This morning, we woke to find that the fanbases of One Direction, Beyonce, Justin Bieber and BTS want comedian Alex Williamson’s head on a pike.
A whole new way to peel garlic blew up social media yesterday, and after much studying, I believe I’ve cracked the methodology behind it.
Adrian Cheok’s Order of Australia will now be discussed on a Senate level, as many are wondering how someone so abrasive can be honoured by the nation.
Michel Platini, the ex-president of European football has been arrested by corruption investigators over Qatar’s winning bid to host the 2022 World Cup.
Despite the repeated headlines, today’s budget ignored those harmed by domestic violence. According to advocates, no progress can be made until the government takes the issue seriously.
According to an eye-raising study, our domestic dogs have genetically engineered a facial muscle, one that they use to manipulate us.
Today, three more refugees on Manus Island attempted suicide, including one who wanted to burn himself alive outside the immigration office.
According to numerous internet sources, the amount of coffee one can drink before it kills you, varies greatly.
This morning, the words of Israel Folau hit the front pages. If we’re so opposed to his message, at what point do we stop magnifying it?
Because the world no longer makes sense, OJ Simpson is now on Twitter. Fortunately, he’s down for a bit of Q&A. Lord.
Well, it seems we can put one debate to bed, as a pioneering group of scientists have decided that water does taste like something.
Despite their president aligning himself as a “proud homophobe”, the Brazilian Supreme Court has uniformly criminalised homophobia.
Despite lobbying for an anti-vaccine centric bill, Jessica Biel is apparently not down with the movement. However, those who have already joined, are linked by one very important aspect.
The only thing that will save Julian Assange is the British courts ignoring the extradition request their government has already signed.
According to Seek, job figures around the nation have taken a serious hit, with the majority of industries down in all states.
In another too-good-to-be-true poll, one University believes that the majority of the Democratic candidates would boot Donald Trump out of the White House.
Hong Kong’s demonstration of 100,000 people has turned bloody, as the police are now using tear gas, rubber bullets and batons to disperse the crowd.
While Walmart executives are congratulating themselves over bringing robots into their stores, their customers are telling a different story.
Yesterday, Anthony Albanese looked to remove John Setka from CFMMEU over alleged comments he made. Today, the latter has refused to go, citing a political conspiracy moving against him.
Emboldened by their initial success, Legal Aid Victoria is taking the fight to Centrelink’s maligned robo-debt recovery scheme.
For reasons unknown, people of the internet are now keeping blood-sucking leeches as pets. Sadly, photographic evidence exists.
To prove that the times of nonsense and division are not beyond us, an Anning Party candidate of questionable motivations has been recognised by the Queen.