Nostradamus predicts the rise of Donald Trump

Disappointed Harry Potter fans in Open Day mix-up

Google originally named Go-Ogle claims insider

Same-Sex Marriage Protest Couple change their minds about Divorce

Windows XPocalypse two thousand times worse than Millennium Bug

A computer security expert has warned of an upcoming “computer apocalypse” due to the end of Microsoft support for Microsoft Windows XP. The newly dubbed XPocalypse is likened to the Y2K bug, but could be more than two thousand times worse. “The difference between XPocalypse and Y2K is that billions of dollars were spent fixing…

Brazilian Embassy plans major landscaping overhaul

The Brazilian Embassy in Australia is set to have a major landscaping overhaul in a bid to modernise its appearance. “For many years, the gardens around the embassy have been very sparse,” says head gardener Arbusto Raspada. “Culturally, we have traditionally gone for the pruned and tidy look, but I think it is time to…

Australians Angry over International Day of Happiness

The International Day of Happiness, celebrated each year on 20 March has angered some in the Australian community. In 2012, the UN General Assembly passed a resolution to celebrate happiness and encourage people around the world to focus on and share things that make them happy. However, some Australians have taken to Social Media to…

Big Banana ripe for World Heritage Listing

An anonymous philanthropist is hoping to gain a World Heritage Listing for Australia’s famous Big Banana. The Coffs Harbour recluse has apparently approached UNESCO about the famous roadside super fruit becoming a preserved heritage site. “I can easily see why someone would want to maintain this amazing tourist attraction forever,” says Bob Cavendish from the…

Hanoi Erects Monument to Flappy Bird

A wealthy Vietnamese businessman has erected a monument as a tribute to the success of the Flappy Bird mobile phone game. The monument, which is situated in Lenin Park south of Hoan Kiem Lake, depicts three pillars similar to those in the game. “We wanted to pay tribute to one of Vietnam’s great entrepreneurial endeavours,”…

Pencil prices remain high, despite Carbon Tax repeal

The cost of pencils has not fallen as expected since the government repealed the controversial Carbon Tax. Primary school teachers in particular are questioning whether the government’s decision has had any impact at all. “Market reaction to the end of Carbon Tax has not seen any price reduction in pencils,” says Ernest Post from the…