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Tue 15 Jan 2019

Our fines among world’s most expensive

Our fines among world’s most expensive

Australian motorists get slugged with some of the highest speeding fines in the world — but spare a thought for drivers in these countries.

Free ice cream for sweltering Aussies

Free ice cream for sweltering Aussies

As Australia endures a “Code Red” heatwave, Menulog has joined forces with ice cream giant Baskin-Robbins to offer a tasty respite from the sweltering temperatures....

Goanna shot with crossbow ’recovering’

Goanna shot with crossbow ’recovering’

A goanna shot with in the back crossbow is the latest victim of a spate of deadly attacks on animals on Queensland’s Mt Glorious.

Cows euthanised after truck rolls

Cows euthanised after truck rolls

A number of cattle have been euthanised on the side of a road in Victoria after the truck carrying them rolled on its side.

Creative sex toy hack surprises internet

Creative sex toy hack surprises internet

A MUM'S hack for helping her baby through a cold has mums around the world convinced their local sex shop could be just as handy as the pharmacy.

Can’t adopt a dog? Do this instead

Can’t adopt a dog? Do this instead

EVERY year, about 100,000 dogs are left homeless and while it tears at the heartstrings, many are unable to adopt. But there’s still something you can do.

To kick your 2019 goals, set goalposts

To kick your 2019 goals, set goalposts

In order to accomplish goals, you need to know how to set them.

Breastfeeding challenges and what to do about them

Breastfeeding challenges and what to do about them

BREASTFEEDING is greatly beneficial to your baby as it not only helps them get a complete meal, but provides a bonding opportunity between mother and baby.

Mon 14 Jan 2019

Accused baby bleach mum’s TV segment

Accused baby bleach mum’s TV segment

A Perth mother accused of pouring bleach down her baby’s feeding tubes appeared in an interview with Kochie weeks before the alleged incident.

Celebrate the cricket season with some Beefy wines

Celebrate the cricket season with some Beefy wines

Try eponymous range of wines from cricketing great Sir Ian Botham.

House fire: “This is for f***ing my wife”

House fire: “This is for f***ing my wife”

OUTRAGEOUS graffiti has been found sprayed on a Gold Coast home that was gutted in a fire this morning.

Bedlam in playgrounds has toned down

Bedlam in playgrounds has toned down

A bruising childhood game built character ... the new version still teaches team tactics but without the biff.

Crepes a great way to give kids cooking skills

Crepes a great way to give kids cooking skills

Pancakes, pikelets and crepes are relatively easy dishes for children to make over the school holidays.

BMW unveils new tech leader as motoring ditches old gear

BMW unveils new tech leader as motoring ditches old gear

THE German maker has loaded up its vital new 3 Series with a range of cutting-edge tech to make life easier for drivers.

Video of shark being caught on beach raises stink

Video of shark being caught on beach raises stink

A VIDEO of a shark that was hauled onto a beach has gone viral on social media after locals pointed out the cruelty of it.

Man to buy Mustang after instant $50,000 win

Man to buy Mustang after instant $50,000 win

A Goodna man is racing straight to the car yard to buy a Mustang after discovering he won one of the top prizes of $50,000 on an Instant Scratch-Its ticket.

Sun 13 Jan 2019

Early intervention for hearing issues proves sound success

Early intervention for hearing issues proves sound success

The Hear and Say program lives up to its name as children begin relatively normal lives despite hearing impairments.

It’s the great Aussie debate: Ute or Pick-up?

It’s the great Aussie debate: Ute or Pick-up?

TRADIE and family favourites dominate the sales charts but what should we call them? “Light commercial” doesn’t cut it

Sat 12 Jan 2019

Porn making teen boys ‘impotent’

Porn making teen boys ‘impotent’

Australian kids are accessing graphic pornography more and more, and its ready availability is having disastrous affects — including a worrying new sex trend.

Uni students making cash with sex

Uni students making cash with sex

More university students are using sex work to supplement their income and stay afloat when times are tough, writes Kate Iselin.

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