Monday: Newsy Snacks For Busy People
The UK’s top Cardinal has been reported for inappropriate behaviour by four peers. At The Guardian.
PM Gillard announces a $1billion ‘back to basics’ reading plan, centred on phonics. More here.
The Pilbara is about to be battened by Category One Cyclone Rusty. More at news.com.au.
China has admitted the existence of polluted so-called ‘cancer villages’. At the BBC.
There’s a soon-to-be-released film about digital music pioneer, Napster, reports The Guardian.
Transcripts reveal some of what the BBC knew about Jimmy Savile. More here.
Oscar’s brother, Carl Pistorius is facing a charge of culpable homicide, it’s been revealed. More here.
The high cost of living in Australia, as reported by the BBC.
Here’s an update on the NSW flood crisis.
The Banksy work lifted from a UK wall and transported to the US has been withdrawn from auction. At the ABC.
Aerosmith announce their Australian tour, hot on the tail of Steven Tyler’s 60 Minutes appearance last night.
The designer of the Dr Who daleks has died. More at the ABC.
Police are to speak to missing Gold Coast woman, Novy Chardon’s husband. He’s returned from Indonesia with the couple’s children. More here.
Around the blogs:
I love this amazing home. It’s kind of cool seventies meets RIGHT NOW. At DesignLoveFest.
A tartine of peas, pickled onions and egg? At Cannelle et Vanille.
Make seashell candles at Design Sponge. (Above)
Learn to blog like a boss with Decor8.
Sesame and shitake soba noodles and Love and Lemons. (Below)
Have a great day, won’t you?