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A British man who miraculously survived a fall from a 15th-storey balcony in New Zealand while drunkenly trying to break into his apartment has labelled himself an "idiot". Tom Stilwell (20) plummeted from the balcony in his Auckland apartment block in the early hours of Sunday morning, suffering broken bones and cuts but leaving experts amazed that he was still alive. Stilwell had ...
For a 72-year-old guy who’s admitted killing the equivalent of the roster of a minor league baseball team over three decades, Johnny Martorano’s hair is, amazingly, as brown as mine was when I graduated high school in 1967 - a time when his death toll stood at only a couple of people.The great thing about watching this henchman’s testimony on a high-def closed circuit feed from ...
The defamation battle between Treasurer Troy Buswell and his former parliamentary lover Adele Carles has taken a twist, with the deposed MP revealing she is attempting to sue millionaire property developer Nigel Satterley. Ms Carles is being sued for defamation by the controversialtreasurer, after their affair spectacularly soured in public late last year amid allegations of inappropriate ...
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WELLINGTON (AFP) – A British man who miraculously survived a fall from a 15th-storey balcony in New Zealand while drunkenly trying to break into his apartment has labelled himself an "idiot".Tom Stilwell, 20, plummeted from the balcony in his Auckland apartment block in the early hours of Sunday morning, suffering broken bones and cuts but leaving experts amazed that he was still ...
Video: NHL draft talents fly under the radar at Memorial Cup On this day, Game 3 of the 2013 Stanley Cup final, Dougie Hamilton turned 20 years of age. He is now a rookie defenceman with the team he sat watching two years ago as one of several top prospects brought to the final by the NHL in advance of the upcoming amateur draft.This Cup final, for the 20th year in a row, the NHL has brought the ...
How do you get paid? By check? Direct deposit? Cash (under the table – shhhhh)? These are all legitimate ways to be paid for your work nowadays. Heck, direct deposit has been our method of choice for the past 20 years. But have you ever been paid by debit card? That’s what happened to Natalie Gunshannon last month. The 27-year-old mother of one, took a job at the Dallas, ...
New software developed at MIT can be used to help people practice their interpersonal skills until they feel more comfortable with situations such as a job interview or a first ...
(The Washington Post) -- Summer's here, and the time is right for ...? Remaining absolutely still, as always. There's plenty of television to choose from, but that whole notion of summer being the most provocative and experimental TV season is losing its luster. Here's the annual quick-hit guide to what looks interesting. "The Killing": The show's stars look just as ...
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Our nuclear programmes are completely transparent. But we are ready to show greater transparency and make clear for the whole world that the steps of the Islamic Republic of Iran are completely within international frameworks. The sanctions are unfair, the Iranian people are suffering, and our (nuclear) activities are legal. These sanctions are illegal and only benefit Israel.
Iran's president-elect was speaking after his historic election victory.
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A sideline reporter for Fox Sports Wisconsin had an on-air scare after a stray baseball came close to cause injury to her.
The incident happened before the third inning of the Pirates' 5-2 win over the Brewers, as Sophia Minneart was about to present the broadcast's Twitter poll.
The ball hit Minneart's right hand and making her drop her mic, the New York Daily News reported.
However, she quickly regained her composure and finished the segment.
According to Yahoo! Sports, the ball most likely got away from a Brewers player who was trying to throw a souvenir to a fan in the stands. (ANI)
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