In Australia we're about to approach 13 million people fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
But in the only country with which Australia shares a common border, Papua New Guinea, the number of people fully vaccinated is...
61,221 (that's 0.67% of the eligible population as at October 5)
Twitter's strength has been its simplicity and its distinctive role on the social media spectrum and it is in the process of trashing both of these. Pretending to be snapchat, soundcloud and even substack bloat its platform and diminish its reason for being.
We are about to witness more than a fortnight of the world’s ultimate sporting spectacle played out as if the world’s ultimate hostage video.
If a story seems just too crazy to be true, then sometime it is. But If Ryan Lochte was Rio's Biggest Loser, was Mijaín López Núñez its biggest winner?
“I would go figure skate in the morning and then go to school, and then go to rifle practice afterward,” said Ginny Thrasher
As the 2020 in 2021 Tokyo Olympics approach, I decided to complete the task of blogging the Games of the XXXI Olympiad by trawling through my Twitter archive.
The heartening thing out of this is that there is only one person in intensive care
The first of what might or might not be regular updates of Sydney's third wave of the 'rona.
Sorry Gladys, you've made it too complicated: