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Sakaja leads funds drive for ailing legend Benjamin Ayimba, Uhuru gives Ksh.1M
On Friday, Ayimba's family made an appeal for financial help to settle his medical bill that currently stands at Ksh. 2million. Ayimba, who masterminded Kenya's historic victory in the Singapore Sevens final in 2016,...

Botched vaccine rollout requires diplomatic and scientific solutions
That calculation changed significantly on Thursday night, when the government said Australians aged under 50 should only get the AstraZeneca vaccine when the benefit outweighs the risk of a rare clotting disorder that affects between four and eight people for...

Australia to drop harassment exemption for judges and politicians
Early a year ago, a report by Australia's sex discrimination commissioner called for broad changes to workplace laws including removing exemptions for public sector employers and people who hire volunteers. Zali Steggall, an independent member of...

'Never give in, never retreat': Spirit still shines for Rats of Tobruk
They span in age from 99 to 102 but for the seven remaining Rats of Tobruk, who forged their own legend during WWII, memories are vivid and mateship lives on. Wes Hosking. follow. @WesHosking. 4 min read. April 10, 2021 - 6:00PM. Sunday Herald Sun.

The Wynnum Herald - no more hard copy

The Wynnum Herald a paper that has server the Wynnum Manly area since the first issue in January 1946, printed copy has come to an end. The paper founded by brothers George and Stan Lockwood is now only available on line via subscription to The Courier Mail.

To fill the gap local resident Damian Lugg has been working on a local monthly newsletter with the first issue being June 2020. The 1st edition will be delivered this week and is available online click here for issue 1.