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Netflix could open its own movie theatres

Posted by September 24th 2019

Netflix could be coming to a movie theatre near you, according to reports. Anonymous sources told the Los Angeles Times that the streaming giant may be ready for the big screen, expressing a desire to purchase …



Vic Govt to fix mobile blackspots on regional trains

Posted by July 2nd 2019

Passengers on Victoria’s five busiest regional rail lines will experience better mobile coverage before the end of the year, according to the state government. Labelled the Regional Rail Connectivity Project (RRCP), the move from the Victorian …


Costco selling $500,000 diamond ring

Posted by May 30th 2018

Costco is most famous for selling groceries in bulk, but it’s now also luring shoppers with a diamond ring worth… half a million dollars. Sky News political reporter Jennifer Bechwati discovered the diamond ring at Costco’s …


Cooked fruit and veg get a raw deal, research finds

Posted by November 20th 2018

A new study indicates that it’s not about how many fruit and vegetables you eat, but rather the way in which you eat it. The research from the University of Otago in New Zealand discovered raw …


New research finds that nuts help reduce risk of heart failure

Posted by April 19th 2018

A handful of nuts might just be what the doctor ordered, according to a new study. Eating nuts regularly could prevent the development of heart failure and an irregular heartbeat. A study conducted by scientists from Sweden, …


New study reveals six cups of coffee a day may be healthy

Posted by April 19th 2018

If you’ve been thinking about cutting down on your morning coffees, think again. New research has found drinking up to six cups of coffee a day may be healthy for you. The review of 11 major …


Qld, WA, record highest spike in telco complaints

Posted by April 19th 2018

Australia’s Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) has revealed that some states get more than their fair share of telco complaints. Between 1 July and 31 December 2017, customers in Queensland and Western Australia recorded the biggest increase in …