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Recovery is ‘progressing well’: John Farnham moved to rehabilitation facility

A month after mouth cancer surgery John Farnham’s doctors are “very pleased” with the singer’s recovery. The 21-ARIA award-winning artist has moved into a rehabilitation facility as he recovers from mouth cancer. The Farnham family said in a statement the singer’s recovery from the surgery is “progressing well”.

Mask mandates in Australia: Rules debated as states remove public transport requirement

Is it time to stash – or throw – away your masks? As of Thursday, commuters in all Australian jurisdictions are no longer required to wear masks on public transport. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Debate rages over necessity of masks on public transport. For more Health & Wellbeing related news and videos check out Health … Read more

Los Angeles’s Most Coveted Lifestyle Brand, Olive Ateliers, Is Taking The Home Decor Industry By Storm

Olive Atelier, Culver City @OliveAteliers Every other Saturday, outside of a warehouse in Culver City, over 400 people line up to enter Olive Ateliers. The line starts forming around 7:30 am, and when the doors open at 9:30 am, it’s only a matter of time until the 5,000 square foot space is wiped clean. The … Read more

Review: Milk Crate Theatre’s DUST is a collaborative work in reframing lockdown

For over 20 years, Milk Crate Theatre have engaged with disadvantaged people, devising works which challenge norms of performance. Developed over the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns, DUST was conceived over a number of zoom sessions before being fleshed-out in the person earlier this year. Drawing on themes of isolation and enforced reflection, the story centres … Read more

King Charles III could kick Harry and Meghan out of Frogmore Cottage

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be booted out of their royal residence in the United Kingdom as King Charles III considers who will reside in the Royal Family’s properties. His Majesty is set to decide which palace he is to call his home as he debates what to do with the other royal residences … Read more

Savanna Pikuyak: Algonquin College holds vigil for slain student

Algonquin College held a vigil Tuesday for Savanna Pikuyak, a first-year student who was killed earlier this month.  According to friends, who asked not to be named, Pikuyak recently moved to Ottawa from Nunavut, planning to study pre-health at Algonquin College with aspirations of becoming a nurse. Tuesday, she was remembered as a fast learner … Read more

Wellington Street: Unauthorized driver was under court order not to return

Ottawa police say a driver stopped Tuesday afternoon on a section of Wellington Street that is closed to vehicles was under conditions not to return to the area. Police said one man was arrested at around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday after an unauthorized vehicle was stopped on Wellington Street at O’Connor Street. In a tweet, police … Read more

Feds: 47 exploited pandemic to steal $250M from food program

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Federal authorities charged 47 people in Minnesota with conspiracy and other counts in what they said Tuesday was the largest fraud scheme yet to take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic by stealing $250 million from a federal program that provides meals to low-income children. Prosecutors say the defendants created companies that claimed … Read more

Tech of tomorrow on display today at Ottawa expo

Self-driving cars, autonomous robots, and unmanned aerial delivery drones aren’t just the future, they’re all part of the technology on display in the present, at a showcase in Ottawa. Some of the offerings included a driverless sidewalk plow, ready to take on winter, and a self-driving Lexus outfitted with various cameras, sensors, and computers, able … Read more