• Miley Cryus bares breasts in tribute to Joan Jett

    Miley Cyrus bared her breasts in tribute to Joan Jett as she inducted the singer in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker arrived at the prestigious ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio last night (18.04.15) wearing revealing black dungarees and pink heart shaped nipple covers adorned with the legendary singer's initials to welcome her band Joan Jett & the Blackhearts into the club. Miley - who also sported unshaved armpits - gushed over Joan as she took to the stage and recalled an encounter between herself and the 56-year-old star.

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  • Hundreds attend little girl's birthday after no one RSVPs

    Hundreds of people flocked to a ten-year-old girl’s birthday party after finding out her classmates were not going to attend. Minnesota girl Mackenzie Moretter has Sotos Syndrome, which means she has trouble socialising and her general development is delayed, the Daily Mail reported. More than 700 people joined the Facebook event ‘Mackenzie’s birthday’ and up to 300 guests reportedly turned up to help her celebrate.

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  • Blue Mountains blood trail mystery solved

    A trail of blood that prompted police to establish a crime scene in the NSW Blue Mountains is not as sinister as first thought. Local Area Command Duty Officer Inspector Sonya Tabor says they have spoken to a man who was travelling to Queensland.

  • Woman discovers co-worker is her birth mother

    An adopted US woman discovered she was working in the same office as her birth mother. The Ohio woman was reunited with her birth mother last week after 38 years apart. La-Sonya Mitchell-Clark, 38, began her search for her birth mother in March after officials released birth records.

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  • Rossi wins in Argentina after Marquez crashes out

    Italian Valentino Rossi won the Argentine MotoGP Grand Prix with a thrilling display after a clash with world champion Marc Marquez in the second-last lap saw the Spaniard crash out. Championship leader Rossi won with more than a five-second lead over second-placed compatriot Andrea Dovizioso with Britain's Cal Crutchlow finishing third. The stage seemed set for Marquez to win his second straight race this season after building a lead of over four seconds but Rossi weaved his way from his eighth-placed start to the front.

  • More than 30% of Arab youth jobless: labour official

    More than 30 percent of young Arabs are jobless because of unrest in many Arab nations and not enough investment, a top labour official said on Sunday. "The unemployment rate among Arab youth until the age of 30 years exceeds 30 percent," the director general of the Arab Labour Organisation Ahmad Mohammed Luqman told AFP. "Due to unrest in several Arab nations, the number of Arabs without jobs has jumped two million since 2011, making the total number of unemployed Arabs at 20 million," Luqman said on the sidelines of the annual Arab labour conference.

  • Japan lesbian couple 'wed' amid calls for same-sex marriage

    A lesbian couple held a symbolic wedding ceremony in Tokyo on Sunday, as calls grow for Japan to legalise same-sex marriage. While their marriage will not be recognised under law, actresses Ayaka Ichinose, 34, and Akane Sugimori, 28 -- both dressed in white -- tied the knot in front of some 80 relatives and friends. "We held the wedding ceremony so that it might become easier for others to do the same in the future," Sugimori told press afterwards.

  • India's bidi workers suffer for 1,000-a-day habit

    Zainab Begum Alvi and her band of young helpers hunch over baskets filled with tobacco flakes and dried leaves, trying to roll a thousand dirt-cheap cigarettes a day at the behest of India's powerful bidi barons. "There is no other work than this, so if I don't do it, I can't do anything else," added Alvi, a tiny and gaunt woman from the impoverished northern state of Uttar Pradesh who says she is in her 50s. Around 70 million Indians smoke the hand-rolled bidis, which are nimbly bound together by workers such as Alvi and her young relatives with khaki-coloured tendu leaves and cotton thread.

  • Welcome to the condo of the future

    Lake Life, an executive condominium under development in Singapore, provides a glimpse into housing of the not-so-distant future. "I've always been a promoter of using technology for enhancing lifestyle," Vincent Ong, managing partner at Evia Real Estate told CNBC. Lake Life, which will be ready for occupation in 2018, is located in Jurong Lake District - a former industrial neighborhood that was recently designated as the test-bed for smart city initiatives.

  • Contraceptive Pills May Be Changing Your Brain

    A new study has revealed that the contraceptive Pill may change women's brains. Neuroscientists have revealed that the synthetic hormones found in popular birth control pills can affect the function of the brain. In a recent study of 90 women (44 were taking the Pill), researchers at UCLA found that two key areas of the brain were thinner in women taking the contraceptive pill than those who were not.

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  • Hamilton pulls away after three wins in four races

    Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Bahrain Grand Prix for the second year in a row on Sunday with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen back on the podium to deny Mercedes another one-two finish under the floodlights. The 30-year-old increased his lead over Rosberg in the standings to 27 points, with the Briton now having 93 points to the German's 66 as the championship heads back to start the European season. "I am gunning for it," Hamilton told triple world champion Jackie Stewart, doing the podium interviews, when reminded that he could also be a three-times champion by the end of the season.

  • Good Times Star Ben Powers Dies at 64

    Alton "Ben" Powers, known best for his work on CBS sitcom Good Times, has died, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Powers passed away on April 6 in New Bedford Massachusetts, according to his family obituary. Born in Brooklyn, New York, but raised by his grandparents in Providence, Rhode Island, the actor attended the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design for painting and sketching.

  • How China is upsetting the old global economic order

    With its huge new infrastructure bank and its ambitions for a globalized renminbi currency, China is leading the upending of a 70-year-old global order built on American economic power. Beijing's rise was confirmed this week at the Spring meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund in Washington, the two institutions by which the economic vision of the United States has been propagated across the world since their founding in 1944. The US-selected president of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim, applauded China's "bold step in the direction of multilateralism" for its new Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, even as many view it as a rival to the Bank.

  • The MKR finals begin with the ultimate instant restaurant round

    Victorian housemates Jane and Emma falter at the last hurdle and fail to make the Top 5.My Kitchen Rules' Top 5 teams have been decided with the finals series kicking off Monday, April 20 at 7.30pm following Jane and Emma's elimination of from the competition

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  • Abbott govt grilled over climate policy

    The Abbott government has been handed a "please explain" notice by the United Nations, which has submitted questions to Australia from other countries on its climate change policies. The world's biggest greenhouse gas emitters, including China and the US, are reportedly questioning the credibility of the direct action policies in the lead-up to the Paris climate summit in December. China has accused Australia of doing less to cut its emissions than is expected of other developed nations.

  • Toddler cryogenically frozen by parents after death

    A toddler who died from a brain tumour has become the youngest person to be cryogenically frozen in the hope she will one day be revived. Tests revealed a 11cm tumour in the left side of her brain, Motherboard's Brian Merchant reports. Matheryn fell into a coma and endured 12 rounds of brain surgery, 20 chemotherapy treatments, and 20 radiation therapy sessions.

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  • Greece's Varoufakis warns of Grexit contagion

    Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said in an interview broadcast on Sunday that if Greece were to leave the euro zone, there would be an inevitable contagion effect. "Anyone who toys with the idea of cutting off bits of the euro zone hoping the rest will survive is playing with fire," he told La Sexta, a Spanish TV channel, in an interview recorded 10 days ago.

  • Greece will not cross 'red lines' on debt talks: deputy PM

    Greece's deputy prime minister Ioannis Dragasakis said Sunday that Athens would stand firm on its red lines in negotiations with its creditors for billions in aid, despite escalating fears that the country could soon be forced to default. Greece's creditors -- the European Union, European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund -- are waiting for Athens to submit an acceptable programme of reforms it would undertake in exchange for 7.2 billion euros ($7.8 billion) in bailout funds.

  • Facebook saves baby's life

    Facebook is often a subject of controversy, but the site recently scored a win by helping to save a little girl’s life. Arizona mother Joanna Murphy was scrolling through her Facebook feed when she spotted an article about a woman who, after seeing an unusual photo of her niece, helped diagnose a serious eye condition in the girl. The story made Ms Murphy pause — she had also seen something odd in photos of her infant daughter Elizabeth.

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  • Yemen's Houthi leader accuses Saudi Arabia of seeking to invade

    The leader of Yemen's Iranian-allied Houthi militia accused Saudi Arabia on Sunday of plotting to seize the country, in a fiery speech suggesting he was in no mood to compromise despite more than three weeks of Saudi-led bombing. Saudi Arabia's goal is "the invasion of this country, its occupation and placing this country again under its feet and hegemony", Abdel-Malek al-Houthi said. The announcement puts at least 15,000 troops in the desert and mountain border area on the same side as Saudi Arabia, which hosts the embattled Yemeni president in its capital Riyadh.