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Territory sojourn for twins

THE Melbourne folk-pop duo, the Pierce Brothers aren’t strangers to the Territory having visited for the last few years.

Fresh after performing overseas and putting together the first of three EPs due out in coming months, the Pierce Brothers, are embarking on a national tour.

The twins Jack and Pat Pierce, have performed in Darwin on a least two occasions and have even made the trek out to Nhulunbuy at least three times.

Jack Pierce said they were always lured up to the Top End and enjoyed their time up here.

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Hipster claims he was into PSY waaaay before Gangnam Style

Korean internet sensation PSY flies into Australia tonight to promote his hit song Gangnam Style, but one fan says he’d prefer it if the singer played his older material instead.

Melbourne hipster Johnny White says he has been following PSY’s career for over a decade. “I’ve been into PSY since he was doing late night spots at karaoke bars in Seoul and, I gotta tell you, his early material is much better. Things kinda started to go downhill after his 2005 release, Sa Jib.

“Everyone’s just jumping on the bandwagon now, which is unfortunate because it makes the PSY posters in my bedroom look a bit mainstream, although they are originals from 2002”.

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Watch As Waleed Aly Brilliantly Takes Down A Box Of Cereal

A clip of The Project host Waleed Aly comprehensively taking down a box of Nutri Grain from a very high shelf has gone viral.

One fan said the video – which has already notched 52 million views – was just perfect. “The way he calmly and methodically took that box down from what was a pretty challenging position up there on the fourth shelf was impressive. But then to systematically unpack the box – carefully considering both sides equally – was amazing. I’m a big fan,” Sophie Bridges from Milingimby said.

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Pokémon Go Draws To Close After Final Little Piece Of Customer Data Captured

Describing it as a ‘wonderful, exciting adventure’, Pokémon Go creator Niantic has announced that the game will now come to an end, after the final, adorable little piece of customer information was captured in a suburban park in outer San Francisco last night.

“It’s been so much fun collecting all your data. We captured some really rare stuff,” Niantic executive James O’Neil said.

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