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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Andrew Yang tells tech at Sam Altman’s San Francisco fundraiser

Andrew Yang tells tech at Sam Altman’s San Francisco fundraiser

Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang may have been born in New York, but the mood at a money-raising event in Silicon Valley this week was that of a homecoming. The Yang Gang's biggest spenders in San Francisco gathered for a fundraiser on Wednesday afternoon, w…
How the Coalition became a lightning rod for climate rage

How the Coalition became a lightning rod for climate rage

Until then, Abbott had not been seeking the leadership but he declared as he left Hockey's office that, if necessary, he would run against Turnbull. In the 2009 Liberal leadership spill, Tony Abbott beat Malcolm Turnbull by a single vote. Andrew Meares Down…
BP dismisses defence of Hitler parody as ‘semantics’

BP dismisses defence of Hitler parody as ‘semantics’

He told the bench the meme was used to juxtapose the overreaction in the scene with banal situations for humorous effect and was used in a range of scenarios, from mocking the Fremantle Dockers to the cutting off of a person's Xbox. "It's remarkable that giv…
Last message:  ‘Seriously looks and sounds like apocalypse out there’

Last message: ‘Seriously looks and sounds like apocalypse out there’

His death follows that of Julie Fletcher, 63, who died in the town of Johns River, and Wytaliba locals Vivian Chaplain, 69, and the elderly George Nole. A coronial report will determine the timing and cause of Mr Parsons' death, but in a social media post la…
Yield curve reversal hinges on trade deal

Yield curve reversal hinges on trade deal

"It's very much consistent with a pricing out of recession risk by the market," said Beverley Morris, rates and inflation director at QIC. "There's definitely been more signs of optimism in the bond market in the last few weeks. It's taken out a lot of expec…
Mackenzie the man who cut BHP down to size

Mackenzie the man who cut BHP down to size

Mackenzies six years as chief executive were marked by the sale of the US shale business, which put an end to a seven year loss-making investment, and the demerger of a portfolio of unwanted assets that would become South32. He also closed the door on future…
Death toll from NSW fires rises to four

Death toll from NSW fires rises to four

His death follows that of Julie Fletcher, 63, who died in the town of Johns River, and Wytaliba locals Vivian Chaplain, 69, and the elderly George Nole. Rural Fire Service NSW Deputy Commissioner Rob Rogers said the passing of Tuesday's "catastrophic" fire w…
‘The job is not done’: Henry to make BHP leaner

‘The job is not done’: Henry to make BHP leaner

Mr Henry, 53, beat key internal rival chief financial officer and strategy head Peter Beaven to the role, as well as America's mining head Danny Malchuk and what Mr MacKenzie described as "quality" external candidates. "Mikes deep experience both operational…
Employers face FBT hit on staff car parking

Employers face FBT hit on staff car parking

"If this new ruling comes into effect, employers will now have to pay FBT for their staff car parking, if they are located within one kilometre of such sites. "It is a clear contradiction of the original intent of the legislation to apply to CBD parking and …
Harold Mitchell emails are ‘damning’, court hears

Harold Mitchell emails are ‘damning’, court hears

Under cross-examination by Mr Mitchell's barrister Matt Collins, QC, Mr Tanner said he became aware that Mr Mitchell had been emailing Mr McWilliam just three months ago when ASIC's lawyers showed them to him. Seven paid $195 million for the broadcasting rig…

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Americans react with frustration, skepticism to Day 1 of impeachment testimony | CBC News

Americans react with frustration, skepticism to Day 1 of impeachment testimony | CBC News

In an America bitterly divided over its politics, watering holes can exist in parallel worlds just blocks apart. It was as true as ever on Wednesday, Day 1 of the televised impeachment hearings. In Washington, D.C., different bars were distinct bubbles with …

Hong Kong students hunker down for showdown amid talk of curfew | CBC News

Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters paralyzed parts of the Chinese-ruled city for a fourth day on Thursday, forcing schools to close and blocking highways as students built barricades and stockpiled makeshift weapons, setting the stage for campus showdowns. C…
Scottish Rugby ‘expresses regret’ and accepts £70,000 fine for World Cup criticism

Scottish Rugby ‘expresses regret’ and accepts £70,000 fine for World Cup criticism

Scotland lost to Japan in a match that had been under threat due to extreme weather World Rugby says the Scottish Rugby Union has "expressed its regret" over conduct at the World Cup and will not contest a £70,000 fine. The penalty came after criticism of t…