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It was business as usual for the glamorous blonde real estate agent from Perth as she showed clients around houses in the city on Saturday clutching her phone and a box of files. Hundreds of thousands of revellers (left, top and bottom right) have flocked to Sydney's famous Oxford Street as the city transforms with colour and glitter for the 40th Mardi Gras parade.A mother-of-five stunned a Queensland court room on Friday when she asked the judge for a job as he jailed her for stealing from 11 different businesses. Saturday's celebration is expected to attract a record crowd as organisers take the chance to look back on defining moments in the event's history.
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And it seems Tracey Jewel and Dean Wells' relationship is growing stronger by the day.
Mel Waring has opened up about her feelings surrounding the breakdown of her relationship with Australian cricket star Nathan Lyon.
The couple (pictured together, right) split and it later emerged the spin bowler was dating Emma Mc Carthy (pictured left).
Mr Joyce said he cannot be sure he is the father, but he plans to raise the child as his own. And can I say, even if it wasn't, I wouldn't care, I'd still go through this, I'd still love him,' Mr Joyce said.
The former Nationals leader said the child's paternity it is 'a bit of a grey area', as he was on a trip to Europe with his wife Natalie (left) for the majority of the conception period.
She attempted to pull out the ball (inset) - which was only slightly larger than a 50 cent piece - and started performing CPR during an 'excruciating' wait for paramedics.