• British grandmother prepares for execution in Indonesia

    A British grandmother on death row in Indonesia is writing goodbye letters to her family and believes she could be executed at any time, she wrote in an article. Lindsay Sandiford, 58, said she was expecting to die shortly, after seven foreign drug convicts were executed last week, causing a storm of international protest. Sandiford, originally from Redcar in northeast England, wrote that she planned to sing the cheery popular song "Magic Moments" when facing the firing squad.

  • Fight didn't meet hype: Danny Green

    WA Boxing Legend Danny Green assesses the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight - and comes away disappointed. Unfortunately the fight did not live up to the hype and subsequent ballistic atmosphere. As I expected, Pacquiao came out firing after a very tame first round.

    The West Australian
  • The Duchess And Duke Show Off Their Princess To The World

    Mere hours after giving birth, Kate Middleton stepped out with her brand new baby daughter alongside Prince William. Dressed in a floral yellow and white Jenny Packham dress, a smiling Kate waved at the crowd but declined to comment. After quickly showing the sleeping child to the public, the Royal couple set off to Kensington Palace, where they are expected to stay for at least one night along with their 21-month-old son, before they return to their home, Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.

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  • Australian police post stoner's to-do list

    Australian police have revealed an insight into the life of a stoner -- or habitual marijuana smoker -- by publishing a 10-point 'to-do' list found during a raid in Perth. Murdoch police tweeted a photo of the list, removing any identifying material, on April 30 which mentioned 10 'Things to do Saturday'. Western Australia's Murdoch police later confirmed on Twitter that the to-do list was authentic, and found while investigating a suspected burglary.

  • With rescue near, Boko Haram stoned Nigerian girls to death

    "We just have to give praise to God that we are alive, those of us who have survived," said 27-year-old Lami Musa as she cradled her 5-day-old baby girl. Nigeria's military said it has freed nearly 700 Boko Haram captives in the past week.

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  • Mum who had leg amputated after breaking her ankle

    A mum is appealing for help for medical equipment after she was forced to have part of her leg amputated after breaking her ankle on her back door step. After having the amputation and surviving her ordeal the mum now has to deal with the consequences and trying adjust to the disability.

    Yahoo7 and Agencies
  • US school backtracks after issuing suspension notice for student's 'revealing' prom dress

    US school student Alexus Miller-Wigfall, pictured with her prom date, was suspended after her dress was deemed too 'revealing'. Photo: Alicia SneedWould you let your daughter wear this?That's the question on everyone's lips after Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

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  • A blast and gunfire: Mexico's chopper battle

    A blast and gunfire rattled the hamlet in western Mexico where a drug cartel brought down a military helicopter in an intense battle that left three troops dead and three more missing. Witnesses say around a dozen sport-utility vehicles were driving down a dirt road with their lights off early Friday while the helicopter followed closely behind in a rural area of Jalisco state. Suddenly, people heard a "loud explosion and then you could see the bursts of gunfire," said a young woman who lives in the hamlet and declined to give her name over security concerns.

  • Justin Bieber and Shanina Shaik Fuel Dating Rumours Again

    Justin Bieber and Shanina Shaik spent the weekend together in Las Vegas. Photo: InstagramJustin Bieber is keeping us guessing with his latest selfies with yet another stunning model. This time, the 21-year-old singer is cosying up next to Victoria's Secret

  • This is what the airplanes of the future will look like

    A long time ago, there likely was someone who predicted: “In airplanes of the future, you’ll have little TVs right in front of you where you can watch movies, play games, and order drinks. You’ll instantly be able to buy and receive your plane tickets right at home before you get to the airport.

    Yahoo US
  • Theory of Sydney's loss backed by pictures

    A piece of the puzzle surrounding Australia's greatest naval tragedy, the 1941 loss of HMAS Sydney II, has clicked into place after researchers found evidence to support a long-held theory about how it was sunk. What appeared to be merely a shadow in photographs taken when the wreck was found in 2008 has been revealed by new images as a 15cm shell hole through the Sydney's bridge at the compass platform. The pictures, released yesterday, appear to confirm the theory that Australia's best-known warship was likely disabled by German raider HSK Kormoran within about 30 seconds of battle, hampering her ability to fight back.

    The West Australian
  • Mother found dead along with son died of natural causes

    A woman found dead along with her infant son in a Pennsylvania apartment died of pneumonia rather than a drug overdose as first suspected, authorities said. Sara Kessler, 22, and her nine-month-old son, Carey, were found dead March 6 in their Millvale apartment, in the United States. The Allegheny County medical examiner's office said that her death was a result of natural causes after an autopsy concluded that she succumbed to bronchial pneumonia caused by a bacterial infection of the heart.

  • Sinkhole keeps residents out of homes

    Engineers are due to inspect the apartment blocks in western Sydney that are being threatened by a large sinkhole. About 50 residents from three Harris Park buildings were evacuated on Saturday night after a sinkhole spread from an empty building site saturated by heavy rains. Residents from two of the unit blocks have still not been allowed to return to their homes.

  • Migrants won't be picked for cash: Abbott

    Migrants wanting to come to Australia could be chosen based on how much they can pay rather than what skills they offer under a proposal the Productivity Commission is considering. The government has asked the commission to hold a year-long review of Australia's migrant intake, with special examination of the effects of making entry charges the primary basis for selecting migrants. The Australian migration program currently issues permanent residency visas to people with particular skills, people with families already in Australia and to people who meet special eligibility criteria.

  • I'm at the mercy of meth: user

    Sarah, 39, would love nothing more than to dig herself out of her life- long meth addiction. But as hard as she tries, she can’t. This is her storyAlcohol has always been a problem for me.The person I became when I drank was so far removed from the sober

    The West Australian
  • Brooklyn Decker is Pregnant!

    Brooklyn Decker and her husband Andy Roddick is expecting their first child. Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick will welcome their first child this Spring, her rep confirms to WHO exclusively. “I’m happy to confirm Brooklyn and Andy are expecting a new addition to their family in the autumn of this year,” Decker’s rep, Jesse Parker Stowell, says.

  • Battling Windies win third Test by five wickets

    West Indies defied the odds and a wearing pitch to complete a series-levelling five-wicket victory over England on the third day of the third and final Test on Sunday. Set a daunting target of 192 after the tourists were dismissed for 123 in their second innings, a 108-run fifth-wicket partnership between Darren Bravo and Jermaine Blackwood tilted the match decisively the Caribbean side's way. Bravo's controlled knock of 82, his 11th Test half-century, ended when he attempted to make the victory hit off Ben Stokes as Stuart Broad pulled down the catch at mid-off.

  • Detective says 'no doubt' over Ivan Milat claim

    A detective reviewing Sunday Night's investigation into the shooting of a taxi driver 52 years ago says he believes Boris Milat's testimony that Ivan Milat was responsible. Boris also told reporter Steve Pennells he believed Ivan committed 'more than double' the murders police knew about and kept the secret for 52 years to protect Ivan. NSW Police have agreed to look into Sunday Night's revelation about the shooting of taxi driver Neville Knight in Sydney's west after new evidence strongly suggested it was committed by serial killer Ivan Milat.

    Sunday Night
  • Student equipped to change the world

    Making this more impressive is that the 17-year-old lived in her native Nepal just five years ago and had only a basic grasp of English. It is scratching the surface to mention that she's a prefect at Bunbury Senior High School, plans to study medicine and aspires to set up an equivalent of the Royal Flying Doctor Service to help people in remote areas of her homeland.

    The West Australian
  • Jac and Shaz to face Will and Steve in MKR Grand Final

    WA workmates Eva and Debra are the last team to bow out of the competition with a bland curry ahead of the MKR grand final. Mt Isa cousins Jac and Shaz have blown the competition away, securing the highest scores of the semi-finals to rocket into the 2015 My Kitchen Rules grand final. It was a win for classic country fare tonight with their simply delicious menu scoring 49/60 against Eva and Debra’s rich Asian heritage three courses on 44.

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