Breastfeeding mum emoji could be on the way

Breastfeeding mum emoji could be on the way

Posted October 21, 2016 00:41:36 Photo: A breastfeeding mother emoji will be considered by the Unicode Consortium in November. (Supplied: Unicode) Related Story: Google proposes 13 new emojis to better represent women Related Story: Single-parent emojis hailed as win for non-nuclear families There may soon be an emoji to represent breastfeeding mothers, with the character one of several to be considered by the Unicode Consortium’s technical committee in its next meeting. The committee will also ponder the addition of an almond, a coconut, a climber, a mermaid, a person meditating,…

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The letter Trump needs to read

The letter Trump needs to read

DONALD Trump dug his campaign into a deep hole during the final presidential debate. It doesn’t matter which TV channel you watch or which news website you read. They’re all talking about the same thing: Trump’s refusal to promise he would accept the outcome of the election. The critical moment came when the moderator, Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, interrogated Trump about his claims the election is “rigged” against him. “You have been warning at rallies recently that this election is rigged and that Hillary Clinton is in the process…

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Angelina Jolie and kids questioned over Brad Pitt airplane incident (Bang Showbiz)

Angelina Jolie and kids questioned over Brad Pitt airplane incident (Bang Showbiz)

Bang Showbizon October 20, 2016, 7:00 pm Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Angelina Jolie and her children have been questioned by the FBI over Brad Pitt’s alleged altercation with 15-year-old son Maddox. The 41-year-old actress – who filed for divorce from her 52-year-old husband last month – was interviewed by two FBI agents in order to receive further information about the alleged altercation that took place on a private jet. The couple’s six children – Maddox, Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and eight-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne – were…

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Aussie dollar tumbles on weak jobs; US shares slip on oil

Aussie dollar tumbles on weak jobs; US shares slip on oil

Posted October 21, 2016 09:15:03 Photo: The Australian dollar took a pounding, dropping more than a cent after weak jobs data. (Giulio Saggin: ABC News) A retreat in oil prices, some mixed economic data and a series of disappointing corporate results led to a lacklustre finish on Wall Street. Markets at 7:30am (AEDT): ASX SPI 200 futures -1pt at 5,424 AUD: 76.26 US cents, 62.22 British pence, 79.29 Japanese yen, 69.8 euro cents, $NZ1.059 US: S&P 500 -0.14pc to 2,141, Dow Jones -0.22pc to 18,162, Nasdaq -0.09pc to 5,241 Europe:…

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