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Australia’s top tourist is changing

Video Image G’Day USA competition entries2:33 Check out some of the amazing entries in the Tourism Australia’s G’Day USA competition. January 9th 2017 2 months ago /video/video.news.com.au/Travel/ Chinese tourists’ infatuation with Australia is showing no sign of waning. Amanda Wang and Ling Li shopping at Melbourne’s Emporium centre. Picture: Stuart McEvoy Robyn IronsideNews Corp Australia Network Share Share on Facebook ...

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The lights you have to see at Vivid

Video Image Sydney comes alive for ‘Vivid’ lights festival1:53 Take a look at the incredible lights show at Sydney’s Vivid Festival. May 27th 2016 10 months ago /video/video.news.com.au/Entertainment/ The lighting of the Sydney Opera House sails is always a highlight of Vivid Sydney. Picture: Damien Shaw. Benedict Brooknews.com.au@BenedictBrook Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on ...

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Aussies stranded in monster snowstorm

Video Image US NY: Manhattan Skyline Obscured as Major Snowstorm Hits Northeast March 140:20 New York City was spared the worst of a major snowstorm that began pummeling the US northeast on March 14, with the forecast being downgraded to a winter weather advisory. Four to 6 inches inches of snow were expected in most parts of the city. Governor ...

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Headphones explode during flight

A battery explosion mid-flight prompts a passenger warning from Australian Transport Safety Bureau. Nick Whighamnews.com.au@NWWHIGHAM A WOMAN on a Melbourne-bound flight has suffered burns after the battery-operated headphones she was wearing exploded and caught fire. The passenger was listening to music and napping on a recent flight from Beijing to Melbourne when about two hours into the journey the headphones ...

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Unbelievable: $349 flights to Europe

View of Monastiraki Square in Athens with an illuminated Acropolis in the background. Picture: iStock Escape Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Email a friend BETTER starting blocking out some leave dates now. Budget airline Scoot is celebrating a milestone of reaching a combined 50 million passengers who’ve flown with Scoot and Tigerair ...

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‘Staten Island belongs to the ponies now’

Two mean outlaws wreaked havoc on the streets of New York City. Picture: Twitter news.com.au Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Email a friend TWO cute little ponies have showed their devious side, seizing a New York City snow day to make a mad dash for freedom. The father and daughter, Blondie and ...

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Is it still paradise when you have school runs?

Eliza McCann, centre, moved her daughters to Bali when they were just two and four year old. Picture: Supplied Kirrily Schwarznews.com.au Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Email a friend ELIZA McCann said moving to Bali didn’t feel like a big deal at the time. “We’d moved out of Sydney, we’d had our ...

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Inside Prince William’s luxury hideaway

Verbier, Switzerland. Picture: iStock Escape Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Email a friend The Swiss ski resort of Verbier has been thrust into the spotlight after Prince William was caught having an intimate lunch there with Aussie model, Sophie Taylor, while the rest of the Royal Family was attending Commonwealth Day services. ...

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State facing largest outbreak in 20 years

Video Image PM Turnbull takes hard stance on vaccinations2:00 The govt is reportedly looking at banning all unvaccinated children from childcare centres and preschools. March 12th 2017 2 days ago /video/video.news.com.au/News/ Health professionals are concerned the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine may no longer be working effectively. Jacinda TuttyThe Courier-Mail Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ ...

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Bible passage that’s ‘ludicrous’

Jehovah’s Witnesses refuse to budge on 2000-year-old rule. Rohan Smithnews.com.au@ro_smith Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Email a friend CHILD sexual assault is a secret crime carried out by men and women who do everything they can to avoid detection. Which is why one passage in the Bible is a Get Out of ...

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