• 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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  • "Should our mother die for what she's done?"

    Wealthy Australian businessman Bob Ellis was murdered in his Bali home and his sons say they just "want justice served" — but do they condone the death penalty for their mother? Noor Ellis was charged with the premeditated murder of her 60-year-old husband Bob. Something inside her like a spirit or a monster that just, you know, pushed her to do it," John Ellis told Sunday Night.

    Sunday Night
  • Kindergarten pupil left stranded on bus for hours

    First On 7: Angry parents have lashed out after a little girl was left locked inside a kindergarten bus for more than five hours in country Victoria. Little Alexis Batt is just four weeks into kinder but yesterday learned a very harsh lesson - a bus ride can turn into something horrific. The four-year-old was left trapped alone on the bus, which had been returned by its driver to the depot, after she failed to hop off when it stopped at her kindergarten.

  • 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.

  • SW man issues deadly disease warning

    Busselton's Dave Roe has urged the community to be conscious of a disease that kills one Australian every six hours. In June 2013, Mr Roe visited his GP to check on a birthmark on his toe which had recently changed colour. The next day, a melanoma 1.1mm thick was removed from his left foot and the site was covered with a skin graft.

    The West Australian
  • 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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  • Groom of 12yo 'child bride' jailed

    A man who married a 12-year-old girl in an Islamic ceremony in New South Wales has been jailed for at least seven and a half years.The 27-year-old man pleaded guilty to the charge of the persistent sexual abuse of a child after he told police he married

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  • Windies routed by India at WACA

    The devastating decline of West Indies cricket was on full show at the WACA Ground today as their inept batting left them vulnerable to Ireland’s push to make the World Cup finals. Once the undisputed champions of all forms of international cricket, the West Indies were dismissed for 182 by India whose new ball bowlers bullied a team bred on extreme pace. If not for captain Jason Holder, who led from the front with 57 from No.9 after the top order imploded, the West Indies may not have reached three figures.

    The West Australian
  • 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
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Sth Africa put Pakistan into bat in WCup

    South African captain AB de Villiers won the toss and put Pakistan into bat in Saturday's World Cup match at Eden Park in Auckland. South Africa have won three of their four Pool B games and another victory will ensure their place in the quarter-finals along with defending champions India. Pakistan, who have two wins in four matches, dropped struggling opener Nasir Jamshed, while Haris Sohail was ruled out with a heel injury.

  • Cate Blanchett Adopts A Daughter

    Cate Blanchett and husband Andrew Upton adopted a baby girl, their fourth child, reportedly named Edith. Cate Blanchett's fairy-tale ending has come true: She's a mum again! The Cinderella actress recently welcomed her fourth child, a daughter, with husband Andrew Upton through adoption, her rep confirms to WHO.

  • Microsoft warns Windows PCs also vulnerable to 'Freak' attacks

    Hundreds of millions of Windows PC users are vulnerable to attacks exploiting the recently uncovered "Freak" security vulnerability, which was initially believed to only threaten mobile devices and Mac computers, Microsoft Corp warned. News of the vulnerability surfaced on Tuesday when a group of nine security experts disclosed that ubiquitous Internet encryption technology could make devices running Apple Inc's iOS and Mac operating systems, along with Google Inc's Android browser vulnerable to cyberattacks. Microsoft released a security advisory on Thursday warning customers that their PCs were also vulnerable to the "Freak" vulnerability.

  • Australian-first floating solar farm due to begin construction in SA

    An Australian-first floating solar power plant is expected to be operational in South Australia by early April, with construction about to begin. The plant will float on a wastewater treatment facility in Jamestown in the state's mid north. Felicia Whiting of Infratech Industries said the plant was designed so that much of the construction could be carried out offsite and slotted together at the facility.

  • Cancer crusader loses own fight

    Only months ago, young mother-of-two Leanne Russo was fundraising for cancer research, quietly hopeful she had beaten a rare and devastatingly aggressive form of breast cancer. Tragically, Perth Glory is now fundraising for her husband Gary and their children Ilana, 5 and Jaden, 2, after the 36-year-old lost her battle on February 3, her body riddled with secondary cancers. How could this be happening to me," she wrote on her fundraising page for the Weekend to End Women's Cancer.

    The West Australian
  • 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

  • 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.

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  • Odd execution flight photo 'not a selfie'

    Bizarre 'selfie' pictures have emerged of Senior Commissioner Djoko Hari Utomo with Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran on their last flight before execution. Indonesia President Joko Widodo has said the execution of Chan and Sukumaran, along with eight other convicted drug smugglers, will not occur this week. Mr Widodo said as the president, he must constitution which still allows executions and the Australian pair's verdicts "have already been decided by the court".

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  • Advancing Iraq troops enter strategic town on edge of Tikrit

    Iraqi government forces and Iran-backed militiamen entered a town on the southern outskirts of Saddam Hussein's home city Tikrit on Friday, pressing on with the biggest offensive yet against Islamic State militants that seized the north last year. Military commanders said the army and mostly Shi'ite militia forces had retaken the town of al-Dour on Tikrit's outskirts, known outside Iraq as the area where executed former dictator Saddam was found hiding in a pit near a farm house in 2003. Some officials said the troops were still only in the south and east of the town, which had been rigged with bombs by retreating Islamic State fighters.