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  • Khloe Kardashian: 'At 16, I Was F***ing Someone In Their 20s'

    Khloe Kardashian was " probably f***ing someone in their 20s" when she was just 16 years old. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star doesn't think it is fair that her younger half-sister, 17-year-old Kylie Jenner, has been criticised for dating 25-year-old musician Tyga because the teenager's life is so different to that of most people her age. Asked if she thinks the criticisms of the couple are fair, she said: "I think at 16 I was probably f***ing someone that was in their 20s, for sure.

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  • Tottenham expect tough test from MLS All-Stars

    Tottenham launch their final preparations for the fast-approaching Premier League season on Wednesday when they take on a Major League Soccer All-Stars side featuring former Spurs striker Robbie Keane in the US league's mid-season exhibition. "It's going to be a tough game and that's what we want," 21-year-old striker Harry Kane said Monday in Denver, where he and his team-mates have been training since the weekend. "It's not long until the season starts, and we need to see what we need to work on," Kane said.

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  • David Beckham's tattoo for Harper

    David Beckham has paid tribute to daughter Harper with a new tattoo. Sharing a picture of the design on Instagram, David thanked his regular tattoo artist, Mark Mahoney of the Shamrock Social tattoo parlour in Hollywood. The new design comes just a few weeks after David had a tattoo in honour of wife Victoria.

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  • Mt Eden inmates caught up in gang raids

    Two of the people arrested as part of massive police operation targeting the Head Hunters gang are Mt Eden prison inmates. Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Iiga says it's "disappointing" two inmates were allegedly involved in a drug ring from behind bars. British outsourcing company Serco has the $300-million contract to run the Auckland remand facility.

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  • Small price for hilux with big mileage

    The auction on Mr Holmes' Toyota Hilux closes on Monday night, and though the price it's likely to attract isn't spectacular, its odometer reading is. Turners, which is New Zealand's largest seller of used cars, believes the Hilux is the highest mileage car it's ever sold. "To be honest, it's not that crazy for a vehicle to have done 1.2 million kms," Turners consultant Micah Bremner told NZ Newswire.

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  • 7 reasons some shoppers hate Costco

    Costco (COST)  is unquestionably one of the world’s favorite places to shop. Now, that option is going away, though Costco recently announced it will start taking Visa (XNYS:V) in place of Amex (AXP) in 2016.

  • Britain's Prince George's clothes inspired by Princess Diana

    Britain's Duchess of Cambridge's favourite designer, Rachel Riley was inspired by Princess Diana. The award-winning clothesmaker - who created two-year-old Prince George's outfit for his sister, Princess Charlotte's christening on July (05.07.15) - has revealed she thought the late Princess Diana - mother of Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry - "had a great sense of style" and dressed her sons in "clothes appropriate for children".

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  • China escalator swallows toddler's mother: report

    A woman was killed after she plunged through flooring over an escalator in a Chinese department store, reports said Monday, thrusting her toddler to safety as she fell to her death. Xiang Liujuan, 30, was holding her son in front of her as they went up the stairway on Saturday, the Wuhan Evening News said.

  • Life Story: Brian Wilson

    The Beach Boys in 1964 and Brian (second from left) at the height of their early fame. As horrified airplane passengers look on, Brian Wilson – the genius behind The Beach Boys’s sun-drenched sound – begins to howl, then screams out, “I can’t take it anymore!” Soon, he is lying in the plane’s aisle, his face crushed into a pillow, as he tries to muffle his misery. For Brian, it was the first sign of a mental fragility that would drive him to find refuge in food, drink and drugs, and, ultimately, take him to the brink of madness.

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  • All Blacks lineout innovation hailed

    The All Blacks' match-winning lineout move at Ellis Park explains why they remain a step ahead of the Springboks according to former South African coach Nick Mallett. Richie McCaw put the visitors ahead with a try from a well-rehearsed move in the dying minutes of their Rugby Championship Test on Saturday, won 27-20. The All Blacks skipper scythed through a gaping hole in the Springboks defensive lineout after accepting a short and unexpected throw, prompting adulation from Mallett, who doubted the Springboks would be capable of such a variation.

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  • Gwyneth Paltrow's Rather Unusual Bathroom Advice

    Gwyneth Paltrow's site Goop have some rather unusual bathroom advice. In a new post on Gwyneth Paltrow's website Goop, they investigate the pelvic floor muscle and share tips and exercises to strengthen it. “That pit in the base of your stomach is your pelvic floor in permanent clutch," Roxburgh adds.

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  • Pregnant woman was not diagnosed in labour

    A midwife who didn't recognise a patient was in preterm labour has been reprimanded for failing to give the woman reasonable care. The pregnant woman presented at hospital with what she believed to be labour pains, but the on-duty midwife assessed it was only a urinary tract infection. Later that evening, an ambulance delivered the woman to the hospital as the pain got worse and the midwife who initially assessed her was contacted.

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  • Rita Ora: I used to hate my boobs

    Rita Ora "hated [her] boobs" when she was younger.The 24-year-old singer - who famously loves to show off her cleavage in plunging necklines - has admitted she's now "proud of the skin" she's in, but insisted being comfortable with her body has come with

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  • Kill Switch Is No Dead Certainty to Stop Phone Theft

    Rusty Redenbacher was delivering kegs of beer in Indianapolis last month when his new iPhone 6 was swiped from his van. Mr. Redenbacher went to his iCloud account and activated “lost mode” to display a message on the phone saying it was lost or stolen, with a number to call. When no one called, Mr. Redenbacher remotely erased the phone the next day.

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  • Kim Kardashian West gushes over JLo's outfit

    Kim Kardashian West has gushed over JLo's "hot" birthday outfit. The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star shared a photo of the 'On The Floor' singer, who celebrated her 46th birthday at New York's 1 OAK nightclub on Friday night (24.07.15). Kim commented on her black sheer cutout dress, exposing her cleavage and used the hashtag "BodyGoals" and said she [JLo] will "forever be my idol".

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  • Britain's frontline WWII tunnels rediscovered

    A hidden tunnel complex that formed Britain's first line of defence in World War II opened to the public this week after six decades buried as a forgotten time capsule. The temperature remains a cool 54 degrees Fahrenheit (12 degrees Celsius) all year round.

  • Fury after Bollywood star says death row bomber innocent

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan urged India's top court to spare the life of a convicted bomb plotter due to be hanged this week, declaring him innocent and sparking a political furore. The Supreme Court is expected on Monday to hear a last-ditch appeal from Yakub Memon, convicted of being a key plotter of a series of bomb blasts that killed hundreds in Mumbai two decades ago, the deadliest such attacks in India's history. The court had last week rejected what was believed at the time to be a final appeal from Memon, paving the way for his execution on Thursday after more than two decades in jail.

  • Mortgage rates plummet to 60 year low

    Mortgage rates have reached their lowest point in 60 years, following the Reserve Bank's move to cut the OCR to 3%. The drop mainly applies to fixed mortgage rates. Dr Matthews said existing borrowers already locked into fixed rates will need to weigh up costs associated with getting out of that and onto the lowered rate.

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  • Secret 'parallel' money plan clouds start of Greek bailout talks

    The Greek government and its international creditors began work on a mammoth new bailout Monday overshadowed by revelations that Greece's ex-finance minister Yanis Varoufakis had been secretly planning for a parallel system of liquidity. As the European Commission confirmed that technical talks on Greece's third bailout had started in Athens, the embattled leftist government was put on the defensive by Varoufakis's claim to have "hacked" into his own ministry weeks earlier to create duplicate files for millions of Greek taxpayers. In a telephone conversation with a group of London-based investors after he resigned his post on July 6, Varoufakis claimed that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had "given the green light" for a Plan B before coming to power in January, according to a recording released Monday.

  • Allenby caddie claims kidnap story false

    Robert Allenby's former caddie says he doesn't believe the Australian golfer was bashed and kidnapped in Hawaii earlier this year. Allenby said he was drugged, kidnapped, robbed and beaten following a night out in Honolulu in January, in a mysterious misadventure the 44-year-old says he doesn't remember. No I don't," Middlemo told News Corp Australia.