1. What peace symbol cradles the globe on the United Nations flag? 2. Is a trilby a type of dessert or hat? 3. To assess a situation accurately is said to hit the nail on the what? 4. Which 1990s Swiss Wimbledon singles champion celebrates her 37th birthday today? 5. Was British prime minister Winston Churchill awarded the 1953 Nobel Prize for literature or peace? 6. What was the slang term for British people who migrated to Australia under the assisted passage scheme immediately after the Second World War? 7. The albums Whispering Jack and Age of Reason were hits for which Australian? 8. “I was bruised and battered. I couldn’t tell what I felt,” are lyrics from which song? 9. Which US golf star was reportedly “arrogant” and unwilling to be breath-tested after being arrested for drink driving near his Florida home earlier this year? 10. Name the only two airlines to operate the Concorde. 11. Johnathan Thurston reportedly “shook with rage” at the end of State of Origin 3 in 2016 at what behaviour by New South Wales players during the trophy presentation? 12. The University of the Highlands and Islands is in (a) Canada (b) Fiji (c) Scotland? 13. The anterior cruciate ligament is in which part of the body? 14. How many US presidents have been born in Hawaii? 15. In which sport can a spare and a strike be scored? 16. Which TV show featured widowed father Danny Tanner raising his three daughters? 17. What is the Latin term for the cast of a play? 18. In 2006, which movie had its world premiere in the Victorian country town of Poowong? 19. Which Australian test spin bowler was fined $20,000 for making “highly inappropriate” comments while drunk during a cricket function? 20. Dying in May at the age of 83 was which former Panamanian dictator? 21. In London in 1986, the Worshipful Company of Bakers apologised for causing which disaster 320 years previously? 22. Mammoth Cave, the world’s longest known cave system, is in which US state? 23. Which surname pseudonym was used by the 19th century novelist Bronte sisters? 24. Last year, the brother of which Australian two-time Olympic gold medallist phoned 000 to report that his sibling was driving intoxicated and had a gun? 25. Name the national bird of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.