THEY learnt of the gruesome “execution-style” murder of their father, Bob Ellis, via the internet. Just hours later, they had to deal with the news that his wife — their mother — had “confessed” to ordering the hit.
A DRUG gang implicated in the disappearance of 43 students in a southern city essentially ran the town, paying the mayor hundreds of thousands of dollars a month out of its profits from making opium paste to fuel the US heroin market, according to officials.
THE woman who exposed that the Prime Minister’s daughter had been given a lucrative scholarship to an illustrious private fashion college under questionable circumstances will be sentenced in court this afternoon.
TERROR has struck the heart of Canada today after a gunman shot dead a ceremonial guard at the war memorial, before being killed in the halls of parliament.
A SOLDIER was fatally shot at Canada’s National War Memorial as a gunman dressed all in black ran to the nation’s parliament and opened fire before being killed.
THE wanted Australian terrorist Mohamed Elomar appears to have surfaced in the same Islamic State propaganda video that featured the Sydney teenage runway dubbed the Ginger Jihadist.
WE’VE seen couples who planned their entire wedding on Pinterest and others that met on Facebook, but recently engaged couple Bethany Olson and Cory Staudacher found love on another social media platform — they attribute their entire relationship to Instagram!
JUNK food companies are avoiding TV advertising restrictions by promoting products such as chocolate, ice-cream and soft drink to kids via Facebook, an Australian study shows.
IT’S an unimaginable heartbreak no parent should have to face — let alone twice in 18 months.
EVEN at 13 Kim Kardashian knew she would be famous.
IMMIGRATION Minister Scott Morrison has dismissed fresh reports he’s trying to muscle in on other ministers’ portfolios as “conspiracy nonsense”.
FORGET fame or a media career — all Big Brother housemate Jason Roses wanted from his time on the reality television show was to show his parents a side of him they had never seen.
NATHAN Cirillo, aged 24, has been identified as the soldier killed by a gunman at the National War Memorial in an attack on Canada’s capital, Ottawa.