A drink away from death to happy ever after: Avril Lavigne's musician ex overcomes alcohol addiction laid bare in horror 'deathbed' images to get sober and marry his stunning girlfriend one year on

Avril Lavigne's ex Deryck Whibley looks healthy as he weds Ariana Cooper

Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley looked thrilled as he wed girlfriend Ariana Cooper at the Hotel Bel Air in Beverly Hills on Sunday (pictured left and centre). The 35-year-old rocker - whose first wife was Avril Lavigne - appears to have turned his life around after he was hospitalized in April 2014 (pictured right) with kidney and liver failure caused by years of alcohol abuse. Whibley was in the hospital for a month, and doctors put him in a medically induced coma as they worked to save his life, at one point admitting they were not sure he would survive the ordeal. In fact, doctors told the musician that his organs were so damaged from years of alcohol abuse that even one drink could kill him. The singer took their advice to heart and swore off booze.

What happened to Chris? Builder simply vanished halfway through a job five months ago - and loving family has not heard from him since

Builder Chris Daunt vanished halfway through a building job five months ago

A police strike force has been set up five months after the suspicious disappearance of a family-loving builder, who vanished half-way through installing a kitchen. Christopher Daunt, 27, also known as Doonie, was last seen by a friend at his home on O'Brien Street, Gateshead, Lake Macquarie on Sunday, March 29. He has not been seen since or made any contact with family or friends, who say his disappearance is completely out of character.

Wife discovers husband dead with 'extensive injuries' to his upper body in the backyard of their Sydney home

The woman made the discovery of Paul Streeter's body when she returned to the couple's home on Burrinjuck Avenue in Miranda, in southern Sydney, at 7pm on Monday.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton claims the ABC and Fairfax are waging 'jihad' against Tony Abbott's government

NEW A senior Abbott government minister has lashed out at the press after a series of high-level government leaks, saying media outlets are running a 'jihad' against the government.

Brioche bread stuffed with five types of cheese and shaved truffles: Restaurant puts $22 TOASTIE on the menu (and they say it's 'worth every cent')

Sydney restaurant Bennelong has introduced a cheese toastie to the menu. But at $22, there's more to it than just sliced chedder sandwiched between white bread.

Dog that ripped off eight-year-old girl's hand has NOT been put down three days after the vicious attack... as the council investigation focuses on whether she should have reached through a fence to pat it

Lake Macquarie council said they are working with NSW police to investigate the incident after the child was rushed to John Hunter Hospital after she was bitten in a dog attack at 3pm on Saturday.

What could possibly go wrong? Karl Stefanovic to join disaster-prone Mark Latham in a 'Q&A; style' late night show on the Nine Network 

Karl Stefanovic and Mark Latham in a Q&A style TV Channel Nine show

Karl Stefanovic (pictured above) and one-time Labor leader Mark Latham will join forces on the Nine Network's new late night TV show. It's believed the pilot for the Q&A; style program will be shot next week. Former Liberal Minister Amanda Vanstone is also expected to be part of the panel.

Hospitals may be fitting newborns and their mothers with TRACKING DEVICES to stop babies being abducted or switched at birth

Adelaide's Women's and Children's Hospital has requested information in regards to using electronic tracking devices to monitor mothers and newborn babies in the maternity ward

Aldi to launch 80 new stores across Australia in just ONE year in its most aggressive expansion yet ... and experts say it will drive supermarket prices even lower

German supermarket chain Aldi's (pictured) most ambitious undertaking by rolling out 80 stores within the next 12 months has been tipped by retail experts as a win for shoppers.

'She was hanging on to me for dear life': Off-duty policewoman who saved little girl 'set alight by her father' by rushing her to a bathtub relives the the horrific ordeal 

Perth policewoman saved girl 'set alight by her father' by rushing her to a bathtub

A heroic off-duty police officer has tearfully described the shocking moment she saved a little girl's life after she was allegedly set on fire by her father. The accused Edward John Herbert, 43, will face Perth Magistrates Court for allegedly pouring a liquid and setting fire to his son and two daughter's inside their Doubleview home on Saturday night. The youngest child, a girl who turned four on Monday, remains at Princess Margaret Hospital in a critical but stable condition. She is reportedly in an induced coma with a number of surgeries scheduled.

Pictured: Desperate mother builds $3000 ICE CAGE at home to keep her meth-addicted son, 17, locked in after he was rejected by every rehab centre in Australia... but she could be charged

Rockhampton mother builds $3k metal CAGE to 'keep ice-addicted son 'alive'

A desperate mother has built a $3000 metal cage to keep her ice addict son from leaving home to feed his drug addiction in the Queensland city of Rockhampton. The woman said while he wasn't impressed with the idea and police have told her she could be charged if she puts the 17-year-old in it, she has run out of options. She defended spending the $3000, saying 'there's no first car or university for him, there is just keeping him alive'.

Jarryd Hayne survives the first cut and makes the San Francisco 49ers 75-man roster as he moves a step closer to his NFL dream

Jarryd Hayne has survived the first cull at the San Francisco 49ers and has been named in the 75-man roster. The final 53-man roster will be announced after the side's final pre-season game.

No cursing, car chases, sex or violence - the two Christian brothers who have Hollywood running scared: Siblings' films about faith rake in more than $78 million - and are thrashing blockbusters at the box office 

War Room, a film about prayer and a family in a crumbling marriage by brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, raked in more than $11million despite only showing at just over 1,100 theaters.

Student discovers amazing time capsule note in university library book that invites anyone who finds it to write down the date and what they were doing... and it's been going for nearly 30 YEARS 

A law student from the University of Adelaide found a time capsule note in a library book he was using to study for an upcoming essay, with a set of submissions scrawled on the scrap of paper, dating back to 1986.

Obscene moment a female doctor poses for a SELFIE and flashes the 'peace' sign while delivering a baby

Johor Bahru Hospital doctor under investigation after taking a selfie while delivering a

A doctor is under investigation after taking a selfie while delivering a baby and then posting the image to social media.The graphic image, taken at a Malaysian hospital, shows a doctor flashing a peace symbol next to the lower body of a woman preparing to give birth.

'I am thin and I AM a real woman!' Size eight model fights back after being 'skinny shamed' online by critics who labelled her sick, disgusting and 'a skeleton'

Genevieve Barker fights back after being skinny shamed online

Sydney model Genevieve Barker, 26, was the victim of body shaming on Instagram with many claiming her slim figure made her look ill. A photo posted by a photographer of the model last week received a flood of harsh comments labelling her skinny and unhealthy. Barker is sick of people thinking it's okay to bully slim people for their figure and says the comments 'really, really hurt' and that she is healthy, fit and well nourished.

So DO women who dress provocatively invite rape? After the storm around Chrissie Hynde's comments, six women writers share their passionately conflicting views

Rock singer Chrissie Hynde, frontwoman of Eighties group The Pretenders, has been condemned by women's groups after saying that it can be a woman's fault if she is raped.

Australia's biggest apartment builder warns the country is about to be hit with a massive oversupply that could send the market crashing... so is the property bubble FINALLY about to burst? 

The founder of Meriton apartments, billionaire Harry Triguboff, believes that a struggling Chinese stock market could negatively impact the demand for apartments in Australia, resulting in a market crash.

Why you're being swooped by magpies more than anyone you know: Research finds dive-bombing birds recognise your FACE if they've attacked you before - and even know where you live

Magpies can recognise your FACE if they have swooped at you before

Griffith University behavioural ecologist Dr Darryl Jones says research has found that magpies can recognise individual people by their facial features to carry out targeted attacks. It is not clear why magpies target particular people, but Dr Jones says the birds can often live in the same territory for 20 years and would recognise residents in the immediate area easily. 'A really smart animal like a magpie knows faces - they look at eyes and faces,' Dr Jones told Daily Mail Australia.

Terrifying CCTV shows how burglars work: Thief spent nine minutes walking around with a torch while family slept - then strolled out with the car keys left on the kitchen bench

CCTV footage gives a terrifying insight into the brazen methods thieves use

A spate of home break-ins in Melbourne are giving a terrifying insight into the brazen methods thieves are using to enter properties - and even worse, police cannot identify them, despite footage on security cameras and fingerprints. A shameless thief has been filmed casually strolling into a mansion while the owners slept and walking around for nine minutes in full view of security cameras- yet police are yet to identify the culprit. Mary-Anne McKenzie was horrified when her Brighton home was burgled but felt even more shocked when she realised how brazen and shameless the culprit had been, when she watched the footage captured by eight security cameras on her property. It's the latest in a series of shameless Melbourne robberies, after a Berwick home was also broken into and a car stolen, with the car keys effortlessly plucked up from the kitchen bench.

'When I saw you slip out in the middle of the night to go racing I should have stopped you': Girl's regret-filled note to her roommate, 16, who died after sneaking out of her dorm room to go drag racing

Note written by  Amy Chen's roommate after she died when she went drag racing

Amy Chen, 16, died on Friday night after sneaking out of her dorm room to go 'drag racing', a note left at the crash scene in Kew, in Melbourne's north-east, revealed. The letter, written in Chinese by Ms Chen's 21-year-old roommate and left at a roadside memorial to the dead girl, expressed the young woman's heartache over losing her friend.

Man 'obsessed with female wrestler' is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after he's shot by police outside WWE facility

A 29-year-old man named in media reports as Armando Montalvo was shot outside of a WWE facility in Orlando, Florida, after he became obsessed with former Divas wrestling champion AJ Lee.

Shocking video shows mob of bicyclists attacking female motorist in a rental car during monthly cycling protest

The video, which has been viewed more than 16,000 times, was taken at San Francisco's monthly Critical Mass bike ride protest in the city's Marina District. It appears to show a male hitting the woman's window.

How methadone babies and foster children at one of Australia's poorest schools are performing BETTER than privileged private students - thanks to a focus on 'wellbeing'

Methadone babies at 1 of Australia's poorest schools are outdoing private students

NEW Broadmeadows Primary School in Melbourne ranks in the lowest 12th percentile for socio-economic disadvantage and in an Australian-first has adopted a neuroscience-based teaching approach to boost student academic success. Teachers believe students need to eat and sleep well in order to feel good and achieve learning goals. The state school with foster children, children in detention centres and former methadone babies has achieved better results in a national exam than nearby private schools. 

'You're like the bees at the back making the honey': Legendary designer Collette Dinnigan reveals how overwork and family stress led to her shock decision to walk away from the fashion world

Australian designer Collette Dinnigan has divulged the details behind her retreat from the international fashion world in an interview with the ABC's Australian Story, to be aired on Monday night.

Look at me! A father's genius - and simple - invention ensures you get that adorable baby photo EVERY time (and it works on dogs too!)

After struggling to take a photo of his baby son staring at the camera, Sydney father Dave Canavan invented The Baby Focus, a detachable rattle for your mobile phone.

Fitness guru who lifted heavy weights until she was 34 weeks' pregnant gives birth to twin girls... and they already have 23,000 followers on Instagram

Sophie Guidolin gives birth to twin girls who already have Instagram

Gold Coast fitness guru Sophie Guidolin (pictured left) caused a storm of controversy during her pregnancy by sharing images of her intense workouts up until she was 34 weeks (right) with her 200,000-plus Instagram followers. Just weeks after she 'called it quits' on training, she announced the arrival on Monday of her healthy twin girls, Evie Mae and Aria Joy (pictured centre with Ms Guidolin). Not wasting any time, Ms Guidolin immediately set up an Instagram account for the pair which gained 23,000 followers within just hours of the twins being born.

Man who had a 'comedy' penis tattooed onto his thigh has had it lasered off in a bid to win back his furious wife 

Stuart Valentino (pictured) inked the penis onto his left thigh earlier this year. But wife Samantha hit the roof and kicked the father-of-four out of their family home in Southsea, Hampshire.

Chained upside down and burned alive: ISIS forces four Iraqi Shia prisoners to watch flames inch toward them in latest horrific killing

ISIS force 4 Iraqi Shia prisoners to watch flames inch toward them in killing

ISIS have burnt to death four Iraqi men by chaining them upside down and setting fire to a trail of petrol that engulfed them in flames. The four men, who are chained around their wrists and ankles, are forced to watch as the flames lick towards them after a  masked ISIS militant used a large torch to set fire to them. It is the latest horrific propaganda video to be released by the brutal jihadi group.

Hero veteran, 36, injured in a roadside bomb blast in Iraq dies from dementia 11 years after the attack... as community rallies to help his wife and little girl 

Hero veteran, 36, who was caught in a roadside bomb blast in Iraq dies from early onset

A Tasmanian war veteran who obtained a debilitating brain injury from a roadside bomb blast in Iraq has tragically passed away after 11 years of suffering. Matt Millhouse, 36, walked away from the 2004 blast completely unscathed on the surface, but experienced a crippling internal injury that would eventually see him lose his speech and ability to walk.  Following his tragic death, the community rallied around the family of the fallen war hero and have raised more than $10,000 in 24 hours through a crowdfunding page.

TV gunman complained about his lack of sex and lamented how age had ended his 'glory days' as a $2,000-a-night prostitute in suicide letter

PICTURED: Bryce Williams aka Vester Flanagan via his social media profiles


WDBJ reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward were killed by a gunman during a live interview about a local business in Franklin County, Virginia, on Wednesday morning.

Parker was interviewing a woman a at approximately 6:45 a.m. when the shots rang out and both women screamed.

As the camera fell to the ground, the audience got the briefest glimpse of a man who appeared to pointing a gun toward the downed cameraman.

The station cut away to a shocked anchor, Kimberly McBroom, back in the studio.

The reporter, Alison Parker, 24, and photographer Adam Ward, 27, were both killed in the shooting at Bridgewater Plaza near Moneta, the station reported later.

Vester Lee Flanagan II wrote a suicide letter to close friend Robert Avent, who received the note in the mail four days after the 41 year old killed two ex-coworkers on live TV in Moneta, Virginia.

He's all abuzz! A grinning James Packer and leggy Mariah Carey hitch a ride to a clifftop perch for a lunch date on Italy's Almafi coast... after he gets a VERY close haircut aboard his luxury yacht

Mariah Carey and James board a buggy for a  lunch date on the Amalfi Coast 

Australian billionaire gambling mogul James Packer and new love interest Mariah Carey have enjoyed a sunny family lunch date as they tour Italy's Amalfi Coast on the businessman's luxury yacht. The superstar diva, 45, revealed a generous glimpse of her shapely legs and ample cleavage as she negotiated her way off the ship on Wednesday (left), then joined Packer, 47, and son Moroccan on a buggy that rode up a steep slope (centre) bound for a clifftop eaterie in Positano (bottom right). Earlier, a crew member used electric clippers to give the mogul a buzzcut on the deck of the luxury yacht (top right).

Why taking the DNA of a dead loved one could help save your life: Undertakers launch a new macabre-sounding service


The DNA sample service aims to prevent crucial information for the health of families and future generations being lost for ever once a loved one dies.

'Killing me softly with his song': Twitter account mocks ISIS jihadists by imagining enraged militants are singing karaoke classics in series of hilarious tweets

Among the photographs to be posted are shots depicting ISIS militants and extremists with microphones in their hands singing Madonna, Kelis, Katy Perry and Frankie Goes to Hollywood.

Irish nanny accused of killing girl, one, is set to go free as new evidence of the child's medical problems CLEARS her of murder charges after TWO YEARS 

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy set to go free as charges are dropped after two years

Aisling Brady McCarthy (right, inset) was charged with murder in the death of Rehma Sabir, pictured left with her mother, Nada Siddiqui, and father, Sameer Sabir, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 2013. Charges against the Irish nanny were dropped on Monday. The medical examiner issued an amended ruling changing the manner of death from 'homicide' to 'undetermined'.

The dog who sniffed a tumour, the cat who called for help and the horse who detected cancer: Meet the wonder pets who spotted their owners were ill before the doctors 

L-R    Martin Kelly of Buckhurst Hill Essex   with Monty 3 yrs his dog..    Monty was adoptd from Spain by Martin and his wife , he kept repeatedly icking Martins Neck , he then went to the doctors and was told he had cancer so Monty saved his life with the early diagnosis ..    Health page story                      PICTURE PAUL WEBB

Last month it was announced that Milton Keynes University Hospital had given approval for dogs to be used in an NHS trial. Here, we talk to four people whose pets have helped save their lives.

Chaos in the courtroom as father attacks his three-year-old daughter's killer during sentencing hearing

Chaos broke out in a Detroit, Michigan courtroom on Friday, as a father attacked the man responsible for killing his three-year-old daughter during a sentencing hearing.

Would YOU let your girlfriend do your make up? Beauty vlogger gives a guy 'Kardashian contouring' and a 'Kylie Jenner lip' - with hilarious results

Stephanie Bailey gives Kodi Brown Kardashian contouring and a Kylie Jenner lip

Watch what happens when popular Sydney beauty vlogger, Stephanie Bailey (left) gives fellow YouTuber Kodi Brown (right) a makeover. In the comedic clip, Bailey gives Brown Kardashian-inspired contouring, bold purple eye shadow and a Kylie Jenner plump lip. The pair were in fits of laughter by the end of the experiment, with Bailey telling her 40,000 subscribers that she thinks she did a pretty good job.

The hairbrush you can clean in seconds: Scientists reveal 'everlasting' design you'll never need to replace

Eco-friendly design flexes to dislodge trapped hair from bristles

COLUMBUS, Ohio?Whether you think of cleaning your hairbrush as a matter of style or hygiene, it is probably not something you like to do.

Maybe you meticulously extract every bit of hair, oil, skin cells and styling product that gets lodged in the bristles. Or maybe, as researchers at The Ohio State University have learned, you just toss your dirty hairbrush in the trash and buy a new one.

And that makes cleaning your hairbrush a sustainability issue.

Scott Shim
Scott Shim, associate professor of design at Ohio State, is working to make everyday objects easier to maintain so they last longer and don?t end up in a landfill.

His first such creation is an easy-to-clean hairbrush.

?We don?t want people to have to throw away a perfectly good hairbrush just because it needs to be cleaned,? Shim said.

His research revealed that the average lifetime of a hairbrush is six months to a year??lifetime? me

Researchers say the new 'maze brush' could end the normal consumer behaviour of simply discarding their brush and buying a new one when it becomes clogged.

Eight school rules every PARENT must obey: Never mind the children - starting at a new school is a minefield for their mums 

As pencils get sharpened for the new school term, many parents will be worried about sending their 11-year-old to secondary school. Sarah Vine gives you the rules she wishes she'd known.

'How is this possible?' Incredible moment two IDENTICAL strangers come face to face for the first time after website revealed they are real-life doppelgangers

Twin Strangers website helps two IDENTICAL strangers come face to face

Jennifer (right), 33, from Spring, Texas, was stunned by her uncanny resemblance to Ambra (left), 23, from Fayetteville, North Carolina, after she was matched with her within five minutes of joining the website Twin Strangers, which helps people find their lookalikes from anywhere in the world.

Who do you send to patrol a week-long festival of excess that's held miles from civilization in the desert? Armed feds, volunteer 'Earth guardians' and dogs with goggles arrive at Burning Man

Burning Man 'burners' put a plague of bugs behind them to begin festival

Burning Man festival officially got under way in the Nevada desert Monday, welcoming revelers for a week-long celebration of art, music and creativity in all its forms. US Forest Service rangers and Bureau of Land Management officials will be shouldering policing duties for the duration of the festival, with some help from a couple dozen volunteers.

Taliban admits for the first time that its former leader Mullah Omar died two years ago

Mullah Mohammad Omar died on April 23, 2013, according to a newly released biography of the Sunni Islamist organisation's new leader, Mullah Akhtar Mansoor.

Hilarious moment jealous feline Cato spots dog being brought into the family home and reacts by SCREAMING in disgust

The video was posted to YouTube by the cat's owner, Kerry Gillette, from Washington DC, who noted that the feline was 'furious' at the dog being brought into the family home.

James Bond is 'misogynistic, sexist and very lonely' says Daniel Craig, who insists he is very different from the spy he plays

James Bond is 'misogynistic, sexist and very lonely' says Daniel Craig

Craig, 47, who has played the world's best-known spy since 2005, has admitted that while Bond, right, might have his pick of attractive women, he cannot from meaningful relationships, leaving him lonely. Later this year, the actor, who is married to Rachel Weisz, left, will play the spy in his fourth Bond film, entitled Spectre, which he described as being like previous movie Skyfall but 'times 10'.


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The adorable moment a koala with her joey clinging to her back places her paws around a man's hands to drink from a cup of water

The adorable moment a koala with her joey clinging to her back placed her paws around a

Living in Burnside at the foothills of Adelaide, the Kitching family regularly get a visit from three koalas they have named, Pretty, Droopy and Bazz. But they were given a particularly cute treat on Sunday when after having not seen the fluffy critters all winter, Pretty turned up with her adorable baby on her back (top right). After lapping up two bowls of water, the parched animal turned to Paul Kitching's (bottom far right) cup then placed her paws on top of his hands while she gulped the water in the cup with her tongue (left).

School tells girl student, 12, who dressed as anti-fracking crusader for book week to take off her outfit because it 'made a political statement'

A Perth schoolgirl who dressed as an anti-fracking crusader for her school's book week has been told she was 'making a political statement' and asked to remove her costume. 

Hangovers deprive drinkers of 22 hours of summer... as interactive calculator reveals the true cost of booze bingeing to your wallet AND waistline

A survey by Cancer Research UK reveals one in four adults admitted nursing a hangover stopped them going outside this summer, with researchers calculating the average person lost 22 hours in the sunshine.

Partner of top concert pianist, 38, is arrested on suspicion of her murder after she was found beaten to death at their Manchester home

Pianist Natalia Strelchenko's husband arrested on suspicion of murder in Manchester

The partner of a world-renowned concert pianist has been arrested after she was found battered to death. Natalia Strelchenko (pictured right), 38, was discovered with head and neck injuries at their home early on Sunday. Her partner, John Martin (pictured together left), 48, who was also her manager, is being held on suspicion of murder. Martin, a Norwegian who plays the double bass, was being questioned by Manchester police last night. The couple have a son, Leo, 14, who lived at the house.

It really is the city of brotherly love! Two guys punching each other in late night Philadelphia brawl stop and HUG 

A Philadelphia resident captured the men on video as they punch and shove each other for several seconds before abruptly stopping, slapping hands and embracing.

Ex-boxing champ Chris Eubank discovers the joys of Twitter but says it takes him 90 minutes to write a tweet

The London born boxing icon (pictured) admits that he puts so much thought into inspiring his fans with posts online that he dedicates as much as six days a month coming up with uplifting quotes.

20 mile tailbacks after Austrian police border crackdown as hundreds of migrants pack into trains bound for Germany

Traffic tailbacks stretching back for 20 miles have left drivers frustrated on the Hungarian-Austrian border after Austrian border police launched a significant new search operation.

HTC Vive to launch in the new year: Valve reveals full-body virtual reality system will be available in 'large quantities' by March

Valve posted the release to announce it would be showing off two new titles for the upcoming Vive VR system (pictured) at this year's PAX Prime in Seattle over the weekend.

Terrifying muzzle designed to keep dog owners safe at night will transform your pooch into a menacing WEREWOLF

Muzzle will transform your pooch into a menacing WEREWOLF

Manufactured by a Russian company, the terrifying muzzle is designed to protect owners from would-be attackers during late night walks with their pet in the park. Black in colour and with a rather realistic dog nose, the muzzles also boast large bloodied teeth and a snout that appears to be snarling.

'Ello 'ello 'ello, is anybody there? New guidelines say police should not rule out tip offs from 'psychics, witches or clairvoyants' 

A consultation document from the College of Policing says that information passed to police by psychics, witches or clairvoyants should not be dismissed in missing person cases.

Man shot dead by police outside north London property after making threats to kill and 'being in possession of a firearm'

© Licensed to London News Pictures. 31/08/2015. London, UK. The scene of a fatal shooting at Picardy House on Cedar Road in Enfield, north London, where a man was shot dead by police late last night. Photo credit: Ben Cawthra/LNP

A man, described by police as white and aged 43, was shot dead by armed officers outside an address in Cedar Road, Enfield, north London, just before midnight.

Southwest Airlines plane has 'chunk' of wing tip torn off as Boeing 737s collide while taxiing at airport

A passenger who witnessed the collision at Oakland International Airport in Northern California said his plane had just lurched back from the gate when he felt 'a very unnatural thump'.

'We've been fighting so hard for that for so many years': Caroline Wozniacki details her fight against sexism - and her battle to beat her friend and fiercest rival Serena Williams

Tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki details her fight against sexism in sport

Unlike 21-time Grand Slam title winner Serena Williams, tennis star Caroline Wozniacki has yet to win at any of the Majors. But while the 25-year-old Danish athlete is determined to change that, she certainly isn't jealous of her friend and rival on the courts, complementing her in the new issue of Rhapsody magazine. Caroline says people 'would be jealous' of Serena's body, and she has achieved and 'unbelievable' amount in her career. She also discusses the fact that, despite being one of the highest-paid female athletes, she has never actually won a Grand Slam title.

The bride-to-be who almost refused to walk down the aisle because her acne was so bad

Gaby Lassman, 27, from Stanmore, London, described her acne, which appeared around her chin and jaw, as 'unsightly'. She was worried she wouldn't have the confidence to marry her fiancé Joel.

Eczema myths busted: Your diet isn't to blame, you CAN shower every day and exercise doesn't make it worse...

Cutting out food groups, avoiding exercise and swimming will not cure eczema, according to Dr Adam Friedmann, a dermatologist from the Harley Street Dermatology Clinic.

The iCloud hack STILL hasn't been solved: Case remains open a year after nude celebrity photos were leaked online 

On August 31 last year, hundreds of explicit images of some of Hollywood's most famous stars were posted to forum websites anonymously after hackers broke into the iCloud accounts.

Revealed: Son of X Factor's twerking grandmother is serving life in jail for murdering her husband

The 60-year-old from Blackpool spoke of her love for her family on the show, but did not mention the death of estranged husband Rudolph - who was killed by their son Jason in March 1998.

From wholesome illustrations to scantily-clad celebrities: Picture series reveals how the covers of the world's most famous magazines have evolved over the last century

How magazines' covers have evolved during the past century

Filmmaker Karen X. Cheng and graphic designer Jerry Gabra compiled past and present issues of popular magazines, like Vogue and Cosmopolitan, to chart their evolution. The project spans the magazines' entire histories in some cases, reaching back as far as the early 1900s and continuing until the present day.

Quasar powered by TWO monster black holes spotted: Whirling binary system reveals clues about how galaxies merge

The discovery (illustrated) was made by astronomers from the University of Oklahoma studying Markarian 231 (Mrk 231), the nearest galaxy to Earth that hosts a quasar.

'Blush' is the world's first sex toy controlled from your wrist: Vibrator syncs with the Apple Watch and works over long distances

The $89 (£60) Blush has been created by New York-based Lovesense. The firm has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funding for the gadget and it has already tripled its $10,000 target.

Midriffs, mini dresses, and thigh-high slits! David Jones' Race Day fashion forecast breaks all the rules

David Jones' Race Day fashion forecast breaks all the rules

All bets are off this season when it comes to spring carnival style, with department store David Jones' catwalk presentation in Melbourne featuring a lot more skin than officials would like. Models paraded in thigh-baring hemlines (far left and far right), and outfits showing off midriffs (second right) - which is strictly forbidden, according to Victoria Racing Club guidelines.

One button to rule them all: Smart switch controls phones, lights, plays music and can even order you a pizza

Flic, designed by Swedish company Shortcut Labs, connects to smartphones using Bluetooth and can automate a range of different functions that can be allocated to three different types of click.

'Deathmobile' used by assisted-suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian is sold to TV paranormal investigator Zak Bagans for $30,000 at Michigan pawn shop

The Volkswagen minibus, dubbed the 'deathmobile', was sold at American Jewelry and Loan in Southfield, Michigan, for a $15,000 profit, having been in storage since 2011.

Heavy snorer? Buy some extra pillows to save your life: Being propped up in bed 'reduces risk of sudden death from heart problems'

Sleeping flat can be hazardous for people with sleep apnoea - which causes snoring and dangerous pauses in breathing at night, say researchers from Ege University in Izmir, Turkey.

E-cigarette warning: One in three parents 'risk poisoning their children with nicotine' because they fail to lock vaping liquid away

Experts at Washington University in St Louis warned many parents who use e-cigarettes do not realise if ingested, just a teaspoon of e-liquid, which contains nicotine, can be lethal to a child.

EXCLUSIVE - She was almost Mrs Tom Cruise: Norwegian beauty and ex-Scientologist claims Church leaders 'tricked' her into a 'screen test' and then grilled her about her sex life in search for star's mate 

Anette Iren Johansen claims Scientology auditioned her as Tom Cruise's mate

Anette Iren Johansen (center) claims she was one of the women who 'auditioned' to become Tom Cruise's girlfriend after he split with Penelope Cruise, among them Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Alba, left, and Kate Bosworth. Anette says she thought she was making Scientology training films after her work as a volunteer in Sri Lanka following the tsunami. But, she claims to Daily Mail Online, she later found out she was auditioning to be Tom Cruise's girlfriend - just before he settled on Katie Holmes, right. A makeup crew came with boxes of cosmetics. 'They didn't want me to look completely natural,' she says. After the taping, she says she was questioned about her sexual proclivities by a Scientologist close to Tom. 'He asked about any perversions, homosexuality, threesomes, and I said no.'

Rolls-Royce is 'co-operating with investigators' after being dragged into multi-million dollar bribery scandal in Brazil 

The British engineering company is being quizzed about its relationship with an influential Brazilian businessman who allegedly paid bribes to oil executives and government officials.

Comcast is working on Google Fiber rival that will connect people to the web at more than one Gigabit per second

Comcast is testing new technology called DOCSIS 3.1 which can support speeds of up to ten Gigabits per second with ideal network configurations and the right modem.

Corned beef, dumplings and gravy: Rare lunch menu from the doomed Titanic saved by a surviving passenger is up for auction in New York and is expected to sell for up to $70,000

Abraham Lincoln Saloman, a first class passenger saved the menu after he stepped off the doomed ship before it sank with the loss of 1,522 lives. The menu is up for auction by Lion Heart Autographs.

Jewish visitors to Auschwitz shocked after bosses put showers 'like gas chambers' at the entrance to help cope with hot weather 

Jewish visitors to Auschwitz shocked after showers 'like gas chambers' are placed

NEW The showers, which spray a fine mist of water to cool off visitors after temperatures in Poland soared to 37 degrees were placed at the entrance to the museum. However, the move has resulted in angry complaints led by a group of Israeli visitors, after comparisons were drawn to the showers used in gas chambers by the Nazis to kill millions of Jews.

Air pollution 'triggers heart attacks even in areas where levels are deemed safe... and the damaging effect is felt within ONE day'

Dr Jean-Francois Argacha, a cardiologist at University Hospital Brussels, said he believed air pollution was one of the largest avoidable causes of premature death, linked to heart and lung problems.

Women being 'stung' for as much as $400 in Stemologica anti-ageing cream scandal after agreeing to pay postage for a 'free trial'

Enticed by the promise of youthful looking skin, women are signing up to receive a trial offer kit of Stemologica beauty products, handing over their credit card details to pay the £3.95 postage fee.

Now that's what I call a white elephant! African giant coats himself in clay and mud to keep cool in the heat of the savannah 

African 'white elephant' coats himself in clay and mud to keep cool in heat of savannah 

Once moisture from the mud bath dries, the beast is left coated in clay and calcite sand as if it has been painted with white emulsion. It was spotted in Namibia's Etosha National Park.

Eczema sufferer who kept applying more and more steroid cream is hospitalised after suffering horrific reaction from overuse

Sheryl Morris, 35, from Dundee, is now warning fellow eczema sufferers about the dangers of Red Skin Syndrome after she broke out in sores and developed weeping skin.

Thieves pretending to be wealthy Arab tourists burgled hotel rooms in Paris after telling reception staff they had 'lost their room keys'


Posing as wealthy Arab tourists, the thieves, who used a stethoscope to check hotel rooms in Paris and the French Riviera were empty before ransacking them, have been arrested by police.

Is this the most quintessentially British bevvy ever? London dry gin made with asparagus to go on sale this autumn 

A London dry gin infused with British asparagus from the Cambridgeshire countryside is set to go on sale on October 21 but there are only 1,000 bottles of the limited edition £39 tipple.

Children aged seven and four face growing up alone as father dies of motor neurone disease while mother battles terminal cancer 

Paul Coulston, pictured, has lost his battle against Motor Neurone Disease after he died on Sunday night at his home in Ulverton. Mr Coulston's wife Clare, was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2009.

A transparent capsule clinging to the side of a cliff and a polar bear next to your bed: The most thrilling hotel room views revealed

The most thrilling hotel room views revealed

A stunning view is a must-have for a lot of holidaymakers, but these rooms take it to the extreme. In Peru's Sacred Valley, guests sleep in a transparent glass pod (left) - but they must climb a 400ft cliff face to get there. Africa's first underwater hotel room, at Manta Resort on Pemba Island (bottom right), offers mesmerising views 13ft below the surface of the Indian Ocean. Instead of fish, fearless holidaymakers sleep next to an enclosure occupied by two polar bears at La Fleche Zoo in France, with just a window pane separating them from the beasts (top right).

Not such Philistines after all: Ancient culture introduced cumin, bay leaves and opium poppies into the Middle Eastern diet

Archaeologists at Bar-Ilan University in Israel have found evidence that suggests the Philistines introduced hundreds of plants into the diet in Israel including new species from abroad.

2,000-year-old Palmyra Temple of Bel is 'still standing' despite Isis attempt to blow it up as 'basic structure and columns are intact', experts says 

The ancient temple of Bel is 'still standing' in the Syrian archaeological site of Palmyra despite reports claiming ISIS had blow it to pieces using dynamite. Officials said they believed it was 'still standing.'

Revealed: Terrifying footage of migrants being smuggled across the Med from Africa to beaches near Marbella on JETSKIS 

The footage shows the traffickers crossing the nine-mile stretch from Morocco to the beaches near Tarifa, on Spain's southern coast, with as many as three migrants gripping on for dear life.


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First ever recorded image of a dodo to fetch £12,000 at auction: Extinct bird is described as 'disgusting' in 17th century illustration

First ever recorded image of a dodo to fetch £12,000 at auction

Valued between £8,000 ($12,300) and £12,000 ($18,500), the book and its illustrations will be sold at Lyon and Turnbull auction house in Edinburgh on Wednesday. The extinct bird (shown bottom right0 appears in the background of a larger scene of workers (pictured left) on the island of Mauritius. Its legs and beak are pictured larger than previously thought - to the extent that it appears to be as tall as a person and trees. Later images has depicted it as having shorter legs (pictured top right). An antiquated translated description of the Dodo from the 1601 text says that it was 'a disgusting bird' with 'a large posterior.'



'Are we live? Oh brother!' Hilarious moment US weatherman FREAKS OUT as huge insect flies at him during TV broadcast

Fox 5's Brad Willis FREAKS OUT as insect flies at him during TV broadcast

Fox 5 reporter Brad Willis was reporting on the beautiful weather from San Diego beach when he was upstaged by the flying creature. During the broadcast, Willis swings his paper notes at the insect and attempts to swat it out of the sky while screaming in terror. He later pulls himself together and looks at the camera in a rather sheepish manner.

Body that was found in hunt for corpse of 25-year-old woman that was stolen from funeral home is NOT her

The body of Julie Mott, 25, was stolen after her funeral service in San Antonio, Texas, and police suspect a man who was 'obsessed' with the woman is believed to be responsible.

Mother whose 23-month-old son has a birthmark the size of a cricket ball on his face tells him he was 'kissed by an angel' when strangers stare

Lucy Denny, 25, from Exeter says her son is a confident and smiley little boy despite the unwanted attention from strangers. She noticed the capillary hemangioma just hours after Sonny was born.

Former Bill Clinton sex-abuse accuser blasts Hillary for comparing Republicans to terrorists: 'This woman wrote the book on terrorizing women!'

I know exactly what I am talking about,' claimed Kathleen WIlley, who once accused Bill of groping her in the White House. 'She is the war on women. I don't care what anybody says.'

'Hitler's airport' to become Germany's biggest refugee centre as government prepares to accept 800,000 refugees

Plans are underway to turn 'Hitler's airport' - the iconic Tempelhof in Berlin that is now an abandoned listed building - into Germany's biggest refugee centre.

On your mark, get set, crawl! Vintage photos show BABIES racing one another as their parents cheer them on in bizarre Diaper Derby events during the 40s and 50s 

Babies raced to the finish in 1950s Diaper Derbies

In a competition where the losers threw tantrums and the winners, well, probably also threw tantrums, a baby-racing Diaper Derby was actually a popular spectator sport in the mid-twentieth century. Held in Palisades Park, New Jersey, from 1946-1955, the annual event saw confused tots in cloth diapers racing in what was billed as 'the slowest two minutes in sports'. Babies crawled toward an enticing line-up of stuffed toys, and winners received a savings bond.