Gender reveal disaster Brazil: overestimated parties do more harm than good

A gender reveal party has dumped a couple from Brazil in hot water after allegedly contaminating a city’s water supply. Brazil’s environmental agency SEMA, based in the state of Mato Gross, is investigating the parents-to-be after blue dye was poured into the Queima Pé River. The innocent act could lead to the couple being charged … Read more

Surprising finding on house prices after rate hikes: PropTrack report

House prices fell 0.19% on average across Australia in September – the smallest drop since April in what could be a welcome relief for homeowners. In capital cities, prices fell by 0.22 percent overall, the PropTrack report found. This means that prices in the capital have reversed with prices falling over the past seven months, … Read more

AFL: Collingwood midfielder Jack Crisp joins exclusive company with Copeland Trophy win

Jack Crisp joined elite company in Collingwood on Friday night as he held off the timeless captain Scott Pendlebury to win his second consecutive Copeland trophy. The groundbreaking midfielder is only the 17th Magpies player to ever win the Club Championship award in consecutive years and the first since Brodie Grundy in 2018/19. Pendlebury (2013-16) … Read more

Former students remember ‘horrific sh**’ they endured in Australian private schools

Former Australian private schoolgirls from across the country have banded together for a TikTok trend, revealing what they describe as the “horrific sh**” they endured during their education, and it baffles students abroad. The viral trend was sparked by a video by ex-private Catholic high school girl Claire Champion, whose video with more than half … Read more

Who is Jordan Peterson? Olivia Wilde Don’t Worry Darling ‘incel’ controversy

Love him or loathe him, almost everyone has an opinion about Jordan Peterson by now. The Canadian psychologist, media personality and bestselling author of 12 rules for life has been described as either “the most influential public intellectual in the western world”, or in the recent words of actress and filmmaker Olivia Wilde, “this insane … Read more

Cane toads, Sydney: NSW alert after wildlife discovery

Nearly 20 cane toads have been found on private property less than two hours’ drive from Sydney, raising fears that many more could be lurking nearby. Several of the venomous animals were discovered Monday by a member of the public on a property in Mandalong, a rural area west of Lake Macquarie, 117 kilometers north … Read more

Embarrassing Video of Putin and Russia: Retirees Drafting But Can’t Afford Gear

A video and a handful of photos from inside Russia’s confused attempt at war have exposed the embarrassing low-lying leader Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader has sent 300,000 additional soldiers to the front lines, but photos suggest his new recruits may not be war-ready. Photos from Sevastopol in Crimea show groups of men – many … Read more

Jeffrey Dahmer Netflix: FBI Documents Reveal Serial Killer Horror Details

Warning: Graphic content. Jeffrey Dahmer told investigators he was trying to create “love slaves” by turning them into “zombies,” according to FBI documents. The “Milwaukee cannibal” told police his sexual fantasies completely took over and he wanted his victims to “do everything he needed to,” according to FBI documents obtained by the American sun. He … Read more

Queensland mother says partner in prison has strengthened their relationship

When Caity Phelan’s partner went to jail last year, she never thought it would be one of the best things to ever happen to their relationship. The 23-year-old had only been in a relationship with the love of her life Dayne, 25, for seven months when he made a “bad decision” that resulted in him … Read more

Optus Hack: NSW Service Turning Down People Looking for Replacement Driver’s Licenses

Victims of the Optus hack who attempted to replace their driver’s licenses have reported being turned away from Service NSW centers due to widespread confusion over the process. On Tuesday, the state governments of NSW, Victoria and Queensland announced that Optus customers whose data had been exposed in the massive data breach could apply for … Read more