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Barnaby Joyce's ex-wife Natalie slams his TV interview as 'an absolute disgrace'

Barnaby Joyce's estranged wife Natalie (centre, with her four daughters) has described his paid TV interview as 'an absolute disgrace' - breaking her long silence about his affair with Vikki Campion. The former deputy prime minister's wife told the Australian Women's Weekly she was not surprised Ms Campion had sold the couple's story to Channel Seven (couple together left, bottom right). Ms Joyce said: 'It begs the question, if Barney agreed to be a part of it, how could he allow his four girls to be overlooked?' 'I wouldn't want a cent of that money, it was all we could do to watch it without throwing a brick at the TV'. Mr Joyce and his former media adviser sold their story to Seven for $150,000, with the money going to a trust fund for their new baby boy Sebastian (inset). 

Woman, 25, wins fight to use her dead boyfriend's sperm to start the family of three they

A young woman who fought to use sperm she harvested from her dead boyfriend's body has won her court case. Brisbane Supreme Court justice Sue Brown handed down her landmark decision on Wednesday. Ayla Cresswell (main, inset), 25, was granted permission to harvest sperm from her boyfriend Joshua Davies (main, inset) immediately after he died suddenly almost two years ago, and that decision was followed by today's ruling from Justice Brown which determined Ms Cresswell should be able to use Mr Davies' reproductive tissue to have children, but said it was up to the particular medical clinic to decide if it was satisfied to go ahead with the procedure. Ms Cresswell, a bank worker, discovered her boyfriend dead in their Toowoomba home, 130km west of Brisbane in August 2016. Ms Cresswell said it was the young couple's dream to start a family and have three children together. 

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Police have been told during the argument a 21-year-old man picked up a stroller, which had a five-month-old baby inside, and threw it before leaving the scene.

Missing woman Madeline Bigatton's final text message to Bitcoin millionaire husband

The missing wife of an international Bitcoin entrepreneur sent a text message to her husband telling him to 'feed the dog' and left her wedding ring in the car, moments before she disappeared. Madeline Bigatton (pictured), 48, was captured on CCTV getting into her car (bottom right) in the driveway of her family home (top right) at Carss Park, in Sydney's south, on the morning of March 25. The mother-of-two then dropped her daughter at a friend's house nearby, and is believed to have driven up to Kurnell, where her black Kia Sorento was found parked later that night. Mrs Bigatton has not been seen since. Now three months since her disappearance, relatives revealed to Daily Mail Australia Mrs Biggaton's final message to her husband John (inset) in which she asked him to care for their family pets. 

Srijan Polasani drove a couple from Richmond to St Kilda in Melbourne on Monday. The male passenger claimed to have no cash or cards and said he would transfer $50 using the ANZ app.

The man was with a friend in Queenstown, New Zealand, in the early hours of Wednesday morning when police say they were assaulted by two men.

ANZ has admitted it underestimated the downturn in Australian real estate markets, as tighter bank lending rules bite and wipe off close to $100,000 from recent peak median house prices in big cities.

Hanging washing out on the line is a tedious chore and any parent will know how much washing they need to do to keep up with their little ones. Luckily one parent has figured out a hack to make it easier.

Newcastle schoolgirl's alleged rapist Brett David Hill offered to move Malaysian lover to

A vagrant who allegedly kidnapped and raped an 11-year-old girl for five hours had recently promised to bring a Malaysian woman to Australia. Brett David Hill (pictured for the first time centre), 47, claimed he would buy his 'babe' (inset) plane tickets to Sydney and spoke of a future living together on a boat near Newcastle. But the relationship broke down. The woman (right) told Daily Mail Australia she was stunned by the police claims: 'His friends tell me just yesterday, I'm shock(ed).' Her comments came as a court on Wednesday lifted an interim court order suppressing Hill's name.

A vagrant who allegedly kidnapped and raped an 11-year-old girl in a five hour ordeal posted bizarre cartoons to Facebook - one about finding a dildo and another about private parts.

The student was carrying the sharp pole across the school football oval when it got stuck in the ground and stabbed the boy in the eye.

From a bar of chocolate to a grande latte, food cravings are part of busy everyday life. But now, one nutritionist is explaining why your craving might mean you need something else instead.

FEMAIL spoke to wine expert Peter Nixon to find out about the current market and the best bottles that perform well above their budget price tags of less than $10.

Woman has $830 withdrawn by Uber in three days without using the ride-sharing service

Georgia Sugar (right), from Melbourne, posted a photo to Uber's Facebook page demanding to know why Uber withdrew $830 from her bank account (left) despite her not using the service. She said the surprise transactions have left her with only $200 to live on, and described the experience as the 'worst customer experience you can have'.

The hunt is underway for a man who allegedly masturbated in front of a female commuter on a Melbourne train. Detectives have released a picture of a man they wish to speak with.

Finding the most comfortable position while lying in bed can be difficult, with many hours spent tossing and turning. Here, FEMAIL reveals thee best and worst positions for your overall health.

Paris Kamper funeral: Grieving mother's heartbreaking tribute to her daughter

Sandy Kamper (left), the mother of a 15-year-old girl who consumed a fatal alcoholic cocktail in the family home hopes her daughter's death could save other lives. Paris Kamper (inset) died after a 'devastating accident' that has left her family and friends bereft, her funeral service heard on Wednesday. The girl's mother Sandy told more than 400 mourner's at the Hillsong chapel at Baulkham Hills, in Sydney's north-west, they should all 'own' her daughter's story. 'The only thing I can grasp hold of is... maybe her story will save someone's life,' she said. 'In this moment I want you all to own her story as your story.' Top right: Paris's colourful casket. Bottom right: Paris's polo helmet and two of the 400 mourners who celebrated her life.

With Coles catching out 'hundreds of thieves every week', Australian shoppers are continually getting savvy to avoid detection when stealing from self-service checkouts.

GRAPHIC WARNING: A vegetarian mum (pictured) is traumatised to find a chicken head 'frozen in a silent scream,' in a packet she purchased at Coles, near Murwillumbah, New South Wales.

'We don't want you there anyway!' Today's under-pressure host Karl Stefanovic unleashes a stunning attack on rival breakfast show Sunrise over their Logies boycott

Karl Stefanovic has unleashed a tirade against his breakfast TV rivals Sunrise after Channel Seven announced its top talent would not be attending the Logie Awards. It was reported this week that Seven stars including Samantha Armytage and David Koch would be skipping next Sunday's ceremony because the Logies had 'lost relevance'. Speaking on Wednesday's Today show, Karl raged: 'I hear our opposition isn't coming this year. What, they're too good to support the local industry? To support their own network colleagues who have been lucky enough to be nominated for their hard work? Well, we don't want you there anyway. You're all boring!'

Dr Hazel Wallace Food Medic shares photo of how much of each food group to eat every meal

Dr Hazel Wallace, the Food Medic, has shared a snap (pictured) of a very well-balanced meal on Instagram that follows the advice of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) following a recent study. The analysis reveals we should eat more veg and less processed meat and sugar. Now Dr Wallace has shared photos of what a truly healthy plate really looks like.

Female driver, 27, relives terrifying moment cyclist 'lunged at her' in Melbourne road

A female driver has recalled the moment a furious male cyclist opened her car door and 'tried to grab at her' during a frightening road rage attack. Tarrah Burns (left and right) was walking to her parked car on Melbourne's St Kilda Road (Google street view inset) when the incident unfolded on Tuesday afternoon. The 27-year-old said she saw a cyclist approaching from a distance and assumed she had time to safely enter her vehicle, which she did. 'The cyclist stopped his bike, opened my door and lunged across to take a swing at me... He was spitting, shouting at me, trying to grab at me,' Ms Burns said.

Australian mother-of-three Gina Tambasco, 48, ended sessions with her personal trainer a year ago, saying it was one of the best decisions she's ever made. She told FEMAIL it has saved her $5,000.

Woolworths and Coles are being warned by Dick Smith (pictured) to simplify their business models to ensure that they aren't wiped out by successful German supermarket store, Aldi.

Mother-of-five reveals the sweet reason she still breastfeeds her seven-year-old son

Adelaide mother-of-five Lisa Bridger (right), who has been breastfeeding her children for a collective 20 years, has a very special reason for keeping up the practice - even though her son Chase (left and younger inset) is seven years old. 'I started to notice he would behave a little differently from my other kids at six months. He wouldn't want to stay strapped into the pram, didn't like full-on cuddles... but would nurse happily,' she told FEMAIL. 'I would often baby-wear but he'd be hysterical unless I was feeding him.' Chase, and his younger brother Phoenix, four, (top inset) have both been diagnosed with autism and are still being breastfed - mainly because it helps to soothe them.

Beauty aficionados know finding a product that glides on and makes your skin glow is always a win. A CC cream by It Cosmetics is currently a hit with customers - FEMAIL reveals why.

Graeme, surname withheld, uses the Ciggies World website to buy roll-your-own tobacco over the internet, which is shipped from Indonesia.

Mega mansion hits the market after starting out as a run-down dairy farm  

A dairy farm turned multi-million dollar luxury country mansion has hit the market after its owner decided he wanted to move closer to his business interests in the city. The 42 hectare estate, complete with world class equestrian facilities, is located among the rolling hills and fresh air of the Sunshine Coast hinterland in southeast Queensland. Well known bookie Dean Shannon, the current Neds managing director and former Ladbrokes CEO, is selling up and hoping he backed a winner with his initial $7 million dollar purchase of the property.

James Fowler said he was scared for his life when he spotted the giant beast with tiger teeth prowling around the dark Fraser Coast hinterland region in Queensland.

Police have said controversial rapper XXXTentacion was gunned down outside a Florida motorcycle dealership on Monday. But a video doing the rounds online claims his death is a hoax.

'I'm learning to embrace the seasons': Shane Warne's ex-wife Simone Callahan, 48, strips off for a backyard yoga session... despite Melbourne being the coldest city in the WORLD

Melbourne was the coldest major city in the world on Tuesday, with the mercury dropping to -4°C. But that didn't stop Shane Warne's ex-wife Simone Callahan, 48, from stripping down to her underwear for a backyard yoga session. Taking to Instagram, the scantily-clad mother-of-three told her followers she was 'learning to embrace the seasons'. 

The female teacher, 57, allegedly assaulted four children aged between eight and 10 at a south-west Sydney school between April 30 and May 18 this year.

Children's author Melanie Notaras revealed her simple trick for improving your baby's reading skills, before they can even read - and it won't cost you time or money. FEMAIL takes a look.

Mother breaks down at funeral of her five-year-old son allegedly 'stabbed to death by his

The mother (right) of a five-year-boy who was allegedly murdered by his father broke down in tears as she arrived at his funeral service. The child, who was found with horrific stab wounds at the family home in Carlingford in Sydney's north-west two weeks ago, was farewelled by hundreds of mourners at Macquarie Park Crematorium on Wednesday morning. The heartbroken mother shared a long and tearful embrace with a family member outside the Magnolia Chapel, before sharing a silent prayer with a Buddhist monk and made the traditional Thai 'wai' gesture of respect. Mourners said goodbyes before the casket was closed, and a bouquet of flowers placed on the boy's chest and on top of coffin (middle). 'Words cannot express our gratitude. Your kindness and comfort are deeply appreciated,' the funeral handout read (inset). Reverend Ken Fischer told mourners the ceremony was a 'celebration of [the boy's] life'. He also spoke of the father's mental health battles in the lead up to the tragedy, before the boy's grandmother (left) recited a song the pair would sing together. The boy’s 36-year-old father, who can't be identified for legal reasons, was charged with the murder of his son following the tragic incident on June 8.

Alicia Barber has ​bravely ​told how she must bathe her one-year-old son Jamison in household bleach to help him shed his skin due to a rare disease which has left him covered in scales.

Optus is accused of racism over its 'Ethnic Dads' comedy segment that mocked European immigrants using thick accents during their shabby World Cup coverage

Optus' World Cup coverage has taken another hit as viewers slam a cringe-inducing 'racist' segment. Comedy group Sooshi Mango (right) joined host Mel McLaughlin (left) and former Australian football star Mark Schwarzer during their coverage of the tournament. Playing their roles as 'Ethnic Dads', the group's appearance was criticised by viewers who said it was 'nearly as bad as their attempt at broadcasting the World Cup' and 'as funny as a prostate exam'. The group's appearance was intended to make light of European immigrants to Australia. Social media users slammed the segment as being 'racist'. 'Being racist and sexist is not going to get you back into anyone's good books,' one person said. The comedy group Sooshi Mango sell 'wog merch' on their website, branded with slogans such as 'straight [out of] wogville' which 'only real wogs can relate to'.

MARTIN SAMUEL AT ST PETERSBURG STADIUM: Mo Salah's chance to shine at a World Cup looks over as host nation Russia moved within touching distance of the last 16 with a stunning victory.

Sports journalist Julieth Gonzalez Theran was reporting from the World Cup in Saransk, Russia, when a man walked on camera, grabbed her breast and kissed her on the cheek.

Socceroos star Tim Cahill is selling his Melbourne mansion

Australian Socceroos star Tim Cahill has put his sprawling, multi-million dollar home on the market. The six-bedroom mansion - which features a swimming pool, spa and a floodlit tennis court with a pavilion - is located in Lower Plenty in Melbourne. Tim, 38, and his interior designer wife Rebekah paid $2.775million for the 4182sqm property in October 2016,  Realestate.com.au reported on Wednesday.

It's no secret that we eat more and move less during winter. According to Australian dietitian Susie Burrell, there are five main excuses we use that can result in us piling on the kilos in the cooler months.

Mother-of-six reveals the eight rude questions she gets asked

Krechelle Carter, a mother-of-six under the age of seven (left and right with her family) from Adelaide, South Australia, has revealed some of the stranger questions she is asked by people on the street. The popular blogger has shared a candid account of how she copes when people 'rustle up to her at the shops' and question her about her life.

Trainer shares the truth behind getting a six pack - and reveals how long it really takes

While these days it's common knowledge that you can't get a six pack overnight, one trainer has revealed just how much effort it takes to sculpt abs like you see on social media. Cassandra Olholm (left, centre and right), from Cairns, posted two photographs side by side, showing her strength training results after one year and five years. The 27-year-old also wrote a lengthy post to dispel the myth that you can create a six pack with a little effort and clean diet - explaining that instead it's down to two things.

Australian golfing great Peter Thomson has died after a battle with Parkinson's disease, which he had been fighting for the past four years. Based in Melbourne, Thomson was 88.

Raunchy videos, an undercover cop and some VERY dirty money: How police snared tattooed Australian tour guide 'organising yacht orgies’ after he boasted Thai women 'will do anything if you fill them up with grog'

An undercover sting operation led to the downfall of an Australian tour guide selling orgies on luxurious yachts in the Thai sex capital.  Stephen Allan Carpenter, 49, was arrested in Saraburi, Thailand, after he fled the nation's notorious sex capital of Pattaya and went into hiding.  Police caught wind of the booze-fuelled events from Carpenter's own brazen advertisement of his involvement in the sex trade. 

Holistic blogger shares raw account of her body transformation

Sarah Stevenson, from Sydney, has always been a fiercely confident go-getter who would never snooze her alarm for the gym - but things have changed a lot in seven years. 'This was the beginning of my health and fitness journey,' she wrote alongside an image of herself in 2011 (left). Next to it was a very toned shot of her in activewear which according to Sarah was 'the leanest she'd ever been' (middle). On the far right was an updated image of her today: happy, healthy, confident and balanced (right).

Daily Mail Online spoke to two sex therapists who say that cannabis can relieve pressure, decrease pain and bring about a feeling of relaxation, all of which, in turn, could help boost your libido.

Trump administration officials have been sending babies and other young children forcibly separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border to at least...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle join the Queen at Royal Ascot

The Duchess of Sussex, 36, joined her husband Prince Harry, 33, and his grandmother the Queen, 92, (bottom right, with Princess Anne) for her first ever appearance at the Royal Ascot in Berkshire today. The newlyweds presented a trophy to jockey Frankie Dettori (inset eft), who rode to victory on horse Without Parole in the St James's Palace Stakes. He made the bold move of kissing the Duchess on the hand while up on stage as Harry watched on (bottom left). Prince Charles is also at Ascot today along with the Duchess of Cornwall (top right). The jockey, a father of five, said Meghan 'giggled' when he told her his son would be pleased to learn she had presented his cup.


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Lisa Armstrong 'suspected' Ant McPartlin's romance with former PA

Lisa Armstrong has already reportedly slammed her former pal Anne-Marie Corbett for 'breaking girl code' with her romance with her estranged husband, Ant McPartlin. And it has now emerged that the make-up artist 'suspected months ago' that their former PA was romantically involved with her former flame after seeing a picture of Ant carrying a packed lunch which appeared to be given to him by Anne-Marie. While the new relationship came to light on Saturday, a source told The Mirror that Lisa already had a sneaking suspicion: 'It was a niggling feeling at the back of her mind.'

Cricket legend Shane Warne has taken to social media to express his shock at Australia's brutal defeat by England in the third One Day International at Trent Bridge in England. 

Prosecutors urged jurors to reject claims made by Perth pensioner Ernest Fisher, 67, that he killed his son Matthew Fisher-Turner, 23, in self-defence, saying the killing was 'effectively an execution'.

Woolworths and Coles last July joined a push to rid Australia of disposable plastic bags and set a deadline of June 30, 2018 for their stores to stop offering them to shoppers.

Eugenie, 28, joined fiancé Jack Brooksbank at the black tie do in Hyde Park which was also attended by sister Princess Beatrice, Lady Kitty Spencer and Lady Amelia Windsor.

'This is appalling': Furious customer reveals the sneaky McDonald's trick that is 'ripping people off' - and you won't believe how they're doing it

A man has claimed to uncovered a McDonald's is ripping off customers to the tune of 'millions of dollars.' The New Zealander did a side by side comparison of buns and patties to reveal the 'sham.' The video was shared online has has caused hundred of people to debate the issue.

Hagin, the president's point-man on the nuclear summit with North Korea's dictator, made headlines for keeping Trump in the dark about key details negotiated in advance – so he couldn't tweet them.

Researchers led by Cambridge University PhD student Stephanie Payne compared the length of people arms in Nepal and found those living at altitude have significantly shorter forearms.

That's no downward dog! Love Island raises eyebrows yet again with a racy 'couples yoga' session that sees the contestants  twist into some VERY risque poses

Channel 9's Love Island has just raised the bar, and a fair few eyebrows, with a very racy workout on Tuesday's episode. The islanders were challenged to a risque 'couples yoga' session that required them to twist into some very revealing poses.  Designed to help the pairs 'bond,' the moves, lead by an instructor, included the couples pressing against one another's crotches and leaning back. 

Donald Trump's U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley pulled the United States out of the United Nations Human Rights Council, attacking the body as 'not worthy of its name'.

Two years after she discovered her boyfriend Joshua Davies dead in their Toowoomba, QLD home, Ayla Cresswell, 25, will learn whether she has the right to become a mother using his sperm.

Demonic possession - depicted in countless works of art and films such as The Exorcist (main) - is real, insists New York psychiatrist Dr Richard Gallagher (inset), who says he's seen it firsthand

Can YOU spot the naked woman? Identical twins walk down Hollywood Boulevard in 'matching outfits' to see if people notice that one is actually nude and wearing nothing but BODY PAINT

Body painter Jen Seidel, 49, from Baltimore, Maryland, and her daughter Kennedy Walsh, 18, teamed up with identical twin sisters and influencers, Hannah and Leah Stacey, 25, to see if people would be able to tell which twin was fully clothed and which wasn't. As part of a social experiment, they painted Hannah's body in faded jeans and a black, lacy top to see if people would notice the difference between them. Jen captured the reactions in an eight-minute video and while some were able to spot the difference, most people were left perplexed by the similar 'outfits'.

Peak hour train commuters watched on horror as a a brawl allegedly erupted between youths near a train station in Melbourne's southeast. A girl was taken to hospital in a serious condition.

Swiss scientists have developed specialized kidney cells that release insulin when caffeine is detected. Someday, these could allow diabetics to control their blood sugar with cups of coffee.

King Salman issued a royal decree relieving Ahmed al-Khatib of his post as head of Saudi Arabia's the General Entertainment Authority after a social media backlash about the circus.

Heavily-tattooed State of Origin stars reveal the secret meanings behind their elaborate

They put their body on the line when playing State of Origin but it's also what's on their body which is just as significant. A raft of rugby league stars boast heavily-tattooed physiques, with words and intricate artworks. And for the players, their elaborate ink holds special meaning. For NSW Blues forward Tariq Sims (left), the words and designs on his upper body represent the close connection to his family. Queensland Maroons players Josh McGuire (top right with former Maroons star Nate Myles) and Kalyn Ponga (bottom right) also sport eye-catching tattoos.

Name one Australian woman who hasn't felt embarrassed buying condoms. But now, three friends are turning the sex industry on its head with an organic female focused condom. Here's Jonny!

A young woman in Perth was granted bail after ‘biting a female police officer on the neck during a violent arrest’ despite facing six months of mandatory time behind bars if convicted.

Nearly 55 per cent out of 1200 Australians surveyed in March thought the number of migrants coming int the country was 'too high' - the highest number ever recorded.

In January this year, California became the sixth state to legalise cannabis sales for recreational use. As with other states, the principal lure was money in the form of taxes on legal sales of the drug.

Kimberley Miners on how ISIS recruiter brainwashed her on Facebook

Glamour model Kimberley Miners, 29, from London, claims she was groomed and indoctrinated online by IS recruiter Naweed Hussain and almost ended up in Syria as his wife. She said they wanted her to become the next 'White Widow' and follow in the footsteps of Sally Jones, a British mother of one who sacrificed her life to the cause earlier this year. Miss Miners (pictured centre in her modelling days, right in 2016 and inset right in Islamic dress) was arrested by anti-terror police last year after they discovered correspondence between her and Hussain (left) which included a bomb-making manual. She said last night how she believed ISIS wanted to use her as a new version of Jones (inset left).

Hang on - that's not a burrow! Wombat mistakes washing machine for an underground hidey hole in delightful video

A hilarious video has been posted online of a wombat mistaking a washing machine for a burrow. In the footage, which was uploaded on Sunday, the wombat can be seen crawling into the open washing machine and burrowing its way between the pile of clothes. The clip was posted by the Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary in regional NSW, which is Australia's largest sanctuary for the animals and has been operating for over 14 years.

A team of Facebook engineers utilized a novel technology called 'in-painting', where a program fills in a space with what it thinks should be there. The results are strikingly realistic.

He was embroiled in scandal during the 'Ubergate' controversy earlier this year, and Karl Stefanovic found himself in the doghouse once again on Wednesday.

Meghan Markle channels Audrey Hepburn on her first outing to Ascot

In a bespoke white dress by her wedding designer, Givenchy, with a black and white hat by another new favourite, Philip Treacy, Meghan gave a modern twist to a famous outfit from the Hollywood musical. She and husband Prince Harry received a rapturous welcome and later presented a winner’s trophy to jockey Frankie Dettori, who kissed her hand. Inside the winner’s enclosure, Meghan – who pinned her royal enclosure badge to her bag rather than her dress – could be seen getting on famously with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, who was resplendent in gold Dior and another Philip Treacy hat.

Melania Trump is hosting Queen Letizia of Spain for afternoon tea in the red room of the White House on Tuesday as their husbands meet in the Oval Office.  

Cifas, set up to combat fraud, and Forensic Pathways, which provides software for criminal investigations, say fraudsters are now regularly posting stolen information on forums.

Elizabeth Mary Isherwood, 60, of Wolverhampton, died during a week-long stay at a holiday complex near Machynlleth in Wales last year.

The full-time barista positions have been advertised for a staggering $73,000. They also come with six weeks' holiday plus overtime pay. Taxpayers will fork out the massive sum.

Another tragic scene from our filthy planet: Underwater footage shows fish attempting to EAT a filthy cigarette butt carelessly dropped in the ocean near Melbourne

Video footage shows the heartbreaking moment stunning fish make contact with a cigarette butt. Filmed at Mornington Peninsula, south of Melbourne, the cigarette butt is captured descending towards the ocean floor as tiny fish swim around the toxic butt in eager interest.

Daniel Vidot, 28, retired from the Brisbane Broncos in 2015 following a footy career that saw him play 100 first grade games. Now, the Gold Coaster will step into a brand new role as the 'Samoan Ghost'.

The middle-aged man held out a plastic pouch and pleaded for help onboard a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Shiraz, ignoring repeated requests from staff to sit down - reports Daily Pakistan.

Female driver is DRAGGED through the window of a silver Mustang after 'running over a police officer in a high speed chase with children in the backseat' in Perth

Dramatic footage has emerged of a police officer dragging a woman out of a silver Mustang after a high speed chase that ended when the driver collided head-on with a another car. The crash and the ensuing arrest caused chaos on the Reid Highway in Perth.


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Same-sex couple Christian Newman Mark Edwards celebrate baby after finding surrogate via

A same-sex couple who turned to Facebook to find a surrogate mother have welcomed their baby boy after spending nearly $60,000 to fulfil their dream of being a family. Christian Newman 34, (second from right) and his husband Mark Edwards, 35, (second from left) are embracing the joys of parenthood after their son Francis Newman-Edwards was born via IVF on June 6. The doting fathers, from Auckland, began trying for their first child in 2016 - but it would take them more than three emotional years - and tens of thousands of dollars to become the happy family of three. Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the proud parents - who have been together for 10 years - spoke candidly about the arrival of their son following a whirlwind journey. Alisa Herrera Hayman (far left) made the gracious decision to donate her eggs to the couple after Aleisha Hart (far right) offered to be the surrogate mother.

Researchers from the University of East Anglia found that 17 per cent of e-cigarette users once enjoyed smoking and had to intention of quitting after just trying an e-cigarette 'on a whim'.

Who is the evil kitten kicker? Hunt is on for man seen booting a cat 25 yards as his friend cheers him on to 'kick a field goal'

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT: A man was caught on video kicking a kitten 'like a field goal' on a high school field to impress a friend. The man was seen in a Snapchat video at Center High School in Kansas City, Missouri, on the evening of May 22, and the school's principal contacted animal control on May 24.  Officials have still not been able to identify the man, who is believed to have kicked the kitten about 20-25 yards, according to estimates from animal health experts. In the video, one man can be heard laughing, yelling 'field goals n****' to his friend.



Neighbourhood war erupts as mother hits out at man for installing security cameras because they might film up her daughter's skirt while she's on the trampoline

A couple have gone to great extents to stop their neighbour's CCTV cameras encroaching on their property. Queenslander's Michael and Jenny (right) have been arguing with their neighbour, Brendan (left), since the moment they were set up. Their concern is the threat the camera's pose on their children's safety, as the camera's can see straight into their yard (right)

Footage of the fight shows men brawling each other as women scream out in horror. The skirmish has been condemned by the party and resulted in an elderly woman being assaulted.

Royal Ascot fashion as day one of the horse racing gets underway

Royal Ascot revellers were in high-spirits on Tuesday afternoon following a day of fun and frivolity at the races. Women showed off their dance moves in the middle of a well-heeled enclosure (centre and right), while others were snapped making their way through the crowd with a jug of Pimm's (left). Meanwhile a full day in heels proved too much for some and they kicked off their shoes to enjoy the final few hours in bare feet (inset). The five-day spectacle - the jewel in the crown of the racing season - kicked off in Berkshire today.