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New research from the Australian Bureau of Statistics has uncovered a link between owning a Falcon ute and wanting to keep Australia Day on January 26. "We interviewed 15,000 Australians who don't want to change the Australia Day date, to...
A violent alcoholic white collar criminal who is also addicted to coffee and sleeping pills has lent his voice to the marijuana legalisation debate. Johnathan Summers, who was charged with corporate fraud in 2016, says cannabis must remain illegal in...
A Sydney start-up has launched a new dating app exclusively for singles who deny that climate change is man-made. "The climate change debate is becoming increasingly polarising," says app developer David Townley. "And it's also becoming a big factor in...
A self-appointed nutritionist with lips and breasts filled with harsh chemicals has added her voice to the 'sugar is toxic' movement. Sydney's Linley Brulia is backing up scientific research showing that sugar has harmful effects on metabolism and contributes to...
Less than four days after announcing they're stepping back from senior roles in the Royal family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have launched a GoFundMe page. "It's just a short term initiative," says Prince Harry. "We just need some funds...
A 35 year old man has made the brave decision to stop living with his grandmother. The man known as 'Harry' told relatives he will still honour his family members but will no longer live near them. "I want to become...
The bushfires raging around the country have caused unspeakable grief and hardship to countless victims and their families. But there is an upside, according to an environmental think tank. "Many Australians have now become bushfire management experts," says report author Lyle...
The NSW Wales Police Commissioner says he's "deeply concerned" about the rapid take up of face masks to protect from smoke pollution. "I understand, there are potential health benefits, but the masks also trigger very real security concerns," says Mick...
Already under severe pressure from the bushfire crisis, the Prime Minister is attempting to deflect mounting pressure from Sydney's lingering smoke haze. In an interview this morning, Scott Morrison claimed the bushfires and the smoke haze are not "necessarily linked." "It's...
Scott Morrison has braved sweltering conditions at the Hawkesbury RFS control centre, as he thanked the state's firefighters. The centre's air conditioning system broke down just minutes into the PM's visit. "It's getting very hot in here," he told the firefighters....

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