Johnny Depp mocks Pistol and Boo apology video in London

Johnny Depp mocks Pistol and Boo apology video in London

Posted May 09, 2016 10:07:33 Film star Johnny Depp said he was sorry for “not smuggling my dogs into England”, mocking an apology he made after his wife Amber Heard brought two dogs into Australia without going through quarantine. An Australian court let Heard off with a good behaviour bond last month after she pleaded guilty to falsifying travel documents to sneak the couple’s two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, into the country. The couple made an apology to Australia in a short video, which was widely mocked for its…

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Convicted murderer who scaled walls of Buckingham Palace jailed for four months

Convicted murderer who scaled walls of Buckingham Palace jailed for four months

Posted May 20, 2016 23:55:41 Photo: Hennessy repeatedly asked ‘is Ma’am in?’ after scaling the walls of the palace. (AFP: John Stillwell) A man who scaled the walls of Buckingham Palace and got into the garden is a convicted murderer, a court heard Friday, as he was jailed for four months. Dennis Hennessy, 41, repeatedly asked “is Ma’am in?” in an apparent reference to Queen Elizabeth II after being arrested by police on Wednesday night. After climbing the wall, which was up to 3 metres high, and setting off an…

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The Internet of Things: it's arrived and it's eyeing your job

The Internet of Things: it's arrived and it's eyeing your job

Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Replay video China’s driverless cars steps up a gear With a plan to make them a common sight on the roads. PT1M32S620349 We have been hearing about the Internet of Things for years, but get ready. It has finally arrived, and it has the potential to unleash economic disruption that makes what the internet has delivered so far look like child’s play. Telstra CEO Andy Penn is better placed than most to watch it happen. Telstra is in the middle of…

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Tasmania emerges as unlikely avocado source as consumption skyrockets

Tasmania emerges as unlikely avocado source as consumption skyrockets

Posted May 21, 2016 08:45:17 Tasmania has emerged as an unlikely source for avocados as Australia’s appetite for the fruit shows no signs of slowing down. Key points: Avocados now grown in Tasmania Australians the fourth highest avocado consumers in the world Industry boom was carefully orchestrated Watch the full story on Landline, Sunday at noon Grower Paul Bidwell moved from Western Australia to the Apple Isle, expecting to semi-retire quietly on a small, three-hectare hobby orchard. He planned to produce two or three tonnes per hectare — instead next…

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