Fraudster’s Melbourne Home Raided

Fraudster and con artist Belle Gibson’s home in Melbourne has been raided after failing to pay a $500,000 fine she received for false cancer claims. The Victorian sheriff’s office raided the 28-year-old’s home in Northcote on Wednesday with a ‘search and sale’ warrant, seizing items which would be sold at auction in order to recoup … Continue reading Fraudster’s Melbourne Home Raided

Subaru to Electrify its Entire Line-Up

Japanese car manufacturer Subaru is committing to reshaping its future by having it line-up either electric or hybrid by the middle of the next decade. By the end of this decade, Subaru hopes that at least 40 per cent of its sales will be electric or hybrid. President of Subaru Tomomi Nakamura says the brand … Continue reading Subaru to Electrify its Entire Line-Up

Empty Railway Station Set to Close in the UK

A railway station in the United Kingdom is closing after failing to pick up passengers for 14 years. British authorities have plans to close the station where a “ghost train” starts its 45-minute run daily. A three-month public consultation exercise was launched, even though the building and platforms were demolished almost three years ago. A … Continue reading Empty Railway Station Set to Close in the UK

Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Begins PC Beta Testing

Nearly nine years after its release on the Xbox 360, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary (Halo: CEA) is entering PC beta testing in February. Developer 343 Industries gave out steps in a forum on Friday for players wanting to beta test as the game would require a formal invitation to participate. The steps include having an … Continue reading Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Begins PC Beta Testing