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Meet the Aussie “Kardashians”! (sizzling hot videos-photos!)

They’ve been nicknamed the Kardashians of the surfing world – and it is clear to see why.
Stunning Aussie sisters Ellie-Jean Coffey, 22, and 17-year-old Holly-Daze have racked up over one million followers on Instagram thanks to their stunning bikini shots and glamorous lifestyle.

Bikini Coffee Shop: The coffee isn’t the only thing that’ll perk you up at this cafe (15+1 HOT PHOTOS)

A coffee shop has a bikini dress code that the female boss claims is “empowering” but a city councilman has argued exploits women.

The uniform sees the women don bikinis or underwear, with some choosing to simply have colorful stickers over their nipples, as they serve coffee from a stand in Washington.

Australian laws apply for all: Prince of Denmark denied entry to pub because he had no ID

A Danish prince was temporarily denied entry to a bar in the Australian city of Brisbane because he did not have proper identification, local media say.
Crown Prince Frederik, 49, and his entourage were reportedly only able to get into the bar with the help of diplomatic protection police officers.
They are said to have told staff proof of ID in this case was not necessary.

Turkish police say working with Australia on foiled Etihad bomb plan

Turkish police have said they were working with Australian authorities to investigate a foiled plot to bomb an Etihad Airways flight using explosives which Canberra said were flown in from Turkey.

In a statement issued late on Aug. 5, police said they had contacted Australian authorities as soon as they received news of the foiled plot.

Australia Charges Two Men in Sydney Over Plot to Blow up Plane

Two men have been charged with terrorism offences in Sydney for their alleged plot to blow up a passenger plane, according to the Independent.

A 49-year-old man and a 32-year-old man have been charged with two counts of acts in preparation for, or planning, a terrorist act, the Australian Federal Police said.

Australian plane plot may have involved bomb or gas

Four men accused of plotting to bring down a plane planned to use poisonous gas or a crude bomb disguised as a meat mincer, reports said on July 31, with Australian officials calling preparations "advanced."

The men -- reportedly two Lebanese-Australian fathers and their sons -- were arrested in raids across Sydney on July 29 evening.