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  • Halt Indonesia drug executions until graft claims probed: Australia

    Australia urged Indonesia Monday to delay the execution of two men for drug offences until a corruption probe into their case is complete, after a report that judges sought tens of thousands of dollars in bribes. "Bali Nine" drug traffickers Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan could face the firing squad within days, along with others from Brazil, Nigeria, the Philippines and an Indonesian prisoner. The Indonesian attorney-general's office said the executions would take place this week but did not confirm a date.

    AFP
  • Disgruntled employee writes sarcastic resignation note to bosses

    A disgruntled employee has decided to get back at their boss by writing an incredibly sarcastic resignation letter and posting it online. While most people try not to burn bridges when they leave a workplace, Reddit user gahdzuks decided to take a different approach when departing the unnamed firm where they worked.

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  • John Stamos 'Calls Bulls**t' on Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's 'Full House' Shock

    John Stamos doesn't believe that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen didn't know about the Full House spin-off. It looks like Uncle Jesse is disappointed by Michelle Tanner's recent comments about a Full House reboot. John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on the '90s TV show, announced last week on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that the show was coming back with a spin-off, titled Fuller House.

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  • Mysterious clouds form 'god-like' figure over volcano

    Ash from Chile's Calbuco volcano has heaped more misery on air passengers across South America, as towns and cities struggled to clean up from last week's two powerful eruptions. A sleeping giant for more than 50 years, Calbuco sprang to life in spectacular bursts of ash and lava Wednesday and Thursday, forcing 6,500 people living nearby to evacuate and blanketed southern Chile in suffocating volcanic debris.

    AFP
  • Shock moment monkey attacks man for giving middle finger

    The moral of this story is, much like smiling at a proverbial crocodile, you should never give the middle finger to a monkey. CCTV footage has captured the moment a young man underestimated a staunch little Simian monkey's ability to read hand gestures.

    Yahoo7 News
  • Bayley housemate stopped rape with axe

    Adrian Ernest Bayley's former housemate once swung an axe at the notorious rapist and murderer to rescue a girl Bayley was raping. The man, identified as Barry, told Network Ten he had no idea Bayley was on parole for five rapes when Bayley answered an online advertisement and moved into his house. Barry says Bayley made a good first impression “being the average Joe Blow” and described his housemate as “professional, clean, tidy”.

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  • Spice Girls Boycott Geri Halliwell's Wedding

    Geri Halliwell and Christian Horner are set to tie the knot in the next few weeks in West London. Geri Halliwell may be marrying the man of her dreams in the next few weeks, but it looks like all her former Spice Girls bandmates won't be there to join the celebrations. Sources have confirmed that Mel C. will be busy working on Asia's Got Talent, while Victoria Beckham will be overseas with work commitments.

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  • Wife of man shot dead by lover's husband confronts 'other woman' on TV

    A mother whose husband was shot dead by his lover's partner has had an explosive confrontation with the "other woman" on a TV talk show. The Daily Mail reported that American Emmett Corrigan was having an affair with Kandi Hall and was shot by her husband, Rob, in 2011. Mr Hall is serving 30 years in jail and this month Mrs Hall appeared with Mr Corrigan's wife Ashlee Birk on the Dr Phil televisiion show.

    Yahoo7
  • Natalie Barr: Celebrating 20 years on air!

    Over 13 years ago, a relatively unknown TV journalist named Natalie Barr slinked into TV’s night of nights – the Logie Awards – wearing a Collette Dinnigan dress she bought herself. 'Years ago, the [Channel Seven] wardrobe department wasn't established.

    New Idea
  • At just over $60, this fake Apple Watch offers features the real one lacks

    In Shenzhen's famous Huaqiangbei electronics shopping district, you won't need to stand in any lines or make an appointment for these smartwatches. At 299 yuan—that's just over $60—you can pick up a smartwatch that looks quite similar to Apple's own creation, complete with replica Digital Crown and touch screen. What this no-name watch provides that Apple doesn't is phone calls right from the watch—without the need to connect to your smartphone—through a built-in microphone and surprisingly clear speaker.

    Yahoo7 Finance
  • Antonia Kidman's ex-husband Angus Hawley dies suddenly at 46

    Reports suggest that Hawley, 46, died of a heart attack while on a business trip in New York. Angus's brother Phillip released the following statement last night on behalf of the Hawley family. "We confirm that Angus Hawley has suddenly and very unexpectedly died of a suspected heart attack whilst in New York attending a conference.

    New Idea
  • IS doctor a 'sexually manipulative fraud': Reports

    The Australian doctor hailed as the face of Islamic State’s health service has been described as a “fraud” and a “creep” who slept with his patients, according to reports. Tareq Kamleh, 23, featured in the terror group's latest propaganda video urging medical professionals to join IS and help launch a healthcare service in Syria. Kamleh, who called himself Abu Yusuf in the video, said he had travelled from Australia to offer his services as part of his ‘jihad for islam’.

    Yahoo7 and Agencies
  • US sailor jumps from 10th floor

    A 22-year-old sailor from USS Carl Vinson jumped from the 10th storey of a Perth hotel after a row early this morning. The man was with a woman, also from the US aircraft carrier, at the Parmelia Hilton Perth on Mill Street about 1.15am. A WA police spokeswoman said it was believed the man and woman were involved allegedly in an altercation early this morning which led the man to jump from a balcony into a hotel pool.

    The West Australian
  • Hemsworth 'spent months' becoming Thor

    Chris Hemsworth spent "four or five months" preparing to become Thor. The 31-year-old hunk, who stars as the comic book hero in 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron', has revealed the lengths he goes to in order to fulfil the iconic role. Chris - who's reunited with the likes of Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo for the new movie - explained: "[Preparing] is a good four or five months of all the boring activities, lifting weights and eating lots and lots of protein.

    The West Australian
  • We should let Greece go bankrupt: Ifo's Sinn

    Europe needs to allow for bankruptcy within its borders and keeping Greece in the euro zone could be riskier than letting it go, the president of the influential Ifo Institute for Economic Research in Germany told CNBC Monday. But, according to the Ifo's Hans Werner-Sinn, that could be the best possible outcome for the country, following yet another round of inconclusive talks over reforms between Greece and its lenders this weekend. "I would say, in the end, a (Greek exit) is also desirable, because if one accompanies this exit with the help of the European community, with the promise to keep the gate open for Greece to return at a later point in time, this may well be a chance to regain the competitiveness of the country by devaluation," he told CNBC Europe's "Squawk Box" Monday.

    CNBC
  • Boyfriend fought to save soulmate

    The boyfriend of an Albany teenager who drowned while fishing on rocks on Sunday has told how he desperately tried to save his "beautiful soulmate". In a Facebook post yesterday, Mr Kozlov said Ms Douglas slipped while throwing a fish in the water. "I looked back and she was face down in the water," Mr Kozlov wrote.

    The West Australian
  • Internet rejoices after teenager helps elderly customer walk home

    A young supermarket employee has become an internet sensation after he helped an elderly customer walk home. Samantha-Jayne Brady took a photo of 18-year-old Christian Trouesdale as he held the man's hand and carried his shopping from an Aldi supermarket in the United Kingdom. “I asked my manager if it was OK to walk him home and he said it was the right thing to do, so I did,” he told The Bolton News.

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  • Anastasia and Tim back on The Block

    Anastasia and Tim have returned to The Block Triple Threat after quitting for just one day, with a promise to donate their winnings to charity. Anastasia was clearly still upset when she returned to The Block, giving Deanne the cold shoulder when she welcomed her back. “She got exactly what she has been giving me for the last ten weeks - nothing,” Anastasia told a camera operator.

    The West Australian
  • Scientists convinced of quake, drill link

    Scientists are now more certain than ever that oil and gas drilling is causing hundreds of earthquakes across the US, with the evidence coming in from one study after another. Until now, the oil and gas industry has generally argued that any such link requires further study. A series of government and academic studies over the past few years - including at least two reports released last week alone - has added to the body of evidence implicating the US drilling boom over the past decade or so.

    AP
  • Home affordability in Sydney tightens up

    Risks of mortgage defaults in Sydney and Melbourne are growing as soaring house prices are matched with bigger loans and deteriorating affordability, ratings agency Moody's warns. Housing affordability has eroded in Australia's two biggest cities during the past year, as house prices rose sharply while wages remained flat. Sydneysiders living in two-income households are spending 35.1 per cent - or more than a third of their income - on mortgage repayments, while Melbourne households are spending 28.2 per cent, Moody's Housing Affordability Measure found.

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