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Florence Alexandra, one of the contestants on the latest Bachelor in Paradise series, says she is talking to her lawyers about legal action.
"It's hard to prove that Crohn's is a serious disease," said Morgan Taylor. "It wrecks your lifestyle."
"These vapid c*nts only go on shows to find mediocre Instagram fame and make a living promoting teeth whiteners."
Yassmin Abdel-Magied was the winner of Queensland's Young Australian of the Year award in 2010.
Australia's National Union of Workers has launched an investigation and has terminated two employees.
The page – which ran for at least a year – has been linked to a middle-aged Australian man who is employed by the National Union of Workers.
"The charges are an attempt to try to make me ineligible to stand for parliament and they won’t succeed," he said in a statement.
Mary Molloy and her ex-boyfriend were arrested on Tuesday evening.
Tony Bower, the founder of Mullaways Medical Cannabis, has been openly supplying cannabis oil to hundreds for over a decade.
It's been a long day. Or week. What year is it?
Just about everyone has thrown their support behind the idea of pill testing... except the promoters of Groovin the Moo.
The ABC Me Facebook page was deleted on Tuesday evening.
The world watched on in 2016 as the United States presidential election thrust political memes into the mainstream for the first time. Could Australia be next?
"I am outraged by *makes sweeping hand motion* ALL of this."
"What do I tell my son??"
"Shocked. Stunned. Embarrassed."
Steve Taylor was arrested and charged with cultivation and possession of cannabis. His daughters say juicing the plant to treat their Crohn's disease has changed their life.
The ABC's Tonightly program suggested an Australian Conservatives candidate's campaign poster should be changed to read "Kevin Bailey is a c*nt".
Both sides of the medicinal cannabis debate in Australia are at odds over an interview with the head of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Some staff have been told by text message that the company is liquidated, but there’s no confirmation from the owner or former CEO.
"The war is coming."
Employees of the once wildly popular Doughnut Time franchise say they are owed thousands of dollars with no idea when – or if – they’ll ever be paid.
Minister for health Greg Hunt urged other states and territories to follow NSW's new program.
"Joins a group designed to force emulation of US populism, whine when group emulates those responsible for the US populist movement."
"Unfortunately gays are here and, if the disease their unnatural acts helped spread doesn't wipe out humanity, they're here to stay."
Seven students from Saint Stephen's College on Australia's Gold Coast were hospitalised after overdosing on a powdered drug.
The students, aged between 14 and 15, reported to their school's health centre around 2:30pm on Wednesday afternoon.
Rivaling sides of Australia's medicinal cannabis debate are arguing over an editorial published in the Medical Journal of Australia.
Australian patients using medicinal cannabis illegally say their only worry about being arrested would be having their medicine taken from them.
"She's an upset mum. Upset mums get shit done."
"Then and only then will I know that I have achieved my ultimate goal: to be able to stand aside and let them run our mission."
"Pemulwuy" sits between "Boaty McBoat" and "Hitler Did Nothing Wrong".
As confusion surrounds just what, exactly, is going wrong with the NSW transport system, social media is sparking up with solutions.
Sydney, get ready to spend quite a bit more time getting to work in the morning.
A woman claimed on Twitter that the wrestler raped her in her hotel room in October.
A full-scale, 24-hour strike is planned for Monday, 29 Jan.
No word yet as to whether you'll be seeing his bare chest in the snowy slopes of South Korea.
"Governments can tackle extreme inequality here and globally by ensuring the wealthy and multinationals pay their fair share of tax."
"This whole situation is caused because your wife doesn't want regular paint, she wants the fancy suede paint."
“We need to ensure that drivers are not impaired and a risk to others on the road,” said NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian.
"What’s the point of a cannabis GP Hotline when NSW Health won’t let GPs prescribe cannabis?"
Amy "Dolly" Everett was the face of iconic Australian hat manufacturer Akubra. She killed herself last week.
"Since African youth can’t be in a group of three or more without being labeled a 'gang'. Here’s my team, I’m the leader."
"Literally there is nobody to drive the trains."
Australian cannabis suppliers will be able to export their products come February, but local patients are still struggling.
May we all share the joy of an 85-year-old experiencing a fidget spinner for the first time.
According to the report, the non-psychoactive component of cannabis does not exhibit any effects indicative of abuse or dependence.