Australia Resort 2023: Latest fashion designs from Jordan Dalah

Majestic dresses inspired by the Middle Ages and the Tudor's have been on the catwalks of the fashion weeks since 2018 under Jordan Dalah’s name. And as any designer who has walked out Central Saint Martins, but firstly leaving his mark, Jordan Dalah continues to amaze with its search for intricately extravagant yet so memorable … Continue reading Australia Resort 2023: Latest fashion designs from Jordan Dalah

Australia Resort 2023: Latest fashion designs from Esse

Charlotte Hicks was feeling surprisingly serene after Esse Studios’s Australian Fashion Week runway debut. “It’s the setting. You can’t help but let go and unwind and just lose yourself in this incredible space,” she said postshow, gesturing to the vaulted granite ceilings of the architectural jewel that is the Sydney Opera House. Her mood jibed … Continue reading Australia Resort 2023: Latest fashion designs from Esse

Indians save thousands of birds from heatwave

Photo by Genaro Servín on Pexels.com As a scorching heatwave dries up water sources in the state's biggest city, veterinary doctors and animal rescuers said rescuers in India's western Gujarat state are rescuing dozens of exhausted and dehydrated birds dropping to the ground everyday. In the hottest pre-summer months in recent years, large areas of … Continue reading Indians save thousands of birds from heatwave

Cuban cigars set record sales after COVID-19 impact on business

Photo by Matthias Oben on Pexels.com Cuba's state cigar monopoly, Habanos S.A., reports that sales of its famous hand-rolled cigars have rebounded strongly after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, posting record sales in 2021. Many consider Cuba's hand-rolled cigars, which include brands such as Cohiba, Montecristo and Partagas, as the best in the world. … Continue reading Cuban cigars set record sales after COVID-19 impact on business

UK Intelligence: Russia has lost one-third of its soldiers in Ukraine

Photo by Sharefaith on Pexels.com Russia has probably lost around a third of the ground forces it deployed to Ukraine and its offensive in the Donbas region "has lost momentum and fallen significantly behind schedule," British military intelligence said on Sunday. "Despite small-scale initial advances, Russia has failed to achieve substantial territorial gains over the … Continue reading UK Intelligence: Russia has lost one-third of its soldiers in Ukraine

World leaders mourn death of pro-West UAE president Sheikh Khalifa

World leaders began descending on the United Arab Emirates on Sunday to offer condolences on the death of President Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan, who was succeeded by his half-brother and de facto leader Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed. Sheik Mohammed, now ruler of wealthy Abu Dhabi emirate, steered the Western-allied Gulf state, an OPEC oil producer … Continue reading World leaders mourn death of pro-West UAE president Sheikh Khalifa

Ukrainian music group Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war with Russia

 Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision Song Contest, a clear show of popular support for the group's war-ravaged nation that went beyond music. The band and its song “Stefania” beat 24 other performers early Sunday in the grand final of the competition. The public vote from home, via text message or the Eurovision app, … Continue reading Ukrainian music group Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war with Russia

Britney Spears lost a baby due to miscarriage

Britney Spears says she has lost a baby early in her pregnancy. Spears announced the loss on Instagram Saturday in a joint post with her partner, Sam Asghari. The pop superstar, who gained her freedom from a court conservatorship that controlled her life for more than a decade, said in April that she was expecting … Continue reading Britney Spears lost a baby due to miscarriage

Are the military and Northern elites to blame for bloody religious wars in Nigeria?

THE Nigerian Bar Association’s dis-inviting of Nasir El-Rufai from debasing its platform at its last conference due to the pressure of open bar initiative that a man who has outright disregard for the rule of law is not a good teacher for lawyers on the subject is a good example of constructing amoral finishing post … Continue reading Are the military and Northern elites to blame for bloody religious wars in Nigeria?

Auditors, ethical judgement and whistleblowing

AUDITORS, ETHICAL JUDGEMENT AND WHISTLEBLOWING Itsaso Barrainkua and Marcelo Espinosa-Pike[1] examined widespread claims that professionalism among auditors has decreased. The assumption was due to a shift in paradigms and particularly because the global audit market is mostly controlled by profit-seeking individuals, groups and organizations. The book focused on auditors’ commitment to professional ethics, independent enforcement … Continue reading Auditors, ethical judgement and whistleblowing

Police: Suspects in Doborah’s murder not Nigerians

The police in Sokoto have categorized one of the prime suspects in the murder of Deborah Samuel as a foreign intruder from the neighbouring Niger Republic. Officials said the suspect could not be found in the metropolis despite being captured on camera proclaiming his role in the lynching and burning of the 200-level student of … Continue reading Police: Suspects in Doborah’s murder not Nigerians

Why coup against Vladimir Putin is unstoppable

A coup to remove Russian President Vladimir Putin is underway and it is "impossible to stop it," according to Ukrainian Major Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, the country's military intelligence chief. The defeat of Russia in Ukraine, Budanov explained to Sky News in an exclusive interview, will not only lead to Putin being removed, but also to disintegration. "It … Continue reading Why coup against Vladimir Putin is unstoppable