The Netflix of Books

by The service Bookchoice has been called the ‘Netflix of Books’ and has just become available, with book lovers rejoicing over the new service. Bookchoice is a membership based service that allows you to download bestselling and cult books as ebooks or audiobooks […]

Royal Reads

by With the royal wedding now just a few days away, we thought that these selection of books would be perfect as a precursor to the royal event. So sit back with one of these books and with the only beverage that […]

Google A.I Will Soon Be Making Calls

by Google may have solved the problem for every person that hates making phone calls. Demonstrated at the company’s I/O 2018 conference, Google CEO Sundar Pichai played a recording of the Google Assistant booking a haircut for someone. You can see the […]

Weekly News Roundup

by Cher Will Return to Australia for Tour Pop superstar Cher will return to Australia this year for her first tour in thirteen years. The Here We Go Again tour will draw from her 40-year-career, giving fans the chance to relive her […]

5 Ideas for Mother’s Day

by With Mother’s Day coming up this Sunday, we thought of some excellent ideas that will help make your mother/grandmother’s day even more special. 1. Breakfast in bed should honestly be a regular occurrence but make this Mother’s Day one to remember […]

The Royal Movie

by Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently, you’ve heard all about the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. With just over a week until the event of the year is here, what perfect way to relive their love […]

Daily News Roundup

by Katy Perry has gifted Taylor Swift a literal olive branch, signifying the end of their long lasting feud.Taking to her Instagram Story just before the first date of her massive Reputation tour, Swift showed her followers the symbolic offering. “This means […]

ABBA Is Releasing New Music

by Legendary Swedish pop group ABBA will be releasing new music for the first time in 35 years. Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus said it was “wonderful” to be back in the studio with their former bandmates, Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, […]

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by Wednesday May 2nd Alaskan indie rock band Portugal. The Man have pulled out of a scheduled performance on Sunrise tomorrow morning over “recent statements” the show has made pertaining to Australia‘s Indigenous people. The band made the announcement in a statement […]

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by TUESDAY, MAY 1 One of the world’s most respected sports lawyers has quit his position on a committee of the governing body of international athletics, slamming the controversial new rule that is believed to target gold medal-winning South African runner Caster […]

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by From America’s Dad to convictions on all three counts of drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman — Bill Cosby’s downfall is complete. Today he shuffled from court on his cane to the waiting black suburban SUV pursued by news helicopters […]

Anzac Day

by This month, as we celebrate the 103rd anniversary of ANZAC DAY, another associated commemoration will be be held in France, marking the time when thousands more Australians fought and died in another Great War battle. April 25, 2018 is the anniversary […]

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by Catherine, wife of Prince William, smiled and waved as she left hospital on Monday after giving birth to a boy who is now fifth in line to the British throne. The baby was born at 11.01am and weighed 3.8 kg. William […]

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by April 23, 2018 Australian coins to get an updated Queen The Queen is getting a makeover on Australia’s coins. The federal government says a new effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by the UK Royal Mint’s engraver Jody Clark, will be […]

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by FRIDAY, April, 20 The Queen has called on Commonwealth leaders to appoint her son as the next head of the organisation. The ABC reported that while opening the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London, she declared it is her […]

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