Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners’ Investment Chief, Dies at Age 63

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Migrant Surge at Border Strains El Paso – The Wall Street Journal

Migrant Surge at Border Strains El Paso  The Wall Street Journal Migrant arrivals at U.S.-Mexico border hit record levels  CBS Evening News BREAKING POINT: Border town politicians making migrant crisis worse, shelters overrun, mission director says  Fox News Group calls on leaders to do more for migrants stranded on El Paso streets  KVIA Concerns raised about number of border … Read more

Moscow PD: Call to 911 made from inside the residence, driver who took girls home ruled out as suspect | News

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Dylan Alcott’s new development for people living with disabilities

Disability advocate and 2022 Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott AO has lashed out at NDIS rorters while launching a groundbreaking new disability-inclusive job website designed, delivered and led by people living with a disability. In a press conference, Mr Alcott was questioned about the fraud uncovered in the NDIS that is under investigation by … Read more

Queensland disability pensioner loses $2000 a month after lotto win

A Queensland lotto winner on a disability pension is campaigning against a Centrelink decision that deemed him a professional gambler and stripped his household of $2000 a month. Craig Hill had $500 taken from both his and his wife’s fortnightly pension following his $60,000 Set For Life win in October, which secured him $5000 a … Read more

Australians hit with Centrelink overpayment notices over Coronavirus supplement

When Sydney-man Liam* first received a message from Centrelink advising him of an unpaid debt, he thought he was being targeted by a scam. He was confused by the “abrupt” and “insensitive” tone of the text, he told news.com.au The message read: “You need to start paying the money you owe to stop daily interest … Read more

Adults found dead are suspects in six children’s slayings at Broken Arrow home, police say after fire

Authorities responded to a fire at a home and found 2 adults and 6 children dead inside. Police say the 2 adults are being investigated as primary suspects. Update (10 a.m. Friday): The two adults found dead in a Broken Arrow home Thursday are considered suspects in a homicide investigation, according to police. … Read more

Adults are suspects in six children’s slayings at Broken Arrow home, police say after fire

Update (10 a.m. Friday): The two adults found dead in a Broken Arrow home Thursday are considered suspects in a homicide investigation, according to police. Six juvenile victims ranged from age 1 to 13, police said. They were found in one room of the house where the fire was contained, but none of the victims are … Read more

Federal budget: ACOSS welfare advocates urge Labor to ditch stage 3 tax cuts

Australians could access better mental health treatment, children could be lifted out of poverty and aged care homes could be properly staffed if the stage 3 tax cuts were scrapped. That’s the argument from a coalition of unions and public health and welfare advocates who are urging the Albanese government to ditch the contentious policy … Read more

Chilling warning that aged care sector at risk after huge losses

An essential industry in Australia is at serious risk of financial collapse after a new report revealed that two out of three nursing homes operated at a serious loss in 2020-21, with warnings an emergency injection of funds from the federal government is needed. Analysis of more than 1300 residential aged care homes across Australia … Read more