1. Name Australia’s Chief of the Defence Force.
2. Vanilla is harvested from a species belonging to which plant family?
3. Don Bradman was out for a duck in his last Test innings in: (a) 1948, (b) 1950, or (c) 1952? (Bonus points for naming which ground he was dismissed at and how many runs he needed to end his career with a Test batting average of 100.)
(a) 1948. (Bonus points: The Oval, London; four runs.)
4. Italian artist Tintoretto painted during which period?
5. Which company this month signed a $70 million deal to supply Woolworths with Australian-grown canned fruit?
6. The World Heritage-listed archaeological site of Carthage is located in which country?
7. Tasmanian senator-elect Jacqui Lambie is a member of which political party?
8. Who, according to US website billboard.com’s annual rich list, was the music industry’s highest earner for 2013?
9. Australia’s most prestigious literary award is named after which author?
10. The smallest bone in the human body is located where?
In the ear (the stirrup bone or stapes).
This article was first published in the print edition of The Saturday Paper on
Mar 22, 2014 as "Italian artist Tintoretto painted during which period?".