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The world experiences two huge events in May: the Royal Wedding and the Eurovision Song Contest. The latter is an annual song contest where performers belt out powerful ballads, huge pop bangers, some of the weirdest bops of all time and hit that saxophone with grace and skill never seen before. Eurovision is weird and wonderful and must-watch TV. It's all politics and costumes and the best parts of humanity. It is the embodiment of Anything Can Happen.

Here's how to watch live, online and free in Australia!

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The Western Bulldogs and Brisbane Lions will meet at Ikon Park this Saturday afternoon in the AFLW Grand Final. For the Lions, redemption from last year's Grand Final loss looms while the Dogs will have to contend with their own loss - that of captain Katie Brennan, to suspension.

Want to watch? We have plenty of options to catch the Grand Final live, online and free this weekend.

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By their nature, the vast majority of travel books are dry affairs packed with boring (but useful) information. Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders, the new book from the minds behind the web site of the same name, eschews this approach by being a travel book meant more as inspiration to travel than it is a guide for how to behave once you get there.

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If you've had vermouth, it was probably in a martini or Manhattan, but it's doubtful you've ever been offered it neat. Fortunately, vermouth is becoming quite a "thing", and whole bars are being dedicated to this complex, flavorful, fortified wine. Keep reading to learn what vermouth is, how to choose it and what to do with it.

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Personal guides, or local fixers who can guide you one-on-one or in small groups aren't always cheap, but can enrich your travel experience and can get you behind the scenes access. If you work with one, you want to get your money's worth. Here is what to look for to make sure you do.