Three Federal Court judges put an end to a two-week media feast by cancelling a visa for Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic who had set his cap at winning another victory in the Australian Open beginning today in Melbourne.
The current Australian Tennis Open’s champion, Djokovic, has returned to protect his title, almost. He has been stopped at the border. As his vaccination status is unknown his upcoming arrival has been condemned by most Australians. The lockdowns have been severe
I listened to Amol Raman’s global scoop interview with Novak Djokovic, and I wondered two things. First, out of curiosity, why Rajan and the BBC had clinched this genuine exclusive, and not Nigel Farage and GB News. As far as I can tell, Farage recently
You can really feel the excitement, the sense of anticipation, as this lucky competition winner lives out his dream. “Oh wow,” he breathes, as he steps cautiously into Novak Djokovic’s trophy room in Belgrade. “This is pretty amazing.”
At the end of their two-day meeting at Petersberg in Germany, the G7 finance ministers issued a communique, which expresses concern over the ever-rising inflation in the developed economies and the efforts to anchor inflation expectations
My lawn spoke to me the other day. At least, I think it did. I was sitting on the porch having my morning coffee when I heard a low moan coming from the ground before me.
Progressives had plenty to smile about after Tuesday’s primary contests. In Oregon, Jamie McLeod-Skinner beat incumbent Democratic Representative Kurt Schrader, who pushed to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill through the House separately
At the end of four full months of investigation, at an estimated cost of £560,000, and having issued 126 fines, five of which went to just one person, the Metropolitan Police have arrived at a remarkable conclusion. Namely, that a party is only a party