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Vegan ice cream a huge hit

There’s an Over The Moo ice-cream truck driving around Sydney, but the ice-cream is vegan! So does it taste any good? An ice cream truck is driving around Sydney selling vegan ice cream. YOU’D think that kids would be the people most excited to see an ice cream truck pull …

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Roxy wears $3k dress to Red Rooster

Roxy Jacenko tells The Morning Show she’s ‘not single’, saying she’s still committed to her jailed husband Oliver Curtis. Courtesy: The Morning Show/Channel Seven Nabil Gazal. PR GURU Roxy Jacenko was “sprung” ordering a Red Rooster cheat meal after a lavish shopping spree in Queensland’s Pacific Fair Shopping Centre. The …

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Domino’s pays $18,000 in fines

Following a social media campaign to combine garlic bread with bolagnaise sauce, pizza company Domino’s has whipped up this. Domino’s has paid fines of $18,000 by the consumer watchdog for alleged not complying with the Franchise Code. Picture: Bill Hearne DOMINO’S has paid fines of $18,000 by the consumer watchdog …

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Aussie ex-Thermomix seller sues

Thermomix says the TM5 is the future of cooking The ever-popular Thermomix. A FORMER Thermomix contractor in Perth is suing the company, claiming her business was taken away without compensation. Thermomix kitchen machines are sold during in-home demonstrations by consultants, who get a commission. Consultants are independent contractors who manage …

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The Airbnb listings making a motza

Airbnb and other short-term rental websites have made it easier to buy, manage and profit from short-term rentals of luxury real estate. Photo: Joe Buglewicz for The Wall Street Journal Aussies are making much more than pocket money from Airbnb — these are the listings raking in a motza. Picture: …

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Students fight to bring back hot chips

Students at De La Salle College are fighting to bring hot chips back to their canteen. WHEN the school banned their favourite treat, these chip-loving students refused to back down. The anonymous group from De La Salle College, at Revesby in Sydney’s south-west, arguing that hot chips are fundamental to …

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Toyota supplier fined $10m for rip-off

A JAPANESE company has been fined almost $10 million for colluding with a competitor when supplying car parts for Toyota in Australia. Yazaki Corporation must fork out $9.5 million after the Federal Court found the auto parts supplier and a competitor co-ordinated price quotes to supply wire harnesses for 2006 …

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Domino’s delivers first pizza by robot

Starship Technologies on behalf of Domino?s DRU began delivering pizza to customers in Hamburg, Germany. These autonomous deliveries and will become a regular occurrence in the Ottensen district in Hamburg for Domino?s customers. Domino’s has finally delivered its first pizza by robot. DOMINO’S has finally delivered its first pizza by …

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Aussie fashion queens making millions

Jane Lu, founder of online fashion store ShowPo. Picture: Richard Dobson EVERY day for six months, Jane Lu caught the bus into the city with her mum, dressed in corporate gear and carrying an empty laptop bag, pretending to go to work. Ms Lu, the founder of massively popular online …

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Gelato shop apologises for ‘racist’ post

N2 Extreme Gelato has upset followers with a “careless” Instagram post. A HIPSTER gelato brand has sacked its social media manager over a “careless and insensitive” Instagram post. Capitalising on the trend for all things charcoal, N2 Extreme Gelato has brought out a new flavour of its fancy, frozen-on-the-spot dessert. …

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