• Katie Price shows off 'natural' chest

    Katie Price has shown off her "natural" breasts for the first time. The 36-year-old star had to have her most recent implants removed last month after suffering from complications from the breast reduction operation. Katie has now unveiled the size of her normal bust by posting a photo on her YouGossip page.

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  • Will Smith: 'I fell in love with my costar'

    Will Smith has confessed he fell in love with Stockard Channing after the two co-starred in Six Degrees of Separation. Will Smith may be happily married to Jada PInkett Smith - but she wasn't always the woman on his mind. In a recent interview with GQ, Smith, 46, admitted that he fell deeply in love with a female co-star 25 years older than him while he was experimenting with method acting while filming Six Degrees of Separation with Stockard Channing and Donald Sutherland.

  • Prince Charles frustrated by Middletons

    Britain's Prince Charles is reportedly frustrated by the influence Duchess Catherine's parents have in Prince William's life. The 66-year-old heir-to-the-throne is said to feel upset that his son and daughter-in-law - who are expecting their second child together - spend so much time with her parents Michael and Carole Middleton, including a recent holiday to Mustique, while he rarely gets to see his grandson Prince George, 19 months. The family have made few, if any, trips to Charles' Highgrove estate in Gloucestershire over the past year, with insiders speculating William is keen to protect his family from a similar "stiff" upbringing to the one he endured, while Carole is said to not get along particularly well with William's stepmother Duchess Camilla.

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  • Final push to save Chan and Sukumaran

    As Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan face death's door, the federal government is making its final push to convince Indonesia's president to spare them from execution. The government may have more time for the delicate mission, after Joko Widodo indicated the Bali Nine drug smugglers will not be executed this week. Chan, 31, and Sukumaran, 33, were transferred to Nusakambangan on Wednesday, the island off central Java where, along with up to eight others, the two men are set to be executed by firing squad.

  • Mars' once-giant sea revealed

    Mars once had enough water to cover the entire planet, according to research published Thursday in Science.But based on analysis of the planet's surface, it's more likely that the planet had most of its liquid water in one ocean that covered 20 percent

    The West Australian
  • Migrants lazy way to grow economy: Hockey

    Treasurer Joe Hockey says immigration is the lazy way to grow the economy. Mr Hockey said the government was forecasting a drop in immigration as a percentage of the total population. "Immigration is a rather lazy way to try to grow your economy," Mr Hockey told ABC radio.

  • Tests confirm family killed in murder-suicide

    A Queensland grandfather suspected of killing his daughter and grandson west of Brisbane took his own life, a post-mortem examination has found. The bodies of pregnant woman Kris-Deann Sharpley, 27, her seven-year-old son Jackson and her father Derek, 52, were found in a home at Biddeston, outside Toowoomba, on Monday evening. Pathology results relating to Mr Sharpley have confirmed what police originally suspected, Detective Inspector David Isherwood said.

  • Harrison Ford 'seriously injured' in plane crash

    Harrison Ford has been taken to hospital following a plane crash in the US. According to several reports, Harrison Ford is in critical condition after crashing his plan into a Los Angeles golf course. TMZ reports that the 72-year-old was piloting a vintage WW2 training plane when he crashed into the Penmar Golf Course.

    New Idea
  • Australian Dollar at Potential Turning Point

    DailyFX.com - Receive the Weekly Speculative Sentiment Index report via PDF via David’s e-mail distribution list. AUDUSD - The ratio of long to short positions in the AUDUSD stands at -1.14 as 47% of traders are long. Yesterday the ratio was -1.18

  • Mark Zuckerberg's one rule for hiring at Facebook

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has just one rule that helps him determine whether a candidate would be a good fit for the company. "I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person," Zuckerberg told a group attending the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Zuckerberg, who has a net worth of around $35 billion, also noted that hiring is a problem at Facebook, because there is more work to do than people to accomplish it.

    Yahoo7 Finance
  • Lion opens tourists’ car door during safari

    Forget opposable thumbs, one enterprising lion has figured out how to open car doors with its teeth and terrify unsuspecting tourists.

    Total Travel
  • Defective gene can affect feel-good cycle

    While you may not yet have heard of it, MTHFR is the acronym for methylene tetra hydro folate reductase, a gene that produces a crucial enzyme (it is not a rude text message). MTHFR is important in many functions of the human body but this article will focus on its connection to mental health issues — depression, autism, schizophrenia, ADHD and bipolar disorder. One such process is methylation.

    The West Australian
  • This is how long it takes to become a millionaire

    Author Thomas Corley has been busy studying the habits of the rich and poor over the last five years, and through that research has found how long it takes to make it rich. “That’s how long it took the average self-made millionaire, according to my data.

    The Hip Pocket
  • Coffee pods 'harming' our planet

    As the International Coffee Awards kicked off today in Melbourne, John Sylvan, the co-founder of US espresso pod brand, K-Cups, criticised his own invention. Millions of people use the do-it-yourself pods everyday, but Mr Sylvan, an entrepreneur turned environmentalist, revealed he does not use the product because he thinks they are expensive and bad for the environment. Mr Sylvan created the coffee-in-a-pod system in the ‘90’s and then sold his stake in the company for $50,000 to American coffee giant Keurig, which has made a multi-billion dollar windfall from sales worldwide.

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  • 'Drunk' woman loses to landlord

    A woman left paraplegic after falling over a balustrade in a rental home has failed in her claim for damages against the landlord after a judge ruled she was extremely drunk at the time. On Christmas Day 2009, Jane Hutch and her two children were toasting her new two-storey townhouse in Doubleview when disaster struck. Ms Hutch, who was 47 at the time, toppled over an upstairs balustrade and fell metres to the tiled floor below, suffering head and spinal injuries that left her permanently confined to a wheelchair.

    The West Australian
  • Matera sues Leighton over quay

    Like most days during his AFL career, Phil Matera feels he has been thrust into a "David versus Goliath" duel, only this time it threatens bankruptcy. The former West Coast star is suing Leighton Contractors, the construction arm of Australia's biggest contracting company, for at least $4.7 million because of a deal that went sour over the Elizabeth Quay project. Mr Matera claims his business had direct losses of $3.58 million, mainly because the contractor did not agree he should be paid extra to replace "unsuitable soil" with landfill outside their contract.

    The West Australian
  • School children tell of abduction scare

    First On 7: Three young children have told how they feared they would be snatched off the street when they were targeted by a predator near their school. Eleven-year-old twins Dessie and Kosta Mandritis, and their ten-year-old sister Caroline, who attend East Ivanhoe Primary School, were walking home on Monday afternoon when they were approached by a would-be abductor who tried to lure them into his car. The children’s father, Chris Mandritis, was shocked that the girls were approached.

  • US billionaire says WWII Japanese ship found in Philippines

    Manila (AFP) - Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen said Wednesday he had found one of Japan's biggest and most famous battleships on a Philippine seabed, some 70 years after American forces sank it during World War II.

  • Where the most millionaires are moving-and fleeing

    According to a new study from global real estate consultant Knight Frank with Fragomen, the immigration specialist for the wealthy, more millionaires than ever are looking for homes in other countries. So where are millionaires moving from and going to to? The second largest millionaire loser is India, which saw 43,400, or 27 percent of its millionaires, leave the country in those 10 years.

  • Hackers threaten phone in your pocket, experts warn

    The boom in smartphones among often careless users has made happy hunting for hackers, whose virus attacks and hijacking of unprotected mobiles are multiplying, experts warn. Security analysts and companies at this week's Mobile World Congress, a top wireless telecom fair in Barcelona, Spain, said phone makers and users must be on guard to stop hackers getting into your pocket. "With smartphones we are going through what we went through 15 years ago with personal computers," said Tanguy de Coatpont, head of the French branch of international anti-virus firm Kaspersky Lab.