To motivate businesses to consider Brexit's economic impacts on the Netherlands, the Dutch are using a novel ploy.
Belgian robbers wade through city sewers under a famed Belgian diamond district, break into a bank vault and make off with the contents of safety deposit boxes, with police turning up to find the vault door still locked securely.
Panel vans were icons as recognisably Australian as Lillee and Thommo in the days of disco, and for those not into cricket or camping in the 1970s, panel vanning was a pursuit all to itself, as this week's RetroFocus reveals.
The year is 1961 and there are two women duking it out on national television to debate a topical issue of the day — the ensuing debate is fierce, but all may not be what it seems, their descendants reveal.
As the nation swelters through a week which has seen temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius, spare a thought for people from decades past.
The beloved Why is it So? presenter, who brought science to our television screens from 1963 to 1986, thought he'd been outdone by a sturdy metal drum — until a thunderous bang echoed through the room.
School holidays are on again and there are the usual problems — it's a trying time for motorists and parents. Or so says reporter Peter Luck in 1967, as he tries to get to the bottom of a pressing question: just what exactly do kids theses days get up to?
A farmer in far north WA captures the bizarre sight of a knot of cane toads hitching a ride on a python in the middle of the night.
When a Four Corners reporter took to the streets in 1961 to canvas public opinion on domestic gender roles, men and women alike (mostly) agreed: husbands should chip in with the chores on the weekend.
Take a trip down memory lane, back to a time when one woman and decided to take her 55 cats on a road trip from Sydney to Adelaide — and back.