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WATCH: Bono's bizarre performance

The U2 singer invited an impersonator onstage with him to perform a duet.

  • RBA warns on heightened level of property investment risk

    The RBA deputy governor Philip Lowe says recent measures from banking regulator, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) were having a "positive, albeit modest, effect". "In the past couple of weeks you've seen a number of banks say they're requiring larger deposits for investor loans, they're offering smaller discounts on interest rates and smaller rebates, they're requiring higher serviceability levels," Dr Lowe said at yesterday's Thomson Reuters regulatory summit in Sydney. How far can you push the tighter regulation of the banking system without causing the same volume of loans to be made but just through a different financial intermediary," Dr Lowe said.

    Property Observer
  • Tunisia arrests second Morocco suspect in Bardo attack

    Tunisia has arrested a second Moroccan suspect over a deadly attack in March on the Bardo museum in Tunis, detaining him at the border with Libya, the interior ministry said Thursday. Noureddine al-Naibi was arrested on Sunday at the Ras Jedir border post on suspicion of indirect involvement in the attack, ministry spokesman Mohamed Ali Aroui told AFP. Around 50 people have been detained in Tunisia as part of an investigation into the attack claimed by the Islamic State group.

  • Demi Lovato reveals mental illness struggles

    Demi Lovato thinks it's "okay to have a mental illness". The 22-year-old singer has been dealing with bipolar disorder for several years and has, therefore, launched her own campaign aimed at tackling the negative stigma against mental illness.

    Bang Showbiz
  • Investment waste land follows commodities boom

    The economic hole dug by Australia’s biggest commodities boom is not being filled. Investment in mines, oil and gas has kept afloat the economy over the past four years. The hope, the policy expectation, was that this gaping investment hole would be filled by the non-mining sector.

    The West Australian
  • Anderson takes 400th Test wicket

    James Anderson became the first England bowler, and 12th overall, to take 400 Test wickets when he dismissed New Zealand's Martin Guptill on the first day of the second Test at Headingley on Friday. Anderson, who started this match with 399 Test wickets, needed just eight balls to reach the landmark on Friday when he had opener Guptill well-caught for a duck by Ian Bell, who held a sharp chance above his head at second slip off a classic swinging delivery. Lancashire paceman Anderson, 32, achieved the milestone in his 104th Test.

    AFP 49 mins ago
  • Former courier breaks his silence

    The former Geelong courier accused of ripping off fellow colleagues in a powerball syndicate has insisted he bought the winning $16 million ticket with his own money.

  • Why do women cheat? Ashley Madison CEO tells all

    In this Q&A, we got Noel Biderman, founder and CEO of the marital-affair site Ashley Madison, to tell all, from why women cheat to how affairs can actually HELP a marriage and why he thinks he'll do well in China. Why do women cheat?

  • Kim Kardashian Literally Becomes Marilyn Monroe

    Now Kim can place Vogue Brazil on her shelf alongside covers of the magazine's American and Australian editions. In dual covers released Wednesday, the 34-year-old reality star goes full Marilyn Monroe, her Paris Fashion Week platinum locks back in action. The first of the two covers shot by Ellen Von Unwerth features Kim in a pair of dinner gloves, lounging on a cheetah-print throw.

    Yahoo7 Entertainment
  • Police shoot dead suicidal man

    28-year-old Justin Way had recently lost his job. Drunk and threatening to kill himself with a large knife, his anxious girlfriend Kaitlyn Lyons called the police to an attempt to stop him harming himself. As police arrive Kaitlyn is asked to leave the house and she explained she assumed her partner would be “Baker Acted” — involuntarily committed for his own protection, she told The Daily Beast.

    Yahoo7 News
  • Chrissy Teigen's Completely Nude in "DuJour" Magazine

    Chrissy Teigen in DuJour’s latest magazine. Photo: DuJour.DuJour’s latest magazine cover hosts ubiquitous power couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.And (as usual) they look good - really, really good.In a full-length spread shot by noted photographer

    Yahoo7 Lifestyle
  • Vic lottery syndicate accused speaks out

    Gary Baron broke his silence on Thursday after 14 Geelong transport workers, his former colleagues, took the case to the Victorian Supreme Court. The syndicate games, 10 tickets totalling $520.35, were bought online on a separate day, Mr Baron says. "I have never cheated my workmates and I am disappointed that the matter has become so public and that my name, family and home have become so widely publicised," Mr Baron said in a statement.

  • Melbourne mother crippled by flu jab

    A Melbourne mother believes a routine flu shot left her crippled and trapped in her own body. Once a happy and loving mother of three, Kathy Watson Jones was left paralysed by a rare condition, where the body's immune system attacks the nervous system. Ms Watson Jones was rushed to hospital the following day and has spent the past five weeks in a rehabilitation centre.

  • Fallen iPhone records its journey to the bottom of the ocean

    Not many iPhones can fall to the bottom of the ocean and live to tell the tale. Gregory Papadin was on a holiday in Spain when he accidentally dropped his iPhone into the ocean. The phone was in the middle of recording before it fell and managed to capture its slow descent to the bottom of the ocean.

    Yahoo US
  • Tax clampdown on landlords

    Three million landlords face tougher scrutiny from the Australian Tax Office, thanks in part to a property owner who had their daughter's wedding and an overseas trip paid for by taxpayers. The tax office has revealed it will use the tax reporting season to focus on rental property deductions and "unusually large" expense claims. One of the tax office's concerns is that landlords are getting more creative in their claims.

    The West Australian
  • Mystery of holes in Swiss cheese cracked after a century

    Eureka! After about a century of research, Swiss scientists have finally cracked the mystery of the holes in Swiss cheese. Experts from Agroscope, a state centre for agricultural research, said the phenomenon -- which marks famous Swiss cheeses such as Emmental and Appenzell -- was caused by tiny bits of hay present in the milk and not bacteria as previously thought. "It's the disappearance of the traditional bucket" used during milking that caused the difference, said Agroscope spokesman Regis Nyffeler, adding that bits of hay fell into it and then eventually caused the holes.

  • Rafa Nadal's new $775,000 watch

    As tennis star Rafa Nadal took to the court Tuesday for the start of the French Open, he had a new good luck charm around his wrist: an $775,000 watch made from a space-age quartz material and built to withstand 5,000 Gs of g-force. Richard Mille, the favorite cult watch of the super rich, announced over the weekend that it's launching a new watch for Nadal called the RM 27-02. Mille has been a sponsor of Nadal's for five years, and Nadal wears Mille watches-known for their super light weight and advanced materials-in all of his matches.

  • Natalie Imbruglia dishes on some of her most famous 'flings'

    Natalie Imbruglia has finally set the record straight on some of her rumoured high-profile hook-ups with the likes of Robbie Williams, Prince Harry and Harry Styles. In the new issue of Red magazine, the 40-year-old Aussie beauty admits to 'doing lots of crazy stuff' after her 2008 divorce from husband Daniel Johns, however she reveals that some of the most famous 'flings' never actually happened. Gwyneth Paltrow's ex, Chris Martin: “We are mates and I haven’t seen him in ages,” she said - which for the record is not a no...

    New Idea
  • Wake up call for coffee drinkers

    A study from a world leading food safety body has sent shock waves through many coffee houses. Nick Etchells reports.

  • Most homeowners missing out on low rates

    Most homeowners are missing out on the full benefits of record low interest rates by failing to refinance their mortgage, financial services veteran Mark Bouris says. A survey of 1,000 Australians who took out a home loan more than two years ago shows almost half have never changed the terms of their mortgage. A further 25 per cent had not refinanced since interest rates began to fall almost four years ago, according to Mr Bouris' financial services firm Yellow Brick Road.

  • Nigeria paying $800 million to oil suppliers to end crisis

    Nigeria's outgoing government has agreed to pay a debt of $800 million to resolve a months-long fuel crisis crippling the economy days before the inauguration of a new president in the country, oil suppliers said Wednesday. Nigeria — Africa's biggest oil producer— generates more than 2 million barrels of petroleum a day but imports the refined product because its refineries are not maintained. The country frequently suffers fuel shortages, but the disruption caused by the latest is unprecedented.

    Associated Press