16 January 2019, Wednesday News

16 January 2019, Wednesday

Meghan laughs off ‘fat’ jibe

Gorgeous photos of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on a night out attending Cirque du Soleil! Full story: 📷: Paul Grover/Getty

annachang 🙌
Duchess Meghan is an amazing wonderful women and most likeable. Her contribution and works done for the people are profound and great. We love our Duchess.

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Gillette’s not 'the best a man can get'

Comment: Gilette has jumped on the MeToo bandwagon as a cynical marketing ploy, but it follows a long history of sexism

Women are losing their shit over this one, the advert disses men but it's the girls going nuts. It's been an enlightening couple of days.
Good piece, seems quite hypocritical from Procter & Gamble to take this angle. If anything it shines alight on their shady businesses practices.

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Turkey issues arrest warrant for New York Knicks star Enes Kanter

Turkish prosecutors are seeking the extradition of New York Knicks centre Enes Kanter over his links to the US-based cleric accused of orchestrating a failed coup

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Australian Open fans evicted after tussle over sweaty headband

Australian Open tennis fans play tug of war with a sweaty headband AusOpen

Toxic femininity
Sad

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Suicide bombing in Syria kills 20, including five US troops | Sky News Australia

A suicide bombing in northern Syria has killed 20 people, including five US troops.

religionofpeace
Another vile act in the name of the Flying Spaghetti Monster no doubt!

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Fleetwood Mac announce 2019 Australian tour

You Can Go Your Own Way.

No Lindsay Buckingham? No thanks.

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Canadian facing execution in China will appeal his death sentence, lawyer confirms

Canadian facing execution in China will appeal his death sentence, lawyer confirms

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Petitions launched as Macquarie Ice Rink faces demolition

Petitions have begun circulating after it was revealed the Macquarie Ice Rink will be closing

NehalHiralal

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Brexit news:Theresa May survives no confidence motion

Despite the reprieve, May faces a monumental struggle to find a way out of her country's Brexit impasse. 9News

AusPol The U.K. should be embarrassed but not as embarrassed as Australia and Ecuador.

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Meghan laughs off ‘fat lady’ call

As a former actress, Meghan Markle is used to thinking quickly on her feet, and today was no exception.

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Fijian workers able to work on Aussie farms under new Pacific Labour Scheme

Scott Morrison will announce Fijian workers will be allowed to work on Australian farms as part of the expanded Pacific Labour Scheme

ScottMorrisonMP does that mean Neil Prakash can come back and show the LNP how to use whatsapp? I can see it now' Prakash and PeterDutton_MP huddled in a corner trading secrets, while the rest of you remark on the cuteness of the couple. auspol
Morrison 'family' values. Cheap labour from a little closer than Bangladesh or India. In this photo is the PM Pastor explaining to our Pacific Family that climate change is a done deal & they might as well just get used to it. Maybe houses on stilts?

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Theresa May survives no confidence vote | Sky News Australia

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has staved off an attempt by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to oust her and her government, surviving a vote of no-confidence by 19 votes.

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Sydneysiders urged to stay indoors as heatwave worsens

NSW Health is warning Sydneysiders to limit their outdoor time until Saturday, as the heatwave nears its peak

kelliekelly23 Don’t you just love summer

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Murdered woman was still breathing when discovered in Melbourne bushes | Sky News Australia

A murdered woman was reportedly still breathing when she was discovered partially naked in bushes near a Melbourne shopping centre on Wednesday.

Another women dead.. why did she deserve this. What is wrong in our society. Oh i know ... the gillette ad is abhorrent to men. Well guess what..rape and death is abhorrent to women. Miranda Devine will have nothing to say about the waste of this woman life or her horrific death.

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Mike Pence claims ISIS has been defeated on same day as deadly attack on US troops

His comments come on the same day US troops were killed in a deadly attack in Syria.

Do you take pleasure in this... sick!
Let’s face it they will never go away. Today they are called ISIS tomorrow it will be another name and they will pick up our disillusioned youth and make them soldiers in a futile war.

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Australia falling hard for ‘all heart’ Alex

This is the Aussie we should all be talking about during the AustralianOpen. AusOpen

AustralianOpen F*ck him & Tennis 24/7 on TV
AustralianOpen Soy.

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Iran calls for release of journalist arrested in US

Journalist Marziyeh Hashem mistreated in US prison, Iran state TV's English channel says

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'Farcical': Sydney residents' claims over WestConnex cracking denied

Residents in a street in North Strathfield say construction vibrations from work on the M4 East tunnel section caused their walls to crack and crumble.

MeganGorrey Knocked back without, I heard on the rafio, an inspection! Heaven help the rest of us when this happens.
MeganGorrey At least give homeowners a copy of best 80’s Aussie band SpyvSpy’s ‘Don’t tear it down’ with appropriate lyrics ‘an expressway was planned to cut through our lounge”. Go on you millennials. Spotify it & turn it up to 11! You won’t need 💊 & shitty techno music festivals to 💃

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Exclusive: Nauru's prescription drug records reveal mental health 'crisis'

SBS News has obtained 161 pages of documents detailing the vast amount of medication prescribed inside the offshore detention centre on Nauru.

GCoxsbs Give each of them a fistful of money and put them on planes to get them to their home countries.
Oh now it’s making sense why Peter Dutton said that they have mental illness ! freerefugees

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Clean-up set to begin at toxic dump sites

Clean-up set to begin at toxic dump sites in Melbourne's north

Labor gov neglect that a biz was allowed to store toxic chemicals near residential They should hike d fine to $10mils plus 5yrs prison

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'You are embarrassing': Tony Abbott slapped down over Brexit claim

'Anyone with a basic grasp of economics (not Tony Abbott it seems) should spot the problem,' a British economics professor said.

The biting into an onion seriously. Forever etched in my mind. He is mental.
He is a fool a joke yet became PM lol.

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Body of missing German tourist found in NT

The body of missing German tourist Monika Billen is believed to have been found outside Alice Springs.

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Sylvia Jeffreys takes aim at tabloid over ‘pregnancy’ story

She responded to a pregnancy rumour in the best possible way.

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Trump shifts his argument for wall

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

It's hardly a 'huge change in rhetoric'. That's cheap clickbait sensationalism. It's simply providing more factual reasons why walls actually works. Of course the Democrats aren't interested in facts, they've made that clear.

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How to get the top reply to Trump tweets

.realDonaldTrump tweets and responders race to get the top reply

realDonaldTrump US Senate Republican leader accused on Twitter of having Russian links! puestoloco
realDonaldTrump Thanks ABC! Usefulness shown by number of Russian trolls responding here. Or are they just LNP hacks who hate the ABC? Hard to tell these days.

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Body of missing German tourist found near Alice Springs after police use phone data

The body of missing German tourist Monika Billen, who was last seen on New Year's Day, has been found outside of Alice Springs

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'Strange': China lashes Australia over drug death penalty criticism

'Strange': China lashes Australia over drug death penalty criticism | KirstyLNeedham

KirstyLNeedham NZClarke should think about visiting China? They also sort out corrupt politicians jacindaardern winstonpeters NZFirst nzlabour JudithCollinsMP
KirstyLNeedham Australia shall respect Chinese laws & its is up to China to implement such laws in China. Moreover, if Au allows drug dealers to sell drugs almost openly in Au, this doesn’t mean anyone else should follow. Singapore is free from narcotic thanks to tough laws.

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'Who is he watching?': Kyrgios in dig at Hewitt on social media

'Who is he watching?': Kyrgios takes shot at Hewitt on social media | SMHsport

SMHsport Seems a bit like childish jealousy to me!!
SMHsport Had enough of zero credibility Kyrgios...such a first round loser!

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Serial sex offender will not wear tracking device after supervision order lifted

Serial sex offender Robert John Fardon will not be required to wear a tracking device after a Queensland court lifted supervision orders.


Can’t re-offend when he’s 6ft under.... With his record he should have swung from a short rope 🤬

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Some home loan customers 'will be paying less this time next year'

Interest rates on mortgages could be even lower in a year, analysts predict ausbiz

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How blister fluid could cut burn severity diagnosis time from weeks to hours

Blister fluid test could cut burn depth and severity diagnosis time from weeks to hours

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Nazism in Australia has a long history. Here's the short version

A brief history of Nazism in Australia

Look forward to theirABC's report on communism in Australia. Far more rampart and dangerous. Was at the ABC shop the other day where you could buy these. auspol
Australia has a history of ignoring extremist groups both political and religious that have operated here for a century, yes the Nazis, also the Croat rebels that were funded and trained here in the sixties and the Tamil Tigers, on International terror lists but not in Australia

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What lies beneath the cracks in Opal Tower — and buildings across Australia

OPINION: What lies beneath the cracks in Opal Tower — and buildings across Australia

the problem is Private Certifiers, they have and are known to be in the pocket of developers, the Government alone should be responsible for the certification of buildings.
Unqualified cheap imported labour.

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Mary Queen of Scots is a cautionary tale of powerful women manipulated by desperate men

Mary Queen of Scots recasts historical feud between queens as feminist fable

Mmmyes, nothing like making shite up to please today's young woke's.
Last word in fan fiction, but great costumes & scenery.

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Five ‘armed’ teens arrested at Westfield

Five teenagers have been arrested after frightened shoppers saw them carrying replica firearms through a Westfield in northern Sydney.

Get that slap on the wrist ready Your Honour! 🤯🤯🤯
Wannabe Thugs .. put them in the ARMY .. Infantry, if they love weapons so much, see how they go .. LOL .. they'd be crying for mum within two days ..

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Most coffee species at risk of extinction, scientists warn

Most coffee species at risk of extinction due to climate change, scientists warn

BS.
They blame fake climate change for just about everything

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May narrowly survives no-confidence vote after crushing Brexit defeat

Theresa May narrowly survives no-confidence vote after crushing Brexit defeat

Good side won. Anti UK, sinister Corbyn lost.
... and the embarrassing unsubstantiated wanking around the UK has been engaging in for the past 2 1/2 years continues ...

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Theresa May survives no-confidence vote after Brexit defeat

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence in parliament, 24 hours after her Brexit withdrawal plan suffered an historic defeat.


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Theresa May survives no-confidence vote after Brexit defeat

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence in parliament, 24 hours after her Brexit withdrawal plan suffered an historic defeat.

melulater NickdMiller so has corbyn resigned?
NickdMiller I see this everywhere, please understand the difference between confidence in her (which is a party vote) and vote in confidence in government (which is a parliamentary vote).

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Theresa May narrowly survives no-confidence vote after humiliating Brexit defeat

British Prime Minister Theresa May's government saw off a vote of no confidence in parliament on Wednesday, brought after MPs overwhelmingly rejected the Brexit deal.

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UK crisis after Brexit humiliation

British Prime Minister Theresa May has narrowly survived a no-confidence vote after her Brexit plan was savagely rejected by MPs.

If she didn’t survive though she could just keep asking for another vote till she won the numbers.. that’s what the left do..
This is a great victory, the most votes she could have got was 327 as Labour, the SNP and the Greens would have voted against her, which leaves the Tory MPs, the DUP and an independent. Onwards and upwards.

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Kyrgios: ‘You should be ashamed’

.NickKyrgios has fired a direct shot at lleytonhewitt less than 24 hours after saying there was “not really” a rift between them.

NickKyrgios lleytonhewitt Cut him and Tomic the tool loose they are an embarrassment focus on the young guys that want to represent australia
NickKyrgios lleytonhewitt We don’t care. ICYMI there’s a new demon on the court.

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Download Assets Copy Story Print Share Trump feels shutdown pressure from economists, Nancy Pelosi

Trump's own economists acknowledged the prolonged standoff was having a greater economic drag than previously thought. 9News

When you copy and paste your story you should probably proof read it to make sure you haven't copied part of your intranet site into the title.
Do? buildthewall

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Audit finds bureaucrats applied 'insufficient scrutiny' to $443 million Barrier Reef grant

Bureaucrats slammed over contentious $443m Great Barrier Reef grant auspol

Derrrrrr Fred
geoffrey_payne Who were these bureaucrats precisely? Is anyone actually going to be responsible for this give-away of $443.800.000? And then return the money.

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SBS News @SBSNews

UK MPs are voting on a motion of no confidence after the crushing defeat of Theresa May's Brexit deal.

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Theresa May narrowly wins confidence vote after humiliating Brexit defeat

British Prime Minister Theresa May has seen off an attempt by the opposition Labour Party to bring down her government over Brexit

Sack Corbyn, a Michael Foote type Labour Leader loser, and put in some one who is rational and reasonable.

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Theresa May defends govt ahead of no-confidence vote | Sky News Australia

BREAKING: British Prime Minister Theresa May is due to face a vote of no confidence after her Brexit deal defeat. MORE: FirstEdition

When Did the World Stop Laughing At Itself?

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Second leaked video shows Kurtley Beale skylarking around suspicious substance

Hours after the Wallabies star apologised for laughing in video where a man snorted white powder, a second video has leaked.

SMHsport Well Kurtly Beale he was in trouble number of years ago with James O'Connor with the wallabies who recently was caught in France, Very disappointing as a role model to the younger ones. 2GB873

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Residents disgusted sex offender Robert Fardon was living in their street

Residents say they are horrified they were not told one of Queensland’s worst sex offenders was living in their midst. 9News

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UPDATE: Airline staff 'smuggled high-grade heroin, ice' as part of drug syndicate

Two international airline staff are accused of importing high-grade heroin and ice into Australia. 9News

Those diplomatic pouches come in handy.

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Annabelle Potts dies of rare brain cancer

Canberra girl Annabelle Potts, who has been travelling to Mexico for experimental cancer treatment, has died, her family has announced. 9News

Don't like the word hate but when it comes to cancer, the word hate is not strong enough, especially when it takes children so young. My thoughts are with the family.
Mom fights for life of her son, government ignores her.

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Pizza salves shutdown pain as Canadian air traffic controllers send slices to American counterparts

Pizza salves shutdown pain as Canadian air traffic controllers send slices to American counterparts

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Texas woman 'shot and killed her boyfriend while posing for photo with his rifle'

She claims his death was a horrible accident. 9News

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Morrison first serving PM to visit Vanuatu for economic talks

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made an agreement to fund projects in Pacific countries to make sure climate change does not affect island nations.

Good to fund them but better to bring back death penalty and save money on housing criminals that are in for life as they cost us so much in letting them live a life of freebies

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Get richer in 21 days, a real New Year resolution

Finding a financial buddy can provide the extra encouragement you need to make your savings plan stick.

I just use a towel or a dirty T-shirt to wipe up, so I don't need too much money.

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Minister slams 'totally unacceptable' use of restraints in nursing homes

Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt said images of people in aged care being physically and chemically restrained were 'totally unacceptable'.

It's not the images that are unacceptable.
Appropriate staffing levels is the only solution. The use of restraints is already illegal

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Russia says US 'spy' caught red-handed, denies prisoner swap

Russia's Foreign Minister rejects allegations that former US marine Paul Whelan was arrested in order to swap him for one of the Russians held in the US.

if it was weed forget about it. I don't wanna have to give u the speech.......
Are there tapes ?

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It's been a horrible job, but at least Theresa May has kept at it

Theresa May has kept at it when others would have quit - which she would have doubtless been roundly criticised for doing - long ago.

Like a dog with a bone? But yet, has the electorate changed its mind because parliament has spoken?
Theresa the Appeaser

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Romeo, 'the world's loneliest frog', finds his Juliet 10 years later

Congratulations to romeothefrog!

Thank you ! Hopping with joy!
romeothefrog Ah the romance. Cue the red & white check tablecloth, violin music & subdued lighting.

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Australian Open 2019: Alex De Minaur through in five-set epic - but faces a tough third-round opponent

Alex De Minaur through in five-set epic - but faces a tough third-round opponent AusOpen

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Russian start-up wants to beam ads down from space | Sky News Australia

A Russian start-up is working to fill the sky with advertisements and warnings that could be seen across the globe in the early 2020s

When Did the World Stop Laughing At Itself?
No. Just No. No.

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Kyrgios unleashes fury in Twitter tirade

And Lleyton Hewitt's former coach was the target

Somebody needs to get in Nick & Tomic’s ear and explain to them that the only place success comes before work is in the dictionary. Both are semi professional tennis players - they don’t put in the hard work like the top guys - Tomic barely trains, yet expects to be competitive
What’s embarrassing is when dudes who have done very little, hack on guys who have done quite a lot. whogivesa waste couldbegreat concordewithnopilot

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Office landlords start 2019 with a $1.6 billion bang

$800 million share in historic Sydney building up for grabs | sdanck

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Australian man escapes Nairobi hotel attack which killed 14

An Australian public relations worker has described how he barricaded himself in an office as Islamic extremist gunmen opened fire on a hotel complex in Kenya.

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Mauritian teen charged with rape of nine-year-old in Sydney

An 18-year-old man has been charged with raping a nine-year-old boy in Sydney's west while on vacation from Mauritius

It’s unlikely the punishment will even remotely fit the crime, as sexual assault and rape aren’t taken seriously enough. Argh! 😡🤬
WTF. Our beautiful Open Society.

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'Naive, reckless' tourists couchsurfing in war-torn Afghanistan

Afghanistan has seen the number of foreign travellers crossing its borders dwindle in the past four decades of almost non-stop conflict, but dozens of tourists are still taking the risk each year

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May faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation

As British Prime Minister Theresa May looks set to win a confidence vote, questions are being asked about what's next for Brexit.

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Meerkat theft Perth Zoo: Woman spared jail after keeping meerkat in bedroom

Woman spared jail over meercat theft


Idiot, had no idea what a Meercat wants and they surely don't want to be locked up in a house without their burrows. Send her to hard labor for 10 years digging holes would be right punishment

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Davis Cup review likely in wake of Tomic-Hewitt saga

Exclusive: Australia are expected to name their squad for next month’s tie against Bosnia and Herzegovina and the burning question remains whether Hewitt will name himself in the squad of five | SMHsport

SMHsport Hewitt retired. I still do no understand how he appointed himself to play last time.
SMHsport The truth is, they're both losers who were elevated beyond their capacity by the MSM

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Gillette defends controversial short film 'The Best Men Can Be'

Gillette hits back over controversial short film 'The Best Men Can Be' | BroedeCarmody

BroedeCarmody Get stuffed Gillette You've lost my business. You're just a bunch of angry feminists. GilletteAd
BroedeCarmody Watch as their share price takes a dive. Bye felicia

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Little lost duck provides a rare treat for birdwatchers

Take that, New York: Australia has its own beautiful duck and it's pure rock'n'roll

lifeoflouloulou
AmberX994874 It’s a Werribee duck. Guess what it smells like?

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Aged Care inquiry: 'Worse stories still to come' says whistleblower

'Worse stories still to come' on aged care

The greed in the industry is disgraceful as the elderly are neglected and fed food of low nutritional value, never mind its tasteless.
This has been bandied about for some time now. Guess since they're old ppl & therefore relatively defenseless & certainly aren't a threat, nothing of any substance will be done anytime soon. Just run more headlines.

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Reid’s bathroom encounter with singer

I'm A Celebrity star's bathroom encounter with singer

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Why the ‘10 Year Challenge’ is the worst the internet has seen

Why the ‘10 Year Challenge’ is the worst

GilletteAd
Yes, 10yearchallenge is worse because:

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Five armed men arrested at Westfield

Five armed men arrested at Westfield

I´m glad that I found the DeepOnion project. They have a serious dev team and a lot of good features. I recommend to take a look into this project. They have a great potential, 100% sure! DeepOnion $ONION GetDeepOnion
Gel blasters

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Boy falls to death off cruise ship

Boy falls to death off cruise ship

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C'monnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn! WATCH LIVE: FOLLOW LIVE: 9WWOS AusOpen

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Missing Queensland fisherman found alive | Sky News Australia

A fisherman who was believed to have fallen from a boat in waters off Queensland's Sunshine Coast has been found alive.

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Cathy McGowan asks constituents to help her decide whether to vote for refugee bill

The government will avoid a humiliating defeat if Cathy McGowan voted against the bill.

Just do it!
surely her constituents have a heart because the new fake pm and the liberal party have no heart auspol nswpol

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After defeat, a delay to Brexit increasingly on cards

EU piles pressure on Theresa May, calls for clarity around Brexit intentions

Why do they support the PM now and not when she needed them? Backstabbers

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NT department heads put on notice over budget blowouts

NT Chief Minister threatens disciplinary action against agency heads for budget blowouts PIC: Ian Redfern

Lay off the binge spending perhaps? NT deserves better.
Make ur mind up Gunna surely they cant spend if u dont give Who rules u or them

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Man pulled from water at south end of Bondi beach

Paramedics have performed CPR on the man, whose condition is unknown.

No wonder there were so many police cars in Bondi Beach this evening
Please swim with a buddy, between the flags and to your ability. The trauma for lifeguards is huge. Think of your family and friends before you swim outside your capability.

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'One-on-one relationships' key to PM's Pacific plan | Sky News Australia

The Australian's political reporter Richard Ferguson told Sky News that a 'key plank' of the PM's foreign policy agenda is to increase Australia's presence in the Pacific by building 'one-on-one relationships' with leaders.

When Did the World Stop Laughing At Itself?

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'Not a bathtub': Burke demands better monitoring of Murray-Darling

Labor's water spokesman says getting better information about the state of Murray-Darling Basin ecosystems is 'an absolute priority'.

p_hannam Is anyone surprised at the complete incompetence in Govt, this is what happens when you stop putting AustraliaFirst & you refuse to listen to the people & experts.
p_hannam Is that the same Tony Burke who approved the Abbots Point coal terminal which contributes to the destruction of the Murray-Darling ecosystem?

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Missing fisherman found asleep on boat after all-day search

A fisherman believed to have gone missing from a vessel off the Queensland coast without a life jacket has been found alive.

Firstly, how the hell does one sleep for 14hrs?

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What the Brexit uncertainty means for Australia

As the United Kingdom scrambled to make sense of Brexit's future, the chaos has cast a shadow of uncertainty reaching well beyond the country's borders.

We’re not part of Europe so big whoop! Oh wand we are not part of the UK either. Scummo would see us as the 51st State.
U loose SBS

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'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date auspol

Smart move
Bullshit. It's election time. His position will change after the action to appease the Greens and scum of the left.

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Warring women lose minds in Open spat

Two stubborn fans at the Australian Open have snarled their way to 15 seconds of fame with one of the pettiest squabbles Melbourne Park has seen.

Aggressive behaviour by women is witty whereas if by men then it means 'no shaving gear for you!' GenderEqualityWhenItSuits BoycottGillette
Hey Gillette can you have a word to these 2 women. Thanks. GilletteAd

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Government's $444m grant to reef body didn't comply with transparency rules, Audit Office says

Controversial Great Barrier Reef grant didn't comply with transparency rules, National Audit Office says

DanaScully2 Because the Govt had already decided to give them the funds 🤔🤔🤔
MinhKular A surprise. The punters at the local could have told you it stinks.

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Is it an alien spacecraft? Is it the Moon? No, it's a huge spinning ice disk on a frozen river

Residents of a city in Maine, US, have been mesmerised by a slowly spinning circle of ice almost 100 metres wide, which formed in a natural whirlpool

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Questions raised over Brexit consequences for Australia | Sky News Australia

Australian winemakers have been stockpiling supplies across European warehouses, while the Meat and Livestock Organisation has raised concerns about potential risks to red meat exports.

As long as you store the wine. Make sure there’s enough wine.
When Did the World Stop Laughing At Itself?

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Cash back for ratepayers after blunder sees them slugged millions in extra rates

Cash back for ratepayers after blunder sees them slugged millions in extra rates

Not Ballarat 😔
Add wodonga to the list 👍

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Audit finds bureaucrats applied 'insufficient scrutiny' to $443 million Barrier Reef grant

Audit finds bureaucrats applied 'insufficient scrutiny' to $443 million Barrier Reef grant | michaelkoziol

michaelkoziol What does Josh Frydenberg and Scott Morrison have to say about that obviously labour’s fault again
michaelkoziol Bureaucrats don’t care, they still get paid every fortnight regardless of the stuff ups they are involved in.

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YouTube is banning dangerous pranks after #birdbox, tide pod challenges. Here's how

YouTube pranksters have been put on notice: stop uploading dangerous pranks or emotionally disturbing videos

Yeh like they are going to listen.... If they die... Meh! If they contribute to others deaths then charge them with murder, no matter wat country!

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Body of missing German tourist found in NT after police access phone data

The body of missing German tourist Monika Billen is found under a tree 2.9 kilometres west of Emily Gap, a popular tourist site outside Alice Springs in Central Australia.

Well that's not good
Is is known yet what happened to her?

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Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris enters treatment for ‘emotional health’

The daughter of Michael Jackson is reportedly seeking help for her “emotional health” in a treatment facility.

The whole gender are seemingly a train-wreck, hissing, bitter, depressed, feral. I fear for them.

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Facebook yet to decide which political advertising rules it will roll out in Australia

Moves to limit fake news and propaganda in several countries are underway, but Facebook says it is still weighing options for Australia's upcoming federal election.

I trust Facebook.🙄
Liberal or Labor... depends on who would ask for data.

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Donald Trump 'will never back down' in border wall push | Sky News Australia

.JohnRuddick2 on Donald Trump: I believe Trump in future decades is going to be considered a revered figured. He is going to build that wall … he is drawing a line in the sand. MORE: gleeso

JohnRuddick2 This guy and LyleShelton are vying for the least cool person in Australia crown. What knobs.
JohnRuddick2 The only people in Sydney that 'celebrate' Australia Day are young males (Cronulla) tourists (Sydney Harbour, Bondi) and people who live in the Hills districts (bible belt). People don't hold the date sacred they are just used to the public holiday. Change the date.

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Majority of the nation wants Australia Day unchanged: poll | Sky News Australia

.JohnRuddick2: Now 71 per cent of Australians are pro Australia Day. For the past 20 years every 26 of January we have been approaching it with dread because all of our opinion pages are full of ‘Australia Day is bad’. MORE: gleeso

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JohnRuddick2 Invasion day ? Australia has experienced 3 invasion days. 1 on foot. 2 by boats. And in 1942 a failed invasion by Japanese boats and aircraft Credlin outsiders

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Missing woman’s body found in outback

The body of a woman, believed to be missing grandmother Marilyn Grubb, has been found in the outback.

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