August 30, 2019

<a href=’https://news.sky.com/story/sky-views-the-hideous-us-style-compensation-culture-of-the-ppi-scandal-is-here-to-stay-11797340′>The US-style compensation culture of the PPI scandal is here to stay</a>

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August 30, 2019

Top 5 films: best of the big screen

Our pick of what's showing this weekend in Melbourne on the big screen.
August 30, 2019

Here it’s obscurity or you’re Karl Stefanovic: lunch with Peter Berner

While he still loves stand-up and drawing cartoons, Peter Berner says painting portraits wins hands-down.
August 30, 2019

Eleven million garments end up in land fill each week

More than two tonnes of clothing are bought in the UK each minute according to new research.
August 30, 2019

Lucy Culliton: the celebrated artist who paints to feed her animals

The artist fled the city for the remote Monaro and has created her own world with a menagerie and a partner who, conveniently, is the local earthmover.
August 29, 2019

Is the artist a racist? Fiona Foley adds an edge to Ballarat Biennale

An extensive celebration of the photographic image offers a varied exploration of the medium.
August 29, 2019

Woman was sold for £10,000 outside a Glasgow shop, slavery trial is told

A SLOVAKIAN woman was sold for £10,000 on a street in Scotland, a court has been told.
August 29, 2019

Ruth Davidson resignation: Scottish Tory leader warns Boris to deliver a Brexit deal

RUTH Davidson quit as Scottish Tory leader with a warning to Boris Johnson to deliver a Brexit deal – and to rival MPs to back it.
August 29, 2019

Consumers say the past year was bad and they fear it will get worse

Consumer confidence has fallen in the UK, with people's expectations for the economy and their own finances seeing a sudden drop.
August 29, 2019

New clothes bought in UK produce more CO2 than journey round the world – six times!

New clothes bought in the UK produce more carbon emissions per minute than driving a car around the world six times, according to new research. It is estimated that more than two tonnes of clothing are bought every 60 seconds in the UK.
August 29, 2019

Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms: The sign in your nails you could be lacking B12

VITAMIN B12 deficiency symptoms may occur if a person isn’t getting enough of the vitamin from the foods in their diet, and left untreated, serious long-term health complications can occur. One sign of the condition may be evident in a person’s fingern...
August 29, 2019

Dementia symptoms: Five signs when a person sleeps that can signal the condition

DEMENTIA symptoms can affect people differently, depending on which type of dementia they have and the part of their brain that’s been damaged. But when it comes to signs to look out for, five may appear during a person’s sleep.