He Lost His False Teeth 11 Years Ago. How He Got Them Back

The man said he was “gobsmacked” when the long-lost dentures turned up. (Representative) London: A British man said he was left open-mouthed after Spanish authorities returned the false teeth he lost on a boozy night out in Benidorm 11 years ago, the BBC reported on Thursday. Paul Bishop, 63, misplaced his teeth at the popular … Read more

Biden reveals he has four people on his Supreme Court shortlist, predicting that nominee will get GOP vote

President Joe Biden has revealed that he has four people on his “shortlist” for a potential nomination to the US Supreme Court to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer. The president told NBC News that potential candidates on his shortlist of nominees are “incredibly well-qualified and documented.” “They were the honor students, they come from the … Read more

Koalas in Canberra listed as endangered | The Canberra Times

news, environment, Koalas will be listed as endangered, instead of vulnerable, across the ACT as habitat loss, bushfires and disease continue to take a toll on the iconic Australian animal. Environment Minister Sussan Ley will on Friday announce the downgrade listing, which also included areas in NSW and Queensland, in line with a recommendation from … Read more

“It’s a gut feel that I needed to make a change” — Ken Holland discusses Edmonton Oilers’ coaching change, updates injury situation

Breadcrumb Trail Links Cult of Hockey Edmonton Oilers general manager Ken Holland speaks to media on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, in Edmonton. Photo by Greg Southam /postmedia Article content “It’s a tough day.” If there was one overriding theme to Ken Holland’s media avail on Thursday afternoon, it was that phrase, mentioned repeatedly throughout. Holland … Read more

Religious Discrimination Bill Senate inquiry pushed, Grace Tame allegation asked to be investigated by Scott Morrison, NSW COVID cases grow, Victoria COVID cases grow, aged care providers to provide COVID vaccines to patients, Qld COVID cases grow, SA COVID cases grow

Last night the Australian Technical Group on Immunization said people need a third coronavirus vaccine dose to be considered up to date, a shift away from the term “fully vaccinated”. Rachel Clon reported that health experts have previously repeated the importance of a booster for added protection against the Omicron variant and ATAGI will urge … Read more

Woman condemned for filming dangerous driving stunt while dancing, drinking on Western Australia freeway

A woman has been reported to Crime Stoppers after filming herself driving on a Western Australia freeway, while swigging from a bottle and dancing behind the wheel. The young driver was filmed swerving on the Kwinana Freeway while driving at 100km/h, believed to be copying a dangerous social media trend. Cam Haley witnessed the incident. … Read more

Russia begins military drills with Belarus

Russia and Belarus have started ten days of joint military exercises despite ongoing tensions with Ukraine. The drills come as top United States and European officials continue their efforts for a diplomatic resolution. NATO said there are thought to be 30,000 Russian troops believed to be taking part in the exercises in the largest military … Read more

DFW Ranks As The 20th Least Affordable City In The Country – CBS Dallas/Fort Worth

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Real estate website RealtyHop has just compiled a list of least affordable US cities according to their data, and DFW ranks in as the 20th least affordable city in the country. The top spot was taken by New York City. READMORE: 2 Everman High Students Arrested For Alleged Armed Robbery Of … Read more