Kylie Jenner finally credits inspiration for lip kit art

Vlada Haggerty's artwork is 'everything' to Kylie Jenner - but it took her over a year to admit it. It wasn't the first time Kylie posted the image - the only difference this time round was that she credited the original artist. And at least one of them may have been Kylie or a Kylie Cosmetics employee. Some followers commented on the Kylie Cosmetics image, charging that it was a 'cheap copy'. The same day, Vlada shared a side-by-side comparison of the photos on Instagram, highlighting their incredible similarities.

January 21, 2017 23:06 UTC

Freak snowfall brings winter to Cardrona in summer

Freak snowfall brings winter to Cardrona in summerEWAN MACKIE Freak snowfall in January has brought winter to Cardrona Alpine Resort. Guests at Cardrona Alpine Resort, near Wanaka, have woken to a winter wonderland – in the middle of summer. In five years at the resort McIvor said he had never seen these conditions in January. Some resort guests from Vietnam and China told McIvor they had never seen snow before. The resort is open for summer activities, including mountain biking, carting, walking and summer tubing, but the record snowfall would put a stop to those today, McIvor said.

January 21, 2017 23:01 UTC

Ido and Mandy Drent had a tough birth saying 'things weren't going well

Ido and Mandy Drent have opened up about the birth of their daughter Elliotte, detailing the difficult birth right down to the moment the "mood in the room changed". I was having contractions and they were becoming pretty regular so I said to Ido, 'We've got to get out of here,'" Mandy says. They went home, but when things intensified they went straight to hospital where Mandy spent a few hours in a birthing pool but still didn't make any progress. "The baby was in an awkward position and I could see by the looks on everyone's faces in the room that things weren't going well. "I see another side to Mandy when she's having our babies.

January 21, 2017 23:01 UTC

Spice Girls' Geri Halliwell Horner gives birth to son

Spice Girls' Geri Halliwell Horner gives birth to sonMark Thompson Geri Halliwell with her husband Christian Horner. Geri Horner has given birth to a son. The former Spice Girls star and husband Christian Horner announced the arrival of their first child together on Saturday morning. The remaining Spice Girls, Victoria Beckham and Melanie Chisholm, have yet to comment on the baby news. Shortly after Geri's pregnancy announcement last year, Baby Spice Emma said she was "over the moon" for her friend.

January 21, 2017 22:14 UTC

Dowling sees potential in Tuatapere's tourism sector

Dowling sees potential in Tuatapere's tourism sectorJamie Searle/Fairfax NZ Murray Dowling with a batch of his Takitimu Sausages. Tuatapere businessman Murray Dowling believes tourism could be the key to lifting the town's profile. The butchery Dowling built onto his cafe/bar/restaurant began making Takitimu sausages last year to fill the void left by the closure of the town's butcher's shop in 2015. The shop made the popular Tuatapere sausages. "It doesn't matter where you go, people know about Tuatapere sausages," Dowling said.

January 21, 2017 21:57 UTC

Black Caps v Bangladesh scorecard - second test, day three

Black Caps v Bangladesh scorecard - second test, day threeHagen Hopkins/ Getty Images Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan. Scorecard from the second test between the Black Caps and Bangladesh, at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. COMMENTARY:Black Caps v BangladeshBALL-BY-BALL:Scorer's call- Stuff

January 21, 2017 21:31 UTC

Biathlon body clears 22 Russians, investigating 7 others

The IBU said Saturday that the Russian Biathlon Union "is to provide the IBU with a detailed and fully documented report with respect to the seven cases under investigation." Another IBU executive board meeting on Feb. 9 will determine the status of the seven athletes still under investigation for the world championships in Hochfilzen, Austria, beginning the same day. Russian biathlon competitors implicated in the McLaren report ranged from Olympic medal winners to regional-level or junior athletes with no major achievements. Documentation regarding many of the cases was incomplete in the redacted version of the report made available to the public. Since that report was published, sports bodies have mulled how to adjudicate sample-swap cases since it's hard to prove individual Russian athletes knew of the cover-up.

January 21, 2017 21:27 UTC

Rain delays play in Christchurch

Rain has delayed the start of play on day three of the second test between New Zealand and Bangladesh in Christchurch. Play was due to start at 10.37am after rain wiped out the final 12 overs of yesterday, but bad weather has been lashing the city overnight and this morning. Rain is forecast to ease later this morning before settling in from noon until late in the afternoon, Fairfax reports. The forecast is looking better for days four and five, with overcast but dry conditions set for Monday and mostly clear conditions expected on Tuesday. When play does get under way, the Black Caps will resume on 260-7, still 29 runs behind.

January 21, 2017 21:22 UTC

Kristen Stewart says President Donald Trump was 'obsessed with her' and 'insane'

Kristen Stewart has slammed Donald Trump for being "obsessed" with her. Related Content Natalie Portman slams Hollywood inequality and how women are portrayed on film As it happened: Inauguration Day 2017 - Donald Trump sworn in as 45th US President Movie review: XXX: The Return of Xander Cage"Everyone knows I am right that Robert Pattinson should dump Kristen Stewart. "Robert Pattinson is putting on a good face for the release of Twilight. Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2012"After Friday's Twilight release, I hope Robert Pattinson will not be seen in public with -she will cheat on him again!

January 21, 2017 21:01 UTC

Football: Tottenham fight back to earn draw with Man City

Tottenham staged a rousing fightback at Manchester City after uncharacteristic blunders by goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, recovering a 2-2 draw in an engrossing Premier League encounter. City remained fifth and will be ruing the collapse after completely overwhelming the visitors with a high-tempo first-half performance. The header went straight to Sane, who then had clear sight of goal to put City in front. Sterling was racing through on goal and defender Kyle Walker was struggling to catch the City winger. Tottenham remains three points ahead of City and closed within six points of leader Chelsea, which hosts Hull on Sunday.

January 21, 2017 20:50 UTC

Spurs battle back to draw with Man City

Photo ReutersSecond-placed Tottenham Hotspur rode their luck to battle back and earn an unlikely 2-2 Premier League draw at Manchester City on Saturday after mistakes by goalkeeper Hugo Lloris had left them two goals down. Tottenham cut Chelsea's lead to six points ahead of the leaders' home match with Hull City on Sunday. However, City outplayed their visitors in the first period. Tottenham's goal led a charmed life as City swarmed forward and somehow Mauricio Pochettino's side reached the interval at 0-0. Alli halved the deficit with a header from Walker's cross but City were still in the ascendancy.

January 21, 2017 20:43 UTC

Kids fight for Crohn’s and colitis sufferers

Kids fight for Crohn’s and colitis sufferersRichard Stein Fifty-seven kids have signed the petition to be sponsored by Trevor Mallard. Relief may be on the way for the country's crohn's and colitis sufferers, thanks to a determined 12-year-old girl. She turned that embarrassment into empowerment and Ally's Law has since been passed by 14 American states. Thorton's fight began at New Zealand's Camp Purple Live - a support break away for Crohn's and colitis youngsters. Under Ally's Law, businesses that violate the measure can be fined up to $US100.

January 21, 2017 20:30 UTC

Time for Europe to wake up - Le Pen

2017-01-21t104244z_755677330_lr1ed1l0tqriw_rtrmadp_3_europe-farright.jpg Marine Le Pen gives a speech during a European far-right leaders meeting in Koblenz, Germany, Photo ReutersFrench far-right leader Marine Le Pen urged European voters to follow the example of Americans and the British and "wake up" in 2017, at a meeting of right-wing leaders aiming to oust established parties in elections this year. Le Pen told several hundred supporters in the German city of Koblenz that Britons' vote last year to leave the European Union would set in train a "domino effect". A day after US President Donald Trump took office, Le Pen said his inauguration speech included "accents in common" with the message on reclaiming national sovereignty proclaimed by the far-right leaders meeting in Koblenz. "The key factor that is going to set in course all the dominos of Europe is Brexit," Le Pen said. Le Pen said if elected she would ask the EU to return sovereign powers to France and hold a referendum on the outcome of negotiations she expected to follow.

January 21, 2017 20:22 UTC

Kim Kardashian ‘keen to get going on baby no. 3’

Kim Kardashian ‘keen to get going on baby no. Kim Kardashian is reportedly desperate to have a third child as she battles to get her marriage back on track. READ MORE:* Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's fighting* Why are people mocking her for being a victim of violent crime? my son ❤ A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Jan 4, 2017 at 9:54am PSTOh Northie!!! However, after seeing the stress Kim has been going through Kanye appears to have eased up on the baby pressure.

January 21, 2017 20:12 UTC

Mason Lee death: More charges laid by police

Queensland police have laid more charges against the mother of fatally injured toddler Mason Jet Lee and her former partner. Mason died at a Caboolture home, north of Brisbane, in June 2016 as the result of inflammation from a ruptured small intestine. At the time, Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman said another nine employees were the subject of disciplinary proceedings. Opposition child safety spokeswoman Ros Bates said more than 50 children known to Queensland's child safety department died in 2016. - With AAPIn November last year three staff members from the Queensland child safety department were stood down after an internal review into Mason's death.

January 21, 2017 20:07 UTC

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