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    AN EAGLE-EYED woman discovered her boyfriend of four years was cheating after spotting a tiny detail in a selfie he sent her.  Sydney Kinsch uploaded a TikTok video of how she made the bombshell realisation that her partner had allegedly been cheating on her - and it has racked up 1.3million likes.  3TikTok user Sydney Kinsch shared how she discovered her boyfriend was cheating on her from this selfie he sent herCredit: @sydneykinsch/TikTok The picture her boyfriend sent her shows him sitting in his car wearing sunglasses.  At first glance, it seems harmless enough, but if you look closely, Sydney points out that in the reflection there is a woman’s legs poking out the window on the passenger side of the car.  In the caption, she wrote: "Check the reflection in your boyfriend's sunnies ladies." In the comments section of her TikTok video, she explained that her boyfriend had been...
    MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — A match in Australia’s National Rugby League between the Melbourne Storm and New Zealand Warriors due to be played on Friday has been moved from Melbourne to Sydney because of a spike in coronavirus cases in the state of Victoria. A total of 16 COVID-19 cases were recorded in the state on Monday — the sixth straight day of double digit increases that extends the largest wave of infections in two months. Storm officials held emergency discussions with the NRL on Monday before agreeing to move the match in the interests of the health of players, staff and the wider community. Melbourne prop Christian Welch said he and his teammates anticipated and prepared for the move out of Victoria. “We’ve braced for the potential that we might need to relocate and potentially play some of our home games in Queensland or NSW,” Welch said. The New...
    SYDNEY (AP) - An Australian state government leader said on Monday she was considering tougher laws to protect monuments after two statues of British explorer James Cook were vandalized in Sydney. Two women were charged with defacing a statue with spray paint in downtown Hyde Park over Saturday night. Another statue was discovered spray painted in the eastern suburb of Randwick on Sunday morning in an unrelated attack, police said. Cities around the world are taking steps to remove statues that represent cultural or racial oppression. TOP STORIES Evangelical pastors pander to radical Black Lives Matter Minneapolis police officers quit amid George Floyd protests NASCAR rejects advertising from gun companies, causing fans to question its 2nd Amendment stance New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she would consider toughening laws to deter future vandalism. “I wish it didn’t come to this and I want to stress that it’s only...
    SYDNEY (AP) — An Australian court sided with police in ruling Friday that a Black Lives Matter protest planned for Sydney poses too much risk for spreading the coronavirus and cannot be held. Thousands of people were expected to rally in Australia’s largest city on Saturday afternoon to honor George Floyd and to protest against the deaths of indigenous Australians in custody. But New South Wales state Supreme Court Justice Des Fagan ruled the rally was not an authorized public assembly. Fagan said he understood the rally was designed to coincide with similar events in other countries. “I don’t diminish the importance of the issues and no one would deny them in normal circumstances,” he said. “No one denies them that but we’re talking about a situation of a health crisis.” In Sydney, outdoor gatherings are restricted to 10 people, while up to 50 people can go to funerals, places...
    SYDNEY – Learning Australian bush survival skills is becoming popular as city folk turn to nature with the easing of the coronavirus lockdown, organizers of a course outside Sydney said. The Bushcraft course teaches basic survival skills like foraging for food and water, and also offers insight into traditional indigenous cultures. The course filled up soon after the lockdown began to be eased late last month, and there is a lot of demand, the organizers said. “A lot of people come to learn self discipline. How to organise themselves and organise themselves in a natural environment,” said instructor Gordon Dedman at Bushcraft Survival Australia, who is a former army commando. “The more knowledge you have… it actually gives you a sense of confidence and then you can make better informed decisions.” Course participants learn how to erect a shelter, build a fire, solar and celestial navigation, forage for edible plants,...
    Hundreds of Australians marched in solidarity through downtown Sydney on Tuesday protesting the death of George Floyd and demanding the country look at police brutality within its borders. More than 1,000 marched from Hyde Park to New South Wales state parliament carrying banners that said: “Black Lives Matter,” “Aboriginal Lives Matter,” “White Silence is Violence” and “We See you, We Hear You, We Stand With You.” A woman holds a sign as protestors gather in Sydney, June 2 to support the cause of U.S. protests over the death of George Floyd and urged their own governments to address racism and police violence. Floyd died last week after he was pinned to the pavement by a white police officer who put his knee on the handcuffed black man’s neck until he stopped breathing. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft) Protesters also chanted “Justice today for David Dungay,” a 26-year-old Aboriginal man who said,...
    SYDNEY (AP) - Chanting “Black lives matter,” “I can’t breathe” and “George Floyd,” thousands of protesters held an impassioned but peaceful march through central Sydney on Tuesday demanding fundamental change in race relations. Many said they were inspired by the ongoing protests in the U.S. following the death of Floyd, a black man who was pinned to the pavement by a white police officer, but had turned out also to call for change in Australia’s treatment of its indigenous population, particularly by police. Around 3,000 people, mainly Australians but also some from the U.S. and elsewhere, marched for around half a mile under police escort. TOP STORIES Michigan Democratic Party chair: If you support Donald Trump, you are a racist Gun sales surge 80% in May, says research firm Security, not anarchy: Trump mobilizes military to end looting, destruction “I’m here for my people, and for our fallen brothers...
    Sydney (CNN)A zookeeper in Australia is in critical condition after being mauled by two lions while cleaning their enclosure on Friday, authorities said. The 35-year-old woman was bitten in the head and neck in what one paramedic called an "extremely vicious" attack at Shoalhaven Zoo, about 100 miles (162 kilometers) south of Sydney in New South Wales state, CNN affiliate 9 News Australia reported. Paramedics were called to the facility at about 10:30 a.m. local time, police said in a statement. They arrived to find the woman unconscious in the lion enclosure and needed to enter it to retrieve her safely, according to 9 News Australia.She was then airlifted to a Sydney hospital in "a critical but stable condition," police said.Faye Stockmen, a duty operations manager at NSW Ambulance, told 9 News Australia it was "one of the most frightening experiences" of her career.Read More"We literally had to walk into...
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