World News

Fri 19 Jul 2019

King Tut’s curse fears re-emerge

King Tut’s curse fears re-emerge

King Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus has been moved for the first time in 100 years but many believe the remains could unleash a deadly curse.

NASA reveals unseen moon pictures

NASA reveals unseen moon pictures

NASA has taken some of the most iconic images from the Apollo landings and given us a completely new look at the moon.

He told me, ‘You’re not going to like it’

He told me, ‘You’re not going to like it’

Shaking and with her heart pounding, Jenn finally had the guts to grab her husband’s phone and find out the awful, sordid truth.

Host’s insane list of bathroom rules

Host’s insane list of bathroom rules

An Airbnb guest has shared a long list of do’s and don’ts for using the bathroom, and it’s sparked a fierce debate.

‘Selfish’ wedding act causes rage

‘Selfish’ wedding act causes rage

The brutal moment a wedding was hijacked has gone viral, with many labelling it “selfish” and describing the behaviour a “di*k move”.

Pavlova stunt sparks ‘diplomatic incident’

Pavlova stunt sparks ‘diplomatic incident’

Like all good things made in New Zealand, we like to claim them as our own. But Jacinda Ardern’s fiance thinks we’ve gone too far, this time.

Duo busted for building fake supercars

Duo busted for building fake supercars

These deals proved to be too good to be true as customers sold fake Lamborghinis and Ferraris powered by old Holden Commodore engines.

‘Corrosive’: Ardern slams Australia

‘Corrosive’: Ardern slams Australia

Jacinda Ardern spoke forcefully last night about the policy that’s driving a wedge between Australia and New Zealand.

Aussies will be among first space tourists: Branson

premium_icon Aussies will be among first space tourists: Branson

Richard Branson has revealed how many Aussies have signed up for Virgin trips into space and why he is still determined to be on the inaugural flight.

Aussie scientist’s ‘exhilarating’ Moon landing role

Aussie scientist’s ‘exhilarating’ Moon landing role

Australian scientist Ross Taylor who was chosen to study rocks collected from the Moon has revealed how he corrected a big mistake ‘in the nick of time’.

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