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  • Bing Crosby's home back on the market

    Bing Crosby's home back on the market

    The Californian ranch once owned by Bing Crosby is back on the market with a higher asking price, two years after it was withdrawn from sale. Rancho Mirage, which was built for the crooner during the 1950s, is being...

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    The Templars’ Lost Treasures

    The legends surrounding the mysterious Knights Templar have fascinated historians for many years, but none more than that of the Templars’ treasure. Lost for centuries in an unknown location, the treasure is thought to be worth billions of dollars...

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    The 10 Sexiest Male Billionaires in the World

    As the saying goes, it’s just as easy to love a rich man as a poor man – so why not check out these dashing billionaires from across the globe. These men have got it all – money, good looks and that indefinable...

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    Could Our Spending Power Be Making Us Miserable?

    While it’s true that money can’t buy you happiness, it can buy you a fair amount of comfort. From luxury cars and houses to expensive jewellery and designer clothes, even a private jet to take you anywhere in the...

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  • World's Most Expensive Garage Conversion priced at £24m

    World's Most Expensive Garage Conversion priced at £24m

    The most expensive garage conversion in the world has come onto the market for £24 million (AU$43.8 million) in central London. The four-storey mews property in Mayfair was once two stable buildings, housing the coachmen and servants of wealthy...

  • Canada's Priciest Ski Chalet listed in Whistler

    Canada’s Priciest Ski Chalet listed in Whistler

    A ski chalet rumoured to be the most expensive in Canada has come onto the market in the famous ski resort of Whistler, British Columbia. With a price tag of $13.5 million (AU$15.3 million), Treetops Lane is being sold...

  • Major Toy Retailer Removes Breaking Bad Dolls from Shelves

    Major Toy Retailer Removes Breaking Bad Dolls from Shelves

    The hit television series Breaking Bad may seem as though it can do no wrong with its legions of fans, but one major toy retailer has been accused of going a step too far by selling Breaking Bad dolls...

  • Obama's Credit Card Declined at New York Eatery

    Obama’s Credit Card Declined at New York Eatery

    There are some little annoyances that even the most powerful people in the world cannot avoid – and it seems that having your credit card declined is one of them. The President of the United States told the Consumer...

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  • Ultraviolet Cleansing Hits the Market

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    Ultraviolet Cleansing Hits the Market

    People can now keep the air in their homes and offices clean with a new technology – ultraviolet cleansing – after Dyson announced its first ultraviolet humidifier. The firm – started by James Dyson and best known for its...

  • One-Car London Garage on Market for £550,000

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    One-Car London Garage on Market for £550,000

    A small garage in central London is set to become the most expensive ever sold as it goes onto the market with an asking price of well over half a million pounds. The 11ft by 7ft installation off the...

  • Gough Whitlam: Saying Goodbye to the Man who changed a Nation for the Better

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    Gough Whitlam: Saying Goodbye to the Man who changed a Nation for the Better

    Former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam has died aged 98. Although he spent only three years in power, Whitlam was an imposing figure, and has been credited with transforming Australian politics and the society as a whole. His family...

  • Minecraft City Two Years in the Making

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    Minecraft City Two Years in the Making

    An entire virtual city has been created by a US student as part of the hugely popular video game Minecraft. Duncan Parcells,19, an art student from the University of Delaware, has spent two years constructing the location, which he...

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    Iron Billionairess Gina Rinehart is a Woman Richer than Any Man in Australia

    Gina Rinehart is the richest female billionaire in Australia and one of the richest and most powerful women in the whole world. This iron lady has a bank balance higher than that of any man in Australia and her...

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    The Mossad: A Fascinatingly Efficient Killing Machine

    The endless bloody conflict between Israel and Palestine is hugely contested and controversial, but right at the heart of it is the feared and respected Israeli spy organisation, Mossad. The Mossad is perhaps most well-known for its lengthy and relentless...

  • ECB Buying Covered Bonds

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    ECB Buying Covered Bonds

    The European Central Bank (ECB) has begun buying covered bonds in an attempt to revive the euro zone economy. An ECB spokesperson confirmed the move today (20 October), which they hope will encourage banks to start lending more freely...

  • Nigeria is ‘Ebola-Free’, says WHO

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    Nigeria is ‘Ebola-Free’, says WHO

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared today (20 October) that Nigeria is officially free of Ebola. No new cases of the virus have been reported for six weeks, which WHO representative Rui Gama Vaz, said was a “spectacular...

  • Mystery Surrounds US Space Shuttle

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    Mystery Surrounds US Space Shuttle

    A US space shuttle has landed following a classified mission lasting almost two years. The US military’s top-secret version of the space shuttle, which is known as the X-37B, landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California. It...

  • IBM to Pay GlobalFoundries $1.5 Billion to take Microchip Unit

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    IBM to Pay GlobalFoundries $1.5 Billion to take Microchip Unit

    International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) has agreed to pay GlobalFoundries a total of $1.5 billion (AU$1.7 billion) to take over its loss-making microchip business. US media reports suggest that the tech giant will announce the deal with the Abu-Dhabi-owned...