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From Van Noten, a Beguiling Salute to Women [New York Times - 01 Oct ] It's a measure of fashion's enormous success over the last decade that people will pay almost anything to own certain labels, just as banks and other financial institutions found they could take greater and greater risks with the money they lent. Let's take a royal tour of the week that was Your best photographs from around Australia Who dares wins: Fashion house Valentino names 2 new designers [AP via Google news, Paris - 05 Oct ] Italian fashion house Valentino said on Saturday it had named its in-house accessories designers as joint creative directors of the brand. Citrus trees in Perth backyards are under threat from a small invasive wasp, which experts warn will destroy trees if left untreated.

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What made this announcement particularly harsh was that Facchinetti was unaware she had been fired. Abbey Lee Kershaw faints at Fashion Week - corset too tight [Daily Telegraph, Australia - 06 Oct ] One of Australia's most high-profile models - Abbey Lee Kershaw - has fainted at a fashion show after wearing an incredibly tight corset.

Abbey began to feel weak after being squeezed into the brown garment in the name of style at Paris Fashion Week. Fashion house Valentino names 2 new designers [AP via Google news, Paris - 05 Oct ] Italian fashion house Valentino said on Saturday it had named its in-house accessories designers as joint creative directors of the brand.

Outgoing designer Alessandra Facchinetti said she learned about her dismissal from press reports. Hip-Hop pioneer and designer Russell Simmons is bringing a little sophistication to the urban over 25 crowd. The male models donned sporty suits, pinstriped shorts and argyle V-neck sweaters, combining urban aesthetics with traditionally professional and preppy attire. Valentino names 2 new designers [AP via Google - 05 Oct ] Italian fashion house Valentino said on Saturday it had named its in-house accessories designers as joint creative directors of the brand, replacing Alessandra Facchinetti.

Casadei died of brain cancer at her home in Pacific Palisades. Fashion designers shiver as economic crisis hits [AP via Google News, - 04 Oct ] In the cutthroat world of fashion, a designer can quickly lose rising star status a fact that Alessandra Facchinetti knows only too well.

Huntin', shootin', fashion [Financial Times - 04 Oct ] Any brand that makes shotguns and other firearms for the world's armed forces and country sports enthusiasts may seem an unlikely choice for delicate fashion folk. But this year it was like watching Louis XIV's court gorge themselves while the rest of the country starved. Valentino to clarify designer's future after show-press [reuters. In the front row: Lefranc Ferrant and more Features gallery from the parade.

Ready-to-wear from Paris [Toronto Sun - 03 Oct ]. Next snaps up celebrity favourite fashion label Lipsy for Fashion under fire as crisis deepens [AP via Google News - 02 Oct ] Judging from the glamorous parties and store openings in Paris this week, you would be forgiven for thinking the economy is thriving prompting some observers to say the fashion industry is fiddling while Rome burns.

The most wearable clothes from the Paris catwalks [timesonline. Paris parades low-key chic [guardian. From Van Noten, a Beguiling Salute to Women [New York Times - 01 Oct ] It's a measure of fashion's enormous success over the last decade that people will pay almost anything to own certain labels, just as banks and other financial institutions found they could take greater and greater risks with the money they lent. Such a devouring nature doesn't need taste or expertise or even a love of fashion.

It just needs an appetite and a huge closet. A new geometry [International Herald Tribune - 01 Oct ] When the pillars of capitalism are toppling and the world is trying to configure a new order, is it surprising that fashion should explore a new geometry? Meanwhile, Berardi hit the right note with his kimonos while Ghesquiere went for bust.

Fashion visits the dark side in goth exhibit [bostonherald. She was talking figuratively about the idea of seasonal renewal, killing off old styles so that new ones can emerge and grow. However, a new exhibit called "Gothic: Dark Glamour" at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology takes a more literal look at how the theme of death has been carried through clothes over many years.

Milan Fashion Week [Independant. Here are five key ideas to start cultivating now, if you want to be truly fashion forward. Just be careful on those heels How Keira Knightley suffered for her art [news. For her regal role as Georgiana Spencer in The Duchess, she had to spend up to three hours a day being dressed and was forced to don such massive wigs they made her neck sore. Milan's best runway shows reflect mood of the times [LA Times, United States - 28 Sep ] With recession blues setting in, what looked freshest in Milan was timeless elegance -- and smile-inducing eye candy.

This year's fashion show and silent auction is scheduled for Sunday, Nov 09, will feature 28 local breast cancer survivors as models. Crime of fashion emergency - culprit last seen legging it A girl in gingham leggings. Not only were they gingham, they were sky blue-on-white gingham. Not only were they sky blue-on-white, they were dotted with buttery yellow sunflowers.

Italian fashion and falling markets [Financial Times - 26 Sep ] Milan fashion week is in full swing but all is not well behind the gilded facade. With markets falling, there is a danger the so-far dependable Russian and Asian buyers might choose to invest in something less ephemeral than chiffon and lace. Detroit Fashion Week begins The annual event, now in its fourth year, is a little smaller this year - with the trunk show planned for today and two other events set for next Saturday.

Last year, the event was spread over three days. In all, 10 designers, most from metro Detroit, will show their work. Agatha Ruiz de la Prada's show was restarted after 'Bruno' was removed by security. Sacha Baron Cohen is in Milan making a new film about fashion centered on his flamboyant Austrian fashionista character, Bruno, and reportedly titled "Bruno: Judge says Project Runway can't air on Lifetime [thecelebritycafe.

Bravo, one of the NBC Universal networks, had apparently aired the show first, and they were none to happy about Weinstein Co. Modern fashion should reflect the times. Italian designers put up cheerful fashion front at Milan FW [AP via Google - 26 Sep ] "Grin and bear it," seems to be the message coming off the Milan runway as Fashion Week for next summer comes to an end. Adult nappies have hit the catwalk in a Tokyo fashion show [Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - 26 Sep ] Japan has one of the world's most rapidly aging societies, and the fashion show proved the country's nappy producers are intent on keeping the elderly clean and dry.

Lo smokes up Milan [Stuff. Building fashion empires of their own [International Herald Tribune - 25 Sep ] The creation of large retail groups gives "competitive advantages, like better purchasing power, competitive credit lines and a series of aggregated services.

Jewels return to runway at Milan Fashion Week [Associated Press via Google - 25 Sep ] In general the jewelry is down to earth, with the novelty of pieces of wood used to fashion necklaces and bracelets. Ethnic jewelry of the silver-and-stones Sarah Murdoch on fashion's deadly demands on women [Daily Telegraph, Sydney - 25 Sep ] THE fashion industry had to stop ducking blame and start taking responsibility for the "unhealthy body image" promoted by underweight models, catwalk star Sarah Murdoch said yesterday.

Ms Murdoch, a long-time advocate of breast cancer research and patron of the National Breast Cancer Foundation, launched the Australian national breast cancer awareness month. Dress like a rock star [Statesman. But how many of us can truly dress like one? What is your fashion philosophy? Designers are making their final alterations. Models are strapping on their heels for their strut down the runway. Photographers are readying their cameras to take that glamorous shot At fashion shows, in travel guides and, as of next month, back in your local bookstore as publishers try to resurrect a wandering brand.

Prada Milan Fashion Week [Telegraph. Milan Fashion Week goes relaxed in stressed times [AP via Google news - 23 Sep ] There are few better weather vanes for changing times than the fashion industry, whose sensitive antennas quickly pick up on a mood and design accordingly.

Just think of the Gay Nineties, the somber s the happy day s. A similar reflection is happening for the summer of , with designers opting for relaxed styles in stressed times. The following sentences, errors of recall and lampooning are brought to you by this column's principal strategic partner: Without them, you'd be reading something much more worthwhile.

Finally a suit to be worn in the shower [news. Emmys gallery [E-online - 22 Sep ]. London calling but it's first stop NYC [Independent. Betsey Johnson Spring collection [News. Milan Fashion Week opens with a surprise fashion plus [Telegraph. Merging science and fashion [tvnz. A Touch of Pink fashion show in Toronto, on September The Hottest Collections [NowPublic. Here are the hits on the runways so far:. Dawn Yanek, Editor-at-Large of Life and Style Weekly magazine joins us to show both women and men how to incorporate these vibrant colors in their wardrobe.

Elle voted greatest model ever [The Age, Melbourne - 19 Sep ]. These designers, celebrities and king-makers were selected as each decade's leading fashion luminary..

London Fashion Week, Spring Tribal tones at Salasai [Stuff. Crisis heightens British retail worries [Reuters -via- International Herald Tribune - 18 Sep ] Behind the scenes at London Fashion Week, luxury clothing retailers are considering what the effects of the global financial crisis will be.

Alex Perry to host own show on Foxtel [Daily Telegraph, Australia - 18 Sep ] With an acid tongue, a successful fashion label and a four-year stint as a judge on Australia's Next Top Model, Alex Perry, Sydney's king of red carpet couture has signed a deal to host his own program on Foxtel.

Donatella Versace judges Fashion Fringe [Telegraph. Huge market for Indian fashion designers in western countries. This morning the venerable Canadian label Comrags which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year Fall Fashion Frenzy [Canada. Fashion Week dumps model health checks [The Australian, Australia] The idea was recommended by the British Fashion Council after last year's size zero debate but it's already been ruled out in New York, Paris and Milan Lacoste - New York Fashion Week.

The young guns setting London ablaze [Telegraph. Fur flies as Scots fashion council accused of 'confusing the message' [Scotsman. New York Fashion Week tries casual elegance for bad economy. Designers seemed collectively aware of the harsh times at the spring previews that ended Friday, but they had many different approaches for conquering the slump, which has hit the apparel industry hard.

PM's wife puts on party frock to stop fashion week fraying. The Calvin Klein show. But the death of Jamal Khashoggi could threaten the Crown Prince's rise.

The crossing is built from , tonnes of steel and spans 55 kilometres across the Pearl River Delta, with a A far north Queensland family save a month-old boy from the jaws of a four-metre-long scrub python after it latched onto the child while he was playing at the family home in Julatten, north of Cairns.

Women looking to become police officers in Indonesia are reported to have to undergo an invasive virginity test and be "pretty" as a part of the recruitment process. For the first time the Australian Army is publicly discussing whether drones currently being used for reconnaissance should be fitted with weapons to counter armed drones used on the battlefield by enemy forces such as Islamic State. A man has died after being struck by lightning at Geurie, near Dubbo, in New South Wales' central west, as thunderstorms lash large areas of the state and the Bureau of Meteorology issues severe weather warnings.

The Kangaroos prove why they are world champions by holding off a spirited fightback by Tonga to claim a Test match win. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange files a lawsuit in Ecuador against new terms of asylum in the Andean country's London embassy that require him to pay for medical bills and phone calls and clean up after his pet cat. Afghans have begun voting in parliamentary elections that have been overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and violence.

A cognitively disabled year-old girl sexually assaulted by a group of male teenagers lived in circumstances so bad she did not know how to say no to sex, a court hears. Today, Prince Harry returned to officially open the upgraded memorial to Australians who lost their lives in battle. A man escapes from the jaws of a shark by punching it in the nose, and headbutting it, after it latched onto his arm while bodysurfing near Newcastle. I left Australia with a clear idea of where I was heading, but 36 countries, 83 buses and 23 shared cars later, I learnt five lessons that will last me a lifetime, writes Edward Cavanough.

But what's it like for parents? When Leesa Kwok's partner Jamie first got a call about the Invictus Games, he was spending most of his time in their walk-in wardrobe, shut off from the world.

Now wheelchair sports have "brought him back to life". Abu Jafaar, a cannabis farmer in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, is leading the push against the legalisation of cannabis production by the government, calling it "theft from our people".

Saudi authorities admit for the first time that journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, saying he died after a fight inside the country's consulate in Istanbul. An NT butcher who was photographed handling sausages naked, prompting a meat recall, says he's sorry for the "hurt and devastation" caused, pledging to leave the region "effective immediately".

A man loses consciousness and dies in police custody shortly after being handcuffed at a bar in Elsternwick, prompting an investigation into the cause of his death. After a childhood of staring at clouds in the cold shadows of Dracula's castle, forecaster Gabriel Branescu's fascination with weather draws him to the climatic extremes of Queensland. The shock was palpable in the groups that gathered behind the police tape. Morningside State School had gone up in flames and Freya Petersen's suburb was struggling to cope.

But they're not alone: Toxic foam used by firefighters has poisoned the ground in Bullsbrook in Perth's north-east, and residents — left with houses that are shedding value and water that's unsafe to drink — want the Federal Government to act. Emergency services are fighting fire with fire as they contain an ,hectare bushfire in Australia's north-west.

Two Jetstar crew members are taken to hospital in Melbourne after falling ill on an Adelaide-bound flight, but the airline says it remains unknown how they became sick. The decision to appoint the former Whyalla steelworks administrators to reduce public health spending shows the Government is intent on running hospitals like factories, the SA Opposition says.

The number of wedge-tailed eagles dying after coming into contact with electricity network infrastructure is up by more than per cent from the last year, TasNetworks' annual report reveals. A Queensland man is in custody in Hobart charged with attempted murder after allegedly trying to throw his partner overboard from the Radiance of the Seas cruise ship. Dancers jump into one of the most polluted rivers in the world as part of a contemporary arts festival on Tasmania's rugged west coast.

Tasmanian Police rule out reopening an investigation into former deputy premier Kevin Lyons, whose resignation triggered the downfall of the Bethune government in , given there was little prospect of charges being laid against a living person.

The Northern Territory Police say they believe royalty money used to buy alcohol is behind an upsurge in violent incidents, including a series of sexual assaults, over the past few days in Katherine. The Northern Territory Law Society is asked to explain its actions by a disciplinary tribunal after actively involving itself in defending a lawyer against a complaint filed by a former client.

Listen to all the spin on Saturday night about the result of the Wentworth by-election, but it shouldn't blot out the host of important messages that have emerged already. The Duchess of Sussex is proving to be something of a clotheshorse. But unlike the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan sends the fashionverse into meltdown whenever she steps out — and the designers aren't wasting a moment.

While Cosmopolitan's closure may not spell the end of women's media, it could represent the death of a once highly lucrative white feminist ideal. When shoppers discovered needles in strawberries on supermarket shelves, many suspected a disgruntled fruit picker was to blame.

But could there be another explanation? ABC teams share the story behind the story and insights into the making of digital, TV and radio content. Read about our editorial guiding principles and the enforceable standard our journalists follow. My Huong Le moved from Sydney to Vietnam after finding her birth mother. But 14 years later, a text message from a stranger revealed the truth: Usually when we talk about suicide, we say those four magic words "just ask for help". But it's not always that simple.

Dramatic scenes unfold at the Guatemala, Mexico border as a caravan of thousands of migrants surge across a bridge, several clashing with border guards and police. It's the game that could change the face of international rugby league, when Tonga take on the world champions Australia in Auckland on Saturday night.

Pacific leaders come out swinging after Melissa Price allegedly said the region was "always" seeking "cash" from Australia, amid testing times for relations. An Australian company is pushing ahead with plans to open a coal-fired power plant and coal mine in Papua New Guinea, despite the recent call from the world's most authoritative climate science body to completely cut greenhouse emissions by China's GDP growth slows to 6.

Andrew Thorburn admits that the banking sector's focus had moved away from customers, leaving it vulnerable to a conclusion it put profits before people.

If Saudi Arabia is found to be responsible for Jamal Khashoggi's death, there could be consequences — but the kingdom says it will hit back if sanctions are imposed. Cheri and Paul are veterans of the Army and Navy with more than 30 years' service between them.

But on return to civilian life they face a new reality — 80 job rejections and counting. Pakistan wins the second Test by runs to claim the series With Usman Khawaja unable to bat due to a knee injury, Australia finishes on Freddie Mercury is one the most iconic musicians of the last century, and it was no mean feat casting the lead role in biopic Bohemian Rhapsody , but in stepped Rami Malek. Acclaimed British performance and installation artist Sue Austin is pushing the boundaries of what's possible for those living with a disability with her work Creating The Spectacle, which has its Southern Hemisphere debut at the Adelaide Film Festival.

Bradley Cooper's remake of a classic Hollywood tale is surprisingly good — but there's no question who the star is. Australia has plenty of great spots to go surfing and we've compiled a list of some of your favourites. Did your break make the cut? Filipino families are injecting new life into Pyramid Hill — from bolstering the local Country Fire Authority ranks to creating a mini housing boom. How will strawberry growers recover from the needle crisis?

If food tampering cases from the past are anything to go by, they'll bounce back stronger than before. She says the voices of those experiencing mental illness are heard a little louder today, but more can be done. Far from one-size-fits-all, many prosthetics used by Invictus competitors now come with inbuilt computing and use high-tech materials. A Senate committee argues Australians should be given another year to opt out of the My Health Record system, to boost awareness of the scheme before a digital medical file is automatically created for them.

Claims by the makers of Akuna Springs that their bottled water is "enriched with vital organic minerals that enhance the experience of taste while supplying incredible health benefits with every sip" is called into question by an independent water analysis that shows it is no healthier than tap water. It's the strawberry punnet whodunit. An entire industry was brought to its knees in September when needles were discovered in fruit picked and packed for public consumption.

Citrus trees in Perth backyards are under threat from a small invasive wasp, which experts warn will destroy trees if left untreated. Two-thirds of a pastoral station have been burnt in an ,hectare bushfire in Australia's north-west. When you're in regional Australia and there are no transport other than your own, getting home safely from a night out can be tricky.

Here are some options. Breaking news Independent candidate Kerryn Phelps claims victory in Wentworth by-election. With Wentworth now gone, here's what Scott Morrison faces in the Parliament Despite losing their majority in the House of Representatives, it does not necessarily spell the end for the government. Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey China's massive bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai is ready The crossing is built from , tonnes of steel and spans 55 kilometres across the Pearl River Delta, with a Family saves toddler from being crushed by python in Far North Queensland A far north Queensland family save a month-old boy from the jaws of a four-metre-long scrub python after it latched onto the child while he was playing at the family home in Julatten, north of Cairns.

Indonesian policewomen chosen for 'purity', subjected to virginity tests Women looking to become police officers in Indonesia are reported to have to undergo an invasive virginity test and be "pretty" as a part of the recruitment process. Army ponders plans to use killer drones to back up diggers on the ground For the first time the Australian Army is publicly discussing whether drones currently being used for reconnaissance should be fitted with weapons to counter armed drones used on the battlefield by enemy forces such as Islamic State.

Man killed by lightning near Dubbo as electrical storms engulf Sydney A man has died after being struck by lightning at Geurie, near Dubbo, in New South Wales' central west, as thunderstorms lash large areas of the state and the Bureau of Meteorology issues severe weather warnings. Kangaroos avoid consecutive defeats with win over Tonga The Kangaroos prove why they are world champions by holding off a spirited fightback by Tonga to claim a Test match win.

Assange sues over 'inhuman' conditions, cat obligations in Ecuadorean embassy WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange files a lawsuit in Ecuador against new terms of asylum in the Andean country's London embassy that require him to pay for medical bills and phone calls and clean up after his pet cat.

Afghans vote amid chaos and corruption Afghans have begun voting in parliamentary elections that have been overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and violence.

Perpetrators sentenced over group sexual assault of mentally impaired girl A cognitively disabled year-old girl sexually assaulted by a group of male teenagers lived in circumstances so bad she did not know how to say no to sex, a court hears.

Man gets bitten by shark, punches it and lives to tell tale A man escapes from the jaws of a shark by punching it in the nose, and headbutting it, after it latched onto his arm while bodysurfing near Newcastle. I travelled 23,km overland from Adelaide to London. This is what I learnt I left Australia with a clear idea of where I was heading, but 36 countries, 83 buses and 23 shared cars later, I learnt five lessons that will last me a lifetime, writes Edward Cavanough.

My partner wore a mask in public, but at home I struggled to keep him alive When Leesa Kwok's partner Jamie first got a call about the Invictus Games, he was spending most of his time in their walk-in wardrobe, shut off from the world. Lebanese cannabis farmers fight against legalisation of the drug Abu Jafaar, a cannabis farmer in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, is leading the push against the legalisation of cannabis production by the government, calling it "theft from our people".

Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey Family saves toddler from being crushed by python in Far North Queensland A far north Queensland family save a month-old boy from the jaws of a four-metre-long scrub python after it latched onto the child while he was playing at the family home in Julatten, north of Cairns. China's massive bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau and Zhuhai is ready The crossing is built from , tonnes of steel and spans 55 kilometres across the Pearl River Delta, with a Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey Saudi authorities admit for the first time that journalist Jamal Khashoggi is dead, saying he died after a fight inside the country's consulate in Istanbul.

Naked butcher who prompted meat recall apologises for 'isolated' birthday incident An NT butcher who was photographed handling sausages naked, prompting a meat recall, says he's sorry for the "hurt and devastation" caused, pledging to leave the region "effective immediately". Man dies after being arrested at Melbourne bar A man loses consciousness and dies in police custody shortly after being handcuffed at a bar in Elsternwick, prompting an investigation into the cause of his death.

Dracula's weatherman flees cold climates to face the Queensland sun After a childhood of staring at clouds in the cold shadows of Dracula's castle, forecaster Gabriel Branescu's fascination with weather draws him to the climatic extremes of Queensland.

Third headless crocodile found in northern Queensland For the third time in as many months a crocodile is found decapitated in northern Queensland. The 'forgotten victims' who are forced to drink, cook and wash with bottled water Toxic foam used by firefighters has poisoned the ground in Bullsbrook in Perth's north-east, and residents — left with houses that are shedding value and water that's unsafe to drink — want the Federal Government to act.

Area larger than Perth torched by WA bushfire Emergency services are fighting fire with fire as they contain an ,hectare bushfire in Australia's north-west. Jetstar plane bound for Adelaide forced to turn back after crew fall sick Two Jetstar crew members are taken to hospital in Melbourne after falling ill on an Adelaide-bound flight, but the airline says it remains unknown how they became sick.

Whyalla steelworks savings the wrong blueprint for SA hospitals, Opposition says The decision to appoint the former Whyalla steelworks administrators to reduce public health spending shows the Government is intent on running hospitals like factories, the SA Opposition says. Eagle deaths on Tasmanian power lines more than double in a year, report shows The number of wedge-tailed eagles dying after coming into contact with electricity network infrastructure is up by more than per cent from the last year, TasNetworks' annual report reveals.

Cruise ship passenger charged after trying to throw partner overboard A Queensland man is in custody in Hobart charged with attempted murder after allegedly trying to throw his partner overboard from the Radiance of the Seas cruise ship.

Dance in toxic Queen River kicks off Tasmanian fringe festival Dancers jump into one of the most polluted rivers in the world as part of a contemporary arts festival on Tasmania's rugged west coast. Tasmanian Police rule out investigation into Kevin Lyons bribery allegations Tasmanian Police rule out reopening an investigation into former deputy premier Kevin Lyons, whose resignation triggered the downfall of the Bethune government in , given there was little prospect of charges being laid against a living person.

Saudi Arabia admits journalist died during fight in consulate in Turkey Naked butcher who prompted meat recall apologises for 'isolated' birthday incident An NT butcher who was photographed handling sausages naked, prompting a meat recall, says he's sorry for the "hurt and devastation" caused, pledging to leave the region "effective immediately".

Alcohol-fuelled violence in Katherine reaches Darwin levels The Northern Territory Police say they believe royalty money used to buy alcohol is behind an upsurge in violent incidents, including a series of sexual assaults, over the past few days in Katherine. NT Law Society issued 'please explain' over defence of lawyer The Northern Territory Law Society is asked to explain its actions by a disciplinary tribunal after actively involving itself in defending a lawyer against a complaint filed by a former client.

Invictus Games full coverage Wentworth by-election live results Antony Green's guide to Wentworth 10 great spots to catch a wave this summer Opinion: Meghan is a designer's dream and brands are cashing in Are Invictus Games host cities set up for getting around with a disability? Australia's destructive love affair with sports betting continues to grow The complex diplomacy behind investigating Khashoggi's death How does a community recover when its school burns down?

AI better than physicists at designing experiments Paul Kelly opens up about poetry, The Beatles and the origins of Nature What's in an apology? Cate Campbell sheds her 'poster girl for failure' tag Dracula's weatherman flees cold climates to face the Queensland sun Opinion:

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