Andy Warhol's Mona Lisa sells for more than $4m at Art Cologne fairThe three-level layout "helped tremendously; it gave the fair a nice flow and structure," said Daniel Hug, the fair's director.
Shot fired into hotel courtyardDRINKERS were lucky to escape injury when a shot was fired into a hotel courtyard in Melbourne’s east.
Sacked advisers still in the industryMacquarie Bank advisers sacked for mismanagement are continuing to work in the industry, a Senate inquiry has heard.
Scandal of 300,000 Scots' benefits sanctions under David Cameron's Con-Dem governmentSHOCKING results from studies show Con-Dem reforms are taking more than £1.6billion a year out of the Scottish economy.
Jersey makes it into the top ten European holiday islands and tops a UK/Channel Islands listJersey beats Majorca and Tenerife in a poll of holiday isles but Santorini comes top in Europe, while the British top ten includes the Isle of Wight, St Mary's and Arran
27 survivors of Sunday's Mediterranean shipwreck reach Italy, death toll 800Twenty-seven survivors of Sunday’s Mediterranean shipwreck arrived on a coast guard vessel at the Italian port of Catania on Monday night.
According to the UN’s latest figures, the disaster killed 800 migrants who had embarked on the perilous crossing from Libya, desperate for a bett
Mega Buzz: Is S.H.I.E.L.D. Going to Become Overrun with Superheroes?Every week, Inhumans seem to play a bigger and bigger role in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. mythology. But don't worry: According to executive producer Jeffrey Bell, the ABC drama isn't going to become overrun by characters with superpowers any time soon.Check out all this week's Mega Buzz scoop!"
Can Adelaide sustain this hotel building boom?ANOTHER day, another announcement of a new hotel. But does Adelaide have too many? Can the city sustain it?
'A recipe born of love and necessity'THE first Anzac biscuits were long-distance messages of love and care. But guess how the Diggers used them when they arrived, hard and inedible? Plus, Maggie Beer’s recipe for the perfect Anzac Day bite.
Family, friends remember Norwood Flats shooting victimFamily and long-time friends of Garry Godson told CTV News, the man shot to death early Monday morning led a troubled life.
Leaks not to blame for $A jump: RBAThe RBA has for the first time addressed “unusual trading” in the Aussie dollar before its recent interest rate decisions.
New report vindicates Indian IT firms debunks antiH1B mythsA new report debunks arguments long touted by H1B critics to say foreign workers dont cost less dont replace natives and the US is actually short of STEM Science Technology Engineering and Maths workers and needs help
Major: Labour-SNP Govt A 'Recipe For Mayhem'A minority Labour government propped up by SNP votes would be a "recipe for mayhem", Sir John Major is expected to warn later.
6 Baltimore police officers suspended amid investigation of suspect's fatal spine injuryBaltimore's mayor, police officials, and prosecutor sought to calm their city Monday, while six officers were suspended as authorities investigated how a suspect suffered a fatal spine injury in police custody last week.
Dunedin hunter missing for two days in South CanterburyA seach is under way for a Dunedin hunter missing in the Albury area in South Canterbury for two days.
Blue Bell Creameries issues recall of all products, Oklahoma facility to remain closedBY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSBRENHAM, Texas (AP) — Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries issued a voluntary recall Monday night for all of its products on the market after two samples of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeriosis. The company "can't say with certainty" how the bac
Grocers call for controls on duopolyTHE government should take on the supermarket duopoly to make it harder for large companies to crush smaller ones, say independent grocers.
Dancing with the Stars: Who Got Sent Home?It may be rainy and cold here in New York, but it's Spring Break week on Dancing with the Stars. Can you smell that salty sea air?We also get our first team dances of the season. And we get forewarned that two couples will be going home next week, when the Tuesday night results shows return.Who will
Third charge after Melbourne raidPolice in Australia charge a third teenager, Harun Causevic, with terrorism-related offences after weekend raids in Melbourne.
Mindfulness 'option for depression'A mindfulness-based therapy could provide a "new choice for millions of people" with recurrent depression, a study in the Lancet says.
MP 'sensationalised' abuse claimsA SENIOR Catholic nun has attacked a former Queensland MP who revealed former residents at Neerkol Orphanage were being abused for “sensationalising” the issue.
South Asian women diagnosed with late stage breast cancer more often: Canadian studyNew research is warning that South Asian women in Canada are more likely to be diagnosed with later stage breast cancer compared to the general population.
'Skin saves lives': burn patients need skin donationsOnly two per cent of people who pass away meet the strict criteria for organ donation. But 90 per cent can donate tissues, including corneas, heart valves, tendons and skin.
House price growth to slow in 2016The national growth in house prices is tipped to hit 4.4 per cent by the end of 2015, before moderating next year.
Z Energy hits back at petrol price cynicsZ Energy has hit back at cynics who suspect petrol companies of being quick to raise prices when the price of oil increases and slow to drop prices when it falls.
Prosecutors: Capsized boat captain and crew member arrestedCATANIA, Sicily (AP) — Prosecutors said Tuesday that they arrested the captain and a crew member of the boat in which as many as 900 people are feared to have drowned in the unremitting waves of migrants seeking to escape from war-torn Libya. Even as the search continued for victims of the weeken
AC/DC drummer's kill threat just an 'angry call': lawyerAC/DC drummer Phil Rudd on Tuesday made a surprise guilty plea on a charge of threatening to kill, with his lawyer describing the veteran rocker's offence as...
Was Rumer Willis' "Bootylicious" Dancing With the Stars Dance Too Raunchy?On Dancing With the Stars Season 20, Week 6, Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy were given Jazz. The week's theme? Spring Break. Their song? "Bootylicious." The result? A whole lot of butt shaking, because really, what else would you expect? Still, judge Len Goodman said he wasn't into all the rau
Rangers shut down Penguins 2-1 to reclaim momentumHenrik Lundqvist stopped 23 shots and the New York Rangers regained control of their first-round series against the Pittsburgh Penguins with a 2-1 win in Game 3 on Tuesday night.
U.S. Navy sends two more warships near Yemen as conflict escalatesThe United States said on Monday it had sent two more warships into the waters near Yemen, heightening its military presence in the area as concerns grow over the country’s civil war.
The U.S. Navy sent an aircraft carrier and a guided missile cruiser from the Gulf into the Arabian Sea