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COVID-19 is a reminder that just because extreme events are very unly does not mean they should not be ignored completely. 

House values are unly to fall materially and will either move sideways or at most fall by up to 5 per cent over the next three to six months.

The ASXtrading higher after a volatile open; Speedcast files for bankruptcy; Western Areas affirms FY20 guidance, flags nickel weakness.

A group of 15 “concerned Australians” have written to the Prime Minister and National Cabinet to get businesses back on their feet by May. Follow our live coronavirus blog here.

Every time the company analysed a new federal government support package for the airline industry, Virgin seemed to come off second best.

After leaving politics Malcolm Turnbull tried to join the board of Snowy Hydro, which would have allowed him to oversee his pet project, Snowy 2.0.

A Porsche driver who allegedly fled a crash site where four police officers were killed is due to face a Melbourne court charged with a raft of offences.

How the coronavirus is changing markets, business and politics.

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'It's just a suggestion from a brilliant lab by a very, very smart, perhaps brilliant man,' Donald Trump told a White House briefing.

Nine leading thinkers, including two Nobel-Prize-winning economists, explain how the pandemic will lead to permanent shifts in political and economic power.

Is that leopard print wrap dress you love a little racy for wearing out to work? Why not wear it in to work instead?

One of the biggest concerns of a prolonged nationwide shutdown is a build-up of debt which will stall the economic recovery, says Qantas chairman Richard Goyder.

How to keep your neighbours happy in your apartment block if you're fitting in some home improvements while they're working from home.

The balanced fund’s near 3 per cent decline comes despite a 45.6 per cent allocation to international and domestic shares, which have increased in value over the month.

Australia-domiciled Lynas has cleared the first hurdle in a race to win a critical Pentagon heavy rare earths contract.

A Porsche driver who allegedly fled a crash site where four police officers were killed is due to face a Melbourne court charged with a raft of offences.

The private equity firm, believed to be backed by AustralianSuper, has warned that foreign investors won't have the interests of workers front of mind.

Ms Castle resigned amid significant criticism, including a letter from 11 former Wallabies captains demanding a leadership overhaul of the code.

The new disclosure requirements for capital raisings might only be a first step if companies and their advisers don't take them seriously. 

The ASX dismisses concerns new rules requiring firms to tell regulators how shares are allocated in capital raisings will be “grit in the gears” of dealmaking.

The billionaire investor and founder of Bridgewater Associates said he's working with both historians and political experts to connect pieces of the past together to better understand the future.

About one in six American workers have lost their jobs in the past five weeks, by far the worst string of layoffs on record.

The combined wealth of America's billionaires, including Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Tesla chief Elon Musk, increased nearly 10 per cent.

Gilead Sciences shares were whipsawed for the second time in a week after a summary of a Chinese trial of its Covid-19 drug appeared to show that it was a failure.

Australian shares are set to open slightly higher as markets continued to make gains despite uniformly dire economic data in Europe, the US and the UK.

The social distancing mandated by Covid-19 is generating an old-fashioned, more communal Anzac Day.

Andrew Clark

Senior Writer

House values are unly to fall materially and will either move sideways or at most fall by up to 5 per cent over the next three to six months.

Christopher Joye


Government, business and unions remain wary of each other's agendas. Yet the reward for more consensus could be a renewed faith in institutions.

Phillip Coorey

Political editor

The Morrison government is able to claim credit on managing the health crisis, but managing the economic crisis is only becoming harder.

The nation's top econocrats and Australia's whole reform history says the economy must be unburdened if national prosperity is to survive the coronavirus

As the government began pressing the case for “productivity-enhancing” reforms, Centre Alliance, Jacqui Lambie and One Nation said they would approach the process with open minds.

Some of Australia's most senior company directors have poured cold water on predictions of a sharp post-virus rebound for the economy.

Staff at tech giants Google and Atlassian may be forced to fill in timesheets after the Fair Work Commission denied a bid to preserve overtime flexibility.

It is possible for the western half of Australia to begin to relax COVID-19 restraints earlier than states in the east but the surveillance system required to keep them safe is not yet in place, according to one of the government’s chief modellers.

Company shutdowns, government restrictions and steep falls in domestic and international demand caused the key manufacturing and service index to collapse in April.

EU leaders have unexpectedly agreed to a €1 trillion collective rescue for Europe's free-falling economies as key data showed growth well below that of the GFC.

For many Latinos, Biden's embrace of the Obama years is a frightening reminder of when the former president ejected about 3 million people living in the US illegally.

Some universities will struggle if foreign students do not return in vast numbers.

Some cities in China are forcing returning residents to quaratine for as long as 28 days as new coronavirus clusters emerge in the country's north.

As Australian news publishers prepare to parley with Google and over ad revenues, the lesson from Europe is that disunity means defeat.

InterContinental Hotels Australasian boss Abhijay Sandilya says it will only reopen hotels when demand is back at sustainable levels.

The state government is counting on unleashing private money and projects to stimulate an economy facing a “bleak and devastating” recession.

The 100-room apartment hotel on the corner of Sussex and Liverpool Streets is one of around 40 Sydney hotels temporarily closed due to  the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Commercial property finance

Victory Offices is looking to muster fresh equity to bolster its finances as the co-working sector slows in response to the pandemic

Beyond the immediate pain, the pandemic's devastation will accelerate a wide-ranging reset of rents and asset values that was already under way.

Investor hopes for dividends from the major banks could rest on a guessing game ahead of the financials' earnings season.

The restaurant group's valuation is not the cheapest, but there is a significant growth runway now that it is through the worst of the outbreak in China.

A balance of equities, high-quality credit and cash/gold would make more sense than term deposits, writes John Wasiliev, who answers your questions on superannuation.

Robert Potter spent a few hours on Wednesday testing if he could get into the World Health Organisation from his home in Canberra. It wasn't difficult.

As Australian news publishers prepare to parley with Google and over ad revenues, the lesson from Europe is that disunity means defeat.

Technology developers have dropped more frivolous pursuits to solve problems caused by the pandemic.

Australia's biggest law firms have dominated the Best Lawyers survey for 2020.

Class actions lawyer Christine Tran says her elevation to the partnership of Herbert Smith Freehills during the COVID-19 lockdown came as a welcome surprise.

The acclaimed singer-songwriter wasn't due to be on the road for most of 2020 anyway, but she's angry on behalf of those who were.

An English art gallery has gone one better than virtual tours, offering an AI guide to take you remotely through its halls.

As more people are instructed to stay indoors, sales of designer lingerie and intimate products are thriving.

With a sauce that simply means cheese and pepper and just a handful of ingredients, it couldn’t be simpler or faster to make. But it takes a certain technique.

No running of the bulls, no Oktoberfest, no open borders – will Europe have a summer at all?

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  • Sally Patten and Patrick Durkin




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Cricut Giveaway: Enter to Win!


This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won’t cost you a penny more)! Read my full disclosure policy.

Enter below for the chance to win a Cricut Maker, self-healing mat, TrueControl knife, and a cutting ruler! Giveaway ends on April 25, 2020. Open to US and Canadian residents only. See official rules below for details. 

Tip: I’ve provided many different options for you to enter in the form below to ensure you can do at least one — just pick the ones you feel you can do your access and comfort level with technology.

Do note that each option gives you a separate entry, and you can do some options on a daily basis. Winner is randomly picked, and is not chosen how many entries are collected (though the more entries you get, the higher your chances).

  If you have any issues with any of the options, please email my amazing support team at [email protected] and we’d be happy to assist you!

You can also click here to view the entry form in a new window.

Cricut Cutting Ruler (Mint)

We will choose one winner who will win all of the above.

Past Winners:

  • March 2020: Beth Hanley and Tammy Post (Cricut Joy and Starter Tool Set)
  • February 2020: Pietra Cruz (Cricut Maker in Rose, Cricut Cutting Bundle, Cricut Weeding Tools)
  • January 2020: Debra Spangler (Cricut Maker in Blue, Cricut Cutting Bundle, Cricut Weeding Tools)
  • December 2019: Beth Gordon (Cricut EasyPress 2), Suzanne Kutz (Cricut Engraving Pack), Lora Brown (Cricut Maker), Alicia Swaim (Cricut Explore Air 2), Enis Blizman (Waterslide Decal Pack), Heather Motz (Cricut Coach Playbook), Tracey Eastwood (Plaid Glitter Tumbler Pack), Irene Walker (Fabric Tumble Pack), Monica Cook (Storyboard Tumbler Pack), Fern Barrett (Cricut Explore Air 2), Laura Setzer (Cricut Coach Playbook),  Kim Callahan (Cricut Coach Playbook), Stepanie Walters (Cricut Coach Playbook), Leigh Davidson (Cricut Coach Playbook), Kaitlyn Miklinevich (Cricut Coach Playbook), Brittany Smith (Cricut Coach Playbook), Monalisa Ramos (Cricut Coach Playbook), Katisa Kersey (Cricut Coach Playbook), Ruth Hanks (Cricut Coach Playbook), Kathy Rojas (Cricut Maker), Leigh Ann Boyd (Glass Etching Pack), Theresa Canterbury (Iron-On T-shirt Pack), Jessi Lynch (Pop Up Birdcage Pack), Cynthia Johnson (Explosion Box Card Pack), Traci McDonald (Star Lantern Pack)
  • Black Friday 2019: Angela Zlatic (Cricut Explore Air 2 in Matte Black)
  • November 2019: Sheng Xiong (Cricut Maker in Mint plus the Cricut Scoring Wheel (with Quick Swap Housing), the Engraving Tip, and the Debossing Tip)
  • Cricut Be Kind (early November 2019) – Tara Hodge (Cricut Access Membership plus a Cricut Explore Air in Sky to give to her friend Sherry) 
  • October 2019 – Kaitlin Baca (Cricut Maker and Cricut BrightPad, both in Rose)
  • September 2019 – Melanie Cariaga (Cricut Explore Air 2) and Christ Reinhart (Cricut Explore Air 2)
  • Summer 2019 – Lois Phillips Barrows (Cricut Maker), Toni Babcock, Alice Dilts, Linda Cook, Olga Clark, and Tambra Beauvais
  • Winter 2018 – Suzy Bogue, Mackenzie Watkins, Amy Baker, Mary Robinson, Aurora Mandy, Maria Naville, Sharon Lehrer, Star Pelsue

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1. Eligibility: Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) is open only to those who sign up at the online sweepstakes page and who are at least 13+ years old at the time of entry. The sweepstakes is open to the legal residents of the United States and Canada and is void where prohibited by law.

Employees of JenniferMaker LLC (the “Sponsor”) their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising and promotion agencies, suppliers and their immediate family members and/or those living in the same household of each are not eligible to participate in the Sweepstakes. Past Giveaway winners are not eligible to enter or win a prize in this Sweepstakes.

  The Sweepstakes is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited.

2. Agreement to Rules: By participating, you agree to be fully unconditionally bound by these Rules, and you represent and warrant that you meet the eligibility requirements set forth herein. In addition, you agree to accept the decisions of JenniferMaker LLC, as final and binding as it relates to the content. The Sweepstakes is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws.

3. Sweepstakes Period: Entries will be accepted online starting on or about March 39, 2019 at 6:00 PM and ending April 25, 2020 at 11:59 PM. All online entries must be received by April 25, 2020 at 11:59 PM. All times are (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada).

4. How to Enter: The Sweepstakes must be entered by submitting an entry using the online form provided on this site. The entry must fulfill all sweepstakes requirements, as specified, to be eligible to win a prize. Entries that are not complete or do not adhere to the rules or specifications may be disqualified at the sole discretion of JenniferMaker LLC.

You may enter only once and you must fill in the information requested. You may not enter more times than indicated by using multiple e-mail addresses, identities or devices in an attempt to circumvent the rules.

If you use fraudulent methods or otherwise attempt to circumvent the rules your submission may be removed from eligibility at the sole discretion of JenniferMaker LLC.

5. Prizes: The approximate retail value of all prizes is $490. The prizes are: one (1) Cricut Maker, one (1) self-healing mat, one (1) TrueControl Knife, and one (1) cutting ruler. You are not guaranteed to win a prize and your chance of winning is dependent on the total number of eligible entries received.

Actual/appraised value may differ at time of prize award. The specifics of the prize shall be solely determined by the Sponsor. No cash or other prize substitution permitted except at Sponsor’s discretion. The prize is nontransferable.

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JenniferMaker LLC shall have no liability for a winner’s failure to receive notices due to winners’ spam, junk e-mail or other security settings or for winners’ provision of incorrect or otherwise non-functioning contact information.

If the selected winner cannot be contacted, is ineligible, fails to claim the prize within 24 hours from the time award notification was sent, or fails to timely return a completed and executed declaration and releases as required, prize may be forfeited and an alternate winner selected.

The receipt by winner of the prize offered in this Sweepstakes is conditioned upon compliance with any and all federal and state laws and regulations. ANY VIOLATION OF THESE OFFICIAL RULES BY ANY WINNER (AT SPONSOR’S SOLE DISCRETION) WILL RESULT IN SUCH WINNER’S DISQUALIFICATION AS WINNER OF THE SWEEPSTAKES AND ALL PRIVILEGES AS WINNER WILL BE IMMEDIATELY TERMINATED.


Rights Granted by you: By entering this content you understand that JenniferMaker LLC, anyone acting on behalf of JenniferMaker LLC, or its respective licensees, successors and assigns will have the right, where permitted by law, without any further notice, review or consent to print, publish, broadcast, distribute, and use, worldwide in any media now known or hereafter in perpetuity and throughout the World, your entry, including, without limitation, the entry and winner’s name, portrait, picture, voice, ness, image or statements about the Sweepstakes, and biographical information as news, publicity or information and for trade, advertising, public relations and promotional purposes without any further compensation.

9. Terms: JenniferMaker LLC reserves the right, in its sole discretion to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Sweepstakes should (in its sole discretion) a virus, bugs, non-authorized human intervention, fraud or other causes beyond its control corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness or proper conduct of the Sweepstakes.

In such case, JenniferMaker LLC may select the recipients from all eligible entries received prior to and/or after (if appropriate) the action taken by JenniferMaker LLC.

JenniferMaker LLC reserves the right at its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who tampers or attempts to tamper with the entry process or the operation of the Sweepstakes or website or violates these Terms & Conditions.

JenniferMaker LLC has the right, in its sole discretion, to maintain the integrity of the Sweepstakes, to void votes for any reason, including, but not limited to; multiple entries from the same user from different IP addresses; multiple entries from the same computer in excess of that allowed by sweepstakes rules; or the use of bots, macros or scripts or other technical means for entering. Any attempt by an entrant to deliberately damage any web site or undermine the legitimate operation of the sweepstakes may be a violation of criminal and civil laws and should such an attempt be made, JenniferMaker LLC reserves the right to seek damages from any such person to the fullest extent permitted by law.

By entering the Sweepstakes you agree to receive email newsletters periodically from JenniferMaker LLC. You can opt- receiving this communication at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the newsletter.


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As a condition of participating in this Sweepstakes, participant agrees that any and all disputes which cannot be resolved between the parties, and causes of action arising or connected with this Sweepstakes, shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action, exclusively before a court located in MI having jurisdiction. Further, in any such dispute, under no circumstances will participant be permitted to obtain awards for, and hereby waives all rights to claim punitive, incidental, or consequential damages, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, other than participant’s actual out-of-pocket expenses (i.e. costs associated with entering this Sweepstakes), and participant further waives all rights to have damages multiplied or increased.

12. Privacy Policy: Information submitted with an entry is subject to the Privacy Policy stated on the JenniferMaker LLC Web Site. Read the Privacy Policy here:

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14. Sponsor: The Sponsor of the Sweepstakes is JenniferMaker LLC, 3550 Liberty St., Suite 5, Ann Arbor, MI, 48103, United States.

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VT State Cheese Board Championships 2019


The Vermont Wood Works Council is very excited to announce our top WINNERS!!

GRAND PRIZE-2019 Vermont Cheese Board Champions- Tied between Paul Christiansen, Clearlake Furniture, & Mark Dabelstein of Dabelstein Woodworks (Overall First place). Shown above.

“The Cheesiest” sponsored by Cabot Creamery-Winner is Dave Ferry

“Most Vermonty” sponsored by Lenny's Show & Apparel. Winner is Randy Crossman, Vermont Woodshop (Overall 3rd place)

“Essence of Shelburne Farms” sponsored by Shelburne Farms. Winner is Steve Hadeka, Pleasant Ranch.

“Technical Wiz” sponsored by Russell Supply-Winner is Paul Christiansen, Clearlake Furniture.Mike Rainville of Maple Landmark won overall 2nd place.

Top 20 Finalists were:

Adam Claussen, Anne Sekelsky, Brent Karner, Dave Ferry, David Gonyon, David Lewis, Ed Roberts, Erin Ennis, Mark Dabelstein, Matt Williams, Mike Rainville, Paul Christiansen, Peter Crane, Phil Biondo, Phil Mayer, Randy Crossman, Randy Pratico, Steve Hadeka, Travis Johnson, & Will Boyea. 

Congratulations to our winners!! Thank you to all that entered, our judges and sponsors, and  all others who supported this competition!

Brought to you by the Vermont Wood Works Council in cooperation with the Vermont Cheese Council, Shelburne Farms and The Tree House Hardwoods & Millshop, with the generous support from Sutherland Welles, Winterwood Timber Frames, Cabot Creamery, & Lenny's Shoe & Apparel. 

All entries must be picked up at The Tree House by 8/31/19. Unclaimed entries will be considered a donation to The VT Wood Works Council after that date.