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Man sentenced in Batemans Bay court for dealing with proceeds of online puppy scam

Man sentenced in Batemans Bay court for dealing with proceeds of online puppy scam

A New South Wales South Coast man has been fined $6,000 and sentenced to a two-year community correction order for dealing with nearly $50,000 in swindled funds related to an online puppy scam. Key points: Steven Rootsey has been fined $6,000 for dealing with proceeds of the online scam Thousands of dollars from the puppy …

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NSW 24-year-old has m property portfolio from selling NFTs, drop shipping

NSW 24-year-old has $7m property portfolio from selling NFTs, drop shipping

The 24-year-old dropped out of university but is now earning millions a year with no regrets — including making $250,000 without having to lift a finger. A university dropout is raking in $258,000 in passive income every year after developing a property portfolio worth almost $7 million. Stallon Zayya, 24, from Sydney, makes a significant …

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Companies to bail workers out of jail following Roe V Wade

Companies to bail workers out of jail following Roe V Wade

Brands have responded in defiance to the overturning or Roe vs Wade by announcing the incredible way they will support workers who want abortions. Outdoor apparel brand Patagonia and Live Nation Entertainment have pledged to provide bail for employees arrested while protesting the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the landmark ruling Roe v Wade. …

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Cost of living: Why it’s not ‘selfish’ to bulk-buy discount groceries

Cost of living: Why it’s not ‘selfish’ to bulk-buy discount groceries

Shoppers who bulk-buy cheap goods to keep their grocery bill low have been labeled “greedy” – but there’s one thing critics are ignoring. Much has been made on social media in recent weeks of shoppers who – in a bid to keep their grocery bill low amid the rising cost of living – have taken …

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Stevie Bamford: Sydney bikini model sentenced for defrauding Hilton hotel

Stevie Bamford: Sydney bikini model sentenced for defrauding Hilton hotel

A bikini model has learned her fate for defrauding a luxury hotel after previously making headlines for lying about being sexually assaulted. Nine years after falsely accusing a tuktuk driver of raping her in Thailand, a Sydney bikini model has been sentenced for defrauding a luxury hotel. Stevie Bamford, the daughter of former rugby league …

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KFC explains ‘discoloured’ chicken isn’t harmful amid ‘mould’ accusations

KFC explains ‘discoloured’ chicken isn’t harmful amid ‘mould’ accusations

KFC has addressed concerns after a NSW customer shared a photo of their discolored chicken on social media, claiming it was “mould”. KFC Australia has responded after a patron found a piece of discolored chicken and claimed it looked like “mould” – with the fast-food giant stating it was “not harmful”. A customer became concerned …

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