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Sun 16 Dec 2018

Making your passion pay off

Making your passion pay off

More than 80 per cent of Australians are interested; one in 10 is already doing it and modern communications have made it easier than ever: the side hustle

Ex-cyclone Owen is expected to fade overnight

Ex-cyclone Owen is expected to fade overnight

UPDATE: EX-TROPICAL cyclone Owen could reach the end of its life-cycle while approaching coastal waters Monday morning.

WEATHER UPDATE: Ex-tropical cyclone expected to fade out

WEATHER UPDATE: Ex-tropical cyclone expected to fade out

Ex-tropical cyclone Owen could reach the end of its life-cycle while approaching coastal waters this morning.

How ‘dodgy’ bosses are ripping you off

How ‘dodgy’ bosses are ripping you off

Australian bosses are “ripping off” their own employees, sneakily underpaying them by billions of dollars a year.

Why Aussie lives in NYC’s ‘saddest’ home

Why Aussie lives in NYC’s ‘saddest’ home

A floral designer from Melbourne unwittingly moved into a space so weird, local media named it “the saddest apartment in NYC”.

Story of Collette a true labour of love

Story of Collette a true labour of love

When Colette hits our screens it will mark almost 20 years since director Wash Westmoreland first dreamt of bringing the story to life

UN climate change talks end with deal

UN climate change talks end with deal

Almost 200 countries have put aside their political differences to agree on the rules for a landmark climate deal to prevent the impact of global warming.

Wild weather: We’re not out of the woods just yet

Wild weather: We’re not out of the woods just yet

Ex-tropical cyclone Owen has dumped torrential rain across the state’s far north, with heavy rainfall and severe thunderstorms expected in the southeast.

Crocs are lurking in floodwaters

Crocs are lurking in floodwaters

A crocodile has been spotted close to a woman who was being rescued from floodwater, prompting warnings to watch out.

A booky Christmas

A booky Christmas

Being well read isn't about how many books you read, it's more about seeing how high you can stack them

Horror moment car rams a cyclist

Horror moment car rams a cyclist

DRIVERS are using more and more violent methods to get cyclists off the road.

$340 you’re sitting on without realising

$340 you’re sitting on without realising

There is $8 billion cash hidden throughout Australia — and you could be sitting on hundreds without knowing it. Here’s where to look.

Cricket money: The day that changed Symonds’ career

Cricket money: The day that changed Symonds’ career

The intense fallout from the infamous “Monkeygate” scandal was the beginning of the end for Andrew Symonds’ tumultuous career.

UFC decapitation: ‘The man has a family’

UFC decapitation: ‘The man has a family’

The UFC’s visit to Milwaukee has been a wild one so far — highlighted by this stand-up knockout that was tough to watch.

New cameras to nab texting drivers

New cameras to nab texting drivers

You may want to rethink texting while you drive, with new hi-tech cameras set to nab drivers on their mobile phones.

Trap for young players

Trap for young players

Carnivorous plants are easy to grow and seem to hold a particular attraction for inquisitive youngsters

Want to fossick? Gold, opal now available to Qld families

Want to fossick? Gold, opal now available to Qld families

QUEENSLAND families will now be given greater access to sites used for fossicking sapphires, gold, opal and topaz.

Aftermath of ‘worst breakup text ever’

Aftermath of ‘worst breakup text ever’

When Julia wrote about the worst breakup text she’d received, she felt compelled to show the culprit her story. This is the aftermath.

When an Australian city went mad

When an Australian city went mad

The government wanted it forgotten, prohibiting the export of any newsreel footage of the anarchy, lest the rest of the world see our shame.

Mum’s birthday gift now $1m business

Mum’s birthday gift now $1m business

James and Lauren Billingham struggled to find a present for their mother’s birthday. The solution is now earning them $20k a week.

The brutal crimes of death row women

The brutal crimes of death row women

THEY killed neighbours, lovers and strangers, dismembered victims and buried them alive. The women on death row are just as brutal as men.

Aussie’s $46m solution to braces

Aussie’s $46m solution to braces

A tiny Aussie company is taking on a $30 billion global giant with a hi-tech alternative as braces ‘slowly die on the vine’.

The $70 product that broke the internet

The $70 product that broke the internet

IT'S been hyped all over Instagram as the best thing since sliced bread, so we tried this fancy $70 product to see if it’s worth its hefty price tag.

Mrs Doubtfire’s shock X-rated moment

Mrs Doubtfire’s shock X-rated moment

It might be revered today as a wholesome children’s classic, but there were some seriously NSFW moments that happened while filming Mrs Doubtfire.

Bill Shorten ambushed by Adani protesters on stage

Bill Shorten ambushed by Adani protesters on stage

Seconds after walking on stage for his speech to Labor’s National Conference, Bill Shorten was suddenly ambushed by protesters.

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