• Husband leaves hotel review to expose cheating wife

    A man has written a hilarious hotel review on Google+ after discovering that his wife had allegedly used the hotel for a liaison with her boss. “Wife and her boss enjoyed their room together so much that she stayed in bed with him until almost checkout,” says the review.

    Total Travel
  • Sperm donor falls in love with baby's mother

    Melbourne IT specialist and sperm donor George Deka met his biological daughter 10 months after her birth — and ended up falling in love with her mother. Mr Deka was a middle-aged introvert who had given up on finding a partner and having a family of his own, leading him to become a sperm donor. Kerrie Hancox was an outgoing psychiatric nurse who sought out IVF treatment using an unknown sperm donor following the death of her partner.

    Yahoo7 and Agencies
  • Samsung unveils sleek new Galaxy phones to take on Apple

    SEOUL/BARCELONA (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled its latest Galaxy S smartphones featuring a slim body made from aircraft-grade metal, in a bid to reclaim the throne of undisputed global smartphone leader from Apple Inc. Designed from scratch in an operation dubbed "Project Zero", the Galaxy S6 and its curved-edges variant are critical for Samsung's plans to reverse plunging smartphone revenues that led to its first annual earnings fall in three years in 2014. By some estimates, Apple surpassed Samsung as the world's biggest smartphone maker late last year, selling a record 74.5 million iPhones in the December quarter on the back of the success of its big-screen iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

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  • Big Bang, Deflated? Universe May Have Had No Beginning

    In the new formulation, the universe was never a singularity, or an infinitely small and infinitely dense point of matter. "Our theory suggests that the age of the universe could be infinite," said study co-author Saurya Das, a theoretical physicist at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. The new concept could also explain what dark matter - the mysterious, invisible substance that makes up most of the matter in the universe - is actually made of, Das added.

    Yahoo US
  • 5 legal documents every parent should have

    Most of us put off getting these legal documents, because we hope that we won’t die suddenly, or we hope...5 legal documents every parent should have was published on Mouths of Mums.

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  • N. Korea vows 'merciless strikes' as US-S. Korea drills begin

    North Korea on Monday fired missiles into the sea and vowed to carry out "merciless strikes" against the US and South Korea, as the allies launched annual large-scale joint military drills. South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported the North had fired two short-range missiles into the East Sea ahead of the start of military exercises by Seoul and Washington that have enraged Pyongyang. "The situation on the Korean peninsula is again inching close to the brink of a war," the official KCNA news agency said, quoting a spokesman for the Korean People's Army (KPA).

    AFP
  • Kelly Osbourne had to quit Fashion Police

    Kelly Osbourne felt she had "no option" but to quit 'Fashion Police'. The 30-year-old star announced her departure from the E! show just days after her co-host Giuliana Rancic apologised for making an offensive remark about Zendaya Coleman's dreadlocks. A source said: "Zendaya was touched by Kelly's motives, but she didn't want her friend to give up a job she loves.

    Bang Showbiz
  • Family forced to leave flight over seatbelt dispute

    A couple have been kicked off a flight after their three-year-old son refused to wear his seatbelt for takeoff. The family, from mainland China, were on a Bangkok-based Cathay Pacific flight due to take off for Hong Kong when the boy’s refusal to wear his seatbelt started a heated argument, the South China Morning Post reported. A fellow passenger named Lau took a video of the incident and told the Apple Daily newspaper that cabin crew asked the family to follow the plane’s safety instructions but the parents refused, arguing that the boy should sit on his mother’s lap.

    Total Travel
  • The Dress That Sent The Internet Into Meltdown

    The seemingly innocent design sent the internet into complete meltdown as people argued over whether the dress was in fact blue and black or white and gold. "But on the black background some might see it as white." He even speculated, perhaps jokingly, that the white-gold prejudice favors the idea of seeing the dress under strong daylight.

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  • Wait over for agencies to get slice of lotto life

    Lotterywest’s creative and communications work has gone out to tender but media planning has been carved out of the prestigious $17 million-a-year account. Lotterywest’s annual report shows last financial year the commission spent almost $17.1 million on advertising and marketing-related services. More than $12.2 million was spent with media planning agencies while $4.7 million was paid to creative agencies.

    The West Australian
  • Marron poachers hit drink catchments

    Poachers are smashing through the Water Corporation's gates and fences to steal marron from creeks and dams that are supposed to be protected for public drinking supplies.The State-owned utility has confirmed that it was grappling with the "issue" of

    The West Australian
  • Glenn Maxwell's 'choking' taunt backfires

    Video has emerged of Glenn Maxwell prematurely taunting the Eden Park crowd moments before New Zealand's dramatic victory. Maxwell was clearly referencing the Kiwis' monumental batting collapse, after they lost 5-15 to give the Aussies an unlikely sniff at a remarkable comeback. The crowd would have the last laugh though, as Maxwell was forced to watch Kane Williamson smash the ball over the long-on rope moments later to clinch victory for the Black Caps.

    7Sport
  • 'Jihadi John' won't have the same impact unmasked

    As "Jihadi John," he was a terrifying figure, his identity concealed by a black mask, his threatening tone backed up by his oversize, serrated knife and his willingness to use it in the name of Islamic State and its self-declared caliphate. Media outside flats in West London believed to be where Mohammed Emwazi used to live. Emwazi has today been named in reports as Islamic State's "Jihadi John".

    Yahoo7 and Agencies
  • Rosie O'Donnell Files for Divorce Three Weeks After 'View' Exit

    Rosie O'Donnell has filed for divorce from wife Michelle Rounds. Calling her relationship with Rounds "irretrievably broken," the entertainer submitted divorce papers Friday in a Manhattan court, Yahoo has confirmed. The divorce will not be contested, indicating O'Donnell and Rounds will abide by their prenup and work out an amicable settlement.

    The Hype
  • Robyn Lawley Has Given Birth

    Just a few months after announcing her pregnancy, Robyn Lawley has given birth to her first child. Lawley first announced her pregnancy in October, telling press that although it wasn't planned, it wasn't a huge shock either. "I'm about six months pregnant," Lawley shared.

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  • 'Wellness warrior' Jessica Ainscough dies from rare cancer, aged 30

    Jessica Ainscough, a self-described "wellness warrior" who attempted to stave off a rare form of cancer with natural healing, has died at age 30. Ms Ainscough's blogs had a large following on social media, and posts to her website drew praise from sufferers of many forms of illness as well as criticism from those who did not agree with her alternative remedies. Ms Ainscough was diagnosed with epithelioid sarcoma in 2008, and the cancer spread through her left arm, which she later refused to have amputated.

    ABC
  • Ex-Bali Nine lawyer vague on bribe claims

    An Indonesian lawyer who alleges there was interference in the first trial that saw Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan sentenced to death is reluctant to detail the startling claims he made three weeks ago. Muhammad Rifan made a surprise visit to his former clients last month as they edged closer to their executions for the 2005 failed plot to smuggle heroin out of Indonesia. Mr Rifan promised to cooperate, even if it looked bad for him.

    AAP
  • Feign Confidence, Get Sacked and Rise Early: Anna Wintour’s Secrets to Success

    In an interview with Alistair Campbell for his latest book Winners And How They Succeed, Wintour dishes the dirt her achievements. Wintour says she is a firm believer in letting other people’s talents shine and not micro-managing anyone, because “people work better when they have responsibility”.

    Yahoo7 Lifestyle
  • Mugabe celebrates 91st birthday with million-dollar bash

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Saturday celebrated his 91st birthday with a lavish million dollar bash that was slammed by the opposition as "obscene" in a country wracked by poverty. Thousands of supporters of the ruling ZANU-PF, many wearing party regalia emblazoned with the president's image, sang and danced as he arrived for the jamboree at a luxury hotel in the famed Victoria Falls resort. The party, which comes a week after Mugabe's birthday, was held on the hotel golf course, with white marquees housing the guests.

    AFP
  • Call to stockpile oil for insurance

    The world's peak energy security body is urging Australia to build a massive system of underground oil tanks to insulate itself against the increasing risks of a disruption to supplies. Amid growing fears terrorist activity led by Islamic State could threaten world oil production, the International Energy Agency is understood to be growing increasingly frustrated with Australia's failure to establish strategic oil reserves. The reserves, consisting of a series of huge tanks and pipes, are a requirement of IEA member countries that are net oil importers such as Australia.

    The West Australian