Australian woman finds snake curled up in Christmas tree

A woman has discovered a 1m-long venomous snake wrapped around her Christmas tree in Australia. The woman called for help to remove the tiger snake from her suburban home in Melbourne, Victoria, on Sunday. Snake catcher Barry Goldsmith said the reptile entered through an open door before curling up among the decorations. Tiger snakes, found along Australia’s coast, are highly venomous. Golfers watch snake eat wallaby Python attacks sleeping Australian boy House wakes to 5m python surprise Mr Goldsmith said the woman “reacted quite well” after making the discovery. “She…

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Christmas Market food

The Vineyard Oval Market will definitely satisfy all of your cravings. From burgers to pizza’s, waffles to ice cream the market which is set up at Kenilworth Racecourse has food trucks and food stalls spread across the venue. Since Wednesday at 1pm daily until Saturday it’s a special Christmas Market if you want to beat the mad rush at shopping centres and relax on the grass at the racecourse. The Pickled Popper is a great place to start snacking, their chilli poppers are bite sized and filled with tasty ingredients….

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Dynamic Lifestyle | Keeping The Pounds Off This Christmas

The holiday season can make sticking to a consistent workout routine difficult. Between the cooler temperatures, shorter daylight hours, travelling to visit families, food-oriented gatherings and frantic shopping schedules, squeezing in physical activity is always tough. But staying active during the holidays can be easier and more fun than you think. We’ve compiled a list of five easy ways to squeeze in a workout during the holidays that will surely keep you active and keep those inches off.   1. SET GOALS   The holidays can get so busy and…

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Ahadi Kenya to donate food ahead of Christmas

Ahadi Kenya Trust and Lotto foundation will donate foodstuff to poor families nationwide. Food will be distributed in Isiolo, Turkana, Kirinyaga, Laikipia, Meru, Kilifi, Kwale, Tharaka Nithi, West Pokot and Migori counties. Distributing food to households in Chumvi Yere, Isiolo County, on Friday, Ahadi Kenya CEO Stanley Kamau said the food will enable them welcome Christmas comfortably. He also gave out 600 shoes. Mr Kamau also said security will not be realized if communities are poor, uneducated and unemployed. He also donated a motorcycle ambulance to the county. He was…

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