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Meet Federal Chancellor of Switzerland, Mr Walter Thurnherr, the man responsible for the smooth running of arguably the world’s only system of direct democracy.
Dozens of US couples donned crowns and cradled guns at a controversial ceremony in a Pennsylvania church on Wednesday, forcing a nearby school to close and angering protesters.
Australians have been urged to throw out any melons purchased before Wednesday after 10 elderly people across the nation, including six from NSW, were diagnosed with the infection.
CARE International has released the top 10 countries suffering a humanitarian crisis that rarely feature in the spotlight.
A man has blown a hole in his throat after trying to hold in a sneeze, with doctors saying his grim story should act as a warning to others.
“Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill.” – Not a text message that should be issued to the masses lightly, or so you would think. What public warning systems do we have in Australia, what checks and balances are in place to prevent ‘false’ alarms? and what training …
Health Minister Greg Hunt wants health insurers to deliver the lowest premium rise in more than 15 years but families could still have to pay $200 a year more.
As always, the MLA lamb ad is causing a stir with opinions divided over the left wing v’s right wing theme. Tell us your thoughts….
With summer now upon us – and it’s likely to be a hot one – many consumers are in the market for a new air conditioner. “Their timing is perfect as air conditioners have never been more efficient and effective. They will keep you cool, while using less energy than ever before,” said Mark Padwick, …