Having just touched down in Australia, musician Scott Hildebrand started hitchhiking on his way to Byron Bay. Things took a rather unexpected turn.
The Duke and Duchess continued their royal tour of Australia by sitting in a circle on the beach, and sharing the good vibes with some hippies.
The US embassy in Canberra has issued an apology, after an email invite containing some rather odd content was distributed.
Apparently, it’s super tough to be white in Australia, and there has been a recent “deplorable rise of anti-white racism”.
A tech billionaire and his wife have set a new Australian record for the most expensive property ever sold. Good on ya, mate.
Someone in Australia has been going around putting needles in strawberries, which has had a devastating impact on the strawberry industry. Now copycats are springing up.
Apparently, we haven’t yet moved on from the Serena Williams discussion. Here’s the Herald Sun with more to say on the matter.
With cartoonist Mark Knight’s work under a microscope, and in the face of worldwide condemnation, the Herald Sun has come out swinging.
Many Perth residents were left in a state of panic when a fireball, presumed to be a meteor, zoomed past the city last night.
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Two Finnish backpackers were attacked on a popular hiking trail in Western Australia, by a man who is clearly a few beers short of a six-pack.
A mellow boat trip escalated pretty rapidly after a shark dragged an Ozzie woman into the water by nibbling on her finger.
Nick Kyrgios has a history of dubious on-court behaviour, and his latest antics have seen him cop a R238 000 fine. Not that he cares.
For a quarter of a century, Gregory P Smith travelled around a country that shunned his very existence, and eventually drove him into a rainforest.
An Ozzie university has been hit by a massive racism scandal, after a photo of their students wearing blackface and Ku Klux Klan hit Instagram.
Residents of an apartment block in Brisbane were sick of seeing shite on their pavement. Their sting operation led to this rather uncouth picture.
Churches aren’t exactly known for their racy signs, but over on Australia’s Gold Coast everyone’s having a good chuckle at this one.
Parking can be an absolute nightmare, but a hotel valet managed to take it to the extreme by finding space for a Porsche in the unlikeliest place.
David and Candice had their every move scrutinised in the wake of his ball-tampering antics, and the stress eventually became too much for Candice to bear.
Learning to drive is a terrifying experience, and it’s also rather terrifying for those who you share the road with. This chap’s parents are rather stressed.
Justin Langer has been brought in to try and restore the Ozzie team’s credibility, but the former opener has a few skeletons in his closet.
Justin Langer was announced as the new Ozzie coach earlier today, and I imagine that David Warner is pretty stoked with how that appointment began.
After a family row, a 12-year-old from Sydney made his way to the airport with a credit card in hand and flew to Bali for an adventure.
If you were offered a whopping amount of money to act as a drug-smuggler’s decoy, would you take it? Don’t – that’s what got the cocaine babes into trouble.
It’s plain to see that there’s plenty of tension between the Ozzie and SA governments at present, and this travel advice isn’t going to mend any bridges.
After eight athletes were reported missing on Wednesday, a further five have now vanished. Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton is not impressed.
With various Australian politicians supporting the idea of fast-tracked visas for white SA farmers, thousands gathered in Perth to push the issue.
Once again, the idea of a zombie apocalypse is being explored, although this time we’re in the Australian outback with Martin Freeman.
Smith, Warner, Bancroft – three names that will forever be associated with cheating. Not a good look, but Australia’s real sporting shame is something far more sinister.