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  • Liam Neeson’s Frail Frame Makes Him Almost Unrecognisable

    The 63-year old, Irish actor, Liam Neeson, has caused much concern amongst fans after being photographed looking quite frail on the streets of New York last week. It’s difficult to establish whether this new look is a result of natural aging or whether he is/has been unwell or if he has adopted it for a role in a new film, we hope it’s the latter.

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  • Khloe Kardashian 'traumatised' by Kris Jenner's lovemaking

    Khloe Kardashian is "traumatised" after hearing her mother have sex with Corey Gamble. The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star was horrified when she and sister Kim Kardashian West went into 57-year-old Kris Jenner's house only to realise she was getting intimate with her 34-year-old boyfriend. Khloe said: "Hearing them have sex is wild and I'm traumatised.

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  • US dentist named as killer of Zimbabwe's Cecil the lion

    A wealthy American dentist used a bow and arrow to shoot a much-loved Zimbabwean lion called Cecil, a safari industry goup said Tuesday, amid allegations that the animal had taken 40 hours to die. The lion, which was a popular attraction among many international visitors to the Hwange National Park, was lured outside the park's boundaries by bait and shot earlier this month. "The offender is a gentleman who is an American called Walter James Palmer," Emmanuel Fundira, president of the Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe, said at a news conference in the capital Harare.

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  • Peters expelled, MPs walk out in protest

    NZ First MPs staged a protest walkout in parliament after their leader Winston Peters was expelled from the debating chamber by Speaker David Carter. The row started when Social Development Minister Anne Tolley apologised for giving a wrong answer last week to a question from NZ First's Darroch Ball. Mr Carter refused to uphold the complaint, and when Mr Peters wouldn't accept the ruling he was ordered out.

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  • Dow leaps triple digits amid Fed; energy jumps 3% on oil recovery

    U.S. stocks gained more than 1 percent on Tuesday as investors found encouragement from some recovery in Chinese stocks and eyed mixed earnings as the Federal Reserve began its two-day meeting. ( Tweet This ) The Dow Jones industrial average briefly

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  • Bobbi Kristina Brown's Family Releases a Heartbreaking Statement About Her Death

    Bobbi Kristina Brown's family has spoken out about her death for the first time. The Houston family has released a statement about Bobbi Kristina Brown's death on her late mother's Facebook page. "On Sunday, July 26, Bobbi Kristina Brown made her transition peacefully.

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  • Microsoft launches Windows 10: Here's what that means

    Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software struggles to carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online. No one's expected to line up overnight for Windows 10, the way people did 20 years ago for Windows 95. Windows 10 is coming to PCs and tablets first, but it's also designed to run phones, game consoles and even holographic headsets.

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  • Sweden says sub wreck a Tsarist Russian vessel

    Sweden said on Tuesday the wreck of a submarine found off its coast appeared to be a Tsarist-era Russian vessel that collided with a Swedish ship about a century ago. "We are most likely talking about the Russian submarine the Som (Catfish) which sank after a collision with a Swedish vessel in 1916 during World War I and before the Russian revolution," the Swedish Armed Forces said. Speculation had been swirling about the origins of the vessel after Swedish divers announced Monday that a submarine had been found about 1.5 nautical miles off the coast of central Sweden.

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  • 'Facekinis' a hit for China white skin lovers

    Ever more Chinese women are embracing the "facekini" to protect them from the sun and the threat of a tan on a trip to the beach. Pale white skin is highly-valued in China, where a darker complexion is associated more with poor rural women, who often labour for long hours in the sun. The mask was developed more than 10 years ago, with Chinese media attributing its invention to Zhang Shifan, who runs a swimwear store in Qingdao.

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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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  • One dead after logging truck loses control

    A man is dead after a fully laden logging truck lost control and collided with his ute near Rotorua. Both women are now in a stable condition in Rotorua Hospital, while the child is expected to be discharged after being assessed. The truck driver was taken to Rotorua Hospital with minor injuries but wasn't admitted, police say.

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  • Cops find 500k of meth stashed in car

    Two men have been busted with half a million dollars worth of methamphetamine stashed in their car during a pre-dawn raid in Napier. Police were tailing the pair as part of an operation to bust a drug ring that was supplying methamphetamine to the central and upper North Island. Teaming up with the armed offenders squad, officers pulled the vehicle over on the outskirts of Napier about 3.30am on Saturday and found 560 grams of methamphetamine and drug equipment inside.

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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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  • 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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  • Kate Winslet tells her daughter she's 'lucky' to have curves

    Kate Winslet tells her daughter Mia Honey Threapleton she's "lucky" to be curvy. The 39-year-old actress - who also has two sons Joe Alfie Winslet Mendes, 11, with her second husband Sam Mendes and 19-months-old Bear Blaze Winslet with her third husband Ned Rocknroll - has confessed she constantly makes sure her 14-year-old daughter, from her first marriage to Jim Threapleton, appreciates her "shape", and champions her curves. Kate said: "I stand in front of the mirror and say to Mia, 'We are so lucky we have a shape.

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  • 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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  • Turkey could 'tip Syria balance' as Kurdish villages shelled

    Turkish tanks shelled Kurdish-held villages in northern Syria as Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu warned Monday that a military campaign by Ankara could "change the balance" in the region. With its warplanes hitting Kurdish targets in neighbouring northern Iraq again on Sunday, Turkey also called an extraordinary NATO meeting for Tuesday over its cross-border "anti-terror" offensive against Kurdish separatists and Islamic State jihadists. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg defended Turkey's right to defend itself but told the BBC "of course self-defence has to be proportionate".

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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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  • 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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  • When a rocket blows up-1 in 20 fail-who pays for it?

    On a cloudy day in May, a Russian-made rocket roared off a launch pad in Kazakhstan. A few minutes later, it was falling from the sky, its payload-a $300 million Mexican communications satellite-disintegrating over Siberia. A little over a month later

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