Men's finishing schools were a thing in 1987, and Melbourne plumber Gavin Pearce hoped they could help him emulate the success of his idols Paul Hogan and Pat Cash. Now, we're trying to discover just how it all panned out.
The idea of a baby resting in a sling suspended from a car's roof might seem odd today but it was among a wide variety of child restraint options in 1970 — and most people had no idea just how dangerous they really were.
A growing number of tech-savvy Chinese millennials are jumping onto the buy-now-pay-later bandwagon — but experts also warn against illegal providers who ask for "nudie selfies" as collateral for the loans.
The world's first "ground-scraper" hotel — plunging 88 metres into an old quarry on the fringes of Shanghai and complete with two underwater levels — is set to open its doors to the public today.
There has been another incident involving an Indonesian passenger plane — this time after complaints about a two-tonne load of the pungent-smelling durian fruit.
Researchers say bricks grown sustainably from human urine get stronger as they age, possibly reducing maintenance costs in our future cities.
Put down the roses and blow out the candles because Singles Day is almost here, and this year Indonesia has announced they will be joining the festivities.
A prankster claims credit for a takeover of Scott Morrison's web domain, hosting an image of the Prime Minister along with an obscene pop-punk song about a teenage love affair called Scotty Doesn't Know.
It's an oft-stated truism that crosswords are good for your brain — but is that correct? Australian researchers who studied an expert's grey matter while he pondered puzzles are hoping to find out.
Stuart Robert has got his debt and deficit figures mixed up. But he did get a happy snap in the studio.