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  • Woman tested partner before fatal plunges

    Kristen Schroder's decision to climb a fifth-storey cruise ship railing would be the final test of her partner's love. The 26-year-old slipped and fell 18 metres from the balcony, prompting her boyfriend, Paul Rossington, to plunge into the sea after her. Deputy State Coroner Hugh Dillon found on Tuesday that it was improbable Ms Schroder, who suffered anxiety and depression, meant to end her life that night in May, 2013.

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  • Lyfestyled Homewares by Kyly Clarke

    The love for creativity, aromatic scents, travel and home decor was the perfect potion for what would be a passionate business for Kyly Clarke. A religious daily ritual of lighting candles and having incense around her has now turned into a luxurious range of high class soy scented candles and diffusers which deliver a balance of luxe and inspirational aromas for your space. Lighting candles or putting incense in your space gives you the chance to transport yourself back in time, remember a special moment shared, or take you to a new destination yet to be discovered.

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  • Chrissy Teigen Breaks Instagram’s Boob Rules

    The 29-year-old was shot by famed photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for a spread in W magazine. The others include Emily Ratajkowski, Bella Hadid, Irina Shayk, Doutzen Kroes, and more professional lingerie promoters, all posing provocatively in Agent Provocateur, Victoria’s Secret, and little else. “The most uncomfortable I’ve ever been on set was having to model coats,” Teigen told the magazine.

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  • Greece becomes first developed country to default on IMF

    Cash-strapped Greece missed a 1.5 billion euro ($1.7 billion) payment to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday as last-ditch efforts to find a compromise with official EU lenders came to naught. The missed payment made Greece the only developed country ever to fall into default with the global crisis lender and underscored the utter failure of more than five months of efforts to reshape the rescue of the country's economy and prevent it from dropping out of the eurozone. The future of efforts to restore its finances and meet creditor demands for reforms were in question, with fresh proposals from Athens spurned Tuesday as the country moved toward a referendum Sunday on EU bailout offers.

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  • In first, IS beheads two Syria women for 'sorcery': NGO

    Islamic State jihadists have beheaded two women in Syria for "witchcraft and sorcery", a monitor said on Tuesday, in the group's first known decapitation of female civilians. Meanwhile, IS re-entered the town of Tal Abyad on the Turkish border, seized from it by Kurdish forces two weeks ago, and took back one district, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights added. Rami Abdel Rahman, the Britain-based watchdog's chief, said IS "executed two women by beheading them in Deir Ezzor province... the first time the Observatory has documented women being killed by the group in this manner".

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  • Road rage backfires hilariously

    We didn't see this coming! Watch this man’s road rage backfire hilariously.

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  • This is China's biggest problem, expert says

    China 's growth story is "basically over," and the country's recent stock battering reflects "horrible" fundamentals, one economist said Monday. The biggest roadblock for the world's second-largest economy is dependency on exports to the United States and Europe, which face growth problems of their own, said Peter Navarro, an economics professor at the University of California, Irvine. "China is going to be in a slow growth mode and that's going to continue until Europe and the United States recover," he said in a CNBC "Power Lunch" interview.

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  • Alleged wife killer confessed in chilling Facebook post

    Prominent South Australian doctor Robin Michael was found dead in his cell in Hobart’s Risdon Prison on Sunday, where he was on remand for the murder of his wife Kerry Michael on Mount Roland in February. Mr Michael described his wife as one “the most beautiful people” in the world but said he felt betrayed by her after she allegedly had an affair. Mr Michael allegedly murdered his wife on a walking track in Tasmania's northwest.

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  • Bill Hudson says children Oliver and Kate are ‘dead’ to him

    Oliver and Kate Hudson have been publicly disowned by their father, Bill Hudson. Bill Hudson has publicly disowned his children Oliver and Kate Hudson after a cruel Instagram caption, posted on Father’s Day. The bitter history between the father and the children he shares with ex wife, Goldie Hawn, was revisited after Oliver, 38, posted a throwback photo of himself, Kate and their 65-year-old father, with the caption: "Happy Abandonment Day".

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  • Greece defaults as Eurozone rejects debt extension

    Greece has become the first rich nation to default on a loan owed to the International Monetary Fund, putting the country on a course that could see it leave the Eurozone.As expected, Greece – which is holding a referendum on Sunday – was unable to pay

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  • 7 Most Common Makeup Mistakes That Can Make You Look Old

    All of us make such beauty blunders at some point, but are unaware of it. Well do not worry, we are here for you, keep scrolling and take a look at some very common makeup mistakes that end up making you look older. If you put on foundation, layer after layer to hide those fine lines believing that it will make you look prettier, then wait, you are making a mistake here.

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  • How this Geelong man became Mr Universe and 'Schwarzenegger Two'

    Calum von Moger, 24, goes by the nickname Schwarzenegger Two in bodybuilding circles thanks to his Dutch and Austrian heritage. Mr Von Moger told Fairfax he barely ate or drank for a week to cut down body fat before competing.

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  • Distracted driver jumps opening drawbridge

    A distracted driver has been caught on camera crashing through a boom gate and jumping over a rising drawbridge in the United States.Dramatic surveillance vision shows James Montano driving at high speed along the Flagler Bridge in Florida and up onto

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  • Woman survives three days stranded in forest after giving birth

    A Californian woman survived three days alone with her newborn baby in national woodland after giving birth at the side of the road when she ran out of fuel. Amber Pangborn, 35, began having contractions and decided to take an unfamiliar short cut to her parents' home to get help when she ran out of petrol on a desolate back road. Amber Pangborn gave birth to her baby daughter alone in the woods after becoming stranded when she ran out of fuel.

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  • Orlando Bloom smitten with new woman

    Orlando Bloom is dating Luisa Moraes. The 38-year-old actor appeared fascinated by the 28-year-old Brazilian model-and-actress and could hardly take his hands off her during dinner at Zooma Sushi in Malibu, California last night (29.06.15). Orlando - who is currently filming the next 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' movie in Australia with Johnny Depp - split from ex-wife Miranda Kerr in October 2013 and later admitted his number one priority will always be his four-year-old son, Flynn.

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  • First on 7: Surge in Australian immigration turning away more people

    The scale of the crackdown, largely hidden until now, is confirmed in figures released to Seven News under Freedom of Information. Security experts are applauding but immigration lawyers are far from impressed. Tim Lester has the special report.

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  • Ferrari fan Ricciardo says a move is unlikely

    Daniel Ricciardo was a Ferrari fan long before his Red Bull team entered Formula One but, despite media speculation, the Australian does not expect to be moving to Maranello anytime soon. The 25-year-old said on Tuesday, at a Red Bull event ahead of Sunday's British Grand Prix, that his current contract was long-term and "pretty tight". "If I don’t perform well then they (Red Bull) have the ability to let me go. But if I continue to perform well, it’s in their interests to keep the contract as it is," he told reporters.

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  • South Sudan army raped then burnt girls alive: UN

    South Sudan's army raped then torched girls alive inside their homes during a recent campaign marked by "new brutality and intensity", a UN rights report said Tuesday. The military, the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA), launched a major offensive against rebel forces in April, with fierce fighting in Unity state's northern Mayom district, once a key oil producing area. "Survivors of these attacks reported that SPLA and allied militias from Mayom county carried out a campaign against the local population that killed civilians, looted and destroyed villages and displaced over 100,000 people," the UN said.

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  • Rent vs. Buy: Best strategy for 2015

    Most people will tell you that rent is dead money, that it’s better to invest your money in your own house rather than paying off someone else’s mortgage, but paying interest to the bank for your home loan is also dead money, so the decision is not always black and white. New research from the RBA, which aimed to determine whether it is cheaper to rent or buy, suggests it all comes down to future house price growth. The research found that if house prices were to keep growing at the average rate of the past sixty years, then buying a house now would be about as costly as renting.

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  • The best way to spend a layover at Qatar's $16 billion airport

    It’s a brilliant question to ask someone in an airport and one that is never asked at many airports around the world. Sure Qatar’s $16 Billion Hamad International Airport in Doha has life-sized animatronic dinosaurs, a $6.8 million 7-metre-tall bear sculpture from Swiss artist Urs Fischer and one of the largest Christian Dior perfumeries you’ve ever seen. After a brief visit before my morning flight on Qatar Airways from Doha to New York City, I made a pledge to never visit another XpresSpa again.

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