Monthly Archives: September 2023

‘This is not over’: Treasury flags further action against PwC Australia over further breaches of trust | PwC

Federal Treasury is assessing what further action to take against PwC Australia in response to the company’s revelation of a series of additional confidentiality breaches involving government secrets. Treasury has already referred the company to the Australian Federal Police, which has an ongoing investigation into how confidential information about multinational tax policy was misused to… Read More »

Exploring Chicago on a Budget: 31 Free Activities

The Lincoln Park Zoo is one of Chicago’s many free sights and attractions. getty Chicago, often nicknamed the Windy City, is known for its vibrant culture, stunning architecture and rich history. While it’s easy to get carried away by the bustling metropolis and its seemingly endless entertainment options, you don’t need to spend a lot… Read More »

Stardew Valley player plays hilarious prank on Lewis

Highlights Stardew Valley fans have found new and fun ways to interact with the game’s characters, like pranking Mayor Lewis. The Pelican Town Community Center in Stardew Valley can be decorated, which surprised many fans who were unaware of the feature. One player put up Lewis’ shorts for everyone to see, showing that some fun… Read More »

NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull will temporarily evacuate and transfer all patients due to power outages and electrical damage caused by flooding

NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull will temporarily evacuate and transfer all patients due to power outages and electrical damage caused by flooding September 30, 2023 New York, NY Following a neighborhood power outage caused by extreme rainfall yesterday, NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull announced today that the hospital will execute a phased and orderly evacuation of all… Read More »

Home Insurance Costs Are Rising: Here’s Why

The ‘Barron’s Roundtable’ panel provides insights into the increasing pressure on consumers. Many Americans continue to be notified that their home insurance premiums will become more expensive. These increases are due to many factors, including rising construction material costs, ongoing supply chain issues and ongoing labor shortages, according to the Insurance Information Institute, the leading… Read More »

North Macedonia national park’s growing bear population poses a threat to residents

SKOPJE, North Macedonia (AP) — A growing population of bears poses a threat to people in an area in the west North Macedoniawhere bear break-ins are increasingly common. This year, a dozen cases of bears trying to break into homes in search of food have been reported by fearful residents living in the mountainous area… Read More »

Evelyn Fox Keller, who turned a feminist lens on science, dies at 87

Evelyn Fox Keller, theoretical physicist, mathematical biologist and, from the late 1970s, a feminist theorist who explored the way gender permeates and distorts scientific inquiry, died on September 22 in a nursing home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 87. His children, Jeffrey and Sarah Keller, confirmed his death. They did not specify a cause. Keller trained as… Read More »

Here’s How to Eat Really Well on a Princess Cruise to Alaska

A Princess Cruise ship sailing through Skagway, Alaska Princess Cruises As much as I love cruises for a variety of reasons, such as convenience and ease, eating really well while sailing the high seas is, unfortunately, the exception, not the norm. So, as someone who travels frequently with good food in mind, I made it… Read More »