The FDA has banned a bakery from listing ‘love’ as an ingredient on a granola label because love is not a common or usual name of an ingredient.
Self-proclaimed “Minister of Love” Bill Levin has established the First Church of Cannabis and asked ‘Cannataerians” to fund its mission of “love, understanding and good health”.
Chinese square dancers were initially shocked to hear local media reports that authorities wanted to ‘standardize’ their dances.
The Chief of Nepal’s mountaineering association says that poo left by climbers on Mount Everest is causing pollution and threatening to spread disease.
It’s reported that Chinese users are no longer able to access Gmail via third-party services previously used to get around China’s ‘Great Firewall’.
New Zealanders are being urged to refrain from mixing alcohol and sport this summer after 86 Frisbee-related injuries were reported last summer!
• Record levels of Australian internet piracy have prompted the government to respond with proposed legislative measures.
• If signed into law, internet service providers could be required to take action against copyright infringers.
• More than 15,000 took to the streets of Melbourne yesterday to protest budget cuts proposed by the Australian Government.
• Construction workers and unionists were among those at the protest, calling the budget cuts unfair and demanding they be reviewed and changed.