Don't wait till August to shop for school supplies. Amazon's Prime Day deals are epic. “It might seem early," says Kristin McGrath, savings expert for RetailMeNot, but with a glut of overstock across the retail industry, deals are happening NOW. "From backpacks and tablets to kids clothing, you can expect to find great savings opportunities...shoppers should [also] keep an eye out for deals on notebooks, pens and other essentials.”
The iconic style of a JanSport got most of us through high school, and the classic is still available in a bevy of colors. Recycled materials make this planet friendly, Lightweight you can pack it with books and supplies.
For the athlete in your family, this pack fits all their gear, including slots for bats, clips for helmets and fence hook to keep it off the ground. Doubles as a backpack for school so it's all they need. Also in pink.
Adjustable straps, juice box pocket and interior name tag make this ideal for early school days. And this foxy fox is totes adorbs! Other animals and sizes available for your little tike. A tether keeps 'em close in crowds.
This unisex backpack fits a 15.6 inch laptop and sports a USB charger, perfect for college or the office. The additional pockets house your water bottle and electronics. A luggage strap make it the perfect travel companion.
Lightweight and available in over a dozen colors, this pack looks unisex, with pockets for a 14-inch laptop, water bottle, pens, gadgets, and more. Waterproof with padded straps plus a luggage strap make it an ideal carry-on.
Waterproof and available in a myriad of colors, this stylish quilted number fits a 15.6 in laptop with charger on the outside, so you can plug in and still use your phone on the go. Large capacity makes this your all day bag.
Offering access to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Disney+, Peacock and so much more, plus awesome interactive settings — like pop-up results for actor and director names via IMDb — you just might be tempted to ditch cable for good.
Starting a new health and wellness journey is easier when you have a great partner! Whether you're working out or going about your day, Halo can help you better understand, measure, and improve your movement health.
This smart watch is like something out of the Jetsons — it automatically measures your blood oxygen, heart rhythms, and even tracks your sleep. Plus, it notifies you when it senses that something is amiss.
Bring Crest's best and fastest whitening technology home. The whitening power of enamel-safe Whitestrips gets a powerful boost thanks to the handheld light that targets yellow stains to brighten teeth for the perfect smile.
A union is taking fast food giant McDonald's to court again arguing that its young workforce have been denied paid breaks.The Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association has lodged a Federal Court Claim in South Australia against 323 McDonald's operators and the multinational firm itself over the alleged denial of paid rest breaks at nearly 1000 current and former McDonald's sites.
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has pardoned Samsung Electronics vice-chairman Jay Y Lee, with the justice ministry saying the business leader was needed to help overcome a "national economic crisis".The pardon is largely symbolic, with Lee having being on parole since August 2021 after serving 18 months in jail for bribery in a scandal that led to massive protests and brought down then-president Park Geun-hye in 2017.
Political leaders have vowed to work together to fix a disturbing culture at NSW parliament which Premier Dominic Perrottet says has become "toxic".A long-awaited independent report has found sexual harassment and bullying is rife in the NSW parliament, while several people have reported incidents of sexual assault in the workplace.
Secret listening devices placed at the home of the "prime suspect" for the murder of an auto wrecker recorded nothing about the killing, a jury has been told.While Kubilay Kilincer was involved in lots of discussions about money, there was nothing about the killing of his boss, a retired police officer testified on Friday.
Shawn Thew/EPA/APOn June 24, the US Supreme Court denied a constitutional right to an abortion, overturning its Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. I covered this and two other late June right-wing decisions by the court in an early July article. Read more: How the US Supreme Court has become right-wing, and do recent decisions give Democrats hope at the midterms? When this article was written, the court was historically unpopular, but so was US President Joe Biden. I thought it unlikely abortion woul
Off the coast of NSW, behemoth sharks are hauled up alongside boats for a teeth "clean" and researchers say the dental check could help save bite victims.The sharks are captured along 21 NSW government-installed drum lines, running from the state's far north to the south coast for research and beach protection.
Australia has "fundamental cultural problems" that need to be tackled to address the nation's defence force and veteran suicide crisis, royal commission chairman Nick Kaldas says.The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide on Thursday released its interim report which made 13 urgent recommendations, including clearing the massive backlog of compensation claims by March 2024.
Google has agreed to pay $60 million in penalties flowing from a long-running court fight with the Australian competition watchdog over the tech giant misleading users on the collection of personal location data.In April last year, the Federal Court of Australia found Google breached consumer law by misleading some local users into thinking the company was not collecting personal data about their location via mobile devices with Android operating systems.
An Australian high court judge in Kiribati has been released from immigration detention after an order from a local appeals court.Kiribati's attorney-general attempted to deport David Lambourne, with the government claiming he breached his visa conditions and posed a security threat.
Courtney Clenney was recently charged with second degree murder, following her boyfriend's death. Video of the two in an elevator months before the murder allegedly shows Clenney attacking him. Source: Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office via Miami Herald
Rob Hampson/UnsplashOn August 9 2022, Australia’s COVIDSafe app was officially decommissioned, and all its features removed. People were encouraged to uninstall the app. Reports of its closure have made international news. On ceasing COVIDSafe, health minister Mark Butler said the “Albanese government acted to delete the wasteful and ineffective COVIDSafe app” and accused the former government of wasting “more than $21 million of taxpayer’s money on this failed app”. Was COVIDSafe a magic bullet
Photo by Sora Shimazaki/Pexels, CC BYYou might have heard of jobseekers being asked to complete a “personality test” as part of a job application, or been through the process yourself. The questions can range from the innocuous to the deeply personal, with some applicants reporting being asked about their political views in such tests. The Guardian Australia recently reported one jobseeker was asked to do a personality test assessing “zest” and “spirituality”. So, what can and can’t prospective
Russia and Ukraine have accused each other of shelling Europe's biggest nuclear power plant as the United Nations chief proposed a demilitarised zone at the site amid fears of a catastrophe.Ukraine's Energoatom agency said the Zaporizhzhia complex was struck five times on Thursday, including near where radioactive materials are stored.