How Kellyanne Conway spun Trump’s past to work for a right-wing evangelical audience

The new book by New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters goes all the way back to the early days of President Donald Trump’s foray into politics and how he was able to capture a Republican Party divided by their 2012 election failure. “Insurgency” talks about how 2012 impacted Kellyanne Conway’s way of spinning issues and … Read more

نعمل على صفقات جديدة للصناديق السيادية السعودية والإماراتية في مصر

قال الرئيس المشارك لقطاع الترويج وتغطية الاكتتابات في المجموعة المالية هيرميس مصطفى جاد, إن الطرح العام لأسهم شركة “ماكرو غروب” يجلب منتجا جديدا للمستثمرين كون الشركة تعمل في مجالات مختلفة عن بقية الشركات المدرجة وهو اتجاه تدعمه “هيرمس”. وضضاف جاد في مقابلة مع “العربية”, أن تغغية طرح “ماكرو غروب” كانت ممتازة من مؤسسات أجنبية وخليجية … Read more

Leigh Sales announces she is stepping down from ABC’s 7.30

Australia has reacted to Leigh Sales stepping down from 7.30 — praising her toughness, her ability to make politicians squirm and her “classy” on-air farewell. Australia has reacted to Leigh Sales’ announcement she is stepping down after 12 years at the helm of the ABC’s flagship current affairs show — praising her toughness, her ability … Read more

Dollard resident receives advocacy award for a lifetime of work helping blind and low-vision Canadians

Breadcrumb Trail Links West Island Gazette “You’re always concerned with leaving the world a little better.” — Irene Lambert, a longtime advocate for the blind. Author of the article: Carolyn Boll • Special to Montreal Gazette Irene Lambert with her Chris Stark Distinguished Advocacy Award at her home in Dollard-des-Ormeaux. Photo by John Mahoney /Montreal … Read more

Finally, the Aboriginal Flag Will Fly High and Proud on Sydney’s Iconic Harbor Bridge Every Day – “It’s a Legacy for First Nations People”

I’ve spent the last five years lobbying the NSW Government to fly the Aboriginal flag on the Sydney Harbor Bridge all year round – not just on the 19 dates it does currently. On Saturday February 5, NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet finally agreed to raise the flag every day and I am incredibly proud of … Read more

New Zealand rugby league great Olsen Filipaina has died at the age of 64

Pioneering rugby league great Olsen Filipaina has passed away at the age of 64. Key points: Olsen Filipaina was battling kidney failure and was admitted to Westmead Hospital in January The former five-eighth led New Zealand to a historic victory over a Wally Lewis-captained Australia in 1895 Filipaina scored 108 points in 29 Tests for … Read more

COVID boosters to be required in aged care as ‘fully vaccinated’ definition changes

The updated definition of fully vaccinated to mean three jabs will only apply to the COVID domestic policy and not the international border reopening plan. Read More International tourists must have two doses when the border reopens later this month. “The Government places safety above all else, as it has throughout the pandemic, and will … Read more

Mask Mandate For New York Businesses Expires, Remains In Place For Schools & Mass Transit – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Effective Thursday, masks are no longer required inside businesses around New York, but Gov. Kathy Hochul has said the mask mandate will remain in place for schools. COVID-19 cases have been declining since Jan. 9. The latest data showed fewer than 35 cases per 100,000 people, the lowest amount in two … Read more