AUSTRALIAN airlines will continue to serve alcohol to passengers despite a series of drunken incidents resulting in planes being diverted.
THAT punch you saw? It was taken out of context, Ray Rice says.
QATAR will not host the World Cup in 2022 because of scorching temperatures, a top FIFA official says.
EVERY road in the nation would be tolled with costs tied to what, where and when you drive, under a recommendation from a powerful review commissioned by the Federal Government.
DETROIT Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch has played nine mostly unremarkable seasons in the NFL but his name is going to be remembered for a long time after this morning’s epic celebration fail against Green Bay.
A MAN who has had 100 orgasms a day for the past two years has described his rare affliction as “horrendous”.
A US news reporter has quit her job on live TV, outing herself as the owner of an Alaskan cannabis club and declaring “f**k it”.
WATCH out Psy, Aussie Sam Hammington is set to become South Korea’s next big thing.
A DECADE after being overlooked in four drafts, West Coast midfielder Matt Priddis has won the 2014 Brownlow Medallist.
ARIANA Grande, plagued by rumours of a bad attitude, has become such a diva that even her life coach couldn’t handle it, sources tell The New York Post.
THE central figure in Australia’s terror plot is a born-again zealot with a history of drug use, family violence and mental illness.
CELEBRITIES have taken to Twitter to wish former Home And Away starlet Tessa James all the best after the actress was diagnosed with cancer.
JULIA Gillard still has it, Deborra-lee Furness oozes it and Gina Rinehart has a hell of a lot of it.
A WOMAN has spent $20,000 on surgery to get a third breast and her dream is to become a celebrity.
AUSTRALIA has received a direct threat from Islamic State fighters in a chilling new video recording, which the government believes is genuine.
A FAKE ad claiming that users of iOS 8 can charge their iPhones by putting them in the microwave has gone viral, duping gullible Apple fans in the process.
SYRIAN government air strikes killed at least 42 people, including 16 children, in Idlib province in the northwest, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.