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Long live #MSPaint! "If there’s anything we learned, it’s that after 32 years, MS Paint has a lot of fans."
Long live MSPaint "If there’s anything we learned it’s that after 32

Microsoft Paint saved after outpouring of love – sort of

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07/25/2017 at 11:01. Facebook
Apple claims its new campus will be the ‘greenest building on the planet’. It consists of 5 million square feet of asphalt and concrete with grassy fields and over 9,000 native and drought-resistant trees. Did we mention it is also powered by 100% renewable energy?
Apple claims its new campus will be the ‘greenest building on the

The construction of Apple Park in California

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Murray Hastie
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07/25/2017 at 10:45. Facebook
"How many of us, faced with the actual president of the United States, his tiny hand outstretched, would have the nerve to blank him?"
"How many of us faced with the actual president of the United

Is this the ‘nasty’ women’s fightback against Trump we’ve been waiting for?

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07/25/2017 at 10:20. Facebook
From "it took guts" to "a real nut job": this is what it's like for the people who fall out of favour with Donald J. Trump.
From "it took guts" to "a real nut job": this is what

The wrath of Donald Trump

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Bradley Patterson
Jay Ames
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07/25/2017 at 09:50. Facebook
Joe Maggard was McDonald's mascot from 1995 to 2007. More men have walked on the moon than been Ronald McDonald. But what happens after you step out of the big red shoes?
Joe Maggard was McDonald's mascot from 1995 to 2007 More men have

I was Ronald McDonald

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Tim Patrick
Mark Flockton Foster
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07/25/2017 at 09:21. Facebook
Donald J. Trump spoke in front of 40,000 Boy Scouts of America and it was, well, read for yourself: "The scouts believe in putting America first … By the way, what do you think the chances are that this incredible, massive crowd, record-setting, is going to be shown on television tonight? One per cent or zero? The fake media will say: President Trump – and you know what this is – President... View more »
Donald J Trump spoke in front of 40 000 Boy Scouts of

Trump's speech to Boy Scouts: fake news, crowd size and New York's hottest people

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07/25/2017 at 08:58. Facebook
Bill Shorten has argued that inequality was “the biggest threat to our health as an economy and our cohesion as a society". Our columnist Greg Jericho looked at the evidence.
Bill Shorten has argued that inequality was “the biggest threat to our

Has inequality got worse?

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Bec Brown
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07/25/2017 at 08:30. Facebook
A federal court judge has refused to taste a Heinz children’s snack food at the centre of a legal stoush over its nutritional value.
A federal court judge has refused to taste a Heinz children’s snack

Judge refuses to taste Heinz snack at centre of misleading advertising case

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07/25/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
#BREAKING: The resources minister, Senator Matthew Canavan, has quit the cabinet because he is a dual citizen of Italy – but is refusing to quit politics or the parliament until the high court decides if he is in breach of the constitution.
BREAKING: The resources minister Senator Matthew Canavan has quit the cabinet

Matt Canavan quits cabinet over Italian dual citizenship

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07/25/2017 at 07:45. Facebook
"There are endless arguments against the dubious suggestion by one academic that selective schools for primary kids would be a really good idea."
"There are endless arguments against the dubious suggestion by one academic that

Selective primary schools? What a terrible idea for children | Lucy Clark

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Jennifer Grant Jary
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07/25/2017 at 07:02. Facebook
Watch Michael Phelps race a great white shark. The shark was a computer simulation rather than an actual great white, but its swim speed was calculated using data collected from the real thing. Phelps finished the 100m course in 38 seconds, two second slower than the ‘shark’.
Watch Michael Phelps race a great white shark The shark was a

Michael Phelps races a great white shark (sort of)

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Alice Robins
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07/25/2017 at 06:45. Facebook
Take a look inside the incredible Omega House by Melbourne street artist Rone, before it's demolished.
Take a look inside the incredible Omega House by Melbourne street artist

‘I'd be crushed if this was gone before anyone got to see it': Rone's Omega House – in pictures

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Marianne Hamilton
Joshua Rayson
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07/25/2017 at 06:15. Facebook
"As Peter Dutton takes command of his super department of spooks and feds and border patrols, the Australian Labor Party will need to have their aerial defence systems in place. This national security threat has been exploited effectively before," writes Peter Lewis.
"As Peter Dutton takes command of his super department of spooks and

When the Coalition fears for its mortality, it races to the national security ballot

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Mark Emery
Bradley Patterson
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07/25/2017 at 05:30. Facebook
Minneapolis’ Somali American police officers are “afraid” after a wave of community and online anger in response to last week’s fatal police shooting of Australian Justine Damond.
Minneapolis’ Somali American police officers are “afraid” after a wave of community

Justine Damond: Somali American police 'afraid' of backlash over shooting

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Haylee Priss
Paul McIlwraith
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07/25/2017 at 04:45. Facebook
The longstanding mayor of the Alaskan town of Talkeetna has died. RIP Stubbsy.
The longstanding mayor of the Alaskan town of Talkeetna has died RIP Stubbsy

Feline sad: cat who was 'mayor' of Alaskan town for 20 years dies

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Raquel Wainewright
Geoff Harrison
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07/25/2017 at 03:58. Facebook
Is inequality real? The graphs don't lie. Greg Jericho takes on the Coalition's inequality denialists.
Is inequality real The graphs don't lie Greg Jericho takes on the

Bill Shorten's inequality pitch has rustled the jimmies of conservatives | Greg Jericho

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Christopher Ridings
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07/25/2017 at 03:15. Facebook
Australians are getting poorer, but blaming immigrants? Pull the other one. We're wasting our own resources through political laziness and incompetence.
Australians are getting poorer but blaming immigrants Pull the other one We're

Australians are getting poorer - but it has nothing to do with immigrants | Tom Westland

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07/25/2017 at 02:30. Facebook
A lack of action is allowing “debt vultures” to operate unchecked in Australia, the Consumer Action Law Centre has warned, saying in some cases firms are engaging in misleading and even predatory conduct.
A lack of action is allowing “debt vultures” to operate unchecked in

'Debt vultures' operating unchecked in Australia, consumer advocates say

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Marlene Baker
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07/25/2017 at 01:51. Facebook
Michael Phelps: “Honestly, the first thought that went through my head when I saw the shark, [was] there’s probably very little chance for me to beat him.”
Michael Phelps: “Honestly the first thought that went through my head when

Viewers angry after Michael Phelps loses race to computer-generated shark

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Josh Wheaton
Greig Sutton
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07/25/2017 at 01:31. Facebook
There is widespread outrage as the South Australian government, key senators, Indigenous and environmental groups all demand multiple investigations after Four Corners last night alleged public servants are colluding with wealthy irrigators to 'steal' taxpayer-purchased water, intended for rivers, and lining their own pockets instead.
There is widespread outrage as the South Australian government key senators Indigenous

Murray-Darling basin: allegations of water theft spark calls for judicial inquiry

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Atticus Ogmore
Christos Raza