The biggest lies told in interviews
HOW far would you stretch the truth to land that dream job? Half of all employers believe candidates lie on their resumes. Here are the worst ones.
No complaints yet from sheep: dept
DEPARTMENT officials say there have been no formal complaints from sheep after animal rights activists complained about swearing NSW shearers.
Budget airline Ryanair beats forecasts with rising profits
Europe's leading budget airline Ryanair has beaten forecasts again, reporting full-year net profits of 867 million euros ($949 million), 66 per cent higher than the year before.
Bulgaria's Tripartite Cooperation Council to Discuss Minimum Wage
Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Social Policy Minister Ivaylo Kalfin is convening a meeting of the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation (NCTC) on May 26 on the minimum wage level in 2015.
On May 19 the Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) revoked a ministerial decree envisaging two minimu
Moody's warns on housing risks
Moody’s welcomes recent bank moves to tighten loan criteria, but warns there are still persistent risks in the housing market.
US Justice Department reaches settlement with Cleveland over police conduct
The US Justice Department and the city of Cleveland have reached a settlement over what federal authorities said was a pattern of unconstitutional policing and excessive use of force.
Race against the clock to reach deal on NSA surveillance before deadline
With a deadline near, members of Congress have taken the unusual step of working during a recess to write a bill that senators would pass.
Hartcher to become developer lobbyist
SUSPENDED FORMER minister Chris Hartcher has been cleared by the parliamentary ethics adviser to take a lobbying job with a Central Coast developer.
Iraqi army captures 200 foreign terrorists in Anbar province
The Iraqi army has captured 2-hundred foreign terrorists in the western province of Anbar ahead of a major operation there. That was announced by Commander of Anbar operation Major General Ghasim al-Mohammadi.
The general also said they are gearing up for a major push to retake the city of Ram
Tornado tears through Mexican border town killing at least 11
A tornado which ripped through the northern Mexico border city of Ciudad Acuna has left at least 11 people dead..
Tornado rips through Mexican city on Rio Grande, killing 13 http://t.co/1aTKQyQzGp pic.twitter.com/rdvsL1zjKT— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 25, 2015
Tuesday TV: Gary Lineker On The Road To FA Cup Glory is a nostalgic trip through football history
The former England star and BBC presenter investigates whether players and fans still care about the cup?
Labour member speaks out after Cybernats failed to break him with Twitter abuse: 'Labour must change...
UNIVERSITY lecturer Dr Scott Arthur was deluged with abuse from cybernats after he asked questions critical of the SNP in a live TV debate
Family and friends pay emotional tribute to superfit jogger hit by cyclist in freak accident
NEWLYWED Peter Craig, 49, appeared to only have minor injuries at first but was later taken to hospital where it was found he had serious brain injuries.
Malaysian human traffickers' camps had 139 suspected graves
Malaysian authorities say a cluster of abandoned jungle camps used by human traffickers contained 139 suspected graves.
Didcot: Triple-Murder Suspect's Body Found
Detectives who were searching for Jed Allen say they are satisfied that a body found in Oxford is that of the triple-murder suspect.
Puerto Rican taxi driver sat in his cab, holding the wheel, at his own wake
Puerto Rican taxi driver Victor Perez Cardona didn't want a traditional wake
He traded the typical coffin for his beloved beige cab. Propped up in the front seat, he gripped the taxi's steering wheel while wearing a hat and tie. A wooden cross hung from his rearview mirror. A floral wreath lay in h
Sikh man who removed turban to save young boy receives a surprise thank you gift
Sikh man Harman Singh, who won global praise when he overlooked religious protocol to remove his turban and cradle the head of an injured boy, has been surprised with a new suite of furniture for his home.
On May 15, Daejon Pahia, 5, was struck by a car in Auckland, New Zealand, and was left with a
Live: Huddersfield breaking news, sport updates, travel and M62 traffic news, plus weather on May 26
Follow our live updates through the day to get the latest breaking news in Huddersfield, sport latest, weather forecasts, plus travel and traffic updates
Apple promotes Jony Ive to chief design officer
Sir Jonathan has helped design products like the iPod, iPhone, iPad and smartwatch over the last couple of decades.
Severe weather wreaks havoc in Texas
Tornadoes, heavy rainfall, thunderstorms and flooding have forced evacuations and roof top rescues in Texas.
Firefighter dies performing rescue operation during flooding in Claremore, Oklahoma, official says. http://t.co/8V4jpJYJ4F— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) May 24, 2015
38 killed in fire at China nursing home
Thirty-eight people were killed and six others injured after a fire broke out at a nursing home in central China late Monday, authorities said.
Two of the injured were seriously hurt, the Administration of Work Safety in Henan province said in a state...
Apple promotes design guru Jony Ive
Apple has promoted Jony Ive, its longtime design guru, to the newly created position of Chief Design Officer.
Autopsy on B.B. King's body after allegations
Coroners have performed an autopsy on the body of blues legend B.B. King after they said family members alleged "foul play."
Two of B.B. King's daughters, Patty King and Karen Williams, made the accusations in identically worded affidavits: "I believe...
'Know your place', Turkey's Erdogan tells New York Times
ISTANBUL: President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday accused the New York Times of meddling in Turkey’s affairs with a critical editorial, angrily telling the US daily to “know your place.” In a growing controversy over media rights in Turkey ahead of June 7 legislative polls, Erdoga
Greek budget proposals insufficient: IMF's Blanchard
PARIS: The budget reforms that Greece has proposed to its international creditors are not enough to ensure a surplus this year, the International Monetary Fund’s chief economist Olivier Blanchard told French financial newspaper Les Echos on Monday. Greece’s radical-left government has be
Japan and Malaysia bolster defense ties, with eyes on China
TOKYO: Japan and Malaysia agreed to bolster security ties and start talks on transfers of defense equipment and technology, their leaders said on Monday, as both separately wrangle with China over territorial spats. “I’ve agreed with Prime Minister Najib to raise our bilateral ties to st
No human trafficking camps left in Thai south, police say
BANGKOK: Thai police said on Monday there were no human trafficking camps left in southern Thailand following a month-long crackdown and the discovery of seven camps in mountainous jungle near the Thai-Malaysian border. The comments came hours after Malaysia’s police said they had uncovered 13
Southeast Asia maritime build-up accelerates, raising risks in disputed seas
SINGAPORE: Southeast Asian nations are prioritizing spending on their navies and coastguards amid rising tensions in the South China Sea, but as their capabilities grow, so does the risk that any confrontation in the contested waterway will be harder to contain. Annual defense spending in Southeast
Vision 2020: There is hope yet for democracy
Student activist Fahmi Zainol says the younger generation and social media are pushing Malaysia towards a mature democracy.
Alleged rapist even sent 'sweet dreams' message
A modelling director acted to gain the confidence of a woman before raping her when they were alone.
IPL 8: Ponting Said it was Always About Winning, Says Harbhajan
Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings in the final of IPL 8 to lift the title for the second time. Coach Ricky Ponting played a key role in the team's success.
Photo of Marine praying with bride-to-be goes viral
NEW YORK (ABC News) - A photo of a young Marine praying with his bride-to-be quickly went viral after it was posted on Facebook by the wedding photographer.
U.S. Marine Cpl. Caleb Earwood wanted to pray with his bride Maggie before their ceremony in Asheville, North Carolina, on Saturday. So with t
Fallen service members honored on Memorial Day
WASHINGTON (WJLA) - Washington is a city teeming with monuments that pay homage to a nations history.
But you dont have to go any further than the green hillsides of Arlington National Cemetery, where rows of marble flow like tears, to know the full measure of a nations sacrifice.
"I walk throug
Neighbor rescues 7-year-old boy from community pool in Rockville, gives life-saving CPR
ROCKVILLE, Md. (WJLA) - A seven-year-old boy is alive and well thanks to a quick thinking neighbor who jumped to action and performed CPR.
Around 1:30 p.m. Monday, Ijay Nelson was playing with his family and friends at the Eaves Rockville Apartments community pool along the 1600 block of Yale Place
Doctor deadline looms
D-DAY is approaching for the state's rural GPs to sign the new contract to work as independent medical contractors with Country Health SA Local Health Network.
Tornado, floods leave deadly trail at Mexico-US border
Mexico City (AFP) - A tornado ripped into a town in northern Mexico, killing at least 13 people and flattening hundreds of homes in a deadly six-second blast of carnage, officials said.The savage twister roared through the Mexican border town of Ciudad Acuna at dawn, tossing cars and big rig trucks
Militants kill UN soldier in Mali's capital: security sources
Bamako (AFP) - Militants opened fire on two Bangladeshi United Nations peacekeepers in Mali's capital Bamako on Monday, killing one and wounding the other, security sources said."Armed men that we have not yet identified shot at two peacekeepers who were on board a UN vehicle on Monday night. One of