Daiso Japan has exploded in Australia but are its $2.80 items really a bargain?

Daiso Japan has exploded in Australia but are its $2.80 items really a bargain?

Walking through a Daiso store – awash with bright colours and pulsating with Asian pop – it’s easy to start believing everything’s a downright bargain. Previous slideNext slide Everything’s $2.80 at Daiso Sydney school embraces coding curriculum Stan Grant ‘struggles to contain rage’ Boy trapped under car Online rape threat troll avoids jail Lindt cafe siege: what police said Prairiewood shooting a ‘targeted attack’ Everything’s $2.80 at Daiso Retail newcomer Daiso promises the same price across almost their entire range – but which are the real bargains? The vast majority…

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What happened to Steve Guttenberg?

What happened to Steve Guttenberg?

HE was one of the biggest stars of the 80s with hit films like Three Men and a Baby and the Police Academy movies. Steve Guttenberg also starred in Cocoon, Short Circuit and the Olsen twins movie, It Takes Two. Now, he is back. The New York Post reports that Guttenberg knows his new movie about giant, lava-spewing spiders, entitled 2Lava 2Lantula, a sequel to Lavalantula, is basically this year’s Sharknado. media_cameraMichael Winslow, Steve Guttenberg and Marion Ramsey in Lavalantula. Picture: SuppliedBut that doesn’t mean the actor takes his job…

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Dota 2 fans now able to watch games via VR

Dota 2 fans now able to watch games via VR

Image copyrightReuters Image caption The VR lobby lets players watch with friends or view a game at ground levelFans of the Dota 2 video game can now watch the arena battle’s biggest tournament via virtual reality. An update for the HTC Vive headset released this week lets owners view via a “spectator hub”. This let players watch via a giant virtual screen or by moving around the in-game arena as players battle. The hub has been released just before the start of The International e-sports tournament in which Dota players…

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US museum seeks historian for paid beer drinking

US museum seeks historian for paid beer drinking

Posted July 31, 2016 07:19:38 If you love food, history and most importantly, beer, the National Museum of American History may have your dream job — travelling the country drinking brews, all expenses paid. The job, which pays $US64,650 ($85,000) a year, is no joke. The Washington, DC-based museum — part of the prestigious Smithsonian Institution — wants to hire a beer specialist for a three year appointment to taste beer in breweries across the country. “Brewing and beer have been an important part of the American experience since before…

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