Fury over highly sought-after Matildas jersey
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Australian soccer fans have been left fuming after losing out on their chance to own the legendary purple goalkeeper jersey worn by Matildas star Mackenzie Arnold that sold out in minutes on Tuesday ..read more
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Dumbest comment a man has ever made
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Jackie O storms out of show over shameful stat
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Jackie ‘O’ Henderson has marched out of KIIS FM during her top-rating program after learning the station has the highest gender pay gap disparity across Australian radio ..read more
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‘Look what we can do’: Motorola unveils new bendable smartphone
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Motorola is doing something people "never thought imaginable”, says EFTM Editor Trevor Long. His comments follow the company’s unveiling of a new bendable smartphone. “I don’t know why you’d want this,” Mr Long told Sky News Australia. “Bending it was the most mind-blowing thing I’ve ever done because it felt like I was breaking it, but I wasn’t. “The idea here is to show that this fold factor is basically open-ended. “It’s really just a proof of concept from Motorola to say, ‘Hey, look what we can do ..read more
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ScoMo chokes back tears in final speech
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Scott Morrison has marked off his exit to federal parliament with a tearful goodbye to his political opponents and a detailed tribute to popstar Taylor Swift ..read more
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Renewable energy ‘clearly not delivering’ for Australia
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Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says renewable energy is clearly “not delivering” for Australia right now. “We’re about to lose our entire nickel industry,” Mr Canavan told Sky News Australia. Indonesia expanded their coal-fired power production by 30 per cent in 2022. “As a result of that ... (Indonesia) are stealing our nickel jobs, our nickel industry from Australia because they have got a cheaper cost of production. “Is renewable cheaper than coal? Well clearly, it’s not because Indonesia is delivering much lower energy prices to its nickel industry using coal-fired power than we can going ..read more
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Mortgage stress risk hits record high
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More homeowners were “at risk” of mortgage stress over the three months to January than at any time in Australia’s recorded history, new research shows ..read more
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Revolutionary new smart glasses present a ‘number of possibilities’
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The Mobile World Congress is currently taking place in Barcelona, featuring everything from bendable smartphones to revolutionary smart glasses. EFTM Editor Trevor Long told Sky News Australia the smart glasses were only announced “just a few hours ago” from Oppo. “They look like normal glasses in many ways … they’re not heavy, they’re not big bulky things. “They project in front of your eyes, information from your smartphone – it might be notifications, it might be navigation – any number of possibilities. “The fact they were so light and simple and not really a crazy product made me think th ..read more
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Australia’s nuclear ban ‘out of date’ with the world: Matt Canavan
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Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says Australia’s nuclear energy ban is “out of date” with the rest of the developed world. Australia is the only G20 nation which prohibits the development of nuclear energy. Billionaire mining magnate Andrew Forrest doubled down on his opposition to nuclear energy, claiming it would take too long and be too expensive to implement. “Its only effect is to potentially keep prices higher than otherwise,” Mr Canavan told Sky News Australia. “Let’s just remove the ban and see what happens – what have we got to lose ..read more
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‘Climate denialist’: Andrew Forrest claims Gina Rinehart ‘married to fossil fuels’
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The notion wind and solar farms would take up prime agricultural land is “absolute rubbish,” says Fortescue Chairman Andrew Forrest. “We could send Australia green and we would lose less than 0.5 per cent of our country,” he told Sky News. “And I’m not proposing putting wind farms and solar panels over rich farming country.” Sky News presenter Peter Stefanovic asked if he stood with Gina Rinehart’s position on renewable energy. “I think she is married to fossil fuels and that is what she sticks to – she’s a climate denialist mate,” Mr Fortescue answered ..read more
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