Forza Horizon 3 review: On the Road Again

Much like it’s predecessors, Forza Horizon 3 is not a racing game. Sure, there are cars and you’ll benefit from placing first in the occasional competition but Playground Games latest is firmly in the simulatio...
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Eshu Cleansing Brick Review

I don’t know about you, but when I think of Australia I think about sexy accents, koalas and kangaroos, and toilets that flush in the opposite direction from toilets in the States. It never occurred to me to t...
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Jimmy Buffett is fine after stage fall

Singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett fell off a concert stage and hit his head during a show in Sydney Wednesday. According to TMZ, doctors at Sydney's St. Vincent's Hospital said that Buffett, 64, was in stabl...
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Tamil refugees detained on boat in Indonesia

The food is unhygienic, the water is dirty, and there’s one toilet for more than 250 people. One man has died because of the unsanitary conditions in which he, his family, and his friends were forced to live.
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WWII Australian hospital ship found

BRISBANE, Australia -- After more than 60 years, the wreck of the doomed hospital ship AHS Centaur has been located. The wreck, which was found by Bluewater Recoveries on December 20, lies due east of Moreto...
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MIA Aussie special forces dog found alive

BRISBANE, Australia -- An Australian Special Forces Explosives Detection Dog named Sabi has been found alive and well almost 14 months after being declared missing in action in Afghanistan. The black Labrad...
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Brit wins ‘best job in the world’

Sorry, the position for "the best job in the world" has been filled. Ben Southall, a freckled and golden-haired 34-year-old Brit beat out 34,000 applicants from 200 countries to land the coveted island job.
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Chillin with Cilmi

"It's a beautiful day today in California!" That's how our chat with Australian singer, Gabriella Cilmi (pronounced chill-me) begins. And it just kept getting sunnier. Blast got to spend a few moments with ...
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$650 to hear Bush talk down under

Do you want to hear former U.S. President George W. Bush speak? Probably not. But Australian celebrity agent Max Markson thinks the people of Australia might. That's why he's planning to bring the 43rd president down under, and charge $650 a head and $6,500 per table, to hear W. talk.