NRL News 2022: Ralph Rimmer apologizes for Fiji remark, Rugby League World Cup

Rugby Football League chief executive Ralph Rimmer has apologized to the Fijian men’s national team after a “throw-away comment” called for his immediate resignation. Rimmer, who has been the RFL boss since 2018 – the organization that manages England’s rugby league, including the UK Super League – addressed guests at the organisation’s annual awards ceremony … Read more

Royal Exhibition Building Dome Promenade, Melbourne, reopens for the first time in a century

An icon of the “Marvelous Melbourne” era, the Royal Exhibition Building Dome Promenade will open to the public next month for the first time in a century. The boardwalk has been revived as part of a wider restoration of the UNESCO-listed building after safety issues and a lack of maintenance kept it closed for 100 … Read more

Royal Exhibition Building Dome Promenade, Melbourne, reopens for the first time in a century

An icon of the “Marvelous Melbourne” era, the Royal Exhibition Building Dome Promenade will open to the public next month for the first time in a century. The boardwalk has been revived as part of a wider restoration of the UNESCO-listed building after safety issues and a lack of maintenance kept it closed for 100 … Read more

Optus Hackers Release Data, Medicare Is Violated, Kelly Bayer Rosmarin Responds

The hackers behind the Optus data breach have apologized and deleted their only copy of mined data hours after they released the information of 10,000 Australians involved in the telco breach. The hackers who claimed to be responsible for obtaining nearly 10 million current and former Optus customer data had threatened to release tranches of … Read more

How do you know if your data was stolen in the Optus hack?

Whether it’s an email from Optus or a deluge of spam from fraudsters, anyone caught up in the telco’s cyberattack should find out soon enough. Millions of Australians may have had their personal data stolen and sold by the cybercriminals behind this week’s massive attack on Optus. People’s names, dates of birth, phone numbers and … Read more

Huge Development of Aruma’s Northern Beaches Has a $20 Million Guide

A massive northern beaches development site has hit the market with projected offers in excess of $20 million. Aruma, one of Australia’s leading disability care providers, has outgrown its Belrose location, so the 10,170 sq ft site is up for sale through Henry Burke, Eugene White and Miron Solomons of Colliers. Armuma Chief Operating Officer, … Read more

Melbourne Royal Show 2022: everything you need to know about returning, new attractions

The first day of the first Melbourne Royal Show in over 1000 days has sold out, with a record 50,000 tickets sold. And tickets are selling fast for the remaining 10 days of the event, which runs from September 22 to October 2, as two years of Covid cancellations spark “extraordinary” interest. A commitment by … Read more

AFL News 2022: Carey Reportedly Not Returning to Triple M Commentary Team Next Year

North Melbourne legend Wayne Carey will not be returning to Triple M’s AFL commentary team next year. Last week, the 51-year-old temporarily retired from media duties with free-to-air broadcaster Channel 7 and radio station Triple M after his infamous white powder saga. But as reported by The ageCarey has officially signed his contract with Triple … Read more

Sydney business owner Natalie Ferrari lashes out on Queen’s Day

The owner of a popular Sydney beauty salon has criticized the government’s decision to impose an additional holiday, claiming it will cause chaos for small businesses. Natalie Ferrari, owner of The Parlor Room in Clovelly in the eastern suburbs, took to Instagram on Monday to express her concern. The national day of mourning falls on … Read more

Domestic Violence Costs NSW Economy $3.3 Billion During Covid-19

A staggering increase in domestic and family violence during the Covid-19 pandemic will cost the NSW economy more than $3 billion by 2025, according to new research. In the first year of the pandemic, 60,000 women experienced first-time abuse, while another 45,000 experienced increased domestic violence. If pain, suffering, disability and premature death are included, … Read more