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Australia’s most scandalous show

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BACK in the early to mid 1990s, there was a quiet revolution going on in Australian television.

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Udderly ridiculous or fair price for cuppa?

IS $7 too much to fork out for a takeaway coffee?

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Selma Blair reveals shock MS diagnosis

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ACTOR and activist Selma Blair has revealed in an Instagram post that she has multiple sclerosis.

Saturday, Oct 20

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Win for breast cancer drug

FOR the first time, one of the new immunotherapy drugs has shown promise against breast cancer in a large study that combined it with chemotherapy to treat an aggressive form of the disease.

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10 places to try in Leichhardt

ONCE dubbed “Little Italy”, Leichhardt’s increasingly diverse community has seen it evolve in to a foodie haven embracing both the new and old.

Australia’s smartwatch obsession

AUSTRALIANS are adopting smartwatches at an unprecedented rate, with their numbers almost doubling over the past year, outpacing the gadget’s growth in other countries.

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Crazy life being single for a year

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AS YOU read this, I will have been single for approximately one year, three days, and six hours.

Aussie model wows with plunging suit

THE Caulfield Cup may be one of the biggest carnivals on the Australian racing calendar, but Saturday was all about the fashion.

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Target recalls popular summer item

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WITH summer right around the corner, Target’s product recall of this popular warm-weather item won’t be ideal for some Aussies.

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Halloween 2018 costume ideas

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HALLOWEEN is becoming an increasingly accepted holiday in Australia.

Meghan recycles dress at Opera House

THE Duchess of Sussex has been wearing an interesting selection of pieces by emerging Australian designers and her longstanding favourite labels since commencing the royal tour.

Friday, Oct 19

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Moment that ‘broke’ commando

News.com.au / National

ALAN White had his life mapped out.

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When it comes to lawns he’s a broken record

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FOR Australia’s growing community of lawn lovers, the grass is always greener on their side of the fence.

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Apple Pie Churros!

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WOW! This Apple Pie Churro recipe is amazing! Go ahead and try and let us know what you think!

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Eight men tell stories of assault regret

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WARNING: Confronting

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Cheer on our injured heroes at the Invictus Games 2018

CELEBRATE our wounded heroes at the Sydney Invictus Games 2018 starting this weekend or be on the lookout for parents-to-be Meghan and Harry while they tour Sydney.

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Dark side of ‘safe’ tourist city

News.com.au / World

IF you weren’t big on Singapore before, you might have been convinced after watching Crazy Rich Asians.

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Dramatic change, mortgage free in eight years

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IN order to achieve the great Australian dream of owning her own home, Fiona Kelly made a decision few would think of — buying a yacht.

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How to make clothes actually fit YOU

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Say goodbye to generic sizing, because the ZOZO Suit and app are here to save the day with at-home custom fitting.

Secret behind Cara’s royal wedding outfit

HE has designed hats worn by some of Hollywood’s most stylish stars including Gigi Hadid, Justin Bieber, David Beckham and Cara Delevingne.

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Ridiculous daily routine of bank executive

IN 2018, packing as much stuff that is “good for you” into each day seems to be the new barometer of success.

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‘Dark’ history paratrooper couldn’t face

AS A paratrooper for the Australian Defence Force, Luke Hill had no trouble jumping out of planes and putting his life on the line but he wasn’t prepared for how much his service would affect him.

Parents camp out for Pimlico State High enrolments

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Dozens of parents have camped out the front of Pimlico State High School in Townsville to be first in line for enrolment applications.

Lily Allen stuns in see-through top

LILY Allen left absolutely nothing to the imagination after she performed her No Shame tour in New Orleans earlier this week.

Woman with IQ of 53 ‘pimped out for sex’

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A VULNERABLE woman with severe autism was allowed to have sex with strangers because her social workers believed the encounters would “help her learn from her mistakes”.

Slain schoolgirl’s mum sues state

QUEENSLAND schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer was murdered by her foster father Rick Thorburn more than two years ago, and now her mother wants justice.

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Deadly mad cow disease hits UK again

A NEW case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad cow disease, has been discovered on a British beef farm.

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Freak mishap takes mum’s arm and leg

AN INDIANA woman who lost an arm and leg in a “freak” farming accident last month is thanking supporters and family members who aided in her recovery.