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MasterChef’s Minoli De Silva ‘startled’ by Chrissie Swan’s The Project gaffe

A MasterChef contestant has broken her silence about a deeply awkward encounter with Chrissie Swan on The Project last month. MasterChef Australia contestant Minoli De Silva has spoken about the incredibly awkward response she received on The Project when she revealed her breast cancer had returned. In an interview last month, De Silva explained that …

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Estonia’s tough voice on Ukraine urges no compromise with Putin

She remembers the Soviet occupation and a visit to East Berlin in 1988, when she was 11, and her father told her to “breathe in the air of freedom” from West Berlin. And she remembers the stories of 1949, when her mother, Kristi, then a baby, was deported to Siberia in a cattle car with …

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Italian cuisine far more flavorful, healthy than American cuisine | Opinion

I recently visited Italy over spring break, and eating a lot of food in America usually makes me feel so disgusting and bloated. However, Italian food, no matter how much I ate, never made me feel out of sorts. Surprisingly enough, I did not gain any weight in Italy, despite consuming double the amount of …

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Inflation in other countries is much worse than in Australia

The cost of living in Australia is skyrocketing but PM Scott Morrison has defended his Government’s actions, pointing to some key figures. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has defended his Government’s economic management pointing out that inflation is much worse in other countries. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) released yesterday confirmed what many Aussies have been …

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Palm oil is in half your groceries. Here’s why prices might shoot up | Focus Economy

Indonesia will start restricting exports of palm oil this week, a move that could make the global food crisis worse and push up the prices of hundreds of consumer products. President Joko Widodo announced Friday that Indonesia would suspend exports of cooking oil, and the raw materials used to make it, “until further notice,” in …

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