SOME of Hollywood’s biggest names have united in voicing their frustration and disappointment that the upcoming comedy The Interview has been pulled from release schedules.
RUSSIA’S economy is on the brink of major crisis, hit by the double-whammy of a plummeting oil price and crippling western sanctions.
A MAN jailed for murdering his wife claims he was depressed because his home had been bombarded with misdirected calls to a brothel.
THE Australian public has hailed the police as heroes following the siege in Martin Place.
BEFORE the Martin Place siege there was another hostage crisis that shocked Australians.
DERBY is finally hitting his stride.
ABC 7.30 host Leigh Sales won the internet overnight after poking fun at the “spectacular screw up” which saw soon-to-be The Project co-host Waleed Aly mistaken for comedian Nazeem Hussain.
EVER wondered what goes on in a locker room?
ARCHAEOLOGISTS say they have uncovered an ancient cemetery in the Egyptian desert with more than a million mummies varied around 1500 years ago.
STEPHEN Belafonte has slaims claims he abused wife Mel B, denying reports he beat his wife and sent her to hospital and saying he wasn’t aware of media reports the pair have split.
AS madman Man Haron Monis held 18 hostages in Sydney’s CBD, police were trawling through the junk-filled “lair” of the terrorist.
SECURITY footage has emerged which is believed to show gunman Man Haron Monis calmly walking through Martin Place an hour before the hostage drama began.
MELBOURNE has trumped Sydney in the race to host the official Australian opening ceremony for next year’s Cricket World Cup.
SYDNEY siege killer Man Haron Monis had a public “extremist manifesto” and posted 10 hate letters to law enforcement agencies — but was still not being monitored by counterterrorism authorities.
FOR those of us who were old enough, we all remember the hysteria over the Y2K bug at the turn of the century. While the fallout wasn’t as bad as certain media were contending at the time, it did have an impact on some computer operating systems around the world. Although Y2K ultimately proved be no more than a mere hiccup in our heavily computerised civilisation, there is a another programming limitation that could prove to be very disruptive if it goes unchecked.
TIM Ludeman has smashed the fastest 50 in the BBL’s short history to lead the Adelaide Strikers to a comprehensive victory over the Melbourne Stars.
THE only Muslim MP in federal parliament says the Sydney siege tragedy was not religiously-motivated but a criminal act.
THESE are boom days for tech start-ups. But as software continues to eat big, stagnant industries, sometimes the rest of the world bites back.