Institute of Public Affairs expects electricity bills to double by 2030 under net zero carbon policy

Australian families are set to pay double for their electricity by 2030 as part of a net zero by 2050 carbon emissions policy, a new report says. The Institute of Public Affairs, a free market think tank, said the closure of six coal-fired power stations in NSW, Victoria and Queensland in less than a decade … Read more

Fashion IT girl shares her top beauty picks for European summer: Youtime

Fashion IT girl shares her top beauty picks for European summer including an aloe vera gel, hair-growing supplement and mini fragrance kit Nadia Fairfax, 33, is preparing to leave the shores of Australia for Europe In preparation for the lengthy flight she has planned her beauty looks & products Chiefly among them is Standard Procedure’s Aloe … Read more

Cats are more likely to have behavioural issues if they live with other felines, survey shows 

Fighting like cats and… cats! Moggies are more likely to have behavioural issues if they live with other felines, survey shows  ‘Fighting like cats and dogs’ describe those constantly at each other’s throats Survey of vets has revealed that fighting like cat and cat might be more suitable Surgeons across the country say cats are … Read more

Celebrity Apprentice winner Benji Marshall reveals why he wants nothing to do with his long-lost dad

Celebrity Apprentice winner Benji Marshall reveals why he wants nothing to do with his long-lost father – after ten men came forward claiming to be his dad By Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia Published: 00:56 BST, 23 June 2022 | Updated: 01:02 BST, 23 June 2022 Celebrity Apprentice winner and former NRL star Benji … Read more

Kaley Cuoco and second husband Karl Cook finalize their divorce after four years of marriage

Kaley Cuoco and second husband Karl Cook are officially divorced after four years of marriage. According to legal documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight, their divorce was finalized on Monday when a judgement was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. Per The Blast, which also obtained the documents, no other details about the settlement were disclosed. … Read more

Kendall Jenner ‘SPLITS from NBA beau Devin Booker’ as she ‘feels like they’re on different paths’

Kendall Jenner has allegedly split from her NBA boyfriend Devin Booker after approximately two years together. However a source divulged to Entertainment Tonight that there is some possibility the pair will patch up their romance. ‘Kendall feels like they’re on different paths,’ an insider said of the 26-year-old reality star, who first took up with … Read more

Rupert Murdoch, Jerry Hall divorce: Today hosts Allison Langdon and Karl Stefanovic react to split

Today hosts Allison Langdon and Karl Stefanovic burst into fits of giggles on Thursday as they joked it’s time for Rupert Murdoch to ‘put his cue back in the rack’. The Australian-born media mogul, 91, is reportedly divorcing his fourth wife, American model and actress Jerry Hall, 65, sources told the New York Times. While … Read more

Dean Henderson agrees to join Nottingham Forest… with Man United now targeting move for Bachmann

Dean Henderson agrees to join Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan deal… with Man United now targeting move for Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann as David de Gea’s understudy Dean Henderson has agreed to leave Manchester United on loan this summer  England international goalkeeper set to join newly-promoted Nottingham Forest United want keeper to compete with … Read more

Man United No 2 Steve McClaren outlines his blueprint for a culture of success to Old Trafford 

Bring the energy, sort the body language and do the right things… or suffer the consequences: Man United No 2 Steve McClaren outlines his blueprint for a culture of success to Old Trafford Steve McClaren has returned to Manchester United as Erik ten Hag’s assistant McClaren was No 2 to Sir Alex Ferguson when United … Read more

Graham Liddle was hit in the head by Nick Kyrgios and booted off court by John McEnroe

When Graham Liddle began his tennis officiating career at Wimbledon Ted Heath was Prime Minister and Ilie Nastase was the scourge of tennis officials everywhere. It was 1972 and John McEnroe was still at high school in New York but – as Liddle would come to learn first hand – another enfant terrible of the Centre … Read more