TikTok star Tayla Clement explains Moebius Syndrome
6 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
TikTok star Tayla Clement explains Moebius Syndrome, which has paralysed part of her face causing her inability to smile.
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Commonwealth Bank amps up e-commerce drive with new platform
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From the Archives, 1972: Sniper wounds four at polling booth
On the day that saw Gough Whitlam lead the Labor Party back to office, a sniper wounded four people at a polling booth in Waverley.