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  • Cristiano Ronaldo rejected by Aussie model

    Cristiano Ronaldo always scores......well not every time. The Real Madrid goal-machine spent his time down under impressing football crowds in Melbourne with his silky skills, but he still had time to check out the local ladies. According to the Daily Mirror, 22-year-old Brazilian-born Aussie model Aline Lima messaged him on Instagram asking whether he had received a fan letter from her boyfriend, but Ronaldo was not interested in that, rather asking her for gym selfies instead as the pair continued their exchange on WhatsApp.

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  • Asia stocks mostly down as China manufacturing slows

    Asian markets fell Monday as China shares were dragged down by poor manufacturing figures and investors followed a drop on Wall Street. Shanghai slipped 1.11 percent, or 40.82 points, to end at 3,622.91, while Hong Kong shed 0.91 percent or 224.86 points to close at 24,411.42. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index slipped 0.18 percent, or 37.13 points, to finish at 20,548.11, while Seoul fell 21.67 points or 1.07 percent to close at 2,008.49.

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  • Kylie Minogue: I'm happy in undies at 47

    Kylie Minogue thinks it's "astounding" that she's still modelling lingerie at the age of 47. The 'Spinning Around' hitmaker became a brand ambassador for underwear range Sloggi last September and is happy she can take on the role at her age. The 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' singer added that she sees a "common ground" between her and 56-year-old pop icon Madonna.

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  • Part number confirms debris from 777 jet

    Malaysian authorities have confirmed that the plane wreckage washed up on an Indian Ocean island is from a Boeing 777, meaning the part is almost certainly from missing flight MH370. The debris, part of a plane wing called a flaperon, could provide the first tangible clue to unlocking the mystery surrounding the doomed Malaysia Airlines plane, which disappeared without trace on March 8 last year with 239 people on board, including six Australians. This could be the convincing evidence that MH370 went down in the Indian Ocean," Malaysia's Deputy Transport Minister Abdul Aziz Kaprawi said.

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  • New clue in murder of Indian woman

    Police hope new security camera footage could finally unearth a killer who stabbed a woman to death as she walked home through a Sydney park. Prabha Kumar, 41, was walking home on the night of March 7 and was chatting on the phone to her husband in India when she was stabbed in the neck at Westmead, near Parramatta. Detectives from a special strike force set up to find the killer have released new footage of a person walking through Parramatta Golf Course, towards Jubilee Lane, on the night of Ms Kumar's murder.

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  • Beatrice Borromeo Wore Six Wedding Dresses To Wed Pierre Casiraghi (7 photos)

    Across the course of two weekends, Italian beauty Beatrice Borromeo stunned in a total of six dresses from the likes of Valentino and Armani to wed her real-life prince, Pierre Casiraghi, the grandson of Grace Kelly.

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  • Don't panic, $1m in super not essential

    It would be nice to have $1 million in your superannuation account when you retire, but it's by no way essential. Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees boss Tom Garcia believes claims that a $1 million or more balance was needed for a comfortable retirement is causing unnecessary fear and concern among older Australians. Most people approaching retirement will draw an income that is a combination of both super and the age pension," he says.

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  • The Love Story Of Mark Zuckerberg And Priscilla Chan

    The social networking king Mark Zuckerberg etched a name for himself with Facebook, right on the day when he launched it from his dormitory. This was not a typical Mark Zuckerberg meeting, which would affect millions on the Internet. Mark Zuckerberg met Priscilla Chan, a sophomore from Boston, at a party hosted by Mark’s fraternity in 2003.

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  • Debris has no link to MH370

    A fevered hunt for more wreckage from missing flight MH370 on La Reunion island turned up no new clues Sunday as authorities said metallic debris found by locals did not come from an airplane. Locals on La Reunion island have been combing the shores since the wing part was found last Wednesday, handing over bits of what they believe to be wreckage to police. Malaysian Director General of Civil Aviation Azharuddin Abdul Rahman who is in France for the analysis of the wing part, told AFP one item "was actually from a domestic ladder.

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  • Australian museum to display 'world's finest opal'

    An Australian museum said Monday it would exhibit what it believes is the best opal stone ever found -- a 6.0-centimetre (2.4 inch) multi-coloured gem unearthed in the Outback named the Virgin Rainbow. The South Australian Museum said the stone, valued at more than Aus$1.0 million (US$730,000), would go on public display for the first time in September to mark the centenary of opal mining in the country. "It's of unequalled quality, it's a fully crystal opal," museum director Brian Oldman told AFP.

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  • Tourist films as airline passengers told to prepare for emergency water landing

    A British tourist filmed one of the most distressing episodes of air travel when passengers were told they would need to make an emergency landing. Passengers on the Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to Los Angeles were told to put on their life jackets and remove their shoes by the cabin crew that remained resolute and calm. Ethan Williams, a 25-year-old from the UK, recorded with his phone as passengers on board the Boeing 777-300ER prepped for the emergency descent.

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  • Woman 'sexually harassed' by lion-killing dentist speaks out

    A woman who was allegedly sexually harassed by the dentist who killed Cecil the lion has spoken out. The Daily Mail reports that Tammy Brevik accused the married Walter Palmer of groping her "breasts, buttocks, and genitalia" in a 2005 complaint. Dr Palmer became infamous when it was revealed he killed Cecil, a lion popular with tourists, while on a hunting trip in Zimbabwe.

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  • Ronda Rousey KOs Bethe Correia in 34 seconds

    Ronda Rousey is quickly becoming one of the most iconic athletes in sports. On a night when many of the biggest superstars from sports and entertainment, including NBA stars Kobe Bryant and LeBron James, NFL star Aaron Rodgers, and actors Sylvester Stallone

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  • Man who called dollar rally sees catastrophe ahead

    Back in November 2014, Pal, who is currently the publisher of the Global Macro Investor newsletter and the founder of Real Vision TV, said the U.S. dollar index (Intercontinental Exchange US: @DX.1) was poised to make a move the likes of which hadn't been seen in "many, many years." Now, after the dollar index surged 10 percent, Pal is out with a new prediction, and it could spell trouble for global equities.

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  • Perth housing and unit prices slump

    Perth's median house price has fallen by $20,000 in the June quarter - the largest drop in two years. The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia said the metropolitan median house price dropped from $550,000 to $530,000 while the cost of units, apartments, villas and townhouses fell from $440,000 to $420,000. REIWA president David Airey said it was a similar story in the regions with the median house price dropping by $10,000 to $380,000 and the median apartment price dipping by about $4500 to $325,000.

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  • Why Samsung's slashing Galaxy prices

    Samsung (: 593'A-KR) has announced plans to slash prices on its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones, indicating an effort to boost lagging smartphone sales. The tech giant reported second-quarter earnings on Wednesday and announced its "plans to firmly maintain its sale of premium smartphones by flexibly adjusting the price of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, and launching a new model with a larger screen." Samsung didn't announce specific prices, however. The price-cutting move comes amid falling profits and a declining share of the smartphone market for Samsung.

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  • Trump's call for mass deportations runs into messy realities

    In one of his first forays into policy as a presidential candidate, Republican Donald Trump calls for the deportation of all 11 million people estimated to be living in the country illegally while allowing the "really good people" to return. Such an effort may be more difficult than Trump realizes because deporting so many people means finding them first. Locating immigrants who don't have a legal immigration status has stymied officials for decades.

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  • Dazed and confused woman found at a Bali beach is Adelaide local

    A woman who was found wondering dazed and confused on a Balinese beach has been identified as an Adelaide local. Stacey Lee reports.

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  • Brother of lion Cecil shot and killed

    The brother of Cecil, the lion killed in Zimbabwe by a wealthy US dentist, has been shot and killed, the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force says. "It is with huge disgust and sadness that we have just been informed that Jericho, Cecil's brother has been killed at 4pm today," the task force said on Facebook on Saturday. Zimbabwe is seeking the extradition of the dentist, Walter James Palmer, who illegally killed Cecil, sparking global outrage.

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  • Here's why you don't slow down in the fast lane

    A motorcyclist learned a painful lesson about not slowing down on the highway. Unfortunately, so did one of his mates.The helmet cam footage shows a large contingent of bikers riding along an elevated highway system at varying speeds.One rider varies

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