• Poor Westpac advice cost dream retirement

    Jacqueline McDowall and her husband have lost their home after trying to use superannuation funds to buy a bed and breakfast, the banking commission has heard.

  • Jane Seymour has 1m nude requests

    Jane Seymour has been asked "a million times" to do nude scenes.The 67-year-old actress admitted requests for her to strip off have been flooding in since she posed, clothed, for adult publication Playboy earlier this year, and though she's flattered by the "amazing" response, she won't be agreeing any of the deals.She said: "Offers have come in and there has been so much positive reaction."I have been asked a million times to take my clothes off, especially in England."In English television, you get out of bed and you do not have clothes on. ...

  • Comey memos record Trump on 'hookers'

    Memos by former FBI Director James Comey have shed light on the worries and behaviour of US President Donald Trump during his first months in office.

  • New role for wife of North Korea's Kim: First Lady

    Seoul (AFP) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has given his young, stylish wife the title of First Lady in what analysts say is a major boost to her status ahead of back-to-back summits with South Korea and the United States.

  • Slater's remarkable act after controversial drop-kick try

    Billy Slater has refused to celebrate a controversial try after the video referee awarded Melbourne four points against the Brisbane Broncos on Friday night.

  • What happens when a plane window breaks?

    The death of a passenger on a US airliner shows that plane windows can break, and the consequences are horrifying.

  • Queen Elizabeth calls on Commonwealth leaders to back Prince Charles

    The Queen has called on Commonwealth leaders to back Prince Charles as her successor. Contrary to popular belief, the role is not hereditary and therefore there is no certainty that the Prince will ultimately replace his mother as the head of the Commonwealth. The lavish ceremony in London has been attended by as many as 46 Commonwealth heads of government, with the remaining countries being represented at the biennial meeting by their foreign ministers.