have been calling for a nationwide two-year rent freeze to protect renters from surging housing costs.
Sky-high living costs continue to crush household budgets, with a monthly inflation gauge picking up pace again.The one per cent lift in November recorded in the Melbourne Institute's monthly inflation gauge follows smaller increases in October and September.
The 15-month jail term for a climate activist who blocked the Sydney Harbour Bridge is "pleasing to see" , says NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet, as activists rallied around the country in support of the protester.Deanna "Violet" Maree Coco was sentenced in the Downing Centre Local Court on Friday for blocking peak-hour traffic on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in April.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault after an egg was believed to have been thrown in the direction of King Charles during a walkabout.The alleged assault took place while Charles, 74, who came to the throne in September after the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth, was visiting Luton, northwest of London.