Bartier Perry Lawyers Launches Leadership Scholarship Program for Women | St George & Sutherland Shire Leader

As it has been doing since 2015, Bartier Perry Lawyers offers female students at Western Sydney University the Bartier Perry WSU Scholarship for Women. Photo supplied As a testament to his commitment to diversity, Bartier Perry Lawyers has been offering female students at Western Sydney University the Bartier Perry WSU Scholarship for Women. In order … Read more

Five Toronto clothing stores that sell quality clothing at affordable prices

Reading time: 5 minutes By Haley Sengsavanh As a student, it can be difficult to treat yourself to quality clothing or keep up with the ever-changing fashion trends without making a big dent in your wallet. But being on a budget shouldn’t stop students from owning high-quality basics and supplies. Durable, well-made clothing will help … Read more

Hundreds of Canberrans need new licenses after Optus data breach, but recent ‘lucky change’ will protect most from fraud | The Canberra Times

Jasper Lindell joined the Times in 2018. He is a Legislative Assembly reporter, covering ACT politics and government. He also writes on development, heritage, local history, literature and art, and contributes to Times’ Panorama magazine on Saturdays. He was previously a Sunday Canberra Times reporter. Jasper Lindell joined the Times in 2018. He is a … Read more

Albertans asked Tuesday evening to cut electricity consumption as ‘grid alert’ for the province

Albertans were asked Tuesday evening to reduce their electricity consumption as the entity in charge of the province’s electricity system issued a “grid warning.” “(Grid warnings are issued) when the power system is under pressure and we prepare to use emergency reserves to meet demand and maintain system reliability,” the Alberta Electric System Operator said … Read more

Labor on a tight track in ICAC public hearings

The ‘exceptional circumstances’ test for public hearings for the Labor anti-corruption body is easier than for Victoria’s body – but more difficult than the NSW ICAC. Attorney General Mark Dreyfus introduces the National Anti Corruption Commission Bill in the House of Representatives (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas) The government’s proposed National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) will have to … Read more

Sattler: 2003 tackle has lessons for today

Scott Sattler, the savior of Penrith’s 2003 grand finale, says the lessons of his iconic game-changing gear will continue to apply to the upcoming NRL showpiece. Sattler famously chopped down Todd Byrne with a scything cover-tackle in the second half of the 2003 grand final, when the Roosters winger looked certain to score. The Panthers … Read more

How Apprentice Rob Findlay Bought a House for $51,750 Near Bondi Beach

Rob Findlay was 25, couldn’t get a bank loan, but wanted a house around the corner from Bondi Beach. It was 1976 and the price was $55,000. Here’s how he bought it. “I didn’t have much money back then,” says Rob, an apprentice surveyor who rents on site. “But the cop, a man named Lewis … Read more