'We're seeing an increase in stealing from shops, we're seeing an increase in drug use and council's CitySafe camera network has been working closely with police to keep Brisbane residents safe,' Mr Schrinner said, according to 7News. … [Read more...] about Revealed: The Australian city where crime has increased by 50 PER CENT during lockdown
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Martindale, of course, is currently starring alongside Byrne and Cate Blanchett (“another great Australian”) in the fantastic limited series Mrs America, which traces the rise and fall of the Equal Rights Amendment’s momentum through the 1970s women’s movement with Byrne, resplendent as feminist icon Gloria Steinem, and Blanchett, simply extraordinary as Steinem’s conservative and powerful detractor, Phyllis Schlafly. … [Read more...] about Rose Byrne leaves her mark on Mrs America co-star Margo Martindale — and her fans
John: Yes, once, on 20 September 1957 from Vampire T.11 WZ496 en route to R.A.F. Valley from the Cheshire Plain after a low level map reading exercise with my instructor Flight Lieutenant Rufus Heald (see his book “Rufus Remembers” for his account, which fails to mention my name!) On reaching our transit height of 10,500 feet we both saw the engine bay fire warning light come on. With the engine shut down it was impossible to reach R.A.F. Shawbury, the nearest suitable airfield, in the 160 knot glide and I was ordered to jettison the canopy, then eject at about 1,500 feet a.g.l. My Martin Baker seat worked perfectly and I landed, uninjured, in a stubble field near a farmhouse not far from Wem. Rufus Heald damaged an ankle on landing in a farmyard nearby and was grounded for a time. I was flying again four days later. When the aircraft crashed, there was no fire. I believe we were Nos. 57 and 58 on the Martin Baker “successful ejection” list. … [Read more...] about The Flare Path Talks to a Test Pilot