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Incredible one-handed football catch

High school student catches ball while doing backflip

He may be just 16, but Marco Wilson is already being offered plenty of scholarships from college teams for his impressive football skills.

  • Russia's 'Human Barbie' says parents raised her to be a princess

    Angelica Kenova not only looks like a human Barbie but she’s treated like one too. The 26-year-old Russian beauty lives with her parents and has never had a boyfriend. Kenova, known as ‘the Human Barbie’ has been dressed up as the iconic doll since she was born, and is only allowed on dates if her mum, Natalia, comes with her.

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  • Aussie mum, 52, proudly breastfeeds six-year-old daughter

    A Byron Bay mum who proudly breastfeeds her six-year-old daughter says she would feed her in the playground if she asked for it. Maha Al Musa, 52, told Woman's Day she regularly breastfed her daughter Aminah and hasn’t immunized her because she believed in the power of breastmilk. Ms Al Musa was pictured in the publication cradling her daughter as she was being breastfed in a park with her school uniform on.

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  • Married At First Sight shock: ‘Michael’s a heartbreaker!’

    Michael's ex warns his new wife Roni there's a very different side to the Married At First Sight groom than meets the eye in this week's New Idea, on sale now. Melbourne woman ‘Sasha’ reveals that she had a brief but intense romance with Michael late last year, describing their meeting as a ‘dream come true’. Sasha – who has asked not to be identified – reveals that Michael, 31, told her he saw a future with her, describing their relationship as a ‘fairytale’ and she thought he was 'The One'.

    New Idea
  • Friends 'tortured, dismembered man over drug debt'

    The body parts of Beau Davies, 24, was found in a wheelie bin at a house in Boulder belonging to Steven Roberts, 50, who is one of the four who went on trial for murder in the Supreme Court today. Stephen Gandy, 40, Christian Gomis, 30, and Jayden Kett, 26, are also charged with murdering Mr Davies, who was said to be using and dealing methamphetamine in Kalgoorlie in the months before his death. Prosector Bruno Fiannaca said it would be alleged that Mr Roberts and Mr Gandy, who were also in the drug business, had told various people that Mr Davies owed them money.

    The West Australian
  • Mobile speed camera blockers could face fines

    Anyone parking directly behind a mobile speed camera to stop it catching speeding drivers could find themselves facing big fines. Roads Minister Duncan Gay says he has had enough and is close to making such behaviour an offence. "These guys are not local heroes...they are just local idiots,” Mr Gay said.

    7News
  • Bulls charge market to higher close

    US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen said on Friday she expected to begin normalising monetary policy with a rate rise later this year if the US economy continued to improve. “The overall sense here is that the ongoing impact of lower oil prices on inflation in general, and of dollar strength on tradeable goods prices in particular, is no longer sufficient to prevent core inflation rising and led by services,” National Australia Bank global head of currency strategy Ray Attrill said.

    The West Australian
  • Workmates lay claim to Powerball windfall

    Ask any lottery winner and they will tell you it is easy to lose friends after they find out about your multi-million dollar windfall. One Victorian man, who is only suspected of winning the lottery, appears to have proven this in grand form. The workers suspect their syndicate might be among the rightful winners of a $50 million Powerball jackpot which was shared between three newly minted millionaires in October last year.

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  • Sweden pips Russia in Eurovision pop fest nail-biter

    Sweden narrowly beat Russia on Sunday in a nail-biting 60th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, winning its sixth crown in Europe's annual anything-goes music extravaganza. Forty-one years after Swedish superstars ABBA took the title, chiseled Mans Zelmerlow won 365 points from voters and juries in 40 countries with his up-tempo crowd-pleaser "Heroes". As the scores came through nation by nation via videolink to Vienna, it looked for a while as though Russian Polina Gagarina would take the title with her paean to world peace "A Million Voices".

    AFP
  • Prince Harry has finally met Princess Charlotte!

    Prince Harry has finally met his new niece, Princess Charlotte. Prince Harry finally got to meet his new niece, Princess Charlotte over the weekend. The 30-year-old royal was in Australia for military training when the Princess was born three weeks ago, but he made his way back to England to meet the new baby girl at Prince William and Kate Middleton's home at Anmer Hall on Friday.

    New Idea
  • What Happens When a Harvard Engineer Gets Robbed?

    He designs a smarter home security system—without contracts, installation fees or sneaky salesmen. Discover a smarter way to protect your home today.

  • Nishikori inspires Japanese French Open record

    Japan smashed a record which had stood for almost half a century at the French Open on Sunday by seeing five men make the first round draw. Not since 1967 has Japan enjoyed such relative riches in Paris with world number five Kei Nishikori leading the way. "I think it's great for Asia, not only Japan," said 30-year-old Soeda of Japan's achievement.

    AFP
  • Toddler's Tantrum Leaves President Obama Speechless

    A little girl wasn't pleased to meet President Barack Obama. A toddler visiting the White House in April for Passover dinner had a fit and threw herself down on the Red Room's carpet – right at Obama's feet. The Commander-in-Chief handled it like a pro, gamely mugging for the camera as young Claudia Moser, daughter of journalist Laura Moser, wailed in front of him.

    Who
  • Inside the hunt for Australia's most notorious serial killer

    More than 20 years since Australia's worst serial killer was brought to justice Channel 7's series Catching Milat has looked inside the hunt for Ivan Milat. The Ivan Milat killing spree began when two bushwalkers discovered the bodies of British backpackers Caroline Clarke and Joanne Walters, who had originally disappeared after leaving a youth hostel in Kings Cross in April 1992. On October 6 1993 fears began to grow there a serial killer was preying on backpackers in NSW after two more bodies were found in the forest.

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  • China taps private investors for $US317b

    China's state planning agency on Monday released a list of more than 1,000 proposed projects totalling 1.97 trillion yuan ($317.75 billion) that it is inviting private investors to help fund, build and operate. The National Development and Reform Commission said the 1,043 projects, in sectors such as transport, water conservancy and public services, will be done as public-private partnerships (PPP). An NDRC statement on its website did not say whether private investors will include foreign firms.

    Reuters
  • Driver lucky to be alive after hitting kangaroo

    A driver is lucky to be live after a kangaroo smashed through her car windscreen north of Melbourne, leaving her in hospital with serious injuries. Denise Gathercole's face took the full impact of the huge animal when it smashed through her windscreen. Ms Gathercole's partner George was not injured and managed to call Triple 0.

    7News
  • Break-up blow up for X Factor host

    As rumours continue to swirl that Luke Jacobz will not return for the new season of The X Factor, it appears he has suffered a blow to his personal life, too. The TV personality, who has hosted the Seven talent search for several years, has reportedly ended his relationship with girlfriend of two years, Katie Hansen. While a new-look panel of judges was recently announced for this year’s X Factor, including Guy Sebastian and James Blunt, it is still unknown who will fill the coveted hosting role on the latest series.

    The West Australian
  • 'You don't belong here': Family receives racist letter

    Police are investigating after an African-American family in the United States was sent an anonymous letter telling them they “don’t belong” in the predominately white town where they live. The Copes family, from Lindenhurst in New York, received a note in the mail on Thursday encouraging them to move away, WPIX reports. “Please leave Lindenhurst as soon as you can.

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  • Guy Sebastian Wows at Eurovision

    Guy Sebastian represents Australia in Eurovision 2015 contest. With the support of Australia behind him, Guy Sebastian has placed fifth in this year's Eurovison Song Contest grand final in Vienna, Austria. One of 27 finalists in the ballad-heavy contest which was taken out by Sweden, Sebastian, 33, cut through the noise with an energetic performance of his up-tempo R&B-pop hit, Tonight Again.

    Who
  • Medical miracle: Man survives near decapitation in car crash

    By every count, Tony Cowan shouldn’t be alive.The 29-year-old, from Durham in the United Kingdom, was nearly decapitated when his car spun out of control and hit a telephone pole in September last year.'Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash killed in

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  • Hockey fields taxing questions on Q&A

    Treasurer Joe Hockey's living arrangements moved centre stage alongside his budget during a solo appearance on Q&A. Mr Hockey was the sole guest on Monday night, fielding questions on subjects ranging from marriage equality to the government's small business tax policy, its paid parental leave scheme and his rent arrangements. Host Tony Jones then asked Mr Hockey about a News Corp Australia article saying Mr Hockey had claimed more than $100,000 in allowances relating to a house owned by his wife.

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  • Perth Wildcat tamed by stunning bride

    At more than 2m tall, Tom Jervis is a force to be reckoned with on the basketball court. With McNeill keeping much of the plans a secret from her beau, Jervis toldAAA Weekend many details of the day took him by surprise — the ultimate being the moment he first caught a glimpse of his bride in her custom Steven Khalil wedding gown. “Seeing Jazze for the first time in her dress just blew me away,” Jervis, 28, laughed.

    The West Australian