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The damaged land is now about the same size as South Korea or about 10 million times the size of a FIFA-standard football pitch.
A new low for the world’s scammers is creating fake charities or posing as relatives of victims of the fires.
The man allegedly told multiple prospective employees that they had to perform sex acts on him to prove they could do the job.
Milat was transferred from jail to hospital last week following reports that he's been "in agony" with oesophagus and stomach cancer.
Colleagues displayed symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in the wake of the incident, which has since been dubbed "Kettle-gate".
Oddly, the phenomenon has been observed several times around the lawns of Australia's Parliament House.
The incident has prompted calls for better fire safety training in operating theatres.
A magistrate spared the boy a conviction, telling him to "use your gifts for good rather than evil".
The man responsible for the shooting deaths of 50 Muslim worshippers last month was initially charged with just one murder. Today, New Zealand police announced more than 50 additional charges.
Retirees have allegedly been duped out of more than £65,000 to attend and compete in dancing competitions that never happened.
Thirty-six-year-old Ramis Jonuzi was strangled to death after he was unable to pay the £112 he owed his host.