Bunny Ranch welcomes freed O.J.

Bunny Ranch welcomes freed O.J.

THE Juice is loose and so are his hormones. Among the first items on O.J. Simpson’s to-do list upon re-entry to the free world last week was to find some “companionship” after nine years in prison, an insider said. “He sent word … to the Bunny Ranch,” the insider said of Nevada’s famed legal house of prostitution. “As far as I know, things are going down,” the ranch’s flamboyant owner, Dennis Hof said. He had earlier told Radar Online that Simpson buddy Tom Scotto had called looking for “a Nicole…

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Holden and Australia's history of car manufacturing

Holden and Australia's history of car manufacturing

Posted October 08, 2017 09:01:59 Photo: A section of GMH assembly line in 1968. (Supplied: oldholden.com) Related Story: Toyota and Holden factories to close, end of the line for autoworkers Related Story: Holden workers upbeat about future as factory shutdown nears The sounding of the end of shift siren at the Holden plant at Elizabeth on Friday, October 20, 2017 means the closure of the factory, and the end, for the foreseeable future, of car manufacturing in this country. It’s a turning point in our history and an emotional moment,…

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Hinds: Australia can't afford to get cocky leading into the Ashes

Hinds: Australia can't afford to get cocky leading into the Ashes

Posted October 09, 2017 08:12:59 Photo: Ben Stokes may still make an appearance at the Ashes. (Reuters: Jason Cairnduff) It is almost two weeks since England all-rounder Ben Stokes turned a night out after a one-day international into a scene from a Quentin Tarantino movie. Way back then it seemed Stokes was more likely to be making licence plates than centuries this summer. With England losing its most dangerous weapon, there would only be one point of contention as Australia romped to a comprehensive triumph — the perennial argument about…

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‘We just wish that this hadn’t happened’

‘We just wish that this hadn’t happened’

HORROR CRASH: Dad’s last goodbye after double fatality TEENS KILLED: Two die in Secret Harbour crash  THE shattered family of a teenager killed in a horror high-speed crash south of Perth say it was out of character for him to be travelling in a fast car. Callum Mummery, 16, was a passenger in a friend’s high-powered Toyota Supra when it slammed into a tree on a bend along Secret Harbour Boulevard about 7.30pm on Friday. media_cameraCallum Mummery, one of the teenagers killed in the Secret Harbour crash. Picture: Suppliedmedia_cameraMason Hooton,…

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Ticket scalping bots to be banned in NSW

Ticket scalping bots to be banned in NSW

By Lily Mayers Updated October 08, 2017 12:15:38 Software that automatically bulk buys online tickets as soon as they go on sale will be illegal when legislation from the New South Wales Government is introduced. A reform to the state’s Fair Trading Act will outlaw the software that circumvents ticketing website protections, the Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, Matt Kean said. “What we’re seeing is ticket bot technology being used to sweep up tickets and deprive genuine fans of getting access to the concerts and sporting events that they…

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