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The Aussie skincare founder 'spent an hour crying' after shopping at Rip Curl. Credit: TikTok/TribeSkincare
Living through the harrowing experience of walking her father through voluntary assisted dying has led Liberal senator Jane Hume to change her view on the issue.Her father Steve was diagnosed with pneumonia, fibromyalgia and finally a tumour on his lung which spread to his spine, giving him six months to live in late 2019.
After her tweet caused an uproar, Pauline Hanson doubled down on her rhetoric, resulting in one of her colleagues calling her a scumbag. Read more.
Hunter MP Dan Repacholi is the first to admit he's not your average person seen around Parliament House.While he says he has big shoes to fill from the work of long-serving predecessor Joel Fitzgibbon, the self-described "big unit" says he's up to the task.
The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) has a new chair and for the first time it is a disabled person – former paralympian Kurt Fearnley. His appointment, along with that of two new directors, Graeme Innes (former disability discrimination commissioner) and Maryanne Diamond (Australian Network on Disability board member), brings the number of people with disability on the board to five. But will these appointments go far enough in terms of helping to reset the scheme and restore it to i
New home building is likely to remain subdued until 2026 due to high interest rates, soaring inflation and ongoing labour and material shortages.Master Builders Australia (MBA) has downgraded forecasts for the residential construction sector made earlier in the year to reflect ongoing inflationary pressures and labour shortages.
A singer says she had to perform for tourists in Phuket after Jetstar cancelled her flight and left her stranded. Find out what happened.
The controversial cashless debit card is destined for the scrapyard, paving the way for thousands in remote communities to come off it next week.The card will become voluntary for people in Ceduna, Bundaberg, the East Kimberley and the Goldfields.
An Aussie man will think twice about his next order after making an unpleasant discovery in his beverage. Find out what it
Millions of Australian workers are fed up and looking to change professions as companies grapple with growing negative employee sentiment.Close to half of all employees, or 42 per cent, are very likely to leave their workplace in the next six to 12 months, according to a recent survey by Allianz Australia.
The New Zealand government has expanded sanctions on key Russians, but cannot provide further military assistance as it has nothing Ukraine wants.Defence Minister Peeni Henare said New Zealand stood ready to provide further lethal aid if Ukraine's needs matched its stockpiles.
Grotesque noises were broadcast over the plane's speaker system, leaving one passenger in stitches and others dying to solve the mystery. Read more.
Supporters of Iraq's influential Shi'ite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr have attempted to storm Baghdad's Green Zone government area as the Iraqi parliament held session on the resignation of its Speaker.Associated Press journalists saw those supporting al-Sadr waving flags as security forces gathered around them.
North Korea has fired two short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast, the South's military says, just a day before US Vice President Kamala Harris is set to arrive in Seoul.After a stop in Japan, Harris is set to arrive in the South Korean capital and visit the heavily fortified Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between the neighbours on Thursday.
Vietnam has urged more people to evacuate as an intensifying Typhoon Noru barrells towards the southeast Asian nation, after causing at least eight deaths and widespread flooding in the Philippines.Wind speeds were seen reaching 183km/h late on Tuesday, the country's meteorological agency said, adding that Noru was expected to make landfall in Vietnam on Wednesday before weakening and moving on to Thailand.
A man is dead and a group of teenagers are facing serious charges after a crash involving an allegedly stolen car and a motor scooter east of Brisbane.The 59-year-old rider was rushed to hospital following the crash at Wynnum West about 9.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of the founder of the Oath Keepers extremist group and four associates charged with seditious conspiracy, one of the most serious cases to emerge from the Jan.Amid complaints by lawyers for Stewart Rhodes and the others that they cannot get a fair jury in Washington, the judge began winnowing the pool of potential jurors who will decide the fate of the first January 6 defendants to stand trial on the rare Civil War-era charge.
The United States has begun a first-of-its-kind summit with Pacific island leaders, saying they had agreed a partnership for the future and holding out the prospect of "big dollar" help to a region where it hopes to stem China's expanding influence.Leaders from 12 Pacific island states were expected to take part in a two-day summit in Washington DC, with two more sending representatives, and Australia and New Zealand attending as observers.
European countries are racingto investigate unexplained leaks in two Russian gas pipelines running under the Baltic Sea near Sweden and Denmark.A seismograph on the Danish island of Bornholm twice recorded spikes representing earth tremors on Monday, the day on which the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines underwent dramatic falls in pressure, German geological research centre GFZ said.