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Rugby player annihilates streaker

Tongan rugby player Chris Hala’ufia is known for his big hits, and this streaker found that out the hard way.

  • This Is What MacGyver Star Richard Dean Anderson Looks Like Today

    Richard Dean Anderson, now 65, was spotted out and about in Malibu, California, on Wednesday grabbing a few essentials. Now settled in Malibu, he helped design and build his own house - which featured in Architectural Digest – and is a single dad to his 16-year-old daughter Wylie Anderson.

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  • Pacquiao pleads for Indonesia to spare death row Filipina

    World boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao took time out Monday from final preparations for his $400 million megafight with Floyd Mayweather to plead for the life of a Filipina on death row in Indonesia. Pacquiao, a national hero in the Philippines, added his voice to a chorus of global opposition led by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to the executions of a group of eight foreign drug convicts, including compatriot Mary Jane Veloso. The eight-division world champion, who will face unbeaten American Mayweather in the richest fight in boxing history in Las Vegas on Saturday, appealed to Indonesian President Joko Widodo to spare Veloso from the firing squad.

    AFP
  • Duchess Catherine to be induced?

    Britain's Duchess Catherine could have her labour induced this week. The 33-year-old royal - who was known as Kate Middleton before her marriage to Prince William - is believed to have been due to give birth to her second child on April 23 and, with doctors at St. Mary's Hospital's Lindo Wing reportedly reluctant to allow a woman to go over a week past her due date, she could receive medical attention to speed up the process. It is believed Catherine and William welcomed their son Prince George, now 21 months, into the world three days late.

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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
  • 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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  • 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.

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  • 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
  • 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
  • Sophia Bush's Ex-Boyfriend Confirmed Dead in Nepal Earthquake

    The death toll has risen to more than 1,300 in Nepal after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake destroyed the capital of Katmandu early Saturday, according to the New York Times. Dan Fredinburg, a Google executive in California, had spent the last three weeks scaling the daunting mountain before succumbing to the avalanche on Saturday, according to NBC News. Fredinburg's death was announced by the expedition team he was traveling with, U.K.-based Jagged Edge, via their website.

    Who
  • MKR Grand Final - mark your diaries!

    The final two teams of My Kitchen Rules will go head to head on Monday May 4 at 7.30pm with judges Manu Feildel, Pete Evans, Colin Fassnidge, Karen Martini, Liz Egan and Guy Grossi determining the winner.Now in its sixth season the show has enjoyed unprecedented

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  • Bribe claim should've come up before: Joko

    Indonesia's President Joko Widodo has questioned why bribery claims around the death sentences of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan are only being aired hours before their executions are due. Lawyers for the Bali Nine pair argue the executions should be halted for a probe into allegations by their former lawyer that judges wanted more than $130,000 for a sentence lesser than death. Mr Joko is under pressure from governments and rights groups globally to stay the executions of the Australians and seven others expected after midnight on Tuesday.

    AAP
  • 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
  • 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’.

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  • 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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  • If Greece falls, no one wants their prints on the murder weapon

    The game of chicken between Greece and its international creditors is turning into a vicious blame game as Athens lurches closer to bankruptcy with no cash-for-reform agreement in sight. Europe's political leaders and central bankers and Greek politicians agree on only one thing: if Greece goes down, they don't want their fingerprints on the murder weapon. If Athens runs out of cash and defaults in the coming weeks, as seems increasingly possible, no one wants to be accused of having pushed it over the edge or failed to try to save it.

    Reuters
  • 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
  • PanAust asks shareholders to bin $1.1b bid

    Gold and copper miner PanAust has urged shareholders to reject an "opportunistic" $1.1 billion takeover offer from a Chinese-state owned company. Accounting giant Ernst & Young says Guandong Rising Asset Management's (GRAM) $1.71-a-share offer for PanAust is "neither fair nor reasonable" and has assessed the company to be worth between $1.84 and $2.04 a share. PanAust chairman Garry Hounsell said GRAM's offer was opportunistic as it was announced at a time when both the PanAust share price and spot prices for copper and gold were trading at near five year lows.

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  • Kris worried she 'failed' Bruce

    Kris Jenner thinks she "failed" Bruce Jenner. "Hearing Bruce say that they would still be together if she were able to handle his transition better than she did sent chills throughout her entire body. An insider added to HollywoodLife.com: "Bruce assured her that she didn't fail him and told her she was 'the perfect wife' and that 'everything happens for a reason'.

    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
  • Barca guarding against complacency in La Liga title push

    Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has stressed his side won't take their eye off the ball despite having a comfortable run-in to the end of the La Liga season as they chase a fifth title in seven years. A 2-0 win over local rivals Espanyol on Saturday ensured Barca maintained a two-point lead over Real Madrid at the top of the table with just five games remaining. "Whether the run-in is easier or not is in theory, but you need to show that on the field," said Enrique.

    AFP