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Best Camping Sites on the Gold Coast | Australian Traveller

Best Camping Sites on the Gold Coast | Australian Traveller

Last updated . 10 March 2023 With an average of 300 sunny days a year there really is no better way to experience the beauty of the Gold Coast than by sleeping under the stars. Campervan, caravan, glampsite, cabin tent – whatever your weapon of choice, there is a park on the Gold Coast to...

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Inside Cate Blanchett’s Dazzling Real Estate Portfolio

Inside Cate Blanchett’s Dazzling Real Estate Portfolio

It may come as no surprise to fans of Cate Blanchett’s fierce red carpet fashion that her real estate portfolio is just as stylish. The Australian-born actor is best known for her roles in films as wide-ranging as Elizabeth, The Talented Mr. Ripley, The Lord of the Rings, Nightmare Alley, and, most recently, Tár, but before she found fame in Hollywood,...

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Mum-of-15’s bid to cut down $6K grocery haul

Mum-of-15’s bid to cut down $6K grocery haul

A mother-of-15 has revealed how changing where she shopped for her family’s groceries could save her hundreds of dollars each month. Erin Jamieson, from Western Australia, took to an Aldi Facebook group pleading for help from her community as her monthly grocery bill was blowing out to $6000 a month. She said she typically shopped...

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Heineken Launches F1 Activations Across Melbourne, Sydney, Perth – B&T

Heineken Launches F1 Activations Across Melbourne, Sydney, Perth – B&T

Heineken has launched Player 0.0, an integrated gaming initiative in cities across Australia, to mark the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix. Player 0.0 is a national Sim Racing tournament that created with two-time F1 World Champion, and avid gamer, Max Verstappen, Heartbreak High actor, Josh Heuston and gaming expert, Stephanie ‘Hex’ Bendixsen, plus local influencer...

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‘Need’: Macca’s staffer exposes secret recipe

‘Need’: Macca’s staffer exposes secret recipe

An Australian McDonald’s worker has gone viral after sharing her recipe for “Macca’s doughnuts”. The employee, named Ella, filmed a video of herself making the unofficial menu item during a recent shift at the Golden Arches. In the clip, Ella can be seen taking a plain burger bun – not one with sesame seeds –...

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Proposed Ningaloo Reef protection strategy needs funding

Proposed Ningaloo Reef protection strategy needs funding

A new plan to safeguard Ningaloo Reef from a warming climate has been announced for the World Heritage Site, but its funding is not ongoing. Key points: The Ningaloo climate resilience strategy is seeking funding from government and private enterprises The state government says some parts of the strategy will not be implemented The newly released plan...

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AUKUS: Anthony Albanese says nuclear submarines won’t sink ties with China

AUKUS: Anthony Albanese says nuclear submarines won’t sink ties with China

Chinese leader Xi Jinping was awarded a third five-year term as president Friday, putting him on track to stay in power for life at a time of severe economic challenges and rising tensions with the U.S. and others. The endorsement of Xi’s appointment by the ceremonial National People’s Congress was a foregone conclusion for a...

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Navy veteran’s chance encounter with bees offers a new lease on life after PTSD

Navy veteran’s chance encounter with bees offers a new lease on life after PTSD

A Navy veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has described how beekeeping gave him a renewed sense of purpose. Key points: Daniel Hooper is a Navy veteran who was deployed to several war zones, including in Iraq  Mr Hooper discovered a passion for beekeeping once he returned to Australia  He has encouraged people to...

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An Australian MP accused the Hillsong megachurch of using funds for private jet trips and luxury clothes

An Australian MP accused the Hillsong megachurch of using funds for private jet trips and luxury clothes

Hillsong has produced two mega-popular Christian rock groups.Photo: Daniel Knighton (Getty Images) The Hillsong megachurch was accused of financial misconduct by a member of the Australian parliament on Thursday (Mar. 9). Andrew Wilkie, an independent lawmaker, claimed that leaked financial documents show that the church earned 80 million Australian dollars ($53 million) more than it...

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Why the Breakup Couch Is a Rite of Passage

Why the Breakup Couch Is a Rite of Passage

I overthought every single detail of each potential couch: Will it go with all of my other furniture? Should I get a safe neutral color or a fun pop of color—like a green velvet—that I will potentially get tired of looking at? What will visitors think of my couch? Do I need accent pillows? (I...

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After Electric Boat tour, Australia to purchase attack submarines

After Electric Boat tour, Australia to purchase attack submarines

Under the AUKUS pact — signifying Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States — work would take place in all three countries. Australia’s existing submarine fleet was built at a yard that opened in 1989 in South Australia near Adelaide. The U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Australia reporting in December that Australia wants a...

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Government frontbencher calls for investigation into fraud allegations made in parliament against Hillsong

Government frontbencher calls for investigation into fraud allegations made in parliament against Hillsong

A senior government frontbencher has called for an investigation into allegations made in parliament that Hillsong church misused the donations of its members. Independent MP Andrew Wilkie has used parliamentary privilege to accuse Hillsong church of breaking financial laws in Australia and around the world relating to “fraud, money laundering and tax evasion”. Key points: Independent...