NORTH Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un looks set to take a tentative step onto the global stage with a visit in May to Russia — his first trip abroad since coming to power three years ago.
THE independent candidate who believes he has the power to topple the Queensland Premier in his own electorate wears a size-nine shoe.
NOTORIOUS rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight has been involved in a hit-and-run in Los Angeles that has left one man dead and another person in the hospital, US media report.
WHO knew Kyle Sandilands was such a diva?
LAWYERS for the condemned Bali Nine duo Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have officially lodged an application for a judicial review of their case and say they are “pretty confident” of saving the men’s lives.
DRIVING tests are a rite of passage for young Australians. A chance to secure a greater amount of freedom in their post-pubescent lives.
SOME people refer to marriage as “taking the plunge”. In an awful tale from the Spanish holiday isle of Ibiza, those words turned out to be true in the most tragic way imaginable.
HE might just have the most famous sisters in the world so it’s no wonder James Middleton is feeling a little left out.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott considered appointing close friend, News Corp Australia journalist Greg Sheridan, to a diplomatic post, it has been revealed.
TREASURER Joe Hockey concedes that marked changes in the Australian currency can be disruptive for business.
IT WOULDN’T get you a coffee in most cafes across Australia.
TERRIFIED of spiders, a wilting flower in the heat, fussy eating habits — I was the perfect candidate to be dropped in to the South African jungle camp where I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! will be filmed.
IN 1991, two German tourists were hiking in the Ötzal Alps on the border between Austria and Italy when they stumbled across the remains of Europe’s oldest natural human mummy.
Australians are clicking and streaming Australian Open tennis like never before, even using more than one screen simultaneously to make sure they miss none of the action.
FIT BITS, wearables, call them what you will. Just don’t expect your wearable fitness technology to, you know, actually make you fitter.
ANYONE can swipe right on Tinder and receive a match, but it takes something special to secure a date.
THE future is now. Once the preserve of pets and science-fiction movies, ordinary office workers are being implanted with microchips instead of using swipe cards to access their office.
YOU put your Tesla Model S in the garage last night. Before you went to sleep it did an already insane 0-100 km/h in 3.4 seconds, but when you wake up it does that speed in 3.3 seconds without you doing a thing. Huh?