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‘I guess it was my lucky night’: Woman says she’s lucky to be alive after finding the world’s deadliest spider under her bed
A woman has luckily escaped unscathed after coming face to face with the world’s deadliest spider. Tami Mills spoke of the terrifying moment she discovered a funnel-web spider lurking under her bed in her Cabarlah home, in the Toowoomba Region in Queensland, earlier this week.
Flight attendant accused of smuggling $14.5M of drugs into Australia as part of Vietnamese syndicate: police
A flight attendant has been arrested for allegedly smuggling $14.5 million worth of drugs into Australia from Malaysia as part of a Vietnamese crime ring. The 38-year-old suspect reportedly hid the drugs on his body and in his luggage while working for Malindo Air, a subsidiary of Indonesian-based L
Martha Stewart reveals what Snoop Dogg got her for the holidays
It's no secret Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg are totally unexpected BFFs, but just like Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake and Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox, every celebrity needs their sidekick.
South Australia kicks off six month driverless shuttle trial
The South Australian government has launched a six month trail of a new autonomous bus and smart transit hub in Adelaide. The trial involves a driverless shuttle, known as Olli, and two transit hubs, called Matilda. Olli will drive from Mosely Square in Glenelg to the Broadway Kiosk, and back, with
Why do so few Aussies speak an Australian language?
Linguistically speaking, Australia is special. With around 250 languages spoken when Australia was first colonised, Australia was one of the most linguistically diverse places in the world.
What Time Is ‘Trolls: The Beat Goes On’ Season 5 On Netflix?
Netflix’s popular animated series Trolls: The Beat Goes On is back for its fifth season. The series features the vocal talent of actors like Amanda Leighton, Skylar Astin, Ron Funches, Gary Cole and David Koechner, and will be made available on the streaming service on Friday, January 18. But what s
Why you should never leave your child in a hot car: Pub worker leaves a steak in a car for five hours as temperatures hit 46C - and returns to find it cooked well done
A pub worker who left a piece of steak in their car for five hours has returned to find it cooked well done, as the nation endures a week of scorching heat. The porterhouse steak was left inside a car parked under the shade at 11am but the worker from the Mildura Dockside Cafe in Victoria returned t
'Old and dirty' man 'inappropriately touches girl, 3,' in a toilet block at a busy swimming pool while she's on a supervised excursion
An 'old and dirty' man has allegedly molested a three-year-old girl at a community swimming pool while she was using the toilet. The girl was on a supervised excursion in Nabiac on the Mid North Coast in New South Wales on Tuesday when the alleged incident occured.
Here Are All The Details About Michael Clifford Proposal To Crystal Leigh
Michael Clifford gave all his fans a happy surprise this week by announcing his engagement to Crystal Leigh – and now JJJ has all the details behind it!. The longtime couple were in Bali for the #DestinationGUESS retreat, and Bali just happens to be where they got together and shared their first kis
Crikey, Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth Are (Reportedly) Expecting a Baby!
Miley Cyrus and husband Liam Hemsworth are expecting their first child, the Daily Mail reports. An insider told Australian tabloid OK! Australia that the couple are “over the moon” about their baby, which is reportedly a girl:
Australia has long had a gay beach subculture but they haven't always been safe spaces
“Surfers go to south Bondi, backpackers, families and people from western Sydney go in the middle, then gays go to north Bondi.” The advice Dan Murphy was given upon arriving in Sydney from Queensland’s Sunshine Coast in 2003 is an unspoken rule. For Australia’s famous but relatively small beach, ea
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Is Moving to May!
Get ready for the hottest kickoff to summer EVER. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is moving to May, and we can promise it's going to be worth the wait. "When Sports Illustrated launched SI Swimsuit in 1964, they chose February because back then there was a gap in sports," said SI Swimsuit Edit
Missing mum of 'miracle' twin girls found dead after mysterious final text
A missing mother of twins who survived being born 10 weeks premature has been found dead after she failed to return home from a walk. Felicity Shadbolt, 36, mysteriously disappeared on Sunday after leaving her home at 11.30am. She'd sent a text at 12.50pm saying she'd be 'home in 20 minutes,' but sa
Canadian's death sentence will backfire on Beijing
Dr. John Lee is senior fellow at the Hudson Institute (Washington) and United States Studies Centre (Sydney), and an adjunct professor at the University of Sydney. From 2016 until April 2018 he was senior national security adviser to the Australian foreign minister and also served as the lead advise
Prince Harry Sweetly Reaches for Meghan Markle's Hand at Cirque du Soleil Event
No shocker here: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue to steal our hearts and the award for the cutest royal couple. On Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended the Cirque du Soleil Premiere of TOTEM at Royal Albert Hall. Eagle-eyed fans caught the couple in a sweet moment after the cou
Deadly snake spotted devouring huge lizard on Australian beach
It’s not what you expect to see on a walk along the beach. But visitors to a popular Western Australian beach made a terrifying discovery after coming across a hungry snake making a meal of a massive lizard.
Israeli student on phone to sister killed in 'horrific' attack in Melbourne
(CNN)An Israeli student who was talking on the phone to her sister overseas has been killed in a "horrific attack" in Melbourne, Australia, police said -- a city consistently ranked among the world's safest places to live.
Australian authorities bust flight attendants accused of smuggling millions of dollars of heroin and meth
(CNN)Cabin crew for international airline Malindo Air have been accused of helping to smuggle heroin and methamphetamine worth millions of dollars from Asia to Australian cities, as part of a multinational syndicate.
Australia is battling China for influence in the Pacific
AUSTRALIA HAS always been proprietorial about what Scott Morrison, the prime minister, calls its “patch”—those millions of square miles of Pacific Ocean over which the archipelagic countries of Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia are scattered. It has also been complacent. The patch was for flying o
Recycling is not enough. Zero-packaging stores show we can kick our plastic addiction
Wrapped, sealed, boxed, cling-filmed and vacuum packed. We have become used to consumables being packaged in every way imaginable. The history of “packaging” goes back to the first human settlements. First leaves, gourds and animals skins were used. Then ceramics, glass and tin. Then paper and cardb