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Will the Denver QB go over/under 274.5 passing yards in week 10?
Will the Denver QB go over/under 274.5 passing yards in week 10?
A woman who says she was sexually abused by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein at 14 years old has told jurors at Ghislaine Maxwell's criminal trial that the British socialite facilitated and took part in some sexual encounters.The woman, known by the pseudonym Jane, took the stand for the government on the second day of Maxwell's sex abuse trial in Manhattan federal court.
Nearly 70 per cent of young gender diverse Aussies feel they have been unfairly treated in this past year, highlighting an urgent need for support, Mission Australia's annual youth report has revealed.For the first time, the annual survey of 20,000 Australians aged 15 to 19 had such a significant proportion of young people identifying as gender diverse, their responses were included in the gender breakdowns.
Beijing has officially responded to Peter Dutton's rousing speech on Friday where he again warned of China's threat in the region. Find out what's been said.
The government has voted to bring back a One Nation bill which tried and failed to remove vaccine mandates in Australia.The government voted to refer the bill to a Senate committee on Thursday, despite previously voting against the bill in a division that saw five coalition senators cross the floor.
A second-half rally on the Australian share market has almost overcome jitters about the prospect of earlier tapering of stimulus in the US and the latest coronavirus variant.The market was down as much as 0.
She is believed to be the first Victorian healthcare worker to die after contracting Covid. Read more here.
The modification has been described as 'disgusting' with cyclists saying it could cause serious harm on the roads. Find out why cyclists are alarmed.
The South Australian parliament has passed an Australian-first Suicide Prevention Act, enshrining in law efforts to reduce suicide along with best-practice education and training.The new measures also create a 13-person Suicide Prevention Council that must include at least one member of the LGBTIQ+ community with lived experience with suicide, at least one veteran with similar experience, an indigenous community leader, and a person with leadership in suicide prevention.
AAP/APOn Tuesday the judge in a show trial of Myanmar’s 76-year-old Aung San Suu Kyi delayed the verdict in the first ruling on 11 charges that could result in cumulative sentences of 102 years in jail. As this theatre played out in a courtroom in Myanmar’s capital, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) consolidated a gradual, but tectonic, shift in its long-held policy of noninterference in member states’ internal affairs. The Myanmar military arrested Suu Kyi and the president in
A man who allegedly hit a Melbourne COVID-19 testing site worker with a stolen car before fleeing has been charged, as more protesters test positive for the virus.The man aged in his 50s suffered non-life threatening injuries when he was struck by a white Holden station wagon while helping people queue at the Cohealth site in Collingwood on Tuesday morning.
ShutterstockAfter years of punishing drought in some areas, many farmers in Australia’s east were hoping the newly declared La Niña event would bring them good rains. Many are now rejoicing, with the wettest November experienced in Australia for more than two decades. But for some farmers, heavy and prolonged rain is causing a new set of problems. Last year’s La Niña delivered good rainfall in some areas – while leaving others drier than they would have been under an El Niño, with many areas in
Mary Benedito has died after being found with life-threatening injuries at a Gold Coast apartment on Saturday. Her former partner is now charged with her murder.
ShutterstockWhen students use a commercial contract cheating service, getting caught by their lecturers is just one of many serious consequences that could damage them and those who trust them. They also expose themselves to blackmail and extortion. Despite these risks, one in ten students at Australian higher education institutions have used a commercial cheating service to complete an assessment, according to survey findings presented at the inaugural Australian Academic Integrity Network Foru
ShutterstockSummer’s here and the school holidays are coming. For many parents, of course, it’s all a bit academic – pandemic lockdowns and other disruptions have blurred the line between home and school, with no guarantee things will return to normal in 2022. The good news for parents and whānau is that relief can be as simple as turning a page. Encouraging children to read for pleasure – which is different from it being a school task – has all kinds of benefits, as highlighted in the first com
Watch the jaw-dropping footage which shows a huge fin emerge in the swell just metres from a surfer.
In a landmark trial, a former member of Islamic State has been found guilty of genocide by a German court over the death of a five-year-old Yazidi girl he had bought as a slave and then chained up in the hot sun to die.The Frankfurt regional court also convicted Taha Al-J, an Iraqi citizen whose full last name was not released because of privacy rules, of crimes against humanity, war crimes and bodily harm resulting in death.
Woolworths' have revealed new trolleys made out of a surprising grocery item. Find out how they're made.
The testimony will likely bring more unwanted attention for Donald Trump who has since tried to distance himself from Epstein.
A 15-year-old boy has been charged with murder and terrorism for a shooting that killed four fellow students and injured seven others at a Michigan high school.Authorities revealed Ethan Crumbley's parents had been summoned just a few hours before the bloodshed on Tuesday, and Oakland County Sheriff's Lieutenant Tim Willis said during a court hearing the boy recorded video the night before in which he discussed shooting and killing students.
shutterstock Research in mathematics is a deeply imaginative and intuitive process. This might come as a surprise for those who are still recovering from high-school algebra. What does the world look like at the quantum scale? What shape would our universe take if we were as large as a galaxy? What would it be like to live in six or even 60 dimensions? These are the problems that mathematicians and physicists are grappling with every day. To find the answers, mathematicians like me try to find p