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Thu 15 Nov 2018

Stolen foal found dead by owners

Stolen foal found dead by owners

A six-week-old foal missing from its outer Melbourne stable has been found dead by its devastated owners.

Wed 14 Nov 2018

Mercedes-Benz reveals game-changing hybrid technology

Mercedes-Benz reveals game-changing hybrid technology

A WORLD-FIRST zero-emissions vehicle combines two green technologies but there is one big reason keeping it off Australian roads.

Apple founder slams Tesla, Musk ‘lies’ on self-driving cars

Apple founder slams Tesla, Musk ‘lies’ on self-driving cars

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak bought a Tesla because he was excited about the potential of self-driving cars. But now he doesn’t believe anything Elon Musk says.

Bobby's Noosa: a secluded surfer's paradise

Bobby's Noosa: a secluded surfer's paradise

Surfers would do anything for a crust in the 1960s, drawn by the quiet beaches and quality swell to make Noosa their home.

Racy way we’ll use driverless cars

Racy way we’ll use driverless cars

A NEW study has revealed what we’ll really use driverless car for, and it’ll surprise you.

Fury over Bunnings sanga saga

Fury over Bunnings sanga saga

An “outrageous” change to the Bunnings sausage angered the nation. Now Today host Karl Stefanovic has declared it will “ruin Australia”.

Pet python defies odds to make it home safe

Pet python defies odds to make it home safe

A freak encounter and some very good luck have combined to reunite Amy the much-loved pet jungle python with her young Cairns owner.

FIRST DRIVE: Mitsubishi’s new tough Triton ute

FIRST DRIVE: Mitsubishi’s new tough Triton ute

THIS one feature of the tough new Japanese ute could help it beat the Toyota HiLux.

How to make weight loss last

How to make weight loss last

Here are a few of the reasons why weight tends to pile back on, and how you can prevent this happening.

Shock at X-rated wine label

Shock at X-rated wine label

A certain bottle of wine has recently gained a lot of attention on social media after a customer found what looked like a very rude mistake on the label.

Big problem with ScoMo’s claim

Big problem with ScoMo’s claim

In the wake of the Bourke Street terror attack, the PM has pointed the finger at Muslims for not doing enough to stop extremists. Is that fair?

Hamilton Hill mansion’s secret sale

Hamilton Hill mansion’s secret sale

A Hamilton Hill trophy home next door to the former mansion of the late Christopher Skase has sold for $5.25 million.

Kate Beckinsale’s incredible transformation

Kate Beckinsale’s incredible transformation

At 45, Kate Beckinsale is one of Hollywood’s most beautiful women — but she’s nearly unrecognisable from her early years as an actress.

Teen aristocrat’s secret porn career

Teen aristocrat’s secret porn career

Lady Beth Douglas tragically died of a drug overdose in March. Now, her boyfriend has made shocking claims about her alleged double life.

Why this family is made for the movies

Why this family is made for the movies

WITH a daughter named Marvel, and a son named Dare, Lyle and Lisa Carey’s life is made for a movie. Instead, they are the movie makers.

Tue 13 Nov 2018

Expensive mistake Aussies are making

Expensive mistake Aussies are making

THE average household in NSW is wasting $3805 without realising it. Here’s what you need to do save your money.

Click Frenzy website crashes again

Click Frenzy website crashes again

Click Frenzy has issued an apology after online shoppers seeking bargains have been faced with error messages after the sale’s site crashed again.

Bunnings snag change bombshell

Bunnings snag change bombshell

The iconic Bunnings sausage sizzle is undergoing a change for safety reasons and some people are not happy about it.

Insane amount of cash we’ll fork out at Christmas

Insane amount of cash we’ll fork out at Christmas

TIS the season to spend money, with many Australians fa-la-la-la falling into serious debt as a result of spending tens of billions of dollars on Christmas.

Petrol prices are plummeting

Petrol prices are plummeting

After months of price pain at the petrol bowser, fuel prices across Australia have started to tumble. How long will the reprieve last?

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