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Ka’ribbean Corner hosting a 3.5kg burger challenge

Could you eat a 3.5kg burger on your own? That’s what Ka’ribbean Corner in Victoria Park wants to find out this Friday. The Caribbean restaurant is hosting a $10 Masoko Burger challenge between 5.30pm and 7pm. Think you can handle it? Head on down and share your attempt with us by messaging our Facebook page. Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare ...

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Belle Gibson ‘may have been deluded she had cancer’

Belle Gibson convinced buyers of her app she had cured herself of brain cancer with healthy eating.Picture: Supplied Disgraced health personality Belle Gibson may have been deluded that she had cancer, so it cannot be proved that her brain cancer claims were unconscionable, a Federal Court judge says. Justice Debra Mortimer found today that “most” allegations made against the Melbourne ...

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US news network MSNBC to release Donald Trump’s tax returns

US news organisation MSNBC claims to have obtained President Donald Trump’s tax returns, and plans to release them within hours. The 1040 form the network said it has obtained refers to the standard federal income taxform used to report an individual’s gross income. Exactly how the network obtained the tax return is also unclear. Repeated attempts by various political and ...

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Gut feeling helped footy tipping champion pick a winner

Reigning tipping champion Dan Volaric credits a mixture of football knowledge and gut feel for his $50,000 victory last season. Volaric said while tipping the home team or choosing the club that was ranked higher on the ladder remained sound tactics, it was crucial to listen to your gut. “Late in the season, Richmond got belted by GWS and copped ...

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Boy, 7, killed in hit-and-run truck crash at Mingenew roadhouse

An 7-year-old boy has died in a hit-and-run truck crash in the Mid West yesterday. Tragically, the boy’s 4-year-old brother witnessed the horrific incident. The young pair were standing outside a roadhouse on corner of the Midlands Road and Williams Street in Mingenew at 7.39pm when the truck hit the 7-year-old boy. The truck did not stop and it is ...

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Arson squad to investigate $5 million Welshpool warehouse fire

The fire caused about $5 million damage.Picture: 7 News A fire that caused millions of dollars damage at a warehouse in Welshpool is being treated as suspicious. Firefighters were called to the office warehouse on Pilbara Street at about 10pm to find the structure alight It took 50 firefighters about three hours to put out the blaze, which did about ...

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Irish eye Aussies for work and play

The Piper’s Rest pub in Kilcar in south-west Donegal. The county was named as one of the Lonely Plant guide’s coolest place on the planet. Picture: The West Australian Almost 6000 Irish travellers head to Australia for a working holiday every year. But only 250 Australians go to Ireland for the same purpose. Irish Minister of State David Stanton, who ...

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Break Roe 8 promise, Labor urged

The Federal Liberal Party is urging premier-elect Mark McGowan to ditch his promise to axe the Perth Freight Link, saying the weekend election proves there is support across the city’s southern suburbs for the project. Federal member for Tangney, Ben Morton, said yesterday he would welcome a backdown by the McGowan government on the $1.9 billion PFL. There are five ...

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Malaysians the new force in WA tourism

Nearly one million people from overseas visited WA last year — a record fuelled by tens of thousands of new tourists from Malaysia, the United States, Singapore and China. Figures to be released today show the number of international visitors to WA jumped more than 100,000 — or 12.4 per cent — last year to 954,000 people. It was the ...

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