• Hard-nosed Hawks no bullies: Roughead

    Jarryd Roughead makes no apologies for Hawthorn's hard-nosed approach ahead of this week's much-anticipated AFL preliminary final rematch against Port Adelaide. On Monday, Power onballer Hamish Hartlett said the imposing Hawks "almost bullied" teams into submission around the contest, with Port needing to match that physicality on Saturday night at Adelaide Oval. "He can call us bullies but I don't think we are - we've been playing that kind of footy for the last five or six years, so it's not as if it's anything new," Roughead said on Tuesday.

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  • Mother locks daughters in bedroom so pedophile partner can stay over

    A convicted pedophile is reportedly allowed to live in the same house as two young girls so long as their mother locks them in their bedroom at night. The girls grandmother claims social services approved the plan before the girl's step-dad moved in, despite knowledge of his history. “The alarm and the other so-called precautions stop my granddaughters being abused are a load of rubbish,” she told the Sunday Mirror.

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  • Girl has terrible reaction to romantic prom proposal

    SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOThis has got to be the most cringe-worthy prom proposal you will ever see!In the US, asking your partner to the prom is a pretty big deal and a lot of people go all out.This guy thought he had it all figured out when he decided to

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  • Russell Crowe: 'Buying The Rabbitohs Ruined My Marriage'

    The 51-year-old purchased the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2006, and the team took home the NRL Premiership last year. During an appearance on an American television show, Russell Crowe admitted his co-ownership of the team was a contributing factor to his split from his wife of nine years, Danielle Spencer. Crowe celebrates the Rabbitohs win at the 2014 NRL Grand Final.

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  • Indian cricketer dies after tragic accident

    Young Indian up and coming cricketer Anit Keshr has died three days after suffering a head injury in a freak accident on the field. The 20-year-old went into hospital on after colliding with a teammate attempting to take a catch during a match between local East Bengal and Bhowanipore teams. "He was not breathing, so I gave him CPR, only then he started breathing," East Bengal teammate Shibsagar Singh said.

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  • Airport annoyance of DIY check in

    Richard Asher is fuming in the queue for a flight.“Just for your future reference,” says the airport lady with the blood-red lipstick, “you put your passport in the scanner face down, like this.”I nod and grunt. And make a mental note to deliberately

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  • Kylie Jenner Parties At Coachella In Lingerie

    Kylie Jenner sported a racy black lace number for the second weekend of Coachella. The Kardashian-Jenner takeover of Coachella continues! Kylie Jenner – who's been spotted at this year's Indio, California, music festival with sister Kendall Jenner and friend Haley Baldwin – was joined this weekend by big sister Khloe Kardashian and boyfriend Tyga.

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  • Last Gallipoli warship unravels myths of WWI disaster

    Britain's last surviving warship from Gallipoli is being restored to mark the bloody campaign's centenary, as a new exhibition tries to counter myths surrounding the disastrous World War I offensive. HMS M33, one of only three British ships remaining from the whole 1914-1918 war, is being painstakingly renovated in a dry dock in Portsmouth, the Royal Navy's home on the English south coast. The rudimentary ship is being conserved to help bring the story of Gallipoli to life -- and attempt to paint a more rounded picture of the costly Allied attempt to seize the Turkish peninsula.

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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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  • Dealer's body dumped in cemetery lake

    A prolific drug dealer was strangled by one of her clients and then dumped still alive in a cemetery lake because he wanted to rob her of a large amount of cash and meth, a court has been told. The body of Diana Matthews, 46, was found in the shallow reservoir of Rockingham Memorial Park cemetery in 2011. Allan Bradley McIntosh today went on trial for Ms Matthews' murder, accused of using a length of wire to choke her as they travelled in a car driven by another woman.

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  • Mysterious 'worm rain' stumps scientists in Norway

    Scientists in Norway have been left baffled after thousands of earthworms ‘rained down’ in parts of the country. Biology teacher Karstein Erstad came across the slimy invertebrates while skiing outside the city of Bergen. Erstad took one of the earthworms to an environmental expert at the Bioforsk research institute.

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  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson: I don't notice age gap with wife Sam

    Aaron Taylor-Johnson doesn't notice the age gap between him and his wife. The 'Nowhere Boy' star refuses to "engage" in any talk about the difference in age between him and his wife Sam Taylor-Johnson, who is 23 years his senior.

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  • No grudges from MKR duo

    My Kitchen Rules’ Victorian besties Jane Kitson and Emma Wynne aren’t holding any grudges against contestants Ash Pollard and Camilla Counsel after they were sent packing from kitchen headquarters in a dramatic sudden death cook-off last night. After a strategic move by Melbourne socialites Pollard and Counsel which saw the two forced to use okra as their main ingredient in a vegetarian dish, the pair were forced to cook off against WA’sEva Lean andDebra Ch’ng in a tense challenge that ultimately led to their departure from the hit show.

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  • Japan robot receptionist welcomes shoppers

    She can smile, she can sing and this robot receptionist who started work in Tokyo on Monday never gets bored of welcoming customers to her upmarket shop. "My name is ChihiraAico. How do you do?" she says in Japanese, blinking and nodding to customers in the foyer of Mitsukoshi, Japan's oldest department store chain.

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  • Mercedes no longer alone for luxury

    For a long time, Mercedes-Benz largely had the segment to itself after it launched the CLS in Australia in 2004. Based on the E-Class, the swoopy-roofed stunner has long been popular with those looking to stand out from the rest of the executive crowd.

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  • Paul McCartney pays glowing tribute to Ringo Starr

    Sir Paul McCartney says his friendship with Ringo Starr is a "beautiful thing". The 72-year-old singer handed over the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Award for Musical Excellence to his former Beatles bandmate at the 30th year of the annual event at Cleveland's Public Hall, in Ohio, on Saturday (18.04.15) and paid him a glowing tribute in his speech. Reflecting on their early days together, Paul recalled: "We did ballrooms and clubs around England, and we got a little work in Europe, and then we eventually came to America.

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  • Black urine shows real brutality of boxing

    Lucas Matthysse won a majority decision against Ruslan Provodnikov in a 12-round super lightweight bout Saturday night. Argentina's Matthysse landed the majority of the punches in the first round and opening a cut near Provodnikov’s left eye early in the second. Provodnikov continued to cop punishment through the bout but it was not until after the fight that the true cost of the beating was realised.

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  • 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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  • Philippines voices China alarm as US war games begin

    The Philippines voiced alarm Monday about Chinese "aggressiveness" in disputed regional waters as it launched giant war games with the United States that were partly aimed as a warning shot to Beijing. Philippine military chief General Gregorio Catapang released what he said were satellite photos of intense recent Chinese construction over seven reefs and shoals in the Spratly archipelago of the flashpoint South China Sea. "We have compelling reasons to raise our voice to tell the whole world the adverse effects of China's aggressiveness," Catapang told reporters, describing the reclamation and construction activities as "massive".

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  • 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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