Hemsworth rewards fans at Thor premiere

Hemsworth rewards fans at Thor premiere

HE might be Hollywood royalty but he’s just a beach bum at heart. Superstar actor Chris Hemsworth flew into the Gold Coast on Friday for the premiere of his new movie Thor: Ragnarok. But before he hit the red carpet he hit the sand, going for a swim at Broadbeach. media_cameraThor star Chris Hemsworth meets fans on the red carpet at Event Cinemas at Robina. Picture: Jerad Williamsmedia_cameraFans pose with Chris Hemsworth on the red carpet. Picture: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty ImagesOn Friday night he made a big splash with hordes…

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Police investigate infant’s injuries

Police investigate infant’s injuries

POLICE are investigating after a six-week-old boy was taken to hospital with life-threatening head injuries. The infant is in Princess Margaret Hospital in a critical condition after being flown from Narrogin by the Royal Flying Doctor Service on Monday. The child abuse squad is investigating how the boy was injured. The Department of Child Protection confirmed it was investigating the incident. Source link

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Bodies burnt beyond recognition in California

Bodies burnt beyond recognition in California

Meanwhile, officials are making grim discoveries — bodies burnt beyond recognition — as they search blackened ruins. “Some of them are merely ashes and bones,” Sonoma County Sheriff Rob Giordano said at a Thursday news conference. “And we may never get truly confirmative identification on ashes. When you’re cremated, you can’t get an ID.” Thirty-two people have been killed since the wildfires began Sunday night, making this outbreak one of the deadliest in state history, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire). “It’s like pulling…

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Challenging the NT's Crocodile Dundee stereotype one story at a time

Challenging the NT's Crocodile Dundee stereotype one story at a time

Posted October 14, 2017 08:02:19 Video: Johanna Bell is passionate about helping people tell stories. (ABC News) Everyone has a story to tell — but in a tweeting era where 140 characters is the limit — is spinning a good yarn becoming a dying art? Darwin creative producer Johanna Bell is on a mission to ensure that it isn’t. She is leading the way by unearthing and promoting local storytelling in the Northern Territory. Women’s Work We all know her — the busy woman who finds time for more. We’re…

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Double Dutch: Netherlands teams likely to win both classes in solar car race

Double Dutch: Netherlands teams likely to win both classes in solar car race

Posted October 13, 2017 20:56:52 Photo: Dutch Cruiser class entrant ‘Stella Vie’ is expected to win its division, even though it did not finish first. (Supplied: Bart van Overbeeke) The Dutch look set to take out both classes in this year’s World Solar Challenge after their Cruiser class car crossed the finish line today. Yesterday, The Netherlands’ Challenger team Nuon reached Adelaide hours ahead of the closest rivals, claiming a ninth-straight win in the category. The defending team in the Cruiser class Team Eindhoven, also from The Netherlands, crossed the…

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