- via metro.co.ukKylie’s collection sold out quickly (Picture: Instagram)Kylie Jenner fans were crushed when her new Kylie x Grinch makeup collection sold out almost as soon as it was released.The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is bringing the glam to Whoville this holiday season with a makeup collaboration with none other than the legendary Dr Seuss Christmas curmudgeon.We’re green with envy for anyone who managed to snag any of the items in the Kylie x Grinch collection when it was released y
- The NY governor said Monday 'my mom and two of my girls are coming up'. His comments sparked a fierce backlash online and he was forced to announce a change in plans.
Dianne Feinstein to step down as top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary panel after Lindsey Graham hugSenator Dianne Feinstein is to step down as the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee from January when the next Congress begins. She fell out of favor with some dems during ACB hearings
- Pub bosses fear their sector will be destroyed by the return of the tier system, claiming the hospitality industry is being unfairly blamed for the spread of the virus
- Exports of iron ore surged to a record high in October with China buying 80 per cent of the commodity used to make steel. This raw material last month accounted for 36 per cent of Australia's total exports.
- Ghislaine Maxwell has been in jail since July, and is currently in quarantine after a guard tested positive for COVID. She has tested negative so far, but is being kept in restricted conditions.
- Up to 5,000 teenagers travelled to Queensland's Sunshine Coast over the weekend for a week of wild partying to celebrate finishing their last year of school.
- Peter Bui's string of violent robberies started in November last year when he broke into Orange's Ascott Gardens Nursing Home in the NSW Central West and stole cash from a resident.
- A Melbourne Magistrate has admitted it's 'a bit funny' that sacked elephant keeper Lucas McGhie, 36, broke into Melbourne Zoo to feed the animals and take selfies.
- NRL star Jarryd Hayne told a woman to see a doctor in response to her two text messages saying she was hurting and crying after their sexual encounter, his rape trial has been told.
- 'On the fifth day of Christmas, the PM said to me: "That's enough fun for this year"'
Paris police filmed violently breaking up a makeshift camp, dispersing hundreds of homeless refugeesFrench riot police have been accused of using 'outrageous tactics' to clear around 500 homeless refugees from Paris' Place de la République on Monday night.
- South Australia was plunged into one of the toughest lockdowns the world has seen after a 36-year-old Spaniard falsely claimed he didn't work at a popular pizza bar.
- A rising infection rate in the capital, bucking the trend for most of England, has raised the possibility it could be plunged into the harshest Tier 3 restrictions.
- Professor Sarah Gilbert formed part of the core of scientists working on the Oxford University vaccine for eight months which has shown to be 90 percent effective
- The off-duty officer from Sussex Police who slammed into 73-year-old John Wilson, on Tarring Road, Worthing, on October 19, as he was rising his bike has been let off with a £30 fine.
- Josh Ramm, a 28-year-old security guard from Bolton, Lancashire, helped disarm the man holding a knife at the McDonald's drive-thru in Stockport on Wednesday.
- Blazes have been ripping through the Queensland World Heritage Listed bushland on Fraser Island for the past five weeks, blanketing the normally idyllic surrounds in a thick grey fog
Art dealer 'likely forged email from Microsoft's Paul Allen offering £10m for a Picasso' judge findsSiblings Sean, Lauren and David Carpenter claim Astrid-Caroline Cole falsified an email exchange with Paul Allen, in which he allegedly offered to buy Picasso's work Le Sauvetage for $10million.
- Boris Johnson says England will return to a three-tier system next month with more areas being placed under the tougher restrictions than before the second lockdown
- Sydney toddler Grace Bridges, now aged one, was a joyful toddler until she became overrun with fevers, started vomiting all the time and was constantly tired.
- Lottery officials called for punters to check their tickets to see if they are a big winner, with $14.85 million in unclaimed winnings waiting for collection.
- Lines for coronavirus testing in New York City are lengthening as holidays near. Websites such as TaskRabbit offer freelances a job in the 'gig economy'. People are being paid up to $80/hour.
- Bars, clubs and restaurants in South Australia may be able to deliver either two bottles of wine or a bottle of wine and a six-pack of beer, cider or pre-mixed spirits with takeaway meals.
- Retired detective Pat Brosnan made the damning assessment during an appearance on Fox's America's Newsroom on Monday, in which he contradicted Mayor Bill de Blasio.
- Buses will replace trains between North Sydney and Wynyard from January 1 to January 10 to allow crews to replace a timber deck along the bridge's rail line with a more durable concrete structure.
Sydney food delivery killed, the fifth to die in two months on Australian roads as pattern continuesA food delivery driver who died after being struck by a truck in Sydney has become the fifth delivery worker to be killed on Australian roads in just three months.
- Kate Brown (left), the Democrat governor of Oregon, announced last week that a two-week 'freeze' would be brought into effect, with a limit on six people gathering in any one home.
- Rishi Sunak is planning to pause a five per cent pay rise in the national living wage - meaning many frontline workers will see no real term increase in their rate of pay.
- Hayley McDonald, 35, repeatedly broke the 50mph limit on the M62 near Warrington, Lancs, while rushing to get to work as a ventilation specialist at Manchester Royal Infirmary
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