New lead in 15 year old cold case as Brisbane man is charged with murder

A 53 year old Brisbane man has been arrested and charged with the murder of 61 year old Gerhard Bruno Wagner 15 years ago. He has also been charged with interfering with a corpse

TOWIE’s Lauren Goodger posts photo of herself wearing a thong

The 28-year-old no doubt stunned her followers when she uploaded the picture which appeared to be a belfie, in which she wears nothing but a purple lacy thong.

US taxpayers are funding studies of sea monkeys swimming patterns and more

Washington has been 'wasting' $25billion on massages for rabbits, tweeting terrorists and putting mountain lions on treadmills, U.S. senator Tom Coburn writes in a new book.

North Korean detainee lands back home in Ohio

A plane carrying Jeffrey Fowle touched down on Wednesday morning at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton, Ohio (pictured).

Ferguson cop Darren Wilson’s FULL version of why he shot Michael Brown

Darren Wilson, a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, described to investigators how Brown allegedly twisted his pistol towards his hip in an intense struggle directly before he killed him.

Ever wanted to LIVE in ‘God’s House’? Inside the sprawling $1.8million home that was once a CHURCH (and a school – before it was converted) 

This sale is an opportunity to own a little piece of heaven. A Sydney church has been converted into a beautiful, beachside seven-bedroom home and is now on the market.

Jeremy Crocker did raise concern over Jenny Winder taking holiday during term time

Jenny Winder, 53, head of Elstow Primary School near Bedford, is taking a week off after the Christmas holidays for a beach break despite it being the start of school term.

Zaky Mallah calls Islamic State militants ‘w**kers’ on Channel Ten’s The Project

Sydney's Zaky Mallah (pictured) - who was the first man in Australia to be charged with terrorism - also said he hoped ASIO was onto the young people who were thinking of travelling to Syria.

Lynda Bellingham revealed plans for Christmas in interview before her death

The actress recorded her last TV interview earlier this month and told how she was 'obsessed' with Christmas and was determined to see one more

Original Star Wars sketches used to plan scenes sell for £10k

These are some of the amazing original sketches that outline key scenes of the original Star Wars movies. Among the moments featured are the moment Darth Vader tells Luke that he's his father.

Man left with £1,800 phone bill after daughter downloaded 28 hours worth of videos on loom bands

Trinity Groves, from Shropshire, racked up the massive phone bill over a two week period on her Nokia Lumia after her home's Wi-Fi stopped working.

UFO spotted in NASA video of astronauts repairing International Space Station

A UFO photobombed astronauts making repairs to the International Space (ISS) earlier this month - setting off a wild frenzy of speculation online.

Victoria police negotiate with man in Wedderburn after gun shots

It is not known if there was anyone with the man inside the Wedderburn house - north of Melbourne. Officers arrived at the scene just before 8.30pm on Wednesday.

Five For Fighting writes song for “Hawaii Five-0″

John Ondrasik tells CBS News' Lauren Moraski about "All For One," the song he wrote and recorded for the 100th episode of the hit CBS series.

Blow for David Cameron as new EU chief calls for MORE European immigration

Jean-Claude Juncker, who became European Commission president despite the objections of Mr Cameron, told one of his new commissioners to 'promote freedom of movement' within the EU

Hartlepool trainee teacher sent away from Catholic school because of her tattoos 

Mother-of-two Charlotte Tumilty claims she was sent away from her first day at a new job at St John Vianney's Primary School in Hartlepool because her arms and neck are covered in tattoos.

Child abuse inquiry chair Fiona Woolf ‘beyond the pale’ and must step down over Leon Brittan links

Fiona Woolf admitted she entertained the former Home Secretary and his wife three times at dinner parties at her house, and twice went to his central London home for dinner.

English Heritage reveals nation’s forgotten treasures in need of restoration 

English Heritage has revealed the sites it says are in need of rescue as part of the most comprehensive 'Heritage at Risk' register it has ever compiled.

Get off my bench! Labour’s ‘awkward squad’ of working class MPs try to ambush Ukip’s Douglas Carswell to steal his seat… but he goes campaigning in Rochester instead 

EXCLUSIVE: Mr Carswell lost a behind-the-scenes battle for the best seats in the House of Commons – after a secret ambush by Labour MPs at 8am this morning, MailOnline can reveal.

Lily Allen flashes her stomach in revealing green crop-top 

The 29-year-old singer cut a casual figure in socks and sandals when she stepped out in Santa Monica, California with a male companion on Tuesday.

Gloucestershire Londis Shopkeeper fights off two robbers armed with a bottle of kitchen cleaner

John Seabright was behind the counter at the Londis shop in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, when two masked raiders barged in and demanded that he open the till.

Family in Dumfriesshire find man in wig and dress being whipped

Allan Pagan and Natalie Fairhurst were taking their two-year-old daughter on a pony ride when they came across two men enjoying a spanking session in broad daylight near Waterbeck, Dumfriesshire.

England World Cup-winning Ray Wilson’s 1966 medal set to fetch £100k at auction

England left-back Ray Wilson's World Cup medal is on sale for the second time after it previously sold for £80,750 in 2002. It is expected to sell for more than £100,000 next months.

Erupting geysers, ghostly Aurora Borealis and the rusting wreck of a US navy plane: Striking images capture the beauty of Iceland

Finn Beales, 36, has more than 340,000 followers on Instagram thanks to his talent for capturing the world's most astounding scenery and described Iceland as 'like another planet'.

Woman who had no idea she was pregnant gives birth at GP surgery

Clare Evans, 24, from Newport, South Wales, was complaining of abdominal pain and went to her doctor. Hours later her waters broke and she gave birth in the GP surgery's treatment room.

Passenger taken from Newark Airport to be evaluated for Ebola

Flagged passengers arrived to New Jersey via Belgium and to Chicago O'Hare with origins in Liberia.

Scientists find universal explanation for dazzling colours – and it could help create better lighting

Scientists at Bristol University claim that the same microscopic layers of crystals are responsible for the reflective scales of fish as they are for iridescent colours on butterfly wings.

Newly single Jordin Sparks gets her septum pierced with a nose ring

With eight tattoos to her name, it's no wonder Jordin Sparks wanted to try something a bit new next time she visited a tattoo parlour.

Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan’s wedding dance choreographed by Strictly’s Karen Hauer

Professional dance partner Karen Hauer's fiancé and fellow Strictly star Kevin Clifton has revealed he and his future wife are helping Mark to surprise Michelle with a show stopping routine.

Pope Francis tries on baseball cap during his general audience in Rome 

The pontiff bowed his head and happily accepted the gift while speaking to crowds in the Vatican City, Rome.

Cameron challenges Miliband to let international inspectors into the NHS in Wales to expose failings on Labour’s watch

The Prime Minister said the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) was welcome to visit the health service in England to compare it to scandal-hit Wales.

National Geographic infographic reveals what the world consumes

The interactive graph shows the world's average diet, that Germans drink the most alcohol, while Americans consume the most sugar and Indians are most likely to be vegetarian.

How arguing with your spouse could make you FAT: Marital rows and depression lead to fewer calories being burned after meals

Researchers from Ohio State University found rowing couples with a history of depression burned fewer calories after meals, which translates to putting on and extra 12 pounds a year.

How to boost YOUR mobile phone’s battery life: Interactive guide gives tailor-made tips for individual handsets

EXCLUSIVE: The guide was created by Glasgow-based liGo. It reveals specific ways to conserve battery life on various smartphones including Apple’s iPhones and HTC’s One range.

Michael Buerk criticises Ched Evans’ rape victim for being drunk

The veteran presenter said that the woman, now 22, deserved no 'credit' because she 'could barely stand' on the night she was raped by the disgraced footballer, 25.

Drugs for Parkinson’s disease can turn patients into gamblers, sex addicts and compulsive shoppers

The drugs were 277 times more likely to result in impulse control symptoms than other drugs, say researchers at the Institute for Safe Medication Practices in Virginia.

Pregnant Charlotte Hawkins shows off baby bump as she leaves ITV studios 

The Good Morning Britain anchor radiated a gorgeous glow as she left London’s ITV studios on Wednesday morning.

Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus discovered in Essex pensioner’s living room

An Ancient Egyptian sarcophagus, which is 3,000 years old, was found standing on display in the home of an Essex pensioner. Experts say the find of the coffin is 'incredibly rare.'

Tulisa swaps bust-enhancing dress for a two-piece at Capital FM studios

Tulisa Contostavlos made a wild arrival to the Capital FM studios on Wednesday morning, in a leopard print crop top and matching skirt.

We’ll soon all live to 120 years old – but this is probably the absolute limit, claims expert

Speaking at a Legal and General Conference in London, 70-year-old Professor Sir Colin Blakemore (pictured) claimed 120 years ‘might be a real absolute limit to human lifespan’.

British nurse who survived Ebola returns to Sierra Leone to treat patients and says he is ‘delighted’ to be there

William Pooley, 29, who became the first confirmed Briton to contract Ebola, arrived in the capital Freetown yesterday and will now resume work in an Ebola isolation unit run by UK medical staff.

Partial Solar Eclipse 2014 Arrives Thursday. Here’s How To Watch It Safely


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It's already been a big week for skywatchers, and more celestial fun is on the horizon.

On Tuesday, skywatchers were treated to the annual Orionid meteor shower. And now a spooky partial solar eclipse will darken skies for viewers across North America on Thursday, Oct. 23.

A partial solar eclipse occurs when the new moon passes in front of the sun, casting a shadow on Earth and blocking a portion of the sun from view.

The eclipse will be visible in the late afternoon between the East and West Coast of the U.S., as far north as the Arctic, and as far south as Mexico.

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If you'd like to watch the eclipse, be very careful. Eclipse or no eclipse, scientists caution that staring at the sun with the naked eye can cause permanent eye damage.

Safe ways to view the event include wearing special eclipse glasses or making a pinhole projector to project the view onto another surface. If you'll be using a telescope, you'll need a special filter.

The Coca-Cola Space Science Center at Columbus State University in Georgia, and the Slooh Community Observatory, with its main feed coming from the Prescott Solar Observatory in Arizona, will live-stream the eclipse starting at 5 p.m. EDT.

Click here to find out when the eclipse will begin in your area and when it will reach its maximum.

If you snap a great photo of the eclipse on Thursday, we want to see it! We'll be hosting a live blog of the event on the evening of Thursday, Oct. 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. EDT.

You can tweet your photos with hashtag #HuffPostEclipse. Or submit them directly to our "Partial Solar Eclipse" slideshow.

We'll be collecting user photos from all over, and yours may be featured!

Second Crabzilla mocked-up image surfaces of hoax 50ft Whitstable crab

A new image has emerged of Crabzilla - the giant crab dismissed as a hoax by experts - in his latest comic snapshot, lurking beneath two boys fishing on the pier in Whitstable, Kent.

Britain’s oldest banned driver Norah Lawley loses licence after five speeding tickets

Norah Lawley from Coombe Green, Worcester, banned for six months after she was caught doing 48mph in a 30mph zone in March, her fifth speeding offence in the last four years.

Nicolas Sarkozy with Carla Bruni on the campaign trail

Nicolas Sarkozy, 59, left, vowed to end social welfare payments to illegal immigrants in France at a campaign rally in Nice where he was joined by his supermodel wife Carla Bruni, 46, right.

Pippa Middleton and parents Carole and Michael spotted flying easyJet from Scotland

Pippa Middleton, 31, and her parents Carole and Michael were spotted boarding a budget easyJet flight from Inverness Airport in the Scottish Highlands to London's Gatwick Airport.

Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling partied at Cirque le Soir after he was ‘too tired’ to play for England

The Liverpool winger, pictured in July, asked not to start in the Euro 2016 qualifier in Estonia but a day later was seen in Cirque le Soir with national team mates.

Ellie Harrington with Down’s syndrome who has learnt to talk by copying her sister Evie

Two-year-old Ellie Harrington, from Ely, Cambridgeshire, has started walking early in order to keep up with four-year-old sister Evie. Parents say the pair are a 'little double act'.

Dianna Agron wears a fuchsia twinset before changing into sheer dress for Vogue fashion event

When you’re rubbing shoulders with the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Miranda Kerr the pressure to look polished would no doubt be immense.

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Alaskan Congressman Don Young admits to insensitive language about suicide

The U.S representative for Alaska alarmed students and teachers at a school assembly after making 'hurtful' comments about suicide days after a student killed himself.

UKIP are ‘absolutely vile’ for blaming immigrants warns Labour’s Chuka Umunna

The shadow business secretary attacked Ukip's 'abhorrent' language about immigrants and the 'distasteful' Ukip Calypso song performed by DJ Mike Read in a mock Jamaican accent.

Warren Buffett loses $2bn in days as stocks crash on Coke and IMB

If you're lost money on a bet, or overspent this week, spare a thought for Warren Buffett - the American has lost $2 billion in two days through shares in Coke and IBM.

Rafferty Law seen for first time since father Jude confirmed he’s expecting fifth child

The 18-year-old, who is the eldest son of Jude and Sadie Frost, headed to London's Sushi Samba restaurant to celebrate champagne brand Jacquart's 50th anniversary. 

World War Two veteran Maurice Fevold given full military send off 

Staff Sergeant Maurice Fevold was 21 when his plane was hit during the Battle of the Bulge. Its wreckage was found in 2007 and the soldier's remains have only recently been identified.

Rare 109-year-old French steam-powered car to go on sale for £350,000

Norfolk farmer George Milligen bought the 1905 Gardner-Serpollet for £450 in 1957 - around £9,467 in today's money. Its value has rocketed and it is expected to go for£350,000 at auction.

Etchings on seven-faced Shigir Idol could ‘could hold a message to modern man’

Scientists are closer to dating the Shigir Idol, found in 1890 in Kirovgrad, Sverdlovsk region, in the Ural Mountains, which contains secret encrypted codes written around 9,500 years ago.

Karlie Kloss grabs coffee after gym session in New York

Supermodel and Victoria's Secret Angel Karlie Kloss enjoyed a coffee after a workout in New York on Tuesday, as she stepped out following her session in her flattering and fashionable gym wear.

Chloe Sims and Ferne McCann compete for final slot on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here

The pair are said to be keen on securing the last available slot after seeing pals Mark Wright and Joey Essex establish TV careers away from their constructed reality show

Tide is High singer John Holt dead at 69 in London hospital

Reggae legend, John Holt, died at 69 on Sunday.

Startup Aims To Remake Computer Security For the Cloud Age

Startup Aims To Remake Computer Security For the Cloud Age

Steve Herrod was there for the rise of Nicira, the Silicon Valley startup that reinvented the way we build computer networks and then sold itself to tech giant VMware for $1.26 billion. He was VMware’s chief technology officer at the time, one of the driving forces behind this massive deal, and after leaving VMware for […]

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Reeva Steenkamp’s parents speak out after Oscar Pistorius’s five-year prison term

Pistorius, 27, known as the Blade Runner, was yesterday jailed for five years for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, 29, but could be out of prison in one-sixth of the time.

University Hospital Lewisham patients flee shouting ‘Ebola’ when Biohazard suited medics brought woman in

University Hospital Lewisham descended into panic when medics wearing biohazard suits brought in an elderly woman for emergency treatment.

Nick Clegg insists with promise to ease teacher’s workload

The Deputy Prime Minister defended teachers from claims they have an easy life, and promised to tackle their excessive workload, including pointless box-ticking, form-filling and unnecessary work.

Cristiano Ronaldo aged 19 vs Raheem Sterling: As Liverpool face Real Madrid how do the two measure up?

On Wednesday night, Cristiano Ronaldo comes up against another player, in the form of Raheem Serling, who is fast changing the criteria by which we judge emerging talent.

Raheem Sterling partied in London until 3am… just a day after missing England win over Estonia through ‘tiredness’

Raheem Sterling partied in a London nightclub until 3am - the day after he was ‘too tired’ to play for England in their Euro 2016 qualifier in Estonia. He was joined by some international team-mates.

More middle-aged Brits having unprotected sex and spending all their money

76 per cent of the 50-plus generation don't use sexual contraception and 67 per cent spend wealth over saving it for kids. TV star Mariella Frostrup says her kids are better off without huge inheritance.

U.S. regulators expand number of vehicles affected by Takata recalls

DETROIT (Reuters) - U.S. safety regulators on Wednesday expanded the number of vehicles in the United States that may be affected by recalls for potentially defective Takata Corp air bags that could spray shrapnel at occupants.

Rwanda imposes conditions on travellers from AMERICA to keep Ebola out

Rwanda is requiring all visitors from the U.S. and Spain to self-monitor, fill out an extensive questionnaire and report their medical condition for the first 21 days over Ebola fears. 

Luiz Adriano’s five goals battered BATE… but who is the Shakhtar sharp-shooter?  

Luiz Adriano wrote himself into the Champions League record books on Tuesday night by scoring five goals in Shakhtar Donetsk's 7-0 victory away to BATE Borisov.

Didier Drogba celebrates with son Isaac in Chelsea dressing room after Maribor rout

Chelsea players celebrated in the dressing room after their Champions League thrashing of Maribor at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday - and Didier Drogba's son joined in.

Ceremony for 15 British WWI soldiers buried 100 years after they died

Proud descendants of the First World War Tommies attended a hugely moving ceremony in the village of Bois-Grenier, near Armentieres, on the Belgium border.

After Bayern Munich stuff seven past Roma, we look back at 10 other thrashings in titanic Champions League clashes 

In celebration of Bayern Munich's 7-1 rout of Roma, we take a look back at 10 other occasions in the Champions League era when a European heavyweight has thrashed another leading side.

Bayern Munich visit Vatican to meet Pope Francis after giving Roma a thrashing of biblical proportions

Following Bayern Munich's 7-1 thrashing of Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday night, one would think they would be less than welcome hanging around town for too long. 

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Liverpool fans have promised me a European night to remember, reveals Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool fans have promised him another famed European night at Anfield this evening. The Liverpool manager savoured the club's return to Champions League.

‘Luis Suarez is not a player that we felt we needed’ – Zinedine Zidane fuels flames ahead of long awaited debut of Barcelona striker in El Clasico

Zinedine Zidane has stoked the fire ahead of Saturday's eagerly anticipated El Clasico derby by revealing the club never had any interest in signing Barcelona's Luis Suarez.

Wayde Kelly heartbroken after fiancée Kymberlie Shepherd died giving birth

Kymberlie Shepherd, 26, passed away last Thursday after suffering a rare complication at a Perth hospital while she was giving birth to her first son with fiancée Wayde Kelly.

Natalie Pinkham at MYLA 15th anniverssary party

The countdown is well and truly underway for Sky Sports F1 host Natalie Pinkham, who is expecting her first child with husband Owain Walbyoff.

Liverpool vs Real Madrid: Team news, kick-off time, probable line-ups, odds and stats for UEFA Champions League clash

Sportsmail provides you with all you need to know ahead of Liverpool's crucial Champions League clash with Real Madrid on Wednesday night.

3 Things You Can Literally Learn In Your Sleep

If someone suggested you play music or light a scented candle while you slept to better remember what you learned earlier in the day, you'd probably laugh.

But while you might not be able exchange a night of studying for playing some jazz while you snooze, there are some surprising skills you can strengthen overnight — some simply by playing a specific tune or by infusing your bedroom with a distinct smell.

Reese Witherspoon wears floral dress for fashion event as Miranda Kerr picks sexy trousers

For an event as stylish as the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Vogue Fashion Fund event on Tuesday, guests were no doubt expected to dress to impress.

APOEL Nicosia 0-1 PSG: Edinson Cavani scores late winner as Laurent Blanc’s side remain top of Group F 

Edinson Cavani rescued a tepid Paris Saint-Germain performance by scoring a dramatic late winner for the French giants as they beat APOEL Nicosia 1-0 on Tuesday night.

Medieval SHOPPING LIST found in Russia among birch bark scrolls

Dozens of writings from the 14th century have been found in the ancient city of Novgorod. One such document is shown, seemingly drawn by a young boy.

Interest rates unlike to rise before mid-2015 as Bank of England minutes reveal majority voted against rise

All but two policymakers voted against a rise in the bank rate from its record low of 0.5%, with economists shifting predictions of a first hike to mid or late 2015.

Woman narrowly escapes death after Shakhtar Donetsk stadium suffers damage from shelling in ongoing Ukraine conflict

Incredible CCTV footage has emerged showing a woman narrowly escaping death after Shakhtar Donetsk's stadium was damaged by shelling during the ongoing conflict in Ukraine on Monday.

Steven Gerrard admits he could regret turning down a move to Real Madrid earlier in his career

Steven Gerrard revealed he turned down the chance to join Real Madrid earlier in his career and says not moving to the Bernabeu may be something he ends up regretting when he retires.

Mustaq Patala demands pay-out for ‘institutional racism’ after rape charge 

Mustaq Patala, from Blackburn, Lancashire, left his job after attacking his wife. He is now claiming he was discriminated against over rape claims later made against him

Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid’s UEFA Champions League tie vs Liverpool dominates Spanish news

Cristiano Ronaldo and his Real Madrid team-mates were forced into training in the rain on Tuesday as they geared up for their Champions League encounter against Liverpool.

The Avengers: Age Of Ultron First Trailer Is Less Than A Week Away

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Laser imaging reveals how far British Navy warships have come

To mark the 209th anniversary of Trafalgar Day, London-based BAE Systems firm has revealed how the navy has evolved in 200 years by comparing Nelson's HMS Victory to HMS Defender (pictured).

Cara Santana jazzes up her gym leggings with designer handbag

The stylish actress was carrying one of the It bags of the season, a beige Celine Mini Luggage as she left the gym in Studio City, California on Tuesday.

How Britain now manufactures more than it did in the 1970s… but the workforce has shrunk

Perceptions that manufacturing is disappearing from this country are 'wide of the mark', the Office for National Statistics in a new report on booming industry.

Drunk hit-and-run driver ploughing into pedestrians caught on video

This is the shocking moment a drunk Russian driver ploughs into pedestrians on a zebra crossing in the city of Volgograd, leaving the bodies scattered as he speeds off.

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Kurds attend funerals of those who died battling ISIS in Kobane

The funerals of two men and a woman barely out her teens were held in the Turkish village of Suruc, within clear sight of the Kurdish fighters' besieged hometown over the border in Syria.

Tallulah Willis steps out in quirky colour block dress teamed with clashing stripy socks

The 20-year-old star ventured out on a shopping spree on Tuesday afternoon wearing a colourful A-line dress with a clashing bag and stripy high socks.

Home Retail to shut down a quarter of Homebase DIY stores by 2019

The group said Homebase had a number of stores which were ‘either unprofitable or in decline’. It plans to shut 80 by early 2019.

Real-life Noah’s Ark took three years to build and even with its own animals

Johan Huibers was inspired by a dream about a flood and built the 23-metre high, 30-metre wide and 135-metre vessel, which he opened as a themed park in Dordrecht city, the Netherlands.

Tour de France 2015 will be decided on the demanding climbs of Alpe d’Huez

The decisive moments of the 2015 Tour de France will take place at Alpe d’Huez after the route of the 102nd edition of the race was unveiled in Paris on Wednesday.
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