South Australia reports 63 COVID-19 deaths – the most in one day since the start of the pandemic

South Australia has recorded 63 COVID-19 deaths in one day – by far the most since the start of the pandemic. The previous record was 23 on March 7, 2022. SA Health said people aged 40 to 90 died between April 27 and August 18. Among them were 36 women, 25 men and two people … Read more

Roy Lichtenstein’s art has the most pop in the private market. With a special sale in the Hamptons, do his public prices have room to grow?

Phillips is putting pop art star Roy Lichtenstein in the spotlight this summer — and providing a jolt of energy in what is typically a very quiet part of the art world calendar — with a special sale (through September 6th) featuring two works once destined for the house of Gianni Versace. The late fashion … Read more

Rents in London hit record highs with the rest of the country following

l According to Britain’s largest online property site, Rightmove, rents in ondon have now hit a stunning new record average asking price of £2,257 per month during the quarter. Average rents outside London have also reached a new record high of £1,126 per calendar month, up 3.5% on the previous quarter and up 11.8% on … Read more

Nova Scotia Mass Shooting Investigation Sends New Subpoena To Ottawa Over Open RCMP Documents

RCMP agents hold a checkpoint on a road in Portapique, NS, on April 22, 2020. Missing data has been a major problem in the investigation of the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia since the Justice Department withheld data for months from senior Nova Scotia RCMP officials who were critical of RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki.Andrew … Read more

Pierre Poilievre accused of exaggerating Conservative Party membership numbers

Conservative leadership candidates Pierre Poilievre and Jean Charest during a debate at the Canada Strong and Free Network conference in Ottawa on May 5.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Pierre Poilievre’s two main rivals in the federal conservative leadership race have accused the alleged frontrunner of inflating the number of party memberships he claims to have sold … Read more

Researchers just set a new record for data transfer speed

Even if you’re enjoying wonderfully fast broadband at home, no matter where you live in the world, you’ll still be a long, long way behind the new data transfer record: an incredible 1.02 petabits per second. That’s a million gigabits shifted down one line every second. The record was set by a team at the … Read more