Azealia Banks Is Writing A Book, Releases An Excerpt
She releases today an excerpt from ?Idle Delilah,? a chapter named after one of her album songs. The fable involves slavery and is set in the deep South. However, Banks made clear the book is equipped with 16 chapters, an intro and a prelude, and is not entirely a story about slavery.
Hanson to lead One Nation against Lockyer CSG
UPDATE: Pauline Hanson has declared for the seat of Lockyer in the 2015 Queensland election saying she would fight for the farmers and against coal seam gas.
Pauline Hanson declares for Lockyer in Queensland election
PAULINE Hanson has declared for the seat of Lockyer in the 2015 Queensland election saying she would fight for the farmers and against coal seam gas.
Solomon Islands floods: search continues for missing
Tearful residents and aid workers in the flood-ravaged Solomon Islands are continuing to scour debris for bodies three days after flash floods tore through the capital Honiara.
Kids and the truth about Santa
For young children, there are few things more exciting than the thought of Santa Claus riding across the night sky in his sleigh, making rooftop stops to deliver toys to boys and girls all over the land.
Today in Politics
President Obama?s surprise announcement on Wednesday that he is restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba touched off a political storm, and the repercussions will undoubtedly be felt through 2016 and beyond.
Defining an ethical issue
Shareholders' Empowerment Services, or SES, a proxy advisory firm, has raised a red flag over the appointment of Indu Shahani, principal of Mumbai's HR College of Commerce & Economics, on the board of United Spirits in August.
Kelly touted as best boss in the world
Westpac CEO has 1-in-3 chance of becoming first woman and first Australian to win.
Westpac's Gail Kelly in running for world's best CEO title
Outgoing Westpac boss Gail Kelly has a one-in-three chance to become the first woman and Australian to win the 2016 Morningstar chief executive of the year award.
Is Gail Kelly world's top CEO?
Outgoing Westpac boss Gail Kelly has a one-in-three chance to become the first woman and Australian to win the 2014 Morningstar chief executive of the year award.