Advertisement
logoSections
19 Dec '15, 1:06pm
Single men stage anti-Christmas rally
Single men stage anti-Christmas rally

Angry single men calling themselves “Losers with Women” marched through Tokyo's streets, bashing the upcoming holiday.

19 Dec '15, 11:11am
Facebook fans save runaway pig
Facebook fans save runaway pig

A pig that escaped from a Swedish abbatoir to avoid ending up on a Christmas dinner plate won a stay on execution.

18 Dec '15, 09:32am
PICS: Fans’ ‘Star Wars wedding’
PICS: Fans’ ‘Star Wars wedding’

A couple got married as they waited in line for the first US public showings of “Star Wars; The Force Awakens”.

17 Dec '15, 06:39am
Surfing Santas set world record
Surfing Santas set world record

About 320 surfing Santas in Australia set a new world record at the nation's most popular beach. [VIDEO].

15 Dec '15, 11:09am
Chinese diners charged clean-air fee
Chinese diners charged clean-air fee

Clean air has its price in China: a restaurant in Zhangjiagang is charging each diner 1 yuan as a clean air fee.

11 Dec '15, 09:44am
Tiger befriends intended lunch
Tiger befriends intended lunch

A rare friendship between an Amur tiger and its intended lunch, a goat, at a safari park in Russia has invited wide interests.

10 Dec '15, 2:50pm
Obama’s top tune of 2015
Obama’s top tune of 2015

Barack Obama says his favourite song of 2015 is "How Much a Dollar Cost" by Grammy-nominated rapper Kendrick Lamar.

10 Dec '15, 11:31am
PM's dog bites political visitors
PM's dog bites political visitors

Israel’s PM Benjamin Netanyahu's recently adopted dog Kaiya has sunk her teeth into her new position.

10 Dec '15, 09:24am
Meet the UK’s graveyard tourists
Meet the UK’s graveyard tourists

A small group of tombstone tourists has turned Britain's graveyards into their playground.

09 Dec '15, 2:37pm
Santa busted in seasonal tax sting
Santa busted in seasonal tax sting

A Hungarian Santa received a nasty surprise after tax inspector booked him for failing to invoice his seasonal gift-giving services.

08 Dec '15, 3:44pm
The not so National Orders
The not so National Orders

National Orders are handed to those who contribute to the upliftment of SA. We hand out awards for doing the opposite.

07 Dec '15, 7:22pm
The mystery of the floating euros
The mystery of the floating euros

Police in Austria are trying to find out how more than 100 000 euros came to be floating down an arm of the River Danube.

07 Dec '15, 1:58pm
2 000 in record-breaking science lesson
2 000 in record-breaking science lesson

About 2 000 Indian school students conducted the “largest practical science lesson” attempting to set a new world record.

07 Dec '15, 12:53am
Video: Variety fun santa run
Video: Variety fun santa run

Around three-thousand people dressed as Santa Claus ran through Sydney for the Variety Santa Fun Run.

04 Dec '15, 1:48pm
Cops set up ID parade for stolen sheep
Cops set up ID parade for stolen sheep

Farmers have been reunited with their stolen sheep after picking them out from ovine identity parades.