Behind the scenes of The Block 2017: The two winning living/dining rooms
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Behind the scenes of The Block 2017: The two winning living/dining rooms

Our Style Editor Jono Fleming and winner of The Block: Glasshouse Shannon Vos take a closer look at the two winning rooms on The Block’s living and dining…

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What the vote will mean for Australia
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What the vote will mean for Australia

WITH nearly two months to go until Australia knows the outcome of the postal vote on same-sex marriage, the hard part is only just beginning. The $122 million…

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Mental health groups join Yes campaign to stop youth suicide
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Mental health groups join Yes campaign to stop youth suicide

LEADING mental health groups are joining the Yes campaign claiming that making same-sex marriage legal could prevent up to 3000 youth suicide attempts a year. The five groups…

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Ex-Hugo Boss model gets life in prison for 2015 domestic slaying
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Ex-Hugo Boss model gets life in prison for 2015 domestic slaying

A FORMER Hugo Boss model has been sentenced to life in prison for killing his reality TV star girlfriend. Robert Reagan, 53, fatally stabbed Loredana Nesci during a…

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Teen tweets about being broke on his first date with his girlfriend
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Teen tweets about being broke on his first date with his girlfriend

A TEEN’S heartfelt tweets about being broke on his first date with his girlfriend have gone viral. Cash-strapped Kittakone Sirisombath Jr, 17, took Destiny La’nae Irish out for…

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Flesh-eating Buruli ulcer petition started by 13-year-old
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Flesh-eating Buruli ulcer petition started by 13-year-old

A VICTORIAN teenager has started an online petition calling on the Federal Government to increase research into a flesh-eating ulcer she claims is “running rampant” on the Mornington…

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Western Pacific event in Brisbane
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Western Pacific event in Brisbane

HEALTH experts and ministers from around the world will descend on Brisbane next month for a major World Health Organisation event. The four-day event is tipped to be…

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Craigburn Primary School’s ‘wear a dress’ fundraiser blasted by Senator Cory Bernardi, but comments hike donations
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Craigburn Primary School’s ‘wear a dress’ fundraiser blasted by Senator Cory Bernardi, but comments hike donations

AN Adelaide primary school’s “wear a dress day” has been labelled as absurd by South Australian Senator Cory Bernardi — but his comments have pushed the fundraiser to…

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Should obese people pay extra?
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Should obese people pay extra?

ANOTHER day, another plan to get fat people off the streets — or on the streets, more specifically, so they won’t be fat anymore. Tipping the Scales is…

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Tony Abbott eats another onion, this time in Tasmania
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Tony Abbott eats another onion, this time in Tasmania

DAYS after admitting biting into a raw onion was one of greatest regrets of his prime ministerial career, Tony Abbott has done it again. According to The Examiner,…

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