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TikTok to lose Australian fans over fears of data breach

Following India and the US, several Australian legislators are proposing to ban TikTok as they too fear the app was being used by the Chinese government to collect users' data, reported the South China Morning Post. Recently, Liberal Senator Jim Molan said TikTok was being "used and abused" by the Chinese government. Labor Senator Jenny … Continue reading TikTok to lose Australian fans over fears of data breach

CORONAVIRUS: Australian brewers rolling out free kegs of beer

It's been two months since pubs, bars and restaurants were forced to shut their doors in Australia due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a lockdown, which the government had to introduce in order to stop the spread of the disease. Australia's Carlton & United Breweries have decided to roll out 2,000 barrels of free … Continue reading CORONAVIRUS: Australian brewers rolling out free kegs of beer

COVIDSafe critic writes an emotional open letter to Scott Morrison

A hoax text message claiming to come from the government’s newly launched coronavirus app is circulating online. Yesterday the COVIDSafe app was unveiled to help track cases of the virus in Australia and prevent community transmission. The app already has more than a million downloads. Off the back of privacy concerns about the data the … Continue reading COVIDSafe critic writes an emotional open letter to Scott Morrison

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COVID-19: Virgin Australia to lay off more than 16,000 workers

Australia’s second biggest airline, Virgin Australia (VAH.AX), has become the first large corporate coronavirus casualty, announcing it will enter voluntary administration on Tuesday morning. The decision follows crisis talks held on Monday evening after the airline failed to secure a desired $1.4 billion lifeline from the federal government. In a statement to the ASX on Tuesday … Continue reading COVID-19: Virgin Australia to lay off more than 16,000 workers

Why Australia should be in your bucket list of perfect tour destinations

Australia is every tourist’s dreamland despite its smaller size when compared to the United States. For lots of reasons, travellers to most Australian cities find it difficult to resist the temptation of residing permanently in the country. It is therefore not surprising that the country’s most productive sector is tourism, which contributed A$47.5 billion (3% … Continue reading Why Australia should be in your bucket list of perfect tour destinations

Types of Australian Sugar Babies you should know

The term “sugar babies” is gaining popularity around the world, especially in Australia where love-stricken females (mostly university students) have swarmed Seeking Arrangement in search of deep-pocketed sugar daddies and sugar mommies who are ready to trade cash and gifts for fun. Sugar babies are categorized differently. “Cash is king” sugar babies are about material … Continue reading Types of Australian Sugar Babies you should know

Melbourne mosque bombers convicted and jailed

A terror attack on a Melbourne mosque was motivated by intolerance, malevolence and misguided piety based on beliefs a Supreme Court Justice says have no place in civilized society. Ahmed Mohamed was the mastermind of a plan to burn down the Imam Ali Islamic Centre, where Shia Muslims attend, in Fawkner in 2016 and recruited … Continue reading Melbourne mosque bombers convicted and jailed

4 Australian women strip in support of Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun

  Four women held a topless protest in Sydney on Thursday to support runaway Saudi woman Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun as Australia began considering her bid to settle in the country as a refugee. Alqunun was on Wednesday deemed a refugee by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, after being detained in Bangkok en route to … Continue reading 4 Australian women strip in support of Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun

Why Australia banned China’s most popular chat app

  WeChat is an all-in-one social media platform that combines services such as those offered by WhatsApp, Facebook, Uber and Apple Pay. It also acts as a news service via numerous WeChat Official Accounts (also called Public Accounts). These accounts allow government agencies, business corporations, and social organisations to post and distribute news stories to subscribers. WeChat users registered outside … Continue reading Why Australia banned China’s most popular chat app

Gay marriage now legal in Australia

Gay marriage is now lawful in Australia after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull hurriedly passed the bill into law on Friday by endorsing a final signature few hours after it was overwhelmingly approved by Parliament. The nation is currently witnessing a frenzied wedding plannings scheduled to hold later this month. According to a report from AP, Turnbull traveled … Continue reading Gay marriage now legal in Australia