Everest survivors describe ordeal
Survivors of avalanches around the base of Mount Everest triggered by the Nepal earthquake describe their experiences and the destruction around them.
ScottHarrison published Nepal quake: UK rescue teams rush to help earthquake victims
Rescue operations and aid efforts will continue in Nepal today as the country assesses the scale of the death and destruction inflicted by a powerful earthquake.
More than 1,800 people were killed after the 7.8 magnitude quake struck just before midday yesterday, sending tremors through the Kathman
Western Morning News published Handsome pony named after Ross Poldark
A rescued moorland pony which is now on the road to recovery has been dubbed 'Ross Poldark' because of his handsome looks.Livery stable owner Verity Perry, from Crowlas in West Cornwall, has, with some like-minded friends, formed the Bodmin Moor Pony Rescue charity to try to alleviate the plight of
ScottHarrison commented Britain's richest people double their wealth
The collective wealth of Britain's richest people has more than doubled in the last ten years, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
This year's list found the wealthiest 1,000 individuals and families now have a combined fortune of £547.126 billion.
The figure has more than doubled since
Westwood claims Indonesia golf hat-trick
Lee Westwood has won his third Indonesian Masters title, with Tasmanian 27-year-old Kalem Richardson finishing third.
Clarkson defends pushing AFL fan
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Moylan stars for Panthers in NRL win
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Reynolds, Maloney battle for NSW No.6
Josh Reynolds and James Maloney will fight it out for the contentious NSW five-eighth spot in next Sunday's City v Country clash.
VIDEO: Who has made Sunday Times Rich List?
The owner of Warner Music has been named Britain's richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, according to The 2015 Sunday Times Rich List.
VIDEO: Labour SNP government 'alarming'
Boris Johnson, has said that voters would find it "deeply alarming" if Labour did a post election deal with the SNP.
VIDEO: Miliband rules out deal with SNP
Labour's Ed Miliband rules out any deal with the SNP if no party wins an overall majority at the election.
VIDEO: Johnson and Miliband clash on Marr
Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, and Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, go head-to-head on The Andrew Marr Show.
Three billionaires on rich list
Wales has three billionaires, with Cardiff-born investor Sir Michael Moritz the wealthiest, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.
Dismemberment murder probe continues
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Klitschko eyes Fury title defence
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Sunderland is the cheapest place in the country to rent a shared room
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Strong aftershocks add to misery for Nepal quake victims
Death toll now more than 2,000, with scores injured
Strong aftershocks cause panic and further damage
Another avalanche strikes Mt. Everest, where at least 17 died
Offers of help pour in from around the world
Four debutants in Kangaroos squad
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Mysterious 'god' cloud appears over volcano
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Four Qld men found in Nepal, others missing
FOUR Queensland men feared missing after the devastating earthquake in Nepal have been found. At least three other Queenslanders remain unaccounted for.
Iran navy commander denies ships withdrawn from Gulf of Aden
Iran says its naval vessels have not departed from the Gulf of Aden and will continue their mission there.
Navy commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says Iran’s thirty fourth naval vessels group is currently patrolling the Gulf of Aden. The Iranian ships are tasked with securing
3 Israeli soldiers inured in Jerusalem al-Quds after being struck by car
At least three Israeli forces have been wounded after being struck by a car in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
The incident happened in At-Tur neighborhood. One of the soldiers is in critical condition. The Israeli army claims the suspect is a Palestinian. Nearby roads are blocked by Israeli f
UN chief appoints new envoy to Yemen
The UN chief has appointed a new special envoy to Yemen amid growing pressure for the resumption of peace talks.
Ban Ki-moon appointed Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed of Mauritania, the UN's special Ebola envoy in Ghana. UN officials described the new envoy as a very good diplomat and an expe
Paper Talk: City & United target Gundogan
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Live: Rabbitohs click into gear
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Live: Gorgeous Georgievski sparks Victory party
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IS not just recruiting fighters: Dutton
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Massive aftershock hits Nepal
AS rescue workers continue to search for survivors of yesterday’s huge earthquake, Nepal has just been rocked by a 6.7 magnitude aftershock.
Yemen: Airstrikes and fighting amid efforts towards peace talks
Fighting continues to rage between warring factions in Yemen, despite calls from former president Ali Abdullah Saleh for his allies to withdraw from areas they’ve captured.
On Friday, Saleh called for UN-brokered Saudi-Yemeni peace talks to be held in Geneva.
The UN has app
VIDEO: Obama jokes at annual dinner
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Mom's decision to take daughter to Pink concert wasn't harmful: judge
A mom's decision to take her 11-year-old daughter to a Pink concert has a judge saying, "So What?" The New Jersey judge says the concert trip isn't evidence of bad parenting.
Nepal earthquake: rescue efforts stepped up as quake toll rises
Nepal ramped up efforts on Sunday to rescue people trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings after an earthquake devastated the heavily crowded Kathmandu valley, killing at least 1,800, and triggered a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest.
SBS presenter Scott McIntyre sacked over 'inappropriate' Anzac Day tweets
SBS presenter Scott McIntyre has been sacked from the broadcaster after posting a series of comments about Anzac Day on Twitter that were described as "inappropriate and disrespectful".
Inside the White House Correspondents' Dinner aka 'Nerd Prom'
President Obama brought down the house Saturday night at the White House Press Correspondents' annual dinner, aiming zingers at targets from Hillary Clinton to the Koch Brothers. "I have a...
SA police target cold case bikie murders
SOUTH Australians are being asked to come forward with new clues in some cold case bikie murders and disappearances dating back to 1999.
Kiwis think Iraq deployment is about keeping allies on side
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Sports reporter Scott McIntyre fired for Anzac Day tweets
An Australian sports presenter has been sacked after going on a Twitter rant about war and Anzac Day.
Wellington right-to-die lawyer accepts other groups will intervene with her case
A terminally-ill Wellington lawyer trying to clarify the law on assisted dying has accepted a judge's ruling to allow interest groups to join her court case.
Makeshift boats spark Coastguard response
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Nepal shaken by deadly earthquake
LATEST: Death toll tops 1,900
Google exec among at least 17 killed in avalanches on Mount Everest | Photos from Everest
Officials says people will urgently need food, water medicine and shelter
First 72 hours critical in search for survivors
GOP needs more than 'Stop Hillary'
The collective Republican refrain, "Stop Hillary," is loud and clear coast to coast.I'm guessing the underlying assumption is she either is wrong for America, too dangerous, or both.The rhetoric has become so ugly, one of my normally rational friends now says, "I can't vote for Hillary.
Cheers to the first ever dineLA Happy Hour Week
It's happy hour somewhere -- and during five days this month, it won't be hard to find that somewhere in Los Angeles County.The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board is presenting the first ever dineLA Happy Hour Week, Monday through May 1, that aims to spotlight specially curated cocktails during
Obama Has Aged A Lot Since His First White House Correspondents' Dinner
President Barack Obama gave his first White House Correspondents' Dinner speech back in 2009, when he joked about Fox News, former Vice President Dick Cheney and first lady Michelle Obama's "right to bare arms."
Obama is attending the same event Saturday night, and photos from the two occasions s
Who are the Americans who have been killed by U.S. drone strikes?
The White House confirmed this week that three U.S. citizens were killed in counter terrorism operations, believed to be drone strikes, carried out by the U.S. at the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan in January.
They are the latest Americans to be killed as a result of the controversial U.S. dron
How self-publishing on LinkedIn can elevate your professional profile
It’s no secret that social media and online profiles have changed the rules of the job search game in more ways than one
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Data shows that 73% of millennials found their last job through a social network and 77% of organization
5 missing after storm strikes Alabama regatta
At least five people were missing after a severe storm Saturday afternoon capsized sailboats in Mobile Bay, Alabama, during a regatta, U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Carlos Vega said.
Late Fernandinho strike sends Man City second
LONDON: Fernandinho volleyed in an emphatic 89th-minute winner as Manchester City edged FA Cup finalists Aston Villa 3-2 on Saturday to reclaim second place in the Premier League table. A calamitous miskick by Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan allowed Sergio Aguero to put City ahead in the third minute an
Land tax the fairest route
The Reserve Bank's suggestion to revisit tax incentives for landlords has highlighted how poisoned that debate has become after voters rejected the Labour/Green Capital Gains Tax at last year's election.Watching Labour leader Andrew...
Singin' in the Rain: What a wonderful feelin'
As the man filling Gene Kelly's squishy shoes in the stage production of Singin' In The Rain , Grant Almirall makes no bones about the fact it's been tough work.Yes, Kelly might have danced up a storm in the classic 1952 movie...
England captain Alastair Cook hails James Anderson after West Indies Test victory
Anderson, who became England's leading Test wicket-taker in Antigua last week, was in effervescent form as he played a decisive role in six consecutive wickets to inspire his side on a flat pitch
India steps up relief and rescue efforts in neighboring Nepal
Day after Nepal hit by its worst earthquake in 80 years, death toll rises sharply to 1,805, according to country's home ministry.
2nd Test: England Cruise to Nine-Wicket Triumph vs West Indies
England have retained the Wisden Trophy against the West Indies-- the symbol of supremacy in Test series between the two nations since 1963 -- going into the final Test in Barbados starting next Friday.
Clippers ready to rumble on road with Spurs
SAN ANTONIO >> The Los Angeles Clippers are coming off a difficult-to-take 111-107 overtime loss Wednesday to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series at Staples Center.