Shooting in Norway investigated as an act of terrorism after the death of two people

Two people were killed and more than 20 injured in a shooting outside a popular gay bar in Norway’s capital ahead of the Oslo Pride parade. The gunman opened fire outside the London Pub and was taken into custody by police a few minutes after the shooting began. Police officials say the shooting is being … Read more

Shooting in Norway investigated as an act of terrorism after the death of two people

Two people were killed and more than 20 injured in a shooting outside a popular gay bar in Norway’s capital ahead of the Oslo Pride parade. The gunman opened fire outside the London Pub and was taken into custody by police a few minutes after the shooting began. Police officials say the shooting is being … Read more

‘Good to see’ Eagles ‘successful’ after win over Essendon

Former AFL player Nick Dal Santo says no one expected the West Coast Eagles to beat Essendon, but it was “nice to see the Eagles have a little bit of success”. Dal Santo said it was a “long time between drinks” for Eagles players. “It’s been a really tough year for them so far,” he … Read more

Avocado prices will remain ‘relatively cheap’

NSW Farmers Coffs Harbor chairman Paul Shoker says the price of avocados will remain “relatively cheap” for the next six years after a “significant expansion” in the industry. “The concern is that we would like retailers to stick with Australian avocados,” he told Sky News Australia. “The temptation is that come spring it will switch … Read more

Zelensky rallies support at Glastonbury

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed concertgoers at Britain’s Glastonbury Festival to rally support for ending the war against Russia. He appeared via a pre-recorded video link, before the start of a set by The Libertines and made the surprise speech in English. The Ukrainian president called on revelers to put pressure on their politicians, adding … Read more

Prince Charles expresses regret over British colonialism

Prince Charles has expressed personal regret over the lasting impact of British colonialism and slavery at a meeting of Commonwealth leaders in Rwanda. He also addressed the issue of Commonwealth members cutting ties with the Royal Family. “I want to acknowledge that the roots of our contemporary partnership lie deep in the most painful period … Read more