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Feel free to call me a bad father, but I have just spent 13 hours watching the Netflix series with my wife and our 15-year-old…
04.25 / 02:06
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A new report has heightened concerns that Russia may turn its playbook on France in an effort to harm Macron's candidacy and bolster his rival's Marine Le…
04.25 / 02:02
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It sounds grisly, but Nerve Flossing is emerging as an efficacious way to combat symptoms associated with nerve pain. Followers of the method say it is ideal for sciatic nerve pain, tight hamstrings, pins and needles, and tingling and numbness that are constant or brought on by activities or specific body positions. Its long-term benefits, including easier movement, flexibility and increased range of motion, mean that gym lovers are also embracing it, adding it to their exercise regimes as…
04.25 / 01:37
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Discrimination against an Israeli tourist allegedly turned away by a Cairns business is "extremely disturbing", Queensland's Multicultural Affairs Minister Grace Grace…
04.25 / 01:33
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The musician spent two nights in intensive care with a potentially deadly bacterial infection and has canceled all his concerts for the rest of April and…
04.25 / 01:13
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"Safe debt" isn't as safe as you think it…
04.25 / 01:13
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Former West Indies batsman Brian Lara says having a winner in every Test match could arrest dwindling crowd…
04.25 / 01:13
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Abigail Breslin has candidly explained why she did not report her rape, after previously revealing she was sexually assaulted by an…
04.25 / 01:09
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At the end of the Anzac Dawn Service a small crowd trooped up Canberra's Mount Ainslie to commemorate Australia's Indigenous and Torres Strait…
04.25 / 00:56
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John Coates says he's victim of a vindictive campaign to oust him as Australian Olympic Committee…
04.25 / 00:40
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An earthquake of magnitude 6.9 has struck off the coast of Chile, rocking the capital Santiago and generating at least two significant…
04.25 / 00:40
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Bashing the national capital is a uniquely Australian…
04.25 / 00:40
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Twenty one research projects funded by the federal government breached integrity standards in the past two years, while science experts warn research fraud and plagiarism in Australia is not being properly…
04.25 / 00:37
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A driver has had an expensive day on the road after being caught on camera doing a burn-out at a set of traffic…
04.25 / 00:28
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With plans for a $US1 trillion infrastructure program, President Donald Trump is looking halfway around the world for…
04.25 / 00:24
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A man in his 70s required stitches to his forehead following a collision with one of the horses - which range from three metres to 5.5m tall - while walking and talking with a…
04.25 / 00:20
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An estimated 16,000 servicemen and women turned out in polished medals and an assortment of ceremonial headware from berets to bearskins - and New Zealanders wearing distinctive lemon squeezer hats - for this year's Anzac Day…
04.25 / 00:13
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More than a dozen start-ups backed by deep-pocketed industry figures along with big aerospace firms are taking on the dream of the flying…
04.25 / 00:05
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​The source of dangerous lead in drinking water at the new Perth children's hospital was likely a government-owned "ring main", according to WA's Building Commissioner, contradicting state government claims that contractor John Holland is to b…
04.24 / 23:56
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With just one match left in round five, the AFL is on track for its second-highest attended round in…
04.24 / 23:56
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