Boy George crashes Cyndi Lauper’s set

Boy George crashes Cyndi Lauper’s set

THREE pop superstars proved better than two when Boy George crashed the Cyndi Lauper and Blondie party at their double-header gig in Sydney last night. The Culture Club frontman is a great mate of Lauper and clearly in his element sharing a stage with a pop legend after enduring the efforts of the wannabe pop stars he is coaching for the next season of The Voice. Before taking the stage, Boy George warmed up dancing side of stage to the end of Blondie’s set. media_cameraCyndi Lauper and Boy George are…

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US: 'Clock has now run out' on N. Korea nuke program

US: 'Clock has now run out' on N. Korea nuke program

“The clock has now run out, and all options are on the table,” the official said, pointing to the failure of successive administration’s efforts to negotiate an end to North Korea’s nuclear program. The comments came as two senior White House officials briefed reporters ahead of President Donald Trump’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping later this week in Florida. The briefing took place on the condition of anonymity. US officials have grown increasingly wary of the pace of North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs as the rogue regime…

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Carjackers bash man, steal BMW

Carjackers bash man, steal BMW

A MAN was punched in the face and had his BMW stolen as he went to unload a trailer outside a house in Highgate on Monday night. Nate Pascoe was unloading a washing machine outside an apartment complex on Windsor Street around 10.40pm when he was approached by three people. Police say one of the men punched Mr Pascoe several times and despite having trouble starting the vehicle, the men left the scene in the stolen car. “It was a scary realisation when you think ‘where are you going to…

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WA surfers enlisted to help save lives

WA surfers enlisted to help save lives

Posted April 05, 2017 07:41:25 Photo: Surf Life Saving WA’s Chris Peck says life savers can’t be there all the time. (ABC News: Nicolas Perpitch) Surfers are being trained in first aid and board rescue skills to help in emergencies at West Australian beaches and remote locations when life guards are not on hand. Surfing WA and Surf Life Saving WA have joined forces in a free program that takes advantage of the fact surfers are in the ocean all year from dawn to dusk, and in places that are…

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