• Sam Mac in Japan
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    Sam Mac in Japan

    This week Sam Mac is on an amazing Japanese adventure! Starting in Tokyo, he’ll zig zag across the country to bring you the weather LIVE from the most special parts of Japan, thanks to Intrepid Travel. On Monday, Sam will join over 36 million people in one of the biggest cities in the world, Tokyo. From the weird to the wonderful, Sam will sample it all including the Robot Restaurant, Cat cafe and the buzzing district of Harajuku. Tune in to see how he goes tackling the busiest intersection in the world, the Shibuya crossing!

  • Find out more about Medibank's Free + Active program
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    Find out more about Medibank's Free + Active program

    Medibank’s Free + Active program is their commitment to help all Australian’s feeling happier, healthier and more connected.  As a program partner, parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs and walks around Australia at more than 300 locations. They are open to everyone, free, and easy to take part in. You too can join the movement, above are some of the parkrun locations where you can participate! Meet new people and start your journey to better health. To find a parkrun location near you search medibank.com.au/freeandactive.

  • Facebook, Messenger and Instagram down for users around the world
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    Facebook, Messenger and Instagram down for users around the world

    Social media giants Facebook, Messenger and Instagram briefly crashed for users around the world on Thursday morning. Some users trying to access Facebook were met with a message saying “Facebook will be back soon”. On Twitter, Facebook acknowledged the outage saying: “We’re aware that some people are currently having trouble accessing the Facebook family of apps.

  • Australia suspends operation of Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets after second deadly crash
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    Australia suspends operation of Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets after second deadly crash

    Australia’s aviation safety authority CASA has suspended the Boeing 737 MAX 8 from flying in or out of Australia after a second deadly crash involving the aircraft in the past five months. Fiji Airways was the only airline flying the MAX 8 into Australia after Singapore’s Silk Air grounded its fleet early on Tuesday. Several countries including the UK, China, France, Turkey, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Malaysia and Singapore have also banned the aircraft from their airspace.

  • Boeing 737 MAX 8 fleets grounded by airlines following second deadly crash
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    Boeing 737 MAX 8 fleets grounded by airlines following second deadly crash

    China, Indonesia and several airlines around the world have grounded the 737 MAX 8 after a second crash involving the best-selling Boeing aircraft in less than five months. All 157 people on board a 737 MAX 8 operated by Ethiopian Airlines were killed when the plane crashed shortly after takeoff over the weekend. In October, a 737 MAX 8 flown by Lion Air went down off the coast of Indonesia.

  • R. Kelly girlfriends defend superstar, deny brainwashing
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    R. Kelly girlfriends defend superstar, deny brainwashing

    Two women living with R. Kelly are defending the R&B superstar charged with sexual abuse, saying in an interview aired Thursday that their relationships with him are consensual. Azriel Clary, 21, and Joycelyn Savage, 23, told the US television network CBS that they “absolutely” are in love with Kelly, brushing off allegations that the 52-year-old artist brainwashes women he keeps in homes that operate as de facto sex cults. “We live with him, and we’re in a relationship with him,” Clary said of Kelly, who returned to jail Wednesday for failing to pay child support.

  • Ricki-Lee takes on ‘A Star Is Born’ with new national tour
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    Ricki-Lee takes on ‘A Star Is Born’ with new national tour

    Chart-topping songstress Ricki-Lee is taking her new show featuring songs from hit film ‘A Star Is Born’ on tour around Australia.

  • The Proclaimers return to Australia
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    The Proclaimers return to Australia

    Scottish duo, The Proclaimers, are returning to Australia in May for a national tour with shows in Toowoomba, Brisbane, Caloundra, Newcastle, Sydney, Melbourne, Geelong, Adelaide and Perth.

  • Sunrise Viewer Deal: Mantra Amphora
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    Sunrise Viewer Deal: Mantra Amphora

    If you’re heading into the new week dreaming of a secluded getaway, you might want to listen in now. Our good friends at Mantra Hotels have an exclusive offer for you that will have your stress floating away! Located directly opposite the pristine beaches of Palm Cove in sunny Tropical North Queensland, Mantra Amphora is truly the perfect escape. ...

  • Sunrise joins Bananarama on tour in Australia
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    Sunrise joins Bananarama on tour in Australia

    Sunrise sat down with ‘Venus’ legends Bananarama to chat about their longevity, extremely dedicated fans and brand new music!

  • First look at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage show in Melbourne
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    First look at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage show in Melbourne

    Melbourne is in the grips of Potter-mania ahead of the red carpet premiere of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child this Saturday! JK Rowling’s continuation of the Hogwarts saga is the most awarded stage play in history and Melbourne is only the third city worldwide to welcome it. Production images of the multi-award-winning theatrical event have been released – the first official look at the play in its new Aussie home at The Princess Theatre.

  • Intruder killed in botched home invasion identified as Sydney personal trainer
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    Intruder killed in botched home invasion identified as Sydney personal trainer

    The man who died during a home invasion in Sydney’s southwest has been identified as personal trainer Brad Soper. Harrington Park resident Francois Schwartz was released without charge after the intruder died in his home early on Sunday. The death occurred after Mr Schwartz woke to his dogs barking about 7.30am and “challenged a male intruder located in the lounge room”.

  • Coalition closes in on Labor after ‘medivac bill’ passes through Parliament
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    Coalition closes in on Labor after ‘medivac bill’ passes through Parliament

    The government has received a poll bounce to inch within striking distance of Labor.

  • Win a Meet & Greet with Kylie Minogue
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    Win a Meet & Greet with Kylie Minogue

    Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue is back on home soil with her new ‘Golden Tour’! To celebrate her return, we want to send you and a friend to see her live in concert and to meet her after the show.

  • Prison officer and bikini model fired over alleged relationship with inmate
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    Prison officer and bikini model fired over alleged relationship with inmate

    A Valentine’s Day letter from a female prison officer allegedly sent to an inmate has led to her immediate dismissal from Sydney’s Parklea Correctional Centre. Tara Brooks doubles as a part-time model and it is understood she allegedly sent the note under a false name, but slipped up and gave away their budding romance behind bars. She was accused of an inappropriate relationship with an inmate. “I’m horrified that anybody would still use this sort of behaviour as something that they think is acceptable,” NSW Corrective Services Minister David Elliott said. ...

  • Michelle Obama’s mother puts her in her place after the Grammys
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    Michelle Obama’s mother puts her in her place after the Grammys

    It doesn’t matter how famous, successful or presidential you are – mothers will always find a way to humble you, as Michelle Obama was reminded after the Grammy Awards..

  • Aussie couple shock sports-mad son after unknowingly befriending famous footballers
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    Aussie couple shock sports-mad son after unknowingly befriending famous footballers

    Two of Manchester United’s biggest stars left an Australian couple baffled after a chance encounter on a train in the UK. Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic were playing card game Uno when the Aussie mum and dad, who don’t like football and had no idea who they were, started to become disgruntled by the noise.

  • Asylum seeker allegedly groped two nurses after being transferred from Nauru to Australia
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    Asylum seeker allegedly groped two nurses after being transferred from Nauru to Australia

    An Afghan asylum seeker allegedly inappropriately touched two female nurses after being rushed from Nauru to Australia for medical treatment. 

  • Cadbury to shrink the size of family chocolate blocks… again!
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    Cadbury to shrink the size of family chocolate blocks… again!

    Cadbury has announced it will make changes to its family sized blocks – and chocolate lovers are not happy about it. Cadbury Australia broke the news on Facebook that it will cut back the size of the 200g block to 180g. This isn’t the first time Cadbury has changed the family block’s size… In 2009 they reduced it from 250g to 200g, before partially lifting it back to 220g in 2013 because of outrage from customers.

  • Drought-affected Queensland farmers lose thousands of cattle to floods
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    Drought-affected Queensland farmers lose thousands of cattle to floods

    There are fears beef prices around the country will skyrocket following the North Queensland floods.

  • The $110 million the government owes you — and how to get your hands on it
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    The $110 million the government owes you — and how to get your hands on it

    There is $110,000,000 worth of unclaimed money sitting in Australian Government coffers and some of it could be yours!

  • Shocking road rage fight breaks out in middle of Sydney roundabout
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    Shocking road rage fight breaks out in middle of Sydney roundabout

    Police are calling on the public for help to identify two drivers who began throwing punches on a roundabout in Sydney’s West.

  • Police slammed for not issuing alert after baby boy was taken by his father
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    Police slammed for not issuing alert after baby boy was taken by his father

    Queensland police are facing tough questions over the murder-suicide of a Sunshine Coast father and his infant son. This sparked a missing persons investigation but police did not issue an Amber Alert seeking the public’s help, even though the father has a history of domestic violence. Council workers found their bodies in a car in the Beerwah State Forest near a camping ground in the suburb of Coochin Creek yesterday.