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The Canadian tourist was so shocked by what he saw that he shared his live reaction from the airport.
Former Bachelor star Brittany Hockley shuts down body shamers with a sizzling bikini shot.
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews has sensationally resigned after nine years in the top job.
Survey showing Trump significantly up over Biden has been criticised by pollsters
Joseph Suaalii is set to switch to rugby at the end of the 2024 NRL season. Read more here.
Due its to immense size the tyre sat along the shoreline, submerged in water for a number of days, until a group of teenagers were able to remove it.
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Gerard Sutton and Ashley Klein have copped criticism in recent weeks, with Adam Gee getting the nod. Find out more here.
"He has a 'no eye contact rule' and is apparently one of the nastiest, most self-absorbed people in the industry."
Mr Graham was booed and called a ‘traitor’ during a previous Trump event in his home state over the summer
The cult-favourite burger chain revealed it had been caught in a financial pickle, revealing its decision to throw in the towel in a cheesy announcement.
Angus Brayshaw is engaged to the daughter of Danny Frawley. Read more here.
Oscar Piastri produced the first podium finish of his career at the Japanese Grand Prix. Read more here.
The baby’s bites left him with his fingers chewed off and his bassinet “covered in blood”
Some were shocked by the grim footage, but it's a pretty common sight, an expert told Yahoo. Watch the video.
The Melbourne woman got quite a fright when she felt something unexpected among her potatoes.
The Wallabies suffered their biggest-ever loss to Wales and biggest at the World Cup. Read more here.
The woman, believed to be in her 20s, was 'stuck for some time' with several injuries before being winched to safety.