A dilapidated home in the western Sydney suburb of Mount Druitt has sold for a record $2million

Struggle Street turned millionaire row: How a dilapidated fibro home sold for $2million in Sydney’s Mount Druitt A 1150sqm block on Derwent street in Mount Druitt has sold for $1.92million The sale price was $520,000 over owner’s reserve at online auction on July 24 Real estate agents attributed the inflated sale price to gentrification projects … Read more

House Rules star David Clarson reveals how he survived two days lost in remote Western Australia

‘Every step I took I was in excruciating pain’: House Rules star David Clarson reveals how he wrote a goodbye letter to his family during his two days lost in remote Western Australia By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia Published: 13:45 BST, 16 July 2021 | Updated: 13:45 BST, 16 July 2021 House Rules star … Read more

Former House Rules star David Clarson has been found alive after two-day search in Western Australia

Former House Rules star David Clarson has been found alive after two-day search in Western Australia By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia Published: 13:33 BST, 15 July 2021 | Updated: 13:33 BST, 15 July 2021 House Rules star David Clarson has been found after a massive two day search in Western Australia. David, who … Read more

A lucky couple in Western Sydney have won $50,000 after a spat on Keno numbers at local pub

Couple win $50,000 after making one simple change to the numbers they’ve been playing in Keno for YEARS A couple scored a $50,000 Keno win after playing the same numbers for years  They bought the golden ticket at the local pub after dropping in for a bite to eat The winning team scored the cash … Read more

Victorian Great Western Railway train carriage left to rot for nearly 100 years goes up for auction

Branch line! Victorian Great Western Railway train carriage left to rot under trees in field for nearly 100 years goes up for auction for £10,000 The Great Western Railway First Class carriage has now gone up for auction with Charterhouse for £100,000 Carriage was towed behind a family’s traction engine for use as their living quarters in the … Read more

Manhunt for four masked men who stormed a western Sydney home armed with sawn-off shot guns 

Four masked men surrounded a Sydney home armed with sawn-off shot guns before fleeing the scene – and cops are still chasing them By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:29 BST, 9 June 2021 | Updated: 21:29 BST, 9 June 2021 A manhunt is underway for four masked men who threatened terrified residents … Read more

Gwen Stefani thanks fans for listening to Slow Clap after plugging new single in sexy Western wear

Gwen Stefani thanks fans for listening to Slow Clap after plugging new single in sexy Western wear By Paul Chavez For Dailymail.com Published: 02:11 GMT, 12 March 2021 | Updated: 02:11 GMT, 12 March 2021 Gwen Stefani took to social media Thursday to thank her fans for listening to her new single Slow Clap. The … Read more

Black rhino calf takes her first wobbly steps at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo

Rare newborn black rhino calf takes her first wobbly steps at Dubbo Zoo A rare rhino calf has taken her first wobbly steps at Taronga Western Plains Zoo  The critically endangered black rhino calf was born on Wednesday February 24   Footage showed the yet-to-be-named calf attempt to balance on her four legs  By Zoe Zaczek For … Read more

Pip Edwards attends Western themed 40th birthday party after split from Michael Clarke

Wild Wild EX: Pip Edwards attends a Western themed 40th birthday party following her split from Michael Clarke By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia Published: 21:51 GMT, 8 February 2021 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 8 February 2021 Pip Edwards and Michael Clarke have called it quits after dating for seven months.  And on Monday, … Read more

New book Greece: The Cradle of Western Civilization is stuffed with stunning images

Greece is one of the planet’s most historically fascinating countries and one of the most photogenic. This is a land of eye-poppingly dazzling beaches, monasteries perched on dizzying columns of rock and impossibly quaint fishing villages. Many know it to an extent from the Mamma Mia movies, or a blurry ouzo-laced holiday. For a deeper … Read more