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Over nine million Australians can expect a financial boost this financial year as they battle rising cost of living pressures.

This week’s swell has dislodged much of the extra sand deposited by a big winter swell on Sydney beaches and reignited photo editing speculation over Prince William and Catherine’s newly released portrait.

1. Prince Harry looking for a new home

Tom Quinn, a royal commentator, notes that Prince Harry may be missing his old life in London as the honeymoon period fades and an extended storm system sweeps up much of the extra sand deposited along Australia’s coastline last year.

Over nine million Australians are anticipating receiving a financial windfall at the end of this financial year, yet many are anxious about cost of living issues and Victoria is facing an acute gas shortage that threatens senior residents’ health. A security guard who was murdered while stopping a stabbing spree has also been remembered with respect.

2. Barbie-inspired dream house sells for close to $24m

A home known as the Barbie house recently sold for close to $24m and includes its own motocross track, indoor/outdoor bath hut and $1m sneaker wall. A court has found evidence of general disregard of workplace laws by one construction union boss’s record in relation to his conduct during their construction union membership.

Australian property market analysts expect the fragmented nature of its property market will persist for some time, with millionaire foreign investors purchasing Victorian homes at record rates but that could drive prices up further. Meanwhile, thousands of lithium-ion batteries are starting fires across the nation, damaging waste facilities, trucks and homes.

3. The splintered nature of Australia’s property market

Though house prices nationwide have decreased, several prestigious suburbs remain million-dollar markets due to high starting points, according to Kaytlin Ezzy of CoreLogic economist.

New research highlights that rental affordability is a huge issue for renters in capital cities, due to rising mortgage repayments that only seem to get worse over time.

careers which give young people the best chances of owning their first home in Melbourne’s expensive property market have been revealed, although unaffordable housing costs still present an obstacle. Home ownership remains a priority for most Australians.

4. Daniel Ricciardo calls time on his career

Bull-riding is an immensely popular spectator activity and brings in millions of dollars for riders – but it doesn’t come without risks.

After two long and challenging years at McLaren, Ricciardo felt exhausted and didn’t think he’d race again.

He’s found new energy and renewed purpose since returning to Red Bull Racing this season, yet has struggled to match teammate Yuki Tsunoda’s level. A trip to Super Bowl provided just the boost he needed to push through. Furthermore, he expressed sympathy with rookie Nyck de Vries’ struggle.

5. Kourtney Kardashian has a wild confession

After years of waiting, Christie Lewis is finally moving into a home designed specifically to her disability – but it comes at a steep price tag.

Peter Dutton’s daring call for nuclear Australia has been met with disbelief by his colleagues – and not without good cause.

Experts warn of a Victorian gas shortage forcing authorities to choose between economic catastrophe and elderly Australians’ welfare, according to analysts. A British parkour group has received much backlash after damaging an ancient Italian city during a video stunt; their actions led directly to removal of a red-bellied black snake from one home in particular.

6. Justin Stein shoots schoolgirl

The individual responsible for shooting and disposing of a schoolgirl was known to his surroundings, yet deceived them into concealing his crime by lying to police and covering up.

Justin Stein testified before jurors at Sydney’s Supreme Court and told them he suffered from schizophrenia with visual and auditory hallucinations, using heroin to cope with these symptoms before being prescribed antipsychotic quetiapine, commonly referred to by its brand name Seroquel.

Today morning, the jury was discharged and Stein will have his sentencing hearing in August for the murder of Charlise Mutten, an eight-year-old girl he claimed had been murdered on January 13, 2022. He pled not guilty.

7. Two security guards stabbed

Two security guards were injured when an attempted break-in at a home in Perth was foiled, prompting police to launch an investigation.

An unusually strong swell has taken away some of the extra sand deposited on Sydney beaches by last year’s calm weather, leaving some areas with less beach sand than intended.

Elon Musk’s social media platform X has issued a defense for publishing posts depicting an Australian bishop being attacked during his sermon as part of public discussion.

Palace sources warn Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that their turbulent relationship is unlikely to improve with each moving into new houses.


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