• 'I'm ashamed of myself': Woman accused of having sex with student breaks down

    The court was told Sonia Mackay manipulated the 17-year-old student into continuing the relationship by threatening self-harm.

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  • Sarah Michelle Gellar sparks debate with lingerie post

    She's accused of being 'fatphobic' for posting a slim photo of herself.

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  • China has another new development under construction in the disputed South China Sea just as Xi Jinping completes a friendly tour of the region

    Beijing appears to have very quickly and quietly built a new structure in the contested South China Sea. The news comes as China's President Xi Jinping makes the first state visit to Manila by a Chinese leader in 13 years. After visits to Papua New Guinea and Brunei in the last week, Xi told his counterpart that friendship was "the only right choice" for China and the Philippines.

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  • Son's heartbreaking admission about Michael Schumacher's condition

    The teenage son of Michael Schumacher has offered a heartbreaking insight into the F1 legend's condition.

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  • Trump's manic statement letting Saudi Arabia off the hook for Khashoggi reveals a dark US secret

    President Donald Trump issued a bizarre statement Tuesday explaining why he would take no action against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman even though the de facto Saudi leader may well have had the journalist Jamal Khashoggi brutally murdered. Trump's statement was full of falsehoods and makes for a frightening read, but it reveals a dark secret about US foreign policy: It needs Saudi Arabia and has always turned a blind eye. Accepting the killing of Khashoggi is horrific, but the US can't really pursue regime change in Saudi Arabia without opening itself up to extreme danger.

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  • The single biggest factor ruining your sex life

    And there's no escaping it.

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  • 'I'm out of here!' Tradie leaves work at smoko after winning $10m lotto jackpot

    'I’m walking out right now. I think everyone will come with me for a celebratory drink!'

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  • Dead baby washed up on Australian tourist beach was drown by her family as a 'sacrifice,' police say

    A nine-month-old baby girl whose body has washed up on an iconic Australian surfing beach was "sacrificed" by her family, according to local police. The baby's body is believed to have drifted in the current for two days before washing ashore at the hugely popular tourist beach city of Surfers Paradise. Sources familiar with the investigation told Australian Associated Press that a family of four were identified on CCTV travelling across the state line between Queensland and New South Wales on Australia's eastern coast.

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  • Australia's one-armed bricklaying robot has shifted to a secret base

    Australia's one-armed robot bricklayer, which this month was credited to have built a house in just three days, has moved to a secret location. Mike Pivac, the CEO of Robotic technology company FBR, told the AGM that the Hadrian X, the commercial version of the robot, was shifted to a "secret, secure" location. "This was partly due to the physical constraints of our (Perth) High Wycombe facility, and partly to ensure our people were able to concentrate on getting the job done without the daily distractions that come with being part of a company that attracts the public interest," he says.

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  • Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban finally sell Nashville home for $3.7m (15 photos)

    Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban have finally sold their Nashville, Tennessee home after two years on the market. The house was sold for for $3.7 million, reports The Sun a huge 1 million bucks cheaper than they first listed it back in 2016. Earlier this year in June, the couple dropped the price by $500K to $4.3M but the property still hadn’t been snapped up. Located in rural Tennessee, the property boasts four bedrooms – including a top floor master suite – and is bright and airy. Take a look at the gorgeous rustic retreat. Got a story tip? Send it to tips@oath.com Want more lifestyle and celebrity news? Follow Yahoo Lifestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or sign up to our daily newsletter here.

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  • The P-plater road rules that most people don't know about

    Many P-platers have admitted they don't know these simple road rules that have been in place for 10 years.

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  • A Malaysian-Australian model -- once voted Malaysia’s most eligible bachelor -- has been killed in Syria while fighting for ISIS

    ASIO has confirmed the death of Malaysian-Australian former part-time model Amirrudin Hud Rashid Milson, who was once voted Malaysia’s most eligible bachelor. Milson joins more than 220 Australians who have left to fight for ISIS overseas, as radicalisation becomes an increasing worry in the country. In 2010, Amirrudin Hud Rashid Milson was voted Malaysia’s most eligible bachelor by popular women’s magazine Cleo.

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  • Boxer labelled 'worst in the world' after humiliating pro debut

    How is this guy a professional boxer?

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  • A bold F-35 pilot carried out a 'bizarre' backward landing on Britain's largest warship

    A British F-35 pilot has pulled off what the Royal Navy called a "milestone" manoeuvre, executing a backward landing on the deck of Britain's largest warship. "It was briefly bizarre to bear down on the ship and see the waves parting on the bow as you fly an approach aft facing," the test pilot said. A British F-35 pilot has pulled off what the Royal Navy called a "milestone" manoeuvre, executing a backward landing on the deck of Britain's largest warship, the HMS Queen Elizabeth.

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  • Crops are rotting in fields as Trump’s trade war bites US farmers

    American farmers are struggling to sell their products as tariffs introduced during the trade war between Washington and Beijing stifle demand. In certain states, farmers are being forced into ploughing their crops under - effectively burying them under soil in fields - as there is simply not enough storage room in storage facilities. The problem is most acute for soybean farmers, as China generally buys around 60% of US soybeans, but purchases have basically stopped since tariffs began.

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  • Shocking biting allegations levelled against Jarryd Hayne

    Seven News has revealed shocking biting allegations made against Jarryd Hayne after he was charged with aggravated sexual assault.

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  • Forget buying the cheapest house on the best street — a real-estate exec says there's a smarter move to make

    There are several ways to spot an up-and-coming neighbourhood, like keeping an eye out for new businesses and restaurants where people congregate and for an increase in renovations. "They used to say buy the cheapest apartment in the most expensive building, but it's better to buy slightly outside if you have to and can't afford to be in the area," Durkin said in an interview with Mansion Global, published this month, about the best area for investing in luxury properties.

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  • The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's 71 years of marriage in pictures (29 photos)

    The Queen and Prince Philip celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary on November 20, 2018. The couple were married on November 20th 1947, in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey. For their anniversary however, the Queen and Prince Philip seemed to have opted for a more private affair. Here is a look back over their 71 years of marriage.

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  • The areas in Sydney and Melbourne most at risk of apartment oversupply

    Analysis from Citi shows the Melbourne CBD is most at risk of apartment oversupply. While Sydney has more regions deemed at-risk, oversupply concerns aren’t as heightened as the key Melbourne trouble spots. Analysis from Citi shows the areas in Sydney and Melbourne most at risk from apartment oversupply.

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  • Singapore's Changi Airport catches Harry Potter fever (7 photos)

    Cementing its title as the world’s favourite passenger terminal, Singapore’s Changi Airport has launched an elaborate Harry Potter-themed exhibition that is entirely free for travellers. From November 2018 until mid-February 2019, visitors at Changi can embark on a journey inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts stories and films series as they experience the airport’s annual festive campaign. A first-of-its-kind collaboration with Warner Bros in Singapore, the exhibit offers fans the chance to explore a large-scale re-creation of Hogsmeade Village, dress up as a wizard, learn how to cast a spell, and practice their Quidditch skills at A Wizarding World Holiday at Changi. Four life-sized setups are spread across the airport’s three terminals, all inspired by some of the most iconic locations seen in the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films, such as Hogsmeade Village, Diagon Alley, the Whomping Willow (found on the grounds at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry), and Newt Scamander’s Menagerie as seen in the new film, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. 

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