China's nod to Brazilian beef
A TRADE deal thrashed out between China and Brazil is expected to win Brazilian farmers up to $500m a year in extra beef exports.
US warns China not to challenge military flights over South China Sea
The U.S. warned China Thursday against confronting U.S. aerial patrols over the South China Sea days after a verbal dispute between a Chinese military dispatcher and a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft.
'Harry Potter' star Matthew Lewis strips down for magazine cover
Matthew Lewis, who caused a frenzy when photos of his buff, new look surfaced on Twitter, is going one step further to show off his recent transformation.
Leeds to sign Mullally from Giants
Leeds Rhinos sign Huddersfield Giants prop Anthony Mullally on a three-year deal starting at the end of the season.
See FX's 'American Crime Story' cast alongside the real players in the O.J. Simpson trial
FX is hoping for another hit from "American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy with its upcoming true crime anthology series, "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson." Based on Jeffrey Toobin's book "The Run of His Life: The People V. O.J. Simpson," the limited series will take a look at
Startups are crushing the big banks by using freebies and loyalty points
Britain's challenger banks are successfully "eroding" away the country's biggest banks' market share by offering "freebies and loyalty points." That's according to Warren Mead, the head of challenger banking and alternative finance at KPMG. In an interview with BBC's Today programme, Mead said
Costa owner appoints female boss
Whitbread, the company that owns Costa Coffee and Premier Inn, is to become the sixth FTSE 100 company with a female chief executive.
WMNJBayley published Earthquake rattles buildings in Kent
Police say there have been no injuries or damage to buildings after a magnitude 4.2 earthquake was felt in parts of Kent.
Seismologists at the British Geological Survey (BGS) confirmed the tremor, which was felt in areas including Ramsgate.
The organisation tweeted: "Prelim data now online ... 4.2
Western Morning News published Police 'award rape victim £20k after she was arrested'
A police force has apologised to a rape victim and agreed to pay her a £20,000 out-of-court settlement after she was initially arrested by officers, according to a report.
The BBC said Hampshire Constabulary reached an agreement with the woman, named only as Laura, after she began proceedings
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David Cameron to open talks with EU leaders
David Cameron is today meeting European leaders for the first time since securing his re-election with a mandate to re-negotiate Britain's EU membership then stage an in/out referendum.
The Prime Minister said the summit in the Latvian capital, Riga, w
Awakened Giants welcome underdog status
The Giants are favourites to claim a first-ever win over Adelaide on Saturday, but Matthew Buntine says the team aren't getting ahead of themselves
VIDEO: Kent quake: 'The whole house shook'
Reporter Simon Jones talks about being woken up by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake which originated near Sandwich in Kent.
Fire murder probe police release man
A 49-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder following a fatal house fire in Torfaen is released by police.
Call of Faith
Former BBC News NI political correspondent Martina Purdy talks about her new life as a nun on Songs of Praise
VIDEO: Baltimore police charged by jury
Six Baltimore police officers accused in the death of US man Freddie Gray have been charged by a grand jury, the state prosecutor confirms.
Last Iraq-Syria crossing 'falls to IS'
Islamic State militants reportedly seize the last government-controlled border crossing between Syria and Iraq, after taking over ancient Palmyra.
Panic Room: Cat one tough nut
FORGET late changes, this is real panic material. James Kelly will return tonight without any special guard to protect a ruptured testicle. LATE MAIL
Man dies in Bobcat accident
A MAN has died under tragic circumstances following an incident with work machinery south of Brisbane this morning.
Bank robbed, schools in lockdown
UPDATE: Two schools were placed in lockdown during a search for a woman armed with a hand gun who robbed a southeast Queensland bank.
Boy jailed for stabbing schoolmate
A BOY who stabbed a fellow student in the neck during a fight over a jar of marshmallow spread at a Brisbane school has been sentenced to three years’ jail.
'Bulletproof' croc on the prowl
A “BULLETPROOF” crocodile that has a taste for dogs and is starting to stalk people has been targeted by rangers in Queensland’s far north.
Vic wall collapse contractor fined
A SUB-CONTRACTOR has been ordered to pay $33,500 for performing buildling work without a permit on a wall that later fatally collapsed in Melbourne.
US embassy man 'cyberstalked women'
A worker at the US embassy in London is accused of cyberstalking women, threatening to post their private photos unless they met his demands.
Suspect in deaths of wealthy family arrested in Washington
A former Marine and ex-convict accused in the slayings of a wealthy Washington family and their housekeeper was arrested Thursday, a week after authorities said the family was killed in their mansion and it was set on fire.
Deborah Drever says she regrets photo
Deborah Drever is speaking up about the controversies she's faced since being elected, and says she understands first hand the pain of abuse.
Aurizon in $180m fleet upgrade
Australia’s largest rail freight operator, Aurizon Holdings, will spend $180m upgrading its central Queensland operation.
Banking stocks sell-off deepens
The heavy sell-off in bank shares has deepened, wiping off billions of dollars of shareholder value as the four-year yield trade wanes.
Suspect arrested after family killed in D.C. CEO's mansion
Authorities have arrested a suspect in the slayings of a corporate executive, his wife, their 10-year-old son and a housekeeper at a northwest Washington mansion.
Tanu Weds Manu Returns review Kangana Ranaut shines the film is a must watch
Watch Tanu Weds Manu Returns if you love Bollywood And if you look down upon Bollywood watch the Kangana Ranautstarrer to see how entertaining the industry can be For people outside north India the film is an authentic portrayal of middleclass small town India And it is funny as hell Wed say this is
Guy storms out on wife's interview
Guy Sebastian and wife Jules come to blows in an awkward interview for her web series Tea with Jules.
Australians who've done Eurovision
GUY Sebastian may be Australia’s first Eurovision entrant, but Australians have sung at Eurovision before. And one was only person to win it twice.
Boy Scouts' president calls for end to gay leaders ban
Robert Gates, the group's president and the former US secretary of defence, said the Scouts "must deal with the world as it is, not as we might wish it to be".
Electronic Prescriptions Up, but Not Prescribers
Surescripts' 2014 report shows the highest number of e-prescriptions ever, but the percentage of physicians who prescribe is flat. Medscape Medical News
IPL 8: CSK Coach targets Virat Kohli, says he is Emotional Captain
IPL 8: CSK Coach targets Virat Kohli, says he is Emotional Captain
$4.23m sale sets new Millers Pt sell-off record
IT is Sydney’s most restricted “renovator’s delight” but this old house just earned the NSW Government a tidy $4.23 million.
ABS figures will show QLD recession: Pitt
QUEENSLAND'S government is almost certain treasury figures indicating the state slipped into recession last year are correct.
Pell should give evidence: Shorten
OPPOSITION Leader Bill Shorten believes Australia's most senior Catholic should return from Rome to give evidence to the child abuse royal commission.