The books we loved in 2019

It has been a big year in Australian literature, filled with high and lows; from Margaret Atwood’s Booker Prize win for The Testaments, the much-anticipated sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, to the staggering comments published in Parenting by once-beloved children's author John Marsden. And while Indigenous authors celebrated a booming global interest in their literature, after becoming top-performers in local […]

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Single mother poses in her lingerie alongside her daughter

Single mother who sells racy photos of herself in her lingerie poses in her underwear alongside her five-year-old daughter to break the stigma surrounding her job Sammii Lively, 27, from Birmingham, sells exclusive photos of herself online Refuses to hide career from daughter Mia and is ‘proud and thankful’ for her job  She said she sees her work as art and […]

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Where’s Dan Jones In 2019? ‘The Report’ Hero Is Still Fighting For Human Rights

With the current presidential administration being such an unprecedented abomination, it’s easy to forget that there was some pretty awful stuff happening in the U.S. Government even before Donald Trump became president. Like in the aftermath of 9/11, when the CIA conducted torture on detainees as part of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program. That controversial program was detailed in […]

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People In Florida Politics Are Not Surprised Their State Is Caught Up In The Impeachment Inquiry

politics Impeaching Trump “There are more than an average number of scammers, posers, and bad guys in Florida,” said a veteran of the state’s politics. ByNidhi Prakash Supporters of Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis wait for results at his election party in Orlando, Fla, on Nov. 6, 2018. Standing in the middle of the front row is Lev Parnas. But […]

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