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Inside world’s biggest McDonald’s in Florida, offering McPizza, McPasta
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Inside world’s biggest McDonald’s in Florida, offering McPizza, McPasta

The world’s biggest McDonald’s houses things you would never expect to find at the fast-food chain. Located in the mammoth 1765sq m space in Orlando, Florida, the restaurant features a pizzeria, bakery and even an arcade. However, as cool as it is, there is one thing on the menu that took food blogger and influencer...

Federal budget 2022: Treasurer Jim Chalmers hands down final outlook
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Federal budget 2022: Treasurer Jim Chalmers hands down final outlook

Treasurer Jim Chalmers has flagged next month’s budget will include some difficult decisions but declined to reconsider his support for stage 3 tax cuts. The government is under pressure to dump the monster cuts for 2024/25 that are set to cost $243bn over the next decade. Labor originally opposed the cuts in the lead-up to...

When Colin’s multiple sclerosis drives him ‘quietly bonkers’, the lure of the ocean is what saves him
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When Colin’s multiple sclerosis drives him ‘quietly bonkers’, the lure of the ocean is what saves him

When Colin Chandler surfed the waves of Lennox Heads in his younger years, dolphins would frequently appear alongside him. It happened so often, he earned the nickname ‘Colphin’ among his mates. The moniker, merging man with marine mammal, couldn’t be more apt for the surfer/painter who sees the sea as an extension of himself. “When...

Donald Trump net worth jumps after massive Truth Social windfall
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Donald Trump net worth jumps after massive Truth Social windfall

Donald Trump has rejoined a list of America’s richest people a year after dropping off, thanks to the surprising success of his widely mocked social media platform. The former US president, who faces a wave of legal problems including a recent $US250 million ($A388 million) civil fraud lawsuit in New York, saw his estimated net...

Boost Juice interview: Perth teen reveals worst job interview, rude question
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Boost Juice interview: Perth teen reveals worst job interview, rude question

A Perth teen has outed a popular Aussie franchise for being the worst job interview she’s ever had after the manager humiliated her. Phoebe Holmes revealed to her 28k TikTok followers the cringe-worthy details of her experience when she applied for a casual job at Boost Juice in 2020. Ms Holmes had already attended a...

Why ‘best before’ food labelling is not best for the planet or your budget
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Why ‘best before’ food labelling is not best for the planet or your budget

UK supermarkets have removed “best before” dates on thousands of fresh food products in an effort to reduce food waste. One of the major supermarket chains, Sainsbury’s, is replacing these labels with product messaging that says “no date helps reduce waste”. Apples, bananas, potatoes, cucumbers and broccoli are among the most wasted foods. Removing “best before” labels...

Ripped grandma breaks ‘gym protocol’ with racy workout outfit | video
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Ripped grandma breaks ‘gym protocol’ with racy workout outfit | video

A self-confessed “fitness freak” has stunned social media after sharing a video of herself working out wearing nothing but a skimpy bikini. Andréa Sunshine, 53, loves showing off her workout routines on social media – but the influencer recently caused jaws to drop after she posted a clip flaunting her “insane” physique. The grandmother’s impressive...

Push for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament ramps up, as PM promises referendum next financial year
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Push for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament ramps up, as PM promises referendum next financial year

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament will be held in the next financial year — between July 2023 and July 2024. Key points: The first official meeting for the Voice took place on Thursday, with the prime minister meeting with prominent Indigenous representatives Speaking after the meeting, Mr Albanese said he...

Graham Annesley concedes multiple refereeing errors were made during the preliminary finals
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Graham Annesley concedes multiple refereeing errors were made during the preliminary finals

Graham Annesley has acknowledged that four key errors were made across the weekend, with Mitchell Moses’ forward pass and an incorrect obstruction call amongst them. The head of football claimed that all of the decisions he showcased during his weekly review were “close calls” while attempting to hose down suggestions any howlers had been made...