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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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  • Kevin Bacon, Is That Really You?

    We hate to say it but...what's up with Kevin Bacon's face?PHOTOS: Pants Free: 7 Stars Who Went Commando at the Met GalaThe actor shared a crazy unrecognisable photo on Twitter, sending his fans and followers into a tizzy.Um, Kevin Bacon....is that you

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  • 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.

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  • Man posing as male model 'duped women into blindfolded sex'

    A woman claims she was duped into blindfolded sex with a 'balding and wrinkly' man after he allegedly posed as a model online to lure his victims. The 68-year-old man was reportedly arrested in Nice, France, after a woman claimed she was fooled into having blind-folded sex with a man she thought was handsome, with brown hair and blue eyes, in a darkened room.

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  • Tiger Woods and Miranda Kerr?

    Miranda Kerr has been romantically linked to James Packer, Justin Bieber, Tom Cruise, ex-husband Orlando Bloom and almost every other male celebrity in Hollywood.Who’s next for the Australian supermodel?How about newly single, heartbroken Tiger Woods?

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  • Fight fans sue Pacquiao over injury

    Two Nevada men filed a class-action lawsuit against Manny Pacquiao on Tuesday, seeking millions in damages because they say he fraudulently concealed a shoulder injury before his defeat to Floyd Mayweather. It is just the latest fallout from Mayweather’s victory in Las Vegas on Saturday (Sunday AEST) in a unanimous decision, with Pacquiao saying afterwards that the shoulder complaint hampered his performance in the welterweight world title showdown. The plaintiffs argue that by failing to go public with the injury before the feverishly anticipated bout, the Philippine icon and his camp violated the Nevada Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

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  • Carrie Bickmore's childbirth 'overshare'

    Logie golden girl Carrie Bickmore revealed an eyebrow raising confession to Education Minister Christopher Pyne.On the Project last night Bickmore may have ‘over-shared’.She recently gave birth to daughter Evie and told Pyne she was thinking of him during

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  • India's Bollywood star Salman Khan gets five years for hit-and-run

    An Indian court on Wednesday sentenced Bollywood film star Salman Khan to five years in prison, for killing a man in a hit-and-run accident, the latest twist in the tumultuous career of a hero of India's silver screen. The Mumbai court convicted Khan, 49, of culpable homicide on charges that he lost control of his Toyota Landcruiser when driving under the influence of alcohol in 2002, and rammed into a group of people sleeping on a pavement. In March, the actor's driver said he had driven, while Khan rode in the passenger seat.

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  • Young Perth father defies killer disease

    A young Perth father is beating the odds to defy a devastating cancer diagnosis - and even doctors say he is nothing short of a miracle. Ryan Verge is alive today despite "getting one of the worst diagnoses for one of the worst cancers", when the best he could hope for was to survive long enough so his youngest daughter would remember him. Two years ago doctors discovered the 34-year-old had advanced pancreatic cancer, which has one of the worst prognoses of all cancers.

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  • Indonesia defiant after FIFA suspension threat

    The Indonesian government insisted Wednesday it would stick by a decision to freeze all activities of the football association despite a threat from FIFA to suspend the country from international competition. The sports ministry said it was only trying to make improvements and may dispatch a team to lobby FIFA president Sepp Blatter, after the governing body threatened to ban Indonesia unless it revoked its decision. The FIFA warning was the latest twist in a row that erupted in April when the association, the PSSI, halted the country's top-flight league due to a disagreement with the sports ministry over the participation of two clubs.

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  • The Secret Beauty Team Behind Kate Middleton's Post-Baby Look

    The Duchess of Cambridge had perfect hair and makeup just hours after giving birth. The Daily Mail reports on the ace “Team Kate” who immediately snuck into the hospital to transform Kate into the picture of glowing and glamorous new motherhood. Ace hairdresser Amanda Cook Tucker was seen entering the hospital carrying a bag of products and tools to create amazing hair.

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  • Apple's planning a big makeover for this product

    The Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) TV remote control is going to get its first big makeover since its inception in 2007, according to The New York Times. The updated remote is expected to be released in June at Apple's annual developers conference in San Francisco. Along with the remote, developers will hear about a new version of Apple TV and the tech giant's strategy to entice cord-cutters, according to Buzzfeed.

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  • Oldest complete copy of Ten Commandments displayed in Israel

    The world's oldest complete copy of the Ten Commandments is going on rare display at Israel's leading museum in an exhibit tracing civilization's most pivotal moments. The 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scroll, from a collection of the world's most ancient biblical manuscripts discovered near the Dead Sea east of Jerusalem, has never before been publicly displayed in Israel and has only been shown in brief exhibits abroad, said Pnina Shor of the Israel Antiquities Authority. The manuscript is so brittle that it will only be on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem for two weeks before it is returned to a secure, pitch-black, climate-controlled storage facility there.

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  • Skeleton find tickles funny bone

    The fake skeletons were discovered by a recreational diver in 12m of water near the Arizona and California border. The La Paz County Sheriff’s Office and Buckskin Fire Department responded to a report of “found human remains” in the Colorado River, but quickly determined the skeletons were fake, Parker Live reported. One of the skeletons was wearing sunglasses while the other was holding a sign that read "Bernie living the dream in the river August 16, 2014".

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  • Dan MacPherson steps down from Dancing With the Stars

    Channel Seven confirms that Dan MacPherson has decided to step down from the hosting role of the next season of Dancing With the Stars. Dan took over the following 7 seasons. The worldwide hit series debuted on Seven in October 2004 with Daryl Somers as host, a role he held for 7 seasons.

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  • Market plunges as banks dive

    Investors dumped the major banks, dragging the Australian sharemarket deep into the red to a four-month low after Commonwealth Bank joined Westpac with a disappointing earnings report. The Australian dollar extended its rally against the US dollar, climbing US0.8¢ to US79.60¢ in defiance of the Reserve Bank rate cut yesterday and comments from the board it was “necessary” for the dollar to weaken to support growth. “There appeared to be no single theme which could be applied consistently to all the asset classes,” Westpac strategist Imre Speizer said.

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  • Zookeeper bitten by snake at Australia Zoo

    A female zookeeper has been rushed to hospital after being bitten by a snake at Australia Zoo.The 28-year-old was working in a back paddock when she was attacked around 11am (AEST) on Wednesday.The snake, which is not believed to be venomous, disappeared

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  • 100 students barred from graduation after prank goes wrong

    A school principal has been suspended and 100 students have been barred from their graduation after a high school prank went seriously wrong. Senior students at Sequoyah High School in Madisonville, Tennessee, have been accused of urinating on walls, putting goldfish in toilets and dumping a dead opossum on the hay covered floor. The incident which occurred on April 30, led to the indefinite suspension of principal Gary Cole and got a deputy who let the students into the school fired.

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  • Final proof that Cristiano Ronaldo is a very, very nice man indeed

    The picture above says it all: Cristiano Ronaldo, the preening prima donna more interested in showing himself off than in being a good footballer and a decent man. Rather than celebrate with team-mates, Ronaldo made the moment about himself, running away from the men who are behind his glory, posing for the cameras.

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  • United front against death penalty a myth

    Twenty-five years ago a landmark Australian study was published which found the abolition of capital punishment was not in response to public opinion, but in spite of it. The paper by two academics from the Australian National University confirmed that “political elites” in the States had imposed their will against community wishes, but predicted that over time abolition might have the effect of shifting public opinion away from capital punishment. This was despite their study of national opinion polls that showed public support dropped to about 40 per cent after the Ronald Ryan hanging in Victoria in 1967, but recovered to the high 60s by the time WA became the last State to ban the death penalty in 1984.

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