• Reactions to the PM's pregnancy

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced she is pregnant and the baby is due in June. Here's how some are reacting.

  • Salma Hayek mourns dog

    Salma Hayek's beloved dog has died. The 51-year-old actress has been left devastated by the passing of her beloved pooch Lupe, who had been her loyal companion for 18 years, and she hopes her pet has been reunited with other canines she's cared for that are now in "doggy heaven". She shared a touching picture of herself and Lupe on Instagram and wrote in both English and Spanish: "With my heart filled with love and pain I had to say goodbye to my Lupe.

  • Kylie Jenner is nervous about baby's arrival

    Kylie Jenner "has her moments of being nervous" ahead of her baby's arrival. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star is thrilled to be expecting her first child with her partner Travis Scott but she is reportedly worried about the impending arrival. Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that Kylie has already baby-proofed her house to make sure everything is ready for the arrival of her little one.

  • Stricken Turkish plane lifted from cliff after runway mishap

    Istanbul (AFP) - Turkish engineers using two cranes on Thursday successfully lifted back to the runway a passenger plane which skidded onto a muddy embankment metres from the sea and languished there for over half a week.

  • Guns, drugs, $2.5m found in Auckland

    Auckland police called to break up two men fighting with golf clubs have stumbled on an impressive cache of drugs, cash and weapons.

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gifted love spoon on Cardiff tour

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were gifted a love spoon as they toured Cardiff on Thursday (18.01.18). The couple - who are due to wed later this year - visited the Welsh capital and were presented by a traditional Celtic love spoon by local schoolchildren Harry and Megan.

  • Pope renews call for Jerusalem status quo

    Vatican City (AFP) - Pope Francis has again stressed the importance of preserving the status quo in Jerusalem and urged fresh talks between Israel and Palestinians on a two-state solution, the Vatican said Thursday.