Brekky Wrap: Bride Demands Dress Code For Guests Based On Weight

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The federal government's encryption laws have passed parliament after Labor agreed to abandon its changes. The world-first legislation will give police and security agencies greater powers to monitor secret conversations between criminals.

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The government's encryption laws have passed. Image: Getty Images.

A bride has demanded guests at her wedding follow a strict dress code she's designed based on how much they weigh. The bridezilla posted her list of requirements in a Facebook group, saying "the dress code is very specific because it will be used to create an incredible visual effect". Women under 71 kilos must wear a green velvet sweater, orange suede pants and a Burberry scarf while women over 72 kilos must wear all black. Men under 90 kilos are instructed to wear a fuzzy purple jacket and men that weight more have to dress in camouflage.

She's expecting guests to spend at least $1000 on their outfits.

Image: Facebook.

Manly Sea Eagles player Dylan Walker has been charged with domestic violence offences in Sydney. Police were called to a Northern Beaches home yesterday afternoon to find a woman with cuts to her shoulder, leg and feet. Walker has been granted conditional bail to front court next week.

Walker has been charged with domestic violence. Image: Getty Images.

A leaked report has revealed the Australian Border Force is slashing staff numbers at airports over the busy Christmas period to cut costs. The organisation is also believed to have suspended a fleet of boats to protect the nation's northern waters.

Airport staff to be cut. Image: Getty Images

Former US President George H.W. Bush has been farewelled for a final time at a private service in Texas. He’ll now be laid to rest beside his wife Barbara and their daughter Robin.

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A father in the US has made his daughter walk eight kilometres to school after she was banned from the bus for bullying. Kirsten, 10, was made to walk the distance to school carrying her bag and extra school supplies on a cold two-degree morning while her father followed her in a car. Her dad wanted to teach her a lesson about bullying and taking things for granted.

READ MORE: Father Makes Bully Daughter Walk Eight Kilometres To School

10-year-old Kirsten walking to school. Image: Facebook/ Matt Cox.

Australia has the edge heading into day two of the first test against India. The visitors managed to steady the ship late yesterday after a top order collapse. They’ll resume at 9 for 250 on Friday.

READ MORE: Unbelievably Brilliant Pat Cummins Run Out Wins Day For Australia

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The Golden Globe nominations are out. Nicole Kidman is up for Best Actress for her performance in Destroyer while Lady Gaga and Melissa McCarthy are also up for the award. Political comedy Vice leads the nominations with six and A Star Is Born has five.

READ MORE: The Golden Globe Nominations Are Out

Nicole Kidman is nominated for Best Actress. Image: Wire Image.

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