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  • How Duchess Catherine Looked That Good After Giving Birth

    When Duchess Catherine stepped out with her brand new daughter yesterday in London, we could hardly believe our eyes. Clearly the Duchess pulled a few Royal strings before leaving the hospital, even going so far as to sneak her hairdresser in. “Having to look camera ready (for like, all the cameras in the world) a day after giving birth sounds terrifying,” commented

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  • The path to a wearable future lies in academia

    Any academic interested in wearable technology would look at today's commercial products and say "we did that 20 years ago," said Aaron Quigley, Chair of Human Interaction at University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

  • Hospital boom comes to an end

    _The West Australian _has confirmed that several projects, including a plan more than a decade old to replace ageing King Edward Memorial Hospital, are on hold indefinitely. Doctors say it signals the end of a golden age in rebuilding that has seen more than $3.5 billion poured into major projects in recent years, including the $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital, the $1.2 billion Perth Children's Hospital and the new Midland public hospital. The 99-year-old KEMH for women and infants was slated for replacement by the previous Labor government as part of a super campus in Nedlands after experts agreed it should be sited next to the new children's hospital and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.

    The West Australian
  • Man accidentally enters poker game, wins $1.2 million

    A man has walked away with $1.2 million after he accidentally signed up to a poker tournament. Professional player Asher Conniff was attemping to register for an online poker competition when he clicked the wrong button. Instead he erroneously signed up for an in-person Atlantic City poker tournament.

    Yahoo7 Finance
  • Mayweather picks off Pacquiao to join greats

    Floyd Mayweather's emphatic win over Manny Pacquiao sealed his status as a boxing great, but triggered an outcry in the Philippines and divided opinion amongst the sports legends. Feinting and dancing his way to a unanimous decision, Mayweather comfortably picked off Pacquiao over 12 rounds to extend his 19-year unbeaten record to 48-0.

  • 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.

  • Charlotte Elizabeth Diana: The Meaning Behind the New Princess's Name

    The Duke and Duchess of Camridge present their daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have named their new daughter Charlotte, the recent favourite with the betting public. The baby's middle names are Elizabeth, after the Queen and her baby's great-grandmother, and Diana, after William's late mother and the baby's grandmother.

  • Tech executive Goldberg died after hotel gym accident: official

    MEXICO CITY/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - SurveyMonkey Chief Executive Dave Goldberg died Friday from a head injury while exercising at a resort in Mexico, the local prosecutor's office said Monday. Goldberg, the husband of Facebook Inc Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, fell off a treadmill at a private villa in Punta Mita and hit his head, the prosecutor's spokesman said. Goldberg's brother found him on the floor of the villa gym showing signs of life, the spokesman said.

  • Final push begins in Britain's knife-edge election

    Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour opposition leader Ed Miliband said that voters faced a stark choice two days from the opening of polling stations. With polls showing the two main parties neck-and-neck and unlikely to win a majority in Thursday's vote, power will likely hinge on the performance of smaller parties such as the Scottish National Party (SNP) and the Liberal Democrats. Miliband has described the election as a "clash of two visions" and tried to hang the remaining election battle on contrasting plans for the state-funded National Health Service.

  • Axe attack survivor back at school

    Marli van Breda, the former Perth teenager who survived horrific injuries in an axe attack that killed her parents and brother in South Africa, has visited her school for the first time since the tragedy. Netwerk24 reported yesterday/mon that Marli spent almost two hours with her friends at Somerset College and is expected to return to lessons full time shortly. “Marli enjoyed the visit very much,” Ms Wybrow told Netwerk24.

    The West Australian
  • Asia shares edge up, Australia rate decision looms

    Asian shares inched cautiously higher on Tuesday as investors wagered Australia would become the latest country in the region to inject more policy stimulus into its economy. Liquidity was lacking with markets in Japan, South Korea and Thailand on holiday and little in the way of major economic data on the docket for Tuesday. As a result MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up a slim 0.19 percent.

  • Councilman visits toilet with mic turned on

    A Texas councillor learnt the hard way what happens when you don’t turn your microphone off.The councillor stepped out for a toilet break during a recent council meeting — but accidentally left his mic on as he used the bathroom.Unknown to him, his loo

  • Bolt ignores doping's ugly head as US triumphs

    It was fitting that the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao boxing 'fight of the century' was just about to start when rarely-defeated Usain Bolt sat down next to a victorious US 4x100m relay team that featured three doping cheats. The icy relationship between six-time Olympic champion Bolt and arch-rivals Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay was palpable. A third member of the winning US team, Mike Rodgers, also served a nine-month ban for drugs.

  • How To Choose The Right Sunglasses For Your Face Shape

    'What are the trends we should be looking out for this season?Eyewear is looking super bold for the new season with lots of traditional styles finding a new self-expression. Punk is big, with a chaotic energy coming through...lots of smokey grey and black

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  • 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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  • Wheatstone topsides installed

    Chevron has marked a major milestone of construction of the $US29 billion ($37 billion) Wheatstone project with the installation of the platform topsides off the Pilbara coast. The US oil and gas giant says the milestone marked the biggest single integrated topsides float-over installation Chevron has ever completed. "The Wheatstone platform will be the largest offshore gas processing platform ever installed in Australia, with a topsides weight of about 37,000 tonnes and the largest float-over installation Chevron has ever delivered globally," a spokesman said.

    The West Australian
  • Alleged thief crunched by strongman

    Spare a thought for the alleged thief who, upon running out of a Kalgoorlie-Boulder business with a small fridge, turned around to find WA's strongest man bearing down on him. Crossing the road and hitting a car, the alleged thief dropped the fridge and made a break for it. Quickly placing the alleged thief in a hold, he held onto the man until police arrived.

    The West Australian
  • Boeing plane error fixed by 'turning it off and on'

    During laboratory testing, the aviation company found that if the plane was not powered down at least once every 248 days, the control units could shut down the power generators. Boeing has suggested that powering down the Dreamliners would eliminate the risk that all the plane’s power generations would shut down at the same time, leading to a possible loss of control and accident. Thankfully, the company revealed the issue - caused by a software error - has only occurred in a testing environment, with none of the 264 active 787 Dreamliners having experienced the effects.

    Total Travel
  • NATO starts anti submarine exercise in North Sea as tension with Russia rise

    NATO launched one of its biggest-ever anti-submarine exercises in the North Sea on Monday, inviting non-member Sweden for the first time, amid increasing tensions between Russia and its northern neighbours. More than a dozen vessels from 11 countries are participating in the "Dynamic Mongoose" exercise. NATO will simulate detecting and attacking submarines in one of the most hostile seas, with rugged but shallow underwater canyons, rapid currents and unusually high sound pollution from freshwater pouring in from Norway's fjords.

  • Lara Bingle shares first pic of son Rocket Zot

    Lara Bingle has shared the first photo of her one-month-old son, Rocket Zot on Instagram. Photo: InstagramLara Bingle and Sam Worthington welcomed their first child, son, Rocket Zot, just over a month ago and she has finally given us our first glimpse

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