Brekky Wrap: Woman's Brutal Revenge On Cheating Boyfriend Goes Viral
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Energy ministers from across Australia will meet in Adelaide on Wednesday to discuss ways to lower power prices and prevent blackouts. South Australia and New South Wales have agreed to work together to link the states' energy networks.
A new cancer therapy that supercharges a patient’s immune cells to destroy cancer has been approved for use in Australia. The Therapeutic Goods Administration has approved CAR-T therapy for use in young patients with B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, as well as some lymphoma patients who haven’t responded to other treatments.
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Rescue crews have found no sign of a man who was swept out to sea near Coffs Harbour on the NSW mid-north coast. He was one of six who got in trouble in the water late on Monday. Two men drowned, while three teenagers were pulled to safety.
A woman spectacularly dumped her cheating boyfriend in a 21st birthday speech. Texan woman Tiana Perea stood up at her birthday party and told her boyfriend, "thank you for making me realise I deserve so much better," before her brother gave the dumped man a bag of his stuff, and told him to get out.
Donald Trump’s charitable foundation will close down amid allegations that he and others illegally misused its funds. It’s one of several legal cases swirling around the US President.
An investigation is underway after both engines of a Virgin Australia plane cut out mid-flight. The regional plane was en route to Canberra from Sydney last Thursday when it ran into trouble. No one was injured.
There’s a push for a woman to replace disgraced MP Andrew Broad in the Victorian seat of Mallee. It comes as the Nationals Party works to repair its image in the wake of the ‘sugar daddy’ saga.
American actress and director Penny Marshall – known for her role on the Laverne and Shirley sitcom – has died aged 75. Her family released a statement saying they were "heartbroken" over her passing, adding that "Penny was a tomboy who loved sports, doing puzzles of any kind, drinking milk and Pepsi together and being with her family."
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