Courtney Dauwalter: No loneliness for the long-distance runner

Some time during a 200-mile race, maybe when she has been awake all night, ultra runner Courtney Dauwalter will probably start hallucinating. It could be a leopard in a hammock, a cowboy twirling a lasso, or hundreds of white kittens on the trail. “I’ll make some friends out there,” she laughs. Dauwalter sits at the … Read more

Finance guru says rate rise ‘nail in the coffin’

Finance guru Mark Bouris has slammed the Reserve Bank’s latest interest rate rise, saying it “could be the nail in the coffin” and predicting there could soon be “desperate” borrowers selling their homes. “Well I can’t believe it — I cannot believe the RBA has decided to put the rates up again,” the executive chairman … Read more

Watch: Chris Christie Slams Trump During Presidential Bid Announcement

Chris Christie, a former Donald Trump ally, criticized the ex-president during an event to announce he was entering the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination Tuesday. Photo: Charles Krupa/Associated Press Follow Us on Google News

US’s core belief is they’re the ‘good guys’ despite pushing nuclear deal with Iran

The United States has a core ideological belief it’s one of the “good guys” despite pushing for a nuclear deal with Iran during its Islamic regime, according to The Foreign Desk’s Editor-in-Chief Lisa Daftari. “You have to ask the question as to why the Obama administration wanted to get into original 2015 nuclear deal and … Read more

Jim Chalmers confirms progress on his three financial system goals

Treasurer Jim Chalmers says the government has made significant progress on the three key goals outlined last year for the financial system. These goals include the creation of a fit-for-purpose regulatory framework, maintaining strong and resilient banks, and fostering more innovation and competition across the sector. “In our first year in government, we’ve acted in … Read more