A strange phenomena is happening at Broome's iconic Cable Beach.
Hundreds of thousands of red jellyfish are coming to shore.
Nobody can explain it. Scientists fear it's a sign something is seriously wrong with our oceans.
This next story won't be to everyone's taste - I'll tell you that up front.
Rod Smith is a professional divorce cake maker - he's already cornered the Australian market and is now sending his cakes overseas.
President Barack Obama’s campaign staff were stunned yesterday when the President was given a bear hug by a Florida pizza shop owner.September 10, 2012, 6:01 pm
There's terror in the sky.
Swooping season is in full play.
And we're being warned to be on high alert if you come face-to-face with an angry magpie.
Molong's Pumpkin Man is no doubt our area's biggest pumpkin enthusiast.
The pumpkin man has now put his love for pumpkins in writing.
A British gameshow contestant who won £50,000 spent his winnings in less than four months to avoid sharing it with his estranged wife.September 3, 2012, 2:07 pm
The world's oldest tractor could very well be found in the tiny NSW central west town of Cumnock. Built almost 110 years ago and still working.August 29, 2012, 10:00 pm
A Moree business that used a novel way to hook people into applying for a job say it's paying dividends.
The electrical and air conditioning business has offered three successful applicants a carton of beer, every week for a year.
A cow which was not in the mood ambled to the top storey of a Siberian apartment building to escape a bull which was, and had to be led back down by firefighters, authorities said.August 9, 2012, 11:06 am
Tiny cries for help in a Wodonga shopping centre roof led firefighters to an unusual rescue job today.
The CFA was called in to retrieve a litter of tiny newborn kittens from the Birallee Shopping Centre roof, after a shopper heard sounds of distress in the ceiling.
You might remember the Bridgetown woman who cryonically froze her husband.
She's hoping science can reunite them in the future.
But the Catholic Church has hit out at the process, describing it as science fiction.
A Bridgetown woman is set to become the director of Australia's first ever Cryonics facility.
She wants to be frozen after she dies, so she can be reunited with her husband in the future.
A group of kids have caused a stir at a local takeaway store - by trying to use the drive-through in a hand-made car.
The boys thought it was pretty good fun, and so did the staff, who DID serve them.
But not everyone got the joke.
You don't usually see beanies in an art gallery.
But in Bathurst there's heaps of them.
All sorts of shapes, colours and sizes.
A bird expert's had a look at the local peewee everyone's talking about.
And the verdict is a hormonal rage, in a confused attempt to get rid of other birds.
But whatever the reason, this is one winged wonder with thousands and thousands of fans.
Some of you may have fallen victim to the attacking Pee Wee of Wagga Wagga.
The little black and white bird will take a swipe at any passing car,
and seems to be completely fearless. Take a look at this.
We've been on the hunt for WA's most enthusiastic collector.
First we brought you the lady with a life-size doll house - that was pretty impressive.
But this would have to be the biggest collection we've seen.
There's been another two shark sightings near Lancelin, near where Ben Linden was taken at the weekend.
It comes as WA's shark frenzy goes viral around the world.
Some international media even naming our coast line the 'death coast'.
A Howlong man is getting ready to make a mess in the race of a lifetime - the "World's Toughest Mudder".
Peter Norris will head to the US for the race that's billed as test for the toughest male and female on the planet.
A farmer in Eastern China stopped traffic after taking his flock of ducks for a walk. All 5,000 of them.June 25, 2012, 2:43 pm
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