What a state of affairs. The last week of 2018 featured Italian flair reaching Sydney, one Dad’s loving micromanagement and many tourists not making it back from their holiday.
Tutankhamen was an ancient obscure boy-king who sat friendless for 3,245 years. That was until one morning in 1922, when Howard Carter knocked on his door.
Oh, Sunday. You’re gorgeous. In the week that has been, we’ve witnessed a tell-all book on Trump telling us what we already knew, the mercury rose in Victoria as did the blood alcohol content of some pioneering New Zealanders.
Welcome back to the unfortunate week that was. We witnessed abject horror at a mosque, Malcolm barely survive, and a maiden bowled over at the cricket.
For millennia, the mysteries of ancient Egypt eluded western study – until some 200 years ago, when scholars unscrambled the Rosetta Stone and opened our eyes to a new world of old wonders.
Wow. Monday again. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Egypt was wracked by two bombings, a newsreader revealed herself, and the E-in-C’s nan wanted to speak with you. You’re not in trouble.
Nefertiti was a proud, powerful female leader, who smote those not worthy to oppose her. Why do the earliest centuries have what we cannot?
This week, Malcolm declared his millionaire budget, Trump saddled the GOP elephant and Egypt named their most dangerous terrorists…Tom and Jerry?
Rob Idol is here with the week that was, when history was re-written on the paddock and rehashed in the political arena.
A few social faux pas aside, Lizzie Oneill would return to Egypt in a heartbeat. In today’s TBS Travelogue she recounts her Egyptian adventure encouraging us all to take trip down the Nile.
For Jack Howes, the arrests in Egypt of homosexual men on “debauchery” charges are a little too conveniently timed when the Egyptian political situation is considered.
What do the Middle East, Ukraine and Maurice Newman all have in common? They all figure in Michael Burrill’s current affairs wrap and they are all kind of interconnected. Kind of.