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  • New looks alert
    Telegraph fashion editors on the trends to wear this season - and those to avoid Charlie Gowans-eglinton Maximalism
    Every season, sat among fashion’s most stylish women at the catwalk shows, I promise myself that next season, I will look more like them. I will invest in a navy cashmere coat, I think, perhaps some black trousers from Celine. Then the bass drops at...

  • PRINCES: MOMENT DADDY TOLD US MUMMY WAS DEAD
    PRINCE Harry has told for the first time how Prince Charles broke the news of his mother’s death.
    In an emotional interview, he and Prince William also reveal their reactions to being told that Diana, Princess of Wales, had been killed in a car crash in Paris...

  • Panayiotou implicated in German’s murder case
    IN a shocking twist yesterday, a jailhouse snitch implicated murdered teacher Jayde Panayiotou’s husband, Christopher, in another high-profile criminal case. The surprise turn of events emerged in the Port Elizabeth High Court in the trial of two German nationals accused of murdering German businessman Claus Schroeder....

  • Ruling on Eskom tariff hikes blow for Bay business
    NELSON Mandela Bay’s high energy users are preparing for another battle with Eskom as they await the negotiation process for new electricity tariff increases.
    This comes after the Constitutional Court ruled in favour of the power utility yesterday, allowing it to adjust the tariffs to make up for revenue lost over the last three financial years....

  • Darragh ÓSé
    Iwas sitting among a grand big family of Mayo supporters last Sunday, outnumbered but I held my own. There was a young lad sitting in front of me, 10-years- old and mad for Mayo.
    At one stage, I let a roar out of me that went a bit too far and included some bad language. As I sat down again, I leaned forward and apologised for letting the moment get the better of me....

  • JOHNSON & JOHNSON TO PAY $417-MN FINE
    In what may be the largest award so far in a lawsuit tying ovarian cancer to talcum powder, a Los Angeles jury on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $417 million in damages to a medical receptionist who developed ovarian cancer after using the company’s trademark Johnson’s Baby Powder on her perineum for decades....

  • Instant Talaq: Unlawful, Unlawful, Unlawful
    New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down the controversial Islamic practice of instant talaq, terming it and S Abdul Nazeer — agreed on the broad issue of the undesirability of instant talaq, or divorce pronounced in one sitting simply by uttering talaq thrice...

  • Govt dangles B68bn development carrot
    Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his government have approved a hefty 68-billionbaht infrastructure package to rev up the Northeast’s economy to a mixed response.
    As the mobile cabinet meeting in Nakhon Ratchasima came to an end locals received news of the funding package coolly, suggesting the prime minister will need to do more to crack the red-shirt stronghold....

  • WOMAN BURNED IN VILE ATTACK
    LEANNE Barton felt her skin sizzle as a former boyfriend branded her with a heated up garden tool.
    Over four terrifying hours, Mitchel Wayne Ellis brutally tortured the 39-year-old woman throughout her Manoora home, all while she begged him to stop.
    Yesterday...

  • 'MEN' BASHED MY BOY
    THE parents of a 15-year-old Coast boy bashed by two adult men as he was riding his new bike home are desperate to find the men behind the attack.
    Adrian was one street away from his Currimundi home about 11pm on Saturday night when two men got out of a car, knocked him off his bike and started laying into him and smashed his bike against the ground....

  • A TOOT A DAY FOR BUS DRIVERS
    WITHOUT fail, two-year-old Tyler McGibbon eagerly sits and waits for the school bus to pass morning and afternoon.
    He waits in anticipation for the toot, wave and friendly smile from the bus driver.
    The selfless action has lifted the normally shy little boy out of his shell and his mother Leisa Bowman is very grateful....

  • Night worker died on her way home
    POLICE are piecing together the final movements of a Toowoomba woman found dead in shallow waters in West Ck at Kearneys Spring on Monday morning.
    Initial investigations have determined the 69-year-old finished work at Coles on Stenner St about 2.30am and had been walking home....

  • GET A TASTE OF GOOD FOOD
    KAWAII (cute) is the latest Japanese buzzword on everybody’s lips. With Pinterest and Instagram awash with these lovable designs, now there’s a book that combines the sweet delights of kawaii with cake.
    Kawaii Cakes by Juliet Sear, one of the UK’s leading cake designers, is a collection of more than 30 original cakes, cookies and sweet treats....

  • Covered stadium ‘best option’
    Christchurch’s new sports and events arena could cost $496 million, and feature a fixed roof and retractable playing field.
    The Christchurch Stadium Trust has completed its pre-feasibility study and recommends a 25,000-seat ‘‘multi-use arena’’.
    The trust explored...

  • Ten sailors missing after US warship, tanker collide near Singapore
    SINGAPORE: Ten sailors are missing after a U.S. warship collided with an oil tanker east of Singapore before dawn on Monday, tearing a hole beneath the waterline and flooding compartments that include a crew sleeping area, the U.S. Navy said.
    The collision between the guided-missile destroyer USS John S...

  • Solar eclipse dazzles America
    WASHINGTON: The stars came out in the middle of the day, zoo animals ran in agitated circles, birds fell silent and darkness settled upon the land yesterday as the US witnessed its first coast-to-coast solar eclipse since World War I.
    Millions of Americans...

  • BARCELONA ATTACK
    The lone fugitive from the Spanish cell that killed 15 people in and near Barcelona was shot to death Monday after he flashed what turned out to be a fake suicide belt at two troopers who confronted him in a vineyard not far from the city he terrorized, authorities said....

  • Pacific fleet briefly suspends naval activity after latest collision
    WASHINGTON >> U.S. Navy ships worldwide will suspend operations for a day or two this week to examine basic seamanship and teamwork following the second collision of a Navy destroyer and larger commercial ship in two months, the country’s top naval officer said Monday....

  • U.S. will press on in Afghanistan
    WASHINGTON – Reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, President Donald Trump renewed the United States’ commitment Monday to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan, declaring that U.S. troops must “fight to win.” He pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops might be sent to wage America’s longest war....

  • Barcelona fugitive, believed to be death van driver, shot dead by Spanish police.
    SUBIRATS, SPAIN •Aman thought to be the driver in the Barcelona van attack was shot dead by Spanish police Monday after authorities announced he also was suspected of killing the owner of a hijacked getaway car. The fugitive was wearing a bomb belt, authorities said....

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