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Adelaide Crows gun Rory Sloane marries Belinda Riverso in Byron Bay in front of a crowd of

The footy season is over and for AFL stars and their WAGs, that means it's wedding season. Adelaide Crows champion Rory Sloane and his gorgeous partner Belinda Riverso got married on Saturday afternoon at the luxurious Byron View Farm at Byron Bay, in northern New South Wales. Attending the ceremony and reception were family and friends, as well as AFL players and their gorgeous partners, taking to Instagram to share their happy snaps. Riverso looked a picture of elegance as she walked down the aisle, dressed in a low-cut ivory bodice and a classy full-length skirt. The television personality and co-founder of online media platform Cornes and Sloane glowed throughout the day as she became Mrs Sloane. Among those to score an invite were Patrick Dangerfield (pictured far right, of right), Eddie Betts, Taylor Walker, Josh Jenkins and Daniel Talia, while Tom Lynch was among his groomsmen.

Talitha Cummins accidentally revealed she was an alcoholic by posting a private blog entry

Sydney-based journalist Talitha Cummins (pictured) accidentally told the world of her struggle with alcoholism by posting a private blog on her public Facebook page four years ago. Cummins, a newsreader for the Seven Network, said she was only four months sober and wasn't ready for everyone to know about her alcoholism but her unintentional slip pushed her to stay sober. The 36-year-old, who started drinking at 14, has been sober for four years and gave birth to her son, Oliver, (right) in August.

In a motivational post shared to Instagram on Saturday, Elle Macpherson, 52, told her followers that her natural beauty is harder to maintain the older she gets.

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The risque new look taking the fashion world by storm is the high-cut crotch-baring dress. The look was memorably flaunted by Bella Hadid in a red dress at the Cannes Film Festival in May.

He was unresponsive when found floating in the murky backyard pool (pictured)

A six-year-old boy has died in hospital after he was found unconscious floating in a murky backyard pool in Sydney's south west on Sunday night.

Former students and teachers claimed they were diagnosed with cancer after attending Camden High School in Sydney's south-west that was once built on an old gasworks site in the 50s.

Queensland woman loses 42 KILOS after overcoming her hatred of the gym

Rhianna Cunningham, 21, from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, lost 42 kilograms after weighing in at 110 kilos in 2014 (pictured left). Ms Cunningham said she was unhappy and would often wear jeans in the summer months to hide her figure. Despite her hatred of exercise, Ms Cunningham decided to sign up to a gym and book a personal trainer, who taught her the simple steps to healthy weight loss. The bubbly blonde, who now sits at a healthy 68 kilograms, exercises five times a week, sees a trainer twice a week, eats a balanced diet, enjoys a cheat day on Saturdays and says she is a totally different person. 'Everyone says I am different and you can see clearly how much this weight loss has changed me,' she told Daily Mail Australia. She is pictured right, and inset, after her weight loss.

NEW Rahman Ali is said to have been banned from a family meeting in Los Angeles which was arranged to discuss the three-time world heavyweight champion's estate.

A 70-year-old woman died just before 12pm on Sunday after she dropped something while crossing Cleveland Street in the inner-city suburb of Redfern and was hit by a bus.

After 100 days in office Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte compares his crackdown on

WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: The death toll in the Philippines continues to rise as president Rodrigo Duterte, known as 'The Punisher', claims he will slaughter drug dealers and addicts in his war on drugs. The bombastic president has also sensationally disparaged the country's alliance with the US ordering its troops to leave his shores within six months.The potential ending of an alliance comes as a reaction to the international outrage of the slaughter of drug criminals at the hands of vigilantes and police in the Philippines. The fear tactic has seen Duterte's popularity sky-rocket, with a Social Weather Stations Survey showed 8/10 Filipino residents are satisfied with his campaign promise to crack down on drug dealers and users.


Woman in her 50s killed by fallen tree and 130,000 homes without power after 120km/h winds lash Melbourne. Gale-force winds have also left passengers at Melbourne Airport stranded.

Dramatic moment a class rises up to defend their elderly teacher from an aggressive student who attacks him after having headphones pulled out 

The astonishing scene was captured on camera at a classroom in the north east of Russia. An unruly pupil refused to take out his headphones, prompting the professor to tug them out himself. Although the headphones did not appear to break the boy reacted furiously. 'You are a b******' he reportedly shouted going berserk, before he lunged towards the teacher and lined up to strike a punch. But the rest of the class rushed in to protect the old man, and then punished their fellow pupil for showing a lack of respect.

Hundreds of sexual assaults are reported at Australian universities but alleged rapists are rarely punished as the institutions fight to protect their reputations, a TV investigation reveals.

Three-quarters of women lose interest in sex after reaching the age of 50, according to research - but the verdict from the medical community was that couples should not be suffering in silence.

Trump called daughter Ivanka 'a piece of a**' in misogynistic 'banter' with Howard Stern 

Donald Trump (main and bottom right) has made numerous crude and misogynistic comments towards women, including agreeing that his daughter Ivanka Trump (bottom right with Trump) is 'a piece of a**' while appearing as a guest on the Howard Stern (main) radio show over a 17-year period. Trump has engaged in lewd conversations with the shock jock that focused on his preference for younger women, his sex life and his losing his virginity to a 'hot little girl' when he was 14 years old, according to a review of the interviews by CNN. While being interviewed for a September 2004 show, the billionaire businessman told Stern that his daughter Ivanka was beautiful, who at the time was 22 years old. 'Can I say this?' asked Stern. 'A piece of a**?' 'Yeah,' replied Trump.

The GOP nominee spoke to radio host Howard Stern in December 2005, while his wife was expecting their son Barron. They had been married for almost a year when he lampooned her changing appearance.

Kate Middleton lets her stylist loose on 'estate agent' Prince William

His wife may rightly be lauded for her elegant outfits but Prince William's own fashion choices have been so drab, one style magazine cruelly accused him of dressing like an estate agent. So now Kate has ordered her stylist Natasha Archer to give William a much-needed wardrobe makeover - and she has started by throwing out his ubiquitous brown loafers and his tatty trainers.

Researchers at Mainz University in Germany have found a link between intelligence and shortsightedness, saying those who wear glasses may often be smarter than those who don't.

Karen McCommell, who runs Bridal by Aubrey Rose, in Perth, plans to give away wedding dresses worth thousands of dollars on Monday, as part of a project to give back to those who need it.

Woman shames ‘creep who hit on young Asian women’ on a Melbourne tram in a Facebook rant

A Melbourne woman took to Facebook on Saturday to 'shame' a man (left) after she had to intervene after he allegedly intimidated multiple women on their commute in a terrifying experience. Laura Miller bravely confronted a 'creep' she claimed invaded women's personal space on a tram (stock image right). Describing how four women were made to feel intimidated on their commute, her explicit rant (inset) went viral and her message to encourage everyone to speak up when you see someone being harassed has been heard.

Holden driver Will Davison has claimed his second victory at the Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama after a dramatic finish to the iconic race on Sunday.

VIV GROSKOP writes about how Kim Kardashian has saved us all, from being idiots like her; How has Kim saved us? By demonstrating exactly how not to behave online.

Former Collingwood star Dane Swan opens up about his 'recreational' drug use during his

NEW Former Collingwood AFL star Dane Swan (pictured left, partying with friends in Las Vegas, and inset) has admitted to using recreational drugs during his career with the Melbourne football team. The two time Brownlow medal recipient said he only experimented with recreational drugs, never performance-enhancing drugs. Earlier this year full frontal nude pictures of the controversial player were leaked, as well as pictures of him with a bare-breasted woman. Despite this, Swan and his girlfriend of eight years, Taylor Wilson (pictured in right) appear to still be together. There is no suggestion Swan's friends pictured have taken illegal drugs.

Australian Robert Ellis, 70, will be sentenced at the Denpasar district court for allegedly molesting 11 girls at a home he was renting in Bali. In a letter to his lawyer he said he did not deserve to be jailed.

Victoria Beckham and son Brooklyn join forces for UNAIDS charity mission in Kenya

She's usually seen in exclusive locations and glamorous parties. But Victoria Beckham swapped her lavish lifestyle for the real world when she visited central Kenya on Saturday. The 41-year-old designer was joined by her teenage son, Brooklyn, 17, as they continued their UNAIDS charity mission in Africa.

One in seven British adults takes daily fish oil capsules, believing their omega-3 fatty acids are good for body and mind. Even more take them occasionally, with £100m a year spent on them.

The only Islamic transgender boarding school (shown) in Indonesia has been closed after a wave of intolerance sparked by the activities of hard-line Muslim groups.

'We are coming for you': Sinister clown craze takes an ugly turn as vigilantes vow to hunt down the costumed creeps appearing across Australia

The 'Clown Purge' craze which has Australia on high alert has intensified, as costumed creeps menace victims with machetes and vigilantes lash out at the pranksters. Images and footage of sinister clowns in all corners of the country is fuelling social media hysteria, and prompted vigilante 'clown hunting' groups to take matters into their own hands. Social media posts have claimed a clown was hospitalised after being king-hit in in Sydney's south, as more chilling sightings pop up the nation-over.

The Brisbane woman spotted the unsettling-looking clown when she was travelling along a road in Queensland on Saturday night. Moments later, the prankster lunged at her car with a knife.

A man dressed as a clown has been charged after he allegedly chased a group of teenage girls to a police station in Perth, Western Australia, in the latest stunt sweeping the country.

Euthanasia campaigner Kylie Monaghan loses battle with breast cancer in Port Pirie

Voluntary euthanasia campaigner Kylie Monaghan (pictured main) has died after a six-year battle with breast cancer. Mrs Monaghan, 35, passed away with her husband Darryl (together inset) and family by her side at Port Pirie Hospital, South Australia, on Saturday. In the lead-up to her death she had openly spoken about not wanting to spend her final days as a 'burden' and her passion to have Australia's euthanasia laws changed.

Mystery nation that offered to back Kevin Rudd (left) for United Nations job was Botswana. Mr Rudd had the support of Botswana President Ian Khama (right), but was still unsuccessful in his bid.

NSW mummy blogger Mum Pack Travel abandoned a 9-5 job to travel the world with her

Evie Farrell (pictured), 43, from Sydney, has a life that would make most green with envy. Having saved AUD $30,000, she packed up her life with her six-year-old daughter, Emmie (also pictured), and started travelling the world this year. The pair have since visited 11 countries, as Ms Farrell home schools her daughter. They have no plans to come home.

Four gay police officers including Chris McDonald (pictured) claim they have were targeted by an undercover operation by Newtown station in Sydney simply because of their sexual preference.

This is a stick up! Two men hold up a convenience store using a TREE BRANCH as a weapon 

CCTV captured the thugs stealing $800 and a phone from Alan Toh, 66, in his Sydney convenience store by threatening him with a tree branch before he chased them off with a fruit knife. Both robbers were described as being of Pacific Islander or Maori appearance, about 183cm tall and with a solid build. The grandfather has run the shop for 20 years after he came to Australia from Vietnam in 1990 in search of a better life but has now been robbed four times.


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I forgive you, mum: Canoe son rebuilds relationship with mother Anne Darwin after she lied

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MARK DARWIN: Mark Darwin and his younger brother Anthony stood with their mother Anne when they threw a wreath of red roses into the choppy waters off a windswept pier in County Durham in 2004. His father, John Darwin, had disappeared during a canoeing accident two years earlier and been declared dead. What Mark could not have known as he comforted his mother was that behind a wall dividing the house from the one next door stood the 'dead' man himself. No wonder Mark and Anthony swore they would have nothing more to do with their parents. Yet now, there has been a most unlikely reconciliation between Mark and Anne. Pictured: Mark and Anne Darwin in London last week (left); John and Anne with Mark and Anthony as schoolboys (centre); and Anne joins Mark, his wife Flick and their children Joe and Max on holiday in Spain (right).

Woman horrified to see person LOOTING her house on a security camera after she left home to flee from Hurricane Matthew

Angela Jones, of Charleston, South Carolina, was shocked to see a person looting her home on security footage after she evacuated her home. Jones had to flee her home on Thursday due to the ferocious storm moving up the east coast. With two young children, the family didn't want to risk not having access to emergency services. Before leaving, Jones set up a security service called Canary in her home, which allows her to see the house's interior on her phone. At 9.15pm on Thursday, Canary notified Jones that someone was inside her house. An unidentified woman could be seen taking small items and then leaving the home on the security video. Police say they are investigating.

Hurricane Matthew was downgraded to a Category 1 storm on Saturday morning but hurricane-force winds remained a threat as Matthew's eyewall moved into Charleston and tides rose as high as 9 feet.

Lane Pittman was caught on video head banging to Slayer's Raining Blood as he stood in the middle of a road in Jacksonville, Florida, and braved strong winds and rain during Hurricane Matthew.

Danielle Taylor, 54, died when her jet ski collided with a speed boat. She was riding with her neighbour's eight-year-old grandson on the Nerong inlet on the New South Wales mid-north coast.

A video clip of Robert De Niro slamming Donald Trump while filming a political testimony video for non-partisan group has surfaced. In the clip, De Niro says he wants to punch Trump in the face.

Identical twins involved in horror crash that killed one at Bunyip in Victoria

A family has been left devastated after a car crash involving a pair of identical twin brothers left one of them dead, while the other walked away. Mark (right) and Dale Lewis (left) were separated forever on Friday night after the ute they were driving ran off Evans Road at Bunyip, in south east Victoria, before rolling down an embankment and into a river (inset). The accident killed father-of-one Mark, who was driving the vehicle, while Dale escaped with just cuts and bruises.

Four former Australian MPs will this week argue in the High Court that they deserve more generous pensions and perks despite getting up to $120,000 a year from the taxpayer.

Thousands have flocked to the streets of Sydney holding signs bearing hilarious messages in an effort to protest against the state government's controversial lockout laws.

The Block winners Darren and Deanne Jolly sell their Melbourne home for $2.9m

The Block winners Darren Jolly and his wife, Deanne, (the couple pictured centre) have sold the home (top right) they controversially demolished in Kew East, east of Melbourne, has been auctioned off for $2.9 million. The California bungalow style home has four-bedrooms (bottom right), marble benchtop kitchen (top left), as welll as an outdoor entertaining space and pool (bottom left).

Real estate agency Ray White received more complaints than any other business in NSW last month, according to the latest official figures put out by the Fair Trading department.

Sparkling radio personality Emma Freedman and her fiance have picked up the keys to their $2.19 million property in Paddington, Sydney following their return to Australia after an exotic trip to Europe.

Former ABC host Pamela Bornhorst (pictured) has been fighting over her mother's $13 million estate with her older sister Margaret. Their mother's estate includes property, money and racehorses.

Animal lovers go hopping mad over celebrity craze for kangaroo fur slippers 

Despite their dubious connotations, the fur-lined loafer-cum-slipper is the celebrity trend of the season. Kendall Jenner, Dakota Johnson, Sienna Miller and Alexa Chung (pictured left to right) have all been spotted wearing a pair. The furry footwear was first sighted at the Gucci Spring/Summer 2016 runway show. But animal rights campaigners have condemned the sliced loafers because they are made with a kangaroo fur lining.

Tariq Idrees, a dentist and owner of a private clinic in Manchester, advises people to drink through straws because the liquid bypasses the teeth. Here he reveals the quickest ways to stain your smile.

Jack Walker resigned as a senior policy adviser a day after arriving back in Australia from the Budgie Nine fiasco where he and eight others spent four days in a Malaysian jail for stripping to speedos.

Australian Government intelligence checks have found at least 22 'potential national security concerns' among refugee applicants, with over 6,000 visas issued to those fleeing war-torn countries.

Renny Chivunga, 35, is originally from Zimbabwe, but she has spent the past 15 years living in Newcastle, NSW. She describes the city as friendly, but admits that life was tough at first.

Incredible images of Sydney family and their pet magpie Penguin

Looking at Cameron Bloom's stunning and deeply personal images of Penguin the magpie and the Bloom family from Sydney, you would never guess she was in fact a wild bird. Their feathered friend dropped into their lives at a dark and difficult time, when the photographer's wife Sam became paralysed after falling from a balcony in Thailand while on holiday. Penguin's incredible relationship with the family has now been documented in a book titled Penguin Bloom, with the endearing photos of the bird juxtaposed with Sam's struggles.

A driver and passengers are on the run after they fled the scene of a shocking car crash in Chatswood, Sydney in the early hours of Saturday morning.

The founder of the world's largest online gay escort service, Rentboy.com, pleaded guilty Friday to promoting prostitution. Jeffrey Hurant faces up to five years in prison and a $10 million fine.

New York parents speak out about their daughter who was murdered on Spring Break

Brittanee Marie Drexel, 17 (inset), traveled to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, from Rochester, New York, with some friends without telling her parents, and disappeared without a trace on April 25, 2009. This past summer, the FBI revealed that Drexel had been raped, murdered and left in an alligator pit about an hour from the hotel in McClellanville, where she is believed to have been held in a house for at least three days. On Friday, Dawn and Chad Drexel appeared on Dr. Phil (the couple pictured together in the studio, main), sharing for the first-time information they have received about what happened to their daughter. No charges have ever been filed and the body has never been found.

Researchers in Spain found 90 percent of people can be considered either optimistic, pessimistic, trusting, or envious - and the rest behave in a way that falls outside of the defined models.

The last Holden Cruze to be made in Australia rolled of the production line in Adelaide on Friday leaving 270 people without jobs. The Commodore is the only Holden still made in Australia.

Karinya Chen, who battled bone cancer for five years, passed away in Austin, Texas, on Saturday. She touched millions of people around the world when she perfectly harmonized with Florence Welch.

Woman who was a surrogate for a STRANGER shares her story

Sydney woman Amelia Seymour (pictured second right with her fiance Shane Beukes far right) nearly died giving Cyrus Patel and his wife Ameera Mahmood (left and second left) the gift of life. The 26-year-old was a surrogate for the couple, but despite a smooth pregnancy, started to feel unwell days before her due date. She was rushed to hospital with high blood pressure, and in the space of 12 hours, her liver shut down and her kidneys started to malfunction. She was diagnosed with Hellp Syndrome, and underwent an emergency cesarean. Thankfully, little Shireen Amelia (inset) was born happy and healthy. Here the couples share what it took to bring Shireen in to the world, and why despite the difficulties, it was worth it.

An extra 82 child safety workers will be hired in Queensland following the tragic death of murdered schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer, 12, after her foster father Rick Thorburn was charged with her murder.

Jack Walker, 18, was jailed for 11 years after brutally attacking and raping a 58-year-old woman as she walked her dog in Cumbria. She wiped her own blood on him to get him to stop.

Car enthusiasts couldn't bare to look as an $AUD 800,000 Ferrari became stuck in flood waters in Bangkok, Thailand this week.

Carole Horlock (pictured), from Colchester in Essex, was told by medical experts that she was at high risk of complications and that she needed to stop for the sake of her health.

Forget mirror selfies! Introducing the new outfit pose It girls are pulling all over

Fashion bloggers and celebrities including British model, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (left) have been quick to adopt the latest Instagram pose which shows off details in an outfit. In it, they simply sit slightly cross-legged (pictured) and snap from the collarbone to the knee. Photos of the pose on Instagram often rack up thousands of likes.

The principal of McAuley Catholic College. in northern NSW, has been slammed for using a photograph said to be promoting sexism and abuse as a backdrop for his graduation speech.

Lauren Venning, 25, and husband James, 26, married on his family farm in the South Australian town of Bute just days after the state was hit with the biggest storm seen in 50 years.

The Queen has been left distraught following the death of one of her two surviving corgis. Holly,13 who was in the James Bond sketch, was put down in Balmoral leaving one corgi and two dorgis.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Klomphan Khiewwan, 21 got the shock of her life when she awoke to find her beloved pooch Fino head first in the jaws of an enormous snake.

Paddle boarder has close encounter with white shark

Impressive aerial photos (left and right) shared Saturday showed the shark swimming not far from him off Nauset Beach in Orleans, Massachusetts. The paddleboarder, identified as Terence Roche, hadn't realized the shark was next to him. He had been in the water for 20 or 30 minutes. Roche realized something unusual was happening when he saw a spotter plane circling the area and noticed he was at the center of its trajectory. That prompted him to get out of the water. The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, who published the pictures, issued an alert saying there were at least five great white sharks in the area.

Imam Zainadine Johnson (pictured) is busting the stereotype of what it means to live by Sharia Law, with his role as the first white Australian to take on a full-time role as an Imam.

William Hill's current share price values it at £2.7billion and Canadian counterpart Amaya is worth around £2billion.

Michael Tanham was an altar boy brought up by a loving Christian family in Perth. At the age of 16 he became Kelly Star, a transgender model who claims to have the biggest implants in Australia.

Liz and Ian Finlay rescued tabby Nutmeg (pictured with his owners and vet) 26 years ago when he turned up in their Newcastle back garden with an abscess on his neck.

Gold Coast cafe mixes Wagyu beef with Krispy Kremes

A Gold Coast cafe has created a crazy new burger by jamming a Wagyu beef patty in-between two Krispy Kreme donuts (left). The Drunky Donut burger also features maple gravy and is topped off with melted marshmallows. The same cafe has also created the Pommy B****** Burger (right), which features a full English fry-up breakfast.

At 22 weeks pregnant Sandi Cooper discovered a lump in her chest. The Queensland mother-of-three had it checked just in case and discovered she had aggressive, stage two breast cancer.

A wing suit jumper became stuck as he jumped out of plane to perform a routine parachute jump. The incident which lasted for around 30 seconds must have seemed like forever.

The Russian military has warned the United States against striking the Syrian army, saying that its air defence weapons in Syria stand ready to fend off any attack from US planes.

Bathhurst 1000 fans prepare for biggest race of the year

More than 200,000 fans flocked to Bathurst for the biggest V8 supercars race of the year, with early birds staking out a prime spot on 'The Hill' and downing an impressive amount of beer despite strict alcohol limits - of one carton of 24 cans of beer or pre-mixed spirits per person, per day. There were also many weird and wonderful costumes and accessories as fans showed their racing allegiances and national pride - or just zany personalities. The main Bathurst 1000 event will begin at 11.10am on Sunday with Jamie Whincup clinching pole position.

The sickening act was caught on camera by a builder overlooking Howff Cemetery in Dundee and has caused outrage among locals in the Scottish city.

Car juggernaut Fiat Chrysler allegedly owe a luxurious Victoria resort owner more than $2.8 million after they agreed for exclusive rights to the resort to 'wine and dine' clients and guests.

A volcano has burst into life in southwestern Japan's Mount Aso, spewing clouds of volcanic ash over entire towns as far as 250 kilometres away from the popular tourist attraction.

James Larkin left 11-week-old Christopher Larkin with an 'unsurvivable brain injury' after growing frustrated at being 'treated like a lap dog' by the boy's 'domineering' mother Laura Ostle.


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Foot-loose? Hilarious moment dance teacher takes a tumble and drops the bridesmaid during wedding reception routine 

A dance teacher and his partner took an unfortunate tumble while dancing during a wedding reception. The embarrassing moment took place during the teacher's entrance at his brother's wedding reception. As the video starts off, several men and women are seen gathered in a semi-circle while the dancing duo (top left) prepares to make their grand entrance. The audience begins to clap as the pair make their way onto the dance floor quick-stepping from left to right. But the next move became a bit tricky for the energetic duo. The dance teacher (top right) grabbed his partner's hand and twirled her around. The teacher (bottom left) then appeared to have lost his balance as he dipped his partner causing them to fall. And unfortunately the twirl landed them on the floor (bottom right).

An ISIS commander and a jihadist officer were both killed when vests they were preparing prematurely exploded in central Hawija near Kirkuk in Iraq in the terror group's latest fatal blunder.

They are also discussing supporting surgical strikes on the rogue state, said Chinese professor Zhe Sun at a security forum in Washington. Images of the nuclear test site show increased activity.



Israel tattoo convention sees fans from all over the world come to get inked

Fans of body art have flocked from all over the world to get inkings from some of the country's leading artists at the third annual two-day Israel Tattoo Convention in Tel Aviv. Among them is Magneto (bottom left and top right), from Berlin, whose entire face is covered in inkings, including his eyeballs.

Footage from Oakdale, in Sydney's south-west, shows a ute turning into the path of the truck who clips the vehicle after swerving up onto an embankment to avoid a worse crash.

Distressing footage of the mishap, which left the serviceman in a serious condition in hospital, has recently emerged online. It shows a helicopter rescue going awry on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu.

New York-based photographer Christopher Payne spent six years travelling America to explore abandoned asylums, including facilities in South Dakota, Tennessee and Illinois.

Anthony Glick, a 22-year-old lifeguard and star of Bondi Rescue, has turned his love of the outdoors into a creative new job as a photographer taking sensational images from across Sydney (pictured).

100 years of the Trans-Siberian railway: Fascinating pictures chart the growth of the

Today, a journey across Russia's Trans-Siberian railway takes about a week. But exactly 100 years ago, upon its official completion, the trip took almost a month because the train trundled along at 20 miles an hour. Now the longest train line in the world, stretching more than 5,700 miles from Moscow to Vladivostok, the Trans-Siberian railway crosses two continents, 80 towns and cities, 16 large rivers and eight time zones. Here, MailOnline Travel takes a look back over a century of the Trans-Siberian's history with a series of fascinating pictures.