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  • How Duchess Catherine Looked That Good After Giving Birth

    When Duchess Catherine stepped out with her brand new daughter yesterday in London, we could hardly believe our eyes. Clearly the Duchess pulled a few Royal strings before leaving the hospital, even going so far as to sneak her hairdresser in. “Having to look camera ready (for like, all the cameras in the world) a day after giving birth sounds terrifying,” commented

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  • British grandmother prepares for execution in Indonesia

    A British grandmother on death row in Indonesia is writing goodbye letters to her family and believes she could be executed at any time, she wrote in an article. Lindsay Sandiford, 58, said she was expecting to die shortly, after seven foreign drug convicts were executed last week, causing a storm of international protest. Sandiford, originally from Redcar in northeast England, wrote that she planned to sing the cheery popular song "Magic Moments" when facing the firing squad.

  • Royal name not Diana

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge won't call their new baby girl Diana, a friend has claimed. The new princess was born at 8.34am yesterday (02.05.15) morning and a pal of the royal couple has said they are unlikely to use the baby's name to pay tribute to Prince William's late mother. Elsewhere in the top 10 favourite names, it includes tributes to the little tot's great grandmother, with Elizabeth (8/1) and Diana, which is at odds of 10/1.

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  • MP's `dickhead' comment upsets Labour

    A National Party MP's comment that "dickhead bureaucrats" are enforcing stupid rules has upset the Labour Party. Whanganui's Chester Borrows told his local paper, the Whanganui Chronicle, about an incident on a farm where an official saw five farm quad bikes in a shed and five helmets hanging on the wall behind each bike. "Chester Borrows let rip at what he called `dickhead bureaucrats' for their unbending enforcement of health and safety regulations," the Chronicle reported.

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  • Mayweather picks off Pacquiao to join greats

    Floyd Mayweather's emphatic win over Manny Pacquiao sealed his status as a boxing great, but triggered an outcry in the Philippines and divided opinion amongst the sports legends. Feinting and dancing his way to a unanimous decision, Mayweather comfortably picked off Pacquiao over 12 rounds to extend his 19-year unbeaten record to 48-0.

  • Tyga doing anything to save relationship?

    Tyga will reportedly pay "half a million" dollars to stop Blac Chyna from ruining his relationship with Kylie Jenner. The 'Rack City' hitmaker is believed to be desperate to do anything to save his relationship with the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star by ensuring his ex-girlfriend stays away. A source said: "Tyga has decided to try and reason with Blac the one way he knows she understands - with money.

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  • Australian police post stoner's to-do list

    Australian police have revealed an insight into the life of a stoner -- or habitual marijuana smoker -- by publishing a 10-point 'to-do' list found during a raid in Perth. Murdoch police tweeted a photo of the list, removing any identifying material, on April 30 which mentioned 10 'Things to do Saturday'. Western Australia's Murdoch police later confirmed on Twitter that the to-do list was authentic, and found while investigating a suspected burglary.

  • Aussie media laud Kiwis

    The Kiwis' youth and hunger have been contrasted with the Kangaroos' need for new blood as the Australian media dissected New Zealand's drought-breaking 26-12 victory in the Anzac rugby league Test. It was the first time the Kiwis had strung together three wins in a row against their trans-Tasman rivals since 1953 and it was their first mid-year success since 1998. Commentator Phil Gould says the great players in the present Kangaroos squad had served their country well.

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  • Traditions surrounding a British royal birth

    Prince William and his wife Kate may be modern parents but their second child is a royal and certain traditions will have to be respected. - Once, the Home Secretary, Britain's interior minister, would have been expected to witness births of potential heirs. - William attended the labour the first time around and did so again this time.

  • Bruce Jenner sacks Kris

    Bruce Jenner has sacked Kris Jenner as his manager. A source told The Sun newspaper: "Kris is as you see on the show - bossy, nosey and controlling. The decision for Bruce to find a new manager comes just a week after E! announced it had snapped up the show chronicling Bruce's transition, which will be an eight-part series airing this summer.

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  • Boeing plane error fixed by 'turning it off and on'

    During laboratory testing, the aviation company found that if the plane was not powered down at least once every 248 days, the control units could shut down the power generators. Boeing has suggested that powering down the Dreamliners would eliminate the risk that all the plane’s power generations would shut down at the same time, leading to a possible loss of control and accident. Thankfully, the company revealed the issue - caused by a software error - has only occurred in a testing environment, with none of the 264 active 787 Dreamliners having experienced the effects.

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  • Freed Nigerian Women Tell Of Horror Kidnapping

    It's been nearly a year since 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped by notorious terror group Boko Haram - and while there's still no word on their whereabouts, their plight has been further highlighted by another group of recently freed Nigerian women. Over the weekend, the Nigerian army managed to locate more than 260 hostages in northern Nigeria's Sambisa Forest and drive them to a refugee camp to be fed and treated for injuries. "They didn't allow us to move an inch," said one of the freed women, Asabe Umaru.

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  • Murderer's father says doctors failed his son

    The father of 22-year-old convicted killer Daniel Kelsall says his son might not have murdered Morgan Huxley if doctors had done more to help him. Mark Kelsall claims his son was let down by a number of doctors who had diagnosed Daniel with a list of dangerous conditions. Kelsall allegedly told medical professionals, before Huxley’s murder, that he fantasised about violently stabbing another person, reports Fairfax media.

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  • Americans too fast for Bolt to catch in relay

    Mike Rodgers, Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay powered the Americans to a five-meter advantage through three legs of the highly anticipated race and Ryan Bailey brought the team home in 37.38 seconds. Bolt, who had missed last year's inaugural World Relays, made up ground on Bailey in their anchor leg but could not close the gap as Jamaica, running their 2013 world championship team, finished second in 37.68.

  • Russia mourns its ballet legend rebel Plisetskaya

    Russia on Sunday mourned the death of Maya Plisetskaya, one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century who dazzled the world with her mesmerising performances and rare beauty. Plisetskaya, whose free-wheeling spirit defied the limits of Soviet-era art, died Saturday of a heart attack in Munich at the age of 89. Despite her advanced years, the Russian ballet icon had brimmed with energy and her death plunged the Bolshoi Theatre, where she had planned to celebrate her 90th birthday in November, into shock.

  • Midwife too slow to save baby's life

    A midwife has been criticised for failing to call an obstetrician to an emergency birth fast enough to save the baby's life. Health and Disability Commissioner Anthony Hill ordered the midwife to apologise to the parents of a baby girl who was stillborn during a late-night emergency birth that breached the health code. In findings released on Monday, Mr Hill detailed how a 34-year-old woman four days overdue with her first child went to hospital in the early stages of labour.

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  • Strong quake hits Wanaka

    Leungo Lippe from BoaBoa Food Company, which is situated on Ardmore St facing the lake, said there was no panic when the quake struck. "It was a mild shake - there's not too many people about," he told NZ Newswire.

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  • Lucy Lawless comes to Salem

    Lucy Lawless talks to us about her terrifying new character on ‘Salem’ and gives us a lesson in the law. “You have to be a little bit tough to watch it and the scenes that are coming up are quite challenging to modern sensibilities,” says Lucy Lawless. Lawless joins season 2 of Salem as Countess Palatine Ingrid von Marburg, a European witch drawn to Salem when local witch queen Mary Sibley (Janet Montgomery) conducts a ritual that blights the townspeople with the plague.

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  • How To Choose The Right Sunglasses For Your Face Shape

    'What are the trends we should be looking out for this season?Eyewear is looking super bold for the new season with lots of traditional styles finding a new self-expression. Punk is big, with a chaotic energy coming through...lots of smokey grey and black

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  • Faeces On The Face: What's Hiding In Your Beard

    Pictured: the incorrect method for cleaning your hands. Image via Shuttestock.Batten down the hatches, hipsters: not since allegations of hitting Peak Beard has the follicular-blessed faced such an affront to their way of life.John Golobic, of Quest Diagnostics

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