Day: July 3, 2020

IMSA: Porsche drivers enter Daytona restart while facing uncertain future

Porsche driver Laurens Vanthoor has a picture-perfect memory of the GT Le Mans championship that he won with Earl Bamber last season in the IMSA WeatherTech Series. As Bamber crossed the finish line for a fifth in the series finale at Road Atlanta, Vanthoor leapt into the arms of his exultant mechanics. “We finally achieved […]

Improving the aftercare journey of First Nations children and their families following burn injury

The recently published study is the first that privileges the voices of Australia’s First Nations families on access to burn aftercare for children. Australia’s First Nations children experience burns at a rate at least double that of non-Indigenous children. Ongoing burns care is a complex issue with multiple barriers to ensuring good long-term outcomes, however […]

Tesla becomes most valuable automaker in latest stock rally

Tesla Inc on Wednesday became the highest-valued automaker as its shares surged to record highs and the electric carmaker’s market capitalization overtook that of former front runner Toyota Motors Corp. Tesla shares gained 5% in early morning trade to a record of $1,133, boosting the company’s market cap to $209.47 billion – roughly $6 billion […]

Fortnite finally leaves early access as Epic slows down Save the World development

Fortnite’s iconic Battle Royale game mode took the world by storm, and today, Epic Games has announced that it’ll finally be removing the early access label from both the free-to-play shooter and the less popular original Save the World mode. Epic also announced that Save the World will continue to be a paid title separate […]

Mum quoted £32,000 to transform her kitchen does it herself for just £2,000

When Catherine Norris, 36, was quoted £32,000 to transform her kitchen, she decided to just do it herself. The mum-of-one, from Leicester, ended up saving herself thousands, managing to complete the project on her own for just £2,000. And the end result is pretty incredible. Catherine, who runs her own business, Memory Thread Co, looked […]