Harbour City set to cook in unseasonable heatwave
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Harbour City set to cook in unseasonable heatwave

SYDNEY will be basking in its warmest November week in nearly 50 years — but make sure you head to the beach in the mornings. Victoria and Tasmania’s…

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Cold War navy mission found ‘unsinkable’ vessel
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Cold War navy mission found ‘unsinkable’ vessel

IT WAS famously described as unsinkable, but in April 1912 the mighty Titanic struck an iceberg and disappeared beneath the frigid waters of the North Atlantic. It was…

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Is puck worth your cash?
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Is puck worth your cash?

IF FOXTEL’S contract-free streaming service, Foxtel Now (previously Foxtel Play) is still playing catch up to Netflix or Stan, this might be a gamechanger for the pay TV…

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Woman’s bikini photo ‘test’ yields not-so surprising results
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Woman’s bikini photo ‘test’ yields not-so surprising results

BOOBS, hooters, knockers, jugs and fun bags. Whatever you want to call them, there’s one thing we all know for sure. Men love looking at them. Yes, this…

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How FCC changes will affect Australia, Netflix
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How FCC changes will affect Australia, Netflix

US INTERNET customers are freaking out about a plan that could block access to certain websites and slow down others. The country’s internet regulator wants to dismantle former…

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Bill Morrow says, ‘We’re not the police’
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Bill Morrow says, ‘We’re not the police’

WITH customers still confused about exactly what speeds they can expect when signing up to the NBN, the man responsible for the project has thrown fuel on the…

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new Ford Focus RS LE track tested
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new Ford Focus RS LE track tested

FORD’S flagship hot hatch, the Focus RS, has come in for a final tweak as it nears the end of the German production line. Just 500 examples of…

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NSW and Victoria top the list of tailgaters; South Australian drivers have the most crashes in reverse
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NSW and Victoria top the list of tailgaters; South Australian drivers have the most crashes in reverse

LET the arguments begin over who are Australia’s worst drivers and crash test dummies. Motorists in NSW and Victoria have more nose-to-tail crashes than drivers in the rest…

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Amazon’s Australian launch could ignite Christmas price war
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Amazon’s Australian launch could ignite Christmas price war

AMAZON’S highly anticipated Australian launch today could ignite a pre-Christmas price war for consumers as existing retailers fought to offer lower prices across the board, faster shipping, and…

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It’s a Toyota Camry, but not as we know it. Australia’s top selling mid-size car gets major makeover
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It’s a Toyota Camry, but not as we know it. Australia’s top selling mid-size car gets major makeover

THE new Toyota Camry imported from Japan is the most technically advanced iteration to date — with radar cruise control, automatic emergency braking and lane keeping assistance as…

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