• Kyle Sandiland's Cruel April Fools' Prank On Jackie O

    Jackie O was left in tears following the stunt. Photo: KISSFMNotorious breakfast radio host Kyle Sandilands may have just pulled off one of the meanest April Fools' Day pranks on co-host Jackie O to date. Kyle secretly recorded Jackie O's horrified reaction when her heavily pregnant personal assistant pretended to go into labour.

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  • Diners leave without paying hefty bill

    Proprietor Marc Kenly was disappointed by the action but said while it was not a huge amount, it was unfair to make future patrons foot their bill. Mr Kenly said the woman left with the baby, which staff thought nothing of because she may have gone to get something for the child from the car, which often happened. Mr Kenly said his ultimate goal was to encourage the patrons to return and pay their outstanding bill.

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  • Banker leaves job days after Snapchat selfies found on daughter's Instagram

    The Chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland may have lost his job over a series of photos posted to social media by his daughter. Rory Cullinan, one of the highest-paid bankers at RBS, will leave his job after his daughter Bridget, 18, posted screenshots of his Snapchat selfies to her Instagram account. According to the UK’s Telegraph, Cullinan used photo-sharing app to send to Bridget images featuring captions that read: “Not a fan of board meetings xx”, “Boring meeting xx” and “Another friggin meeting”.

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  • The worst things travellers have done

    Some people point their fingers at the Chinese, others swear it’s the Russians, and many have labelled American tourists as the worst in the world. From defacing ancient property to trashing hotel rooms, here are some of the rudest things tourists have ever done. The Colosseum in Rome is an international tourist attraction and has the distinction of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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  • Bodies of Japan WWII soldiers found in Palau cave

    The bodies of six soldiers, believed to be Japanese troops who fought in World War II, have been found in a reopened cave in the Pacific nation of Palau, a report said Wednesday. Japan is estimated to have lost 10,000 soldiers during the fighting and the remains of 2,600 of them were never recovered, with many thought to be in a network of fortified caves that were used as a mode of defence. Many of the caves, littered with the explosive remnants of war, were deemed dangerous and sealed after the conflict.

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  • Report of plane passenger video overshadows executive visit to crash site

    BERLIN/LE VERNET, France (Reuters) - A video of the final seconds aboard the Germanwings plane that crashed in France last week has been discovered, reports said on Wednesday, just hours before executives visiting the crash site dodged questions about the mental health of the pilot. The video was found on a mobile phone belonging to one of the passengers killed on the plane which investigators say German pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew into a mountain in the French Alps, Bild newspaper reported. The scenes seen on the video were chaotic and very wobbly, said Bild, adding screams and shouts of "My God" could be heard, indicating the passengers knew what was happening.

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  • Our Three Favourite April Fool's Day Jokes

    Photo: YouTubeIt's been a bumper day for big companies breaking out the funny and attempting to pull the wool over our eyes (and, yes we admit it, kind-of nearly succeeding).Here's our pick of the three funniest April Fool's Days jokes of 2015.Google

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  • Girl finds pet dog cooked and ready for sale

    A little girl in Vietnam searching for her lost dog has reportedly stumbled across her pet in a local market, cooked and ready for sale. A picture of the girl crying and with her hand on the dog has gone viral on social media in the country, the world.people.com reports. The dog had not been seen for several days after wandering away from home.

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  • IS storms Palestinian refugee camp in Syria capital

    Clashes between armed factions and the Islamic State group raged in the Yarmuk refugee camp in southern Damascus after IS seized much of the Palestinian haven Wednesday in a lightening assault. "Fighters from IS launched an assault this morning on Yarmuk and they took over the majority of the camp," said Anwar Abdel Hadi, the Palestine Liberation Organisation's political affairs director in Damascus. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said IS took control of a "large part" of Yarmuk during fighting with Palestinian groups also opposed to President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

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  • Australia's final Cricket World Cup sledge ends with apology

    Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has offered an unusual half-apology after his final World Cup sledging of New Zealand, suggesting that liquid celebrations may have fuelled his frank comments during a radio interview. The arch sledger had been at the forefront of big "send-offs" for Kiwi batsmen Martin Guptill and Grant Elliott as well as spinner Daniel Vettori after their key dismissals in Sunday's final in Melbourne, where Australia thrashed their traditional rivals. "They were that nice to us in New Zealand (when Australia lost a pool match) and we were that uncomfortable.

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  • Man did not have a 'second of fun' on wife free holiday

    You would not know it from looking at him, but this man is on an amazing free trip that he won to Puerto Rico. The man known only as widgetdude on Reddit, won a free trip to San Juan but was not able to take his wife. ‘Won a trip to Puerto Rico and couldn’t take my wife.

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  • Brits vs Americans – Whose language is it, anyway?

    Our cousins across the pond may have invented the English language, but over the past 240 years or so, Americans have made some…shall we say…“improvements.” Often, people travel from the US to England wrapped in a sense of comfort, thinking, “Well, they

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  • Family target of alleged racist rant

    A 51-year-old Cloverdale woman will face court next week charged over a heated and allegedly racial argument over noisy children.The woman was charged by police prior to the video being uploaded by the woman’s neighbours on Facebook on Tuesday afternoon

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  • Gran accidentally poisons family with expired hot chocolate

    An Italian grandmother has accidentally poisoned herself and several family members after making hot chocolate from sachets that expired 25 years ago. The 77-year-old woman named as Mrs Rosetta made the drink using the expired sachets after her two grandchildren and their friend asked for the delicious treat. Mrs Rosetta found the sachets at the back of her cupboard and mixed them into warm milk and served it to the three children, her son, her partner and herself, reports Ill Mattino.

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  • Is Katie Price Making a Topless Return?

    Katie Price would love to relaunch her career as a topless model. Photo: The 36-year-old television personality - who rose to fame as glamour model Jordan - has admitted she would be up for returning to her old self from time to time but isn't being booked for those jobs anymore. If I'm having a good week I get called Katie Price, but if I've had a bad week it's Jordan...

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  • Teen rejects university rejection letter

    A high school student in the United States has sent a letter to Duke University, rejecting the rejection letter she received from them. Siobhan O’Dell was understandably disappointed when she received a letter saying she had missed out on a place at the prestigious university.

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  • Meet Your 2015 Men's Health Man

    The MH team looked at one another in disbelief. Some shook their heads. “He can’t be serious,” seemed to be the collective sentiment rolling around the office. The source of our slack-jawed amazement? Damien Rider had just been told he’d be participating

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  • CERN proves The Force exists, Albert Hall outraged at Beatles 'holes' slur

    From a supermarket putting in trampolines for customers to reach the top shelf to prestigious CERN saying it has proved The Force exists, Wednesday brought April Fool's spoofs a-plenty. London's venerable Royal Albert Hall released an April 1, 1967 letter from its archives protesting "in the strongest conceivable terms" at having The Beatles imply in the song "Day in the Life" that there were 4,000 holes in its auditorium. Commerzbank sought a solution to Greece's financial woes, saying Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis had proposed a one-off licence fee of 1 euro on European Union users of Pythagoras’ theorem.

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  • Lara and Sam face lawyer

    Lara Bingle and Sam Worthington will be grilled about last year's street stoush with a New York paparazzo - just days after welcoming their first child. A US judge has ordered the Australian celebrity couple be deposed no later than April 10 by the lawyers of photographer Sheng Li, who has filed a $US10 million ($12.9 million) lawsuit. Bingle, a model and fashion designer, and Rockingham-raised Worthington, star of blockbuster film Avatar, confirmed last week their son was born at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai hospital.

    The West Australian
  • Teens turn school bus into fabulous DIY motorhome

    If you are planning a road trip, why not take it a step further and build a home to take along with you?There are countless variations of vehicle renovations out there. But few match the originality, beauty and quality of these four awe-inspiring projects

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