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
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
The 4th person who tested positive to COVID-19 is confirmed to have the Delta variant. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian told the press that they’re on high alert and that NSW residents should be extra careful for the next few days. Only 2 local cases have
Family violence and intervention order breaches, and sexual offences have increased across Geelong in the year since Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic began A report released yesterday reveals intervention breaches are up by 41%, and sexual offences up by 16% Geelong police point to a rise in
In what would be most peoples ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE, a pilot from the Northern Territories A Northern Territory pilot was left terrified moments before landing a plane when a giant huntsman spider dropped onto his lap. The secret passenger dropped onto him from the ceiling as
Congratulations to Nelson Bay for taking the crown of Australia’s Smartest Town! Lucy answered five Aussie trivia questions in 30 seconds to top the two-week-running leaderboard. See the final leaderboard below!
Coming out of rural Dungog, one very special Shepard has just set the new national price record with a whopping $35,201 price tag. James and Alice Cooper found the right bidder for the right price on June 1st at the annual Woodenbong Carlton Working Dog
Some pet animals, because they really love them. Some do it, for their safety and some do it just to have it. Whatever may be the reason it is the minimum responsibility to take care of them. It’s a simple moral obligation. I heard by
I love winter seasons because they are cool and cozy. But it also brings common infections that disturb our routine. I usually do not opt for medication unless it is really required, I love treating it in traditional ways. I still remember the days my
This week on 2NRS Drive with Tom, Charles and Lachie – the boys were talking about what it takes to become an adult – officially. They have set the challenge for the young one in the group, Charles, to officially gaduate into becoming an adult.