What is an ‘anti-bad vibes circle’? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found out.

No bad vibes here: Harry and Meghan donned colourful leis for a discussion around mental health on Bondi Beach.Image: Chris Jackson – Pool/Getty Images It’s been an understandably busy few days for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are in the midst of their first overseas visit. On Friday, the…

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Strawberries contaminated with needles has got people worried in Australia

Needles found in strawberries have prompted chaos in Australia.Image: Getty Images/Dorling Kindersley Someone keeps messing with the strawberries in Australia. A bunch of contamination incidents involving sewing needles found in strawberries and in other fruit has resulted in panic among authorities and the public. SEE ALSO: $40,000 worth of rare,…

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Watch Chrissy Teigen down a handful of ice cubes on ‘Hot Ones’

Hot Ones’ seventh season premiered on Thursday with Chrissy Teigen, who famously had to schedule a visit with her throat doctor the day after filming. During the episode Teigen’s at her most relatable as she discusses her hatred of Milky Way candy bars, how it feels to be so meme-able,…

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Brett Kavanaugh once got into a fight about UB40 and it’s spawned some very solid memes

What does Brett Kavanaugh love more? Beer or 'Red Red Wine'?Image: Getty Images Just when you thought the chaos surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh couldn’t get any weirder, UB40 gets added to the mix.  SEE ALSO: Sexual assault hotline sees record surge in calls during Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony…

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Barbara Kingsolver: It feels as though were living through the end of the world’

The author of The Poisonwood Bible is back with an ambitious novel charting the US in breakdown. She talks about the environment, victim-blaming and being a hillbilly Visiting Appalachia feels like entering some form of enchanted bower. As we drive through the nearby town of Abingdon, Virginia, she identifies some…

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Would that all journeys were on foot: writers on the joy of walking

Will Self on London, Fran Lebowitz on New York, Helen Garner on Melbourne and other writers love letters to urban pedestrianism For Walking the City week exploring all aspects of urban walking, good and bad writers tell us where they walk and why. Will Self watches the world go by…

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Life Itself review entirely dire daisy-chain melodrama makes you pray for death

Apparently scripted by an especially depthless range of greetings cards, this big screen effort from the creator of This Is Us dishes out tragedy to Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde, Annette Bening – and its audience Dan Fogelman is the weepie whisperer, the man who brought the tearstained TV drama back…

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