• Former NASA man says he saw alien

    A former NASA engineer has pleaded with people to take him seriously after claiming he saw a 2.7m-tall alien while monitoring a space mission.Clark McClelland has taken to YouTube with a series of videos to explain: "I love my planet, I love our human

    The West Australian
  • Scientists catch a feral cat killing a large mammal on camera 'for the first time'

    A Tasmanian scientist has caught on camera a feral cat killing and eating a four-kilogram pademelon, providing the best direct evidence of feral cats killing mammals heavier than two kilograms. Scientists suspected that feral cats were capable of taking down the larger animals after the remains of three- to four-kilogram animals were found, but until now a feral cat had not been caught in action. University of Tasmania researcher Bronwyn Fancourt told 936 ABC Hobart the event was caught by accident.

    ABC
  • Samsung takes it to Apple with S6

    In its latest attempt to turn around its declining market share of its mobile phone business, Samsung today revealed the pricing and specifications of the latest incarnation of its flagship phone, the Galaxy S6. The South Korean phone maker will release the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge - a phone with a wraparound screen on the phone's edges - to Australian stores on April 10, with the edge starting at $1149. The phone maker also claims the thin (6.8mm/7mm edge) and lightweight (138g /132g edge) is "setting a new standard for Samsung in universal wireless charging", and has an extended battery life.

    The West Australian
  • Georgians hit by Ruble troubles

    For Mariam Matiashvili, Georgia's crumbling tourist trade is a health risk. The 64-year-old woman spends much of her meagre pension of 150 lari ($A86) a month on medicine and has long lived off selling cheap jewellery at a flea market to tourists, mainly from Russia and Ukraine. "There were some signs of life in January, when suddenly some tourists from Russia, Ukraine and Poland appeared, but since then it's been a complete catastrophe," said Matiashvili.

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  • Accused doctor 'took advantage of victims'

    A doctor accused of sexually assaulting ten of his female patients under his medical "cloak of legitimacy" has been described as an incorrigible liar, who took advantage of his victims' vulnerabilities to exploit and assault them. Former GP Ranjit Kumar Panda has been on trial for two weeks, charged with raping and indecently assaulting the ten women during consultations at the Forrest Family Practice in Bunbury in 2012. In closing, prosecutor Amanda Forrester said the combined evidence from each of the ten women had produced an "overwhelming web of proof" against Dr Panda, which included extorting sexual favours from one patient in return for giving her prescription drugs.

    The West Australian
  • Celebrating Australian cricketers star in bizarre radio interview

    By all accounts the Australian cricket side celebrated in a big way after beating New Zealand to claim the 2015 World Cup on Sunday night.Given the amount of alcohol being consumed, we're not quite sure who thought an early morning phone interview with

    7Sport
  • Black Caps sledged for being 'too nice'

    Aussie wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has hit back at criticism of his sledging in the World Cup final, claiming the Black Caps 'deserved it'. Talking to Triple M, Haddin addressed questions over his controversial sending off of New Zealand batsmen Martin Guptill and Grant Elliott. “They were that nice to us in New Zealand and we were that uncomfortable,” Haddin said.

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  • Prince George is Heading to Public School

    Prince Prince George will attend public school. Photo: New Idea/GettyFor centuries, royal children have been privately educated at Britain's most elite institutions or behindpalace doors. However, Prince George is already set to break tradition, with

    New Idea
  • Jamie Oliver Says Gordon Ramsay Is “Deeply Jealous” Of His Success

    Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay pictured in happier times. Things are heating up in the kitchen between celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay. "Two British chefs, Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay, rubbing shoulders together in Hong Kong,” Ramsay said an interview with CNBC.

    Yahoo7 Lifestyle
  • Lotto luck strikes WA three times

    A triple dose of Lotto luck struck WA at the weekend with three Division 1 Lotto tickets - each worth $1.6 million - sold in Saturday night's $21 million Saturday Lotto Superdraw.The winning tickets were sold at Jackpot Lottery Centre in Mirrabooka,

    The West Australian
  • Buying a house when you can’t afford one

    The Australian housing market is tough and many buyers are being priced out. The First Home Owner Grant has recently doubled, so if you are an Australian citizen who has never owned a home, you can be eligible to receive $15,000 to purchase a new home or build a new one. Many states around the country are offering further incentives to encourage the bottom end of the housing market to get active.

    Yahoo7 Moneyhound
  • Putin letter to Arab summit triggers strong Saudi attack

    Saudi Arabia accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of hypocrisy, telling an Arab summit that he should not express support for the Middle East while fuelling instability by supporting Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad. In a rare move, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced that a letter from Putin would be read out to the gathering in Egypt, where Arab leaders discussed an array of regional crises, including conflicts in Syria, Yemen and Libya. "We support the Arabs' aspirations for a prosperous future and for the resolution of all the problems the Arab world faces through peaceful means, without any external interference," Putin said in the letter.

    Reuters
  • Former 007's 'Racist' Comments Spark Social Media Backlash

    Former James Bond star, Roger Moore, has found himself in hot water following an interview he gave to French magazine, Paris Match. The 87-year-old, who portrayed Bond in seven movies from 1973 to 1985, is reported to have said that actor Idris Elba could not play 007 because he is not "English-English". Idris has been tipped to step into Bond's shoes in the long-running franchise when Daniel Craig steps down.

    Yahoo7 Entertainment
  • Islamic State group beheads 8 Shi'ites

    A new video has been released by the Islamic State group which shows its fighters cutting off the heads of eight men said to be Shi'ite Muslims. The video posted on social media on Sunday said the men were beheaded in the central Syrian province of Hama. The video could not be immediately independently verified, but it appeared genuine and corresponded to other AP reporting of the events.

    AP
  • 'Baby Savanna' stands by mum who kidnapped her

    The woman unknowingly kidnapped by her mother and raised under a false identity has returned to her birthplace in the US to see her mother in prison. Samantha Geldenhuys was born Savannah Todd, a household name in her birthplace South Carolina because she disappeared with her mother Dorothy Lee Barnett when she was just nine months old, following a bitter custody battle. Raised in South Africa and Australia under a false identity with Barnett's second husband — who Samantha believed was her father — It was 20 years before she discovered the truth.

    Sunday Night
  • Elton John 'will keep paying his mother's bills'

    Sir Elton John will keep paying his mother's bills despite their ongoing feud. Sheila ­Farebrother, 90, and her son have not spoken in seven years, and although Sir Elton is deeply upset at his mother for recently accusing the singer of saying he "hated" her, he has no intention of stopping the financial support he provides. A friend explained to the Sunday Mirror newspaper: "He is upset and cross, but people should remember that Elton pays all of her bills and that won't stop.

    Bang Showbiz
  • Was Germanwings crash co-pilot 'expecting a baby' with on-off girlfriend?

    Andreas Lubitz and his partner Kathrin Goldbach, 26, whom he wanted to marry, reportedly found out just two weeks before the crash about the pregnancy, German media reports. Miss Goldbach reportedly broke off their relationship with Lubitz because his unpredictable personality left her fearing for her safety. Andreas Lubitz was reportedly told that his on-off girlfriend was having a baby and he was having vision problems which could have prompted his decision to commit mass murder.

    Yahoo7 and Agencies
  • Boys aged 5 and 6 'indecently assaulted girl'

    A five-year-old girl was allegedly indecently assaulted by two boys aged five and six in a central Australia remote community last month, an Alice Springs detective has revealed. It comes after the NT Chief Minister Adam Giles highlighted in Parliament last week the alleged rape of a child at a local town camp in Alice Springs in early March. Detective Superintendent Brent Warren said the girl did not receive hospital treatment following the incident in late February.

    Yahoo7 and Agencies
  • Siobhan Jackson: Sexually abused footballer Peter Jackson's widow turning lives around as principal in remote Indigenous community of Lockhart River

    Nineties football legend Peter Jackson was famous for his athleticism on the field and for his humour and high spirits off it. Broncos coach Wayne Bennett puts it this way: "He was so gifted, so much ability and ... then the devil would come along". Bennett recalls his last meeting with Jackson in which the former player said he had been having some counselling.

    ABC
  • First Macedonia, then the world for Roos

    Skipper Mile Jedinak says the Socceroos have grown up fast under Ange Postecoglou and are ready for whatever awaits on the road to Russia 2018. Monday's (Tuesday morning AEDT) friendly against 108th-ranked Macedonia in Skopje is Australia's final hit-out before a long and arduous World Cup qualifying campaign begins in June. Australia will learn their first set of qualifying opponents when their five-team group for the first phase is announced on April 14.

    AAP