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  • Ben Affleck Is 'Devastated' Over Divorce, Says Source

    Throwing in the towel on their 10-year marriage was not easy for Ben Affleck or Jennifer Garner. Announcing their divorce on Wednesday, Affleck, 42, and Garner, 43, made it clear that parenting their three kids, Violet, 9, Seraphina, 6, and Samuel, 3, will remain a top priority.

  • Was Tiger having an affair another golfer's wife?

    Tiger Woods was again the subject of tabloid reports as the National Enquirer stated Woods and US ski star Lindsey Vonn split up in May after two years together because she caught Woods cheating on her with Amanda Boyd, a 27-year-old who in March divorced star golfer Jason Dufner, the 2013 PGA Championship winner. Dufner and Boyd divorced in March.

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  • Great white shark torments cage diver in incredible video

    A woman has filmed a terrifying encounter with a gigantic great white shark while cage diving in South Africa. The vision, taken from both above and below the water, shows the four-metre shark circling Hillary as she swims inside a metal enclosure. Hillary’s friends can be heard screaming hysterically from a boat above.

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  • Thousands exposed to HIV from Sydney dentists

    11,000 people may have been exposed to HIV and Hepatitis from bad hygiene procedures at two Sydney dental clinics.

  • 6 best part-time jobs for retirees

    You’re not alone in your want — or need -- to work in retirement: 72% of adults age 50 and older say they want to keep working after they retire, and nearly half (47%) of current retirees say they either have worked or plan to work during retirement, according to a survey of more than 7,000 adults conducted by Merrill Lynch Bank of America Corp. released last year. Working in retirement isn’t just about the money (though, let’s be serious, most of us could use a little extra). The most popular reason for working in retirement is to “stay mentally active” for 62% of retirees and 51% of older adults cite it as one of the top reasons they are working in retirement, according to the Merrill Lynch Bank of America survey.

  • Republican Gov. LePage vetoes $6.7 billion Maine budget

    Republican Gov. Paul LePage vetoed the $6.7 billion state budget on Monday, scolding lawmakers for rejecting his efforts to overhaul the state's tax code and welfare programs and accusing them of passing a status-quo spending plan just so they can return home for the summer. "In exchange for political expediency, they submitted a budget that fails to provide meaningful tax relief, rolls back welfare reforms and endangers the health and safety of our children, our elderly and our most vulnerable citizens," LePage said.

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  • Family flee dream home after getting terrifying letters

    A terrified family in the US has fled from their new home, after they started receiving horrifying letters from an anonymous letter-writing stalker. Derek and Maria Broaddus were thrilled when they bought their new six-bedroom home in New Jersey for $US1.3 million ($A1.7 million) last June. The Watcher who claimed to have been controlling the house for two decades, began to send the family threatening letters and packages, according to CBS News.

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  • Robot kills man at Volkswagen plant in Germany

    A robot has killed a contractor at one of Volkswagen's production plants in Germany, the automaker said Wednesday. The man died Monday at the plant in Baunatal, about 100 kilometers (62 miles) north of Frankfurt, VW spokesman Heiko Hillwig said.

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  • Toyota's top female executive resigns after arrest in Japan

    Julie Hamp, Toyota's most senior female executive, has resigned following her arrest in Japan on suspicion of drug law violations, the automaker said Wednesday. Hamp tendered her resignation through her attorneys on Tuesday, and Toyota Motor Corp. accepted it because of "the concerns and inconvenience that recent events have caused our stakeholders," the company said. Hamp, a 55-year-old American who was Toyota's newly appointed head of public relations, was arrested on June 18 on suspicion of importing oxycodone, a narcotic pain killer, into Japan.

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  • Myanmar fisherman goes home after 22 years as a slave

    Myint is one of more than 800 current and former slaves rescued or repatriated after a year-long Associated Press investigation into pervasive labor abuses in Southeast Asia's fishing industry. Thailand's booming seafood business alone runs on an estimated 200,000 migrant workers, many of them forced onto boats after being tricked, kidnapped or sold. Myint, his family and his friends recounted his story to AP, which also followed parts of his journey.

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  • How to get $6K back at tax time

    Paying tax can help save you money.Are you notoriously bad at saving? Nip this bad habit in the bud by tricking yourself with the tax-free threshold savings strategy. It’s as simple as letting the ATO keep more tax out of your pay packet than you will

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  • Kyrgios courts Wimbledon trouble again

    Nick Kyrgios fired another verbal volley at Wimbledon officials during a heated 7-6 (7/5), 6-3, 6-4 second round win over Argentina's Juan Monaco on Wednesday. Kyrgios has a reputation as one of the most volatile players on the men's tour and the Australian youngster is already facing a fine after shouting "dirty scum" following a row with umpire Mohamed Lahyani in his first round match against Diego Schwartzman. The 20-year-old had insisted he was directing the abuse at himself rather than Lahyani, but he did himself no favours with more ranting at umpire Carlos Bernardes and a line judge during his one hour and 39 minute-victory against Monaco.

  • 'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz', survivor testify as trial nears end

    A former SS officer known as the "bookkeeper of Auschwitz" and a woman who survived the Nazi death camp delivered wrenching testimony in a German courtroom Wednesday as his historic trial neared a verdict. German national Oskar Groening, 94, stands accused of 300,000 counts of "accessory to murder" in the cases of deported Hungarian Jews sent to the gas chambers between May and July 1944. "In view of the scale of the crimes committed in Auschwitz and in other places, I do not believe I am entitled to make such a request," he said.

  • Kylie Jenner had suspected brain tumour

    Kylie Jenner was suspected of having a brain tumour as a child. The 17-year-old reality star spent around a month in hospital when she was younger, and her older half-sister Kim Kardashian West - who is pregnant with her and husband Kanye West's second child - credits the family's experiences with why she is so keen to help sick children and makes regular hospital visits. Kim said: "I was a teenager and I would have to watch Kylie while my mom was in the shower, for example.

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  • Greeks struggle with daily grind as foreigners head to beach

    With cash withdrawals cut to 60 euros ($67) per day, many Greeks aren't spending in restaurants for fear that they will run out of cash they would need if a family member got ill or another serious problem developed. On the streets of the Greek capital, resplendent in the early days of summer, there's still a veneer of normalcy — at least for foreigners, who aren't affected by the draconian rules imposed on Greeks.

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  • Woman tested partner before fatal plunges

    Kristen Schroder's decision to climb a fifth-storey cruise ship railing would be the final test of her partner's love. The 26-year-old slipped and fell 18 metres from the balcony, prompting her boyfriend, Paul Rossington, to plunge into the sea after her. Deputy State Coroner Hugh Dillon found on Tuesday that it was improbable Ms Schroder, who suffered anxiety and depression, meant to end her life that night in May, 2013.

  • New clues in Rayney murder probe

    There's been a development in the Corryn Rayney murder cold case. Police have revealed there are new forensic clues in the hunt for her killer. Alexis Donkin reports.

  • Prince pledges $42 billion fortune to charity

    Saudi tycoon Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has promised his entire $42 billion (28.8 billion euro) fortune to charitable projects in coming years, in one of the biggest ever such pledges. The pledge is "maybe... the first such big announcement" of its kind in the region, and is modelled on a charity established by Microsoft founder Bill Gates in the United States, the prince told reporters.

  • Coles to refund $12m to small suppliers

    Coles will refund more than $12 million to small suppliers, on top of paying a $10 million court-ordered penalty for illegally squeezing them for funds. Independent arbiter Jeff Kennett said the supermarket chain's actions in implementing its ARC supply chain program in 2011 and demanding certain payments were in some cases unacceptable. "As can be seen from my decision to refund over $12 million, Coles had in 2011 clearly engaged in some behaviour that I found to be unacceptable," Mr Kennett said on Tuesday.

  • Special Report - How Greece went bust

    The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sat on one side, along with a translator and Angela Merkel, the German chancellor. In this modest Brussels setting last Friday morning, key players in the great Greek debt drama tried to avert a meltdown that could threaten the future of the euro and even the European Union (EU). Merkel and Hollande made a final offer of billions of euros in aid for bankrupt Greece – if Tsipras would sign up to economic reforms demanded by his country's creditors.