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  • Pamela Anderson wants to date multiple men

    Pamela Anderson intends to date multiple men. The 47-year-old model recently divorced husband Rick Salomon for the second time, and opened up about how she wants her love life to be now she is single again. While appearing on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Thursday (21.05.15), she laughed at the idea of seeing "someone new," to which Ellen said, "Don't make a face like that.

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  • Sharapova slams 'disrespectful' treatment of Nadal

    Maria Sharapova blasted the "disrespectful" treatment of fellow French Open champion Rafael Nadal on Friday. Nadal, the nine-time champion at Roland Garros and who boasts an astonishing record of 66 wins and just one defeat, comes into the 2015 tournament ranked seven in the world, his lowest in a decade. "Everyone expects so much of Rafa at this time of year.

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  • Princess Charlotte has been giving Prince William 'sleepless nights'

    Prince William has been getting "sleepless nights" thanks to Princess Charlotte. The England Lionesses captain Steph Houghton told Us Weekly: "He said George is very lively, and Princess Charlotte has been keeping him up all night, giving him a few sleepless nights. The football captain also went on to reveal that the Duke of Cambridge is "really enjoying" being a father to one-year-old Prince George, as well as Princess Charlotte.

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  • New Zealand on top at Lord's in 1st Test

    Trent Boult and debutant Matt Henry has taken four wickets each as New Zealand made short work of England's tail in the first Test at Lord's. The tourists then got through to lunch on the second day without losing a wicket. At the interval, New Zealand were 44 without loss in reply to England's first innings 389 - a deficit of 345 runs.

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  • Princess Beatrice on holiday in the Bahamas with her boyfriend

    Princess Beatrice is in the Caribbean on her 15th holiday in less than seven months. The 26-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew has been spotted soaking up the sun in Great Guana Cay - part of the Bahamas - with her boyfriend Dave Clark. Beatrice has enjoyed a string of holidays since giving up her £20,000-a-year internship at Sony last year, following cyber attacks, and began her travels with a trip to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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  • Eight British men appear in court over multi-million pound gem heist

    Eight British men appeared in court on Thursday accused of carrying out a daring raid in London's jewellery business district that involved abseiling down an elevator shaft and drilling through a two-metre thick wall. The eight, who range in age from 48 to 76, appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court charged with conspiracy to burgle the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit Ltd building over the course of two nights during the long Easter weekend last month. British media have estimated that the raid on a vault full of boxes in which many of the area's gold, diamond and jewellery businesses kept some of their goods may have been the country's biggest ever heist by value.

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  • 'Top 10' new species includes cartwheeling spider, 'chicken from hell'

    The 10 are "a reminder of the wonders awaiting us," said Quentin Wheeler, president of the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, which issues the list. The feathered dinosaur whose partial skeletons were unearthed in the Dakotas was a contemporary of Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops.

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  • Campbell's exit - what they're saying

    John Campbell's decision to quit TV3, as his current affairs show is replaced with a new one, has sparked a flurry of tweets, among them:TV3 journalist Paula Penfold: "I am enormous admirer of @JohnJCampbell; the journalist, the person and the programme

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  • Bugged phones and double barbed wire - far fewer North Koreans defect

    It's much more dangerous, and twice as expensive, to defect from North Korea since Kim Jong Un took power in Pyongyang three and a half years ago, refugees and experts say, and far fewer people are escaping from the repressive and impoverished country. With barbed-wire fencing erected on both sides of the Tumen River that marks the border with China, more guard posts and closer monitoring of cross-border phone calls, the number of North Koreans coming annually to the South via China has halved since 2011. Most defections are arranged through brokers, usually Chinese citizens who are ethnically Korean, and their charges have doubled to about $8,000 per person, beyond the reach of most North Koreans - and that gets them only as far as China.

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  • Kelly talks about cancer diagnosis

    New Zealand Council of Trade Unions president Helen Kelly says the cancer she was diagnosed with in February is widespread. Ms Kelly, who is a non-smoker, told delegates in an email in February she had been diagnosed with lung cancer. "I look healthy so it's quite a bizarre position to be in, but I have got very serious lung cancer, widely spread in my body, and I'm having chemotherapy, which is palliative, which I hope will give me some time," she said in an interview on Radio New Zealand's Nine to Noon programme on Friday.

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  • The gross truth about germs and airplanes

    Every single time I board a plane for a long-haul flight, I know I will catch a cold on board. It happens pretty much without fail. And no amount of Vitamin C, echinacea, or hand sanitiser seems to do the trick.In some cases, the runny nose, headache,

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  • Boats NZ found in Southern Ocean nabbed

    Two of three fishing vessels intercepted by the Royal New Zealand Navy in the Southern Ocean in January have been boarded elsewhere. Foreign Minister Murray McCully says the Songhua and Yongding have been boarded by authorities in Cabo Verde, an island country in the Atlantic Ocean. "We are encouraged by the action taken by the government of Cabo Verde, and New Zealand has offered its full assistance in taking action against these vessels," Mr McCully said in a statement on Saturday.

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  • China jails 'Fast & Furious' Lamborghini, Ferrari drivers

    Two unemployed men who crashed a Lamborghini and Ferrari as they reportedly staged a "real-life Fast and Furious" race through Beijing were sentenced to jail Thursday for dangerous driving, the court said. According to reports a woman passenger in Tang Weitian's green Lamborghini was left with a broken spine in the accident. The other driver Yu Muchun, 20, drove a red Ferrari.

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  • Indian mother places advert in paper seeking 'groom' for her son

    An Indian mother has placed an advert in a newspaper seeking a well-placed, animal-loving, vegetarian “groom” for her son. It’s considered India’s first advertisement for a partner for a same-sex marriage. Gay marriage is illegal in India and ‘canal intercourse’ could be punishable with anything up to a life sentence.

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  • Cara Delevingne Reveals The Career Advice Rihanna Gave Her

    Best friends Rihanna and Cara Delevingne pictured together late last year. Cara Delevingne may be one of biggest models in the industry today, but that doesn’t mean her transition into film has been the smoothest. In a recent interview, she revealed that when she struggled to cope with the harsh realities of the movie industry, her best friend/life coach Rihanna gave her some much-needed advice.

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  • Climber's body identified after 42 years

    The body of a South Island teenager David Erik Moen has finally been returned to his family, over 40 years since he went missing during a Mt Cook climb. The well-preserved remains of the 19-year-old climber were discovered at the foot of New Zealand's Tasman Glacier in January, and on Thursday police confirmed his identity. Mr Moen had been climbing with an acquaintance he met in Mt Cook Village when he was caught in an avalanche on September 16, 1973.

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  • Eight Generations in, the Toyota Hilux is Redefining "Tough"

    Hilux Double CabToyota City, Japan, May 21, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - A complete redesign of one of the world's best-known and best-loved nameplates, the Toyota Hilux pickup, was unveiled in Bangkok today, marking the start of sales of the new model in the Thai market. Over its seven-generation history, the quality, durability and reliability of the Hilux have earned the model a diehard fanbase and a legendary reputation.

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  • Bianchi condition remains 'stagnant' says father

    A year after seeing him enjoy the happiest weekend of his Formula One career, Philippe Bianchi on Friday revealed that his son Jules' neurological condition was "stagnant" and his family were prepared to face his death. The 25-year-old French racing driver finished ninth in last year?s Monaco Grand Prix, earning the Marussia team their first and, to date, only points-scoring finish in the sport, but suffered life-threatening head injuries when he crashed during last October?s Japanese Grand Prix. "The situation is stagnant," Bianchi senior told Canal+.

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  • Polish camp trains security contractors for mission impossible

    Five men, armed to the teeth, have just stormed a home and it did not go well, not well at all. The men are training at Poland's private European Security Academy (ESA), in the western countryside, which prepares security and military contractors from around the globe for missions in danger zones. Spread across 100 hectares (250 acres) near the village of Wlosciejewki, the centre is surrounded by fields, woods, lakes and is considered a top-flight choice for future VIP bodyguards, maritime security officers and private military contractors.

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  • Blessie murder-accused 'not stupid'

    The man accused of murdering Blessie Gotingco was not so stupid as to plot a murder while wearing a GPS bracelet, his lawyers say. Closing for the defence on Thursday, lawyer Chris Wilkinson-Smith asked the jury at the High Court in Auckland why any person would plan a murder while being GPS-monitored or execute their plan just minutes before they were due home under curfew. "How stupid would you have to be to do an abduction and not make any plans around wearing a GPS bracelet?" he said.

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