WHILE modern-day advertisements can be tacky and annoying, vintage ads were often genuine works of art.
NORTH Korean leader Kim Jong-un, one of the world’s most hated leaders, is a huge fan of Manchester United, one of the world’s most hated football clubs.
SCHAPELLE Corby’s boyfriend has been arrested on drugs charges and is now locked up in a police jail in Bali.
THE good news is there’s still absolutely heaps of snow in Australia. Our five major ski resorts still have all lifts open, while the little guys are still kicking too. The season looks likely to kick on right through to early October.
AUSTRALIA is gripped with a severe case of start-up fever. Everywhere you look there are accelerators, incubators, mentors and educators.
The Optus Zoo mobile site has received a makeover – what’s the buzz?
A BROTHER and sister in the US are behind bars after allegedly having sex in a tractor trailer parked in a church parking lot.
Ukraine accuses Russia of direct invasion
Ukraine’s president has accused Russia of a direct invasion saying troops have been moved across the border to support separatists fighting in the east.
What word has caused a classic Roald Dahl story book to be removed from the supermarket shelves?
YESTERDAY, Qantas made airline history by posting a record loss of $2.84 billion. CEO Alan Joyce is standing firm despite calls for his head.
THE consumer watchdog is taking a popular loyalty card company to court for allegedly operating a pyramid selling scheme.
THOUSANDS of people watched on as a heavily armed SWAT team stormed a man’s office and arrested him following a fake report of a mass shooting, in the latest example of a dangerous new internet prank.
US PRESIDENT Barack Obama played down the prospect of imminent US military action in Syria on Thursday, saying “we don’t have a strategy yet” for degrading the violent militant group seeking to establish a caliphate in the Middle East.
WITH political heads rolling as one name after another is named in the NSW ICAC hearings, corruption has been in the headlines for a long time.
THE Australian Government has been given horrific and graphic imagery from US satellites and unmanned spy planes showing the extent of atrocities committed by Islamic militants in northern Iraq.