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Move Over Coal, Vegemite Is Now The Most Aussie Energy Source

Image: Luke Weston on Twitter The rest of the world doesn't understand Australia's obsession with Vegemite Toast. They mock our dedication to the salty spread that could survive a nuclear blast. But no more. The people shall now know of its power. A hero has emerged from the bowels of the internet to prove that ...

Classic TV show motivates British nurse to save lives in the outback

A 1980s television show based in remote Australia prompted one nurse to pack her bags and move across the world to help save lives.

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Canberra's five points of difference in A-League expansion race

Bid leader Caggiano says there a multitude of reasons that separate Canberra from their rival bids but he's narrowed it down to five.

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FFA encourages Sydney A-League expansion bids to join forces

Southern Expansion's A-League hopes look shot after they were encouraged by FFA to seek a merger with a rival bid in Sydney's south-western corridor.

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Door open for Bobo to return to Sydney FC – if he wants it

Sydney FC chief executive Danny Townsend says the club is ready to entertain a chat with Bobo if the Brazilian striker wants to return to the ...

From climate to globalism, Brazil's new ideologies all over the place

With his inauguration just weeks away, Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro is assembling a Cabinet of ministers with starkly different views.

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Giuliani blames Twitter for his tweet calling Trump a 'traitor'. Here's why he's wrong

White House cybersecurity adviser Rudy Giuliani reckons Twitter "invaded his text" after he accidentally tweeted a link to a site calling Donald Trump a "traitor". But it was a prankster who had the last laugh. ...

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Media bosses hand out redundancy packages for Christmas

From classifieds to morning TV to news-desk assistants and street press, it's lumps of coal all round this Christmas. The post Media bosses hand out redundancy packages for Christmas appeared first on Crikey.

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Credit Suisse warns this ASX small cap stock is likely to disappoint in February

A top broker is warning that this ASX stock could be among the profit disappointers at the next profit reporting season in two months while its rival could outperform.

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The One-Page Resume Of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos is officially the richest human being on the planet. As one of the key founders of Amazon, Google, ...

EU seeks regular updates from Facebook, Twitter on Russian disinfo

EU authorities want internet companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter to file monthly reports on their progress eradicating "fake news" ...

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The AACTAs get no awards for portrayal of women

AACTA's needs some help on Twitter, Scott Morrison's agile takes on preselection, and Fraser Anning is going to get banned from Twitter, isn't he? The post The AACTAs get no awards for portrayal of women appeared first on Crikey.

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Trump's tweeting veers into suspected witness tampering territory

Among those accusing Trump of witness tampering via Twitter was George Conway, a prominent Republican lawyer and husband of top Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway.

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All The TV Shows Ending In 2018-2019 [Updated]

TV is a cutthroat business - whether it's cable, streaming or free-to-air. We have the full list of the shows that have been consigned to the scrapheap in 2018 - from iZombie (meh) to Adventure Time (no!). More »     

Trump’s Book Club: A president who doesn’t read promotes books that promote him

Trump has been using his Twitter account to promote a slew of books that he regards as "incredible","terrific" and "great originals".

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Smartphones have tightened their grip on Australian lives

The 2018 Deloitte Mobile Consumer Survey shows smartphones are having an increasing impact on every-day lives. ...

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Turf war: Randwick to host new $8m race as Sydney looks to rival Melbourne spring

Sydney to host the two richest turf races in the world from next October.

'We've already got the posters': Dave Sharma gets second run at Wentworth

Liberal candidate for Wentworth Dave Sharma will have a second showdown with his independent rival Kerryn Phelps at the next federal election.

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New On Netflix: This Weekend's Best Just-Added TV Shows And Movies

Attention Aussie binge addicts: This weekend, Netflix is adding a 20 new and returning shows to the service. Here's the full list! More »     

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Mining industry leadership set for changing of the guard

Ivan Glasenberg, chief executive of mining giant Glencore Plc (GLEN.L) since 2002, said last month he would retire over the next three to five years, sparking speculation about which of his industry peers could be next to go. At least one other global mining giant has approached rival executives about their interest in moving, according to two ...

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Retro Review: Should You Buy The PlayStation Classic This Christmas?

The original PlayStation is a giant of a machine, both physically and culturally, with a tremendous library of ...

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Rapid Review: BenQ EW3270U 4K Display

As panel technology has improved, larger and better displays have become increasingly affordable for home and ...

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What's New On Stan, Netflix, Hayu And Amazon For December

Another month, another collection of must-see TV shows and movies to binge on as we reach the end of ...

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A bogus Putin account thrived for years before Twitter suspended it

An unverified bogus Twitter account claiming to belong to Russian President Vladimir Putin has been suspended after going undetected for six years.

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Trump abruptly cancels G20 meeting with Putin

Less than an hour after saying he would "probably" meet with the Russian leader in Argentina, Trump suddenly cancelled the meeting via Twitter.

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The biggest Series B raise in Australian history just tipped $111 million into workforce software startup Deputy

Deputy, a Sydney-based employment software company for casual workers, has raised $US81 million for its global expansion plans. The Series B raise was led by the US venture capital company IVP, which previously backed Dropbox, Twitter and Slack. More »     

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7 TV Shows That Nailed The Christmas Episode

For this month’s Streaming Club, we are getting festive and recommending the TV shows that really nailed their Christmas episodes. The festive period is the perfect time to revisit some of your favourite shows and ...

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