Lifestyle

Thu 20 Sep 2018

Brutal shutdown of ‘entitled’ customer

Brutal shutdown of ‘entitled’ customer

A DINER has been called out for the horrific way she treated restaurant staff, with the owner deciding to set the record straight after she left a bad review.

New Audi e-tron takes fight to Tesla

New Audi e-tron takes fight to Tesla

CAR making giant debuts its first mass production electric vehicle with 400km range.

Brave story behind kid’s question to PM

Brave story behind kid’s question to PM

SHE made headlines as the girl brave enough to challenge Scott Morrison on national television, and now Evie has revealed her heartbreaking backstory.

Kylie Jenner’s strange admission

Kylie Jenner’s strange admission

THE reality TV star has sent social media into a frenzy after a bizarre confession involving how she eats her breakfast.

Easy way to save $622 a year

Easy way to save $622 a year

THIS website has helped about 1600 people shave an average of $622 off their annual bills — and there’s only a slight catch.

Wed 19 Sep 2018

ROAD TEST: Toyota’s reborn classic Supra

ROAD TEST: Toyota’s reborn classic Supra

THE Supra makes a triumphant return with a little help from its rivals.

REVEALED: All of Sizzler’s cheese toast secrets

REVEALED: All of Sizzler’s cheese toast secrets

IT’S the one thing everyone thinks of when it comes to Sizzler: Cheese toast. We’ve uncovered secrets about that signature dish.

Inside the mind of a strawberry saboteur

Inside the mind of a strawberry saboteur

WHO are the monsters inserting needles into strawberries and apples? A criminologist explains what motivates them and why.

Most common way Aussie drivers damage their cars

Most common way Aussie drivers damage their cars

THERE is one way Aussie drivers have a significantly increased risk of damaging their car and unfortunately there isn’t much motorists can do to avoid it.

Cute baby wallabies melting tourists' hearts

Cute baby wallabies melting tourists' hearts

CHEEKY wallaby joeys have melted hearts at iconic Cape Hillsborough, after poking their heads out of mum's pouch for the first time

School claims lunch was ‘too unhealthy’ to eat

School claims lunch was ‘too unhealthy’ to eat

A MUM was outraged when a school deemed her child’s lunch “too unhealthy” and wouldn’t let him eat it — despite being packed with nutritious food.

Vegan BBQ brisket sparks fury

Vegan BBQ brisket sparks fury

AN INNOCENT looking “BBQ brisket” made of jackfruit and seitan has sparked a wave of anger from meat-eaters and BBQ purists.

Chill out with BMW’s awesome living room on wheels

Chill out with BMW’s awesome living room on wheels

GERMAN brand shows off radical plan for its electric car due in 2021.

Chocolatier is our richest woman under 40

Chocolatier is our richest woman under 40

WHILE it’s easy to imagine Australia’s richest women under 40 are on catwalks and movie sets, it’s names you may never have heard of making up our top earners.

Tip to cut your laundry time in half

Tip to cut your laundry time in half

A CLEANING guru has revealed the simple tips and tricks for cutting laundry time in half and achieving better results.

Truth about where you grew up

Truth about where you grew up

CONCERNING new research has revealed just how big an effect your suburb can have on you, even much later in life.

Tue 18 Sep 2018

What it's like to drive the world's fastest Lamborghini

What it's like to drive the world's fastest Lamborghini

WHAT it is like to get behind the wheel of the fastest production car to lap the vaunted Nurburgring racetrack.

10 YEARS JAIL: Police warning to 'spiked' food offenders

10 YEARS JAIL: Police warning to 'spiked' food offenders

Police give warning to those deliberately contaminating strawberries, other foods.

Kingscliff petition reaches new heights in NSW Parliament

Kingscliff petition reaches new heights in NSW Parliament

Councillor Ron Cooper has collected 16,000 signatures opposing height limits more than three storeys in Kingscliff

Reflecting on Chinchilla's thriving railway history

Reflecting on Chinchilla's thriving railway history

IT'S EASY to lose track of Chinchilla's history. Progress can erase all traces of buildings and places that were once integral to the town's way of life.

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