Ashley Gardyne: Learning to live with lockdown — this time, investors get it right

OPINION: Sharemarkets were plunging in the lead-up to level 4 lockdown last year, but this year investors have taken it all in their stride. Knee-jerk reactions to crises can be detrimental to your finances, but thankfully, from what we’re seeing many investors have learnt valuable lessons over the last 18

Colorado STEM School suspect was upbeat in hours before shooting, friend says

STEM School Highlands Ranch shooting suspect Devon Erickson was “acting way more positive” in the hours before allegedly gunning down another student in May 2019 than he had in several months, a close friend testified in his murder trial Monday. Erickson, now 20, was upbeat and “had a new perspective

Vaccine passports: Countries where NHS COVID app will be accepted include Barbados, Greece and Turkey

A raft of new countries have agreed to use the NHS COVID app as a vaccine certificate – including Barbados, Croatia, Greece, and Turkey. Michael Gove made the announcement as he was giving evidence to the Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee. The cabinet office minister confirmed the other

Israeli PM Netanyahu: Hamas ‘will pay heavy price’ as violence continues

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that Hamas “will pay a heavy price for their belligerence” as the country steps up its attacks on the Gaza Strip. On Tuesday, the Israeli military destroyed a building used by Hamas, killing at least three militants, as Palestinian rockets continued to fall on

This is when and how you can water your lawn, according to Denver Water

Nearly 99% of Colorado is in a drought, with over 60% of the state being in at least a severe drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. The lack of moisture has pushed Denver Water to apply what they call their statewide dry condition rules. Beginning Saturday, Denver Water will

COVID-19: Bill Gates hopeful world ‘completely back to normal’ by end of 2022 – and vaccine sharing to ramp up

Bill Gates is still hopeful the world will be “completely back to normal” by the end of 2022. Speaking to Sophy Ridge On Sunday, the entrepreneur and philanthropist added the US should soon have excess coronavirus vaccines to share with other countries. But the 65-year-old said he was worried the

France attack: Female police worker stabbed to death inside station in Rambouillet, near Paris

An administrative worker has been stabbed to death inside a police station in France and her attacker shot and killed nearby. A police source said the woman was stabbed in the throat during the attack just inside the station in Rambouillet, a town southwest of Paris home to a former

Oscars 2021 predictions: Who will win in every major category at this year’s Academy Awards? – The Denver Post

Ahead of Sunday’s 93rd Academy Awards, Associated Press Film Writers Jake Coyle and Lindsey Bahr share their predictions for a ceremony that is forging on in the midst of the pandemic. BEST PICTURE The Nominees: “The Father” “Judas and the Black Messiah” “Mank” “Minari” “Nomadland” “Promising Young Woman” “Sound of