The Stringer Daily has rummaged through millions of tweets and emerges to present to you the top 10 most important tweets of the last decade.Read More
Local woman Rebecca Johnson gave birth to a beautiful and healthy minimum of 200 Facebook likes yesterday morning.
We gave Graham the chance to travel to any time period in history. He could have visited the Ancient Egyptians, taken down Hitler or even had a look at some dinosaurs. Instead, the selfish a-hole returned to August of 2012 to give himself a back rub.
A series of exciting new features were announced this morning at the release of the iPhone 6 and yet none of them will bring her back into your arms once more.
The chair up against the wall of this art gallery could be part of the art, but it also could be the abandoned post of one of the employees.
In a truly tragic mix-up, Riverwood Primary School student Ben Claude presented to his class yesterday what can only be described as the saddest show and tell in living memory.
Reports revealed yesterday that 28-year-old Brian Stegar still pretends to be excited when his long-term girlfriend takes him to an art gallery.
New data this week has revealed that Asian students are undermining Australia’s education system by preparing for exams and applying effort to their school work.
Popular school icon Happy Healthy Harold died late last night after taking a lethal cocktail of drugs including benzodiazepine, GHB and heroin.
The face of AAMI has had her own travel insurance claim knocked back after contracting HIV on a recent trip to Bali.
Career Mode in next year’s FIFA video game will let users follow the career trajectory of one of the thousands of exploited migrant workers building stadiums in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup.
A decade ago today I embarked on the trip of a lifetime when I abandoned my career as a marketing executive and dared to do something incredible. No one cared at the time, and you can be sure as shit no one cares now.
Casual distance runner Craig Mayfield bit his tongue again today despite being eager to mention his impressive time for this year’s Boston Marathon.
They say wherever you go in a big city, you’ll never be too far from a rat. What they don’t tell you is he’s called Carl and he just wants to get to know you better.
Years of extensive research finally paid off yesterday afternoon when scientists confirmed the existence of a gay Gene.
My name is Hamish Hardgrove. Having spent the last hour or so reading Wikipedia’s breakdown of quantum mechanics, I’m as ready as I’ll ever be to hit this house party head on.