'It's plain un-Australian': The Candyman hits out at accusations he hates women, claiming he is 'just a larrikin'- as a shocking video of women being dragged into a cage appears on his Instagram

The Candyman hits out at the latest accusations of misogynistic behaviour

Gold Coast tobacco tycoon Travers Beynon, self-described as The Candyman, has hit back at accusations of misogyny with a bizarre video accompanied by a photograph of him pointing a gun down a camera lens (left) and posts defending his behaviour that of a simple 'larrikin'. In one video on social media, accompanied by a long rant, a group of scantily-clad women are dragged into a cage by a person wearing a strange costume (centre). Recently, he has been slammed by women including the Minister for Women Michaela Cash, and A Current Affair journalist Leisa Goddard (inset) who is the apparent target of a mock execution stunt by Beynon after her negative reporting on him.

Meet the student who has made $40k profit selling baby formula to buyers in China - and says he is doing nothing wrong 'because every child deserves access to the stuff'

Australian student makes $40k selling baby formula to Chinese buyers

An Australian student has revealed how he made more than $40,000 selling baby formula to China, in another sign the black market for the product is booming. The man said he got into the lucrative industry after a Chinese friend returned to the country late in 2014. In addition to revealing his massive profits, the seller said he has purchased more than $100,000 worth of formula since January this year. Shelves across Australia are largely empty (top right and bottom right) as people stockpile (left) the formula.

The shocking truth about sunscreen: How four popular creams that claim to keep you safe from the harsh summer rays fail to live up to their SPF50+ rating

The effectiveness of six popular Australian sunscreens have been put to the test - and of the six products assessed, four failed, including a baby finger spray and an Aldi kids roll on.

One year on from the Sydney Siege, survivor Harriette Denny - who was secretly pregnant at the time - cradles her 'miracle' baby Billie and says the little girl 'is the reason she gets up in the morning'

Sydney Siege survivor Harriette Denny cradles her baby one year on

Sydney Siege survivor Harriette Denny (pictured) has been pictured with her 'miracle' baby girl one year on from the 17-hour ordeal that almost claimed her life. The 30-year-old Sunshine Coast woman was spotted carrying baby Billie Georgina Rose close to her chest and kissing the top of her head as she strolled through sunny Canterbury in Sydney's southwest with a friend on Friday. The barista was one of 18 who were held hostage by a crazed gunman inside the Lindt Cafe in Martin Place in December and was forced to beg for her and her unborn baby's life.

Police 'investigating former Neighbours star Eliza Szonert' after she snatched her son from ex-partner in a restaurant in Malaysia

Malaysian police 'investigating ex-Neighbours actress Eliza Szonert'

Malaysian police are reportedly investigating an Australian actress who grabbed her young son from her former partner at a restaurant. Former Neighbours star Eliza Szonert (left and right) was flanked by two burly men when she went to snatch her son (far right) back from her estranged partner, Australian musician and businessman Ashley Crick (inset, left). The high profile pair have allegedly been in a bitter custody battle while staying in Kuala Lumpur.

Taylor finally shakes it off! Superstar Swift leaves Australia at the end of her epic 1989 World Tour - after 72 shows, four continents and millions of happy fans

Taylor Swift sports preppy tartan miniskirt as she jets out of Melbourne after wrapping up

NEW She's been dazzling hundreds of thousands of Australian fans over the past two weeks, but all good things must come to an end.  And after finishing not ony her Australian tour but 1989 World Tour on Saturday, Taylor Swift was seen flying out of Melbourne airport on Sunday sporting a preppy look, complete with her signature red lip ahead of her 13 hour fight home. The Shake It Off star also celebrated her 26th birthday at Melbourne airport, sticking true to her Instagram post from last week saying that her birthday will 'be a quiet one this year'. 

Australian brewery plans to save the Great Barrier Reef by getting people to drink more beer... as they reveal their unusual initiative was inspired by toilet paper

A Brisbane-based beer company is planning to give more than 50 percent of profits from its crowdfunded beer to a charity which is working to save the Great Barrier Reef. (stock image)

Six young Australians who quit their jobs to open a start-up in INDIA - and how they turned a $50,000 debt into a business that employs 45 people from the local slums

Six young Australians who left their day-jobs to start their own company are beginning to see financial success after three years.
The company sells solar lights to the powerless slums in India.

The punch that rocked the world: Conor McGregor needs just 13 SECONDS to beat Jose Aldo and claim featherweight title at UFC 194

Conor McGregor beats Jose Aldo in 13 SECONDS at UFC 194 to claim featherweight title 

MARTIN DOMIN IN LAS VEGAS: Conor McGregor had waited 12 years for his chance to challenge for a UFC title. He needed just 13 seconds to win it. The Irishman landed the shot he calls the most feared in combat sports - his left hand - on long-reigning champion Jose Aldo.

The trillion dollar bill: That's what this respected expert says the climate summit may cost the world each year. And yet, he argues, it will hardly change a thing  

The UN Climate Change Conference in Paris, which reached an agreement to limit the rise in global temperature to less than 2C, has been festival of hot air, writes BJORN LOMBORG.

Tears of joy as historic deal passed: Politicians hail deal to halt climate change after the world FINALLY agrees to work together to cut emissions

The Paris Agreement, which aims to limit global temperature rises, was passed with no objections by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius this evening - ending four years of negotiations.

'I've spent more than $10,000 in one year': Gifts, hens' nights and getting the outfit just right - a serial wedding guest reveals the real cost of attending her friends' nuptials

'I've spent more than $10,000 in one year': Gifts, hens' nights and getting the outfit

NEW Dress, shoes, hair and makeup, accessories and transportation. It all adds up when it comes to preparing for a wedding... even if you're not the bride! Daily Mail Australia's Sarah Fitzmaurice (left) has forked out over $10,000 in one year alone on celebrating the weddings of her nearest and dearest (right, top and bottom) - splashing out on flights and accommodation for destination weddings, hens' parties, new outfits, and gifts. And the serial attendee reveals she will get no reprieve anytime soon, with six more weddings in the pipeline for next year - and she is a bridesmaid at three of them!

Police discover a man with gunshot wounds to his stomach and groin sitting in the front of a truck when it was stopped for a routine traffic stop

During a random breath test in the early hours of Sunday morning, police noticed a 27-year-old suffering gunshot wounds sitting in the front of a vehicle at Merrylands in Sydney's west.

Kylie, 47, 'I'd just love to have babies (with my boyfriend who's 27)': Pop princess reveals her family dream - but she'd better get her skates on

Kylie Minogue reveals her family dream with actor Joshua Sasse

The Australian pop star has been dating English actor Joshua Sasse, 27 - whom she describes as the 'love of my life - since they met in August on the set of U.S. television show Galavant in Bristol. Minogue revealed to Desert Island Discs that she 'wants more out of life' and that it would be 'incredible' if a family was in the future.

Can't face the in-laws? Too lazy to cook? Have we got a meal for you... TOM PARKER-BOWLES puts six ready meals to the test

Picture: Craig Hibbert      4-12-15..Tom Parker-Bowles taste tests fast Christmas lunches...Bisto Roast Turkey Dinner.

Can a ready meal really taste better than a real turkey and all the trimmings? The Mail on Sunday's food critic TOM PARKER BOWLES puts six of them to the test...

Harry Butler, pioneering conservationist beloved for his bushy beard and iconic TV show In the Wild, dies from cancer aged 85 

Australian icon and conservationist Harry Butler has died after a long cancer battle. The 1979 Australian of the Year was a tireless environmental advocate who leaves behind an incredible legacy

As easy as ABC: Journalist Leigh Sales snaps up a stunning property in the same Sydney suburb she sold her old townhouse in just months ago

ABC journalist Leigh Sales snaps up stunning Glebe property

ABC journalist Leigh Sales (inset) has purchased a new property (pictured right) for a secret price tag just months after auctioning off her townhouse. The 7:30 host successfully sold the sleek three-bedroom home (pictured left) in the leafy suburb of Glebe in Sydney's inner west for $1.7 million in October after the family wanted to upsize to a bigger home. As Christmas is fast approaching, Ms Sales and her husband, animator Phil Wilis are said to have snapped up the beautifully renovated estate in the same neighbourhood, according to Domain.

California party massacre victim who shielded co-worker with his body during the attack remembered as a hero in emotional funeral

Shannon Johnson, 45, of Los Angeles, received a hero's funeral in his home state of Georgia 10 days after the attack where he and 13 others were killed in San Bernardino, California.

Pill gives fresh hope to cystic fibrosis victims...and tackles the cause of the genetic disease rather than just relieving its symptoms 

Orkambi was licensed for UK use last month, and watchdog the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is now considering the case for it to be made available on the NHS.

Bravehearts or spades, Mel? Actor Gibson makes a VERY late night appearance at The Star casino in Sydney - and wastes no time joining the high-rollers at blackjack as he throws down some $100 notes

Mel Gibson makes late night appearance at Sydney casino

His last appearance at Sydney's Star Casino saw him present the Best Director gong to old friend George Miller at the 5th annual AACTA Awards. But as the dust settles on this year's event it was a comparatively low key Mel Gibson who made his way into the same venue for some late night gambling on Saturday evening. The 59-year old was hard to miss as he took a seat at the blackjack table, where he is understood to have remained for half an hour before leaving in the early hours of the morning.

Disgraced ex AFL player agent Ricky Nixon 'went berserk and kicked the St Kilda schoolgirl' IN COURT as she tried to stop his book being published

Police are probing Ricky Nixon (pictured) over claims that he kicked 'St Kilda Schoolgirl' Kim Duthie in the leg during a Melbourne Magistrates' Court hearing about his tell-all book.

Kate steps out for last minute Christmas shopping: Duchess of Cambridge is seen at her favourite department store (but did she get some gifts for George and Charlotte?)

Kate Middleton does some Christmas shopping at Peter Jones department store

Even a royal has to pop out for some last minute Christmas shopping from time to time. And wrapped up warm in her favourite coat, paired with stylish black boots, the Duchess of Cambridge looked ready to do battle with the festive hordes on Friday. Kate, 33, was spotted in upmarket Chelsea, where she spent an hour in department store Peter Jones, a branch of John Lewis.

Was Kate's hair cut by Royal command? Queen may have had some influence on new shorter 'do

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: I hear that Her Majesty's views on hairstyles may be why Kate has been adopting a more 'sensible' look recently.

LIZ JONES: Kate Middleton morphing into her mum? That may be a very good thing 

Kate and her 60-year-old mother not only share genes, they share jeans. And jewellery. And mannerisms: they both clench their fists and make their mouths into 'O's when excited.

It must trot in the family! Prince George follows in his father's footsteps to learn to ride aged aged just TWO

Prince George is learning to ride a horse after Kate Middleton said he'd never ride a

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: She recently vowed never to let Prince George on a motorbike, but it seems the Duchess of Cambridge is more relaxed about her son riding ponies. The two-year-old Prince (pictured left) shrieked with delight after clambering aboard a Shetland owned by friends of his parents in Norfolk. Royal sources say he has taken to riding like a duck to water. In contrast, William has ridden from an early age - his parents gave him a Shetland called Smokey when he was four (pictured right).

Police use water cannon to disperse 1,000 stone throwing anti-fascist protesters trying to disrupt a neo-Nazi rally in Germany

Leipzig, Germany. 12th December 2015 -- A counter protester throws a Teargasgrenade during the Right wing march Leipzig at 12.12.2015 in Leipzig, Germany in the direct of the police. -- Around 150 radical right-wing hold a march in Leipzig. Several thousand people take part at counter protests. Around 1000 left wing counter protesters battled with the police in the streets.

About 800 officers were drafted in to patrol the streets head of the planned neo-Nazi march - which attracted 200 right-wing protesters - on Saturday in the German city of Leipzig.

Girls un tour no more...: North Korean leader's favourite pop group cancels their first ever international concert - before sneaking out of China

Members from North Korea's Moranbong band walk out of their hotel in Beijing on December 11, 2015 ©STR (AFP)

North Korea's premier pop group, the all-girl Moranbong band reportedly formed by leader Kim Jong-Un, has cancelled its first concert abroad, China's Nationa...

Living the dream... and you can too! Meet the mother-of-two who doesn't have to work but takes month-long holidays whenever she wants - as she reveals the secret to building a 'passive income'

Lacey Filipich who doesn't have to work reveals the secrets to building a 'passive

Lacey Filipich, 33, earns $40,000 a year from the rent generated from three investment properties she owns in Brisbane, which at the moment is roughly $900 a week. The income she earns from the properties enables her and husband Adam to be able to afford 'mini-retirement' breaks whenever they please - some of which can last up to six months. The lifestyle she leads now started back when she was 19 when she used her savings to purchase her first two-bedroom apartment in 2001 in Brisbane.

Neighbour who 'killed an intruder after rushing to help a woman who interrupted a break-in' is released by police without charge 

A man, 42, who is accused of killing a robber in a fight has been released by police without charge and hailed a hero. Police allege a mother-of-two was being assaulted by the intruder at her Melbourne home.

Alaska family allows anyone on the Internet to control their Christmas lights in real time and watch the results

Ken and Rebecca-Ellen Woods, of Fairbanks, Alaska, set up the website christmasinfairbanks.com, which allows users to watch their house in real time and play with 12 different sets of lights.

What's the 'State of Play', Rusty? Rabbitohs owner Russell Crowe and rugby mum Julie Burgess are 'spotted canoodling' at Ed Sheeran concert

Russell Crowe and Julie Burgess 'canoode' at Ed Sheeran concert

He separated from wife-of-nine years Danielle Spencer in 2012 but Russell Crowe may well have found love again. A new report claims that the Hollywood actor was spotted 'canoodling' with Sam Burgess' mum Julie, at an Ed Sheeran concert last week.

Former pupil at Sydney boys' home reveals he 'had his penis CUT OFF by a teacher who who didn't like students with foreskins'

A staff member allegedly performed a botched circumcision on Gordon Myers, 50, when he attended a Sydney boys home in 1978 cutting of his Penis in the process, the royal commission heard.

PETER HITCHENS: Goodbye Christianity, hello multicultural wasteland...

The self-proclaimed 'Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life', wants to make state schools less Christian that they currently are, claiming they are 'socially divisive' and promote 'segregation'.

Australian family set to send 'Jihadi Hunter' to save their son who has left the country to go and fight for ISIS in Syria

Australian family set to send ‘Jihadi Hunter’ to save their son who has left the country

An Australian family have enlisted the help of a 'Jihadi Hunter' to rescue their son who fled to fight for Islamic State in Syria. Decorated army veteran Dimitri Bontinck was inundated with pleas to help youths after he rescued his own 19-year-old son Jejoen from the clutches of ISIS two years ago. Mr Bontinck has been advising the family from Sydney, who remain unnamed for security reasons, for over a year on how best to negotiate or form a rescue mission for their son.

Eight-member Korean girl group says it denied entry to US at LAX on suspicion of the pop stars being prostitutes

Oh My Girl, a girl group whose members range in age from 16 to 21, arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday and said they were held for more than 15 hours.

Two Syrian men held in Geneva under terror laws after traces of explosives were found in car

The pair were detained in the Geneva area after their 'unusual' behaviour raised suspicions and traces of explosives were found in their French-registered grey Renault Scenic (pictured), say police

When is the best time to buy or sell in YOUR suburb? Academics use 20 years of sales data to show how you can save up to $20k on a house if you buy in a certain month

Academics show how you can save $20k on a house in Melbourne by buying in May

New research has revealed that you can save more than $20,000 on the purchase of your new home just by choosing the right month. Academics from three leading Australian universities (Griffith, Swinburne and Monash) have used property sales data from the past 20 years to show that buying a house in Melbourne in May can save you an average of $20,657 while selling up in Sydney in July can give you an extra $23,638.


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Popular Sydney bar bans anyone wearing Nike trainers because they're the shoes of 'drug dealers, gang members and undesirables'

Sydney's Bank Hotel bans anyone wearing Nike footwear

A man has claimed he was turned away from a popular bar for wearing trainers. Seb Aylmer, 32, claimed he was refused entry to the Bank Hotel in Newtown in Sydney's inner west last month after apparently breaking the bar's dress code for wearing his Nike Air Max sneakers. 'I walked up and showed my ID and the guy said, "sorry, you can't come in, you are wearing Air Max". I thought he was joking, I thought it had to be a prank,' he told The Sunday Telegraph.

Women with breast cancer are told: You DON'T need a mastectomy

One of Britain's top breast cancer surgeons has spoken out against 'medieval' mastectomies after a new study showed women who have the operation are less likely to survive the disease.

Graphic new video released of man being shot by FIVE police officers on the street in San Francisco as family files new lawsuit

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: Mario Woods, 26, was reportedly hit 20 times during the shooting last week when police said he refused commands to drop an eight-inch knife.

Paris attack mastermind 'had photos of UK targets on his phone': Chilling pictures of Birmingham found stored on smartphone

Investigators have discovered that Abdelhamid Abaaoud had pictures of places in Birmingham stored on his smartphone, raising the chilling possibility that his cell was planning atrocities in Britain

Did 'husband killer' wife leave mystery accomplice message from the grave to dump his remains? Woman who 'hid body for 18 years left written instructions for it to be moved to the garden after her death'

Did 'husband killer' wife leave mystery accomplice message from the grave to dump his

Leigh Ann Sabine (right), from Beddau near Pontypridd in Wales, had left written instructions for a mystery accomplice to dump her husband John Sabine's (left) remains after her death, it has been claimed. According to John's eldest son, forensic tests have established that his father's remains were kept indoors for years after he went missing in 1997. But around the time suspect Leigh Ann died of cancer six weeks ago, they were moved outside to the garden. Inset: The Sabines' children - (from left to right) Jane, Steve, Susan, Martin, and Lee-Ann Sabine - in an old family snap.

Ho, ho, no: Hand out sweets? Are you mad! Go straight to celebrity Santa school... for a very PC Christmas 

Today's Father Christmases must negotiate a minefield of modern manners during the holiday season - so Tim Connaghan set up the world's first Santa school, to help his colleagues out.

'I've been known to erupt at certain times': Cricketer Simon Katich speaks about THAT dressing room blow up with Michael Clarke over the victory song and leaving early

Simon Katich has finally revealed exactly what happened in the dressing room blow up with Michael Clarke in 2009, just after Australia thumped South Africa in a test match at the Sydney Cricket Grounds.

Pictured: The horrific injuries suffered by an innocent paramedic attacked by a PATIENT whose life he was trying to save in the back of an ambulance

Queensland paramedic Brad Johnson who was turned on by patient pictured

Pictured: The ambulance officer attacked by a patient believed to be under the influence of 'some kind of substance' in the back of a moving ambulance in the Gold Coast. Brad Johnson, 48, is pictured just after the attack (left) and right, speaking to media the day after. He estimated his assailant hit him between 20-60 times during the prolonged assault which occurred on his last shift before his Christmas leave. His alleged assailant has been charged and is due to face court on Monday.

Mobile phone footage shows the shocking moment a bully violently punches and kicks a young boy in the head just metres from the school gate

Video shows a bully punch and kick a boy in the head in Dandenong, Victoria

Shocking footage of a bully repeatedly punching and kicking a student outside a school in Victoria has been captured on camera. The video, which it is believed was filmed outside a school in Dandenong - about 30 kilometres south-east of Melbourne - starts when two boys are seen standing on the footpath near a fence. In total, the victim is punched four times in the head and kicked three times (left and middle) in the ugly video.

BLACK DOG: Santa does sleigh bells, not sex rings 

The poor mites had to perch instead on the arm of his chair, lest Santa be accused of any funny business. 'It makes me nostalgic for a more innocent age,' one MP told Dog sadly.

The parent trap! Lindsay Lohan's dad Michael appeals to have restraining order from wife Kate lifted 'so they can hook up'

Michael Lohan is strictly against the use of handcuffs in the bedroom. The estranged couple have been seeing each other again, but 55-year-old Michael is in fear of being arrested

Diet full of hot red chillies, parsley, thyme and chamomile boosts brain function and improves memory 

The herbs and spices contain high levels of the plant compound apigenin, which improves neuron formation and strengthens the connections between brain cells.

That's what you call a one-sided cat fight! Hilarious video shows an angry little kitten repeatedly punch a toy tiger in the face

Hilarious video shows tiny kitten punch tiger in the face

A cat with a mean right hook has given a stuffed tiger toy a serious pounding in a hilarious video. Footage shows the ruthless animal rising onto it's back legs and hissing before repeatedly punching the toy square in the eye. Uploaded to Youtube on Saturday, the minute-long clip has accumulated more than 8000 views, with viewers labelling the furious feline as 'Cat-sius Clay' and 'a boxing champion.'

The $1.5billion 'pretzel' that could save planet Earth: Device which 'recreates conditions inside stars' could make fossil fuels redundant 

The Wendelstein 7-X machine in Germany, which cost €1billion to build, recreates conditions similar to those occurring inside stars and heralds a big leap towards a limitless supply of clean energy

First Sikh NCAA basketball player and his friends fight back against racist meme calling him a terrorist

Punjabi-American Darsh Singh, who was first turbaned player in the NCAA, turned a racist meme about him being a terrorist into a force for good on social media.

For sale: Ute with 350K on the clock. Price? 150 cases of beer: Welcome to Australia's wackiest marketplace - where you can buy anything and the currency is alcohol

In what may just be the most quintessentially Australian group in existence, inventive Darwin residents are selling their used vehicles online in exchange for cases of cold beer.

Engagement ring lost on a Scottish beach 43 years ago reunited with late owner's family after being found by a metal detectorist 11 miles away

Alex Jones, 61, was reunited with her late father's gold ring after it was found on a beach near Dundee, Scotland, 43 years after it originally went missing on another beach 11 miles away.

Meet the OTHER Mehajer: Controversial deputy mayor Salim's sister Aisha is a Miss Personality beauty queen winner who shares his wife's name - and her look!

Salim Mehajer’s sister Aisha is a beauty queen and Instagram model

Controversial councillor Salim Mehajer's wife Aysha Mehajer frequently makes headlines as the bride in Sydney's wedding of the year - but another woman in his life by the very same name is ready to step into the spotlight. Cr Mehajer's sister Aisha Mehajer is making a name for herself as a glamour model and Instagram star. She was crowned Miss Personality in this year's Miss Lebanon Australia competition, was a bridesmaid at the infamous wedding and boasts more than 9000 devoted Instagram fans. However, the Sydney stunner is also her brother's crucial business partner, working behind the scenes on projects with the notorious deputy mayor and embattled property developer from Auburn in Sydney's south west. Cr Mehajer, 29, has been making headlines for his luxurious lifestyle and constant legal battles since his outrageous August wedding.

An Inspector Calls: Floral pelmets, old-fashioned armchairs, chintzy bedspreads and repro furniture at the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne

The Grand Hotel was built in 1875. It's known as the White Palace but its huge lobby and even bigger main dining room had a cruise feel and there were children running around.

Is this little girl the Queen's illegitimate cousin - with a sex mad spy for a mother? It sounds preposterous but a new book reveals compelling evidence buried in an MI5 file 

Buried deep in files held at the National Archives in Kew, is an indication that a Russian princess, pictured, may have given birth to the love-child of our present Queen's uncle, the Duke of Kent.

EXCLUSIVE: Guantanamo Briton Shaker Aamer relives his 14-year nightmare of savage abuse - including agony of being 'hog-tied' for 45 minutes at a time - and the joy of finally seeing his family again

Guantanamo Briton Shaker Aamer relives his 14-year nightmare of savage abuse

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Shaker Aamer, the Briton held at Guantanamo Bay for 14 years, pictured, recalled his 5,007 days in prison without even being charged. In the almost 14 years Aamer spent at Guantanamo, he was a victim of the Forcible Cell Extraction team many hundreds of times - he says that in one year, 2012, he was 'FCE'd' 370 times, more than once a day. The last time was just two months before his release, because he refused to give four vials of blood, demanded on the spurious grounds that the authorities were checking inmates for tuberculosis.

Venice in winter? It's a real ball! All you need for Carnival is a mask, a map and a sense of romance

Venice's Carnival season is a nod to the grand celebrations of the past. Hotels host expensive parties but offers guests the chance to dress-up but those on a budget can have just as much fun.

She shall go the ball! Ronda Rousey honors her promise to the young marine who asked her to the Marine Corps Ball

Ronda Rousey, 28, teamed up with Marine Jarrod Haschert at the event, as promised, seemingly shrugging off her recent loss to rival fighter Holly Holm.

Let it snow! Ski resorts in French Alps forced to delay start of season as slopes remain bare due to balmy December weather

Many resorts were hoping to open for business this weekend, but have decided not to run their ski lifts as they - and holidaymakers - wait for more snow.

Far-right group member 'tests bank security protocols' by filming reactions of customers and staff when he wears a helmet, a furry dog suit and a BURQA into branches

A member of the United Patriots Front group has filmed himself walking into a Perth bank wearing a motorbike helmet, furry dog suit, and burqa in a 'social experiment' to 'test bank security protocols.'

'I would end up at a house with no idea how I got there': Teenage hairdresser reveals she would stay awake for days at a time as ICE took over her life... but refused to believe she was addicted

Former ice addict and aspiring hair dresser was deluded over crystal meth

Ice has claimed many victims as it sweeps through Australia. Betty Jones, from rural South Australia, was given the drug by by friends and quickly fell into an intense and destructive habit. During a bender that lasted from July to October this year, Ms Jones took crystal methamphetamine as often as every two hours and stayed away for days at a time, getting violent and abusive to all those around her. Now, Ms Jones is clean and is turning her life around, studying to become a hairdresser and restoring her relationships with her family. She is pictured at top and bottom left during her drug days, and now centre and right.

A wee-ly good idea? 'Socks' containing URINE powered fuel cells generate electricity when a wearer walks

Scientists at the Bristol BioEnergy Centre at the University of the West of England (UWE) fitted the socks (pictured) with miniaturised microbial fuel cells (MFCs).

Thief is seen on CCTV stealing from a man - and then saving his life moments later when he stumbles onto train tracks 

The criminal was spotted brazenly approaching the man while he sat sleeping on a bench in a Paris Metro station. He later pulled his victim from the tracks after he fell in front of a train.

Pleased to meet me! Australian 'checkout chick', 19, with an UNCANNY resemblance to Taylor Swift finally gets her dream hook-up with the star

Taylor Swift lookalike Olivia Sturgiss finally meets singer in Australia

Australian fans of Taylor Swift have been keeping a watchful eye on the streets while the US singer has been in town over the past two weeks.  And amid the frenzy, 19-year-old New South Wales resident Olivia Sturgiss (left) has managed to attract plenty of attention due to her uncanny resemblance to the 25-year-old singer (right). Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Saturday, the Taylor lookalike and Target retail assistant opened up about what it takes to recreate the image of the pop sensation, who she finally met in Melbourne on Friday night (inset).

One step closer to solving the mystery of the Japanese 'Schindler': Four Jewish women who were saved from the Nazis by Japanese tourism official are identified

Tatsuo Osako received photos from seven refugees and kept them in a diary. The discovered photos sparked an international search in 2010 to find the identities of the man and six women.

Breathtaking marine life, extreme stargazing and one-on-one scuba diving instruction: Why staying on pontoon in the middle of the Great Barrier Reef is the ultimate way to see the Whitsundays

Scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia is a travel bucket-list item for many - and for good reason. And the best place to do it is Reefworld, in the picturesque Whitsundays.

Driven crazy by car buying: Half of men will look under the bonnet of a used vehicle... but have no idea what for 

A survey found that 47 per cent of men and 41 per cent of women admitted to looking under the bonnet of a car, even though they know nothing about engines, to look more knowledgeable (file photo)

Anorexic woman is saved after she was handed note in a supermarket by girl who had beaten the illness and written life-changing blog 

Anorexic Anna Wyatt's life is saved by blogger Ella Crouch in a supermarket

Anna Wyatt (left), who weighed less than six stone at the time, was standing at a checkout when she received the note, which contained the link, from Ella Crouch (right). The 20-year-old, from Norwich, has now revealed the blog, which detailed Miss Crouch's own battle with an eating disorder, 'changed her life'. She said: 'If she hadn't given me that note I think I'd have been hospitalised pretty soon as I would have kept losing weight.'


Vicar and Star Wars-mad children make hilarious spoof of the Church of England Lord's Prayer advert... only for Sony to ban it for 'copyright infringement'

Star Wars-mad vicar and children post Church of England Lord’s Prayer advert spoof

When vicar Cris Rogers and his Star Wars-mad children (pictured left) learned the Church of England Lord's Prayer advert had been banned by cinemas, they retaliated by making their own spoof version (pictured right) - and posting it on YouTube. But, almost before you could say 'May the Force be with you', it was also banned... by entertainment giant Sony Music. Rev Rogers, rector of All Hallows Church in Bow, East London, produced the video with his children Isaac, 11, and Daisy, eight.


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Heart-stopping moment passenger train smashes through side of lorry at rail crossing after it jumped flashing red lights 

Video shows train smash through lorry at Czech city of Frydek-Mistek's rail crossing

The driver came within seconds of death when his lorry was hit by the passenger train at 7.38am on Friday after he ignored the flashing red light in the Czech city of Frydek-Mistek. CCTV footage shows the moment the lorry was hit with such force that the cab was separated from the container. Amazingly, the driver escaped with only minor injuries.

Greedy little piggies! Adorable video shows TINY micropigs barely bigger than a human hand eating Christmas chocolate 

Germany-based online fashion retailer Stylight has released its own contender for cutest Christmas advert featuring micropigs Bam Bam and Pebbles feasting on chocolate Santas.

Amazing video shows in super slow-motion what it looks like if you drop a condom full of water on a friend's head 

Condom Challenge with Slow Mo Guys

The footage, which offers a new take on the 'condom challenge' internet craze, demonstrates two men from Austin, Texas, enjoying the bizarre use for contraceptives.



Smile for your seal-fie! This cute beast can't help posing for the camera as he encountered an underwater photographer 

Photographer Alexandre Voyer captures a leopard seal photobomb

A series of stunning photographs capture the moment a large leopard seal decided to play with a team of French divers, under the ice on an expedition to Antarctica. Photographer Alexandre Voyer managed to take the snapshots while he got up close and personal with the giant mammal. But he had to approach the seals with caution as they have a sharp set of teeth (inset) and can become very dangerous when threatened.

Doting father brings the stars of Toy Story to life for a magical photo album to celebrate his baby son's first Christmas

Sam Auger-Forbes, 26, from Rochford, Essex created the inventive stop-motion caper for two-month-old Harvey taking inspiration from the Disney Pixar film. He will give it to his son when he's older.

The festive dining room where you can eat the walls for dessert: Posh hotel opens a life-size gingerbread house complete with a fireplace

Pastry chefs at Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain, in Arizona, worked on the 20ft, life-size house for weeks, lining the outer walls with gingerbread bricks and decorating them with sweets.

Caesar decimated the Dutch: Archaeologists pinpoint site of battle that destroyed two tribes and left 150,000 dead

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HBO DVD Ciaran Hinds as Gaius Julius Caesar

Archaeologists claim to have proved that Julius Caesar set foot on what is now Dutch soil, destroying two Germanic tribes in a battle that left 150,000 people dead.

He's still got it! Guitarist visits his old teacher in hospital and together they jam out in impromptu performance 

Guitarist George Cole visits his old teacher in hospital and has a jam session

George Cole, a guitarist based in California, has been visiting Jimmy Luttrell, who he says in the hospital recovering from pneumonia and now surgery - and who recently proved he still has skills. Sitting propped up in his California hospital bed, Luttrell is captured on video as he seems to effortlessly perform the song How High the Moon with Cole, 'demonstrating what a music master he still is', according to the video caption.