York Memorial parents call for safety at public gathering

Several parents of Toronto students expressed frustrations and concerns on Thursday night about the unsafe learning environment at their children’s school and demanded that the Toronto District School Board do more to fix it. The public consultation held online was organized by Toronto District School Board Trustee Liban Hassan, who said he wanted to hear … Read more

Bin 4 Burger Lounge is bringing back its cheap late night burger deal

We love a sweet deal, especially when it comes to insanely cheap burgers. Bin 4 Burger Lounge, the gourmet burger and beer joint, has officially brought back its infamous half-price nightly burger special. The burger joint, with locations in Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna and Nanaimo, originally introduced the burger deal in November 2011, but discontinued it … Read more

Police cleared the suspect’s brothers before arresting him for the gruesome 1983 murder of 2 Toronto women

In the afternoon of November 24, OPP officers and Det. Const. Andrew Doyle of the Toronto Police Service arrived in Moosonee, Ont., the home of 61-year-old Joseph George Sutherland. They were there to serve him with a DNA warrant to obtain a blood sample that they wanted to compare to the DNA from the crime … Read more

SafeWork SA’s second director steps down as Riverland office closes

A senior manager of SafeWork SA has stepped down just eight days after their CEO stepped down as the state’s security watchdog reveals it plans to close its Berri office next month to save money despite an escalating river flood the Murray. SafeWork SA’s director of workplace education and business services, Prema Osborne, announced in … Read more

Another billionaire proposes to revive dinosaurs

Earlier this week, a team of scientists in Europe revived an ancient “zombie virus” that had thawed from a frozen Siberian lake. The Byte reports that people have responded to the news by pointing out how thawing ancient zombie viruses sounds like a historically terrible idea.

Worrying new home loan statistic as lending declines

Rising interest rates have taken their toll on the mortgage market, with the value of new loans falling for the ninth consecutive month. New home loans are at their lowest since December 2020, with $25.79 billion in mortgages approved in October, according to new data from Rate City. That is a decrease of 2.7 percent … Read more

Lady Susan Hussey racism claim ‘completely disproportionate’

The media has gone “mad” and blown the story of alleged racism against former Royal aide Lady Susan Hussey “completely out of proportion”, says former head of Royal Protection Dai Davies. Royal aide, Lady Susan Hussey, resigned this week after reportedly repeatedly questioning the black British CEO of a domestic violence charity about what part … Read more

Bruce Lehrmann rape trial dropped, Brittany Higgins health charges dropped

ACT’s Director of Public Prosecutions has confirmed he will not launch a new trial against accused rapist Bruce Lehrmann, citing the welfare and health of the alleged victim Brittany Higgins. Shane Drumgold confirmed that he had filed a notice this morning to end the prosecution. “I recently received compelling evidence from two independent medical experts … Read more

Preview: Mary Poppins in Theater Under the Stars

What kids and parents would be more than happy to have a Mary Poppins come into their lives, clearing up any family dysfunction, instilling fun and a sense of individual worth, bringing surprises and excitement to everyday life – all done with a magical touch and set to memorable music. Initially when musical theater veteran … Read more