End of line for Mick at Blues

End of line for Mick at Blues

THE coaching career of footy legend Mick Malthouse came crashing down in a shambolic sacking by Carlton chiefs on Tuesday.



Charter to buy Time Warner Cable

Charter to buy Time Warner Cable

Charter Communications agrees to buy media giant Time Warner Cable in a deal which values the company at $78.7bn.

BB King's death to be investigated

BB King's death to be investigated

The death of blues legend BB King is investigated after his daughters claim he was deliberately given medication to induce diabetic shock.

The Page That Is Like The Trembling Heart...

The Page That Is Like The Trembling Heart...

The Daily Mail pick four (one) managers that could 'fit the bill' to replace Brendan Rodgers. They then tell us that he isn't leaving...

2 dead including gunman in shooting at Grand Forks Wal-Mart; 1 injured and taken to hospital

2 dead including gunman in shooting at Grand Forks Wal-Mart; 1 injured and taken to hospital

Police say the gunman is among the two people who died in a shooting at a Wal-Mart store in North Dakota.

Spy trial against US journalist held in Iran starts

Spy trial against US journalist held in Iran starts

Tehran (dpa) - The trial in Iran of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who has been jailed for the past 10 months on charges including espionage, began in a Tehran courtroom on Tuesday, the state-run IRNA news agency reported.Rezaian, who...

Malaysian forensic officers examine remains of migrants found along Thai border

Malaysian forensic officers examine remains of migrants found along Thai border

Police forensic teams in Malaysia are at work to identify whether the remains uncovered at 139 grave sites and 28 abandoned camps are Bangladeshi or Rohingya migrants.

Authorities are unclear as to how many bodies are buried in the remote area along the Thai border.

Human tra

Opposing views on assisted death

Opposing views on assisted death

Sarah Wootton from Dignity In Dying and Alistair Thompson from Care Not Killing talk about the case of cancer patient Jeffrey Spector. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Coroner's inquest into death of Serena Perry enters final stage

Coroner's inquest into death of Serena Perry enters final stage

A coroner's inquest jury looking into the death of a psychiatric patient at a hospital in New Brunswick heard instructions today from coroner John Evans.

European stocks drop as Greece's debt issues take centre stage

European stocks drop as Greece's debt issues take centre stage

European shares fell Tuesday as markets reopened after holidays in several countries, as concerns over Greece's debt crisis overshadowed news from China of support for new infrastructure projects.

Thunderstorms likely across Saskatchewan today

Thunderstorms likely across Saskatchewan today

Temperatures will rise to about 28 C today, but thunderstorms are expected this afternoon and evening.

Overtime: Flooding Strands Houston Rockets Fans in Arena

Overtime: Flooding Strands Houston Rockets Fans in Arena

Those who played it safe were greeted by Rockets center Dwight Howard, who said he wasn't going to take his chances on the roads.

Iraq Launches Operation to Drive ISIS Out of Anbar

Iraq Launches Operation to Drive ISIS Out of Anbar

Iraq has launched a military campaign to drive ISIS militants out of Anbar province, senior security officials said Tuesday.

Number of Livestock Holdings in Bulgaria Down 34% in 2014

Number of Livestock Holdings in Bulgaria Down 34% in 2014

The number of livestock holdings for cattle, sheep and goats, and pigs in Bulgaria fell by 34% on an annual basis in 2014, according to a media statement of Bulgaria's Agriculture Ministry. Bulgaria's Agriculture Ministry published statistics on livestock by November 2014. The number of livestock

Sofia City Prosecutor's Office Requests Restart of Trial against Ex PM Stanishev

Sofia City Prosecutor's Office Requests Restart of Trial against Ex PM Stanishev

The Sofia City Prosecutor's Office has submitted to the Sofia City Court a motion for restarting the suspended administrative-criminal proceedings against Sergei Stanishev, former Bulgarian Prime Minister and current MEP and leader of the Party of European Socialists (PES). Stanishev, former leader

Monument of Turkmen President Now Erected in Ashgabat

Monument of Turkmen President Now Erected in Ashgabat

A grandiose statue of the President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow was erected in the center of the capital Ashgabat, as reported by the AFP. The sculpture is placed upon a 15-meter construction, resembling a mountain top. It has been constructed out of bronze and then covered in 24-cara

Bofors scandal more of a media trial: Pranab

Bofors scandal more of a media trial: Pranab

When asked if he thought Bofors had been a media trial, the President said, "First of all - it is yet to be to be established that there was a scandal. No Indian court has established it."

Steph Houghton signs Manchester City contract extension

Steph Houghton signs Manchester City contract extension

England captain Steph Houghton has committed her future to Manchester City by signing a contract extension, keeping her with the Continental Cup winners until the end of the 2017 season.

Walmart shooting leaves 2 dead, including gunman, in North Dakota

Walmart shooting leaves 2 dead, including gunman, in North Dakota

Police say two people, including the gunman, died in a shooting at a Walmart store in North Dakota.

Bureaucrats confirm ambassador tarmac snub but deny Stephen Brady offered resignation

Bureaucrats confirm ambassador tarmac snub but deny Stephen Brady offered resignation

Australia's ambassador to France was told by a mid-ranking hospitality official in the Prime Minister's department that his partner should not be in the "greeting line" when Tony Abbott flew into Paris on ANZAC Day.

2 dead after shooting at North Dakota Walmart

2 dead after shooting at North Dakota Walmart

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Two people died and several more were injured in a shooting early Tuesday at a Wal-Mart Supercenter store in Grand Forks, North Dakota, police said.

Russia space programme on brink of collapse due to 'moral decay'

Russia space programme on brink of collapse due to 'moral decay'

The Russian space programme is on the brink of collapse due to corruption, financial violations and "moral decay," according to reports. A government appointed watchdog found that 92 billion rubles (£1.2 billion) were misused by the Roscosmos space agency during 2014 alone. Read more: Russia plann

Meat from hunted rhino given away

Meat from hunted rhino given away

A Texas man bid $350,000 for a permit to hunt and kill a black rhino in Namibia. Now, the meat from the black rhino is being delivered to a Namibian village.

Rhino hunter defends killing animal

Rhino hunter defends killing animal

Hunter Corey Knowlton speaks to CNN's Erin Burnett and defends his controversial hunt of an endangered black rhino in Namibia.

Iraq forces begin Anbar operations

Iraq forces begin Anbar operations

Iraq launches operation to retake Anbar and Salaheddine provinces from ISIS. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh has more.

24-Year-Old Woman Nearly Died After Taking Diet Pills Bought on Amazon

In April this year, the case of a 21-year-old student, who died "burning from the inside" after taking 4 times the lethal dose of diet pills she'd bought online, made headlines around the world. The industry of over-the-counter / online diet pills is one of many billions annually, but few peo

Spy trial of Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian opens in Tehran

The trial of the Washington Post’s Tehran correspondent, Jason Rezaian, accused of espionage by the Iranian government opens today.

The process will take place in-camera.

Jason Rezaian was arrested by Iranian security services in July last year on unspecified charges.


12 missing after flooding in Texas sweeps away vacation home

WIMBERLEY, Texas (AP) — Recovery teams were resuming the search early Tuesday for 12 members of two families who are missing after a rain-swollen river in Central Texas carried a vacation home off its foundation, slamming it into a bridge downstream. The hunt for the missing picked up after a hol

Powerful Waterspout Hurls Kids Bouncy Castle Through the Air

A waterspout that came ashore at a Florida beach turned dangerous after it hit an inflated bouncy castle, ABC News reports, tossing it into the air and injuring three children. The swirling column of wind and ocean water that formed in Fort Lauderdale hit the ground today and video shows that it

Opera Max now lets you save on data over Wi-Fi on your Android device

Data-saving Android app Opera Max has been updated with the ability to compress data over Wi-Fi connections. The new feature will find favor with users who routinely share a Wi-Fi connection. You can adjust this setting for various apps separately on mobile data and Wi-Fi, and track your usage on bo

Police slammed for keeping pictures of innocent Scots on controversial facial recognition database

OFFICERS admitted using the special technology hundreds of times in a bid to identify faces captured on CCTV and other images.

Richard Cohen: Adolf Hitler, glibly reinvented

"I remember waking up," Adolf Hitler says. "I was lying on an area of undeveloped land, surrounded by terraces of houses."

Journalist's Spying Trial Starts In Iran

A Washington Post journalist has gone on trial for spying in Iran, the country's ISNA news agency has said.

Deadly Tornado Rips Baby From Mother's Arms

A tornado raging through a city on the US-Mexico border has killed 13 people and ripped an infant from its mother's arms.

Politician Abused Me Regularly, Survivor Says

Abuse survivor Esther Baker has named a politician as one of the men who abused her while police officers stood guard.

Chuka Umunna Backs Liz Kendall For Leader

Former Labour leadership favourite Chuka Umunna has backed Liz Kendall, saying she could move the party "beyond our comfort zone".

Washington Post journalist's trial in Iran will be 'closed to the world'

The trial of Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, who is being held on espionage charges in Iran, is due to start on Tuesday. After 10 months languishing in the notorious Evin Prison, the Tehran bureau chief is set to face a closed door trial, according to a statement posted online by The Post