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  • Kourtney Kardashian dumps Scott Disick

    Kourtney Kardashian has "dumped" Scott Disick. Another insider added to E! News: "Kourtney dumped him after she saw the pictures [of Scott getting close to his ex in Monte Carlo] and he hasn't been home after a month-long party binge. 'Kourtney has always taken Scott back and been by his side, but now with three kids it has gotten old.

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  • Inside our August issue

    Women's Health August issue is on sale now!You know how it goes. One minute your hand’s steering the cursor around Pinterest, the next it’s on an “add to basket” rampage in some far-flung corner of the internet. Or, you’re in a shop, frothing over something

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  • Angry Kyrgios denies Wimbledon 'tanking'

    Nick Kyrgios furiously denied giving up trying as he crashed out of Wimbledon and slammed his image as the bad boy of tennis in terse exchanges with reporters. The temperamental Australian, who missed out on reaching the quarter-finals in a 7-5, 6-1, 6-7 (7/9), 7-6 (8/6) to Richard Gasquet on Monday, vented his frustration at suggestions he "tanked" a game in the disastrous second set with a string of sarcastic replies. Gasquet broke in the second game of the second set and Kyrgios responded petulantly -- appearing to "tank" in the next game as he walked in the opposite direction to one Gasquet serve and then gently knocked another return into the net.

  • The morning after: Cheers fade as Greeks face reality

    After jubilant celebrations by 'No' voters, Athens returned to a reality of ATM queues on Monday and the shock news that the finance minister, champion of the victorious anti-austerity camp, had quit.

  • Eurozone's poorer nations take hard line on Greece

    The eurozone's poorer former communist nations, having themselves endured painful reforms and austerity programmes, are taking a hard line on Greece after its people voted to reject creditors' bailout terms. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia have long insisted they are too poor to pay for the mistakes made by wealthier Greece and that it should have stuck to the reforms and austerity measures laid out in its massive 240-billion-euro ($273 billion) bailout.

  • Man shoots off firework from top of his head, dies

    A 22-year-old man who was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, killing him instantly. Devon Staples and his friends had been drinking and setting off fireworks Saturday night in the backyard of a friend's home in eastern Maine, said Stephen McCausland, a spokesman for the state Department of Public Safety. Staples, 22, of Calais, a small city on the Canadian border, placed a reloadable fireworks mortar tube on his head and told his friends he was going to light it, McCausland said.

  • Horrific car crash caught on dash cam

    A woman is in hospital after her car flipped several times, with the crash caught on another vehicle's dash cam.

  • Samsung Electronics Q2 profit drop misses estimates

    Samsung Electronics on Tuesday flagged a second-quarter drop in operating profit that missed analyst estimates after sales of its newest flagship smartphone failed to meet expectations. The giant smartphone and memory-chip maker predicted operating profit of around 6.9 trillion won ($6.1 billion) for the April-June period, down more than 4.0 percent from a year earlier. The company has seen profits sag since late 2013 due to heightened competition in an increasingly saturated smartphone market that it had dominated for years.

  • Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are Married

    Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have tied the knot this weekend, a source tells WHO. Photo: GettyIt's a fairy tale come true for That '70s Show fans: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are married.The stars tied the knot this weekend, a source tells WHO. Reps

  • Fantastic Four's Josh Trank: The original films 'weren't very good'

    The 31-year-old director thinks Simon Kinberg's 2005 and 2007 adaptations of the comic book film - which starred Jessica Alba and Chris Evans - "weren't very good", and, for this reason, he understands why audiences are skeptical about his upcoming interpretation, starring Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell. Josh said: "I get the skepticism going into it because the previous movies weren't very good.

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  • The Latest: Spain ready to talk about third Greek bailout

    Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said his government is ready to talk about a third Greek bailout. The minister conceded the situation now was probably the most complex since the euro launched in 1999 but that the currency's irreversibility would be reaffirmed at the meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday. Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman says Germany sees no basis at present for entering negotiations on a new bailout program for Greece, but that the door remains open.

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  • Missing WA prospector assumed dead

    A woman who went missing while prospecting with her husband in Western Australia's Goldfields region four months ago is not expected to be found alive. The alarm was raised after their emaciated Great Dane wandered into the Sandstone Caravan Park, about 30km away, about a week later. "We now believe it's a recovery mission," Major Crime Division Detective Superintendent Alan Morton told reporters on Monday.

  • How to knock years off your mortgage

    Many home owners aspire to pay off their home loan as quickly as possible. The good news is that it is achievable, with just a little careful financial management. According to the Reserve Bank, around half of all Australian borrowers are actually ahead of their mortgage repayments.

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  • Anger rises over cancelled Bali flights

    Thousands of angry passengers are trying to salvage their holiday plans after several flights to Bali were cancelled. Grant Wynne reports.

  • Caitlyn Jenner's mother admits worries

    Caitlyn Jenner's mother felt like she had lost her son when the Olympian first revealed she was transgender. Caitlyn - who was previously known as Bruce Jenner - opened up to the public about her transition last month and Caitlyn's mother Esther admitted she found the news upsetting at first. Meanwhile, Caitlyn admitted she previously "totally isolated" herself from the transgender community and admitted she has a lot of "catching up" to do with people who have faced the same struggles as she has.

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  • Queen Elsa's special meeting with racially abused girl

    An Aboriginal girl who was racially abused while dressed as Queen Elsa from Disney's, Frozen, has had a very special meeting with her favourite animated leading lady. Samara Muir, from Ballarat, was subjected to a nasty discriminatory rant while waiting in line for a Disney event at a shopping centre in Taylors Lake last month. What was supposed to be a fairytale day turned ugly when a mother and her daughters turned on the three-year-old, telling her she couldn't be Elsa due to the colour of her skin.

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  • McKinnon payout could exceed $10m

    Alex McKinnon could expect a compensation payout even greater than the $10 million being spoken of within two years over the tackle that ended his NRL career last year, a leading litigation lawyer believes. On the Nine Network's 60 Minutes program on Sunday night, McKinnon indicated for the first time he is considering legal action over the spinal injury he suffered in March last year. The former St George Illawarra and Newcastle forward has already been issued with the maximum $500,000 compensation payout available to NRL players and around $1.2 million was raised towards his care in last season's Rise For Alex round.

  • Drug dealers allegedly caught using children to screen buyers

    Children “barely out of nappies” have been used as ice concierges to protect their drug-dealing parents from being raided by police. Parents were caught using their primary school aged children to screen drug buyers at homes in Wagga Wagga during an extraordinary drug sting last month, which caught 46 dealers. Wagga Wagga Local Area Command Superintendent Bob Noble has now vowed to tackle the region’s ice problem, reports News Corp.

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  • Chinese tourists boost Thai economy but stir outrage

    Accused of urinating in public, spitting on the street, or kicking a sacred temple bell -- free-spending Chinese tourists are receiving a mixed welcome as their soaring numbers help the kingdom's creaking economy. Last month it was a photo of a young girl peeing in the grounds of Bangkok's Grand Palace that triggered the latest round of enraged, and sometimes racist, comments as Thai social media users claimed she was Chinese. In March a Thai model's video of tourists from China jumping the queue at an airport was viewed more than two million times and saw a similarly angry rant against Thailand's largest group of foreign holidaymakers.

  • Mundine begs to fight Mayweather

    Anthony Mundine has turned to begging Floyd Mayweather to be his next opponent, writing an open letter asking for a bout. “My name is Anthony “The Man” Mundine,” it begins, highlighting that despite his claims to be “the uncrowned best athlete of all time” Mundine recognises Mayweather probably has no idea who he is. Mundine goes on to plead to be considered as Mayweather’s opponent for his final fight on September 12.