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Unions are targeting Streets.
Heatwaves have been responsible for more human deaths than any other natural hazard, including bushfires, storms and floods.
In the hotter weather less is always more.
We couldn't be more delighted that Spring is here, but it turns out the season is not so breezy for everyone -- especially women who are more well-endowed. Whether it be bikini tops that aren't in the...
Plus the one item guys will be wearing.
Everyone knows that one of the greatest challenges of the summer season (aside from not screaming every time you see a wasp), is eating your ice cream before it melts. Although sunshine and a 99 flake...
Here's your excuse to forgo the sweltering weather and work out inside today. Not only is exercising in a hot climate unpleasant, preliminary research from the University of Nebraska at Omaha suggests...
Fashion retailer Missguided has collaborated with Barbie on fashion collection, and it's cool AF. Featuring 43 pieces in the range - from tops and outerwear to accessories - the line is brimming with...
Forget flamingo floats because you can now laze around the pool on a giant sanitary towel this summer. The hilariously bad float design was spotted in an American superstore by author Jillian David, w...
It actually ends on March 21.
Is there anything they can't do?
Oh, and save a prawn for us. Cheers.
I've decided to run with it, and man it feels good to be free.
It was almost certainly a plover. Or a lapwing. Or both. Trust us, this makes sense.
The 'little black dress of swimwear' is back. Finally.
Relax your mind (or let it wander).
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Are your behaviours posing a risk?
Enjoy the cool, 'cos it's going to get bloody hot next week.
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ALL THE SUNSHINE FRUITY FEELS.
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Your next few weekends sorted.
Everything's going to be OK, we promise.
Why are we still being told we need to get 'swimsuit ready'?
This quest for hotness is disguised as a quest for better health. It is anything but.
High levels of UV radiation in Australia means we have some of the most rigorous standards in the world.
Only 15 percent of us use the recommended amount of sunscreen.
Plus the best mango buying and storing tricks.