Great to see Australia triumph in the great sport of Wheelchair Rugby’s world championship.
The Steelers missed out by one point in the previous world championship and had a disappointing Paralympics.
Now they’re back on top with a well-deserved victory against their traditional rivals, the USA.
Wheelchair rugby has long been this bureau’s favourite sport and this year’s tournament was once again a great event.
Australian star Riley Batt was named the tournament’s MVP and was the leading scorer, with 231 tries.
Sixty years ago this month, both the first James Bond film and The Beatles debut single were released.
Amazing that they were both released on the same day: October 5, 1962.
It was a fine effort of the New York Mets to get 101 wins in the regular season.
Yet the exit to the hands of the Padres can only disappoint.
This bureau likes the haptic feedback now offered in iOS 16.
It’s one of those things that makes the user wonder how anyone ever survived without it.
Alexis Petridis looks at the illusion of music choice where, when listeners have access to everything, they retreat to time-worn habits.
Listening to the radio, television, and reading music press isn’t likely to come back, but their gatekeeping role is sorely missed.
It had its problems, but so did the modern system. It’s freeing to access nearly everything, but some guidance wouldn’t go astray.