• Kyle Sandiland's Cruel April Fools' Prank On Jackie O

    Jackie O was left in tears following the stunt. Photo: KISSFMNotorious breakfast radio host Kyle Sandilands may have just pulled off one of the meanest April Fools' Day pranks on co-host Jackie O to date. Kyle secretly recorded Jackie O's horrified reaction when her heavily pregnant personal assistant pretended to go into labour.

    New Idea
  • Video shows last seconds of Germanwings flight before crash - Bild

    A video showing the chaotic final seconds on board the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps last week has been discovered near the site, Germany's Bild daily reported on Wednesday, saying it had seen the footage. The video was found on a mobile phone belonging to one of the passengers killed on the flight when German pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately flew into a mountain, said the paper. The scenes seen on the video were chaotic and very wobbly, said Bild, adding screams and shouts of "My God" could be heard, indicating the passengers knew what was happening.

    Reuters
  • Diners leave without paying hefty bill

    Proprietor Marc Kenly was disappointed by the action but said while it was not a huge amount, it was unfair to make future patrons foot their bill. Mr Kenly said the woman left with the baby, which staff thought nothing of because she may have gone to get something for the child from the car, which often happened. Mr Kenly said his ultimate goal was to encourage the patrons to return and pay their outstanding bill.

    The West Australian
  • Girl finds pet dog cooked and ready for sale

    A little girl in Vietnam searching for her lost dog has reportedly stumbled across her pet in a local market, cooked and ready for sale. A picture of the girl crying and with her hand on the dog has gone viral on social media in the country, the world.people.com reports. The dog had not been seen for several days after wandering away from home.

    Yahoo7
  • Banker leaves job days after Snapchat selfies found on daughter's Instagram

    The Chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland may have lost his job over a series of photos posted to social media by his daughter. Rory Cullinan, one of the highest-paid bankers at RBS, will leave his job after his daughter Bridget, 18, posted screenshots of his Snapchat selfies to her Instagram account. According to the UK’s Telegraph, Cullinan used photo-sharing app to send to Bridget images featuring captions that read: “Not a fan of board meetings xx”, “Boring meeting xx” and “Another friggin meeting”.

    Yahoo7 Finance
  • Who's Yoox and why does it want Net-a-Porter?

    Luxury goods group Richemont (Swiss Exchange: CFR-CH) has said it is in talks over a potential "business combination" between its high-end online retailer Net-a-Porter and Italian fashion website Yoox. The parent company of the luxury online store and jewelry brands including Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels, Richemont issued a short statement earlier on Monday confirming the potential sale of its Net-a-Porter brand. "With reference to what has appeared in the press, Compagnie Financière Richemont SA clarifies that discussions are currently underway with YOOX S.p.A. regarding a potential business combination between YOOX S.p.A. and The Net-A-Porter Group Ltd.

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  • The Libertines to announce album 'soon'

    The Libertines will release details of their new album "soon". The band - made up of Carl Barat, John Hassall, Gary Powell and Pete Doherty - have recently been working on the follow-up to their self-titled 2004 album in Thailand and took to their Facebook page yesterday (31.03.15) to reveal fans should expect news of their latest offering imminently. A caption alongside a black and white photograph of Pete and Carl reads: "Peter and Carl are back in Thailand to continue the writing for the new album.

    Bang Showbiz
  • Australia's final Cricket World Cup sledge ends with apology

    Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has offered an unusual half-apology after his final World Cup sledging of New Zealand, suggesting that liquid celebrations may have fuelled his frank comments during a radio interview. The arch sledger had been at the forefront of big "send-offs" for Kiwi batsmen Martin Guptill and Grant Elliott as well as spinner Daniel Vettori after their key dismissals in Sunday's final in Melbourne, where Australia thrashed their traditional rivals. "They were that nice to us in New Zealand (when Australia lost a pool match) and we were that uncomfortable.

    AFP
  • Kim Kardashian Denied Membership to Soho House

    Kim Kardashian won't be celebrating at LA's elite Soho House club any time soon! Photo: Kim Kardashian is a big deal in Hollywood - she can even get a plus one for her 21-month-old daughter North West at fashion week. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 34-year-old star has tried to gain membership to the private hot spot time and time again, only to be turned away. Former membership director Tim Geary has revealed the mum-of-one has "unsuccessfully tried numerous times" to buy her way into the club.

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  • Malaysian sentenced to hang for murder of students

    A Malaysian court convicted and sentenced a local fishmonger to death on Tuesday for the murder of two British medical students last year, his defence lawyer said. Zulkipli Abdullah, 24, was found guilty of stabbing to death Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger in the city of Kuching last August after an argument in a bar. The judge accepted the testimonies of the prosecution witnesses," Zulkipli's lawyer Anthony Tai told AFP.

    AFP
  • Lion jumps in car and mauls man on safari

    Australian tourist Brendan Smith got a lot more up close and personal with the wildlife than he expected while on safari in Johannesburg, South Africa. Just a day and a half after arriving in Joburg, Smith was on a safari when a lion jumped through the window of his car and started mauling his legs.

    Total Travel
  • Video: Boy's crazy dancing sends fans wild at ice hockey match

    Sport belongs to the fans, or so the old cliché goes. Well, one young fan made sure that this was the case at a Binghamton Senators game.At a break in play, the young boy busted out some magnificent moves as the crowd cheered him on wildly.The moves at

    7Sport
  • Our Three Favourite April Fool's Day Jokes

    Photo: YouTubeIt's been a bumper day for big companies breaking out the funny and attempting to pull the wool over our eyes (and, yes we admit it, kind-of nearly succeeding).Here's our pick of the three funniest April Fool's Days jokes of 2015.Google

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  • Video 'shows cabin chaos' in seconds before Alps crash: reports

    A video purportedly showing the final seconds inside the cabin of the ill-fated Germanwings airliner moments before it crashed has emerged, two European media said, although French police denied the claims to CNN. French magazine Paris Match and German daily Bild said the authenticity of the video filmed on a mobile phone is "unquestionable" and that it had been retrieved from the wreckage of last Tuesday's crash.

    AFP
  • The World’s ‘Most Beautiful Faces’ Revealed

    "For the male face of beauty, women drew a more feminine face than men - women rate a softer jaw-line, slimmer face, fuller lips and clean-shaven look as the most attractive, compared to the more masculine appearance that is considered the most attractive by men," said researcher Dr Soloman. The "ideal" faces, shown above, are said to most resemble Natalie Portman and David Gandy, though Soloman cautions that they represent the views of British citizens only.

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  • Parents claim college student died over McDonald's breakfast

    A fight over a McDonald's breakfast lead to the death of a college student, his parents have claimed in a law suit. Last year Gawker reported that the body of Clemson University student Tucker Hipps was found floating in a lake in the American State of South Carolina. In a statement given to local TV station WYFF4 university officials said Mr Hipps was participating in an early-morning group activity run with member of the college fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon.

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  • Kim Jong Un impersonator hooks up with 30-40 girls at Rugby Sevens

    The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament is known for its awesome party atmosphere and no-one had more fun at this year’s event than “Jeremy” who ran riot dressed as the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un. Jeremy, who did not give his full name or much other information away when interviewed by the South China Morning Post, other than he works in finance in Hong Kong and clearly likes a good time and a good gee-up....and plenty of girls.

    7Sport
  • Man does not have a 'second of fun' on wife free holiday

    You would not know it from looking at him, but this man is on an amazing free trip that he won to Puerto Rico. The man known only as widgetdude on Reddit, won a free trip to San Juan but was not able to take his wife. ‘Won a trip to Puerto Rico and couldn’t take my wife.

    Yahoo7 News
  • Bali Nine mercy legal appeal wraps up

    A court will decide on Monday if Australians Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan will be allowed to challenge the presidential decision to deny them clemency. The pair's lawyers have resorted to the state administrative court in a bid to spare them from the firing squad for the 2005 Bali Nine heroin smuggling attempt. Wrapping up their arguments on Wednesday, lawyer for Chan and Sukumaran, Leonard Arpan, said the administrative court had the authority to examine a clemency decision.

    AAP
  • State of emergency as super typhoon batters Micronesia

    Residents of the Micronesian State of Chuuk were struggling to clear the roads of huge pieces of debris and return to damaged homes Wednesday as Super Typhoon Maysak cut a destructive path across the central Pacific leaving at least five dead. Crops were ruined and water supplies contaminated, with fears people faced starvation if they did not receive aid soon, after the violent storm took three days to cross the vast Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). "Governor Johnson Elimo declared a state of emergency (in Chuuk) due to damage by Typhoon Maysak, including five deaths," FSM President Manny Mori said in a statement, indicating foreign aid would be needed to support relief efforts.

    AFP