The world's fastest catwalk

The world's fastest catwalk

Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Lewis Hamilton – It’s the Mercedes man’s lucky number. Hamilton won his first championship in car No. 44 and also has the number tattooed behind his ear. This season’s title favorite will be wearing a classic “rhubarb and custard” (red and yellow) color combo. Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Lifting the lid on F1’s helmets Sebastian Vettel – Is…

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Q&A: Australia 'not taking its place in the world', former Danish PM says

Q&A: Australia 'not taking its place in the world', former Danish PM says

Updated April 04, 2017 00:04:30 Video: Australia’s foreign aid budget criticised on Q&A (ABC News) “It feels like Australia is not taking its place in the world” when it comes to foreign aid, former prime minister of Denmark and Save the Children International CEO Helle Thorning-Schmidt says, adding the country should be “big [and] influential” in helping with humanitarian situations. Joining Ms Thorning-Schmidt on the Q&A panel was Nobel Peace laureate Muhammad Yunus, Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg, Shadow Minister for Human Services Linda Burney and The Australian’s editor-at-large Paul Kelly….

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Sydneysiders oblivious to star in their midst

Sydneysiders oblivious to star in their midst

SHE’S about to bounce onto our television screens three nights a week as a coach on The Voice Australia, but for now, Kelly Rowland is just like one of the locals. Rowland was made a surprise visit with her husband Tim Witherspoon and son Titan, 2, to trampoline park Sky Zone in Alexandria, Sydney, where staff said she went virtually unrecognised. media_cameraKelly Rowland leaving the Sky Zone trampoline after visiting with her husband Tim Witherspoon. Picture: Brianne Makinmedia_cameraThe family are in town, with the former Destiny’s Child singer set to…

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At least 10 dead in St Petersburg metro explosion: authorities

At least 10 dead in St Petersburg metro explosion: authorities

Updated April 04, 2017 00:09:21 Video: Scenes in St Petersburg after an explosion on a metro train (ABC News) At least 10 people have been killed in an explosion on a train carriage in St Petersburg’s underground metro, Russian authorities say. Fifty people were injured in the blast, Andrey Kibitov, the head of the city governor’s press service said on Twitter. Mr Kibitov said 17 ambulances were treating the injured. Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is in St Petersburg for a meeting with Belarussian leader Alexander Lukashenko, said the cause…

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One Nation co-founder accuses party of abandoning him

One Nation co-founder accuses party of abandoning him

Updated April 04, 2017 08:03:00 David Ettridge, a co-founder of One Nation, has accused the party of abandoning him with huge debts from when he was jailed alongside Pauline Hanson. In 2003, Mr Ettridge and Ms Hanson were imprisoned for electoral fraud but released months later after their convictions were quashed by a Queensland Court. Mr Ettridge said his legal ordeal cost him his house and his personal wealth. He told the ABC’s Four Corners program he had sought compensation from One Nation — joining a number of former officials…

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