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Woolworths has just launched an airport grocery collection service at Melbourne Airport. The free service allows jet-lagged customers to stock up their fridge and cupboard without breaking their trip on the way home. If you’re a frequent flier this could be indispensable — why didn’t anyone think of it sooner?
Bluetooth audio in your car makes it easy to push music from your phone to your car’s stereo system, but you lose out on those benefits when you still have to plug in to charge. Reader and DIYer Ryan Wold solved this problem by installing an inductive charger inside his vehicle.
Australia’s strict bike helmet laws made headlines around the world this week when Adelaide police stopped Virgin CEO Sir Richard Branson from riding his bicycle without a helmet. Despite being caught red-handed, the billionaire business magnate was let off with a warning. This got us to wondering: do police have a separate law for celebrities, or are all UK tourists given more leeway when it comes to bike laws?
Sometimes life seems rotten and you just want to get away from it all. Spending two months on an Arctic icebreaker probably isn’t the best way to deal with your issues, but this time-lapse video does make the prospect alluring…