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Huge waves batter Bali tourist spots

Liam Croy – The West Australian on June 16, 2016, 5:58 am Video Big waves batter Bali 1 Visitors to Bali have been warned about unusually strong and dangerous tides which have battered tourist hot spots in the past two weeks.

Vision has emerged of waves flooding Kuta beach and smashing into Ku De Ta in Seminyak and the Rock Bar in Jimbaran Bay.

Waves crash over a beachside pool.

Paul Levey and his partner Michelle outside the Hotel Quirinale in Rome.

Picture: Ella Pellegrini

Cardinal George Pell has finished giving evidence to the child sexual abuse royal commission.

Paul Levey and his partner Michelle outside the Hotel Quirinale in Rome.

Picture: Ella Pellegrini AS HE lined up to join a guided tour of the Colosseum in central Rome, Paul Levey got to talking with the ticket seller about tattoos.

British tourist set for Australia refused entry to Thailand after using passport as toilet paper

British tourist set for Australia refused entry to Thailand after using passport as toilet paper A woman s holiday plans were ruined after Thai authorities refused to let her into the country – because she d used her passport as toilet paper.

Faye Wilson had hoped to spend a month in Thailand before heading to Australia to work for a year

Should we feel guilty for watching the Super Bowl?

Should football be banned?

It s been nearly two years since the National Football League admitted in federal court 1 that nearly one-third of NFL players go on to develop cognitive problems.

Back in 1905, President Teddy Roosevelt threatened to ban football completely 2 , unless the sport shaped up and outlawed moves like throttling and eye-gouging.