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  • MY DRESSER, THE HUMAN BOT
    CAN’T DECIDE what to wear?
    Uniqlo, the Japanese fast-fashion chain, has a solution: A chatbot that gives clothing recommendations based on human input, as well as your purchasing history and your horoscope
    The technology, which has been years in the making,...

  • ROAD CLOSURE
    CHILDCARE centres have lost close to 70 per cent of their clients because parents are fed up tackling traffic snarls caused by roadworks linked to the new Northern Beaches Hospital.
    One family-owned business in Frenchs Forest said it was on the verge of closing after the number of children it looked after dropped from 85 to 28 since the work began....

  • IT'S TEE TIME!
    Thirty-one celcius in Beijing. The scorching heat kills the desire to go outside. Most people want to hide in an air-conditioned room and sip a cold coke on a hot summer day, but this is not the case for a group of young ambitious golfers.
    Powering through...

  • Phetchaburi River tipped to burst banks
    Residents of downtown Phetchaburi, southwest of Bangkok, are being urged to brace for floods today after the Phetchaburi dam released more water into a major river in the province.
    The latest flood warning was issued for Muang district of Phetchaburi, considered...

  • Phetchaburi River tipped to burst banks
    Residents of downtown Phetchaburi, southwest of Bangkok, are being urged to brace for floods today after the Phetchaburi dam released more water into a major river in the province.
    The latest flood warning was issued for Muang district of Phetchaburi, considered...

  • MALCOLM TERMINAL
    PRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership was on the brink of collapse last night, as rival Peter Dutton’s backers declared they were confident of victory as early as this week.
    A Dutton supporter said “there will be a second challenge shortly” after Mr Turnbull yesterday won 48 votes to 35 in a party-room ballot...

  • FEEL THE BURN GYMS, FOOD TRUCKS, PERSONAL TRAINERS & COFFEE VANS STUNG
    A SUNSHINE Coast gym owner is fighting council’s “money grab” after his annual outdoor bootcamp fee skyrocketed from $99 to $810. All In One Fitness owner Taz Calandruccio is among the personal trainers, gym owners, coffee van and food truck vendors now required to pay $27 per square metre for “low impact” commercial operations on shared public space...

  • BLACK EYE FOR #METOO
    Actor says he was sexually assaulted by Italian actress when he was 17 Italian actress Asia Argento — one of the most prominent activists of the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment — recently settled a complaint filed against her by a young actor and musician who said she sexually assaulted him when he was 17, the New York Times reported....

  • Paper-delivery man carjacked in Oak Bay
    Oak Bay police are investigating the early Sunday morning carjacking of a 74-year-old Times Colonist delivery person.
    After dropping off a newspaper at a home in the 900-block of Island Road, the delivery person was walking back to his parked car when a man in dark clothes pushed him up against the vehicle, threw him to the ground and took his keys....

  • TRUDEAU HYPOCRISY
    Justin Trudeau seems to know all the words. Our prime minister just doesn’t seem to have a clue what most of them mean.
    On Sunday, in his Montreal riding of Papineau, Trudeau formally announced he would be running again in the 2019 general election. During...

  • RYAN SEEKS NEW TEAM
    Regina-born punter Jon Ryan was part of the Seattle Seahawks’ family for 10 years.
    When that mutually beneficial association ended Monday, the result of Ryan being released by the NFL team, members of Ryan’s family had to deal with the adjustment.
    “We were kind of expecting it,” said Barb Ryan, Jon’s mother...

  • Trump says he’d welcome Brennan suit over clearance
    President Trump said Monday that he would welcome a lawsuit that former CIA director John Brennan threatened in response to the withdrawal of his security clearance, amid a rare groundswell of opposition to the president from hundreds of ex-national security officials who normally steer clear of political disputes....

  • Kavanaugh had graphic questions for Clinton
    A 1998 memo written by Brett Kavanaugh proposed tough, sexually explicit questions for President Bill Clinton to answer about his affair with Monica Lewinsky, shedding new light on the Supreme Court nominee’s moralistic outlook and his view of presidential power....

  • Trump says he’d welcome Brennan suit over clearance
    President Trump said Monday that he would welcome a lawsuit that former CIA director John Brennan threatened in response to the withdrawal of his security clearance, amid a rare groundswell of opposition to the president from hundreds of ex-national security officials who normally steer clear of political disputes....

  • College teams ranked
    DID PENN STATE MAKE THE TOP 10? Alabama will begin its quest for a second consecutive national championship with a rare three-peat.
    The Crimson Tide is just the second team to be ranked No. 1 in the preseason Associated Press Top 25 poll for three straight seasons. Alabama received 42 out of 61 first-place votes....

  • Reunited for the moment
    Reunited: Above, South Korean Lee Keum-seom, 92, left, weeps with her North Korean son Ri Sang Chol, 71, during the Separated Family Reunion Meeting at the Diamond Mountain resort in North Korea on Monday. Dozens of elderly South Koreans crossed the heavily...

  • ‘We showed no care for the little ones’: Pope condemns abuse by priests.
    VATICAN CITY •PopeFrancis issued a letter to Catholics around the world Monday condemning the crime of priestly sexual abuse and its coverup. He demanded accountability but offered no indication of how he plans to sanction complicit bishops or end the Vatican’s longstanding culture of secrecy....

  • Pilgrims seek forgiveness on Mount Arafat in hajj climax
    MOUNT ARAFAT, Saudi Arabia: A sea of pilgrims ascended Mount Arafat in Saudi Arabia yesterday to pray and repent, the climax of the annual hajj bringing together more than two million Muslims from around the world. Carrying brightly colored umbrellas under the blazing sun, worshippers scaled the rocky hill southeast of the holy city of Makkah to atone for their sins...

  • ‘No one knows what post-brexit looks like’
    Clare guinness, Ireland’ s first ever female port chief, on the difficulties of navigating warren point harbour through potentially choppy waters Seven months into her role as chief executive of Warrenpoint Harbour Authority, Clare Guinness (43) is facing many Brexit-related hurdles....

  • SHORT TRACK VICTORY
    BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kurt Busch stole the spotlight from his younger brother Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway to snap a 58-race winless streak and grab an overdue short track victory.
    Busch won for the first time this season — first since the 2017 season-opening Daytona 500 — but it was his sixth victory on the 0.533-mile bullring he once dominated...