Month: November 2021

Theo Hayez: Legal technicality in Byron Bay backpacker inquest

The Google account of a missing Byron Bay backpacker has provided a “digital data trail” charting his suspected last moments before he disappeared, an inquest has been told.

But crucial data that may hold the key to what happened to Theo Hayez on the night he disappeared cannot be accessed by investigators due to a legal technicality with Belgian authorities – described by counsel assisting the coroner as an “unacceptable situation”.

Mr Hayez, 18, was reported missing from Byron Bay in May 2019 after leaving a popular bar late at night.

Family of the Belgian national have flown into Australia

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Adele, Spotify and how streaming changed the sound of music. Plus: an extremely online vocab test | Culture

After Adele got Spotify to hide their album shuffle button, Alyx Gorman, Michael Sun and Steph Harmon called up Aria-winner Georgia Mooney, of All Our Exes Live In Texas, to talk about writing music for the world of streaming – and trying to make a buck from it. Later, Alyx quizzes Michael and Steph on Macquarie Dictionary’s new contenders for Word of the Year

How to listen to podcasts: everything you need to know

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Get Ready For Lagos International Film Festival | The Guardian Nigeria News

By Guardian Nigeria

27 November 2021   |  
1:21 am

All is set for the return of the Lagos International Film Festival dubbed LIFF 2021. Founded in 2008 by notable Filmpreneur, Madu Chikwendu, as a festival that demonstrate a concern to improve the world through movies..

All is set for the return of the Lagos International Film Festival dubbed LIFF 2021. Founded in 2008 by notable Filmpreneur, Madu Chikwendu, as a festival that demonstrate a concern to improve the world through movies, LIFF went off the radar for a few edition, but it is returning to Lagos now and will hold

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P&C Ag’s 6 Stages of Adoption for Autonomous Farming Vehicles

Mike Houghtaling founded P&C Ag Solutions in 2000 to satisfy demand for an independent agronomist/technology consultant to help growers select and integrate new and emerging precision ag technologies. Today, the independent retailer represents 40 lines (including Ag Leader, Precision Planting, 360 Yield Center, OPI Integris, Dawn, Martin and Yetter) — all of which are first proven on the widely diversified 3,000-acre farm he operates with family members.

“The biggest hurdle to clear with autonomy is the speed at which it’s moving,” says Houghtaling, now president of P&C Ag in Reese, Mich. “It’s still going too slow, and development is being

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“When travel resumed, budget and ultra-luxury segments were first to revive”: Pallavi Agarwal, goSTOPS

In conversation with the founder and CEO of backpacker hostel chain goSTOPS on the brand’s marketing initiatives and key travel trends.

Imagine exploring the resort town of Manali, the ethereal Rohtang Pass, the beautiful hamlet of Kasol, or the lanes of Rajasthan, all without burning a hole in your pocket. There are a host of cheap homestays or accommodation options available at these Indian tourist destinations. But they may not necessarily provide the best facilities and experience for young travellers.

What makes a backpacker hostel different or unique is that it not only is easy on your pocket, but also

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Best red carpet fashion from 2021 American Music Awards in LA

Written by Megan C. Hills, CNN

Cardi B, Olivia Rodrigo and Larray were among celebrities embracing the post-lockdown return to glamour at the American Music Awards tonight, where plenty of sequins, flashes of skin and sleek tailoring were seen at the event’s red carpet.

The awards, held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, honors the best music by newcomers and established talent in the industry, across genres from country to R&B.
Rapper Cardi B, who hosted the event, set the bar high for fashion this evening, arriving to the red carpet wearing a golden mask, statement earrings and a
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10 films to watch this December

10 films to watch this December

(Image credit: Niko Tavernise/ Twentieth Century Fox)

Stephen Spielberg takes on legendary musical West Side Story, Spider-Man is contending with the multiverse and Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand are in a spooky Shakespeare adaptation.

(Credit: Niko Tavernise/ Netflix)

(Credit: Niko Tavernise/ Netflix)

Don’t Look Up 

People are often slow to react to a cataclysm, whether it’s a climate emergency or a global pandemic – and it was this tendency that prompted Adam McKay (The Big Short, Vice) to make his new satire, Don’t Look Up. Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio play two astronomers who have calculated that

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Group to Empower 3,000 Victims of Herders, Farmers’ Clashes in Nasarawa

Igbawase Ukumba in Lafia

The Catholic Diocese of Makurdi’s Foundation for Justice, Development and Peace (FJDP) yesterday said it would empower about 3,000 victims of the herders/farmers clashes in Nasarawa State.

The Programme Manager of the FJDP, Mr. Valentine Kwaghchimin, disclosed this when he led a team from the group to Awe Local Government Area of Nasarawa State on enumeration exercise for the victims.

Kwaghchimin said: “We hope to empower 1,500 pastoralists, 1,500 farmers with livelihood means. Place them on good mentoring programme. We will look at their future, the future where their current generating incomes are no longer feasible,

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The Best Winter Boots for Men in 2021-2022

Whether shuffling from car to chairlift or slogging in the frozen woods, a good pair of boots is requisite footwear for surviving winter and fall. Here we outline the best winter boots for men.

To give you a jumpstart on the season, we’ve kicked the rubber on a lot of soles to find the best winter boots for men. Because winter varies so much around the country — from slush and mud to deep powder — we included a variety of boots from puddle-stomping to hell freezing over.

Below, we break the article into five sections:

Of course, some boots

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