Health fears as one of Australia's most popular staple foods is found to contain 'dangerous' microplastics - and you could be eating 4mg with every serve
Uncooked rice, a staple in millions of Australian homes, has been found to contain 'potentially dangerous' microplastics.The Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences researchers at the University of Queensland found Australians may consume 3-4mg of plastic in an average 100g single serve of uncooked rice.
Sweet potato TOAST is the latest trend to take Australia by storm - topped with crispy haloumi, rocked and creamy smashed avocado
An Australian foodie who's known for sharing delicious food recipes on TikTok has revealed her sweet potato toast breakfast recipe..She balanced the flavours by adding a teaspoon of honey, lemon juice and chili flakes.'It's the perfect combo of sweet and salty in every bite,' she said in the video posted on May 6.
Genius or lazy?Meat pies with tomato sauce baked INSIDE the pastry launch at supermarkets - and they're just $2.50 each Coles has divided hundreds of Australian shoppers after unveiling a new range of classic meat pies with an unusual twist.The supermarket chain has launched beef pies with a layer tomato sauce hidden inside the pastry so customers can enjoy the snack without having to add any condiment on the side.
Tens of thousands of women at risk from breast augmentations after rare cancer linked to common implants that have been used since 2004
An urgent warning has been issued to thousands of Australian women who have had breast implants which have been linked to a rare cancer.Women who have undergone the procedure are urged to be on the look out for symptoms of breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma, a rare cancer of the immune system that grows in the scar tissue capsule and fluid around the implant.
An Australian YouTuber and Tiktok user has caused an uproar during a prank that is not only stupid during a pandemic but also insensitive.The Queenslander's prank video sees him walk up behind people and pretend to sneeze on them but actually he's just spraying them with water.
Hello, and happy Monday.Sydney is on Covid standby, China’s rocket (or parts of it) landed, and the federal budget comes out tomorrow (which people already have plenty to say about).It’s Imogen Dewey with the main stories for you this morning, plus a podcast about those plummeting sperm counts.
AN AUSTRALIAN Big Brother contestant has explained what caused her to scar her face so badly she ended up in hospital.Fans had been asking Tilly Whitfeld, 21, why she’s been wearing a blue clay face mask on the show, so she took to Instagram to explain.
He was disqualified from driving and ordered to pay a fine A Maidenhead man was found to be four-times over the legal limit for cocaine while driving a car.Malik Khan, 32, of Australian Avenue, Maidenhead, was pulled over as part of a routine stop by Thames Valley Police officers on Oaken Grove in the town on May 30, 2020.
Little-known cryptocurrencies that didn't exist only a few years ago are doubling in value every week and by more than 18,000 per cent in a year.During the past year some cryptocurrencies, including one created as a protest, have multiplied in value by 186 times.to new record highs.
Angelina Jolie, 45, shows off her ageless visage as she promotes her new film Those Who Wish Me Dead
Angelina Jolie was promoting her new film, Those Who Wish Me Dead, on Australia's The Sunday Project this weekend.And the 45-year-old actress looked absolutely ageless as she took part in an interview via video link.The Hollywood star showed off her line-free visage and porcelain skin as she discussed filming her new action epic in New Mexico.
Australian stars have stripped off to raise money for the Stroke Foundation.Celebrities including Sophie Monk, Natalie Roser, Lee Carseldine and David Genat are taking part in the 'towel challenge', which involves posing in nothing but a towel for a calendar.The campaign raises money for the Stroke Foundation which prevents and treats strokes.
Meet the Australian 'Jungle Doctor' working to fit prosthetic legs to elephants who have wandered into landmines on the Thai border
An Australian vet dubbed the 'Jungle Doctor' has helped save endangered animals all over the world, fitting prosthetic legs to elephants who have walked over landmines., helping helping treat elephant's abscesses caused by landmines on the Thailand-Myanmar border.'The hospital does groundbreaking work that helps elephants who have lost their legs from landmines,' she told 7 News.
Check your wallet now! Money expert reveals how to tell if your old $5 note is worth 'a small fortune'
.The History of Money expert posted a video on TikTok - showing his fans how to identify one of the rare $5 notes.'It needs to have a Stevens/Fraser signature combination,' the man explained in the video.Scroll down for video He also said the note's serial number has to begin with 'BA 15' for the note to be worth the incredible sum.
It's vanished! Mums left baffled after their favourite cleaning product disappears from supermarket shelves - before finding it at independent shop
Australian mums have taken to Facebook after failing to find one of their favourite cleaning products at the supermarket.A mum posted a picture of her last can of Preen Vanish stain remover online asking if she had 'missed' an announcement about the product being discontinues.'Do they not sell this can of gold anywhere anymore?
Aussie tennis great labels basketball star Liz Cambage 'disrespectful' for calling out Olympics promotional photos for a lack of diversity - arguing there are better ways to make her point
Australian tennis great Todd Woodbridge has hit out at basketball star Liz Cambage after she blasted the lack of visible diversity in the country's 'whitewashed' Olympics promotional photos and said she will boycott the Tokyo games.Woodbridge, who won 16 grand slam doubles titles and Olympic gold, said Cambage's comments showed 'disrespect' towards the athletes who were pictured and added he believed she had gone about her public protest in the wrong way.
Josh Frydenberg says budget contains more than $10bn for aged care as women’s health package announced
The treasurer Josh Frydenberg says more than $10bn will be committed to aged care over the forward estimates as part of the Coalition’s response to the royal commission that will be outlined in Tuesday night’s budget.In a round of scene-setting television interviews ahead of Tuesday night’s economic statement, Frydenberg quantified the aged care spend, and also confirmed that 105,000 Australians had come off income support in April after the jobkeeper wage subsidy ended.
Devastated mum who had such a strong feeling that 'something was wrong' during her pregnancy that she didn't hold a baby shower shares her pain after her son Noah died at just 12 days old
A heartbroken mum has revealed how she had a niggling feeling her second son wouldn't stay alive for long despite enjoying a completely normal pregnancy.The feeling that something was wrong was so strong Australian mum and nurse Amy Trojer, 31, from Perth, didn't even throw a baby shower to celebrate Noah's imminent arrival.
Herbal remedies such as green tea and African mango beloved by celebrities do not help dieters lose weight, research claims
Trendy herbal supplements such as green tea and African mango don’t help dieters to lose weight, new research claims.Stars including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Aniston and Lady Gaga may swear by them, but scientists who reviewed trials that compared them with placebos found little evidence that products containing a whole plant or combinations of whole plants helped slimmers to shift the pounds.
“We are called, all of us, for a time and for a season and God would have us use it wisely.” Scott Morrison, Australia’s prime minister and a Pentecostal Christian, flew in on a taxpayer-funded plane to deliver those words to a church on the Gold Coast.