“IT’S not fair!” complained a South Korean sex industry aficionado, a former “consultant” for a large call girl website. “The tax men are hurting business! Cracking down on company cards!”
A WORLD-LEADING ethics professor says the performance-enhancing drugs linked to AFL club Essendon should be made legal and their use promoted in sport in a controlled setting.
A DISTURBING number of Australians are prepared to justify the actions of rapists and domestic violence perpetrators and shift the blame on to the victims.
BARACK Obama has pledged to send 3000 US military personnel to West Africa to stem the Ebola outbreak, described by the United Nations as a billion-dollar problem.
THAILAND police are questioning three Burmese migrant labourers detained over the brutal murders of two British backpackers on the holiday island of Koh Tao.
AUTHORITIES have confirmed there is no longer any hope of finding missing toddler William Tyrell alive if in fact he did wander off into bush near his grandparents’ house on the NSW mid north coast.
EVERY music fan loves having their own little slice of pop cultural treasure to put on the shelf, whether it’s an autographed album, a box set or a framed poster.
NICK Folkes is married to an Asian woman and is the son of a refugee so definitely doesn’t see himself as racist.
FIRST monocles, now beard combs. What is the world coming to?
IT’S been ticking along for 27 years and is still the most-watched daytime drama series in the world, so anyone who says they’ve never sat through an episode of The Bold and the Beautiful is probably telling porkies.
Toyota named Aussies’ most trusted automotive brand, demand for Mustang strikes early, Ford Territory model lineup revealed and more making news this week.
A SNEAKER designer has unveiled the JRDN 4 X PS4, a pair of customised Air Jordan sneakers with design influences from Sony’s PlayStation 4.
POLICE are not ruling out that missing brothers Jayden and Joseph Brady could be being hidden by a cult, group or family in northern NSW and it has been revealed the boys had previously run away for a longer period.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott will leave Arnhem Land to farewell Australian troops bound for Iraq.
INSTRUCTIONS for invasion, boasting of killings and martyrdom, and apocalyptic predictions line the pages of Islamic State’s shocking magazine.
FAMOUS for playing an adoring and caring father on screen, Bill Cosby was anything but in real life and repeatedly cheated on his wife while leading a playboy lifestyle, a new book claims.