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Samantha Rowe had THIRTEEN stillbirths and miscarriages but is determined to become a

Samantha Rowe's eight-year nightmare began in 2014 when she gave birth to her son Cooper, who was born on Valentines Day at just 21 weeks - too early to survive outside the womb. The now 42-year-old told Daily Mail Australia she was overjoyed when her pregnancy test came back positive for the 13th time in November 2020 but, eight weeks later, she began to bleed. As she lost her baby, her relationship with her fiancée broke down

Assassin gave jailhouse girlfriend $15,000 for medical bill - she 'used it for Brazilian

Notorious assassin Siar Munshizada (pictured in handcuffs right), serving three life sentences for murder, was allegedly conned out of $15,000 by Helya Yousefi, a woman he met in jail while she was visiting another prisoner. He denies threatening Helya Yousefi (pictured left) after she allegedly used $15,000 he had given to her for medical expenses on a Brazilian butt lift.

When a savvy Australian shopper noticed the price of a coffee table had been slashed by 95 per cent at Super Amart, she couldn't leave it behind.

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The Duke of Sussex, 37,   who lives in a $14million mansion in Montecito, California , with his wife Meghan Markle, 40, has reached out to his father, according to the Sun.

Food delivery driver Ujwal Shrestha, 25, was arrested on Friday after he was linked to two random late-night attacks in Sydney's north shore years apart.

World no.1 Ash Barty has stormed her way into the quarter-finals at the Australian Open.

What became of heroin boy? Photo that shocked a nation

Andrew Johnson's photo as a clean-cut boy collecting a syringe (right) and shooting up heroin (left) in a filthy drug-infested lane shocked the nation (inset, bottom) and shamed Sydney into action. But the boy (inset top) who fell into drugs because of his dyslexia was unable to shake what has become a lifelong addiction which endures today. While Andrew's photo spurred aghast politicians into clearing the lane and removing the needle van that handed out syringes like ice creams to underage children, the promises to help him get clean didn't eventuate. He says of his heroin taking 'I've overdosed and died 11 times'.

You can imagine my patient's disappointment when I told her that no, it wasn't normal, and her new-found obsession with her Peloton may be contributing to her incontinence.

An Aussie mum shared a 'genius' McDonalds hack after another woman noticed a Happy Meal is $2.25 cheaper than a cheeseburger meal that both contain a small fries, coke and cheeseburger.

DR ELLIE CANNON: Itchy, sore rashes can destroy patients' confidence - especially when they affect several parts of the body.

Nathan Buckley and his glamorous girlfriend Alex Pike are rumoured to have SPLIT

Footy WAG Alex Pike, 44, is rumoured to have split with former Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley, 49, (pictured centre with Alex), after less than a year of dating. When approached for comment on Sunday, Alex (also pictured left and right) said she wasn't in a position to say anything, 'There is nothing I can say. I am a private person who has children. I can not comment.'

Extraordinary moment female tennis fan is ordered to take off her shirt by furious security guards at the Australian Open 

Footage has emerged of security guards and police demanding an Australian Open spectator to remove her shirt (pictured left) that featured a slogan expressing welfare concerns for Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. Shuai vanished from public view last year after issuing a post on Chinese social media platform Weibo on November 2 accusing former vice-premier Zhang Gaoli of raping her in 2017. She resurfaced three weeks later in a video posted online and revoked the allegations, but fears the former No.1 doubles player has been silenced have continued across the world and within the tennis community.

For $600 per night you can stay in this 1960s beach house that Instagram stars can't get

A tiny beachside shack has been added to the 'must-visit' list of some of Australia's most popular Instagram stars - and you will never guess where it is. The three-bedroom 60s home became an instant hit when it appeared on Airbnb despite being located in a tiny town of just 100 people.

Sydney's controversial lockout laws did little else than deferring assault incidents into surrounding areas and killed famous establishments in the city's most popular areas, a new report has found.

The order comes after U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met in Geneva on Friday for crunch talks over the Ukraine crisis.

Gary Ablett Jr's wife Jordan shares sweet photos of son Levi, three, out on the harbour

Gary Ablett Jr and his wife Jordan are proud parents to three-year-old son Levi and two-month-old daughter Grace Honour. On Sunday, Jordan shared adorable photos of little Levi enjoying a day out on the harbour with his family to her Instagram page.

Popular barbecue brand Weber has apologised after sending email subscribers a meatloaf recipe just hours after musician Meat Loaf died following a battle with Covid-19.

Health boss blasts Pauline Hanson for 'disgusting' demand about Covid after she called for probe into how Aussies had their 'freedom taken away'

Queensland Yvette D'Ath (left) has unleashed an extraordinary attack on 'appalling' and 'irresponsible' federal politicians over their comments during the It comes after One Nation leader Pauline Hanson (top right) called for a 'honest and thorough' Royal Commission into Australian governments' handling of the two year pandemic after the federal election. Inquiries as to whether Ms D'Ath would support a proposed inquiry sparked an explosive response.

EXCLUSIVE: Maryia Hussain, 26, from Luton, first tested positive for the virus in December 2020, then again in November last year and then a third time last Monday.

Australian cricket star Mitch Marsh said WA Premier Mark McGowan's decision to extend the state's hard borders is 'gut-wrenching' and revealed he hasn't been home in six months.

WA Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson made the surprising admission at a press conference on Sunday, as 24 cases were recorded - the largest daily leap ever recorded in the state.

New Zealand Ministry of Health announced the strict measures as the country battles to stay Covid Zero despite the threat of the highly contagious mutant strain.

Charlie Aitken cuts a lonely figure jogging amid Nasser split rumours

The couple first went public with their affair in November in an explosive announcement that ended his marriage to lawyer Ellie (pictured together inset top), and his new girlfriend's marriage to Christopher Nasser (pictured with ex wife Hollie Nasser, inset bottom). On Saturday morning, the 48-year-old cut a lonely figure as he jogged past Woollhara Woollahra Golf Club in Rose Bay (pictured right), in the city's eastern suburbs, dressed in black t-shirt and shorts. Hollie Nasser pictured left.

Like more than one million other Uighurs, Gulbahar Haitiwaji was imprisoned in a Chinese 're-education' camp in Xinjiang. She survived three years but feared she would never see her family again.

Plastic surgeon reveals which A-listers - from Bella Hadid to Khloé Kardashian - gone

A Beverly Hills plastic surgeon exposed the secret procedures that he thinks stars have undergone, from nose jobs to eyelid surgeries and everything in-between.

Melbourne mum Ali Clarke launched Bondi Blades in May 2020 after noticing a gap in the market for the DIY blades that removes the minuscule 'peach fuzz' hairs from your face.

Serial killer Joanna Dennehy warned her prison fiancée she was a 'fully committed

Serial killer Joanna Denneh (left) , 39, who was jailed in 2014 after killing three men during a 10-day spree, told her prison fiancée Hayley Palmer (right) she was a 'fully committed psychopath' in a harrowing love letter seen by The Sun on Sunday. Palmer, who is now a free woman after serving 16 years, has opened up about their romance with the killer, revealing Dennehy had 'no regrets' and would 'laugh' about her crimes.

Kyly Clarke shows off her incredible physique in skin-tight activewear

Kyly Clarke recently turned 40.  But the former WAG has certainly not felt the ravages of time, and showed off her ageless figure as she left a gym on Sunday.  The interior designer flaunted her muscular midriff in a crop top as she strolled through Sydney's Rose Bay. 

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Want to lose a stone in 21 days and stop craving chocolate? Eat MORE

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Eat too little protein, they say, and you'll be tormented by cravings and likely to over-indulge in all the wrong foods. Whereas on a higher-protein diet, your appetite can be satisfied on far fewer calories. They call this the 'Protein Leverage Hypothesis' and it explains why we go on eating with no restraint until we have satisfied our protein hunger if we are surrounded by foods that are rich in fats and carbs but low in protein. A chocolate biscuit of the type I love is 60 per cent carbs and only six per cent protein. If I ate all the biscuits in a packet, which I am quite capable of, I would consume 1,300 calories - almost my entire daily allowance - but only 16g of protein, a fraction of my daily need. No wonder I can just keep going. If, on the other hand, I were offered a plate of fish or chicken, which comes in at close to 30 per cent protein, I wouldn't be able to eat anything like as much before my protein appetite was satisfied.

Kanye West and girlfriend Julia Fox throw their arms around each other as they reunite in

Kanye West and his new girlfriend Julia Fox were spotted enjoying an affectionate reunion at the airport in Miami on Saturday. The new showbiz hot couple have returned to the city where their relationship began during a night of partying on New Year's Eve. Julia, 31, who became an It Girl in New York City after featuring in the Adam Sandler vehicle Uncut Gems, threw her arms around her beau.

The Wiggles have topped Triple J's annual Hottest 100 list for 2021 with their cover of Tame Impala's hit, Elephant, beating Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber who placed second with their hit, Stay.

The Spaniard is aiming to move past Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic as the men's singles player with the most grand slam title and took another step towards that on Sunday

Chrissie Swan looks slimmer than ever as she steps out with friend Ash Williams in

She's been on a weight loss journey since quitting alcohol in 2020.  And Chrissie Swan, 48, looked slimmer than ever as she stepped out with her good pal and fellow comedian Ash Williams, 39, in Melbourne earlier this month.   The twosome were spotted enjoying a lively conversation as they strolled down a suburban road with take-away coffees in hand.  

   

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Behind the doors of this charming cottage near Sydney lies a stunning, spacious home with

A magnifient mansion that features a luxurious master bedroom with an incredible bathtub, library, and pool house with a sauna hides behind this charming cottage. Located in Katoomba, near the blue mountains, just an hour and a half from Sydney, the magnificent property is now on the market with a $3.4million price tag. The spectacular weatherboard home was originally built in 1914 and has been expanded to have five bedrooms and four bathrooms and renovated to preserve its period charm.

Researchers from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands found the harmful plastics have been polluting Greenland for as long as 50 years. And they found them in Antartica.

'The Everest of cave diving': The incredible story of how an Australian expedition

A team of cave explorers survived being trapped in massive water-filled cavern systems underneath the Australian desert after a huge storm caused the cave entrance to collapse in an avalanche. Andrew Wight led a 15-person expedition to the Pannikin Plains system, one of the many which honeycomb the world's largest continuous piece of limestone bedrock on top of which lies the Nullarbor Plain. Above the surface is a vast treeless desert on the Western Australian and South Australian border but below are subterranean caverns and passages partially filled with water that flows to the Great Australian Bight.

Catherine Rose Ortiz survived being shot in the head and celebrated her first birthday in a Manhattan hospital on Friday after undergoing brain surgery. The gunman is still at large.

A Woolworths shopper stunned social media users on TikTok after spending close to $1100 on a certain brand of chocolate in one recent supermarket visit in Sydney.

His family asked him 'why are you using this animal?' and questioned why another species wasn't an option. The doctor sought religious counsel from multiple scholars before conducting the transplant.

Will and Bear company will make $5million revenue this year

Lauren Williams and Alexander Knorr launched Will and Bear in 2015 from their T3 Syncro van named Marty while on the road in Tasmania. 'We wanted a hat brand that spoke to us personally, suited our lifestyle and gave back to the natural environments where we use the product,' Lauren, who inspired the 'Will' part of their label, told Daily Mail Australia. Six years later and their beanies, wide-brimmed hats and caps are purchasable in seven different countries with 8,000 units sold a month.

Senior Cabinet Office official Sue Gray has received evidence that Josh Grimstone and Henry Newman went to Carrie's flat several times during lockdown. (Pictured, Mr Newman with Carrie.)

The British government on Saturday said former Ukrainian lawmaker Yevheniy Murayev is being considered as a potential candidate to lead a pro-Russia puppet government in Kiev.

Bill Maher is pushing back against those who are blindly following the COVID guidance of Dr. Fauci and other doctors, saying 'don't sit there in your white coat and tell me "just do what we say."'

Meat Loaf's heartbroken daughters Pearl and Amanda Aday paid tribute to him on Instagram after his death Thursday aged 74. Pearl, 47, posted a picture of herself hugging him onstage.

Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas wins 100m AND 200m freestyle races in university competition after USA Swimming said it would release 'new policy' on whether 'elite trans athletes' will still be able to compete against biological women

Transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, 22, was back in the pool on Saturday where she continued to beat fellow swimmers, leaving them in her wake. Competing during an NCAA college swimming meet with Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, Thomas won the Women's 100m and Women's 200m Freestyle races, although the margins were far narrower than in previous races she won in 2021. Thomas won her 100m race in 50.55 seconds with her closest competitor coming in at 51.51. In the 200m race, she won in 1:47.08 with the second place being secured in 1:48.44. 

Snow and ice covered the dunes in Saudi Arabia after temperatures dropped below freezing, prompting locals to enjoy the weather and have snowball fights.

JANE FRYER: Pretty much everyone from form 5C at Bearsden Academy can remember the day a nerdy Canadian boy called Brandon Lee joined their class back in 1993.

Two respected child psychologists have grave concerns Cleo Smith could be 're-traumatised' if interviewed about her harrowing kidnapping ordeal last year in Western Australia.

Phones 4U tycoon John Caudwell reveals how he feared his son would kill himself over Lyme

Phones 4U billionaire founder John Caudwell revealed his son Rufus (pictured together, left), now 26, had 24/7 surveillance in his bedroom to ensure he wouldn't commit suicide after catching Lyme disease. In an emotionally charged edition of Desert Island Discs, the Phones 4u founder fights back tears as he describes the impact of his son Rufus's diagnosis in 2014. 'There were many, many, many times when we thought we'd lost him. We used to have to have 24/7 people in his bedroom in case he tried to kill himself,' he explained. Mr Caudwell became a father again last year when his partner Modesta Vzesniauskaite (right), 38, a former Olympic cyclist from Lithuania, gave birth to a son, William.

Ross Tomkins, 44, of Ponteland near Newcastle Upon Tyne, spent years suffering from memory loss, lethargy and joint pain but put his fatigue down to being a busy working father.

A run-down timber cottage has hit the market for an eye-watering $30 million with its selling agent saying buyers were handing out offers within the hour.

NEW Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy, who is accused of seven rapes and one sexual assault, was ordered to wear an electronic tag and report to a police station daily as part of his bail conditions.

NEW In an interview with Stella Magazine,Victoria Derbyshire, 52, said overcoming breast cancer 'changed her life' after she thought she was 'going to die' after being diagnosed with the illness.

Georgia pastor and his wife arrested after eight people are found 'imprisoned' in the

Pastor Curtis Keith Bankston, 55, and his wife Sophia Simm-Bankston, 56, were arrested for false imprisonment after eight disabled people were found behind a deadbolted door in their home. The couple reportedly ran One Step of Faith 2nd Chance - an unlicensed group home - out of their basement in Griffin, Georgia, for 14 months, where eight mental or physically disabled patients between the ages of 25 and 65 stayed. On January 13, paramedics arrived to assist a patient who had suffered from a seizure and had to enter the home via a window after finding the basement door deadbolted shut. The pastor's lawyer admitted the door got locked nightly at 8pm, but said the residents could 'come and go as they pleased' otherwise. Curtis has since denied the claims against him and said he will fight them.

Diaz was in attendance supporting Brazil's Deiveson Figueiredo who reclaimed the UFC flyweight title with an unanimous decision over Mexico's Brandon Moreno in the co-main event.

Australian politicians long ago weaponised quick-wit and smart mouths to one-up opposition. From Paul Keating to unfortunate Midnight Oil dances, Aussie politics throw the verbal punches like no other.

Police officers have launched a murder investigation after they were called to Thirlmere Avenue, in Stretford, shortly before 7pm last night to reports of a boy with serious injuries.

15-month-old baby was trapped with her mother's corpse for FIVE DAYS in a homeless shelter

A  15-month-old baby was trapped with her mother's corpse for five days in a homeless shelter and left covered in feces and dehydrated after mom died from accidental overdose, court papers reveal. Quraan Laboy, 31, is planning to sue the city of New York and the Department of Homeless Services for $5 million in damages after his daughter Lyric Laboy was discovered by workers at the East River Family Center under a bed near the body of her mom. The baby was allegedly found ''covered in human feces' and badly dehydrated, and was rushed to the hospital. No one checked in on the mother and daughter until a neighbor reported a 'foul odor' coming from the apartment. Young Lyric, who lost seven pounds and suffered a 'horrific' diaper rash from the incident, is still dealing with separation anxiety, Laboy said.

Woman who became a bodybuilder says the 'passive aggressive' comments surprised her most 

Erin Rhone (pictured), who lives in Brisbane, told Mamamia that she was inundated with 'passive aggressive' and 'self-loathing' comments while training to compete as a bodybuilder during lockdown. The writer said 'people with impossible body standards' are put on a pedestal, while those who dare to achieve them are torn down. Erin added that the experience has taught her everyone has insecurities. Pictured left: 16 weeks before competition. Pictured right: Erin on show day.

Talking about accusations of cultural appropriation, he said: 'Your immediate reaction is to be defensive and say, "For the love of God, really?" And then you go, "Well, we don't want to offend anyone".'

Two bodies have been found after a suspicious house fire west of Brisbane early on Sunday morning. Police have established a crime scene to investigate the cause of the suspicious blaze.

People with facial scars and disfigurements dress up as heroes in charity campaign

Screen baddies are often depicted with a disfigurement, with James Bond having been up against his share of villains with scarred features. Yet a charity is calling for the film industry to embrace 'equal representation of visible difference' and has launched a new campaign showing its supporters dressed as popular leading characters to show that those who look different can be heroes too. Changing Faces made its campaigners feel like movies stars - dressing them as Indiana Jones, James Bond, Audrey Hepburn, Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz and the Black Panther. Launching its campaign, I Am Not Your Villain, the British charity, which supports and represents people with conditions, marks or scars, hopes to alter perceptions of those with a disfigurement. Pictured: Adam Pearson, 36, who suffers from a facial disfigurement due to neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder of the nervous system, as Indiana Jones, left, Tulsi Vagliani, 42, who was injured in a plane crash during her childhood, as Audrey Hepburn, right, and Michael Boateng, 33, as the Black Panther.

Dr Sarah Bendall, author of a new book Shaping Femininity: Foundation Garments, the Body and Women in Early Modern England, says corsets not as restrictive as people think.

Queensland has recorded 11,947 new Covid cases and another 10 deaths as authorities reveal virus-related hospitalisations are expected to be even greater than the figures being reported.

Young woman, 27, who weighed 110kg from 'emotional eating' reveals how she lost 55kg in 14

A young woman who was overweight for majority of her life has managed to lose 55kg in just 14 months. Jess Dromgool, from Auckland, New Zealand, tipped the scales at 110kg in 2020 from overeating but was satisfied with the way she looked. 'I quite fancied myself bigger; I felt beautiful and never hated myself [for being] fat,' Jess told FEMAIL.

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Highway Code overhaul that tells cyclists to pedal in the middle of the road takes effect

From next week, a new 'hierarchy of road users' will come into effect which will mean drivers have more responsibility to give way to cyclists and pedestrians when at junctions. Campaigners have said the 'fundamental' change to the way people have been driving for decades and risk causing confusion and avoidable collisions. A survey by AA found that 33 per cent of motorists still had no idea the changes were being introduced despite it being less than a week until they are set to be brought in. the Department of Transport said it would 'introduce a hierarchy of road users to ensure that those road users who can do the greatest harm have the greatest responsibility to reduce the danger or threat they may pose to others'.

Slain NYPD rookie Jason Rivera, who was shot to death on-duty Friday night, told high school freshmen 'to put in the work' to make it in life in an inspirational video filmed when he graduated in 2017.

Inspectors at HMP Downview in South London said that a 'large proportion' of the 210 female inmates were 'overweight', with many gaining weight over lockdown.

For a true taste of laid back Barbados luxury look no further than Lone Star

Behind a chic but unassuming converted 1940s garage exterior on the west coast of Barbados lies a true gem of a boutique hotel. As soon as you pass through the narrow reception of the Lone Star , the building opens out into a chic verandah bar and restaurant simply furnished with white sofas and linens against rich mahogany floorboards - all perfectly selected to frame the star of the show.... the white sands and azure sea of Barbados.

   

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Moment a group of climbers are sent diving for cover as a boulder the size of a car comes loose on Mount Elbrus in Russia and crashes towards them 

The giant rock suddenly broke free on the Terskol glacier on Europe's highest peak, 18,510ft Mount Elbrus in southern Russia. Fearing for their lives, climbers are seen scarpering, alerted by a loud crash as the boulder separates from a ridge. The huge lump of rock skidded down on the ice, eventually coming to rest at the side of the glacier, the top of which is at an altitude of some 11,000ft.

An MP claims a $26 million contract paper-trail proves the federal government 'commandeered' rapid antigen tests intended for Queensland Rail workers but Health Minister Greg Hunt said this is false.

Researchers discovered many see their careers derailed - or even ended - just as they reach the peak of their working life due to absences caused by debilitating menopausal symptoms.

Don't fall to sleep! Siblings drift off in hammocks dangling 25metres in the air over steep cliff drop

Two siblings have gone viral after spending the night in a swinging hammock suspended a gut-wrenching 70ft in the air (pictured). Sam Simons, 23, and his family were travelling through the picturesque south coast of New South Wales, Australia, for a summer holiday when they stumbled across the secretive location. Sam and his younger sister Ariana Simons, 19, set up the hammocks. Ariana was above a 10m drop and Sam 3m above a slanted rock, where they stayed to sleep for the night. Sam said: 'I've been dreaming of doing this for years, I just needed to come across the right shaped cliff.'

   

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