Big W reveals the first three stores to close in January

The first Big W stores to close their doors have been revealed as the discount department chain pushes ahead with its cost saving strategy.The subsidiary of Woolworths confirmed all three closures are in Sydney — Chullora, Auburn and Fairfield will shut up shop in January after reaching an agreement with landlords. “These are

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Mark Coyne’s rant in Singapore has been revealed

He also told police "you guys are f---ing crazy", "you guys must be f---ing embarrassed" and "you must be so f---ing proud of yourselves".The insults were delivered in English, according to the documents.On Wednesday a Singapore court fined Coyne $4,000 over the incident. Under Singapore’s criminal code, there’s a maximum fine of $5,000

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iPhone 11’s inclusive new emoji unveiled as Apple confirms icons coming to iOS 13 | TechRadar

Apple has unveiled a selection of the new diversity-themed emoji that will be coming to the iPhone 11 and other devices later this year, showing its twist on the base icons.In February Unicode unveiled this new range of emoji, which had an emphasis on diversity and disability (and waffles). Apple has now announced

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Mark Coyne stood down from Australian Rugby League Commission

Mark Coyne has stood down from the Australian Rugby League Commission following an incident in Singapore.Coyne is reportedly alleged to have used 'vile and disgusting' language towards public officials during an argument outside a hotel in early June.The 51-year-old is also understood to have spent a night in a cell and forced to

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Elon Musk’s company Neuralink plans to connect people’s brains to the internet by next year using a procedure he claims will be as safe and easy as LASIK eye surgery

Elon Musk on Tuesday announced in a livestream that his neurotechnology startup, Neuralink, hoped to begin implanting devices into human brains as early as next year. Musk has invested $US100 million into the secretive company since its founding in 2016, according to The New York Times, and he says he hopes it will

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Bomb squad called after explosives found

Police have arrested a 40-year-old man after drugs, firearms and commercial explosives have were located at a property on one of Adelaide’s busiest streets.The Bomb Response Unit has been inside a commercial address at Grenfell St since 12.30pm today where they are examining the explosives, South Australia Police said in a statement. The

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Natalie Dalton jailed for role in killing of Jade Goodwin, found in shallow grave at Tyabb

Updated July 17, 2019 12:32:15 Photo: Natalie Dalton encouraged her friends to seriously injure Jade Goodwin, the court heard. (AAP: James Ross, file) A woman who "set in motion" a fatal attack on a man in 2017 has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison. Key points:Natalie Dalton could be

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5 things to watch on the ASX 200 on Wednesday

On Tuesday the S&P/ASX 200 index continued its disappointing run and fell as further 0.2% to 6,641 points.Will the market be able to bounce back on Wednesday? Here are five things to watch: On Tuesday the S&P/ASX 200 index continued its disappointing run and fell as further 0.2% to 6,641 points. Will the

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Review slams APRA for keeping a low profile, urges overhaul of the regulator

Posted July 17, 2019 00:47:59 An independent review is urging the overhaul of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), slamming it for a poor culture and variable leadership. Key points:The review was ordered in the wake of the banking royal commissionIt criticised APRA's dealings with regulated entities "behind the scenes"The panel made 24

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Mumbai building collapses, killing at least four and trapping dozens

Updated July 16, 2019 22:37:27 Photo: Rescue workers say more than 30 people could be buried in the rubble. (Reuters: Prashant Waydande) A four-storey building collapsed in India's financial capital of Mumbai on Tuesday (local time), trapping dozens in the rubble and with at least four people confirmed dead, police said. Key points:People

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