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Pampered Pooches and Coddled Cats…

Nicole Kidman’s Instagram post of June 8th 2021 stating how much their fur-baby misses Keith Urban when he goes on the road, grabbed over 83,000 likes. Featuring their pampered poodle pooch Julian and fur Dad – Keith, a barrage of adoring fans commented how adorable,

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Jugglers of the World Unite

Juggle: to continuously toss into the air and catch (a number of objects) so as to keep at least one in the air while handling the others. Juggling is an artform that dates back some 4,000 years. There is evidence of juggling recorded on the

Mum’s $1500 toy shopping spree divides the internet

A Queensland woman has been criticised by fellow mums, for buying three trolleys full of toys for her toddler. An Aussie mum who shared snaps of her huge shopping spree from Big W’s annual Toy Mania sale has sparked a huge divide on social media.

Larapinta – Your Next Holiday

With overseas travel off the table for a while, there’s never been a better time to head inwards and explore all the surreal experiences Australia has to offer. If your after somewhere that will make you breathless with exhaustion, and then take your breath away

Army Called To Assist In Victorian Storm Recovery

After a week since one of the biggest storms, Victoria’s regional areas including the Yarra and Dandenong Ranges. The Victorian Government has sought help from the Australian Defence Force, who will assist in the clearing of trees which have ravaged roads, squashed cars and destroyed

Push For Acknowledgement Of ‘Pastafarianism’

Would one even consider that a religion that obeys the law of a giant floating spaghetti monster exists? Well, it does. Tanya Watkins, a woman who is apart of the underground church, has been pushing for the religion to be legalised so it can be

The top 10 Aboriginal bush medicines to cure your illness

From eucalyptus oil to witchetty grubs, these natural medicines are used to cure illness the traditional way. A medicinal chemist from Macquarie University Sydney, Professor Joanne Jamie, has compiled a database on Aboriginal plants that contain anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory compound that are used in western