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  • Sharapova slams 'disrespectful' treatment of Nadal

    Maria Sharapova blasted the "disrespectful" treatment of fellow French Open champion Rafael Nadal on Friday. Nadal, the nine-time champion at Roland Garros and who boasts an astonishing record of 66 wins and just one defeat, comes into the 2015 tournament ranked seven in the world, his lowest in a decade. "Everyone expects so much of Rafa at this time of year.

  • Police officer caught karate kicking suspect drink driver in head

    Jaw-dropping footage shows the moment a police officer karate kicked a suspected drink driver as fellow officers watched on.The 41-year-old officer can be seen kicking the suspect across the head twice.He kicks the suspect with his left foot and then

  • Giant kangaroo intimidates Brisbane's North Lakes

    Residents in North Lakes, Brisbane, are being kept on the hop.A massive kangaroo has been spotted on walking tracks in parks and even on the golf course.Smaller kangaroos are often seen in the area but the big buck stands out from the troop - he has a

  • Boris an outcast from Milat clan

    Boris Milat arranges the rifles on the dining room table - a good half-dozen spit-polished weapons - and prompts me to pick up one. Boris Milat hasn't gone by that name in more than a decade but he can't change his DNA. It is a combination of loyalty and fear that has kept Boris silent about Ivan's crimes for decades and turned him into a recluse after his brother's arrest.

    The West Australian
  • Couple killed by leaking fumes after having sex in parked car

    A couple has died by carbon monoxide poisoning which seeped in while they were having sex in a parked car. The US pair were found dead in a parked car in Kentucky late last week. Sheriffs told local media the pair were killed by carbon monoxide that seeped through a small hole in their sedan’s rusted exhaust pipe.

  • George Clooney may have 'crossed the line' with new prank on Brad Pitt

    George Clooney says he may have 'crossed the line' with his latest prank on Brad Pitt. George Clooney has revealed he may have "crossed the line" with a planned prank on on-off pal Brad Pitt. "I'm doing one now that I can't tell you about, but in a year you are going to hear I've been arrested—I'm not kidding, because I think I've crossed the line," George told BBC host Graham Norton.

    New Idea
  • This photo could save your life

    Lisa Royle warned the world of just how subtle breast cancer can be, in a photo that’s now gone viral. When we think of breast cancer, we tend to think of a lump or mass, but sometimes a cancer can present in the subtlest of ways — something Lisa Royle of Manchester, United Kingdom, now knows well. The 42-year-old mother posted a photo of her breast to Facebook just before her mastectomy, which has now been shared more than 71,000 times and garnered more than 45,000 times.

    Yahoo US
  • Prince William: Charlotte keeps us up all night and George never stops moving!

    Prince William opened up about newborn daughter Charlotte and her big brother, George during a visit to The National Football Centre at St. George's Park in England on May 20. Photo: Getty ImagesPrince William has revealed he isn't getting much sleep

    New Idea
  • China and the new arms race in the South China Sea

    The Philippines , Vietnam , Indonesia , Malaysia , Thailand and Taiwan are beefing up their military in the face of increasingly bold incursions in the region by China. China has over recent years declared increasing levels of sovereignty over the South China Sea, even parts of it that are far from the Chinese mainland. Largely as a result, other nations in the region have allocated more money for weapons and are expected to spend even more: IHS Janes sees virtually every nation in the region boosting expenditures-Indonesian procurement spending is expected to spike by 61 percent by 2021, for instance, and the Philippines is seen doubling spending in that time frame.

  • 'Top 10' new species includes cartwheeling spider, 'chicken from hell'

    The 10 are "a reminder of the wonders awaiting us," said Quentin Wheeler, president of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, which issues the list. The feathered dinosaur whose partial skeletons were unearthed in the Dakotas was a contemporary of Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops.

  • Reds' loss not O'Connor's fault

    James O'Connor won't bear the burden of blame on his own for Queensland's deflating 21-14 Super Rugby loss to the Sharks on Friday. While it was O'Connor's late howler that ultimately cost them, it was just one of a litany of errors on the night that held the Reds back from snatching a win that was well and truly there for the taking, according to coach Richard Graham. O'Connor looked ready for the ground to swallow him up after his miscued 69th-minute kick from behind his own tryline which should have relieved pressure on Queensland - but instead handed Sharks halfback Stefan Ungerer his second try on a silver platter.

  • WA's hidden meth addicts

    Businessmen running big companies and footballers are among WA's hidden methamphetamine addicts, according to a drug rehabilitation expert. Tabitha Corser, a Drug and Alcohol Office-trained counsellor in private practice, said meth users were wrongly assumed to be mostly fly-in, fly-out workers. Ms Corser, who runs the Whitehaven Clinic, said addicts with money could hide their addiction.

    The West Australian
  • Mother held organs for 40 minutes while waiting for ambulance

    Sam Bell, from Liphook in the United Kingdom, gave birth to daughter Chloe on March 24 and was given the all clear to leave hospital. "I just felt this twinge,” Ms Bell told the Mirror. The mother-of-two said the pain was excruciating but said she was forced to hold her organs for 40 minutes until an ambulance arrived.

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  • Assistance dog refused entry to store

    A Karnup woman who relies on an assistance dog says she was left humiliated when a jewellery store in Perth refused her entry and called the police. Krystal Jose, who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and severe anxiety, said staff at Hardy Brothers in the Hay Street Mall locked the store's doors when she and two friends attempted to enter the store earlier this month. The 22-year-old said staff ignored her pleas to allow her to shop for a Mother's Day gift with German shepherd Rex, who was wearing a vest identifying him as a registered assistance dog.

    The West Australian
  • Model meets her new Beau

    When local brothers Beau LeFort and Toby Kruger-LeFort went for dinner Monday night the last person they expected to see was the Face of Myer and former Miss Universe winner Jennifer Hawkins. When Toby told Beau it was Hawkins, he didn’t believe it, but after a double-take he realised it was in fact the 2004 Miss Universe winner. The star-struck lads avoided disturbing Hawkins during dinner – although Beau cheekily posted to his Facebook page he was “having dinner with Jennifer Hawkins” – and approached her after hoping to get a happy snap with her.

    The West Australian
  • Mazda, Subaru, Mitsubishi add 710,000 cars to Takata air bag recall

    Japan's Mazda Motor Corp , Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd and Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Friday they would recall about 710,000 more cars equipped with air bag inflators made by parts supplier Takata Corp . The recalls follow similar moves last week by other Japanese automakers to replace Takata's inflators. Regulators have linked six deaths worldwide to defective Takata air bags which exploded too violently and shot shrapnel into vehicles.

  • The Duggars Respond to Reports That Josh Duggar Was Accused of Child Molestation

    Reality star Josh Duggar and his family have responded to claims he was accused of molesting five underage girls as a teenager. Photo: Getty Images"Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret

  • China jails 'Fast & Furious' Lamborghini, Ferrari drivers

    Two unemployed men who crashed a Lamborghini and Ferrari as they reportedly staged a "real-life Fast and Furious" race through Beijing were sentenced to jail Thursday for dangerous driving, the court said. According to reports a woman passenger in Tang Weitian's green Lamborghini was left with a broken spine in the accident. The other driver Yu Muchun, 20, drove a red Ferrari.

  • Vigilante travellers are telling off rude people

    Munyee Lau, 24, has become an international pseudo-celebrity since her sarcastic open letter to “passenger 15A” went viral. In her 550-word manifesto, Lau ripped apart a rude passenger who sat behind her during a long AirAsia flight from Singapore to Sydney last month. Lau’s letter, which dripped with sarcasm, thanked the passenger for giving her “a full back massage by repeatedly kicking the back of chair,” talking and chewing loudly during the flight, and propping up her feet between Lau’s seat and the plane window.

    Total Travel
  • US agents plotted to find bin Laden via meds: report

    The United States plotted to find Osama bin Laden by concealing tracking devices in medical supplies, possibly through Red Cross hospitals, a report said Thursday, citing documents leaked by former security contractor Edward Snowden. The Intercept news site quoted from a National Security Agency slide presentation dated June 2010 which discussed the possibility of going from "Pharma to Target" by penetrating "the non-electronic moat" that protected bin Laden from surveillance in his Pakistan hideout. Titled "Medical Pattern of Life: Targeting High Value Individual #1," the presentation cites CIA reports on the Al-Qaeda chief's poor health and invokes a scenario in which spy agencies target the "supply chain" of likely medicine and equipment destined for bin Laden.