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The 12 young football players rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand are recovering well, as new video footage shows them waving and appearing to smile behind green surgical masks in a hospital isolation unit (left). The video from the hospital in Chiang Rai, northern Thailand sees some of the boys making 'horn' hand signs for the camera, as they sit in their beds surrounded by medical staff (right). The last remaining four school boys and their coach, who had been trapped in the Tham Luang cave complex for 18 days, were carried out on stretchers on Tuesday at the end of a three-day operation(inset). The leader of the U.S. contingent of the operation has revealed that the arduous journey through the water-filled tunnes of the cave would see them endure dives in zero visibility lasting up to half an hour. 

Prince Harry and Meghan arrive to meet Irish leader Michael Higgins

The Duchess of Sussex has today captured hearts and won over a nation as she tickled children, joked with a president and played with dogs on her whirlwind tour of Ireland. Meghan and Harry started a second day of engagements in Dublin with a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins where they bonded over their shared love of rescue dogs (bottom right). Bounding with energy and enthusiasm, the pair then played with youngsters at a football ground (main) with Harry even letting one cheeky chap stroke his beard (bottom left).

A quarantine issue led to Aldi pulling a $69 bargain 'special buy' from its stores in Australia on Wednesday. The Natural Wood Side Table will need to undergo further treatment before it is sold.

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A healthy diet doesn't always mean you need to give up your favourite foods. Australian dietitian Dr Joanna McMillan reveals chocolate and wine are just some you can eat for a longer life.

Analysts have revealed the truth about frequent flyer points and who wins. They argue that Qantas, who has the most popular program in Australia, wants their customers points to expire.

A man asked users of an online forum if they also have so-called 'p*** shivers' after his girlfriend told releasing urine causes her to experience shivers 'from her spine to her head'.

Child murderer Rick Thorburn has been moved to another jail amid fears he could be killed

NEW Thorburn was sentenced to life behind bars earlier this year for murdering his 12-year-old foster child Taihleigh Palmer. The father-of-two smothered the young girl to death to cover up for his son, Trent Thorburn - who revealed he had sex with her. The 57-year-old was originally jailed at Southern Queensland Correctional Centre but was moved to Woodford Correctional Centre in June.

The announcement of three new iron mines from major companies means there's a job boom on the horizon in Western Australia.

While the Land Down Under has nothing on Japan, Singapore and Germany, which make up the top three, its passport allows entry to 183 destinations without a visa.

Pregnant Pippa Middleton breezes into Wimbledon

The Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister, 34, wrapped her neat bump in a blue linen shirt dress by Ralph Lauren, teamed with simple black espadrilles as she visited SW19 with her younger brother. James Middleton also cut a casual figure in a blue linen shirt, patterned trousers and suede loafers.

Techhoak Danny Lim, 27, was arrested in Riverside, California, on July 5 after being caught on video throwing his toddler son to the ground and using his body to hit his girlfriend during a violent dispute.

Sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox reveals the ten signs that your mother-in-law is ruining your relationship and says that if any man hates his mother he hates ALL women.

Italian grandfather who crashed into George Clooney's scooter

Antonelli Viglino, 65, had come to a stop and was about to turn left, crossing Clooney's path, when the actor plowed into him, reportedly at a speed of 60mph. Terrifying video of the collision shows Clooney being flung from his bike and landing on the ground. Miraculously, he survived with no head injuries and some damage to his pelvis. Viglino said he was stunned to learn who Clooney was once his helmet had been removed.

Researchers from the Autonomous University of Barcelona found that injecting a hormone, known as FGF21, causes weight loss and greater insulin sensitivity in rodents.

Russell Crowe sports a bushy beard during a visit to Disneyland

He cemented his status as a Hollywood hunk thanks to his roles in films like Gladiator and A Cinderella man. But Russell Crowe looked dramatically different from his earlier days during a visit to Disneyland in the States on Monday.   The 54-year-old Oscar winner showed off a bushy grey beard and fuller physique as he strolled around the theme park.

Australian model Jesinta Campbell is renown for her beautiful, glowing and luminous complexion. She revealed her nightly skincare routine - and the product she swears by for a great night's sleep.

A huge percentage of Australians have been face, hair and sheet masking for many years now. But the latest beauty trend is taking things south - could butt masking be the biggest craze of 2018?

Meghan Markle wears £17,000 wardrobe in just three hours in Dublin

The Duchess of Sussex , 36, looked typically glamorous as she kicked off a second day of engagements in Dublin with a visit to the official residence of President Michael D Higgins. Meghan is a known friend of Mouret's with the French designer making appearances on her now deleted Instagram account so it came as no surprise to see her her opt for one of his pieces today.

Within hours of their two-hour visit, Irish politician Catharine Noone posted to Facebook (pictured) suggesting Meghan agreed with the country's recent referendum result on abortion.

Eagle-eyed royal watchers spotted that the Duchess of Sussex, 36, had left the packaging on the protective studs on the underside of her bag as she stepped off the plane at Dublin City Airport.

Carole and Michael touched down on SW19 on Wednesday, closely followed by the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex, in their second visit to the tournament in a week.

Inside Roxy Jacenko's lavish Singapore Airlines flight to London

Roxy Jacenko has previously said she prefers to travel via private jet.  So, for her flight to Europe this week, the PR queen was more than happy to spend a little extra to make the journey as comfortable as possible for her family. The 38-year-old jetted to London with her husband Oliver Curtis and their two young children on Monday, flying first class with Singapore Airlines where tickets cost upwards of $12,500 per adult.

Strong demand for the upcoming iPhones is largely a result of the 'lack of upgrade activity over the past few years', according to market analysts at Boston firm BlyeFin Research.

Australian diver opens up for about Thai soccer team rescue

Anaesthetist Richard 'Harry' Harris was described as 'essential' to the rescue operation because of his unique skills and expertise, including 30 years' cave diving experience and his work as a medical retrieval specialist with South Australia's MedSTAR service. The 53-year-old, who completed his medical training in the UK, New Zealand and Adelaide, spoke to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday about the daring operation into the secluded cave. 'The last couple of hundred metres underwater is very difficult to find your way through. For the entire dive at the back of the cave there's zero visibility (due to) mud and clay,' Mr Harris told the Prime Minister over Skype.

Adelaide-based anaesthetist Dr Richard Harris wasn't calling friends or loved ones as the children's coach was the last to be pulled to safety from the Tham Luang cave system.

Perth vet Craig Challen, a close friend of Adelaide anaesthetist Richard Harris, is one of Australia's leading technical divers who played a leading role rescuing 12 boys trapped in a Thai cave.

Anaesthetist Richard 'Harry' Harris completed his medical training in the UK, New Zealand and Adelaide. He was called to the Thai cave rescue as one of the most experience in the world.

Carl Williams' widow Roberta loses fight to keep her $1million home

The widow and daughter of slain drug lord Carl Williams (left) will be forced from their Melbourne home (inset), with the property to be seized and sold by the Australian Taxation Office to settle a longstanding family debt. Roberta Williams learned on Wednesday that she had failed in her appeal to stop the ATO selling the Essendon house - worth more than $1 million - left to her daughter Dhakota (pictured right with her mother) by Carl's father, George Williams. George, who died in 2016, had struck a settlement deal with the ATO to mortgage his house, but died with $740,000 still owing.

Kate Middleton made a surprise appearance at a public event months prior to her scheduled return from maternity leave. She appeared alongside her husband and other Royals at RAF 100th anniversary.

Queen Elizabeth II will welcome President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump at Windsor Castle with a military parade before they have tea on Friday.

Trump mingles with world leaders at NATO after breakfast blow-up

President Donald Trump jovially greeted fellow world leaders on Wednesday afternoon at the opening ceremony of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's leader's summit in Brussels. Trump smiled and posed for photos with Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May and affectionately conversed with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. The U.S. president proudly stood front and center between May and Stoltenberg for the summit's family portrait and a military flyover welcoming delegations from the organizations 29 members nations to Belgium. A riled up Trump had clearly calmed down from a terse conversation at breakfast with Stoltenberg, whom he had dressed down during a heated argument over Germany 's energy partnership with Russia . Trump had fumed in remarks heard 'round the world that 'Germany is a captive of Russia' and the U.S. would 'have to do something' to rectify the pipeline deal that's funneling billions into Moscow's economy. 'Germany is totally controlled by Russia,' Trump had charged. 'I think its a very bad thing for NATO,' the U.S. president had asserted.

A number of factors could contribute to almost one million homeowners defaulting on their mortgages in the coming months, an independent analyst has warned.

Morgan Gabrielle Jaya Cox, known as 'Mistress Gabrielle', was found guilty of assaulting a 'slave' after she put her in a headlock and punched her face several times at a kink party in Adelaide.

Babies killed by meth-addicts as experts warn of 'national crisis'

Ten years ago a former GP of the year warned that ice would kill more children than crack cocaine which flooded Australia's streets in the 1980s. Making his grim prediction, Dr Ross Wilson said: 'One doctor told me ice is the worst drug he has seen as far as infant mortality is concerned. It's worse than crack cocaine.' A decade later and his forecast appears to be coming true: In seven years, ice-related deaths have doubled to 300 a year and instances of ice-addled parents killing their children are becoming shockingly common. Lachlan Bulloch (left) suffered severe brain injuries, bruising to his head and neck, and had meth in his system, when he was killed by his mother Melissa Louise Bulloch (inset left), 27. Zayden Veal (centre) was repeatedly bashed before he was stabbed 32 times with a homemade copper baton by ice-addicted burglar Harley Hicks (inset centre). Chayse Dearing (right) was killed by Dwayne Justin Lindsey (inset right). Lindsey claimed he fell asleep with the child on his chest, then woke and jumped when he thought a spider was crawling on him.

Billy Slater awarded State of Origin man of the series despite Queensland losing to New

NEW Retiring Queensland State of Origin legend Billy Slater has won the coveted player of the series medal - despite only playing in two of his team's three games and the Maroons losing to New South Wales. Slater captained Queensland to victory in the third and final game of this year's series against the Blues at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Sunday night. After the game he was awarded the Wally Lewis Medal for player of the series - but some fans felt he was an undeserving recipient. 'Shame that another great Origin game has been overshadowed by the decision to give Wally Lewis medal to Billy Slater,' one person said. 'I appreciate Billy Slater's Origin career as much as the next bloke, but him being player of the series is a joke. He didn't even play in game one,' a fan posted on Twitter. 'Billy Slater played two out of three games in a losing series and won player of the series, are you taking the p**s?' another said.

Former Maroons player Trevor Gillmeister - known as 'The Axe - fell down the stairs of the stage in the middle of Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Wednesday night.

Optical illusion reveals easily skewed perception of colour

A new optical illusion has revealed just how easily our perceptions of colour can be skewed.  The illusion, by Harvard University, involves  grid of 1,000 individual dots, which range from very blue to darker hues of purple. Researchers asked a group of volunteers to say if they thought each individual dot was blue or purple.  During the trials, dots that the participants previously identified as purple looked increasingly blue to them. Researchers say this is because it could be that the human brain doesn't make decisions based on hard rules but on context of what it's seen before.

Ex Wiggle and personal trainer Lauren Hannaford shares her health and beauty regime 

She's the former elite gymnast who once played Dorothy the Dinosaur and impressed on Ninja Warrior this week. So just how does the personal trainer and wife of ex Wiggle Simon Pryce, Lauren Hannaford (left and right), maintain her abs? Speaking to FEMAIL, the 32-year-old shared her health and beauty regime - as well as her the one thing you'll have to give up if you want to tone up.

Can you spot what's unusual about this home?

A large, double-brick property dating back to 1977 has hit the market for the first time in over 40 years. Magill's 'masterpiece' of a home, located at 5 Greenham Avenue, is nestled in a beautiful tree-lined street which also boasts picturesque city views of Adelaide. And while all of these features are alluring, there is one very opulent feature in this home that makes it stand out from all the rest.

'I'm going to kill a lot of people and it'll be your fault': Tinder date reveals the chilling words of an accused axe-attacker she met just hours before her rampage

A transgender woman (left) sent a message to a new acquaintance she met on a dating app just hours before she attacked two people with an axe. The message read: 'One day I will kill a lot of people and it will be your fault', shortly before she attacked two people with an axe, a Sydney jury was told on Wednesday. Mickila Jahnsen said she met Evie Amati, 26, via Tinder hours before the attack and had drinks with her and friends before three of them each took a capsule they believed was ecstasy. Video (right) of Amati using an axe to strike two customers to the ground in a 7-Eleven convenience store was played to the jury on Tuesday.

Croatian WAGs in Moscow ahead of World Cup semi-finals

The Croatian WAGs have descended on Moscow in spectacular style, posing in front of the city's famous landmarks and brandishing their country’s flag (inset). Croatia claimed victory over the World Cup's host nation in a nail-biting 4-3 win on penalties last weekend, and will take on England at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium tonight. Leading the charge was head WAG Adriana Đurđević, the glamorous girlfriend of centre-back Duje Caleta-Car (right and inset); joined by Izabel Andrijanic, the model wife of Croatia's Mateo Kovacic (top left); and Ivana Vida, wife of Domagoj Vida (bottom left).

The future of building? Incredible 'builderbot' 3D prints a family home for five in just 54 hours

A team of researchers, scientists and engineers from France have created a 3D printed house in just a matter of hours. For the first time ever, the four-bedroom house will serve as home for a family of five. The 1,022-square-foot house, located in the northwestern French city of Nantes, only took about two days - or 54 hours - to complete.

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Is Carl Lentz the man who will marry Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin?

He's the charismatic pastor who Justin Bieber counts as one of his close confidants. And Carl Lentz has sparked rumours that he could be the man to marry the Canadian hitmaker, 24, and his new fiancée Hailey Baldwin, 21. The 39-year-old, who runs the controversial celebrity megachurch Hillsong in Los Angeles, was seen looking casual in a leather jacket as he jetted into Sydney for the Hillsong conference on Wednesday. 

Casey Daggett, of Fairport, New York, is opening up about her decision to share a photo of the final moments of her daughter, Zoey, before she passed away from a rare, terminal brain tumor.

Melbourne mother transforms husband's business shirt into a dress

Nifty mothers continue to prove that you don't need to splash lots of cash to look stylish. One Melbourne mother has revealed her incredible clothing transformation when she turned her husband's old business shirt into a cute dress for her three-year-old daughter (left and right). 'Long story short, hubby was about to throw out his old shirt, I transformed it into a dress for Megan,' she told FEMAIL about the transformation.

Mariam Veiszadeh, the Afghanistan-born founder of Islamophobia Register Australia, has sparked a flurry of debate by declaring every new ethnicity had encountered hostility.

The late singer's former oceanfront Malibu mansion is currently available for rent for $110,000 per month and features a jaw-dropping seven bedroom and nine bathrooms.

The owners made a staggering $1 million in just two years, after buying the Palm Beach property on the Gold Coast for $2.25 million in 2016.

Steve Jacobs' estranged wife Rosie has split from handsome Canadian commando Dylan Nash

Rosie Jacobs has split from her Canadian commando lover Dylan Nash after two months of dating, Daily Mail Australia can exclusively reveal. The mother-of-two, 39, began dating Dylan, 32, after separating from her husband, former Today show weatherman Steve, 51, last year. A source told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday that the brief relationship recently 'fizzled out' and has been 'the talk of the expat community in Port Vila', Vanuatu.

There's good news for Coles shoppers still adjusting to ban on single-use plastic bags. Its giveaway of free reusable bags has been extended to help customers make the transition.

Australia's top Muslim cleric has died following a long cancer fight. The Islamic Council of Victoria confirmed on Wednesday morning that the Grand Mufti Abdul Azeem al-Afifi 'has passed away.

Mother-to-be shares a photo of her hairy stomach during pregnancy

The list of possible pregnancy side effects are endless. From excess sweating to black belly buttons, enlarged breasts, a sore tailbone, and even moving teeth, it varies for every pregnant woman, and certainly doesn't end there. It turns out hairy bellies can also pop up - which is exactly what journalist, Monique Bowley (right and stomach, left), is experiencing. The hairy surprise came along as early as her first trimester, but hasn't yet shifted, some 25 weeks later.

A bumper crop of Avozillas, giant avocados five times the size of the regular variety and weighing almost 2kg, has hit the Australian market, and are selling fast at the firm price of $12 each.

Skinnys Bar and Grill shut down because it wasn't making enough money. Furious staff claim they worked up to four weeks without pay after being told there was a 'banking error.'

Instagram model reveals the challenges of launching swimwear range

At just 22 years old, Michaela Wain launched her own boutique swimwear business. With more than half a million Instagram followers, the Australian model said she thought starting her bikini brand Michaela Wain Swim would be smooth sailing. But her journey to success was far from easy. Here, she shared the five things she learned in the past 12 months after building her swimwear range on social media at such a young age.

If your marriage has been on the rocks for a while, it may be time to consider calling it quits. Melbourne-based divorce coach Prudence Henschke reveals the signs divorce may be the best option.

Elle Murphy's family were suffering from itchy eyes and difficulty with breathing when one day they found a syringe in the garage of their rental home in Penrith, Sydney's west.

The changing face of the Australian worker has been revealed with a new survey showing women dominate much of the new job market in most parts of the country.

The six mates from Perth took home the $503,668 division one prize in the Saturday Lotto draw by entering in a syndicate, with one of them revealing they had a strong feeling a win was imminent.

From Gucci skirts to Dolce and Gabbana dresses: Glamorous mother and daughter who dress

Fashion is all about having fun and expressing who you are, which is exactly what one mother and daughter doing with their designer outfits. Jo Walker (left in left and left in right), from Sydney, Australia, is a vintage fashion and antique dealer with a keen eye for fashion who accidentally started 'twinning' with her five-year-old daughter Ivy (right in left and right in right). She enjoys dressing her daughter up in extravagant designer outfits that cost as much as $1,800 to match her own $5,300 dresses. FEMAIL spoke to the globetrotting pair, who shared details on their lives and wardrobes.

EXCLUSIVE Researchers from the Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, found that compounds in jujube fruits programme lung, breast and prostate cancer cells to kill themselves in the lab.

One in five sexual assaults reported in New South Wales are committed by someone the victim met on Tinder or a similar online dating tool, alarming new findings reveal.

It's not every day that a brand less than five years old gets worn by some of the world's biggest stars. But that has been the case or Dead Studios, recently spotted on Kyle Jenner, Sofia Richie and more.

More than $1 million in illicit drugs and 28 arrests were made following a police operation on a major drug syndicate on the Sunshine Coast.

Grieving mum claims daughter cut off contact with family when she married an older, Muslim

Siobhann Brown believes if her daughter Ashlee had not converted to Islam and married an older Muslim man who seemed to cut her off from her family, she might still be alive. Ashlee was about 20 when she told her mother she was marrying Mohamed Naddaf, a man 12 years older than her. It was the last time Ms Brown (left) ever heard from her daughter. Five years later Ashlee was found dead in the bathroom of the home she shared with Naddaf (The couple is pictured at right). She had suffered more than 100 injuries and according to her husband, who has pleaded guilty to manslaughter, was attacked by a person still unknown. 'Ashlee (inset) was a fun-loving girl,' Ms Brown told Daily Mail Australia. 'She was giving. She was loving. She loved the sun, the beach. She loved singing, dancing, having fun.'

Unpaid internships are controversial but regarded as necessary in today's working world. FEMAIL created a list of the most outlandish tasks ever asked of interns around the world.

She reportedly accepted Justin Bieber's proposal on Saturday. And when they returned to the United States after their Bahamian holiday, Hailey Baldwin's left hand ring finger was occupied.

Socialite who had long-term affair with a billionaire is found guilty of biting police

Shari-Lea Hitchcock, 47, the long time mistress of an Australian billionaire was found guilty of biting a police officer after the intoxicated socialite tried to resist arrest in 2016. Miss Hitchcok's fall from grace since the 2016 incident has been rapid and in the public eye.

Savvy mother Peita Pini, from Sydney, decided to launch her own business The Swag selling reusable storage bags after she was getting fed-up with throwing out rotting produce.

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Bologna University scientists led the study of nearly 1,150 volunteers, believed to be the first long-term analysis of the diet's impact of bone health in older adults.

Meet the men and women who sculpted enviable physiques in just eight weeks

Since it was founded in 2011, the F45 fitness regime has attained cult status in Australia and around the world, with thousands of devotees showing off their gym-honed physiques as a result of following the program. And now, two new fitness enthusiasts from New South Wales and Queensland have debuted their incredible body transformations, after following a strict exercise regime for just eight weeks (left and right). Here, FEMAIL takes a look at their - and others' - success.

As the world watched the dramatic discovery and rescue of the 12 boys and their coach trapped in a cave in Thailand, one American film maker was already on the scene, and is adapting it into a movie.

Australians have voiced their concerns about one of the most controversial questions on the 2016 Census - with calls for it to be banned from the next survey.

Pamplona bull run: Matador proudly holds up EAR cut from a bull during Spanish festival

WARNING. GRAPHIC IMAGES. French matador Sebastian Castella holds up the ear he has just cut off a live bull during a fight at the infamous San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Spain (left and top right). Health authorities say three men have been sent to hospital today, having suffered injuries during the fifth day of bull runs in the northern city. One person has been gored and about 18 people treated in the hospital during this years edition of the week-long event which finished on Saturday.

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Abandoned Civilisations unravels the mysteries of over 90 lost worlds

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New York-based photographer Omar Z. Robles, 37, has been snapping shots of ballet dancers for more than four years. And for his latest photo series, titled Bare Sky Dance, Omar shows a more vulnerable side to the art of dance by juxtaposing the urban, gritty environment of New York City rooftops against the nude and graceful bodies of ballet dancers. 'The naked body speaks volumes to our fragile yet mystical and graceful existence,' Omar said. 'We are born naked and it was a naked act (in most cases) that brought life to each and everyone of us.' He added: 'I normally photograph dancers in the streets, but I thought the rooftops would be an interesting twist whilst providing some privacy at the moment of photographing.'

   

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