An American car crash victim had injuries that looked like she'd been stabbed in the neck. It's those kinds of stories behind the Takata airbag recall.
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Phoebe Meredith and her husband always imagined leaving Sydney after they had two children. Then Ms Meredith fell pregnant with twins.
According to Commonwealth Bank data, people over 50 are three times more likely than younger generations to be victims of scams.
The $US540 return ticket from Atlanta to Auckland seemed too good to be true.
A five-year-old boy had his finger amputated after it was trapped in a trampoline, a 10-year-old girl hurt her back on a rail while playing a jumping game called "crack the egg", and a three-year-old boy fell to the ground and fractured his leg.
The die-hard tech fans camping out for the latest iPhone are usually a source of amusement for those passing by, but it's serious business.
"Nurofen is better than paracetamol for common headaches," declared the advertisements placed in women's lifestyle magazines. The Federal Court has declared that claim to be misleading and deceptive, after two pharmaceutical giants went head-to-head in a two-year legal battle.
"Dear God, give a bald guy a break," Homer Simpson prays in a memorable episode of The Simpsons.
Ever wondered how the share bikes that are flooding the city's streets actually make money?
One weekend at a Meriton serviced apartment block in Queensland, guests had no hot water, had power outages, and put up with "excessive" construction noise.