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Frank Chung

New York Post

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Past articles by Frank:

Aussie entrepreneur says stores rejected ‘Bloody Karen’ cocktail fearing complaints

Renae Bunster, a Perth mum behind a $35 million hot sauce and cocktail empire, says her latest product — the Bloody Karen — has been rejected by retailers who fear complaints from “Karens” over its name. → Read More

New Star Wars book suggests Obi-Wan Kenobi is bisexual

Star Wars fans have been sent into a frenzy speculating the latest addition to the series has revealed iconic Star Wars character Obi-Wan Kenobi’s sexuality. → Read More

Office building apologises for ‘mocking employees’ with back-to-work signs

Employees returning to an office building in Canada after working from home during Covid-19 have been greeted with a series of “hostile” and “mocking” signs, sparking viral outrage and an apology from the company. → Read More

Japanese encephalitis virus: Am I at risk from mosquitos, what are symptoms, how to prevent

Two people are in intensive care with Japanese encephalitis virus, as the Federal Government urges Australians not to “panic” but be “alarmed” about the spread of the potentially fatal mosquito-borne disease in flood-affected communities. → Read More

Teacher knocked out by five-year-old in ‘cool down’ room

A teacher in Florida needed to be hospitalised after being attacked by a five-year-old student in the school’s “cool down room”. → Read More

Russia Ukraine conflict live updates: Putin says West’s sanctions are ‘akin to a declaration of war’

Vladimir Putin has likened the sanctions imposed on Russia by the West to a “declaration of war”. → Read More

Putin’s threat to ‘destroy’ as new targets hit

Vladimir Putin has declared Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is “going to plan”, arguing the two nations are “one people” and vowing to “destroy this ‘anti-Russia’ created by the West”. → Read More

US to seize Russian billionaires’ assets

Joe Biden says the US will form a special task force to seize “yachts, luxury apartments and private jets” from Russian billionaires. → Read More

Heartbreaking moment Boris Johnson tells Ukraine journalist why West won’t enter the war

As Russia’s invasion of neighbouring Ukraine drags towards the end of its first week, calls are growing from some activists for the West to step in and enforce a “no-fly zone”. → Read More

Pfizer vaccine effectiveness plummets to 12% in children 5-11, New York study shows

The effectiveness of the Pfizer vaccine for children aged five to 11 plummets to just 12 per cent within just weeks of innoculation, a new study suggests. → Read More

Russia Ukraine live updates: Putin labels West ‘empire of lies’ over sanctions

The brutal invasion of Ukraine is raging on with blasts rocking Russia’s two main targets in Kyiv and Kharkiv — cities Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly ordered the military to take by force today. → Read More

Russia Ukraine invasion: Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson defend Putin

High-profile American conservatives have spoken up in defence of Vladimir Putin after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. → Read More

750 jobs on the line after $5bn collapse

Up to 750 jobs are hanging in the balance after major construction firm Probuild was placed into voluntary administration today. → Read More

Dark secret behind addictive $4 game

A highly addictive $4 game has become a surprise hit online, rocketing into the most played charts since its release two months ago. → Read More

Single mum’s $800k Nando’s nightmare

A single Melbourne mother of four says she could be forced to sell her house after a two-and-a-half-year bullying “ordeal” by Nando’s – as new figures reveal half of the chicken chain’s franchises in Australia have closed since 2019. → Read More

Burwood, Sydney: Baby and man survive plunge from apartment balcony

A Sydney man and a baby have miraculously survived after plunging from an apartment balcony. → Read More

Covid vaccine booster: New studies suggest only three doses needed against Omicron

With coronavirus vaccines, it seems the third time’s the charm against Omicron. → Read More

‘Nowhere to hide’ from price rise pain

From the petrol pump to the supermarket checkout, Australians are being slogged with record price rises as wages struggle to keep pace. → Read More

Why so many rich people are smoking ice

A series of high-profile, wealthy Australians have been revealed to have used ice in recent weeks – highlighting the reality of the highly addictive drug’s spread through all corners of society. → Read More

What Russian invasion of Ukraine would look like

The US says the early stages of a Russian invasion of Ukraine are “unfolding right now” – so what happens next? → Read More