Disheveled sheets, rocks on the floor and a handheld video camera were found in the Gold Coast apartment (centre) of Gable Tostee (top inset), 30, after Warriena Wright (bottom inset) fell to her death from his balcony two years ago. Police released the first images of the inside of Tostee's apartment on Monday as he headed to trial at the Brisbane Supreme Court for the alleged murder of 26-year-old Ms Wright, who he met on Tinder, in the early morning hours of August 8, 2014. The court heard detailed audio this week of the pair arguing, as well as a photo reenactment of Ms Wright's last moments dangling from Tostee's balcony (left).
Daughter livestreams her parents on a 'heroin binge' after she returns home to find them wasted in front of the TV
The footage, shot somewhere in America, reveals the youngster and a man - whose connection to the her parents is unknown - trying in vain to wake them up as they are slumped out in the living room. Dressed in a tie dye T-shirt, the mother can be seen in a close-up shot at the start of the video completely spaced out, unable to look at the camera as her daughter attempts to bring her round. The father can be seen curled up on the floor, slowly rocking backwards and forwards but completely oblivious to what is going on around him.
Pretty in pink! Duchess of Cambridge wears $800 Kate Spade floral dress as she joins William and Harry to mark World Mental Health Day in London
The Duchess of Cambridge looked like a true English rose this morning as she arrived at London's County hall in a $800 dress by her namesake designer Kate Spade for a day of engagements to Mark World Mental Health Day with Prince William (centre). Kate carried a nude clutch and wore a pair of her favourite court shoes (left) and looked delighted to be visiting the London Eye (right), which she will later take a spin on with William and Prince Harry.
The miracle baby who wouldn't die: Thai boy is stabbed 14 TIMES and left in a shallow grave... but is set for a dream life with adopted Swedish parents
The seven-month-old boy, named Aidin had been dumped face down in a 20cm grave in Khon Kaen province in Thailand in February , just days after he was born with 14 stab wounds. However, passing cattle herder Kachit Krongyut saw a tiny foot sticking out of the ground under a eucalyptus tree. She then heard the boy's cries and dug through the soil with her hands to rescue the infant.
James Packer's ex Kate Fischer is unrecognisable as Melbourne 'therapist' going by the name of T'ziporah Malka bat Israel after converting to Judaism
She was the glamorous runway sensation in a high-profile relationship with billionaire James Packer, till he ended their two-year engagement in 1998. Nowadays former model Kate Fischer is barely recognisable, living a modest life back in Melbourne while working as a therapist according to Woman's Day magazine. This comes after the 42-year-old relocated to Los Angeles several years ago, converting to Judaism and even changing her name to T'ziporah Malka bat Israel.
'It makes our stomachs turn': The Project's Waleed Aly slams 'predator' Donald Trump in scathing editorial
The Project host Waleed Aly laid into Donald Trump after the U.S. presidential candidate was recorded bragging that he could 'Grab [women] by the p****' in an infamous 2005 recording. Aly said it confirmed everything feared about Trump and pledged to never again joke about Trump as he is 'no laughing matter'.
The real winner of the second debate: Internet falls in love with Kenneth Bone, the undecided voter who asked energy policy question - and praises his outfit choice
Uncommitted voter Kenneth Bone asked the second to last question during Sunday's debate - and became such an instant hit that many viewers forgot to listen to the candidates' replies. Bone (pictured left during the debate and right next to Bill Clinton), wearing a red sweater and glasses, changed the pace of the debate by quizzing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on their energy policies. 'What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job loss for fossil power plant workers?' Bone asked. Twitter users were quick to hail him as a hero. One of them compared Bone to a character in Toy Story 2 (inset).
You may now grope the bride: Chinese newlywed 'allows guests to molest her after the the ceremony to raise money for her honeymoon'
Video said to have been captured in northern China shows male revellers lining up and paying to grope the 'bride' during the wedding festivities. The funds collected were reportedly then used to pay for the happy couple's honeymoon. However, the identity of the woman is not yet known and some of those who viewed the video online suggested she was in fancy dress and that the footage was taken in a Thai cabaret night club filled with Chinese tourists.
Karl Stefanovic's wife Cassandra looks far from impressed as TV host pays her a visit at former marital home as their Logies bust-up is revealed
Australian television presenter Karl Stefanovic was recently spotted for the first time following news of his split with wife Cassandra Thorburn. The 42-year-old Today Show presenter was seen outside his Sydney home, looking rather downcast while sporting casual attire. Cassandra was also seen looking far from impressed, watching Karl as he walked out the home gate.
The VERY awkward moment Senator Eric Abetz refuses to say the word 'gay' in front of his homosexual staffer
A seeming attempt to avoid using the word 'gay' in front of a staffer has led to Tasmanian Liberal Party Senator Eric Abetz (left) being ridiculed (inset). The awkward moment with the Senator occurred as he tried to explain how staffer Josh Manuatu (right) had came out to him about his sexuality. Abetz described Mr Manuatu as 'identifying as same-sex attracted'. The Senator has also said he wants homosexual people who come out as straight 'celebrated'.
How the one per cent lived 2,000 years ago: 3D video tour reveals the luxurious villa of a wealthy banker in ancient Pompeii
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have been working on the project since 2010, in the hopes of documenting the area in Pompeii before it deteriorates further. The researchers uncovered floor surfaces from AD 79, performed detailed studies of the building development through history, cleaned and documented three large wealthy estates, a tavern, a laundry, a bakery and several gardens. Pictured are two examples (left to right) of the appearance of what the house could have looked like, based on photographs and 3D scanning.
Mum-of-four begged for her life as she was 'carved up with a MACHETE in front of two friends - before being shot and dumped in a shallow bush grave'
NEW A mother-of-four who was brutally tortured and shot in the head in front of two friends was later 'carved up' with a machete and dumped in a shallow grave. John Edward Harris, 43 and Linda Eileen Appleton, 42, have pleaded not guilty to the horrific murder of Queensland mother Tia Landers (left and right), 28, during their trial in the Brisbane Supreme Court on Monday. The court heard the couple inflicted more than 30 injuries on the mother-of-four inside their Brighton home, including lacerations consistent with a machete to the ankle, thigh, shoulder, scalp and two 'incise wounds to her vagina'. But it was two gunshot wounds to the head that eventually ended Ms Lander's life.
Peter Brock's mistress reveals his partner KNEW about their long-running affair and 'the first time they were alone together she organised it'
Julie Bamford, the mistress of Australian motor racing legend Peter Brock (left with the famous driver), has revealed that their 15-year affair was no secret to his partner Bev and that she initially encouraged them to spend time together. It was a huge scandal when Brock left his partner of 28 years Bev (right with Brock) for his mistress Ms Bamford, and 10 years since his death Bamford still wears the engagement ring he gave her.
No garden, no parking space... and no KITCHEN: How ridiculous property bubble is forcing buyers to splash millions on homes without the most basic features
House hunters across Melbourne have bought properties without necessary features like like kitchens and parking spaces because of stiff competition on the real estate market. A half renovated three bedroom house without a kitchen in Yarraville was sold for $1,580,000 (bottom left), one of Melbourne's oldest homes on the market for $1,145,000, it has an outdoor bathroom and laundry (bottom right). A warehouse loft style apartment with no outdoor space or balcony in Collingwood sold for $1.65 million (top right). While a three bedroom house in Armadale with no car parking space was auctioned off to a young couple for $2.13 million.
'I've been spat on and abused': Miss Universe Australia Renae Ayris hits out at Aboriginal people as she says her past encounters 'haven't been pleasant'
Renae Ayris, 26, (pictured left and right) has said her contact with Aboriginal people 'hasn't been pleasant' as she's been verbally abused and spat on in the past in Perth's city centre. The former Miss Universe said she was never educated on Aboriginal history and will appear on SBS's First Contact (inset) in November. The program aims to debunk the stereotypes surrounding Indigenous Australia and Ms Ayris said she is open-minded to the experience as long as she doesn't have to see an animal killed.
'Stay off Tinder, don't be violent and think twice before you sleep with someone': The touching and refreshingly frank open letter written by mummy blogger Constance Hall to her two sons
Never accept violence, judge a woman's body or shag someone if you aren't prepared to answer their calls the next day. This is the heart-warming and realistic advice mummy blogger Constance Hall has given her two 'darling' sons in a touching open letter with inspiring hints for them about love, life and how to treat the people around you. The 32-year-old mother, from Perth, acknowledged that while it is important to embrace their masculinity, being vulnerable also took a special kind of strength.
Terrifying moment is Qantas plane is forced to abort landing at the last minute as wild winds batter Melbourne
A passenger plane was forced to abort its landing at Melbourne Airport at the last minute after 100km/h winds blew it off course, a terrifying video has revealed. The shocking footage shows a Qantas plane coming down to land at Melbourne Airport on Sunday amid fierce winds. The twin-propeller aircraft, which was travelling from Canberra, was battered by the gales but looked on course to land safely. However, when the plane was just metres above the tarmac, the pilot pulled back up and retracted the aircraft's landing gear. The Qantas flight was just one of many planes buffeted by winds at Melbourne Airport at the weekend, with amateur footage showing several aircraft struggling to land.
Can you spot the VERY subtle signs of a fake viral video? Teen who faked shark clip now claims he has surfed with dolphins in Sydney harbour - so is he telling the truth this time... or is it just another prank?
Teenager Alex Hayes (inset) claims to have captured extraordinary footage (pictured and inset) of him wake surfing with a dolphin off the coast of Sydney. The astonishing footage shows the surfer using a GoPro to film himself riding waves when the dolphin emerges below him. The video appears to show the animal following Mr Hayes along as he trails his friends in a boat, but the footage has not been verified and the teenager has a history of faking similar feats.
'Come back to the modern world!' Back-to-basics mother-of-seven who believes in bed-sharing, baby-wearing and breastfeeding is blasted by British daytime TV viewers after saying she's a '10 out of 10 mum'
Anni Jones, 42, from the Isle of Wight, said her parenting is all about the three Bs - bed-sharing, breastfeeding on demand and baby wearing - so her children are close to her night and day. Appearing on This Morning alongside her husband Shaune and children Jamie, Alfie, Sam, Tiggi, Keani, Freddi and George, she insisted she was a '10 out of 10' mother.
Can YOU tell the Aldi outfit from the designer? Budget supermarket unveils a chic new collection with everything priced at less than $40 - so which is which?
The budget store, which looks set to rival Lidl in the sartorial stakes, says its new collection of on-trend, autumnal 70s-inspired fashion pieces will lure fashion fans on a budget, so can you spot which is from Aldi? L-R: Karl Lagerfeld outfit, which will set you back over £2,000, Supertrash Vocean Faux Fur Gilet, £100, Aldi outfit with a faux fur gilet for £14.99, jeans for £7.99 and a hat for £7.99, and a BCBG Generation Faux Fur Gilet for £200.
The terrifying moment three truck drivers gang up on a young woman as they 'try to run her off the road in a horrific game of cat and mouse'
A traumatised mother has shared terrifying footage of the moment her young family was almost squeezed off the road by truckers. Cassie Kolbakas (left of inset picture, with her sister) claims the truck drivers tried to force her off the road as she was driving near Ballina in New South Wales in the early hours of Monday morning. The video shows the mother-of-three nearly running out of room on the road as she took evasive action after coming down a slipway. Ms Kolbakas' sister's video (pictured) also shows how the family were boxed in by two of the lorries, with one in front and one at the side.
The cutest pumpkin in the patch! Seven-month-old Prince Oscar of Sweden is seen sitting up for the first time at a harvest festival - while cousin Leonore kicks up the Autumn leaves
The Swedish royals have been getting into the autumnal spirit with Prince Oscar, seven months, proudly showing how he can now sit up on a visit to Solliden and Öland's harvest festival (left). Meanwhile Princess Leonore has been kicking up the leaves in London's parks (right) and Prince Carl Philip took an autumnal stroll at Hykjeberg Nature Reserve with Princess Sofia (inset).
Glass-bottomed pools and a SNOW room: Designers reveal what it is like to build $200m superyachts for the world's most demanding customers
Superyacht designers reveal to MailOnline Travel how they create extravagant vessels to satisfy the world's wealthiest one per cent. From the late Steve Jobs' sleek vessel Venus, to the triple deck Galactica Star where Beyonce (centre) celebrated her 32nd birthday, there is an art to designing the perfect yacht for the oligarchs, billionaires and the top echelon of celeb land. Heesen's latest 'Haute Couture' yacht, Galactica Super Nova (top left) features a glass-bottomed infinity pool with its own waterfall (bottom left). The Ariana (top right) boasts an infinity hot tub with glass waterfall steps and concept yacht Kilkea (bottom right) comes complete with a helipad.
'If I don't change, I'll be in one of these caskets': Terrified Philippine drug dealers enter rehab program where they build coffins for the thousands killed in Duterte's war on narcotics
More than 700,000 drug users and pushers have registered with the authorities in the Philippines and to warn them off taking drugs again, they have been trained to make coffins. Authorities hope that with the users seeing the coffins being made, it will encourage them to kick their habit and not become a victim of the war on drugs. Since new Philippines president Duterte was sworn into office on June 30, more than 3,600 people have been killed, mostly alleged drug users and dealers, in police operations and suspected vigilante killings.
Stroke victim dies in NSW hospital where nurses REFUSED to give him a life-saving operation - because he arrived 45 minutes after business hours
A stroke patient died after a hospital refused to give him a life-saving operation because he arrived 45 minutes after business hours. Nick Taousanis (pictured with his wife) was admitted to Wollongong Hospital after suffering a stroke on August 13 at his Shellharbour home in the Illawarra region of NSW. The 81-year-old (pictured with his son in inset) was deemed a candidate to undergo an endovascular clot retrieval but Prince of Wales Hospital administrators would not allow the surgery to go ahead because the support team had finished their shift.
The doggy leotard for a hair-obic workout! New garment for dogs stops them shedding their hair all over the house
A U.S. company has created a range of skin-tight leotards for pampered pooches - a cross between 1980s aerobics gear and a superhero outfit - designed to stop them shedding their hairs indoors. Inventor, Tyson Walters, said: 'People always take pictures of my own dog Harley when she's wearing it and ask where they can get one. Hot pink is one of our hottest selling colours, its fashionable.'
Viewers' outrage as Made In Chelsea star stabs a crocodile to death on Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls
He's known for his lovable and flamboyant character on Made In Chelsea. But Ollie Locke, 28, has left fans furious for mounting and killing a crocodile on Sunday night's episode of Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls. The reality star, who is on the show to raise money for Stand Up to Cancer, was encouraged to jump on the reptiles back and force a knife through the creatures neck.
With a UN report estimating that 100million people around the world do not have a place to call home, photocrowd.com ran a competition, where participants were asked to capture homeless people. And it produced a striking series of images that have been released that show the hardships of people across the globe who are homeless. Among them are a homeless boy in Manila, main, a female beggar in Lisbon, top left, and stray dogs in India, bottom left.
More Don't Miss
IN FEMAIL TODAY...
Out of this world! Photographer captures the Milky Way, a meteor, the moon and an erupting volcano all in the same shot
Photographer Mike Mezeul managed to score a real one-shot wonder - by capturing lava, the Milky Way, the moon and a meteor all in the same image (pictured, right). He was in Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii (inset) when he seized the chance to capture the combination of nature's beauty. He said: 'I was literally in shock. It was my third frame to shoot after the sun had set, and after I saw the meteor, I knew I couldn't beat that image, so I packed it up and headed back.' But by then he had also managed to take this magnificent picture (left) of the clouds of steam created as the lava pours into the Pacific Ocean.
Obese Brazilian Instagram star loses 45kg after having gastric surgery - but says she STILL feels overweight because 'there isn't an operation for the mind'
Technical officer Raina Trindade from Rio, Brazil, lost the weight following a tummy tuck but says in spite of the fact her 20 stone frame has shrunk, she can't help feeling that she's still overweight. The 29-year-old says she still yearns for bad food and can't shake the 'fat mind-set'. (Pictured from left: Raina Trindade before her weight loss, and since she shed seven stone)
Frozen in time: Eerie photographs reveal inside 'Bad Debt Hospital' in U.S. where medical records and even syringes full of blood are exactly where they were left 15 years ago
Harrowing photographs show what remains of the abandoned Hancock Memorial Hospital in south Georgia after it was crippled by debt and forced to close in 2001. Operating theaters are left as they were (top left), an outdated incubator (top right) once used to keep premature babies alive is abandoned in the hallway and the long dark corridors (bottom left) of the disused hospital are littered with relics from a previous decade. More than 9,000 people in Hancock were left without a local hospital when it closed.