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  • 'Ugliest bride I have ever photographed': Newlyweds shamed

    A bride was gutted to hear her wedding photographer had labelled her ‘ugly’ and a ‘bridezilla’ in a Facebook post. Photographer Lee Maxwell Judd shared a photo of the bride, Ashlea Howard, 30, and her husband Daniel Howard on his Facebook page with the caption: “ugliest bride I have every photographed. The couple and Mr Maxwell Judd have since become caught up in a bitter social media feud.

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  • Emirates airline 2014 net profit up 40 percent on lower oil price

    Emirates [EMIRA.UL], Dubai's flagship airline, reported a 40 percent jump in annual net profit on Thursday, aided by savings from lower oil prices. The airline, one of the world's largest carriers of international passengers, posted a profit of 4.6 billion dirhams (1 billion pounds) for the financial year to March 31, chairman and chief executive Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum told a news conference. Sheikh Ahmed said lower oil prices had saved the airline around 2 billion dirhams during the financial year, with fuel constituting 35 percent of operating costs against 39 percent in the previous 12 months.

  • Couple face up to 15 years in prison for daytime beach sex

    A couple from Florida could face up to 15 years in prison for having sex on a beach. A jury took just over 15 minutes to convict Jose Caballero, 40, and Elissa Alvarez, 20, on two counts of lewd and lascivious behaviour. Jose Caballero learned it's best to keep some things behind closed doors.

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  • Jessica Hay reveals the secrets behind Kate's speedy labour

    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's second birth was an emotional affair, marked by lots of special time with attentive dad Prince William according to her oldest friend, Jessica Hay. The expectant mum went into labour late at night on Friday May 1, but stayed at the royal couple’s sprawling apartment at Kensington Palace ‘for as long as possible’. "Kate started to get mild labour pains late on Friday, but decided to wait at home for as long as she could.

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  • Wife's Priceless Reaction to Husband's Sandwich Request

    Andrew Park jokingly told wife Koa to rustle him up a ham and mustard sanger on Monday. “She gracefully placed the plate on my desk in an over-the-top, housewife-caricature type of way and walked off," Park told the Huffington Post. Clearly it’s time someone started making his own sandwiches.

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  • Outrage over 10-year-old Paraguayan pregnant by stepfather

    The case of a 10-year-old girl raped and impregnated by her stepfather has triggered outrage in Paraguay, where the health minister has blocked her from having an abortion. It turned out to be a baby, which tests revealed was fathered by her stepfather. The girl's mother has been arrested for helping her partner, Gilberto Benitez Zarate, flee from the authorities after his abuse came to light.

  • Pension cuts for wealthy

    Changes to the pension assets tests to be revealed today will result in about 326,000 wealthier retirees having their payments docked or losing them altogether. Social Services Minister Scott Morrison will today announce the long-awaited revamp of the assets test and officially dump unpopular plans to slow down the growth in pension increases. The changes to the asset test will save $2.4 billion and come into effect from January 2017.

    The West Australian
  • I couldn't handle his serve, says Federer

    Roger Federer admitted he was powerless to stop Nick Kyrgios' thunderous serve after becoming the latest big name to fall victim to the fast-rising Australian tennis star. As Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray safely progressed to the third round, top seed Federer's quest for a fifth Madrid Masters title ended in a rollercoaster 6-7 (2-7) 7-6 (7-5) 7-6 (14-12) loss to Kyrgios. "My problem was I couldn't return his first serve," Federer said after failing to convert either of two match points in the two-hour, 37-minute thriller.

  • Share market fall steepest in two years

    The Australian share market has suffered its biggest one-day fall in two years after Commonwealth Bank and Woolworths results spooked investors.The S&P/ASX200 index plummeted by 2.3 per cent on Wednesday, marking the steepest drop since February 2013

  • Tourist attacked by ladyboy in Thailand

    An Irish tourist has been attacked by a lady boy in Thailand after declining an offer for sexual services. Michael Merry,55,was approached by the transgender woman when he was walking down a street in Pattaya around 3am on Sunday. The Irish Mirror reports that local police spokesman Piyapong Ensan said that the attacker had been identified as transgender person, Wichai Sripalang.

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  • Lawsuits pile up over Pacquiao injury

    More disgruntled fight fans are going to court with their complaints, suing Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao and others for failing to disclose a shoulder injury prior to his "Fight of the Century" against Floyd Mayweather. A class-action suit filed in US District Court in Illinois not only names Pacquiao and promoters Top Rank but also telecasters HBO and Showtime, who combined to produce the pay-per-view fight program that was sold in the United States for about $100. The suit also names Mayweather, Mayweather Promotions and cable television providers AT&T, COMCAST and DirecTV, and accuses the defendants of deceptive practices in marketing and advertising the bout.

  • This is why you don't take a selfie with Mike Tyson

    Mike Tyson was the king of boxing in the late-1980s/early-'90s. Equally as nightmare-inducing for his work inside the ring as he was for his reputation outside, "Iron Mike" became the most feared man of a generation. During Friday's weigh-in for the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, Tyson was on hand to take in the festivities.

  • Expedition finds bogged vehicle

    After reading about The Kimberley Echo's famed Bog of the Wet competition recently, former Kimberley police officer Bob Brown penned this account of finding a vehicle bogged up to its roof during his time on the beat in Derby during the 1970s. In the 1970s, an Aboriginal elder walked into the Derby Police Station and told a story of trying to drive into Pantijan Cattle Station the previous wet season. Isolated and with few provisions, he said he was forced to walk several hundred kilometres to the north of Derby near Walcott Inlet.

    The West Australian
  • Cleveland Kidnappings: 'How We Survived'

    Two years after being rescued from a decade-long nightmare, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus appreciate the little things in life. “I love when the sun is hot and beaming,” says Berry. Kidnapped in 2003 and 2004 respectively by bus driver Ariel Castro, Berry and DeJesus and a third victim, Michelle Knight, were kept in chains, denied food and raped repeatedly by Castro in his house in Cleveland, Ohio before the dramatic escape that captured the world’s attention in May 2013.

  • Dying mum's perfect gift for Mother's Day

    A brave Melbourne mother who refused cancer treatment to protect her unborn baby, will this weekend spend her first Mother's Day with her precious daughter. Michelle Buchholtz, who has terminal cancer, hoped to live long enough to take little Ava home - and four months later she is cherishing every moment. Doctors feared Michelle's cancer-ridden body would not survive a full-term pregnancy.

  • Judy Moran caught up in jailhouse brawl

    Gangland widow Judy Moran has reportedly launched legal action after being caught up in a jailhouse brawl involving another high-profile inmate at Victoria's maximum security women's prison. Moran, 74, who is serving a 21-year sentence for the murder of her brother-in-law, has launched supreme court action to force prison authorities to return her to her original cell. In documents tendered to the court and obtained by Fairfax, Moran claims she had been sitting alone knitting when fellow prisoner, Vicky Soteriou, who is serving a twelve-year jail-term for attempting to kill her husband, and her girlfriend started brawling in front of her.

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  • Samsung Elec says new South Korea chip plant to start production in first half of 2017

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday its new $14 billion South Korean chip plant, which is expected to help drive growth as smartphone earnings slow, will start production sometime in the first half of 2017. The world's No.2 chip maker by revenue did not specify what products will be made at the new production line, which will be built in the city of Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul. Samsung has said it will invest 15.6 trillion won ($14.4 billion) in the facility, the biggest amount it has ever committed to a single plant.

  • Plane attraction: Innovations to ease the pain of flying

    Space in the economy cabin is a common complaint and sometimes people dread the journey to their destination because of it and airlines are definitely aware of it. Instead of creating more room for passengers - a move that would likely lead to a reduction of profits - airlines seem to be aiming to distract fliers with better inflight entertainment systems and new seat designs that provide the illusion of enhanced comfort. It's partnered with Lufthansa System's BoardConnect wireless inflight entertainment system to let us make those restaurant and other reservations on our choice of gadgets.

    Total Travel
  • Manu's tears for 'angel' Levi

    '''Celebrity chef Manu Feildel has taken to social media to express his grief, following the death of 20-month-old Perth boy Levi Wibberley, who was suffering from a rare terminal illness called Krabbe Disease. Levi, from High Wycombe, was diagnosed with the terminal illness earlier this year. Sadly, Levi’s condition degenerated quickly, to the point where he could no longer move, eat or speak.

    The West Australian
  • Tattoo guru puts treasures on market

    Perth tattoo artist to the stars Marc Pinto has built up a major collection of traditional indigenous artefacts after being inspired by his grandfather's stories of living with the Dayak tribes of Borneo. Mr Pinto, whose clients include John Butler, Jessica Mauboy, Trace Cyrus, Vanessa Amorosi and several AFL footballers, is selling more than 140 pieces collected with his wife Elena over nearly 20 years. "It's sad to let it go but I have enjoyed it so much and would like to share it so other people can enjoy it," Mr Pinto said.

    The West Australian