Footage of Brisbane’s RAAF airshow rehearsal has spooked US viewers

Incredible footage of a C-17 plane weaving over Brisbane’s skyline has turned heads across the globe, as the Royal Australian Airforce conducted a rehearsal for an upcoming airshow. The jet was filmed from multiple angles by startled onlookers as it made its way over the city at low altitude. The Thursday afternoon flyover preceded the Sunsuper Riverfire event, which begins […]

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Lady Louise Windsor could be Royal Family’s ‘secret weapon’, claims royal expert

Lady Louise Windsor could be the Royal Family's 'secret weapon', and has been tipped to play an 'important role' in a new 'slimmed-down monarchy' by one royal expert. The 17-year-old daughter of Prince Edward typically stays out of the limelight, but her impressive performance in the BBC's new Prince Philip documentary has people talking. Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers […]

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Great Wall of Lights: China’s sea power on Darwin’s doorstep

It’s 3 am, and after five days plying through the high seas, the Ocean Warrior is surrounded by an atoll of blazing lights that overtakes the nighttime sky. “Welcome to the party!” says third officer Filippo Marini as the spectacle floods the ship’s bridge and interrupts his overnight watch. It’s the conservationists’ first glimpse of the world’s largest fishing fleet: […]

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Biden Promised to Follow the Science. But Sometimes, He Gets Ahead of the Experts.

WASHINGTON — As he announced on Friday that booster shots would be available to some Americans, President Biden made a prediction: His administration was likely to soon provide third doses of the vaccine “across the board” to anyone who wanted one. “In the near term, we’re probably going to open this up,” he told reporters in remarks from the State […]

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How Democrats Could Shrink Their $3.5 Trillion Budget Bill

WASHINGTON — As Democratic leaders struggle to unite their caucus behind a sprawling domestic policy package, it is increasingly clear the $3.5 trillion in spending and tax increases will have to be pared back, possibly by a lot, to make it to President Biden’s desk. That will involve difficult choices for a party fractured by mistrust and competing priorities. But […]

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Mugen and King Motorsports to Reissue Classic MF10 Wheel

If there’s one area of car building that Honda fanatics take the most pride in, it’s undoubtedly wheel selection. Whether your focus is adding a little spice to your daily driver, extracting as much physical traction as possible from your track weapon, or piecing together a stunning showpiece, wheels have long been praised or blamed for making or breaking a […]

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Stefano Domenicali: ''Beautiful' experiencing title fight as an outsider

Stefano Domenicali says the 2021 title fight is producing “incredible” tension – and is happy he is not directly involved in it himself.  One of the closest championship battles in the sport’s recent history is taking place this year with Red Bull and Max Verstappen going head to head with Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton. Domenicali was involved in a fair […]

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Meghan and Harrys New York tour nothing more than marketing stunt, expert says

The Sussexes' first major appearance since leaving the Royal Family was solely driven by a desire to promote their own image, a royal commentator has claimed. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their first public debut in New York this week, but their outing was a wasted opportunity according to columnist Daniela Elser. The Duke and Duchess visited the Big […]

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Romain Grosjean, Callum Ilott confirm 2022 IndyCar moves | Planet F1

Romain Grosjean’s anticipated move to Andretti Autosport for the 2022 IndyCar season has been confirmed. And the Frenchman will be joined by another fellow European single-seater racer making the move Stateside as Callum Ilott has been signed for a full campaign by the Juncos Hollinger team. After his Formula 1 career was ended by that horrifying fireball crash in Bahrain […]

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