School students across the Western Australia have caroled their way to breaking a world record.
Some 15,000 students took part singing a few of our favourite Christmas tunes, all at the same time.
Meet Patricia Gartland, a 90-year-old grandmother from Albany, Western Australia, who is still a super competitive table tennis player. She's as active as a pro athlete and plays three different sports a week.December 5, 2011, 2:00 am
Pole dancing. It's usually something men watch, not do. But pole dancing schools are reporting that more and more men are taking up the sport.December 2, 2011, 3:20 pm
A teenaged L plater's 184km/h joyride on the Hume Freeway has come at an inconvenient cost to a friend's mother.
The learner from Wodonga was driving a car belonging to his friend's mum - and the car has been impounded.
You might usually associate brutal fighting sports with men, but a Wodonga woman has made local history by becoming the first female mixed martial arts fighter to step into the ring.
She's known as Rebecca the Wrecker, and she lived up to her name.
Off-roading thrill seekers have wowed a big crowd in an event you've got to see to believe.
We're about to take you to Boronore where off-road monsters crawl like spiders on the ground.
This next report could make you a little hot under the collar ladies - but it's all for a good cause.
A dozen of the fittest and best-looking firemen across NSW have partially stripped off for their annual charity calendar.
Several clusters of marijuana plants have been found growing at the entrance of Bellingen court house, on the NSW north coast.
The discovery was made thanks to an anonymous tip off by a Prime Seven news viewer.
You're about to meet an unexpected Goldfields visitor. Tortle, the eastern long-necked turtle, has been found in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, all the way from the Eastern States. But how she got there's still a mystery.December 2, 2011, 2:00 am
Here's a story that turned out to be too good to be true.
Reports of a cane toad hiding in a back yard at The Rock.
Prime Seven News picked up the amphibian today and brought it back to Wagga for some research.
Off-roading thrill seekers, have wowed a big crowd in an event you've got to see to believe.
We're about to take you to Boronore where off-road monsters crawl like spiders on ground and most dare NOT tackle on foot.
Remember how we told you that the Beechworth Gaol had a ghost rumoured to be haunting various parts of the 1800s correctional facility?
Well, on Saturday night ... ghost busters were brought in to see if they could capture any evidence on camera.
A man who held a Kansas couple hostage in their home while fleeing from authorities is suing them, claiming they broke an oral contract made when he promised them money in exchange for hiding him from police.November 30, 2011, 4:36 pm
Two men have been sentenced to 12 months behind bars for stealing almost $100,000 in gold concentrate while working on a mine site in Wiluna, north of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. The pair filled empty containers with the ore and stashed it in the bush, before being caught red-handed by police.November 24, 2011, 5:29 pm
It's Movember and as the month progresses, male upper lips are transforming from a darkened smudge to a fully forested manly moustache.
On the Border dozens of men are sporting lip ticklers, soup strainers and nose neighbours.
A billboard for vodka in NYC has been taken down and destroyed after complaints that the advertisement's message is anti-Semitic.November 24, 2011, 12:07 pm
You're about to meet a kickboxer on a mission.
Mark Gibb is preparing for the ultimate challenge - this weekend he'll kickbox for a record 12 hours straight.
It can be hot and hard work - and that's why there's a shortage of shearers nation wide.
But 10 students got their hands greasy today - to help restore the ranks of one of Australia's iconic jobs.
With Christmas only weeks away, here's a quirky gift idea for those who have it all.
Why not adopt a koala?
Not only does the money go towards a very worthy cause, but you'll be helping to save one of Australia's most iconic animals.
Staff from Beechworth Gaol in country Victoria have encountered some spooky experiences in the past few months.
They believe the ghost of a former warden is still doing his rounds there and this Saturday hope to prove it.
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