Hamish and Andy reveal first look at new TV series True Story

After four seasons of globe-trekking gap years, comedy duo Hamish and Andy have revealed a first-look at their upcoming new TV show, True Story. The promo for the series, to be aired on Nine, was shared on the pair’s Facebook page ahead of Sunday evening’s Logies.    Play Video Don’t Play Trailer: The Voice Australia 2017 Play Video Don’t Play Previous slide Next slide Trailer: True Story with Hamish and Andy Trailer: True Story with Hamish and Andy The comedy duo select their favourite audience-submitted stories and re-enact them with well known Australian actors and comedians. Trailer: The Voice Australia

Hands on Telstra EasyCall 4 mobile phone

It’s a million miles from Samsung’s Galaxy S8 or Apple’s iPhone 7, but Telstra’s EasyCall 4 might be the dumb phone that you’ve been looking for. These days there’s not a lot of demand for dumb phones. Today’s teens want the bells and whistles of the latest smartphones, while many Baby Boomers have embraced technology and want do more than simply make calls and send texts. Yet there are still pre-teens who don’t need (or can’t yet be trusted with) advanced smartphone features, along with those seniors who simply aren’t interested in more than making the occasional call. Telstra’s EasyCall 4

Hands on Telstra EasyCall 4 mobile phone

It’s a million miles from Samsung’s Galaxy S8 or Apple’s iPhone 7, but Telstra’s EasyCall 4 might be the dumb phone that you’ve been looking for. These days there’s not a lot of demand for dumb phones. Today’s teens want the bells and whistles of the latest smartphones, while many Baby Boomers have embraced technology and want do more than simply make calls and send texts. Yet there are still pre-teens who don’t need (or can’t yet be trusted with) advanced smartphone features, along with those seniors who simply aren’t interested in more than making the occasional call. Telstra’s EasyCall 4

President Donald Trump hits out at lastest approval rating

Donald Trump approval ratings are at a historical low, as he nears his 100th day as president, according to two polls. Photo/AP Donald Trump has described as “very good”, new polls that show his approval ratings are at a historical low, as he nears his 100th day as president. Trump’s approval fell to 40 per cent in an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released on Sunday – as his disapproval rating rose to 54 per cent, according to news.com.au. Back in February, the same poll had Trump’s approval rating at 44 per cent. New polls out today are very good

A 12-Year-Old Boy Drove About 1300 Kilometes Before He Was Pulled Over

A 12-year-old Australian boy has been arrested in an isolated mining town after driving more than 1000 kilometres (800 miles) from his home on the NSW mid-north coast. View this image › Satilda / Getty Images ID: 10941359 The boy had made it a quarter of the way through his planned 4000km journey to the other side of Australia when he was pulled over on the Barrier Highway after police noticed his car’s bumper was dragging along the road. “Checks revealed the driver to be a 12-year-old boy travelling from Kendall, NSW, on his way to Perth,” police said. “Officers

Inflation likely to hit RBA target band

Rising costs for petrol, fruits and vegetables and tobacco are expected to have lifted consumer prices in the March quarter, with headline inflation heading into the Reserve Bank’s target band. The Consumer Price Index for the March quarter will be released on Wednesday and is expected to have risen 0.6 per cent for an annual rate of 2.3 per cent, according to economists. Headline inflation is heading into the Reserve Bank’s target band. Photo: Jim Rice Underlying inflation, which strips out the effects of volatile price movements, is forecast to have been 0.5 per cent in the quarter and 1.8 per cent

Baby boy dies after 'incident' at Wagga home, man in police custody

A baby boy is dead and a man is in police custody after an incident in Wagga’s suburbs on Monday morning. The two-month-old was rushed to Wagga Rural Referral Hospital after emergency services were called to a Kooringal home just before 5am. The Wagga home where a two-month-old baby boy died. Photo: The Daily Advertiser The infant succumbed to injuries and died soon after. A crime scene has been established at a property on Henwood Avenue. A 32-year-old man has been taken into custody. Neighbour Simone Gowland was woken by screaming and police sirens on Monday morning.  Photo: The Daily Advertiser

Crashed car blaze suspicious: police

Police are investigating a suspicious car fire in Lawrence. A car crashed into a fence in Gabriels Gully Rd in the town just before midnight yesterday, a police spokeswoman said. Three people in the car had left the scene before police arrived. About an hour later, police received a call saying the car was on fire, she said. Police had spoken to “people of interest” and inquiries were ongoing. The car was not stolen, she said. A Fire Service spokesman said the fire was being treated as suspicious. Source link

AP Exclusive: The sad saga of North Korea's ATMs

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) ” No modern airport terminal is complete without an ATM, and Pyongyang’s now has two. But they don’t work ” because of new Chinese sanctions, according to bank officials ” and it’s not clear when they will. ATMs are an alien enough concept in North Korea that those in the capital’s shiny new Sunan International Airport have a video screen near the top showing how they work and how to set up an account to use them. The explanatory video is in Korean, but the machines, which are meant primarily for Chinese businesspeople and tourists, don’t