Trees marked by Aboriginal cultural practices are a distinctive part of the Australian landscape. A recent discovery on Wiradjuri country in New South Wales shows some of these “culturally modified trees” may be much younger than anybody thought. What are culturally modified trees?Aboriginal people have long used bark, wood and
China appears to have rebuilt and expanded a military camp in the Himalayas that was the site of a deadly border clash with India, satellite images show.
Images appear to show potential new camp in disputed territory, raising fears of further conflict
Pictures show what appear to be extensive building on a raised river terrace overlooking the Galwan River.
Satellite Images Show Huge 'Permanent' Chinese Troop Expansion At Site Of India Border Clash
"I know how hard it was just to get into Netflix so now that I’m in and I got the door open, well I’m gonna bring some other Filipinos in."
New satellite imagery from the disputed border area of the Himalayas between China and India shows evidence that China has been building up its military presence after a clash there that left 20 Indian troops dead earlier this month.
Mike Dean has brought a smile to the faces of fans watching the Merseyside derby, as the maverick referee emerged from lockdown with a new beard. Social media has gone wild for the new look.
Villa Park will host the first official game - a 6pm kick-off on Wednesday - since the league was suspended on March 13, and the club are keen to create an atmosphere in the absence of supporters.
Google has transformed more than any other Silicon Valley company in the last decade – and a trip back to its old corporate website reveals just how much.
During a panel titled “Showrunner Superpanel: where do we go from here” at the virtual edition of the BANFF World Media Festival, a roster of some of the top shows on television talked about their journeys to Hollywood. Steven Canals (Pose), Tanya Saracho (Vida), Anna Winger (Unorthodox), Liz Tigelaar (Little Fires Everywhere), Kerry Ehrin (The [