Kidman explains kissing co-star

Kidman explains kissing co-star

NICOLE Kidman appears to be OK with kissing and telling. The Big Little Lies star appeared on The Graham Norton Show and tried to set the record straight on why she kissed co-star Alexander Skarsgard on the lips after he won an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor. Nicole Kidman on that kiss “Oh gosh. You are so provocative Graham. Why are you showing that?” she asked when the photo appeared on screen. “It’s a lovely moment of celebration Nicole,” Norton said, laughing. “I kissed my husband too!” Kidman replied. media_cameraAlexander…

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China's next five-year plan on the way and it is a big deal for Australia

China's next five-year plan on the way and it is a big deal for Australia

Posted October 15, 2017 00:32:44 Photo: Hi-tech industries rather than heavy industries are likely to be the winners in China’s next five year plan. (Reuters: Stringer) Related Story: China’s economy beats expectations Related Story: China looks to be slowing again as domestic economy runs out of puff When the world’s second largest economy sits down to reshuffle its leadership and map out an economic plan for the next five years it is a big deal. This week: China’s Communist Party congress starts and third quarter GDP released Australia’s employment/unemployment data…

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US government fights to keep Comey memos secret

US government fights to keep Comey memos secret

In a late Friday evening filing, the lawyers also have asked for permission to argue in secret why they say the disclosure could compromise the investigation into Russian election-meddling and potential obstruction of justice into that probe. Several news outlets and government watchdogs, including CNN, have requested the documents be released under the Freedom of Information Act. Comey testified in Congress that the documents detail Trump’s request that he pledge personal loyalty and what he interpreted as a request to curtail an investigation into Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael…

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$2 million win for lucky West Aussie

$2 million win for lucky West Aussie

AN already sunny weekend has become even brighter for one West Aussie, courtesy of a $2 million Saturday Lotto win. One of two division winning tickets sold nationwide was from WA and has the six lucky numbers of 39, 25, 18, 13, 6 and 34. It’s value? A cool $2,008,468.44. Another 10 WA players are $11,866.50 richer tonight after division two wins. They had five of the winning numbers, plus one of the supplementaries: 42 and 9. WA now has 54 division one winners for the year, worth more than…

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Is buying an apartment a wise investment for young people?

Is buying an apartment a wise investment for young people?

Posted October 15, 2017 08:17:20 Photo: Apartments are often seen as the only affordable way for young people to get into the property market. (ABC News: Elise Pianegonda) Related Story: In charts: The wealth gap between older and younger Australians Related Story: Young Australians getting poorer as wages flatline, house prices surge With Australian property prices at all-time highs, it is little wonder first home buyers are looking beyond the classic quarter-acre block. Buying an apartment — particularly one off-the-plan — can be a tempting option for young people in…

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