• The new face of craft
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    The new face of craft

    While many teens are addicted to the game Warcraft, one Aussie kid is addicted to the world of real craft, and is becoming a rock star of the quilting world.

  • Body language of love
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    Body language of love

    Living happily ever after is hard at the best of times, but for celebrities it's almost impossible when their love story is constantly under the spotlight. From a hand hold to a sneaky kiss, can you predict whether celebrity couples will last based on body language?

  • Mod Squad Logie bought at auction for nearly $6,000
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    Mod Squad Logie bought at auction for nearly $6,000

    A mysterious Mod Squad Logie that showed up at Melbourne auction house has sold for a record-breaking price. While the buyer wants to remain anonymous, they are a passionate fan of the show and snapped up the award for $5,700.

  • Simon Buchanan takes on new Aussie horror role
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    Simon Buchanan takes on new Aussie horror role

    McLeod's Daughters, Blue Heelers, and Hey Dad are some of the biggest TV shows in Australian history, and Simone Buchanan has has a shining role in all of them. After decades in the business, the Aussie star is now turning her attention to something new.

  • Lisa Marine Presley 'penniless' after blowing $100 million of dad's fortune
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    Lisa Marine Presley 'penniless' after blowing $100 million of dad's fortune

    Her dad may have been the king of Rock and Roll, but Lisa Marie Presley claims she's been left penniless, having spent her entire inheritance.

  • Jess & Matt live in the studio
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    Jess & Matt live in the studio

    They say that a couple that plays together stays together, and that is definitely the case with singers Jess & Matt. We first met the pair on the X-Factor in 2015, and since then their stars have been on the rise, domestically and overseas.

  • Aussie TV veteran Shane Withington
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    Aussie TV veteran Shane Withington

    Name a successful Australian TV drama, and the chances are good that actor Shane Withington will have been front and centre. In the early 1980s, it was his character Brendan Jones and his on-screen wife Molly who stole our hearts in A Country Practice, and for the last decade he's been starring in

  • Janine Shepherd's will to fly
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    Janine Shepherd's will to fly

    She was a cross country skiier with dreams of winning an Olympic medal, but in 1986 Janine Shepherd's dreams were shattered in an instant when she was struck by a speeding utility truck.

  • Bachelor Girl are back
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    Bachelor Girl are back

    In 1998, pop duo Bachelor Girl became the most played artists on the radio thanks to their hit song Buses and Trains. Now they're reuniting two decades later with new music.

  • Pushed by passion
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    Pushed by passion

    When his wife was diagnosed with MS 18 years ago, Brisbane man Terry Dennehy decided to go the distance. To support his wife through the condition for the last 15 years, the 80-year-old has been taking on 25km bike rides.

  • Jimeoin heads to the high seas
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    Jimeoin heads to the high seas

    He's the unassuming Irish funnyman who took the comedy world by storm. From his first Australian stand up gig in the 90s to having international audiences in stitches, Jimeoin's career spans thirty successful years. He'll now be taking his act to the high seas for the cruise of a lifetime

  • Robbie Williams explains World Cup gaffe
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    Robbie Williams explains World Cup gaffe

    Robbie Williams has explained what led to the infamous hand gesture at the World Cup's Opening Ceremony, saying it was a spur of the moment decision, and that there was a 'block' between 'him and sense.'

  • Adam Liaw's life changing experience in Syria
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    Adam Liaw's life changing experience in Syria

    He's cooked all over the globe, but it was a trip to Syria that changed Adam Liaw life forever. After seeing the war-torn country first hand, he's teamed up with some of the country's best known foodies to embark on one of their most important projects yet.

  • Eating your feelings
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    Eating your feelings

    It turns out that people who indulge in comfort eating when they are stressed or sad developed the habit when they were a kid - disputing the claim that it's in your genes.

  • Buses and Trains
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    Buses and Trains

    In 1998, this hit from Bachelor Girl was the most played song on Australian radio. Now, 20 years on, the duo are back with new music and visited the studio give us a blast from the past.

  • Diana McLean's life in acting
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    Diana McLean's life in acting

    Diana McLean got her start on some of our earliest TV dramas, like Division 4, Number 96, and the Young Doctors. She joined the Daily Edition live in the studio. For bookings to her new show, visit: Old 505 Theatre.

  • Forgive and Forget
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    Forgive and Forget

    When those in the public spotlight do the wrong thing, we're quick to point the finger at their failings, and we are inclined to hold a grudge. So why are we not able to forgive people we've never met, and what's on the flow-on effect of refusing to forget?

  • Thomas Markle breaks silence
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    Thomas Markle breaks silence

    After weeks of controversy, Meghan Markle's father has broken his silence and given his first ever television interview to Good Morning Britain.

  • Jerry Springer calls time after 27 years
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    Jerry Springer calls time after 27 years

    After 27 years of shocks on live TV, the Jerry Springer show is finally coming to an end.

  • Teaching your kids about fantasy violence the right way
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    Teaching your kids about fantasy violence the right way

    Gaming could be moving from computer screens to Olympic stadiums as part of renewed proposals to include it in the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, but there are concerns that its inclusion may promote violence. How can parents teach their children about the effects of violence on and off the field?

  • Dancing on his own
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    Dancing on his own

    In 2016 Calum Scott became a global hit thanks to his big hit cover of Robyn's 'Dancing on my own'. The song went five-times platinum in Australia and Calum became one of the biggest musicians on the planet.

  • Celebrity psychic John Edward
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    Celebrity psychic John Edward

    He's the world's most famous psychic medium. After launching his own show - Crossing Over - in 1999, John Edward was catapulted to stardom. He joined The Daily Edition live in the studio.

  • Meghan Markle's reception gown replica
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    Meghan Markle's reception gown replica

    Designer Stella McCartney is going to release replicas of Meghan Markle's reception gown.

  • Teen inventor on a mission to save lives
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    Teen inventor on a mission to save lives

    Aged just 17 she has already come up with an invention that could save lives. Year 12 student Macinley Butson is the brains behind 'Smart Armor'.

  • Rebel Wilson's Twitter tirade
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    Rebel Wilson's Twitter tirade

    Rebel Wilson has unleashed a Twitter tirade after Victoria's highest court slashed her defamation payout by almost $4 million, Kim Kardashian sits down with Alice Johnson and more