Saying it was its best mobile deal yet, Telstra has released a new plan that includes 10GB of data, $500 worth of calls and texts, and a whopping five full days of network downtime, all for just $75 a month.
And as a special promotional offer, those who sign up before the end of the month will get their first week without any access at all, totally free.
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A café in North Fitzroy is giving customers all the ingredients they need to make a smug social statement.
Served on an assortment of materials that can be used to build an old chopping board, the irony costs just $4, payable in four 1983 $1 notes.
Customer Sarah McTavish said she was one of the first to discover the new trend. “Going to cafés that pre-assemble their irony is so 2015. What a great idea to give you the materials to create your own self-important milieu”.
As the furore over the lip-synching-and-very-little-else debacle plaguing the one-time pop princess Britney Spears continues, an amusing comment on News.com caught my eye…