CHANGE OF HEART: The 1998 captain of the Scots College 1st XV Rugby team is today jumping on the soccer bandwagon after the Socceroos World Cup victory against Denmark. "How good are the Socceroos!?" shouted Miles McKenzie, in the early hours of this morning as he watched the game that saw Australia book a place in the round of 16. "I...
IMPOSTER: It’s the one question Jye Coulman always loves being asked: "Where do you live?" His answer always comes quickly and enthusiastically: "I live in Bondi." But an investigation by DBT has revealed the 29 year old actually lives more than 3 kilometres away from Bondi. His apartment in Ebley street lies deep within Bondi Junction's borders - a 2 minute walk...
HELLO SAILOR: A Manly woman is being called out for lying to friends about how she got to Double Bay. "My friend Tom is so nice, he just dropped me off his boat at the beach nearby," claimed Fiona Murray while on the phone as she arrived at Double Bay. "It's so good to have friends with boats," she says. But several...
NUMBERS MAN: The world's declining birth rate comes amid increased costs of living, economic uncertainty plus climate change And now a new reason has emerged. "I've always considered myself someone who would make a great father," says 33 year old Michael Freehill. "But a friend recently had to help his daughter solve an algebra problem for school and that's when I decided...
SO SYDNEY: A night out to catch up with friends over dinner last night somehow morphed into a brutal forum of petty one-upmanship. Mark Casen and his girlfriend invited his old friend Daniel Hodge on a double date to Mimi's in Double Bay. But Daniel Hodge spent the whole night talking about some other fucking place in Surry Hills which he...
SOBER TRUTH: It's taken a 5-thousand kilometre trip to Qatar for one English soccer fanatic to discover the shocking truth about the game he loves. "It's actually really fucking boring to watch, unless you're very pissed," admits Simon Millard who just watched England’s shock 0-0 draw with the USA at the World Cup. His revelation comes after Qatari authorities banned the...
MEDIA OBSESSION: As media interest in hosting changes at The Project continues to grow, Network TEN has announced it'll host a daily press conference on the topic. "As of Tuesday at 8pm, we have three new cases of hosts quitting the show," said Network TEN executive Steve Jamison in yesterday's 11am update. "But our health advice shows that number is expected...
WRIST WARRIOR: After a ten year partying hiatus, local man Michael Labroy is back on Sydney's social scene. And this time he's not mucking around. The 35 year old recent divorcee turned up to The Island a short time ago with a wrist full of bangles and bracelets. "The last decade has taught me a lot about life and people," he told...
BOOGER SUGAR: A Sydney personal trainer is adding his voice to a growing school of thought that 'sugar is toxic.' Mike Yarwood tells all his clients that sugar has harmful effects on the metabolism and can contribute to the development of disease. "Obesity and heart disease aside, recent studies also show evidence linking sugar consumption with breast cancer," he told DBT. "I...
BAD CONNECTION: A local man is accused of being a bad friend after failing to reply to text messages, despite always being on his phone. Investment analyst Mark Stanforth admits to leading a busy life and being overloaded with messages, but he's blaming his poor response rate on mobile network issues. "A lot of people have been saying I didn't reply...

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