Nightclub king unleashes on lockout laws

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广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn Nightclub owner John Ibrahim has lashed out at Sydney’s declining night-life in a brutal interview, saying lockout laws were introduced for “personal gain”.

Man arrested after scamming KFC for a year

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A student has been hailed as “hero” online after turning up to KFC stores in a limo and pretending to be from head office to get free chicken for a year.

Factory worker pockets massive lotto win

Bendigo man ends working week on a $30 million Powerball high

A blue collar man’s Friday knock off will taste sweeter than ever after taking home a giant Powerball jackpot.

‘Lazy’ posties blasted over sneaky tactic

One customer was left very frustrated after recieving this text.

Delivery drivers for Australia Post are under fire over claims they are lying about residents not being home to receive packages.

NSW city’s mystery millionaire

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Someone is walking around a regional Australian city completely unaware they’re now a multi-millionaire.

Inside Australia’s best homes

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Love a bit of architecture porn? These breathtaking Australian houses are some of the most impressive — and beautiful — in the country.

Mystery $23m lottery win unclaimed

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If you bought a lottery ticket in Hobart last week, you’d want to make sure you triple-checked your numbers.

Bitter family feud behind Aussie icon

David “Jim” Penman doesn’t shy away from his ‘profoundly flawed’ life. Picture: catherinemoolenschot.com.auSource:Supplied

His multimillion-dollar gardening empire stretches across the country — but David “Jim” Penman’s sister claims he left her “poverty stricken”.

Dramatic end to milk price war

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Major supermarkets have made a drastic move in the milk price war in what’s being hailed as a major victory for farmers.

Cow GPS collar to rake in $164m

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An Australian company behind a GPS collar that creates a “virtual fence” for livestock is making big mooves on the world stage.

Ridiculous Sydney rule impacting bar

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Sydney is becoming known across Australia for having ridiculous rules. But this latest regulation is taking it to an absurd level.

Oz Lotto jackpots to $70 million

A Deception Bay man has won $2.1 million on an Oz Lotto ticket. Photo supplied for Redcliffe Herald

The Oz Lotto jackpot has swelled to $70 million after no one picked the winning numbers in last night’s mammoth draw.

Aussie family hit by double tragedy

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Anthony White became the face of a deadly condition. Tragically, it has now stolen his young life, and his brother has also been diagnosed.

‘Pharma bro’ ran business from prison

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Martin Shkreli — who is also known as “the most hated man in America” — has been accused of using a smuggled phone in jail.

Another twist in $730m stadium drama

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The controversy surrounding Sydney’s Allianz Stadium took another turn today as the plan to demolish was given a vital boost.

Cheeky habit costing couples

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Fewer of us are carrying actual cash and that change in spending habits may be having a surprising consequence.

The man behind Jim’s Mowing

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His face is plastered around the country and his gardening empire rakes in $500 million a year. This is the story behind Jim’s Mowing.

Taxman seizes family dog

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A family lost their best friend because of unpaid taxes. But that wasn’t the first thing the city wanted to take off the disabled homeowner.

Infuriating AusPost act busted on tape

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Australia Post truck drivers have been repeatedly filmed in a “reckless” act by a motorist who says it’s “only a matter of time before they take someone out”.

Major blow for controversial stadium

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Controversial plans for a $730 million Sydney stadium have been put on hold and now there’s a chance they could be scrapped altogether.

Bizarre job up for grabs

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A skill set taught on campus lawns rather than classrooms may come handy for the winner of this competition in the UK for a paid spliff roller.

‘Treat you like a customer, not a patient’

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Holiday Inn might not have bingo or seated yoga, but the pools are better and the grandkids would be more willing to visit, according to a man planning his golden years.

Playboy model’s mystery death

Actress Natacha Jaitt has died months after claiming to have evidence of a paedophile ring. Picture: Instagram @natjaitt

Natacha Jaitt claimed to have proof of a VIP paedophile ring. Months later, she was found dead — after warning her life was at risk.

Tiny error that led to Opal Tower debacle

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Failure to complete one small construction task helped cause the “significant damage” that saw residents kicked out of Sydney’s Opal Tower.

Funeral director’s emotional suicide plea

An Aussie funeral director who once had to bury a nine-year-old boy who had taken his own life has released a moving video begging people considering suicide to get help. Luke Newman, from Silver Dove Funerals in Queensland, uploaded the video to the company’s Facebook page last week.

Queenslander Luke Newman — who once had to bury a nine-year-old child lost to suicide — has begged struggling Aussies to get help.

Netflix cancels all Marvel shows

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Netflix has ended its partnership with Marvel TV with official confirmation that the streaming service has cancelled all of its shows.

How ‘stupid’ student became a millionaire

David Chiem founded MindChamp 20 years ago. Picture: Supplied

David Chiem was meant to become a doctor but a joke from his sister sent him in a completely different direction.

‘Webcam girl’ making $900 a day

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Single mum Elysia Downings rakes in more than $7 a minute and only works a few hours a day — and she’s planning to retire by 40.

‘Shed a tear’: Shock news for superjumbo

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The A380, the “big, ugly, comfortable beast” of the sky, is loved by passengers, but not airline execs. Now its days are officially numbered.

Calls for milk levy to save farmers

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Federal MP David Gillespie has threatened the major supermarkets and milk processors to help the embattled dairy farmers.

Google search could have saved $3600

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A quick internet search could have saved Sita Huber six months of pain. She now regrets her “terrible decision” which has cost her thousands.

Cop slammed over sexy selfies

UK cop PCSO Anna Jenkinson has been slammed for her "unprofessioal" selfies. Picture: Facebook @Prestbury & Alderley Edge Police

Anna Jenkinson has been accused of making a “joke” of the force after sharing dozens of pouty pictures on an official Facebook page.

Woman’s job offer rejection goes viral

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A young woman is being hailed as a hero after writing a powerful email rejecting a job offer from the company’s “abusive” CEO.

Photos Government doesn’t want us to see

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It took a six-month battle and close to $1700 in fees to obtain these stomach-churning pictures. And it’s not hard to see why. WARNING: Graphic.

‘Waste of money’: $235 event slammed

Guests have unleashed with a string of complaints against the recent Wizard's Dinner in Brisbane. Picture: Supplied

It was supposed to be an “immersive dining experience” in a “magical world”. Angry guests say it was anything but — and they want their money back.

$4.6m home hosts drug-fuelled rave

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The treatment of a woman’s luxury London apartment will send a shiver down the spine of many Australians who rented out their homes to holiday-goers this long weekend.

Rape victim contracts HIV in care home

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The world has been rocked by yet another horrifying sexual assault against a vulnerable victim who was living in a care facility. WARNING: Distressing

Sad downfall of foodie legend

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For years, viewers couldn’t get enough of the cheeky, down-to-earth megastar. But today, Jamie Oliver’s once-booming empire is crumbling.

Ex-teacher says he was drawn to ISIS

An ex-Texas teacher said he was drawn to ISIS out of curiosity and likens the group’s beheadings to executions carried out in the US.

An ex-Texas teacher said he was drawn to ISIS out of curiosity and likens the group’s beheadings to executions carried out in the US.

Tinder cops huge settlement payout

Tinder Co-Founders Sue Former Parent Company For $2 Billion

Dating app Tinder has paid out a huge settlement for its treatment of older users.

Porn star’s bizarre X-rated raffle

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Mexican adult actor Annie Lopez is holding an unusual competition for her fans — and the first prize is not for modest types.

Furious residents demand mystery report

Updates provided to residents of Opal

They were waiting on an engineering report to reassure them their embattled Sydney building was safe, but residents have seen no sign of it.

Search for mystery $1m lotto winner

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If you bought a lottery ticket in Sydney’s CBD in December, you’d want to make sure you triple-checked your numbers.

‘Dangerous!’: Opal residents fight back

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A month after evacuation, Opal tower residents have rallied together and refuse to budge after claiming they’re being forced to return.

Bizarre ways we’re trying to make money

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Australians are betting their hard-earned savings on some unlikely alternatives in a bid to pump up their nest eggs.

Suburbs cheaper to buy than rent

The suburbs of Paddington and Petrie Terrace are seen with the Brisbane CBD skyline in Brisbane, Tuesday, January 15, 2019. In the year to December 2018, house prices in the greater Brisbane area rose 2.3 per cent to an average of $525,000 according to the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ). (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Buyers hope Melbourne and Sydney house prices fall further but there are hundreds of suburbs across Australia where it’s now cheaper to buy than rent.

Photo shows true scale of Opal problem

Images from a video a resident took at Opal.

A former resident in the embattled tower was shocked to see the amount of red in this list he spotted being used by the builder.

Boss’s shocking demand to female staffer

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An employee at a chain restaurant was forced to quit her job after her employer made horrendous comments stereotyping her gender and sexuality.

Back-to-work trend exposing sleazy habits

As a former lawyer, sexual discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins said the disturbing pattern of sexual assault occuring at Christmas parties was well documented.

A spike in back-to-work sexual harassment claims exposes the dark truth of sleazy workplace habits at Australian Christmas parties.

Fallout from Hemsworth mega-mansion

EXCLUSIVE CHRIS HEMSWORTH'S CONCRETE PALACE CONTINUES TO COME TOGETHER.

Aussie star Chris Hemsworth is spending up on a multimillion-dollar home in Byron Bay and it’s having a surprising impact.

Horror photos inside crumbling tower

Residents at Opal Tower are still having problems.

Residents say they have been “failed” as their belongings get moved without their permission, and they refuse to move back into the Sydney tower.

Crisis plaguing our apartment blocks

Empire Constructions built this duplex for Vicus Botes, who says he cannot live in it because building certifiers won't sign it off as safe. It has more than 160 defects. Photo: Supplied

Crumbling concrete, mouldy walls and dodgy work is plaguing high-rises as experts reveal one Sydney tower is just the tip of the iceberg.

Embattled tower builder brushes report

Opal Tower Follow up

Residents are being told they can move back into the troubled Opal Tower, despite the government’s specialist engineer findings not being released.

Opal residents won’t be back for weeks

Opal Tower Follow Up

In a further blow to embattled Opal Tower residents forced to leave their homes for weeks, there is still no end in sight.

$80b silent killer in our suburbs

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Most streets have them and last weekend we saw how they can be both ugly and deadly. But to make big changes will cost us dearly in the hip pocket.

Company hits back after ‘horrific’ pictures

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As irate Opal Tower residents share grim photos of their homes left “absolutely trashed”, one firm has been forced to distance itself from the debacle.

Tower built on ‘bargain basement prices’

Opal Tower Follow up

As design and construction flaws are beginning to emerge, subcontractors who worked on the crumbling Opal Tower have revealed worrying details.

Opal Tower evacuees plan to fight back

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Fed-up and demanding answers, crumbling Opal Tower evacuees have hatched a plan to fight back and they have high-level backing.

Bizarre reason drug dealers escaped jail

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Brandon Kerrison and Luke Rance were caught with a bagload of drugs. But their surprising skills in one area got them off the hook.

‘Hottest cop’ in strife over bikini snaps

Adrienne Koleszar, dubbed 'German's hottest cop', has over 600,000 followers on Instagram. Picture: Instagram @adrienne_koleszar

Adrienne Koleszar received an official warning from her bosses over her many Instagram bikini shots. But now, she’s back on the force.

Wedding drama sparks $1.2m idea

When Rory Winter and Rebecca Jancauskas started planning their wedding a few years ago, it didn’t take long for them to realise one part of the process was “broken”.

Rory and Rebecca were planning their dream ceremony when they discovered a “painful” problem. Their solution is raking in the cash.

‘How can they ask us to move back?’

MUST CREDIT Kabo Matlho Building material at Opal Towers in Sydney Olympic Park where remediation works are continuing on Thursday after hundreds of residents had to be evacuated on Christmas Eve due to fears the 38-storey building would collapse.

Shocking pictures reveal the devastating impact of structural work on Opal Tower residents’ homes and some say they never want to go back.

New twist in porn star death mystery

The Last Days of August podcast is investigating the potential link between Twitter bullying and the death of adult star August Ames. Picture: Instagram @msmaplefever

When August Ames took her life in 2017, accusations flew. But now a “shady character”, possibly linked to her suicide, has been revealed.

Porn star reveals alleged rape

Adult-film star Lily Adams has accused a director of rape on Twitter. Picture: instagram @

Adult actress Lily Adams says a disturbing sexual encounter with a high-profile director left her crying, in pain and wanting “to die”.

‘Not covering our backsides’: Tower row

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A fiery war of words is brewing over who will cop the blame for Sydney’s crumbling tower as hundreds of residents are still in limbo.

Deadline looms for crumbling tower

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As the hunt for answers rages on, a crucial 48-hour deadline has been given to the firm which built Sydney’s crumbling Opal tower.

Dramatic fallout of tower crisis

The Opal Tower at Sydney Olympic Park in Sydney, Wednesday, December 26, 2018. Residents of Sydney's Opal Tower have been told to leave for a second time in four days to enable the company and investigators to conduct a "comprehensive investigation" into a crack on the tenth floor of the building. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

The Opal Tower might not fall, but prices for new apartments could plummet as the consequences of the building debacle widen.

Sydney tower’s ‘sky garden’ investigated

Opal Tower residents have been evacuated for the second time this week over fears of the building being unstable. Resident Bill Badie, 28, who lives on level 11 with his best friend, took a photo of cracking in what appears to be concrete which appeared days ago. Supplied

They were one of the main selling points for the now crumbling Opal Tower but the stunning “sky gardens” could be the cause of its ruin.

‘A lot of other’ buildings are at risk

The Opal Tower at Sydney Olympic Park in Sydney, Wednesday, December 26, 2018. Residents of Sydney's Opal Tower have been told to leave for a second time in four days to enable the company and investigators to conduct a "comprehensive investigation" into a crack on the tenth floor of the building. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Experts have warned the crumbling Opal Tower is part of a larger plague of dangerous “monstrosities” causing issues all around Australia.

Distressed residents leaving for good

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With residents in Sydney’s crumbling Opal Tower too scared to sleep, some are moving out entirely and others are struggling to get by.

Cracking tower certifier disciplined before

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The certifier who signed off on the structural integrity of Sydney’s crumbling tower was once disciplined by the building watchdog.

Hungry Jack’s slammed over job ad

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Hungry Jack’s has come under fire after advertising for interns to fill its summer workforce for as little as $4 an hour.

Porn star’s murder-for-hire plot

A porn star has been busted for allegedly masterminding a murder-for-hire plot, authorities said. Federal agents nabbed Katrina Danforth — who performs under the names Lynn Passion and Lynn Pleasant — Wednesday morning at Spokane International Airport in Washington for trying to hire a hitman to kill someone identified only as “H.R.” in court papers.

Adult actress Katrina Danforth — who performs under the name Lynn Pleasant — allegedly hired a hire a hitman to kill a mystery victim.

Graph shows Sydney’s embarrassment

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As an ugly row grows over the future of Sydney’s night-life, research shows how far it has fallen behind the rest of the world.

Windfall from tech giant tax crackdown

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Australia is reaping an extra $200 million a year in tax due to a crackdown on tech giants such as Google, Microsoft, Apple and Facebook.

The map that terrifies Cadbury chocolate

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Enjoy it while you can, because Cadbury has warned Dairy Milk bars could become a thing of the past if radical action isn’t taken soon.

Topless pics cost beauty queen her crown

Natalie Paweleck, 35, was named Mrs Scotland World in September but has been forced to give up her title because she once posed topless for lads� mags has accused organisers of �body shaming�. Source: https://www.facebook.com/mrsnataliepav/

Natalie Paweleck was named Mrs Scotland World in September — but she’s been stripped of her title following the discovery of racy pictures.

How fashion giant infuriated billions

Dolce & Gabbana has come crashing down.

Dolce & Gabbana is one of the world’s most elite brands. But the powerhouse has come crashing down over a series of ‘racist’ mishaps.

Woman earning $1.2 million a day

Undated handout file photo issued by Bet365 of its boss Denise Coates, who is celebrating a £265 million pay day as the betting firm reported another year of bumper profits.. Issue date: Wednesday November 21, 2018. New accounts filed this week show that Ms Coates was paid £220 million in 2018, as well as half of a £90 million dividend, making her one of the highest paid executives in the world. See PA story CITY Coates. Photo credit should read: Alex Severn/Bet365/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.

She paid herself $466 million last year, making her one of the world’s richest bosses. This is the “unacceptable” way she’s made billions.

Australia Post fail caught on CCTV

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An Australia Post courier has been caught on CCTV in a bizarre delivery fail resembling something out of a Mr Bean sketch.

Stunning images of our biggest projects

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A birds-eye view of Australia’s biggest infrastructure projects currently under construction reveals some incredible before and after images.

Teen aristocrat’s secret porn career

Lady Beth Douglas, also known as Ling Ling, was the youngest daughter of Lord David, the 12th Marquess of Queensberry.

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

Dangerous drug lord’s big plans for Australia

(FILES) In this file photo taken on January 8, 2016, Drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is escorted into a helicopter at Mexico City's airport, following his recapture during an intense military operation in Los Mochis, in Sinaloa State. - Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman goes on trial in New York on November 5, 2018 accused of running the world's biggest drug cartel and spending a quarter of a century smuggling more than 155 tons of cocaine into the United States. (Photo by ALFREDO ESTRELLA / AFP)

NOTORIOUS drug lord El Chapo is behind bars but for his feared cartel, it’s still business as usual — and we are their next target.

Sex toys that are changing lives

Stephanie Alys is the woman behind the sex toys changing pleasure for women. Picture: Supplied

IT used to be a taboo subject, but now technology is transforming sex lives around the world with some unbelievable devices.

Students forced to do sex test

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STUDENTS at a Sydney uni have three weeks left to complete a consent and sexual behaviour course or their exam results will be withheld.

From nun in training to porn star

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YUDY Pineda spent eight years in a Colombian convent training to be a nun. Then she decided on a dramatic career change and became a porn star.

Billboard fight led to rape threats

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A QUEENSLAND MP who started a petition to try and stop a Christmas billboard was lashed with horrific comments.

‘How I made $25 million with one change’

Back In Motion Health Group CEO Jason T Smith doubled his company by ditching job titles. Picture: Lavina Harte

IN 2013, Jason Smith banned one simple thing from his company. Within three years, it had doubled in size — and made him rich.

Migrants to be ‘banned from cities’

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THE Morrison government has proposed a radical new plan for migrants in the wake of our growing population crisis.

Wedding planner takes down ‘bridezilla’

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WHEN a customer left a bad review, this wedding company refused to take it lying down. But some say they went too far.

Reason for Max Brenner collapse

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CHOCOLATE chain Max Brenner is facing an uncertain future. There was one key problem which led to its collapse.

Turf war brewing in Aussie city

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A WAR of words is brewing between Sydney and a nearby city where opportunists are “invading” and making a fortune.

Sex work ‘normal’ for uni students

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A WRITER has argued that young university students are turning to prostitution in droves to cover their bills and mounting debt.

Uni’s ‘disgraceful’ sex work advice

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A UNIVERSITY is under fire after a stall on campus was accused of encouraging students to take up prostitution to “top up fees”.

Fitness First fined for fee rip-off

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THE gym chain has been fined $12,600 for stinging customers with excessive surcharges on their direct debits.

$13b deal Aussies should stop

Energy assets that Chinese and Hong Kong companies have a stake in. Source: ASPI

A DISTURBING picture of Australia’s electricity and gas network is emerging as experts warn about the implications of a new $13 billion deal.

Smokers are being sent to Siberia

The 40-storey commercial building above the new Victoria Cross Station will be a feature of the North Sydney CBD.

SMOKERS are once again under fire in Australia. And this is the biggest change proposed yet.

Iconic brand about to change name

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IT’S one of the biggest diet and weight loss companies on the planet. But within days, Weight Watchers will be gone — for good.

Suspended midwife’s dangerous secret

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BARBARA Fall earned $40,000 a year — despite never delivering a single child thanks to one glaring, “complete farce” of a problem.

Huge lotto win still unclaimed

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ONE very lucky Aussie is walking around with a winning ticket and may not even realise it.

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