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Recent articles by Frank:

FDA panel endorses Pfizer vaccine for children aged five to 11

Children in the US could be offered the coronavirus vaccine as early as next week, after a key advisory committee voted overwhelmingly to endorse the use of Pfizer’s shot for those aged five to 11. → Read More

Teen equestrian star Cienna Knowles hospitalised with blood clots after Pfizer vaccine

A “super healthy” teen equestrian competitor who was hospitalised last week with blood clots in her chest has blamed the potentially “life-changing” injuries on the Pfizer vaccine. → Read More

‘Catastrophic’ shortage looming in weeks

The world’s largest carmakers and other users of aluminium could be forced to halt production within weeks amid a “catastrophic” shortage of magnesium across Europe. → Read More

Vancouver, BC: Cargo ship chemical fire after ‘bomb cyclone’ knocks containers into Pacific Ocean

Rough seas have knocked around 40 shipping containers off a cargo ship into Canadian waters, with a fire then breaking out on board forcing the evacuation of the crew. → Read More

‘Your six months is up’: Daniel Andrews hints boosters will be needed to keep fully vaccinated freedoms

Victorians may soon be required to get a third Covid-19 booster shot or lose their fully vaccinated freedoms. → Read More

Retailers turn to bizarre tactics to cover up empty shelves as US supply chain crisis worsens

Retailers in the US are resorting to bizarre methods to conceal increasingly bare shelves brought on by the supply chain crisis. → Read More

China tested two hypersonic space nukes with tech that appeared ‘to defy the laws of physics’

China tested two hypersonic “space nukes” earlier this year that demonstrated technology the United States does not currently possess and is struggling to understand, with claims the weapons appeared “to defy the laws of physics”. → Read More

‘Sorry, a slight distraction’: Jacinda Ardern’s cool response to NZ earthquake

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has gone viral for her cool reaction after an earthquake struck as she fronted a press conference. → Read More

Conservative host Candace Owens calls for US to invade Australia to free people from ‘tyranny’

A conservative US commentator has suggested America should “invade” to liberate Australians from “tyrannical” Covid-19 restrictions, likening the country to the early stages of a dictatorship under Hitler or Stalin. → Read More

‘It’s crap’: Victorian study claiming mandatory masks stopped second wave shredded by experts

A “world-first” Australian study which Victoria’s government has held up as proof its mandatory face mask policy worked is riddled with basic errors and should never have been published in a major journal, medical researchers and experts say. Victoria first made face masks mandatory outside the home in Melbourne during its second coronavirus wave in July 2020, but the Department of Health has… → Read More

Woolworths removes scissors and knives from all stores after Brunswick stabbing

Woolworths has temporarily removed scissors and knives for sale from all of its stores across Australia following a “distressing” stabbing incident in Melbourne earlier this week. → Read More

Aussie first in Google’s new Pixel phone

Google’s highly anticipated Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphone range is now available for pre-order in Australia. → Read More

Global experts call on World Health Organisation to ditch ‘prohibitionist’ anti-vaping stance

More than 100 global experts have slammed the World Health Organisation for a stubborn anti-vaping stance that is contributing to “millions” of avoidable smoking-related deaths. → Read More

Should Australian toy stores ditch the blue and pink and go ‘gender neutral’?

Australia should follow the lead of California and make toy stores “gender neutral” in order to reduce the impact of “harmful and outdated stereotypes” on young girls, a researcher says. → Read More

China stuns US with launch of hypersonic ‘space nuke’

China has unveiled a game-changing new “space nuke” that can evade missile defence systems and strike anywhere on the globe. → Read More

Cops smash alleged money laundering ring

Police in Victoria have smashed what they believe to be one of Australia’s largest ever money laundering operations, which allegedly moved tens of millions of dollars offshore using dormant bank accounts belonging to international students who had since left the country. → Read More

Scientists say windy weather can spread Covid-19

Windy weather may accelerate the spread of Covid-19 virus particles, according to new research which recommends the wearing of face masks outdoors “particularly in breezy conditions”. → Read More

Christmas chaos as supply crisis worsens

<p>Empty shelves, rising prices and long delays.</p> → Read More

Dominic Perrottet says he ‘believes in a big NSW’ after top bureaucrats call for two million migrant surge

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet says he “believes in a big NSW”, after a leaked proposal to bring in two million more migrants to rebuild Australia post-Covid was lashed as “crazy” by entrepreneur Dick Smith. → Read More

Most Australians want ‘race’ removed from the Constitution, poll suggests

As the federal government grapples with the implementation of an Indigenous-only “Voice to Parliament”, a new poll has suggested Australians would rather go in the opposition direction entirely. → Read More