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  1. Jamie Oliver wants primary kids cooking

    Jamie Oliver wants primary kids cooking

    Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver believes Aussie primary school children should be learning how to cook.

  2. Drip leaves Trunfio broken hearted

    Drip leaves Trunfio broken hearted

    Earlier this week Nicole Trunfio was flaunting her post-baby body on social media ready to go on tour with her rocker fiance Gary Clark Jr and their newborn son.

  3. No place like home for Tia

    No place like home for Tia

    After living and modelling in New York, Tia Hayes returned home to a different Perth than the one she left behind a few years ago.

  4. Hicks counts down to polo

    Hicks counts down to polo

    There's one thing Winners & Losers star Katherine Hicks is looking forward to when she makes her debut at WA's prestigious Polo in the Valley next month - the traditional stomping of the divots.

  5. BBC 'death threats' after Clarkson axed

    BBC 'death threats' after Clarkson axed

    British police are investigating death threats against BBC director-general Tony Hall after his decision to drop popular Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.

  6. $1m win like a dream for quiz king

    $1m win like a dream for quiz king

    Andrew Skarbek has come a long way from winning the weekly trivia night at his local pub.

  7. Music still Chugg's inspiration

    Music still Chugg's inspiration

    Michael Chugg is the man responsible for bringing some of the world’s biggest artists to our stages, from Elton John to Coldplay.

  8. Director quits 50 Shades franchise

    Director quits 50 Shades franchise

    Film-maker Sam Taylor-Johnson has quit the Fifty Shades Of Grey franchise.

  9. Diesel was a mess on Furious set

    Movie tough guy Vin Diesel says he felt embarrassed when he first returned to the set of Fast & Surious 7 following Paul Walker's death, because he couldn't stop crying.

  10. Good Hart easy to find

    Good Hart easy to find

    Californian songstress Beth Hart has been to hell and back en route to this weekend’s West Coast Blues ’N’ Roots festival.

  11. British deliver at home

    British deliver at home

    The last time The Wire checked in with British India leader Declan Melia, it sounded like he had had enough of finalising the Melbourne grunge band’s fifth album, Nothing Touches Me.

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