Moneyologist: Should I Keep a Store's Mistake?What if you order a pair of shoes online, and two sets arrive? Moneyologist Quentin Fottrell discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
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Woman Finds 3.69-Carat Diamond In State ParkDuring her recent visit to Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas, a lucky woman found a 3.69-carat diamond.
If you are looking for a new hobby, diamond hunting maybe a good option.
During her recent visit to Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas, a lucky woman found one a
Reformed Dugan comes full circleFOR Josh Dugan, when his career came full circle, his Test debut had to be in Brisbane, writes Paul Malone.
Group doc tried to join before ISISA QUEENSLAND doctor who mysteriously appeared in an ISIS propaganda video had previously applied to join a much more noble institution.
New hope in autistic boy's battle to stayA QUEENSLAND woman and her autistic son have woken to positive news about their long-running battle to remain in Australia.
Meet President Obama's 'Anger Translator'President Obama brought a surprising guest to accompany him on stage at the 2015 White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C. Comedian, Keegan-Michael Key, from Comedy Central's hit show 'Key and Peele' joined the President to play his 'Anger Translator.' Krystin Goodwin (@krystingoodwin
Rare Spitfire restored for charity auctionA rare Spitfire Mark 1A, which has been immaculately restored, has gone on show at Duxford ahead of its sale at a charity auction Report by Barnesj. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Small boy refuses to shake Ed Miliband's handEd Miliband fails to connect with a future voter when a 5-year-old boy refuses to shake the Labour leader's hand. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Rescued Dogs Experience Grass For First TimeRecently, Beagle Freedom Project, a US based non-profit organization worked with several groups in South Korea to rescue 10 beagles and five of those were brought to Los Angeles. The organization posted a heartwarming video of the dogs experiencing grass for the first time.
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Defence reigning supreme at PiesCollingwood’s kicking efficiency is still the worst in the league but coach Nathan Buckley has found a way to combat it.
US police ready for funeral protestsThousands have gathered in Baltimore to attend the funeral service for Freddie Gray, after a weekend of violent protests over his custody death.
Ukraine's president says country ready to apply for EU membershipUkraine's president says his country will be able meet conditions to apply for European Union membership within five years.
Global effort intensifies to help Nepal quake victimsThe desperate effort to save lives in earthquake-ravaged Nepal intensified Monday as aid flights arrived bearing emergency medical teams, search-and-rescue equipment, and tarps for shelter.
Surveillance footage of alleged Cambridge bank robber releasedAs they continue to investigate a bank robbery in Cambridge, Waterloo Regional Police have released surveillance footage of the man believed responsible.
Uncomfortable suit inspired Bettany's take on Vision in 'Avengers'The isolation of Paul Bettany's uncomfortable Vision costume ended up fueling his imposing performance in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron.'
Union vote in Gaza ends with Fatah victory, but Hamas suspends resultA Hamas-run court has suspended the results of a rare free union vote in Gaza that ended with a landslide victory by the rival Fatah party. The decision is the latest setback in Palestinian reconciliation efforts between the bitter rivals.
Canadian describes 'tidal wave of snow' at Everest Base CampA Canadian filmmaker witnessed a scene of "sheer devastation" at Everest Base Camp on Saturday, after the earthquake in Nepal triggered an avalanche on the world's tallest mountain.
Why the Liberals' budget wishes are practically impossible to grantThe Opposition is calling for health and education to be left untouched in Thursday's budget, although as Peter Cowan writes, that would take away the majority of government's options to cut spending.
118 Workplace Deaths, 2807 Occupational Injuries Registered in Bulgaria in 2014In 2014 a total of 118 workplace deaths were registered and 2807 people were injured in occupational accidents in Bulgaria, according to data provided by the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB). CITUB published statistics Monday to mark the World Day for Safety and Health
Nepal Damages Grow to USD 5 BEconomic losses following the Nepal earthquake could reach USD 5 B, as reported by the CNN. Analysts have made the estimation and have been quoted as saying it will represent close to 209% of the gross domestic product of the country. The severe damages that Nepal has suffered since the earthquake
Trips of Bulgarians Abroad Rise 1.6% Y/Y in MarchThe trips of Bulgarian residents abroad rose by 1.6% on the year in March, reaching 318,300, the country's statiscics office NSI announced on Monday. Spain led the list of countries that registered the largest increase in the number of visitors from Bulgaria (+16.9%), followed by Romania (+15%), th
Bummed about Zayn Malik leaving One Direction? Stephen Hawking has a tip for youPhysicist Stephen Hawking has some advice for teenage girls heartbroken over Zayn Malik's departure from the boy band One Direction.
Nepal earthquake death toll crosses 4000 fresh tremors in Bengal BiharThe devastating 79magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal and surrounding regions on Saturday has killed at least 4000 people and devastated parts of the country destroyed buildings and ancient monuments and ripped apart roads power lines and other infrastructure
BCCI feud gets messy after Anurag Thakur hits back at N SrinivasanThe internal feud within the BCCI took an ugly turn on Monday with board secretary Anurag Thakur launching a stinging attack on ICC chairman N Srinivasan saying that he should actually share information on bookies with his own family members whose involvement in betting has been proved
Dion designs for average womanTHE Australian fashion industry has come to expect a lot from rising talent Dion Lee, and his next project is set to be his biggest.
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's defence against death sentence beginsThe trial of the convicted Boston Marathon bomber enters a new and critical stage on Monday as defence lawyers begin to present their case that a jury should sentence Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to life in prison, rather than death.
Malcolm Turnbull did not request Scott McIntyre sackingCommunications Minister Malcolm Turnbull alerted SBS managing director Michael Ebeid to "offensive" Anzac Day tweets by former journalist Scott McIntyre, but did not appeal for McIntyre to be sacked, Fairfax Media has confirmed.
Revolar personal safety device sends your GPS locationWhen it comes to personal safety, there are a number of products out there to help anyone stay safe. Some of those products involve fighting back, and others are there to send out a call for help. If you are being attacked, it can be difficult or impossible to pull out a mobile phone and call for he
U.S. police arrest 34 after protests turn violentBaku – APA. Baltimore police have arrested about 34 people and six officers were hurt when protests over the death in custody of a young black man turned violent, APA reports quoting RIA Novosti.
"They asked for $130k and then more": new claims of bribes in Bali nine duo death penalty caseThe former lawyer of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran says judges who sentenced duo to death asked for more than $130,000 to give them a prison term.
Google executive is victim of the Nepal earthquakeYou're almost certainly aware of the disaster that hit Nepal at the weekend – an earthquake which measured 7.8 on the Richter Scale, and caused havoc with well over 3,000 deaths – and it seems the sad news for Google is that one of its executives was amongst those who died. Dan Fredinburg was he
Apple preparing another huge quarterly earnings reportApple is planning another huge earnings report for the last quarter, following its massive 74 million iPhone sales in the first quarter breaking a new record for the company and re-establishing Apple's place as the number one phone vendor. Numbers this quarter will be a little less impressive, but s
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux Lead "Separate Lives," Are on the Verge of Breaking UpThis week's issue of Star magazine reports a heartbreaking development for Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux, who have been engaged for 2 years and are nowhere near close to setting a date: they have been leading "virtually separate lives" and are on the verge of breaking up. Moreover, the
Shocking Video Showing Great White Shark Attacking a Boat Goes ViralA wildlife documentary dubbed Lair of the Megashark aired on the Discovery Channel during last year's Shark Week. Now, a fairly shocking video revealing an incident that happened behind the scenes has emerged and gone viral. The footage, available below, shows a great white shark attacking
Mortal Kombat X Rules UK Retail Charts Once AgainNetherRealm Studios makes quite a stir with the recently released Mortal Kombat X, witnessing the biggest launch in the franchise's 23 years of existence. The fighting video game is deserving of all the attention, bringing a ton of new gameplay features to the table and one of the biggest and
Gunman at North Thurston High School apprehended by staffA gunman who was on campus at North Thurston High School in Lacey was captured by school staff, according to school district officials.
Sophia Bush Carries on Her Ex-Boyfriend's Mission After He Was Killed in AvalancheOver the weekend, we heard the tragic news that actress Sophia Bush's ex-boyfriend and longtime friend Dan Fredinburg passed away. He was killed in the devastating avalanche on Mount Everest, which triggered an earthquake in Nepal. After hearing about the news, Sophia took to Instagram with the sad
Tesla home battery: What it'll cost you to keep your iPhone online during blackoutsTesla this week will unveil a brand new product that's not a car, yet it’ll feature some of the same amazing energy technology found in its electric vehicles. According to hints coming directly from Tesla as well as many other reports from the media, the new product line includes home batteri
The Apple Watch is the simplest way to buy from Amazon yetWhile many early third-party Apple Watch apps aren't that impressive, a few stand out – Amazon's, for one. It's perhaps the most streamlined and straightforward way to buy something from the retailer yet. Here's how it works… The only thing you can do from the app's homescreen is tap the search
Sendish is a cut-throat new photo-sharing app that doesn't want to see your brunch picsSendish is a new photo-sharing app that is described by its founders as being 'honestly anonymous.' Released this week on iOS only, the idea behind it is to promote sharing without apprehension. You take a photo of where you are in the world without any filters or edits and it gets sent around the g
This Canada-U.S. trading hub is worth US$5.8 trillion — and it's just starting to heat upIf it were a country, the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region of North America would be ranked as the third-largest economy in the world. And it's about to get bigger, BMO says
Greece just clipped Yanis Varoufakis's wings and markets are loving itAfter Greece's finance minister was called a 'time-waster, a gambler and an amateur' by his EU peers Friday, the bailout negotiating team has been reshuffled
Precision Drilling Corp profit plunges 76% as drilling demand fails to meet 'even the most pessimist...Precision Drilling chief CEO says industry spring break-up activity in Canada this year is 53 per cent below 2014 levels and in the United States activity is less than half the peak activity in November
Who's Afraid of the Benghazi Hearings?The former secretary of state wants to turn the House inquiry into a sympathetic spectacle, while the committee chair maneuvers to keep its profile low.
Barack Obama unveils 'anger translator' who tells White House guests what the President really think...The hilarious speech was made to the press by Barack Obama and his 'translator' - who made sure the press knew exactly what the President really wanted to say
Kezia Dugdale: The road to Indyref 2 is paved with crude intentionsKEZIA Dugdale believes we should stop Indyref 2 in its tracks and take a different road - y electing Labour MPs who are focused on the future and not reliving battles of the past.
Win the weekly special meal for two at Dumbarton's Dumbuck House this weekendThe Lennox Herald is delighted to team up with the hotel to offer readers the chance to enjoy a delicious meal
General Election 2015: New poll shows increasing gap between SNP and LabourTHE gap between SNP and Labour is continuing to increase as a new opinion poll shows the SNP up two points to 54%, while Labour drop to points to 22%.
Nepal earthquake: Relieved mum weeps tears of joy as text tells her son is safeMATTHEW Thorne, 36, was on the world's highest mountain when it was rocked by a 7.8 magnitude tremor. As the death toll in Nepal rises, his relieved mum Marcelline reveals that the message telling her her son was safe and well was the best text of her life.
Sleet and snow to return to Scotland as Arctic blast sends temperatures plummetingSCOTLAND is bracing itself for another cold snap as an Arctic blast brings Met Office warnings of colder temperatures lasting in to May.
Murder Trial Begins for Colorado Theatre ShooterNearly three years after the Aurora movie theatre shooting, the accused gunman James Holmes is set to stand trial on Monday. Mr. Holmes is charged with killing 12 people and injuring 70 during a July 2012 screening of a Batman movie. Photo: AP
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