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FIRST WORLD PROBLEMS: A local woman is being praised for her bravery this evening. Cynthia Thomas spent upwards of $450 today on a cut, blow dry and highlights at the ritzy Joh Bailey hair salon in Double Bay. "After my cut,...
SCREEN TIME: Growing numbers of Australian millennials are joining blind people in using guide dogs to help lead them around town. "It's so convenient," says Lilly Marsh. "I can keep texting, checking social media and playing Wordle etc, without having...
ALL TALK: A local call centre worker has been accused of severely exaggerating his job description. Last week Tristan Micallef started a new job taking inbound customer service calls at Telstra. His only previous job was a furniture salesman. But the...
SLAPSTICK: Hollywood star Will Smith has capped off a successful night at the Oscars, winning best actor for his Chris Rock slap. "I thought the slapping scene went really well," Smith said in his acceptance speech tonight. "As a film...
HOT GIRL SUMMER: Two Sydney women have struck an 'ongoing' deal to be friends, in what's being described by others as a 'thinly veiled attempt at improving their instagram content.' Lauren Howarth and Kate Webb met randomly last week through...
Gina Toohey is turning back time today, after applying a 'Quick Fix Anti-Aging Sheet Mask' that she bought from her local Chemist Warehouse. "I've never used one of these before, but it's about time I tried them," the 30 year...
HUMBLE HERO: Tennis ace Ash Barty is causing headaches for satire writers around the country today Months after winning the Australian Open, she's shocked the tennis world by making the decision to retire from the sport at just 25 years...
TRAILER PARK TRASH: A Sutherland Shire far right extremist has taken a leap of faith at his local tattoo shop today. “I wanted something a bit mysterious for my trip to Bali,” says Campbell Fenning. “I kind of left it...
RELATABLE CONTENT: A landmark new report has shed light on why people cross the road, with some surprising findings. The report, by the Pedestrian Council of Australia, shows that almost 20% of people crossing the street are doing so purely...
RIGHT CROWD: Popular Italian restaurant Totti’s Bondi has announced a ban on anyone who was a student within Australia's public school system. “Totti’s Bondi is not just a restaurant, it’s a lifestyle,” says manager Joel Kentworthy. “We need to make sure...

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