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January 19, 2018 4:15 PM Expelled Dartmouth student says woman sexually assaulted HIM in sadomasochistic encounter while he was blackout drunk

An expelled Dartmouth student is suing claiming that the woman who accused him of assault had actually sexually assaulted him in during a sadomasochistic encounter while he was blackout drunk. The student, named only as 'John Doe' in his lawsuit, is now suing Dartmouth College on the grounds he was unfairly expelled and that their investigation was biased 4

January 16, 2018 3:03 PM Veteran BBC radio presenter Ed Doolan dies aged 76

Veteran BBC broadcaster Ed Doolan has died aged 76 following a battle with vascular dementia. The BBC WM 95.6 radio station for Birmingham and the Black Country, the station for which Doolan previously worked, shared the news of his death on Twitter. “It is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing of our friend and broadcaster Ed Doolan 7

January 15, 2018 9:56 PM 'You are so much more present': Grant Denyer reveals how living with no internet for THREE YEARS improved his sex life with wife Cheryl

He lives on a farm in country NSW with his wife and children when he's not hosting breakfast radio or Family Feud. And Grant Denyer has revealed how he and his wife Cheryl benefited from having no internet for three years before getting connected last November. Speaking to 2Day FM's Em, Grant and Ed on Tuesday, the 40-year-old confessed that 'marital 3

January 12, 2018 7:09 PM 'I'd sleep for ten hours a night': Former Miss Universe Australia Tegan Martin shares the chronic illness she fought for years to overcome

She found fame in 2014 after winning the coveted Miss Universe Australia pageant. But Tegan Martin claims she has spent the last four years battling chronic fatigue, depression and a 'brief' eating disorder that muddled with her ability to work. The 25-year-old blonde bombshell spoke to The Daily Telegraph about how pressure to lose weight while modelling 4

January 6, 2018 12:47 PM Scandal of NHS patients forced to sleep on hospital floor as Hunt prepares for promotion

SHOCKING photos of patients sleeping on floors at a busy hospital have emerged as the winter crisis gripping Britain's heath service worsens. The pictures showing members of the public lying down in corridors were taken at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. In one, a patient dressed only in a loose hospital gown lies next to a metal 21

January 4, 2018 6:49 AM Johanna Konta retires from Brisbane International with injury

Johanna Konta hopes to defend her Sydney International title next week despite retiring with injury in the Brisbane International quarter-final. The British number one needed treatment on her right hip during the deciding set against Elina Svitolina and ended the match when serving at 3-2 down. Konta, 26, will be assessed on Friday but is "unclear" on what the injury 7

January 3, 2018 3:44 PM York hotel guests leave behind fish, love letters...and a mother-in-law

GUESTS staying at Travelodge's York hotels have left behind items including a pair of fish called Gin & Tonic, a collection of old love letters, a company’s annual audit files - and a mother-in-law! The budget hotel has revealed some of the more unusual things left by almost 19 million guests at its 542 UK hotels over the past year - and some of the most bizarre 10

January 3, 2018 10:06 AM Only 90 per cent of Airbnb rooms have hidden cameras

AIRBNB users have been reassured by reports that only nine out of 10 rooms have secret cameras recording their every move. Research from the Institute for Studies showed that despite most people thinking every Airbnb room had at least three hidden devices filming them having sex or just undressing, some actually do not. Professor Henry Brubaker said: “We checked 8

December 29, 2017 11:37 PM Cardboard tents distributed to Brussels homeless

A project in Brussels, Belgium is pioneering portable cardboard tents for homeless people to sleep in. The cardboard tents, known as the ORIG-AMI project, can be transported by users on their backs as they seek shelter. In Brussels, normal tents are forbidden, meaning that homeless people are often moved on by police. Those behind the project hope that their 13

December 29, 2017 2:49 AM 'My baby boy was in pain, skin broken and bleeding': How one mother helped to manage her son's severe eczema by following a simple skin regime

With summer taking hold in Australia, children with eczema are beginning to battle more breakouts, as the warm weather acts as a trigger. But by following just a few simple steps, the itchy rash can be easily managed during this challenging period. Speaking to FEMAIL, pharmacist and entrepreneur Julia Simmonds shared the tips she learned after her son suffered