$150 Roadhog burger just the appetiser for Nindigully pub New Year’s Eve celebrations

That’s Australia !   FARE DEAL: The Nindigully pub near St George has a free New Year’s Eve party but if you’re peckish the legendary Roadhog burger will test your wallet.                                                                             DON’T HOG IT: An aerial view of the Roadhog burg THE enormous 14kg Roadhog burger will cost you $150, but the New Year’s Eve party is free…

Camera spies wild panda eating meat

A CAMERA at a Chinese nature reserve has spied a wild panda eating meat.     A wild giant panda eats a dead antelope in a forest in Pingwu, southwest China’s Sichuan province. Pandas spend most of their days eating bamboo. Staff at the Wanglong Nature Reserve in southwest Sichuan province set up the camera…

France limits petrol sales for New Year’s

FRANCE is to limit sales of petrol and other combustibles on New Year’s Eve in a bid to curb what has become an annual tradition of revellers torching hundreds of cars, police said. Youths in the often depressed suburbs of French cities have been torching hundreds of vehicles on New Year’s Eve since the early…

Nude female TV chef to entice men to cook

A Hong Kong adult channel is set to debut a cooking show headlined by a nude host who will prepare Cantonese dishes wearing a transparent apron an apparent bid to encourage more men to cook. Host Flora Cheung will start each 30-minute show shopping for fresh ingredients in the city’s famous wet markets, undressing once…

Smuggled caviar found in Russian morgue

POLICE have discovered a huge stash of contraband caviar stored in a hospital morgue freezer alongside dead bodies in Russia’s second city of Saint Petersburg. Kept in large canisters marked “Aviation Security. Inspected,” the stash of both red and black caviar weighed 175 kilograms – a haul that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars…

China to introduce US style visa rules for foreigners

 Beijing: China will introduce US style visa rules for foreigners, which included procedures like finger printing, to put in place biological identification data in order to “curb illegal entry” in the country to seek jobs. The draft law on entry and exit procedures, currently under consideration by China’s legislature, National People’s Congress, for the first…

Japan’s Lolita style :Cute?

  Outlandish pannier skirts with layers of frilly lace and larger-than-life make-up are the order of the day for Lolita girls. The Japanese Lolita girl trend began as street fashion two decades ago. The Lolita style has dozens of offshoots, but all share the distinct hint of sexuality and burlesque. “Japanese girls love cute things,…

SURGE IN SEX TRADE

Goa is hugely popularwith tourists, but its image has been tainted by a string of corruption scandals involving police and politicians, as well as drug and sex crime revelations. Photo: AFP A surge in prostitution in Goa, a party destination for thousands of overseas visitors, is fuelling the Indian sun-and-sand state’s growing reputation for sleaze…

Dutch government delays ban on pot for tourists

THE Dutch Government says it is delaying plans to ban tourists from buying marijuana until at least May 2012, though it still intends to curtail the country’s famed tolerance policy. Cannabis is technically illegal in the Netherlands, but police turn a blind eye to possession of small amounts and it is sold openly in designated…

China’s Minister Of Forced Sterilizations Honored Guest At The UNCSW-Disgraceful!

Source: http://tibettruth.com Ms. Song Xiuyan executive member of China’s communist party, Minister and Vice-Chairperson of National Committee on Women and Children under the State Council China, and vice Chairman (sic) of the All China Women’s Federation (ACWF), a national organization that enforces China’s notorious population control policies upon women in China, and occupied Tibet and…

Temple elephants sent on holiday

A SOUTHERN Indian state has ordered a holiday for elephants employed by temples as part of an official program to “rejuvenate” the weary creatures. State foresters herded 45 domestic pachyderms from Hindu shrines and hermitages in Tamil Nadu to the coastal state’s Mudumalai forests for a 48-day break to help them regain lost vigour, officials said…

What South Korea should do with the 2000 Illegal Fishing Boats From China – BURN THEM Like The Aussies do!

The Australian Fisheries Management Authority credit a reduction in illegal fishing apprehensions with their hard-line policy of burning the vessels of offenders. Credit: AFMA (supplied) This story should be told in relation to the recent killing of a Korean Coast Guard by the skipper of of Illegal Chinese Fishing Boat. There are also two more…

Man held over stuffed panda trade in Tokyo

POLICE in Tokyo have arrested a man accused of trying to sell a stuffed giant panda – an endangered species – to Chinese tourists for three million yen ($A37,943). Shang Erqiang, a 40-year-old Tokyo restaurant operator originally from China, was arrested last week, a police official told AFP. Reports dubbed the animal as an “80…

Buying Your Toddler an iPad ?

  Happy holidays! It’s that time of year when we buy too many things for our kids and wind up feeling guilty anyway when we go on a playdate and discover Tiffany has a hand-built dollhouse made by Grandpa. Still, we try. Some parents try too hard, as witnessed by a recent post on Facebook.…

Three in marriage bed more of a good thing

Victor de Bruijn with brides Mirjam and Bianca at The Netherlands’ first trio wedding. FOR weeks, Sydneysiders and Melburnians who believe menage-a-trois and other polyamorous relationships can be just as committed, loving and valid as marriage between a man and a woman, slaved away together to earn their place in the sun. They drew up plans, sawed wood,…

Milk poisoning death sentence

A CHINESE dairy farmer has been sentenced to death for lacing her rival’s milk supply with industrial salt, causing the deaths of three young children, state media report. China has been plagued by a slew of food safety scandals. The government cracked down after the industrial chemical melamine was added to milk products to appear…

CIA ‘secret prison’ found by Media Groups in Romania

The CIA operated a secret prison in the Romanian capital Bucharest where terrorism suspects were interrogated, an investigation by the Associated Press and German media has found. Former CIA operatives identified the building where, they said, detainees were held and tortured. The building belongs to a Romanian agency, Orniss, which stores classified information from the…

Is Iran the New Japan?

Source: Finian Cunningham,Global Research Is Iran the new Japan – 70 years after the Pearl Harbour incident that led to a US declaration of war and an unspeakable nuclear nightmare? Two concurrent articles on Global Research deserve close reading because taken together they suggest that history is in danger of repeating itself, with even greater…

Dog Drives A 20 Tonne Bus

Richard McCormack cannot believe how lucky it was his bus was not damaged when his dog, Woodley, dislodged the handbrake and drove down Winnellie Rd. Darwin Australia. Australia: SALES assistant Phil Newton could not believe his eyes when he saw a dog driving a 20-tonne, double-decker bus through Darwin’s industrial zone. “I thought, ‘What the…

An Opossum in My Overcoat

I have always loved animals and have rescued a few along the way.  One night, I was driving home as I went down a dark, curved street and noticed an opossum in the middle of the road between the lanes.  Its face was injured and there was a pool of blood below.  The poor creature was so…

Japanese whalers get $28m in earthquake cash – This is Totally and Utterly Disgraceful-Shame On the Japanese Gov’t!

Source: ABC Aust News Japan’s whaling fleet has left its home port for another turbulent season in the Southern Ocean, this year courtesy of extra money from the nation’s earthquake recovery fund. To make a protest, please click on this direct link https://www.contact.maff.go.jp/maff/form/114e.html Three vessels have set sail from the port of Shimonoseki, in western…

British women offered free contraception pill at Christmas

BRITISH women are being offered free supplies of the emergency “morning-after” contraceptive pill over the Christmas and New Year holidays, the country’s leading abortion agency said today. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) said it saw more women with unplanned pregnancies in January than any other time, and hoped the project would reduce numbers. In…

The true horrors of pet food revealed: Prepare to be shocked by what’s in dog food & cat food, e.g.Roadkill

If you check the labels on grocery store foods, you’ve probably already begun to see that the list of ingredients doesn’t always tell the whole truth about what’s in your food. The same goes for your pets’ food. Behind innocent-sounding words like “meat byproducts” and “meat meal” are horrific manufacturing practices that would turn your…