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We could all use a little more rest and recovery right now, but getting enough sleep can be more challenging for some than others. If you count yourself in the sleep-challenged camp, it might be time to upgrade your bedroom to make it a sanctuary for sleep — starting with your comforter.
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Vangelis, the Greek composer whose rousing electronic theme music for the Oscar-winning Chariots of Fire was one of the best-known film scores of the 1980s, has died at the age of 79, the Athens News Agency says.Citing an announcement from his lawyers' office, ANA said Vagelis died late on Tuesday without giving a cause of death.
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Queensland's GPs say the state government needs to take responsibility for public hospital capacity pressures, after the deputy premier linked them to the problem.Steven Miles said earlier this week that emergency department waiting times and ambulance ramping had increased because more patients with respiratory issues were going to public hospitals after being turned away by GPs fearful of COVID-19.
Russia's Gazprom has informed Finland it will halt flows of natural gas, Gasum says, after the Finnish state-owned gas wholesaler refused to pay its Russian supplier in rubles.Gazprom Export has demanded that European countries pay for Russian gas supplies in rubles because of sanctions imposed over Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
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Elon Musk has successfully bought Twitter for $61 billion (AUD), but what motivates the Tesla and SpaceX CEO? Professor Terry Flew discusses the business and personal reasons Musk has been after the social media platform.
ShutterstockThere is increasing recognition of the important role sleep plays in our brain health. Growing evidence suggests disturbed sleep may increase the risk of developing dementia. I and University of Sydney colleagues have published a new study showing treating sleep apnoea in older adults with mild cognitive impairment can improve memory, but not other areas of cognition, in the short term. As there is no current treatment or cure for dementia, increasing efforts have focused on developi
Russian forces have bombarded areas of Ukraine's eastern Donbas region from land and air, destroying houses in residential districts and killing civilians.President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says the assaults have turned the Donbas into "hell".
Hundreds of locals in Dirranbandi, Hebel and rural properties in southwest Queensland are preparing to be isolated indefinitely by floodwaters as a wet weekend is forecast for parts of Queensland.The Bureau of Meteorology has issued major flood warnings for the Balonne, Condamine and Moonie rivers, as well as Cooper and Eyre Creeks.
Owen Wright's bid to win back his WSL Championship Tour spot has hit another snag after the Australian was an early elimination at the Sydney Surf Pro.Wright couldn't make it past the round of 96 at Manly Beach on Thursday after finishing third in his four-man heat.
A New York grand jury has indicted the 18-year-old white man accused of killing 10 people in a live-streamed shooting at a supermarket in an African-American neighbourhood in Buffalo, prosecutors say.Buffalo City Court Judge Craig Hannah adjourned the hearing after a few minutes and scheduled the suspect, Payton Gendron, to appear again on June 9.
Three new Senate seats and a second in the House of Representatives are on the Greens' wishlist heading into the federal election.Already boasting nine upper house seats, they could add to that tally in Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia, while inner-city Brisbane and Melbourne seats such as Griffith, Brisbane, Higgins or Macnamara appear their best chance in the lower house.