The shooting Ivan Milat got away with
DECADES before he brutally killed seven backpackers, a young Ivan Milat allegedly committed his very first violent crime — a crime that no one knew about until now.
Reckless SBS host deserves no tears
ANDREW BOLT: IF SBS sports presenter Scott McIntyre had vilified Muslims as he vilified Anzacs, he would be sacked to the Left’s cheers.
Families face anxious wait after quake
A VICTORIAN family on the trip of a lifetime and Healesville newlyweds are among more than 300 Australians missing in Nepal after a devastating earthquake.
People in US city of Baltimore angry over death of an African-American in police custody
People in the US city of Baltimore are angry over the death of an African-American man in police custody. Thousands of people are expected to attend a rally organized for Saturday. Those who plan to participate in the protest say they will try to shut down Baltimore. The killed black citizen identif
Harper Lee saves Mockingbird play
Author Harper Lee starts a non-profit company to produce a play of To Kill a Mockingbird in her hometown of Monroeville, after a dispute threatened to end the show.
Chilling proof the end is near
THE executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will go ahead according to plan — and here’s the proof.
Cecily Strong, Barack Obama crack up White House Correspondents' Dinner
Journalists, political insiders and celebrities mingled and schmoozed Saturday night at the 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, D.C.
Conservatives to choose candidate in Mount-Royal riding Sunday
Two candidates are duking it out Sunday to earn to spot as the Conservative Party's candidate in Mount-Royal, a Liberal stronghold for more than 20 years.
2nd Test: Anderson shines as England beat West Indies
Inspired by James Anderson's fiery burst with the second new ball and his brilliance in the field, England defeated the West Indies by nine wickets on the last day of the second Test.
12 arrested in Baltimore after march to protest black man's death
Thousands of people marched peacefully through downtown Baltimore on Saturday to protest the unexplained death of a black man in police custody but pockets of violence erupted when a small group smashed windows and threw bottles at officers.
Greek border checks aim to stop jihadists
The Greek Police (ELAS) and the country's National Intelligence Service (EYP) are on the alert amid fears that jihadists are slipping into the country in a seemingly relentless influx of undocumented immigrants via Greece's land and sea borders and inspectors have been posted at key entry points to
Charity watchdog: Clinton Foundation a 'slush fund'
The Clinton Foundation's finances are so messy that the nation's most influential charity watchdog put it on its "watch list" of problematic nonprofits last month. The Clinton family's mega-charity took...
Windows 10 Build 10061: How to customise the new Start menu
The new Start menu included in the latest build of Windows 10 – available to Windows Insiders on the Fast ring – is a marked improvement over previous versions. It's resizable, and customisable. It's also, like the build itself, rather buggy. It's a bit like a fair-weather friend –
2015: The year cloud computing becomes mainstream
Cloud computing isn't new: ComputerWeekly, in a short history of cloud computing, reports that the idea first came about in the 1960s from J.C.R. Licklider, well known for his enabling the development of ARPANET (a major precursor of the Internet as we know it today). Licklider's idea was eventually
New Apple Watch app could revolutionise enterprise security
Everyone, it seems, is jumping on the Apple Watch bandwagon with new apps, but one of the more interesting developments comes from enterprise security specialist MicroStrategy. [see_also] It’s launched a version of its Usher platform allowing the Apple Watch to be used as a secure digital ke
CEOs still lagging behind on social media [Infographic]
Social media is a large part of many people’s lives these days but it seems that people at the top of enterprises and large organisations are more reluctant to engage. [see_also] Management education advice site MBA Central has produced an infographic looking at how CEOs are lagging behind in
Microsoft's Skype for iPhone Updated with Apple Watch Support
With the Apple Watch quickly becoming a hit, Microsoft is rushing to update all of its apps to provide support for the new device launched by the Cupertino-based rival, as it wants everyone to benefit from quick access to its services.
After PowerPoint, which received an update bringing suppo
Niall Horan pays tribute to BBC presenter Colin Bloomfield who died of cancer aged 33
The radio presenter passed away just months after setting up a charity to raise awareness of sun safety amongst children
Superbug alert at Kate Middleton's hospital as eight patients infected with antibiotic-resistant kil...
A POTENTIALLY deadly bug has forced a ward to be closed at the hospital where Prince William and Kate are due to have their second child.
Tutti Mooti: Farm cafe that serves customers ice cream from cow to cone in one hour up for Golden Co...
A SCOTTISH dairy farm that serves the freshest ice cream around, is up for our annual Golden Cone Award.
Sir Alex Ferguson pledges to unveil statue of Govan heroine Mary Barbour after donating £5000
THE football legend has vowed to return to Glasgow and unveil the statue of fellow Govanite Mary Barbour if it is ever made.
General Election 2015: SNP surge continues as Labour fail to make up ground on nationalists in new p...
WITH the election under two weeks away a new poll released today suggests Labour have been unable to win back voters from the SNP.
Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik tops Sunday Times Rich List
Len Blavatnik - the Odessa-born owner of Warner Music - has topped this year's Sunday Times Rich List with a fortune of £13.17bn.
Burnley vs Leicester City: Jamie Vardy played through the pain barrier, says Nigel Pearson
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson revealed that goalscorer Jamie Vardy needed an injection to be fit for the 1-0 victory over Burnley.
Manchester United transfer news: Radamel Falcao has 'had his chance' at Old Trafford, says Louis van...
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has given his clearest hint yet that Radamel Falcao won't return to Old Trafford next season.
Everton vs Manchester United live: Plus all the build-up to Arsenal vs Chelsea
Today in the Premier League, Everton face Manchester United, and Arsenal take on Chelsea at the Emirates Stadium. A victory for Jose Mourinho's side, and they could win the Premier League title as soon as Wednesday with a win over Leicester.Everton vs Manchester United (1.30pm)Fellaini starts for U
London Marathon 2015: Emotional Paula Radcliffe posts 2:36.55 time in her final competitive race
The greatest female marathon runner in Great British history Paula Radcliffe bid an emotional goodbye to the London Marathon by posting a time of 2:36.55.
James Warren: The Pentagon's crazy procurement process
The Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on how the Pentagon buys and develops things was only missing Rube Goldberg.
Rick Jacobs: Jews must reject Geller's anti-Muslim venom
She's back. Under the auspices of something deemed the American Freedom Defense Initiative, the infamous fearmonger
Benjamin Todd Jealous: Black, white, blue and Freddie Gray
In the first episode of the HBO drama "The Wire," Baltimore's Western Police District is introduced as a place where officers
Powerful 6.7 aftershock hits Kathmandu, Mount Everest
A powerful, magnitude 6.7 aftershock shook the Kathmandu area of Nepal on Sunday, a day after a massive earthquake devastated the region with more than 1,900 deaths and destroyed homes and infrastructure.
See also: Nearly 1,800 dead after Nepal rocked by massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake
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ISS crew watched 'Gravity' on fancy new projector
How do you pass the time when you're in space? By watching a movie about a catastrophe in space, of course!
According to Scott Kelly, a NASA astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS), the crew is watching "Gravity" — a movie about a group of astronauts struggling to survive aboar
Somerset Standard published Frome's Jenson Button in the 2015 Sunday Times Sport Rich List
Jenson Button has been ranked the third richest sports star in the 2015 Sunday Times Sport Rich List.The racing car champion apparently has a personal fortune of £71 million, up from £63 million in 2014. But Button dropped one place in the latest list compiled by the Sunday Times. He wa
Somerset Standard published NATIONAL NEWS: British tourists missing after Nepal earthquake
Dozens of British tourists remain missing after an earthquake in Nepal killed more than 2,000 people.The 7.8 magnitude quake struck on Saturday morning near Kathmandu and the city of Pokhara.The quake, thought to be the worst in the region for 80 years, was also felt in India, Bangladesh and Tibet.A
Discover the setting of ITVs hit detective drama Vera
Follow in the footsteps of Brenda Blethyn and experience the beautiful British beaches and idyllic rural scenes used as filming locations in the crime series
Indonesia executions could happen in 72 hours
Nine of 10 mostly foreign prisoners on death row in Indonesia have been given 72 hours notice ahead of their execution, according to a spokesperson for the Attorney General's office.
New quake near Everest, new avalanches
These are fearful times on the highest mountain in the world.
The devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday set off avalanches that left large numbers of climbers dead, missing, injured or trapped on Mount Everest.
And aftershocks, including a ...
Cecily Strong's top 10 WHCD jokes
"Saturday Night Live" comedian Cecily Strong skewered political candidates and news agencies Saturday night at the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.
Indonesia defiant as UN leads condemnation of executions
Australia, which has mounted a sustained diplomatic campaign to save its two citizens in the group, also renewed appeals following Saturday's news.
Nepal quake: Magnitude 6.7 aftershock hits
A powerful, magnitude 6.7 aftershock has shaken the Kathmandu area of Nepal, a day after the massive earthquake devastated the region with more than 1900 deaths and destroyed homes and infrastructure.The US Geological Survey says...
IPL 2015, DD vs RCB Live Cricket Score: Daredevils Look to Surge Up as they Take on Inconsistent Ban...
Delhi Daredevils and Royal Challengers Bangalore have been stuck in a mid-table battle. JP Duminy's men look to surge up the table as they take on Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers. Catch all the live updates from the game.
Pasadena start-up wants to popularize the aerial selfie
A Pasadena startup wants to extend "selfies" into the sky with a camera-carrying drone that's capable of tracking and filming autonomously.Polyhelo, near Lake Avenue and California Boulevard in Pasadena, unveiled their "C-mi" drone on Wednesday with a $125,000
Stagecoach 2015: The Cadillac Three brings rock 'n' roll to Indio
INDIO >> With a heavy drum beat and guitarist Jaren Johnston going hard on the guitar, The Cadillac Three rocked the Mane Stage Saturday afternoon.Using the song "I'm Southern," The Cadillac Three pumped up the crowd, making them dance and headbang while waving their hands in the air. This was The C
David and Victoria Beckham support son Romeo as he raises £6,000 for charity
The Beckham family were out in force at the London Marathon children's race and even wore T shirts saying 'Team Romeo' - cute
Watford's Ikechi Anya really knows how to celebrate promotion to the Premier League
Watford became the first Championship team of the season to make it to the Premier League yesterday and boy do they know how to celebrate
Barack Obama's new attitude rhymes with 'bucket' he says in hilarious White House dinner speech
The US President demonstrated his jokes and charisma by taking aim at journalists and heavyweight politicians during the annual correspondents' dinner
PFA Team of the Year: SIX Chelsea players named in XI, but there's no room for 21-goal Sergio Aguero
Eden Hazard, Diego Costa, Nemanja Matic, Gary Cahill, John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic all make the cut, but Man City's star striker misses out
Family of US hostage gave Al Qaeda $250G before deadly drone strike, report says
The Al Qaeda captors of two hostages who were killed in a January drone strike in Pakistan reportedly received $250,000 in ransom money from the family of American captive Dr. Warren Weinstein in 2012.
Protests turn violent over death of Freddie Gray, who died after arrest in Baltimore
A protest over the death of Freddie Gray, who was critically injured in police custody, started peacefully with thousands marching through downtown streets before the demonstration turned violent and volatile Saturday night.
Coast Guard searches for 4 people missing in Alabama waters after sailboats capsize in storm
Coast Guard officials say crews are continuing their search for at least four people missing in the water after a powerful storm capsized several sailboats participating in a regatta near Mobile Bay, Alabama.
Gasquet, Kyrgios seek French Open boost at ATP Estoril
Estoril (Portugal) (AFP) - France's Richard Gasquet and Australian Nick Kyrgios will hope to kick-start pre-Roland Garros injury comeback bids at the Estoril Open which begins on Monday.Fifth seed Gasquet, who lost the 2007 final to Novak Djokovic and suffered the same fate in 2012 against Juan Mart
Quake deals heavy blow to Nepal's rich cultural heritage
Kathmandu (AFP) - Reduced to piles of rubble and splintered wood, Nepal's rich cultural heritage has suffered a devastating blow from a massive earthquake that tore through the country, experts said Sunday.In the heart of Kathmandu, many of a cluster of temples and statues built between the 12th and
Poppies pay tribute at Art Gallery of WA
A WALL of handmade poppies crafted by families from recycled materials pay tribute to the ANZACs at the Art Gallery of WA.