Man allegedly filmed women showering
POLICE are asking women who used a public shower at a popular Sunshine Coast beach to come forward, with fears they may have been filmed.
Suspicious package at Indonesian Embassy
A HAZMAT team has been called to the Indonesian Embassy in Canberra after reports of a suspicious package, police have confirmed.
Two killed at US cartoon conference
Two gunmen are shot dead after they opened fire outside a conference on cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a Dallas suburb, police say.
Fatal crash near Spalding, Sask.
RCMP officers are on scene of a fatal four-vehicle crash on Highway 6, about five kilometres south of Spalding.
Runners march in honour of dead Cape Breton teen
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Sydney River, Nova Scotia Sunday morning to remember Emma van Nostrand.
New moms take note: Middleton's post-birth appearance is 'not the norm'
After Kate Middleton emerged from the hospital less than 10 hours after giving birth to a baby girl on Saturday, many social media users were stunned by how well put-together the Duchess of Cambridge looked.
2 men who fired at guard outside Mohammed cartoon contest shot, killed
Authorities in a Dallas suburb say two armed men who opened fire on a security officer outside of a contest for cartoon depictions of the Prophet Mohammed have been killed.
McAleese braces for earnings drop
Transport company McAleese is warning of a steep drop in full-year earnings as it prepares to resume services to troubled Atlas Iron.
WorleyParsons to shed 2000 jobs
Shares in WorleyParsons have plummeted after the company said it was retrenching 2000 workers as falling commodity prices hit earnings.
'I'm next': Grandma ready for execution
SHE wants to die without a blindfold, like the man she calls her hero - Andrew Chan. British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford is preparing for the firing squad.
Ed Miliband, once a longshot, now favoured to become Britain's prime minister
Even before the election campaign began, the verdict was in on Ed Miliband: He was too weak and too weird to be Britain's prime minister.
Hurricanes re-sign young outside backs
The Hurricanes have re-signed exciting outside backs Matt Proctor and Nehe Milner-Skudder until the end of 2017.
YUphoria Smartphone Launching on May 12 with Cyanogen OS 12 Based on Lollipop
Micromax-owned subsidiary YU has just confirmed that its second Android smartphone will make its debut on the market on May 12.
The first YU smartphone is very popular in India and sells under the Yureka market name. The device was launched in January and will start selling in the country on
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Blur score sixth number one album in 20 years with The Magic Whip
Blur have scored their first number one album in 12 years with their latest record The Magic Whip.
'Just one more fight,' says Floyd Mayweather; 'it could be me,' says Amir Khan
If you take him at his word, Floyd Mayweather Jnr has just one more fight in him. Having seen off the challenge of Manny Pacquiao with imperious ease, Mayweather is targeting the pipe and slippers, claiming his 49th fight in September at the age of 38 will be his final engagement.
Rio Ferdinand's tragedy puts QPR peril in perspective
To quote the late Richie Benaud: "The Titanic was a tragedy, a famine in Ethiopia is a disaster and neither bears any relation to a dropped catch." The death of Rio Ferdinand's wife, Rebecca Ellison, at the age of 34, is a tragedy for the three young children she leaves behind. What will happen to
John Boehner Says Obama Needs Hillary Clinton To Help Pass Trade Deal
WASHINGTON -- House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) said Sunday that 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton needs to step it up and help President Barack Obama pass a trade deal in Congress.
"The fact is, the president needs her help in order to get Democrats, those in the House and
Suspected cop-shooter is cousin of ex-Giants player
Officer Brian Moore (right), 25, was shot in the cheek in Queens Saturday — and the suspect, identified by police as Demetrius Blackwell (left), was taken into custody, officials said.
Italian and French ships rescue at least 3,700 migrants in Mediterranean
The Italian Coast Guard and French ships rescued at least 3,700 migrants who were attempting the dangerous Mediterranean crossing from Africa on Saturday and early Sunday. The total number of migrants rescued was unusually high for a single day, and signals that the tide of African migrants making t
Thousands rally in Israel against racism and police brutality toward Ethiopian Jews
Several thousand people, mostly from Israel's Jewish-Ethiopian minority, protested in Tel Aviv against racism and police brutality on Sunday, shutting down a major highway and scuffling with police. The protest came in the wake of a video that emerged last week of police beating an Ethiopian Israeli
Pope Francis makes moral case for acting to fight global warming
The buildup to Pope Francis' planned encyclical on global climate change has begun, with the moral case for acting to combat manmade global warming taking center stage in a way it never has before
The encyclical, which is a papal letter sent to all bishops around the world, will likely come out nex
22 years of David Letterman's most memorable 'Late Show' guests
Since debuting his late-night program, CBS' Late Show on Aug. 30, 1993, David Letterman has spent 22 years entertaining audiences with his unique brand of snark and occasionally hostile interactions with guests.
The Late Show's YouTube channel recently published a retrospective of Letterman's mor
Two reportedly shot at Muhammad Art Exhibit in Texas
Two people have reportedly been shot at an event held by political activist Pamela Geller at a self-described "free speech event" on Sunday.
The first annual Muhammad Art Exhibit and Contest was held in Texas by Geller's organizathion, the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI). The provocative
John Kasich: WH run 'looks pretty good'
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday that the likelihood he'll enter the race for the Republican presidential nomination "looks pretty good."
Kasich set up a political action committee to test the waters two weeks ago. He told Fox News Sunday that he's ...
Tel Aviv: Anti-police brutality protests turn violent
Protests in Tel Aviv over alleged police mistreatment of Ethiopian Jews turned violent Sunday, resulting in twenty-three officers being injured, according to Israeli police.
The planned demonstration by the Ethiopian Jewish community -- incensed over...
Kiwi feared missing in Nepal found alive and well
A New Zealander feared missing in Nepal after a large earthquake struck the nation has been found, but two more are still unaccounted for.Doug Erin Sealy, 31, from Wellington, was feared to have been in Nepal when the 7.8 magnitude...
Listen up, Auckland: Lessons from Toronto property collapse
David Roberton, the Auckland-based head of equities at Macquarie Securities (NZ), has released a timely commentary in which he recalls Canada's real estate boom and bust in the 1980s which saw prices plunge up to 50 per cent.Roberton's...
Sky TV almost ready for great leap forward to internet viewing
Sky TV is taking a big step on to the internet with a launch planned for some time in July.An upgraded, internet-linked MySky set-top box will offer a new weapon to compete with online players Netflix, Spark's Lightbox and Sky's...
Theatre review: A Doll's House, Maidment Theatre
Emily Perkins' A Doll's House is to Henrik Ibsen's original what Clueless is to Jane Austen's Emma: it's a wonderfully assured, loose adaptation filled with sharp observations about a contemporary tribe.Locations aren't specified...
Valley Business Hall of Fame class announced
Spring is the season we reward San Fernando Valley businesses, an institution and volunteers noted for their good works.The Valley Industry and Commerce Association has unveiled its inductees for 2015 into the Valley Business Hall of Fame, and the Fernando Foundation has issued its call for nominees
Gov. Larry Hogan calls for day of 'peace and prayer' following Baltimore protests
BALTIMORE (AP/WJLA) - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called for a statewide "Day of Prayer and Peace" Sunday, after nearly two weeks of protests over the death of Freddie Gray who was injured in police custody.
Gov. Hogan attended a service Sunday morning with Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori at
Baltimore curfew lifted by mayor after days of tension
BALTIMORE (AP) - Six days after the death of Freddie Gray sparked riots in Baltimore, the city's mayor lifted a citywide curfew on Sunday morning, signaling an end to the extraordinary measures taken to ensure public safety amid an outcry over police practices.
The order for residents to stay ho
Sky's the limit for ag trade
AIRLINE connectivity is vital to growing Australia's ag trade with emerging Asian export markets, says Trade Minister Andrew Robb.
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn Split After Three Years
Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn have broken up."After nearly three years together, Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship," Vonn wrote Sunday on Facebook. "I will always cherish the memories that we've created together. Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic liv
Song glorifying 'honour killing' pulled from BBC Asian Network after Mirror call
Sucha Soorma got to No17 in the Official Asian Download Chart and was promoted by a BBC Twitter account as it played on the BBC's Asian Network
Carson, Fiorina, Huckabee to join 2016 GOP presidential field, adding more depth, diversity
The deep Republican presidential field will get even more competitive this week when hopefuls Dr. Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee enter the race as expected.