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Irish tourist, 32, arrested for carving his initials into the Colosseum in Rome

The Carabinieri police said the 32-year-old man was caught by the Colosseums private security and immediately reported to officers for carving his initial with a metal point on a pillar.


Michael Cohen steps out for stroll in Central Park while serving prison sentence at home

President Trumps former fixer was spotted walking around Central Park near his Upper East Side apartment on Friday morning as he took a break from promoting his book, Disloyal.


Hundreds of walkers cram onto Snowdon and queue without social distancing for a photo at the summit

Scores of walkers flouted social distancing guidelines this weekend as they stood crammed in queues to reach the summit of Mount Snowdon in Wales.


It was in no way political Dennis Quaid defends his role in White Houses coronavirus ad

Actor Dennis Quaid shared an Instagram video Saturday saying his participation in a $300million White House coronavirus awareness campaign wasnt political.


Man, 26, who is accused of shooting two Louisville officers is held on $1million bail

Bail for Larynzno D. Johnson was set at $1million after pleading not guilty to shooting two police officers in Louisville, Kentucky, on Wednesday during protests over the Breonna Taylor case


Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi claim Donald Trump hurrying SCOTUS nominee to throw out Obamacare

Joe Biden said Sunday Trump wants Congress to confirm Amy Coney Barrett before Election Day because the president wants a conservative Supreme Court to overturn Obamacare.


NINE neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens may face lockdowns due to surging covid infection rates

Health officials warned about the emergence of COVID-19 clusters in several zip codes last week, saying that they would begin rolling back reopenings in affected areas as early as Monday.


More than 1,500 people in 500 vehicles participate in a pro-Trump motorcade through Des Moines

More than 1,500 people participated in a pro-Trump motorcade that drove through the city of Des Moines on Saturday. About 500 vehicles drove in the motorcade.


Wedding venue is fined £10,000 for hosting a 120-person reception

The events venue in Stafford Park, Telford, Shropshire, has been fined £10,000 after police found 120 revellers celebrating at a wedding reception despite the new coronavirus measures.


Ipswich domestic violence survivor relives moment psychotic ex tried to massacre her family

Father-of-four and unemployed banker Neil de Graaf, 37, crashed his car into a home in Ipswich, south-eastern Queensland in November 2016 while his former partner April Wilmot, 23, was inside.


Man, 42, is jailed for a year after hosting two huge parties in Maryland despite COVID-19 orders

Shawn Marshall Myers was sentenced to one year in jail for violating the Large Gathering Order at his Hughesville, Maryland, home twice in March. Myers hosted two parties that surpassed 50 people.


Minneapolis city councilors backtrack on promise to dismantle the police

Members of the Minneapolis City Council are sharing their regrets on the collapsed pledge to dismantle the police saying the promise was up to interpretation.


Zoo keeper savagely mauled by GORILLA and left with two broken arms, chest and head injuries

Malabo, a 29-year-old male gorilla, managed to  break through three doors to get to the indoor facilities of the Madrid Zoo while the zookeeper was getting on with the usual breakfast routine.


Joe Montana wrestles his infant grandchild away from an alleged kidnapper

NFL star Joe Montana and his wife, Jennifer, saved one of their grandchildren from an intruder that allegedly snuck into a Malibu, California, home on Saturday and attempted to take the child


Schoolgirl, 15, is killed in accident at family farm that left her sister, 11, horrifically injured 

Mackenzie Guild, 15, and her sister Charlie, 11, were sitting in the tray of a ute that was towing a bogged vehicle at their familys cattle property 170km north of Charters Towers in Northern Queensland.


Muck-up day challenge goes too far as students torment sexual abuse survivor about paedophiles

Students at the Newcastle school, north of Sydney, were encouraged to send a teenage child abuse survivor a message defending paedophiles to score points in the twisted game.


Tradie offers help to people struggling with mental illness amid the coronavirus pandemic

Jack Nile from Huskisson on the NSW south coast posted a video to his Elite Lawn and Garden Care Facebook page last week.


Crying toddler found wandering the streets of Hull alone - as passer-by spots him and calls police

A toddler was found walking alone on the streets of Hull, East Yorkshire on Saturday afternoon. Two men phoned the police when the boy couldnt tell them where he lived.


Lindsey Graham Judiciary Committee will approve Amy Coney Barretts nomination October 22

Lindsey Graham said Sunday the Judiciary Committee will hold its confirmation hearings for SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett next month and report her nomination to the Senate on Oct. 22.


Survivor of Claremont Killer Bradley Edwards attack reveals question he asked before assault

Future serial killer Bradley Edwards came up from behind to attack Wendy Davis as she worked at her desk at Hollywood Hospital in Nedlands, western Perth in May 1990.


Crying toddler is found wandering the streets of Hull alone asking where he lives by passer-by

A toddler was found walking alone on the streets of Hull, East Yorkshire on Saturday afternoon. Two men phoned the police when the boy couldnt tell them where he lived.


Pelosi claims Trump hurrying SCOTUS confirmation so court can strike down Obamacare

Nancy Pelosi said Sunday she is concerned Donald Trump is rushing through his Supreme Court nominee because he wants to take down the Affordable Care Act at the highest U.S. court.


Oliver Dowden says Premier League deal to help EFL could be agreed this week

A plan to use Premier League cash to help lower league football clubs stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis could be finalised this week, the Culture Secretary said today.


Texas teacher is fired for refusing to stop wearing a Black Lives Matter face mask

Lillian White, an art teacher at Great Hearts Western Hills in Texas, was fired earlier this month for wearing a Black Lives Matter face mask during in-person workdays over the summer.


Delaware State University says Joe Biden was NOT a student there

The University of Delaware said that Joe Biden was not a student at the historically black university despite making the claim during a town hall event in Florence, South Carolina


Parts of UK have coldest temperatures on record for the time of year as 40mph winds batter coast

The village of Katesbridge in Northern Ireland recorded the lowest September minimum temperature last night, with the Met Office warning that summer is definitely behind us.


Richard Doggett dies in a freak accident on his macadamia farm - leaving footy community in shock 

Former general manager of Richmond AFL club Richard Doggett, 72, was killed in a freak accident on his property at Numulgi, near Lismore, on Friday.


Shocking moment middle-aged woman slammed to the ground by police during anti-lockdown demonstration

Footage taken in Trafalgar Square shows the ugly scenes as the middle-aged protester was pushed a number of times during the We Do Not Consent rally on Saturday.


Pubs and restaurants told to make customers use barcode despite glaring errors

Matt Hancocks test and trace app has garnered fresh controversy - just hours after tens of thousands of people could not process their results - as pubs refuse to serve those without the app.


Trump demands Biden take drug test before debate as poll shows him 10 points ahead of the president

Trump pressured debate organizers to administer a drug test before the first face-off with Joe Biden Tuesday as the Democratic nominee surges in polls two days before the matchup.


How two friends built up a company selling ready-made meals to thousands of time-poor Australians 

Tomi Jurlina and Dean Deakin started Workout Meals with just $1400 cooking from Mr Deakins kitchen in western Sydney.


Meghan Markles mother Doria Ragland, 64, takes over as boss of elderly care homes firm

The 64-year-old, who is a former yoga instructor, is now the Chief Executive Officer for the company Loving Kindness, based in Beverly Hills. The firm says it is a senior care management company


Man, 41, is jailed for a year after hosting two huge parties in Maryland despite COVID-19 orders

Shawn Marshall Myers was sentenced to one year in jail for violating the Large Gathering Order at his Hughesville, Maryland, home twice in March. Myers hosted two parties that surpassed 50 people.


Biden is aggressively preparing for the first debate-stage matchup with Trump

Joe Biden has been aggressively preparing for the first presidential debate with mock sessions that feature a senior adviser playing the role of Donald Trump as the president forgoes formal preparation.


Sat Navs turn residential streets into rat-runs as minor road traffic rockets by 72% in a decade

Drivers are being directed away from main roads and to smaller residential streets by sat navs and navigation apps. Department for Transport statistics show a 72% rise in London over a decade.


Retired lawyer quoted over half a MILLION pounds to install reliable broadband at his home

David Roberts, 65, of Isel, Cumbria, requested a broadband service fast enough for making uninterrupted video calls to his family and to watch All Creatures Great and Small.


Three off-duty Florida police officers were potentially poisoned with date rape drug

Three off-duty Orlando Police Department officers went out in Sanford, Florida on September 16 where they were potentially poisioned with date rape drug Rohypnol (GHB), investigators say.


Donald Trump says Supreme Court pick Amy Coney Barrett is a pure constitutionalist

Donald Trump said Sunday he chose to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court because he wanted a constitutional textualist to fill the spot left vacant by Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


Leading Scottish psychologist, 81, faces being struck off over claims of sexual abuse

One of Scotlands top psychologists Ian Stephen, 81, is being investigated over the alleged abuse of a young patient he treated in the 80s. He strongly denies the claims and said woman is a fantasist.


Scott Morrison on the mental health impact on Victorians of Dan Andrews coronavirus lockdown

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said he is deeply concerned about the mental health consequences of the tough Stage Four restrictions on Melbourne, which ease on Monday.


Trans-Tasman bubble could be open by December but one key benchmark needs to be met first 

Victoria, the Australian state worst-hit by the COVID-19 crisis, recorded only 16 new cases on Sunday - renewing hopes travel between the two countries may be on the near horizon.


Panic buying resumes as shoppers queue 20 minutes to enter stores before further delays at checkouts

Online customers found it near-impossible to get delivery slots from Asda, Morrisons, Ocado, Sainsburys and Tesco - some didnt have free slots for up to two weeks.


JK Rowling receives support from Ian McEwan and Griff Rhys Jones amid transphobia row

A group of over 50 prominent literary figures signed letter in support of Harry Potter author JK Rowling after she received death threats on social media under the hashtag RIPJKRowling.


Dan Andrews Labor colleagues turn on him over treatment of Health Minister Jenny Mikakos

The former Health Minister resigned from parliament on Friday, one day after Mr Andrews told an Inquiry he regarded Ms Mikakos accountable for the hotel quarantine program.


Government will use saliva-based tests to check 4.5million people a day

The Department of Health and Social Care last week allowed companies to put forward ideas to make circa 3.0 million saliva collection kits per day. It would help accomplish Operation Moon Shot.


How maverick Dean Jones won the hearts of Australians when cricket was still the national pastime  

For those who grew up watching Dean Jones take on the mighty West Indian teams of the 1980s, or recall his Test heroics in Madras, it might feel like part of Australia has died.


Tony Jones storms off set after THAT awkward footage showing him trying to kiss Bec Judd was played

The Sunday Footy Show host was furious when he rushed off camera during a live interview with rugby league legend Billy Slater.


Nigel Farage threatens to launch anti-lockdown party as he hits out at Boris Johnsons restrictions

The Brexit Party leader heaped pressure on the Prime Minister, saying the current restrictions are a threat to freedom amid the surge in coronavirus cases across the UK.


Leading state and private schools joint fight to scrap unfair and unreliable GCSE exams

The former education secretary who introduced GCSEs in the UK in 1988, Lord Baker, has also signed the letter as he thinks the exams are no longer needed.


Cops played role in crash that left mum-of-three fighting for life and TEN others injured

Tamika Wever, 24, received serious head injuries when the taxi she was in was struck by another car at Edgeworth near Newcastle, 160km north of Sydney.


Rosie Jacobs latest boyfriend AFL player Matt Shir pleads guilty to assaulting her in Bronte home

Rosie Jacobs, 41, had a messy breakup with former AFL footballer Matt Shir, 39, earlier this year when he walked out on their relationship amid accusations of alcohol addiction and infidelity.


Nigel Farage threatens to launch anti-lockdown party as hit hits out at Boris Johnsons restrictions

The Brexit Party leader heaped pressure on the Prime Minister, saying the current restrictions are a threat to freedom.


Elderly prefer death to spending Christmas without family ageing expert warns

The former director-general of the charity Age Concern, Baroness Greengross, 85, urged government ministers to soften restrictions around the festive season to prevent loneliness.


Sam Newman hits out at portrait of Adam Goodes years after he defended fans for booing AFL legend

The portrait - which won its artist Vincent Namatjira the $100,000 prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney on Friday - depicts Goodes pointing to his skin and doing his famous spear celebration.


Government science adviser says third coronavirus wave entirely possible

Professor Mark Woolhouse from the University of Edinburgh, said people involved in the creation of a Covid-19 vaccine believe one may be ready by March.


Success ahead Your two-minute guide to the latest on the coronavirus crisis in Australia 

Victorias lockdown will be eased, Melbournes curfew scrapped and NSW has recorded no new cases overnight in welcome news as Australia combats the coronavirus pandemic.


£2,000-a-year London members club breaks Covid curfew for a party

Partygoers were photographed leaving Mayfair private members venue Marks Club - where membership reportedly costs in the region of £2,000 a year - after 10.25pm last night.


Shane Warne reveals the BRUTAL sledge he copped from cricket legend Dean Jones

The cricketing world is still in shock after Jones died from a massive heart attack in his hotel lobby in Mumbai on Thursday aged 59.


Former boss of Elite agency Gerald Marie, 70, raped two models aged 17 and 20

Gerald Marie (pictured), who was president of Elite for 25 years, allegedly raped two models, aged 17 and 20, in the 1980s and 1990s.


Melburnians enjoy weekend weather as curfew lifted - but anger builds over draconian COVID-19 rule

Masked joggers and sporting enthusiasts eager to kick the footy took to Carltons Princes Park to enjoy their two hours of permitted exercise - a rule that will remain in place despite restrictions easing.


Thousands of Ford Focus cars are urgently recalled - heres what to do if yours is affected 

Thousands of Ford Focus vehicles are being recalled over fears their engines could stall.


Oxford professor urges UK to follow Sweden and PAY infected freshers to trace their contacts

A top medical professor who has attended meetings with the government has said UK has clamped down on students after encouraging them to return to universities across country


Rescuers save the life of straggling pilot whale in icy water off Australias coast

Almost a week after the worst mass stranding on record in Australia, rescuers on Tasmanias rugged west coast have guided another pilot whale to freedom.


Police battle to disperse crowds partying in the street at 10pm closing time under new Covid rules

Police tried to disperse revellers who gathered as the new coronavirus curfew forced bars and pubs to shut at 10pm. Punters descended on Soho in the West End of London, Leeds and Bristol.


Vegan activists armed with megaphones and fake blood-soaked shirts storm a Hogs Breath Café

Noisy demonstrators from the Brisbane branch of militant animal rights group Direct Action Everywhere arrived at the Cleveland steak house on Sunday to urge patrons to reconsider their diets.


Incredible Sydney home sells for $10MILLION over the asking price

The four-level Vaucluse property, in Sydneys eastern suburbs, fetched for $24.6million under the hammer on Saturday after a bidding war between 25 registered bidders.


New bodycam video shows cops inside Breonna Taylors apartment

The footage - obtained by Vice magazine on Saturday - shows inside Taylors Louisville apartment after she was fatally shot by officers on March 13.


Tinder creep who called a woman a fat pig when she rejected him is outed after abusing a manager

Sydney brewery manager Erin Hinds, 26, matched with tech worker Tom, 28, last month while perusing the dating platform. 


NYPD charge BLM protesters standing among diners in Manhattan as Portland erupts in violence

Chaotic scenes have been witnessed in some of the countrys biggest cities on Saturday night. In New York, a peaceful protest suddenly turned to chaos after police closed in on BLM supporters.


Tenants trash house in Bunbury and use light bulbs to smoke meth

Owner Mary-Rose Mitchell said the damage and cleanup of the house in Eaton, just outside Bunbury in Western Australia, would cost more than $20,000.


Former Pence aide says staffers discussed whether Trump would refuse to leave office

Olivia Troye is a former counterterrorism adviser to Pence who last week joined the campaign against Trump and said shed be voting for Biden, and has been making the media rounds.


Federal prosecutor says Attorney General Bill Barr has brought shame on the Department Of Justice

James D. Herbert, a sitting federal prosecutor serving as assistant U.S. attorney for Massachusetts, has written a strongly-worded letter to the Boston Globe criticizing in strong terms William Barr.


Bikie leader who was deported from Australia is now living a life of luxury in Thailand

Josef Armani Heart, once known as Joe Edwards, was sent back to New Zealand after trying to set up a new chapter of the notorious Mongols Mob in Perth.


Australian cricket icon Mark Taylor reveals chilling chat with the late Dean Jones about his heart

Former Australian cricket captain Mark Taylor was shocked to hear about the sudden death of former teammate Dean Jones but he knew he had some heart problems.


Flights between New Zealand and one Australian state set to be taking off in a few weeks 

Travellers will be allowed to fly in from New Zealand into New South Wales without quarantining within weeks.


Australias first female Labor minister Susan Ryan dies aged 77

Tributes have flowed for Labor luminary and pioneering feminist Susan Ryan, 77, after she died on Sunday.


Lindsey Graham wants Judge Barrett confirmed to SCOTUS one week before Election

I think its going to go quick - I hope, Trump told reporters on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday, shortly after officially announcing Barretts nomination to fill the high court seat.


Texas city told NOT to use tap water because it could be contaminated with a brain-eating amoeba

Water supplies in Lake Jackson, Texas, are feared to have been contaminated by a microbe, Naegleria fowleri, which eats into your brain with fatal consequences. Locals are not drinking the water.


Shocking moment BLM organizer plows her car into crowd of Trump supporters

Driver Tatiana Turner, 40, of Long Beach was arrested and charged with attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon following the incident on Saturday in the city of Yorba Linda.


Bondis iconic Sculpture by the Sea exhibition postponed over fears it could cause mass gathering

Sydneys popular Sculpture by the Sea exhibition has been postponed less than a month before its starting date over fears of mass gathering during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Chuck Schumer is branded hysterical after claiming Judge Barrett will hurt every single American

The Democrat was accused of fear-mongering as he held an impromptu press conference in New York City on Saturday night


Disgraced footy bad boy Todd Carney opens up about that bubbler incident and life after football

Six years on, he 2010 Dally M winner says while hes not proud of the infamous incident at Cronulla nightclub Northies that ended his NRL career, he can laugh about it now.


Melbourne curfew is lifted as Victoria records just 16 new coronavirus cases 

Melbournes 9pm curfew will finally be lifted tomorrow night after the state recorded just 16 new cases and far fewer in past weeks than expected. 


Victorian is curfew lifted after coronavirus cases fall

Melbournes 9pm curfew will finally be lifted after the state recorded just 16 new cases on Sunday. 


Bernie Sanders warns that there are a number of plans to make sure Trump leaves office if he loses

Bernie Sanders told Bill Maher that a number of plans were in place in case Donald Trump followed through with his threat not to leave the White House if he loses the November election.


When a young mum let out blood-curdling screams heard by dozens of neighbours, NO ONE called Triple-

Six years ago Kirra-Lea McLoughlin, from Wolvi, in Queensland, was found dead in her home with more than 105 bruises on her body.


Six teenage students are arrested after causing $50,000 in damages on muck up day

The male students, aged 17 to 18, allegedly broke into Fairfield West school in Sydneys west on September 23 between 5pm and 10pm.


ACBs meteoric rise to the higest court in the land 

Barretts fast-track rise, set to drive the nations highest court to the right for a generation or longer, is the fulfillment of a decades-long effort by conservatives.


Donald Trump savors his nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett

Trump immediately flew to Pennsylvania just minutes after announcing Barrett as his nominee for the Supreme Court, heralding the selection before a large outdoor, mostly unmasked crowd.


New South Wales records ZERO new coronavirus cases for the first time in almost four months

The state has in the past week recorded several days of no new local cases, but this is the first day where there were also none in hotel quarantine.


Obese TEENAGERS need hip and knee surgery because they are THAT overweight, shock NHS figures reveal

Data shows that the number of obesity-linked operations is rising year by year for all ages, with younger generations having to battle conditions usually associated with ageing.


California man submits proposal to rename Mount Rushmore to Lakota Sioux name of Igmu Tanka Paha

A man from California submitted in July a proposal through the Board on Geographic Names to rename Mount Rushmore, which was swiftly followed by a bill blocking the renaming.


Amy Coney Barrett thanks her husband and calls their seven children her greatest joy

President Trump announced in the Rose Garden of the White House his decision to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court who is a mother to seven children.


Oxford United footballers nearly missed their match because of anti-coronavirus gel

Players at League One side Oxford United had taken their seats on the bus when the vehicle was sprayed with the alcohol-based aerosol.


Coronavirus UK Parents are kept away from seeing their seriously ill babies in intensive care

One mother in the UK, Taylor Moss, told of her anguish at how visits to her seven-week premature baby, Tyger-Rose, were being restricted. Pictured, MP Jonathan Gullis backs the campaign.


Gayle King scolds Nancy Pelosi for calling Trumps allies henchmen and says it solves nothing

Gayle King, friends with Oprah Winfrey and the Obamas, has criticized Nancy Pelosi for describing Donald Trumps allies as henchmen, saying it was insulting and unhelpful.


Fancy an old boiler door for £60,000? Well, it was painted by Jack Vettriano...

Jack Vettriano painted Suddenly Last Summer directly on to the boiler cupboard door in the one-bedroom London flat where he used to live. It features a stylish woman, leaning against a car.


The heir to Scalia How Amy Coney Barrett could tip the balance of the Supreme Court

Barrett, who was formally nominated to the nations highest court during a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden on Saturday evening, was once a clerk for Scalia.


One million young people could need urgent help as mass unemployment looms, warns Prince Charles

Prince Charles has warned that one million young people could be in need of urgent help amid a looming unemployment crisis, saying It is a particularly difficult time to be young during crisis.


Boris Johnson abandoned plans for a second national lockdown over fears Rishi Sunak could QUIT

Chancellor Rishi Sunak warned the economic impact caused by a second national lockdown would make his job near impossible.


Trump confirms he wants Judge Amy Coney Barrett confirmed to Supreme Court before the election

I think its going to go quick - I hope, Trump told reporters on the South Lawn of the White House on Saturday, shortly after officially announcing Barretts nomination to fill the high court seat.


Parents of $33,000-a-year private school boys stand up for their kids after muck up day scandal

Mothers who send their sons to the $33,000 a year exclusive Shore School oon Sydney;s lower north shorehave since taken a stand by uploading photos


Britain can still seal a trade deal with the EU - but only if Brussels gets real

Lord Frost appeared to raise hopes of a last-minute breakthrough, saying the past two weeks of informal talks have been relatively positive.


Prisoners in Wales fear they are being singled out as troublemakers for speaking Welsh

Inmates at HMP Berwyn, a 2,100-capacity super prison in Wrexham, North Wales, complained to jail chiefs that warders were threatening to remove their privileges if they caught them speaking Welsh.


Man who tried to catch taxi from Victoria to NSW to is charged with breaking coronavirus laws

A 26-year-old man was charged with not complying with a COVID-19 direction and breach of bail after he tried to ride a taxi from Victoria to New South Wales so he could go shopping.


Jacinda Ardern vows to ban plastic cutlery and single-use coffee cups

The New Zealand prime minister announced her new zero waste police on Sunday   and pledged $50million to research plastic alternatives, pending ballot results on October 17.


Experts provoke storm in a teacup by saying you should NEVER use boiling water to make tea 

Although it may cause traditionalists to turn a milky shade of white, experts have claimed the best way to make our national drink is to let the water cool down to 80 degrees.


Harry and Meghans US election intervention violated terms of deal with Queen, say senior aides

Harry and Meghans comments, in which they called on American voters to reject hate speech, misinformation and online negativity, have been widely interpreted to be a swipe at president Trump.


Victoria records 16 new coronavirus cases and two deaths before lockdown easing

Victoria has just 16 new cases of coronavirus amid hopes lockdown will be eased as case numbers fall fasted than expected.


Seven new virus cases on ship off Western Australia spark outbreak fears

Nine crew on board the Patricia Oldendorff have tested positive with 20 crew members still on board anchored nine nautical miles off Port Hedland.


Boris Johnson Race to become face of White House-style televised press briefings narrows to two

Former ITV presenter Allegra Stratton, who works as Chancellor Rishi Sunaks director of communications, is on the final shortlist following a day of interviews at No 10 in London on Friday.


PG&E prepares to cut power to nearly 100,000 homes in California amid risk of more wildfires

PG&E say power may be shut off to up to 97,000 customers in 16 counties -including Napa - between Sunday morning and Monday, according to The Los Angeles Times.


Teachers are told to stop pushing tomboys to change their gender

The guidelines come in new UK Government instructions for teachers talking to children about transgender issues.


Louisville QB Malik Cunningham carted off the field after crashing into empty stands during a game

A frightening scene broke out during Saturdays Louisville-Pittsburgh game, as Quarterback Malik Cunningham had to be carted off the field with a neck brace.


Terror of the e-scooters Owners post guides showing how to override software to hit 40mph 

A Mail on Sunday investigation has unearthed dozens of shocking video tutorials encouraging riders to manipulate the battery-powered vehicles and break the law.


SAS hero who received a bravery medal after single-handedly defeating jihadis goes rogue and quits

He was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross (CGC), the UKs second-highest military award after footage of solo mission in Nairobi, Kenya, was seen around world.


Charity fundraiser, 57, died after he lost control of his e-scooter on a steep hill

Barrie Howes was killed in a freak accident as he travelled home from work after heeding the Governments call to avoid public transport in the early days of the pandemic.


Tell your MP to back the Mail on Sundays Save Our Family Farms campaign

Some of Britains most recognisable faces have joined the Mail on Sundays war on toxic US food and were now calling on our readers to do the same.


Joe Biden says Amy Coney Barrett will overturn Obamacare if she is confirmed to the Supreme Court

Joe Biden has warned that Amy Coney Barrett, Donald Trumps choice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg as a judge on the Supreme Court, would overturn Obamacare if confirmed.


Belarus The death rate appears lower than the UKs, writes IAN BIRRELL

IAN BIRRELL Alexander Lukashenko, the last dictator in Europe who has ruled Belarus for 26 years, swept aside fears over coronavirus and scoffed at the concept of lockdowns.


Dennis Quaid to appear in Trumps new $300million COVID-19 ad campaign

Dennis Quaid will appear in President Trumps new $300million coronavirus awareness ad campaign, alongside gospel singer CeCe Winans.c Dr Oz and Garth Brooks have also been approached for roles.


Fresh twist in case of carer charged over disabled woman left to rot in her own excrement

Ann Marie Smith, who died in Adelaide in April, was allegedly left to rot in her own excrement by 69-year-old carer Rosemary Maione.


Durham Students Union is toxic and undemocratic, official report finds

A left-wing students union which axed funding for an award-winning university newspaper is undemocratic and gripped by a toxic culture, according to a damning report.


Duchess of Cornwall, 73, urges the nation to help OAPs break the silence of loneliness

Camilla, 73, is asking the public to do their bit with a telephone call to a grandparent, a card to an elderly neighbour or by hosting your very own virtual event.


Drinkers head out in force before 10pm curfew as a QUARTER of Britain is locked down

Punters were spotted descending on trendy Soho in the West End of London as well as in Leeds (pictured) on a bitter evening across the UK.


The Cambridges are treated to a back-garden film premiere with Sir David Attenborough

The joyous meeting in Kensington Palace gardens came on Thursday afternoon as the three children excitedly asked the broadcaster a number of questions.


Stunning footage shows the Hindenburg Disaster in vivid color

More than 80 years after the Hindenburg Disaster in Lakehurst, New Jersey, shocked the world in 1937, newly altered footage of the shows the frightening crash in vivid color and with higher quality


Donor wins legal battle after clinic used his sperm to father 13 children

Neil Gaskell (pictured) told Care Fertility in Manchester that he wanted his sperm to go only to heterosexual couples when he agreed to become a donor in 2010.


The inspiring childhood home of author L.P. Hartley, its...The Go-Betweens grand getaway

While Fletton Tower might look like it is in the heart of the countryside, it is only just over a mile from Peterborough city centre - an illusion created by the large numbers of trees that surround it.


Matt Hancocks track and trace app blocks all NHS test results

Health Secretary Matt Hancocks new coronavirus tracing app only registers test result for people who have tested privately rather than with the National Health Service.


Test tsar has £770,000 shares in firm that sold us £13million of pointless antibody screening kits

Sir John Bell, regius professor of medicine at the University of Oxford, holds more than £773,000 worth of shares in Roche, the pharmaceutical company that made pointless antibody kits.


Boris Johnson launches new drive against Beijings expansionism among poorer countries

Beijing has been accused of placing pressure on Barbados to remove the Queen as its head of state. A No 10 source has described Chinas Belt and Road initiative as a chokehold on the world.


Boris Johnsons enemies spread false rumours about a split from Carrie

Rumours of a split are dismissed by Boris Johnson and Carrie Symondss friends, who blame Boriss growing legion of political enemies for spreading the claims.


Free speech UK MPs try to ban harmful words from the Internet

UK Ministers plans to force blanket regulation on online companies and websites to protect people will not work, according to a new report by think-tank the Centre for Policy Studies.


Voters more worried about impact of coronavirus crisis on economy than over health of nation

The Deltapoll survey suggests that a majority of people - 51 per cent - think the impact on the economy is the greatest problem facing the UK over the next year.


New infections are less than one in 400 people in any of the UKs virus hotspots

As experts urged those in virus hotspots not to over-react, the most recently available weekly figures for Bolton (pictured) - which has been topping the list - show that there were 696 new cases reported.


Sasha Swire drapes her arm over David Camerons shoulder and whispers in his ear in 2006 pictures

In her gleefully indiscreet political diaries, Sasha Swire was eager to spill the beans about the time she was on the receiving end of David Camerons clumsy flirting.


Coronavirus frontline workers will get honours in bumper Queens Birthday Honours List 

People who have made outstanding contributions in the UKs response to the virus will be rewarded in a special Queens Birthday Honours List on October 10.


President Donald Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett

President Donald Trump officially nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to serve on the United States Supreme Court during a Rose Garden ceremony at the White House Saturday.


Back our farmers Boris, writes ex-Environment Secretary THERESA VILLIERS

THERESA VILLIERS Of all the pledges that led to Boris Johnsons landslide election victory last year, Get Brexit Done is surely the most famous.


Mother reveals agony of switching off her 24-year-old daughters life support after

EXCLUSIVE Anysha Vincent, pictured, was hit by a lorry in the early hours of September 2 on the A40 in London, and taken to St Marys hospital in London where she was put on life support.


British tourist dies after being pulled unconscious from the pool of a four-star hotel in Lanzarote

The woman was in cardiac arrest when she was pulled from the pool in Lanzarote and revived at the scene by a lifeguard and emergency responders.


Burnley is now Englands Covid hotspot with 228 new cases in seven days

In Burnley, 228 new cases were recorded in the seven days to September 23 - the equivalent of 256.4 per 100,000 people, which is the highest rate in England.


How Dean Jones son reacted when he found out the cricket great had died

Koby Dean Hamilton, 11, is Jones son to Kerri-Anne Hamilton - the cricket stars well documented former mistress.


Melanie McGuire insists she did not murder her husband in interview behind bars

In an interview with ABCs 20/20 that aired 13 years after her murder conviction, Melanie McGuire is maintaining her innocence and claims her husbands true killer is still at large.


Teachers aide, 41, and her paramedic brother, 51, die from coronavirus one day apart in Florida 

Shyla Pennington, a teaching assistant, died of COVID-19 just one day before her brother, Gerald Jones, a paramedic, succumbed to the same virus in Volusia County, Florida


Amy Coney Barrett leaves her home in Indiana with her family ahead of Trumps announcement 

Trumps potential Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, 48, left her home in Indiana on Saturday afternoon with her husband and children.


Joe Biden insists Donald Trump is not that smart ahead of Tuesdays first debate 

Joe Biden told MSNBC on Friday night that President Donald Trump doesnt know that many facts and is not that smart as he discussed the first presidential debate that is planned for Tuesday.


Joe Biden calls service members stupid bastards during a 2016 joke

Biden, who was Vice President at the time, had been with his wife giving a speech to 1000 members of the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing on March 7, 2016.


Two men are shot and another stabbed by a masked gang near a childrens play area

A police manhunt is underway after a masked gang opened fire on three men who were in a car on Denbigh Street, Bordesley Green, shortly before 9pm on September 25.


Highly decorated police inspector, 58, smashes his wife over the head with a bottle of prosecco

Marc Winter, 58, viciously attacked his wife Selina, also a police officer, last year in their home in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. He suddenly hit her over the head at their bungalow.


Murder detectives probe disappearance of crew member, 22, who vanished on a ferry 40 years ago

Kevin Dundon, 22 (pictured), went missing after he was seen washing dishes in the galley of the Townsend Thoresen ferry Viking Viscount on September 21, 1980.


Pro-Trump supporters protest against Coronavirus Death Scoreboard installed at a Chicago park

At least 50 pro-Trump supporters joined together in Northbrook, Illinois, on Friday to protest a Coronavirus Death Scoreboard sign that was installed in a local public park last week


Rochester police announces first female chief after command staff quit over Daniel Prude death

Cynthia Herriott-Sullivan, a former lieutenant with the Rochester Police Department, was appointed as the interim chief of the addled force Saturday.


Tributes have been paid after a six-year-old girl died after a tree fell on her at school

Tributes have been paid to a six-year-old pupil who died after being hit by a falling tree. The pupil at Gosforth Park First School was tragically killed following the incident on Friday.


Britains two biggest double glazing companies told off for mis-selling and misleading customers

Britains two biggest double glazing companies have been criticised for misleading customers or mis-selling them products. Everest and Anglian Windows were both told off for their actions


Minnesota mom charged with murdering disabled daughter by silencing alarm on her medical device 

Elise Nelson, 35, of Paynesville, was charged Wednesday over the death of her daughter Kylie Larson, 13, on June 21.


BLM protesters confront gun-toting storeowner in Louisville as they press him to voice his support

A group of Black Lives Matter protesters were filmed in a tense confrontation with a Louisville storeowner after they pressed him to voice his support for the movement on Friday.


How Dean Jones love child reacted when he found out the cricket great had died

Koby Dean Hamilton, 11, is Jones son to Kerri-Anne Hamilton - the cricket stars well documented former mistress.


Married man and his companion who went missing on a secret camping trip could still be alive

Russell Hill, 74, and Carol Clay, 73, went missing on a remote Victorian camping trip in March but crime journalist Adam Shand has revealed why he believes the couple could be alive.


Mother-of-three Tamika Wever fights for life after being thrown from taxi in crash at Newcastle

Tamika Wever, 24, received serious head injuries when the taxi she was in was struck by another car at Edgeworth near Newcastle, 160km north of Sydney.


Bay Area officials approve plan that requires employees to work from home three days a week

Residents in Californias Bay Area could be required to work from home three days a week after the Metropolitan Transportation Commission voted and approved a proposal


Family camping trip ends in tragedy after a sedan collides with a 4WD killing a woman and a girl, 4

The family were travelling in a 4WD which was towing their camper trailer when they hit a sedan in Nowendoc, in the NSW Northern Tablelands, at 12.20pm on Saturday.


UK coronavirus cases hit their highest level for a Saturday with 6,042 new infections and 20 deaths

Coronavirus cases in the UK have hit their highest ever level for a Saturday at 6,042 in 24 hours, and 20 deaths in 24 hours.


Bill Maher calls Amy Coney Barrett a fing nut and speaking in tongues Catholic

The comedian took aim at the Supreme Court nominee frontrunner during the opening monologue of his HBO show Real Time With Bill Maher Friday night.


Judge denies Democratic donor Ed Bucks request to be released from jail

U.S. Magistrate Judge Rozella A. Oliver said that the conditions presented by Ed Bucks team were insufficient to ensure that he would show for trial.


Woman is rushed to hospital after biting into a strawberry containing a needle

Erin Gelken was forced to go for tetanus injections and blood tests after she pricked her tongue on a strawberry she bought at Aldi in Port Pirie, South Australia.


Police officer who climbed onto tracks to kill herself changed her mind only to be killed train

PC Lianne Matthews, 38, was killed after being hit by a train near Caerphilly after being talked out of killing herself by her parents who were still on the phone when she was hit.


Aussie tries to traffic his own WIFE into India

A Darwin man faces up to 12 years in jail for allegedly abusing and stealing from his wife, as well as tricking her into leaving the country.


Moment a massive elk gets stuck in downed wires outside of an Oregon ranch

The magnificent creature was stuck near Butte Falls, the Oregon State Police shared, providing video Friday of the elk being saved.


Mum who was wrongfully imprisoned after a dingo stole her baby at Uluru opens up about life in jail

Lindy Chamberlain famously lost her nine-week-old daughter Azaria when she was dragged from a tent in Uluru, in the Northern Territory, on August 17, 1980.


Kamala Harris names Tupac the best rapper alive 24 years after he was shot dead in Vegas

Democratic vice presidential candidate made the gaffe during an interview with CNNs Angela Rye at the NAACPs virtual convention Friday.


Shane Warne reveals final message Dean Jones sent to him before cricket great died of a heart attack

Warne revealed he heard from his former teammate as recently as last week, when he touched down in Dubai for the IPL.


British couple film moment pod of killer whales attacks their 45ft yacht off the Spanish coast 

Graeme Walker and his wife Moira were sailing on their yacht with their friend Stephen Robinson when a trio of killer whales targeted them off the coast of Cape Finisterre.


Kyle Rittenhouses mother receives a standing ovation at GOP event in Wisconsin

Kyle Rittenhouses mother, Wendy Rittenhouse, was given a standing ovation at an event hosted by The Republican Women of Waukesha County in Pewaukee, Wisconsin on Thursday.


Face of Elvis appears in giant wave as 65mph winds hammer east coast

Jordan Crosby, 26, was taking snaps of the surf crashing against Seaham Lighthouse in County Durham at sunrise on Friday when he spotted the unusual resemblance.


NHS Covid-19 app bug refuses to let users enter negative test results

When users tell the app they have coronavirus symptoms it launches a 14-day self-isolation tracker. But if they dont book tests through it they cant enter a negative result and turn it off.


Devastated mother of slain sergeants partner tells of heartbreak after he was shot dead

EXCLUSIVE Sue Bushbys mother today told how Matiu Ratana had been a pillar of strength for her daughter after she lost her father Roy earlier this year.


Armour of Roman soldier unearthed at site where three legions were wiped out in 9 AD 

Archaeologists in Kalkriese, Germany, unearthed a cuirass belonging to a Roman soldier who belonged to one of three legions wiped out by Germanic tribesmen in 9 AD.


Orthdox Jewish anti-masker calls NYC health officials Nazis and liars at public meeting

Radio host Heshy Tischler compared NYC health officials to Nazis during an event in Brooklyn on Friday, organized after a troubling spike in cases among the Orthodox Jewish community.


Trinity College Student claims he was held down and raped with a carrot on a school rugby trip

The boy from Trinity College, in Perth, was then tormented in the months after the assault by his alleged attackers on social media.


British tourist, 29, who thought Covid was bt posts video as he struggles to breathe

Chris Grailey, 29, a British holidaymaker who thought coronavirus was bt has posted a warning video message from his hospital bed after catching the virus.


Family of woman, 49, who died after giving birth to IVF twins sues hospital

Ms Hayne died at Gold Coast University Hospital on June 2, 2018.


One of the two army cadets that leapt from Ukrainian plane crash dies

Kharkiv regions Governor Alexei Kucher said that two of the cadets jumped out of the plane before it crashed and were taken to hospital but one of them has died from their injuries this morning.


Britain faces 100 Covid deaths every day within three or four weeks, warns scientist

Professor Graham Medley, who sits on SAGE, said the triple-figure death toll was inevitable. He arrived at it using an estimated death rate of one per cent, but WHO says it could be as low as 0.5 per cent.


At least 15,000 people cram Trafalgar Square in rally against lockdown

At least 15,000 people have descended on Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park in London as part of an anti-lockdown demonstration.


Home Office buys two JET SKIS to stop Channel migrants

The Yamaha FX HO vessels will join Border Forces fleet of five cutters and six patrol boats, which work to intercept dinghies travelling to the UK from France.


Just a tipple! Moment giant vat of red wine BURSTS with 10,000 GALLONS of booze at Spanish winery 

This is the shocking moment a fountain of red wine erupted from a 50,000-litre tank at at the Bodegas Vitivinos winery in Villamalea, Spain.


Tinder creep is SACKED from his job after sending abusive voicemails to a match and fatshaming her

Ebonie Sanderson released the explicit messages along with a warning for single women across Sydney to avoid the privileged misogynistic PIG called Tom from Bondi.


Private Covid testing firm hires Boris Johnsons half-brother Max in hope he can open doors

Max Johnson, 35, has joined the board of private wellness firm REVIV Global which recently branched out into testing for Covid-19 by offering private antigen tests for £89 each.


Furious mum reveals how a female poo jogger left a disgusting surprise in her driveway

Fiona Mays, from Leederville in Perth, said the jogger defecated next to her home on Friday morning before the family had left to go to work.


Miracle girl Milli Lucas back in Sydney for another Dr Charlie Teo surgery

The family posted another update to Millis blog Team Millstar on Friday, revealing she was back in Sydney with the renowned neurosurgeon.


DUPs Sammy Wilson is branded a disgrace after he was seen on Tube without a mask

Fury erupted on social media after Mr Wilson was pictured reading a magazine without a face covering as he travelled from Westminster to Heathrow on Thursday.


Lockdown fury in Marseille as government orders sudden closure WITHOUT consulting local authorities

The strict new rules will see all restaurants, bars and gyms in Marseille close from Saturday for at least two weeks. The move has angered local officials who said they had not been consulted.


The truth behind the Not Happy Jan advert - and how a twist of fate made it even more hilarious

The advert first aired on Australian television in September 2000 and featured actress Deborah Kennedy playing an office boss.


Madeline McCann investigators say they do not need youngsters body to prosecute German suspect

Investigators in Germany say they do not need Madeline McCanns body to be able to prosecute the prime German suspect. Christian Brueckner is believed to have snatched the toddler


ABCs Leigh Sales questions why NSWs health minister didnt resign over Ruby Princess

Sales compared Victorias disastrous hotel quarantine program to the Ruby Princess debacle.


Out of control bushfire threatens to destroy houses north-west of Sydney

Just after 2.30pm on Saturday Fire and Rescue NSW and the Rural Fire Service responded to reports of an out of control blaze in bushland off Surprise Court in Bligh Park, near Windsor.


Shocking moment thug punches shopkeeper who asked him to put on a mask when he entered Nisa store 

A shopkeeper in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear was left with cuts and bruises after he was attacked by a customer who was allegedly asked to put on a face mask.


Plan for EVERYONE over the age of 45 to shield at home remains under review by SAGE

Minutes from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) reveal the plan was considered but eventually advised against because it was thought it would be unsuccessful.


Federal budget Australians warned the delayed announcement will be unprecedented

The 2020/21 budget, to be delivered on October 6, will be the most unprecedented investment in Australias future, the Prime Minister told reporters in Adelaide on Saturday.


TikTok being used by sex predators who blackmail children

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has already arrested 161 disgusting predators and saved 134 children from abuse this year alone.


Notorious bikie strongman Toby Mitchell is named boss of the Mongols OMCG

Bikie strongman Toby Mitchell is the new boss of the Mongols Outlaw Motorcycle Gang. Mitchell was formerly a senior member of the Bandidos until 2013 - an arch rival of the Mongols.


Rabih Abdulrahman jailed after running over boy on his way to school in Sydney while high on drugs

Rabih Abdulrahman, 37,  ran over the Year 7 student who had been walking to school in Hurstville, in Sydneys south-west, in September last year.


Footy star Tyrone Peachey, 29, stands by his claim that an opponent called him a black ct

NRL Indigenous star Tyrone Peachey has alleged he was called a black ct by a rival player on Friday night.


Prime Minister Scott Morrison treats his daughter Lily, 12, to a day out at Adelaide Zoo

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his daughter Lily, 12, arrived at Adelaide Zoo on Saturday and cuddled some furry animals.


Three Orthodox Jewish men die from COVID-19 just hours after arriving at same NYC hospital

The three men each presented at the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyns Borough Park neighborhood on different days this week with severe coronavirus symptoms.


Bo Nick Zhao CCTV reveals the final moments of a car dealer found dead in a hotel room

The final moments show car dealer Bo Nick Zhao check into a hotel room before he died.


Womens March co-founder Tamika Mallory calls Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron a sell out

Mallory spoke at a press conference in Louisville, Kentucky on Friday, where she blasted Cameron over a grand jurys decision not to directly charge officers in Breonna Taylors killing.


Melbourne anti-lockdown protestors hit the streets for fourth weekend in a row in frustration

Victoria recorded just 12 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday and one death as the citys 14-day average continues to plummet.


Dictator Dan Andrews reveals health minister told him she was quitting in a text

Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed that Health Minister Jenny Mikakos informed him of her decision to resign in a text message. He has now named Martin Foley as her replacement.


Wife of cricket champion Dean Jones pens a heartfelt tribute to the love of my life

The heartbroken wife of Australian cricketer Dean Jones has spoken of the enormous gap in her life which can never be filled following the passing of her husband.


Hundreds occupy Brooklyn Bridge as crowds of Black Lives Matter supporters take to the streets

Protests continued Friday in New York and in other cities including Boston, San Diego, LA  and Louisville  over a grand jurys decision not to charge the officers over Breonna Taylors death.


Joe Lieberman says it is un-American to attack Judge Amy Coney Barretts Catholic faith

Democrats are being warned against using presumptive US Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barretts Catholic faith against her if questioning her during confirmation hearings.


Omarosa claims she has secret tapes of Lara Trump badmouthing Donald, Melania and Ivanka

Omarosa, speaking to Michael Cohen on his podcast Mea Culpa , was asked about the secret recordings she made of the presidents daughter-in-law during her time working in the government.


Moment Louisville gunman, 26, waves his gun around after firing FOURTEEN shots at cops

The footage shows a man in a multicolored hoodie waving a handgun wildly, after reaching over the head of another protester and opening fire in a chaotic scene in Louisville on Wednesday.


Victorian Daniel Andrews urged to step down after his health minister quit

There are growing calls for Dan Andrews to stand down as Premier, following the abrupt resignation of Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos on Saturday morning.


COVID has been massive win for China, Australian journalist says

Bill Birtles had worked in Beijing since 2015 as the ABCs China correspondent before he was rushed back home on September 8 following the advice of the Australian government.


Queenslanders hit the beach, cafes and pubs as COVID-19 restrictions eased

Queenslanders have hit the cafes, beaches and pubs as the state eases restrictions on gatherings in the Gold Coast and West Morton government areas.


Coff Harbour teacher told Aboriginal students he was GLAD their race was stolen

The teacher at Orara High School in Coffs Harbour, on the NSW mid north coast, allegedly made the comments on Wednesday - which sparked a protest by students on Friday.


Footy star Tyrone Peachey alleges he was called a black ct by NRL opponent

NRL Indigenous star Tyrone Peachey has alleged he was called a black ct by a rival player on Friday night.


Kamala Harris slammed claims BLM protests and violent unrest essential for keeping police in check

Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris has praised recent Black Lives Matter protests saying they are essential for change in the country. Harris was speaking at the NAACP convention.


KFC bucket blown away in Sydney storms

The fast food restaurants basket in Hoxton Park, in Sydneys west, was crushed after it torn off the pole due to dangerous winds of 115km/h on Friday evening.


Simon Reeves email begging for a bigger payout after Sunrise boning

Simon Reeve wrote a 960-word email to Seven boss Kerry Stokes moaning that he was only offered five weeks pay when he was told his services were no longer required.


FBI official says there was a get Trump attitude in Mueller probe

A three year HOAX. A failed COUP! Trump tweeted on Friday, sharing a link to a Fox News report revealing explosive remarks made by FBI agent William J. Barnett in an interview with DOJ.


NSW records just one new COVID-19 case

New South Wales has recorded just one new case of COVID-19 in a another positive day for the state. The only case of the virus was from a returned traveler currently in hotel quarantine.


Trump wants friendly transition claiming only way he loses is if theres mail-in ballot mischief

Trump insisted Friday the only way he will lose the election is if Democrats cheat through mass mail-in ballot measures implemented amid health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.


Cahills Crossing Terrifying moment a driver runs over a CROCODILE at a notorious river crossing

The footage, captured at Cahills Crossing, Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, showed a four-wheel drive driving through the water.


Sydney rape victim records her attackers confession in phone call

A brave woman who allegedly suffered years of horrific sexual abuse at the hands of her stepfather, extracted his confession in a ­recorded phone call.


Students at St Aloysius College in Milsons Point caught up in muck-up day controversy

Year 12 students St Aloysius College in Milsons Point on Sydneys lower North Shore, were found to be engaging in very inappropriate and concerning activities on September 25.


Trump attends four rallies in three different states as he works crucial swing states

On Friday, the Commander-in-chief kept up his frenetic schedule, appearing in Florida, Georgia, Washington, D.C. and Virginia, as Biden continued to lay low.


Claremont serial killer Bradley Robert Edwards to appeal case after convicted of two murders

The family of Bradley Robert Edwards have reportedly contacted prominent barristers in Perth to appeal the case against the convicted murderer.


UK weather Britain will wake up to dry and sunny conditions

Calmer weather is expected to make a comeback this morning with temperatures staying around 50F but dry and sunny conditions continuing throughout the day in the UK.


Emu Plains stabbing breakthrough as two men arrested

Ambulance crews and police discovered a 23-year-old man with stab wounds at Bunyarra Reserve on Russell Street, Emu Plains, on Thursday.


Church of Englands £200million compensation scheme will pay out victims of historic sex abuse

A fund was approved by the Archbishops Council, which also said that in the future it would invite outside authorities to run independent inquiries into allegations against Church figures.


Trump slams Cuomo for putting NY at the end of the vaccine line because he doesnt trust the FDA

President Trump tweeted on Friday night blasting New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo saying he wanted New York to be last on the list to receive the vaccine. Cuomo then responded in his own tweets and msnbc


British Royals The Queen and family work harder and cost taxpayers less than European counterparts

The Constitution Unit at University College London found only the Belgian and Spanish royal families cost less per head of the population.


Bill Murray gets legal threat from pop group the Doobie Brothers for using song in an polo shirt ad

The actor and comedian - who runs a sportswear business - decided to use the 1972 hit Listen to the Music in an ad for a £40 polo shirt.


Our little litter heroes! How youngsters led way in the Mails fight on Britains rubbish scourge

Scouts and community teams, conscientious siblings and eco-tots have shown just what the Daily Mails Great British September Clean is all about.


Wolf Hall author Dame Hilary Mantel says Booker Prize snub freed her

Dame Hilary Mantel was hoping to scoop a third win for the final novel in her historical trilogy about Thomas Cromwell, having won in 2009 and 2012 for the first two volumes.


Woke cancel culture is a form of bullying, pupils will be taught

Pupils will be taught that cancel culture is a form of bullying and no platforming an attack on our freedoms.


Trump plans to go for the jugular in first presidential debate with Biden

The first of three presidential debates is scheduled to take place at 9pm ET in Cleveland, and promises to be a wild night of spirited arguments, and likely personal attacks.


Operation Save Christmas Boris Johnson will do whatever it takes to ensure families can gather

Sources say that plans for up to three million daily coronavirus tests in the UK are underway and work on vaccines being administered from the beginning of December has also begun.


Tory rebels win vote on rule of six after 40 MPs wrote to Boris Johnson

The backbenchers urged Mr Johnson to be smart and give into their demands for a vote on new lockdown rules as he was told controlling the lives of 65million people by fiat is not sustainable.


Louisville police major relieved of command, to retire after criticizing BLM in email to colleagues

Louisville PD Maj. Bridget Hallahan will retire on October 1 it was announced, following the Wednesday release of an email she allegedly sent in August, which criticized BLM protesters and Antifa.


Scott Morrison calls for investigation into how COVID-19 started at UN general assembly

Scott Morrison renewed calls into an inquiry of how COVID-19 began at the 75th United Nations general assembly on Saturday morning.


Two university halls go into quarantine after 127 students test positive for coronavirus

Manchester Metropolitan University students (pictured) at two accommodation sites in the city have been instructed to self-isolate for 14 days following a spike in coronavirus cases.


Homeless black man, 42, shot dead by cops is a father-of-two

Kurt Reinhold, 42, who was shot dead by police in San Clemente, California, on Wednesday was a father-of-two and former bodybuilder who fell on hard times.


Brisbane volunteers fined $600 at Woolloongabba for parking cars during dinner run for homeless

Brisbane River City Rotary Club members Will Bassett, Brooke Thomas and four of their peers parked their vehicles on Qualtrough Street, in Woolloongabba, in late June.


Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has resigned from parliament.

Victorian Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has resigned from parliament.


NHS England boss blasts drugs giants which try to rip off taxpayers

Sir Simon Stevens claimed Essential Pharma was attempting to raise the cost of a medicine for mental health disorders by 2,600 per cent


Apology to Ms Margaret Staltaro 

On 21 July 2020, Daily Mail Australia published an article about….


Pymble Ladies College students could miss out on final exams after muck-up challenge leaked

The tasks were allegedly written by graduating students from Pymble Ladies College, on the citys upper north shore, to celebrate finishing school.


Toppled? Museum curator who tweeted guide about vandalising racist statues has left her job

Madeline Odent posted messages to her 5,000 followers in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement outlining how household items could permanently damage monuments.


Betting giant Playtech is accused of profiting from high-flying engineers suicide

Chris Bruney, 25, a gambling addict, took his own life hours after being plied with bonuses by staff at Winner.co.uk, an online casino owned by the £1billion company.


Dogs pick up scent of human remains near lake house of Carole Baskins missing husband Don Lewis

Lewis - who started a Tampa animal sanctuary which later became Big Cat Rescue Corp - vanished a day before a scheduled trip to Costa Rica back in 1997.


Dean Jones final hours revealed in touching video from Brett Lee

Australian cricket legend Brett Lee has shared a touching video online which displays the larrikin nature of Dean Jones just days before his massive heart attack on Thursday.


Betting watchdog betrays gambling addicts as it refuses to ban grooming tactics

UK-based VIP betting schemes have faced a furious backlash due to their role in a series of high-profile fines, frauds and suicides.


Victoria COVID-19 Just 12 new cases recorded on Saturday

Victoria has recorded just 12 new COVID-19 cases and one more death in the past 24 hours, in another major step forward for the state. 


Couple arrested after punchup at golfing center when their credit card was declined workers injured

Two workers at the Topgolf location in Independence, Ohio were assaulted on Wednesday night. Shaquan Foreman Antoin, 25, and Dekotha Arnold, 20, were charged with assault and resisting arrest


Could London be next to go into lockdown? Officers visit pubs to turf out drinkers before the curfew

Police were pictured at a bar on Portobello Road in Notting Hill, west London, booting people out as the curfew kicked in.


Floating on an Arctic ice floe to highlight climate change, its Brritains answer to Greta Thunberg

Myra-Rose Craig, 18, from the Chew Valley, south of Bristol, Somerset, mounted a solitary protest on an ice floe at the edge of the Arctic Ocean yesterday to highlight climate change.


Shocking moment mom-of-two is hogtied and carried out of her home by cops after CPS visited her home

Mother-of-two Vanessa Peoples, 25, of Aurora, Colorado, was hogtied and carried out of her home after getting into an altercation with a police officer during a child well-being check.


Before you judge the morality of WikiLeaks, read this devastating expose first 

When the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was both a free man and at the height of his new-found fame and notoriety, in early 2011, he agreed to furnish a fascinated world with his autobiography.


Adam Schiff tells Trump aides its time to resign

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff encouraged Trump administration officials to quit on the president in the aftermath of him not committing to a peaceful transfer of power.


Britain plans to withhold cash from WHO until UN finds out where coronavirus came from

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce a 30 per cent increase in its support for the WHO conditional on cracking down on China and the UN determining where Covid-19 came from.


Lockdown UK Thousands of excess deaths as people stayed away from hospitals

Experts said the UK Governments stay at home message scared people into staying away from hospital, even when they desperately needed medical help - resulting in 2,085 excess deaths.


At least 22 people including Army cadets are killed as military plane crashes in Ukraine

The transport plane was carrying a total of 28 passengers when it crashed and burst into flames in the town of Chuhuiv in Ukraine.


Police officer shot The rugby-mad man from New Zealand was incredibly proud

A year from retirement, Matiu Ratana had thrown himself into coaching and was looking forward to being able to focus fully on nurturing future UK rugby stars.


Wholl bail out Boris? Johnson has taken a vast pay cut to be PM

With something resembling a genial grunt, the Prime Minister urged his guests to tuck into lunch, Oxfordshire beef fillet with crispy shin, baby leeks and a rich gravy.


Ex-Question Time host David Dimbleby calls Boris Johnsons chief aide Dominic Cummings machine gun

The former Question Time host, 81, also took aim at arrogant Boris Johnson, saying a strong-willed prime minister does not depend on powers behind the throne at Downing Street like Mr Cummings.


ROBERT HARRIS Heroines who gave the V-sign to the V2

ROBERT HARRIS The obituary columns will remind you that the wartime generation went through far harder trials than anything we are experiencing and lived to see a better world.


MORE towns go into lockdown - and is London next?

Drinkers in Leeds took to the streets for a final night of fun (pictured) before the new restrictions come into force on Saturday.


Hopes of a Brexit deal by October are at 50/50

Hopes of a Brexit deal by next month were put at 50/50 yesterday as No 10 said the EU had a more constructive attitude but still had not bridged significant gaps


Ex-minister Esther McVey reveals theres nothing a can-do spirit cant conquer

The Tory MP got married last Saturday, but when she first realised she was going to have to cull her wedding guest list, to comply with Covid rules, she worried about how to break the news to friends.


Migrant madness thats off the radar

SUE REID As we investigated the French Navys involvement in the Channel crossings, it became clear their vessels are now close to operating an escort service for migrants.


Shoppers are warned of £3.1BILLION EU food bill

The British Retail Consortium said supermarkets would face an annual £3.1billion tariff bill for food and drink


Man is jailed for five years for conning $4.7million from insurance companies

In addition to the prison sentence, U.S. District Judge Thomas O. Rice gave Misael Reyes-Tajimaroa 3 years of court supervision after he is released.


Trumps potential Supreme Court pick Barbara Lagoa was the pride of her Cuban refugee parents

DailyMail.com has obtained photos of short-listed Supreme contender Barbara Lagoa from high school, looking fresh faced and fooling around with friends.


Female drill instructors are heading to all-male Marines boot camp in San Diego

Under the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, the Marine Corps are required to stop separating trainees by gender.


South Dakota AG branded coward by family of man he killed with car

DailyMailTV spoke with Boevers family who called South Dakota AG Jason Ravnsborg a coward who is trying to save his own a.


Leading London divorce lawyer told women staff not to wear cardigans

Ayesha Vardag, who runs law firm Vardags in Londons Old Bailey, wrote staff a lengthy email titled Attire and image - dress code and beyond.


Colorado mom pleads not guilty to plotting with QAnon to kidnap son

Cynthia Abcug, 50, pleaded not guilty on Friday to second-degree kidnapping after she was accused of plotting with QAnon supporters to abduct her son from foster care.


RBGs personal trainer performs push-ups in front of her casket

Bryant Johnson was seen dropping to the ground in the Statuary Hall inside the Supreme Court and doing the exercises during the memorial service Friday.


Zoom Karen interrupts granddaughters class to complain about BLM

A grandmother interrupted her granddaughters Zoom class discussion about history to launch into a rant about Black Lives Matter and Barack Obama, earning her the nickname Zoom Karen.


Kanye West lands in Haiti and meets president on a surprise visit

Kanye West touched down at the Hugo Chávez International Airport in Haiti at around 10am on Friday morning on a surprise trip where he met with President Jovenel Moïse.


Kanye West lands in Haiti and meets with the president who will accompany him to Tortuga Island

Kanye West touched down at the Hugo Chávez International Airport in Haiti at around 10am on Friday morning on a surprise trip where he met with President Jovenel Moïse.


Coronavirus US Nursing home officials charged with criminal neglect

Superintendent Bennett Walsh and medical director Dr David Clinton were indicted by a grand jury on criminal neglect charges in connection to the outbreak at Holyoke Soldiers Home.


Donald Trump Election results wont be known until AFTER November 3

President Donald Trump said Friday that the winner of the presidential race will not be known on Election Day, days after refusing to state there would be a peaceful transfer of power.


RBGs personal trainer of 20 years performs three push-ups in front of her casket

Bryant Johnson was seen dropping to the ground in the Statuary Hall inside the Supreme Court and doing the exercises during the memorial service Friday.


NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea blames $1b budget cut for crime surge

NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea said the budget cuts, which were voted on by the New York City Council back in July, has had a significant impact on the crime surge over the summer.


Bizarre moment Zoom Karen interrupts her granddaughters virtual class to complain about BLM

A grandmother interrupted her granddaughters Zoom class discussion about history to launch into a rant about Black Lives Matter and Barack Obama, earning her the nickname Zoom Karen.


Donald Trump says election results wont be known until AFTER November 3

President Donald Trump said Friday that the winner of the presidential race will not be known on Election Day, days after refusing to state there would be a peaceful transfer of power.


Amy Coney Barrett hid ties to People of Praise religious group

Amy Coney Barrett and her husband Jesse are members of People of Praise, a small group that teaches that wives have to obey their husbands in all things.


Massachusetts nursing home administrators charged with criminal neglect over coronavirus outbreak

Superintendent Bennett Walsh and medical director Dr David Clinton were indicted by a grand jury on criminal neglect charges in connection to the outbreak at Holyoke Soldiers Home.


Trumps favorite for Supreme Court seat Amy Coney Barrett hid ties to religious group

Amy Coney Barrett and her husband Jesse are members of People of Praise, a small group that teaches that wives have to obey their husbands in all things.


NYPD commissioner blames $1b budget cut for crime surge

NYPD commissioner Dermot Shea said the budget cuts, which were voted on by the New York City Council back in July, has had a significant impact on the crime surge over the summer.


Fotis Dulos attorney agrees to repay $140K to his estate but mother of missing wife blocks deal 

Defense attorney Norm Pattis has agreed to repay $137,500 in legal fees to Dulos estate eight months after the suspected killer committed suicide.


South Dakota AG Jason Ravnsborg is branded a coward by family of man he struck and killed

DailyMailTV spoke with Boevers family who called South Dakota AG Jason Ravnsborg a coward who is trying to save his own a.


Pennine Way Walker, 72, is killed after being charged by cows on popular rambling route

Malcolm Flynn, 72, from Carlisle, was fatally injured in what police said was a tragic incident while he was walking on land near Thirlwall Castle and Gisland, Northumberland.


Divorce lawyer told female staff to ditch cardigans and be discreetly sexy in dress code email

Ayesha Vardag, who runs law firm Vardags in Londons Old Bailey, wrote staff a lengthy email titled Attire and image - dress code and beyond.


US Air Force B-52 bomber sends emergency distress signal while flying over Gloucestershire

The aircraft transmitted a squawk code 770, indicating general emergency, near Tewkesbury, UK, according to FlightRadar 24.


Former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul suffers a medical emergency during a livestreamed event  

Ron Paul, the Republican ex-congressman who thrice ran for the White House, suffered some kind of medical emergency in the midst of a livestreamed event Friday.


So whats an established relationship? 80% of Britons believe it means dating someone for a year

The latest UK government guidance issued this week does not provide clarity on what an established relationship is, with many couples questioning if they fall into the category.


UK petrochemicals billionaire Jim Ratcliffe moves to tax-free Monaco

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has moved from his home in Hampshire to Monaco where he is expected to save an estimated £4billion in tax.


Former teachers assistant, 24, pleads guilty to sexually abusing a 14-year-old student 

Allyssa Gustafson, a former teacher assistant at Circle Academy in Illinois, was charged in Nov. 2019 for having sex with the teen.


Girl, 3, dies at a Queens hospital after falling unconscious while eating snacks and watching TV

Anthony Richardson of New York City was arrested in connection to the death of Jaylynn Evans, a three-year-old who died after becoming unresponsive while watching TV


Patrick Valance, worth £10m, could become even richer from vaccine

The doom-saying expert whose Coronavirus fears saw new restrictions imposed on Britain is the richest mandarin in Whitehall, worth £10million thanks to his previous role with vaccine searching firm


Coronavirus UK SAGE say lockdown on elderly could save economy

The strategy would see UK ministers encourage those most at-risk of coronavirus, including patients with underlying health woes, to stay home and shield - just like they were told to do during the first lockdown.


Elizabeth Warren claims Donald Trump is flirting with treason

Massachusetts Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren said President Donald Trump is not necessarily going to accept the will of the voters and was flirting with treason.


UK billionaire quits Britain Sir Jim Ratcliffe moves to tax-free Monaco

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has moved from his home in Hampshire to Monaco where he is expected to save an estimated £4billion in tax.


Elizabeth Warren claims Trump is flirting with treason

Massachusetts Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren said President Donald Trump is not necessarily going to accept the will of the voters and was flirting with treason.


Britain could avoid tougher measures by cooping away the elderly, SAGE files reveal 

The strategy would see UK ministers encourage those most at-risk of coronavirus, including patients with underlying health woes, to stay home and shield - just like they were told to do during the first lockdown.


Killer, 16, who stabbed boy, 15, over Snapchat joke jailed for life

Marvin Dyer, 16, plunged a combat knife through the heart and lungs of Baptista Adjei, 15, on the 231 bus in Stratford, east London, last year as revenge for jokes told about him on Snapchat.


Sir Patrick Valance, The wealthiest mandarin in Whitehall who took a £600,000 pay cut for government

The doom-saying expert whose Coronavirus fears saw new restrictions imposed on Britain is the richest mandarin in Whitehall, worth £10million thanks to his previous role with vaccine searching firm


Teenage killer, 16, who did dance of death after stabbing 15-year-old on a bus jailed for life

Marvin Dyer, 16, plunged a combat knife through the heart and lungs of Baptista Adjei, 15, on the 231 bus in Stratford, east London, last year as revenge for jokes told about him on Snapchat.


Trump will fly back to Washington to visit his hotel for just 85 minutes

President Donald Trump will fly back to Washington, D.C. to visit his hotel for just 85 minutes for a campaign fundraiser on a day that takes him to three swing states.


Pretty Little Thing co-founder begs his Instagram followers to like his new business venture

Billionaire Adam Kamani, co-founder of Pretty Little Thing, is begging fans to like his new property app MoveStreets


Political correctness invades Berlin as state workers told to avoid phrases like asylum seeker

Politically correct madness has hit Berlin. State employees have been told to avoid phrases such as foreigner and asylum seeker by the city government to avoid upsetting anyone


Covid exodus begins One in ten city dwellers plan to move to the country or coast

Office for National Statistics data shows people with office jobs are looking to leave built-up areas such as London for the countryside (pictured, Shaftesbury in Dorset).


Police launch desperate hunt for missing schoolgirl, 14, who vanished four days ago in South Wales 

North Wales Police are appealing for any information regarding the whereabouts of Adele Jones, 14, from Bangor. The teenager was last seen on September 21.


Teenager, 18, is found guilty of stabbing Aston Villa youth player, 16, to death

Sukhbir Singh-Phull, 18, plunged a blade into the chest of Aston Villa youth player Ramani Morgan, 16, after a row broke out at a house party in Clay Lane in Coventry on February 29.


Georgia man shoots dead ex-girlfriend and injures her mother and son

Karl Jordan, 26, is accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend, her mother and her four-year-old son. He also robbed a Waffle House in Henry County.


Coronavirus UK Rishi Sunaks deputy denies rift with Boris Johnson

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Barclay insisted both men were working in tandem and denied Numbers 10 and 11 were adopting different approaches.


Man goes on shooting spree killing his former girlfriend, injuring three others

Karl Jordan, 26, is accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend, her mother and her four-year-old son. He also robbed a Waffle House in Henry County.


Kyle Rittenhouse fights extradition to Wisconsin on homicide charges

During an online court hearing in Illinois on Friday, Kyle Rittenhouses lawyer told the judge he planned to fight the teens extradition to Wisconsin to face charges.


Coronavirus Virginias Democrat governor is third to test positive

Ralph Northam, the governor of Virginia, has become the third sitting governor to test positive for COVID-19, and his wife has also contracted the virus. The pair are self-isolating.


Breonna Taylors family demands grand jury report be released

In an emotional written statement read aloud by her sister, Breonna Taylors mom, Tamika Palmer said the grand jurys decision reassured her why she has no faith in the legal system.


Coronavirus Swedens consistent approach to lockdown may have prevented second wave, expert says

Swedens leading epidemiologist Dr Anders Tegnell believes Stockholms resolve and refusal to change its lockdown measures may have helped prevent a second wave of the virus.


Adopted son tracks mother to Melbourne to find out she was MURDERED 

Perth teacher Matthieu Heimel, 41, was originally born in the Phillipines and his two sons prompted him to begin looking for his birth parents in 2018.


Rishi Sunaks deputy denies Covid rift between his boss and Boris Johnson

Chief Secretary to the Treasury Stephen Barclay insisted both men were working in tandem and denied Numbers 10 and 11 were adopting different approaches.


Police hunt four hooded men seen running from flats after man falls 50ft from balcony

Police have begun a manhunt for four men who were caught on CCTV running from a block of flats in Hillfields, Coventry, moments before a man plunged 50ft from a balcony.


Could the Wanda Beach Murders finally be SOLVED?

Christine Sharrock and Marianne Schmidts bodies were discovered in the sand, near Cronulla in Sydneys south, on January 12, 1965.


Chinese arts college says flirtatious women get sexually assaulted

The controversial claims were included in a Freshman Safety Knowledge Handbook published by China Academy of Arts, the first arts university in Chinese history.


PDSA Gold Medal awarded to landmine-detecting African pouched rat

His intensive training started when the rat was only four weeks old, when staff at the APOPO charity in Tanzania start handling the rats and introducing them to sounds and smells.


How rat Magawa became worlds greatest landmine detector after being trained to smell TNT

His intensive training started when the rat was only four weeks old, when staff at the APOPO charity in Tanzania start handling the rats and introducing them to sounds and smells.


Kyle Rittenhouse fights extradition to Wisconsin to face homicide charges

During an online court hearing in Illinois on Friday, Kyle Rittenhouses lawyer told the judge he planned to fight the teens extradition to Wisconsin to face charges.


Arts college sparks fury after saying women get sexually assaulted because they are beautiful

The controversial claims were included in a Freshman Safety Knowledge Handbook published by China Academy of Arts, the first arts university in Chinese history.


MS-13 gang member admits his role in three murders

Pedro Alfonso Osorio-Flores, of Columbus, Ohio, pleaded guilty on Monday to conspiracy to commit racketeering in connection to three MS-13 murders that took place between 2015 and 2016


Adopted son tracked his mother to Melbourne only to find out she had been MURDERED 

Perth teacher Matthieu Heimel, 41, was originally born in the Phillipines and his two sons prompted him to begin looking for his birth parents in 2018.


Virginia Governor Ralph Northam becomes the third governor to test positive for COVID-19

Ralph Northam, the governor of Virginia, has become the third sitting governor to test positive for COVID-19, and his wife has also contracted the virus. The pair are self-isolating.


Barbados adds UK to its high risk Covid list

British tourists will be required to show evidence of a negative Covid-19 PCR test on arrival, or risk being refused entry to the idyllic Caribbean country.


Diggers get to work on enormous Kent lorry park

Work today continued on a 27-acre lorry park near Ashford, Kent which will be able to hold up to 2,000 trucks when the Brexit transition period comes to an end in December.


Woman and her four dogs escape unharmed after a car rams into them at Montmorency in Melbourne

Confronting footage shows a woman being knocked to the ground before the car ploughs into the wall of the Espresso3094 café on in Montmorency in Melbournes north-east.


Eric Trump says his father would concede the election if he got blown out of the water 

Eric Trump said his father would concede the election if he got blown out of the water, in the latest comment spelling out the conditions when the president might leave office.


Dean Jones daughter is waiting to wake up from a bad dream after cricket greats shock death

Jones, 59, died of a massive heart attack at the Trident Hotel in Mumbai on Thursday, leaving the cricket world in shock and mourning the loss of one of the games legends.


Work continues on 27-acre Kent lorry park that will be able to hold 2,000 trucks

Work today continued on a 27-acre lorry park near Ashford, Kent which will be able to hold up to 2,000 trucks when the Brexit transition period comes to an end in December.


Ed Buck asks to be released from jail before his trial due to the coronavirus pandemic

Ed Buck is expected to be asked to be released from jail on Friday at a bail hearing due to the coronavirus pandemic, and says he will consent to electric monitoring and being confined at home.


Video shows moments after cop was struck by gunfire while responding to Breonna Taylors apartment

Bodycam footage allegedly shows Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly being carried away by officers after being struck in the leg by Breonna Taylors boyfriend Kenneth Walker in the botched raid.


Leon launches ready meal range after fall in restaurant diners

Leon was forced into closures during lockdown and fewer feet on the ground at railway stations and airports, where many of its sites are based, have reduced the number of potential diners.


Trumps chief of staff attacks FBI director for casting doubt on widespread voter fraud claims

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows criticized FBI Director Christopher Wray a day after Wray told Congress hed never seen any evidence of widespread voter fraud.


Experts pinpoint the key giveaways that reveal Carl Beech made up his VIP child abuse ring claims

The experts say the video footage contains key giveaways that fantasist Carl Beech made up the sick claims against a group of powerful men when speaking to Met Police officers.


Coronavirus Chinese boy, 12, tests positive for COVID-19 again two weeks after recovering

The 12-year-old boy, known by his surname Li, has been put under isolation in Harbin of north China on Thursday following his positive result, the health authorities say.


Cop dives head-first down courthouse stairs trying to catch criminal

A bailiff dived headfirst down a set of stairs at a courthouse in Ohio on Tuesday this week in an attempt to catch 34-year-old Nicholas Garrison, who had just been jailed for meth possession.


Grandfather who was attacked in his own front yard in a crime that shocked Australia is laid to rest

Emiliano Lombardi, 84, was buried at a ceremony in Perth surrounded by over 100 friends and family members on Friday.


Murder hornets could spread rapidly across US if action not taken

A male Asian giant hornet was found by researchers in Whatcom County, Washington, earlier this year - the first ever male of the species to be found in the US - prompting fears of an invasion.


Fears as girls, 5 and 9, go missing at Nambour in Queensland

The girls, aged five and nine, were last seen after being dropped at a mans house at Nambour, on the Sunshine Coast.


Murder hornets could spread rapidly across America if action is not taken, scientists warn 

A male Asian giant hornet was found by researchers in Whatcom County, Washington, earlier this year - the first ever male of the species to be found in the US - prompting fears of an invasion.


Two girls aged five and nine are missing at Nambour on Queenslands Sunshine Coast

The girls, aged five and nine, were last seen after being dropped at a mans house at Nambour, on the Sunshine Coast.


Breonna Taylor Charles Barley and Shaquille ONeal attacked for defending cops

Charles Barkley and Shaquille ONeal came under fire after they both said that Breonna Taylors death is not comparable to the death of George Floyd while speaking ahead of an NBA game last night.


Second World War-era Bell P-39 Airacobra that crashed in 1943 raised from depths of the Black Sea

The plane was hauled from the water in the Kalamita Bay, near the village of Novofyodorovka, Crimea, as part of a joint expedition of the Russian Geographical Society and Russian Defence Ministry.


Is Britains coronavirus outbreak taking off again? Infections are up 48% in a week

Yesterday saw another 6,634 Covid-19 cases recorded, meaning the seven-day rolling average is 48 per cent higher than it was a week ago.


Denver man who drove through protesters says he had no intention of harming anyone

Jonathan Benson was behind the wheel of the car that was seen driving through a crowd of demonstrators protesting outside the Colorado State Capitol in Denver on Wednesday.


Tense moment residents come together to stop hot air balloon hitting the ground

After the hot air balloon operator got into trouble and lost altitude in Nijkerk, Netherlands, nearly landing on the colleges cycling path, bystanders leapt into action and guided the basket away.


World renowned Bollywood singer SP Balasubrahmanyam has died in hospital of coronavirus

Famous Indian singer and Guinness World Record holder SP Balasubrahmanyam has died of covid-19. The singer, famous for his Bollywood work, died today


Boy, seven, thanks Marcus Rashford for his charity work

Rashford, 22, last night shared a letter he received from Jack Lees, seven, who had written to the footballer to thank him for everything you do.


California man is killed by own work van while trying to stop thieves from stealing it

Jose DeJesus Berrelleza, 33, died Tuesday after trying to stop thieves from stealing his work van from his driveway but falling and being run over as it sped away.


Lyme disease left Australian woman, 29, in agony after holiday to the US 

Madi Rapa, from Ocean Grove in Victoria, has been battling Lyme disease, a tick-borne infection, since she travelled to the US in 2014.


Back home! Boris Johnsonss fiancee Carrie Symonds returns from five-star Italian holiday

Earlier in the week MailOnline revealed Ms Symonds, 32, to be relaxing in the exclusive resort of Lake Como with three girlfriends at the £600-a-night Grand Hotel Tremezzo.


City Inspectors peer through letter boxes on the hunt for illegal lock-ins after 10pm Covid curfew

Nosy council inspectors have been peering through letterboxes and windows in an effort to track down pubs and clubs holding lock-ins past the coronavirus curfew


Father who shielded his three children from a gunman loses two jobs

Anthony Jefferson of New York City bravely protected his children from gun fire at a car dealership on Monday, but has since lost both his jobs because he cant walk after being shot in the thigh


Two men arrested after allegedly planning Netflix worthy terrorist attack on Trump Tower

Two men have been arrested - one from South Carolina, one from Texas - and charged with supporting a terrorist group after the FBI intercepted plans to stage Netflix worthy terror attacks.


Brannigans crisps are being sold for £3 a pack on eBay after KP announced it was axing brand 

KP Snacks in Slough announced it was axing the brand due to falling demand, so fans are racing to get their hands on the final packs, with one listing on eBay selling packets for £3 a pop.


Chinese company to send asteroid-mining robot into space in November

Origin Space, a Beijing-based private space resources company, is set to send Neo-1, a 30-kilo (66-pound) small satellite carried by a Chinese Long-March series rocket, into space in November.


Mum, 33, speaks from hospital bed while hooked up to oxygen to warn young people of Covid reality

Tilly Thorpe, 33, from Newton-le-Willows in Cheshire fought Covid for 12 days at home before being taken to hospital with pneumonia and put on oxygen, steroids and an IV drip.


Royal experts say Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ruined Africa trip with attack on press

Royal watchers say Harry and Meghans 2019 tour of Africa, which it was revealed cost £240,000, could have been a historic success, but was ruined by Meghans final day attack on the press.


Elite private girls school unladylike muck-up day Scavenger Hunt is revealed

The tasks were allegedly written by graduating students from Pymble Ladies College, on the citys upper north shore, as part of a muck-up day challenge for school leavers.


Unicorn of the snack world Australians are going wild for white Nutella

Prominent Australian food blogger Bruce Super Convenience shared a picture to his Instagram of a jar of the iconic spread with one key difference.


Optimism grows of EU and UK agreeing post-Brexit trade deal

Hopes of the UK and EU agreeing a post-Brexit trade deal have increased after Brussels said the tide is turning and Downing Street welcomed recent useful exchanges with the bloc.


Bosses concern over little incentive to pay wages of staff not in work

Business bosses have today stuck the boot into the Chancellors much-trumpeted plan to keep people in work.


NHS nurse stranded in Turkey and banned from Tui flight home after her daughter took her mask off

Charlotte Snook, an A&E nurse in North Lincolnshire, says her holiday to Marmaris, Turkey, has been ruined after Tui banned her from flying home after her daughter removed a mask.


Decision on whether Julian Assange will be extradited wont be made until after US election

The WikiLeaks founder is fighting being sent to the US on charges relating to leaks of classified documents allegedly exposing war crimes and abuse.


Couple win battle with council after being told they needed planning permission for treehouse

Nicky Falder, 33, and his wife Bev, 32, erected the 13ft wooden structure for their sons Max, nine, and Toby, seven, to enjoy in the garden of their Belle Vue, Carlisle, home.


British tourist, 32, is raped by three men in Italy

The 32-year-old tourist called police from a holiday home in Lecce (file image) after she was allegedly attacked in a different apartment by young men she had spent the evening with.


Donald Trump attacks Fox news polls that show him down in Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio 

President Donald Trump on Friday attacked new Fox News polls that have him trailing Joe Biden in battlegrounds Nevada and Pennsylvania - as well as key Republican-tilting  prize Ohio.


Prices of imported cheese could rise by 57 per cent if no free trade deal is reached with Europe

The British Retail Consortium said supermarkets and their customers face £3.1billion of food and drink tariffs a year - an average £112 per household - if trade barriers are erected.


Chinese citizen journalist who disappeared after reporting Wuhans coronavirus outbreak is found

Chen Qiushi, a 34-year-old former lawyer, had vanished soon after he arrived in Wuhan in late January and shared dispatches online to inform the world about Wuhans COVID-19 outbreak.


Russian police use breast implants to identify stabbed and chopped up transsexual sex worker

Police use breast implants to identify Russia sex worker Dzamshud Khatamzhonov after limbless torso found in River Mga. Actor Yury Yanovsky has been arrested for the crime


How quickly is Britains Covid-19 outbreak REALLY growing?

Kings College London scientists behind the COVID Symptom Tracker mobile app estimate that there were at least 16,310 daily cases of the disease in the last week. The ONS thinks the figure is 9,600.


Breonna Talyor Charles Barley and Shaquille ONeal attacked for defending cops

Charles Barkley and Shaquille ONeal came under fire after they both said that Breonna Taylors death is not comparable to the death of George Floyd while speaking ahead of an NBA game last night.


Department store Myer is a sinking ship and heading towards administration

The department store reported a full-year loss of $172.4 million earlier this month after sales fell more than 15 per cent from temporary store closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.


French villa close to Errol Flynns home on the Cote dAzur on sale for £6.2million

For years the old town of Villefranche-sur-Mer on the Cote dAzur has attracted film directors as a natural movie set and welcomed stars such as Errol Flynn to take residence there.


Former Brookside actress Anna Norbury dies aged 26

BREAKING Brookside actress Anna Norbury has died at the age of 26. Anna died on September 7, her family have shared today.


Council orders rowing boat put beside flood-prone river to help locals to be removed

Neil Kenton, 61, placed the small wooden vessel on a patch of grass by the River Avon in Warwick to help elderly residents who became trapped in their homes.


Ex-LAPD sergeant is slammed for shameful comment and race-baiting Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron

Cheryl Dorsey (right), a retired LAPD cop, sparked outrage when she told MSNBC on Wednesday that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (left) is skinfolk but he is not kinfolk.


Brett Lee tried to bring cricket great Dean Jones back to life twice with CPR and a defibrillator

Jones, 59, died of a massive heart attack at the Trident Hotel in Mumbai on Thursday, leaving the cricket world in shock and mourning the loss of one of the games legends.


Madeleine McCann detectives handed sketches in rape case

An Irish mother-of-two has described a man with a German accent and piercing blue eyes attacking her in Praia da Rocha, a half-hour drive from Praia da Luz where Madeleine vanished.


At least four people are stabbed near the former offices of Charlie Hebdo in Paris

Two of the victims are in an extremely bad way, said an investigating source, following the attacks on Friday afternoon in the French capital.


Tesco sets three-item limit on flour, dried pasta, toilet roll and wipes as panic buying returns

In a bid to avoid the bulk buying which left shop shelves across the UK almost bare in March, the supermarket giant will limit items such as flour, toilet roll and wipes to three per customer.


Female driver is given a parking fine despite her grovelling note to inspectors about hospital visit

Susie Best received the ticket after leaving her silver Mercedes in the Raglan Street car park, in Mosman, an affluent suburb in Sydneys north.


Byron Bay locals declare war on Melbourne border hoppers wearing puffer jackets and ironed jeans

The exclusive beachside community of Byron Bay is reportedly being overrun with Melburnians driving expensive Range Rovers and flaunting designer outfits.


Argentinian MP resigns after kissing his mistresss breasts during an online parliamentary session

Married father-of-three Juan Emilio Ameri shocked fellow lawmakers by letting a pretty blonde sit on his lap, pulling down her top and kissing her right nipple during a parliamentary session..


Britons value good WIFI above their PARENTS! Survey reveals the things in life we hold dear

According to a Travelodge study, many of us also appreciatea good cup of tea, and the joys of a good belly laugh, while the NHS, a garden and the family pet are also among the top things in life.


Schoolgirl told to remove braided hair extensions as father blasts school for discrimination 

Lily Rann, 12, chose the style because of her Jamaican heritage. But Norton Hill School in Somerset told her she would have to go to isolation if the extenstions were not removed.


Long-serving worker at Aunt Bessies Yorkshire pudding plant dies two weeks after Covid outbreak

The woman worked at the firms factory in Freightliner Road, Hull, where the previous cases were discovered and where she was described by colleagues as an important member.


Taxi driver, 39, is arrested on suspicion of murdering mother-of-seven wife

Abida Karim was found dead by police in a domestic-related killing in Leeds, West Yorkshire yesterday morning.


Rolf Harris looks frail as hes pictured for first time since turning 90

Paedophile Rolf Harris has been seen in public for the first time since he turned 90 during the coronavirus lockdown. He was spotted taking his dog for a walk in Bray in Berkshire.


Rescuers forced to start putting down pilot whales in mass stranding

Rescue teams have been racing to save 20 pilot whales after 470 became stranded on the sandbanks at Macquarie Harbour, off Tasmanias west coast, on Monday.


What Dan Andrews body language during the hotel quarantine inquiry really says

The premier apologised for his governments decision to use private security guards at coronavirus quarantine hotels as he faced the inquiry into the embattled program on Friday.


Policewoman and married officer sacked over secret sex flings while they were meant to be on duty 

Zoe Phillips and Andrew Perry worked for Gwent Police in Wales but resigned when the affair came to light, before a disciplinary panel ruled their actions amounted to gross misconduct.


Nightclubs throw their doors open at 3pm with half-price drinks

The Prime Ministers decision to order pubs, bars and restaurants to close at 10pm came into force last night, leaving venues missing out early hours service.


Only one in FIVE Britons with tell-tale symptoms of Covid-19 are self-isolating, study reveals

Kings College London scientists quizzed 30,000 people living in the UK. Results showed only 18.2 per cent self-isolated even though intention to was high, at 70 per cent.


Chris Dawson murder trial twist

Chris Dawson has won a temporary halt of his murder trial to allow the unrestrained and clamorous public commentary about his wifes disappearance to abate.


Notorious Neo-Nazi leader tortured and murdered in cell and death a fake suicide, family says

Notorious Russian Neo-Nazi Maxim Martsinkevich was tortured and murdered in his cell, his family claim. The body of the criminal was found in his cell in the Urals last week


Ex-LAPD sergeant is slammed for shameful comment and race-baiting Kentucky AG David Cameron

Cheryl Dorsey (right), a retired LAPD cop, sparked outrage when she told MSNBC on Wednesday that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (left) is skinfolk but he is not kinfolk.


Candace Owens says black GOP Kentucky AG racially attacked by the left over Breonna Taylor case

Attorney General Daniel Cameron, 34, revealed on Wednesday that no murder charges would be brought against the Louisville police officers in connection with Taylors death.


France sees record 16,000 coronavirus cases in a day

The 16,096 new cases blew away the previous record of 13,498 set on Sunday, bringing Frances total to nearly half a million infections.


Crash causes massive eight-mile tailbacks at Dartford Crossing as M25 closes in both directions

The M25 is closed in both directions following the accident between junction five for the M26 and junction four for Orpington - adding hours to rush hour journeys this morning.


UK national debt hits ANOTHER record high of more than £2 TRILLION

National debt hit another record high at the end of August as it continued to climb above £2 trillion.


Dolly the Akubra girls parents reveal the last question she asked her mum

Dolly Everetts parents have spoken candidly about the heart-wrenching final moments of their beloved 14-year-old daughter who tragically took her own life.


Gunman shoots police officer dead at Croydon HQ

A Metropolitan Police officer has allegedly been shot dead at Croydon police station in South London by a suspect who turned the gun on himself but is still alive.


Are Londons Covid-19 hotspots linked by the UNDERGROUND?

Coronavirus cases are spreading across the capital, but appear to be centred along the 11 tubelines - used by some two million people every day pre-Covid.


Cronulla Woman, 55, mauled by a dog after she tried to break up a fight between two dogs

Emergency services were called to Cronulla Mall, in Sydneys south, just before midday on Friday over reports a woman had been attacked by a dog.


Kim Jong-un says sorry after South Korean is shot dead at sea

In a letter, Kim Jong-un (pictured) said he was sorry for disappointing President Moon and South Koreans rather than helping them in the face of the malicious coronavirus.


Tourist armed with stick beats up dogs and threatens people at Batu Belig Beach in Bali

Sickening footage was shared online showing the man armed with a stick and chasing after a dog at Batu Belig Beach in Bali on Wednesday.


Is this proof Victorias health minister KNEW about private security guards in hotel quarantine?

At an inquiry in the bungled quarantine program on Thursday, Ms Mikakos said she did not know private guards were enforcing the scheme until late May when the Rydges hotel suffered an outbreak.


Actress Charlotte Kirk claims she was forced into sex with Warner Bros CEO

An article published in The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday claims that Kirk, 28, filed the petition in Los Angeles Superior Court on September 3.


Furious fans throw dozens of WOODEN SPOONS onto Brisbane Broncos training ground

The Broncos loss to North Queensland puts them in last place on the NRL ladder for 2020. Retiring star Darius Boyd coudnt lift the Broncos despite scoring an early try out of the gate.


12 universities set up their own Covid testing - as students are banned from parties or pubs

A dozen universities in England and Wales have set up their own Covid-19 testing units as at least ten outbreaks were recorded across the UK, mostly in Scotland.


Three-metre saltwater crocodile breaks into a suburban backyard

The three-metre saltwater was spotted in Gunbalanya, east of Darwin in the Northern Territory, trying to sneak under backyard fences.


Shocking moment a pickup truck hits a female BLM protester in Hollywood

The chaos unfolded after nightfall Thursday on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, where demonstrators were trying to march to an LAPD substation to protest the Breonna Taylor verdict.


Source of Steele Dossier was investigated for contacts with Russian spies, AG Bill Barr says

A source used by Christopher Steele (left) for his notorious anti-Trump dossier was investigated for ties to Russian spies, Attorney General Bill Barr (right) revealed on Thursday.


Wendy Davis opens up about assault by Claremont killer after he was found guilty of two murders

Wendy Davis was working as a social worker at Perths Hollywood Hospital in 1990 when she felt a hand grab her face and drag her backwards into a nearby toilet.


NRL star Curtis Scott is awarded $100,000 after police wrongly tasered him

NSW Police have been ordered to pay NRL star Curtis Scott $100,000 after he was handcuffed, tasered and pepper sprayed by officers for sleeping under a tree after a night out in Sydney.


Heavy snow, hail and thunderstorms hit South Australia, Victoria and NSW

Thunder storms, hail and heavy snowfall was seen across Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia on Friday due to a cold front sweeping directly up from Antarctica.


Vincent Namatjira is first Indigenous artist to win Archibald Prize with a portrait of Adam Goodes

Namatjiras painting featured iconic moments from Adam Goodes career such as his famous spear throw celebration or the time he pointed to his skin, which is a reference to AFL legend Nicky Winmar.


How to avoid five common bank fees and save HUNDREDS of dollars each year in a few simple steps

Money experts from the financial analysis group Finder told Daily Mail Australia that $43million was wasted on ATM fees within the last year alone.


The used cars worth 25 per cent more than this time last year as sales surge during COVID-19

Australian motorists are flocked to used cars, as sales of brand-new models plummet. Secondhand Toyota LandCruiser four-wheel drives and Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger utes are popular.


FBI analysts thought agencys handling of case against Michael Flynn was a nightmare

FBI analysts with knowledge of the probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn (left) were worried about the agencys conduct. Ex-FBI chief Jim Comey is seen right.


Horses at Killarney Station in the Northern Territory are shot dead

Thirty prized horses worth half-a-million dollars at Killarney Station in the Northern Territory were accidentally slaughtered by two members of a shooters club.


Claremont serial killer Bradley Robert Edwards found guilty Victims father speaks

Denis Glennon, father of one of the women brutally murdered by Bradley Robert Edwards in Claremont, Western Australia, has spoken out.


Welcome to Balis coronavirus nightmare Cases in Australias favourite holiday destination soar

Bali now has the fastest-rising death rates from coronavirus in Indonesia. Local epidemiologist Dr I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika said the island needed to be closed off again.


Premier Dan Andrews fronts hotel quarantine inquiry

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has told an inquiry into the COVID-19 hotel quarantine fiasco that he too does not know who made the decision to employ private security guards. 


Google services including Gmail and Youtube crash for more than 20 MINUTES across the US

According to online monitor DownDetector, Google services crashed in many parts of the country at 9pm Eastern Time.


Queensland enters the space race with $15 million launch pad

LNP leader Deb Frecklington has pledged the funds for the Abbot Point facility, with Queensland firm Gilmour Space Technologies to be the anchor tenant.


BLM supporters take to the streets of the nation for the second night of Breonna Taylor protests

Several hundred protesters marched through New York City while chanting Breonna Taylors name while crowds occupied several lanes of a St. Louis interstate on Thursday.


More than 350 Just Jeans, Peter Alexander and Jay Jays stores could close after COVID-19

Premier Investments Limited revealed on Friday they had a profit of $137.8million in the last financial year, a 29 per cent increase on the year before.


Hindus urge IKEA Australia to withdraw an ad campaign for mocking yoga and cultural appropriation

Hindus have expressed their outrage over an IKEA advert showing a woman in a yoga pose they allege is cultural appropriation and mocking the ancient practice.  


NYC threatens to SHUT non-essential businesses in neighborhoods where COVID-19 cases are on the rise

Officials gave the warning on Wednesday, following an alarming uptick of new cases in six neighborhoods across Brooklyn and Queens.


Stirling needle scare as contaminated strawberry purchased from Adelaide Hills Foodland

Anne Lentakis had purchased the punnet of Berry Indulgence from a Foodland in Stirling, Adelaide Hills, on Thursday.


Shore School former students claim North Sydney school of systemic abuse, bullying and homophobia

Former students at Shore School, in Sydneys lower north shore, claim the school had a hyper masculine culture and that they suffered years of verbal and physical abuse by students and teachers.


Dean Jones ex-mistress is targeted by trolls hours after his death

Kerri-Anne Hamilton, the cricket stars well documented former mistress, was viciously targeted on her Twitter account on Thursday night by trolls calling her an irresponsible woman.


Former NSW Premier John Fahey laid to rest on Friday

Former NSW Premier John Fahey was farewelled at a state funeral at Sydneys St Marys Cathedral on Friday.


UFC 253 Champion Israel Adensanyas warning to Paulo Costa before the fight of the year 

Adesanya will be putting his UFC world middleweight title belt on the line against the ferocious 29-year-old Costa on Sunday.


Dan Andrews tribute to Australian cricket hero Dean Jones after he died in India at age 59

Australian cricketing legend Dean Jones is being remembered as one of the greats of the sport after his shock death in India on Thursday after a heart attack. 


Quarantined traveller who tested negative TWICE potentially infected 31 people with COVID-19

A quarantined traveller who underwent managed isolation for 14 days in New Zealands Christchurch, had no symptoms and did not return a positive reading.


Australian university reform is labelled a kick in the guts by Labor

The oppositions education spokeswoman Tanya Plibersek says Year 12 have gone through the year from hell with remote learning disrupting their final year of school.


How plans to create the Western Harbour Tunnel will create 15,000 jobs

Australian jobs have been decimated during the COVID-19 crisis, but for those with a trade, a bonanza of work could soon be on the way as infrastructure spending soars.


National Police Association calls for attempted murder charge against Larynzo Johnson

Larynzo D. Johnson, 26, was charged with 14 counts of wanton endangerment and two counts of assault on a police officer after the shooting on Wednesday night in Louisville.


The ILLEGAL policing technique being used by Victorias protective service officers 

Victoria Police confirmed the error which resulted in protective services officers using pepper spray for years without the proper legal authority.


BLM mob in Louisville smash library windows and throw flare as cops declare unlawful assembly

About 100 demonstrators have gathered in Louisville, defying a ncurfew and nearby police in riot gear, marking a second night of protests after Wednesdays grand jury decision.


JobSeeker boost is set to be extended Treasurer drops massive hint 

In April the government doubled the payment to $1,100 as thousands lost their jobs due to coronavirus restrictions. The $550 boost has now decreased to $250 and is due to run out.


Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor riots shows up to roll call after release from hospital

Major Aubrey Gregory was greeted with a round of applause as he showed up to the Metro Polices roll call on Thursday morning, less than 24 hours after being shot in the hip.


Treasurer savagely insults Queensland deputy premier on live TV

The federal treasurer slammed Queensland deputy premier Steven Miles on Friday morning in an ongoing clash over ADF troops at the Queensland border.


Buff security guard Wesley Newell dubbed Mr Brownlow accused of smuggling drugs into prison

Wesley Newell, 42, from Richmond, an inner suburb of Melbourne, rose to fame and was dubbed Mr Brownlow after footage of him delivering the crucial votes the medal went viral.


Cowardly Didier Lam Kee Shau captured in horrific video bashing his wife to serve full sentence

A thug who brutally bashed his pregnant wife before crashing his car through the front of a service station must serve his full sentence after losing an appeal.


Cricket world mourns as Dean Jones passes aged just 59

The cricket world is reeling following the passing of legendary Australian cricketer Dean Jones on Thursday night in a Mumbai hotel aged just 59.


Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale pleads guilty to sexual assault as love bag viagra, condoms are found

Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale (pictured), 69, allegedly kept a bag of condoms and viagra under his council desk. He pleaded guilty to sexual assault at Ipswich District Court on Thursday.


Channel Seven star Ryan Phelan is CLEARED of assault

Phelan, 45, was charges with two counts of assault in June after police alleged he had assaulted Chelsea Franklin during a row inside their $2million home at Frenchs Forest, on Sydneys north shore.


TikTok star delivers $12,000 tip to 89-year-old pizza delivery driver struggling to make ends meet

Derlin Newey, 89, works 30 hours a week at a Papa Johns Pizza in Roy, Utah in order to make ends meet.


How secret mutant Ooshies are selling for more than their perfect pals 

Rare and and defective mutant Disney+ Ooshies (pictured) could be worth a small fortune on the booming resell market. 


Sons fury as Irish tradies accused of the bashing murder of his dad flee the country

Nathan Kelly, 23, and Christopher McLaughlin, 25, offered to plead guilty for manslaughter following the death of Paul Tavelardis who was left bloodied in Summer Hill, in Sydneys inner west.


Former deputy who admitted to having sex with ex-boyfriends son, 16, is sentenced to a year in jail

Shauna Bishop, a former Sacramento County, California, sheriffs deputy who pleaded guilty to having sex with the 16-year-old son of her ex-boyfriend, has been sentenced to a year in jail.


New South Wales records four new cases of COVID-19 as restrictions lift ahead of school holidays 

Four new cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in New South Wales on Friday as thousands of school children break for holidays.


Ex-LAPD sergeant is slammed for shameful comment and race-baiting Louisville AG David Cameron

Cheryl Dorsey (right), a retired LAPD cop, sparked outrage when she told MSNBC on Wednesday that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (left) is skinfolk but he is not kinfolk.


Brisbane Fraudster bride swindled $43,000 out of her boss at Buccini Transport to pay for wedding

Courtney Beaumont Bell, 27, worked as a payroll officer at Buccini Transport in Hemmant, QLD, for four years when she swindled $43,375 for her $60,000 wedding.


First coronavirus vaccine will not be a silver bullet, scientists warn government

Experts advising the UK government said it may only reduce peoples symptoms and be partially effective as they stress the need for caution when it is rolled out.


Syndey man accused of slashing police officer in attempted murder is found dead in prison

Accused cop slasher Frederick Elrezz has been found dead in his prison cell.


Senator Dianne Feinsteins husband used clout as UC regent to get student off waitlist

Richard Blum was named Thursday by the state auditors office as one of the regents involved in admissions scandal where UC wrongly admitted dozens of wealthy, mostly white students as favors.


Australian music legend Max Merritt, 79, dies after being diagnosed with a rare auto-immune disease

Australian music legend Max Merritt has died in a Los Angeles hospital after being diagnosed with a rare serious auto-immune disease.


Third man charged over Raymond Harriss murder in Surfers Paradise

Raymond Harris, 27, was stabbed to death during a vicious brawl with a number of men that were known to him on Cavill Avenue in Surfers Paradise at 9pm on Wednesday.


Fur sales will be BANNED in Britain once the country leaves the EU

The Government is considering plans to ban the import of wild animal fur into the UK that would essentially forbid the sale of clothes containing fur in shops after Brexit.


Trump accuses Joe Biden of going on an anti-police crusade after Louisville unrest

President Trump went full law and order at his rally Thursday night in Jacksonville accusing his rival Democratic Joe Biden of going on an anti-police crusade and calling law enforcement the enemy.


RICHARD KAY salutes Fleet Street icon Sir Harold Evans, who has died at 92 

RICHARD KAY Never afraid to speak his mind or challenge authority, Sir Harold Evans matched a campaigning, radical zeal with a love for the hurly-burly of political intrigue and hot gossip.


Australian music legend Max Merritt dies aged 79

Australian music legend Max Merritt has died in a Los Angeles hospital after being diagnosed with a rare serious auto-immune disease.


Socialite, 53, who was bridesmaid at Princess Dianas wedding admits shoplifting £680 Max Mara coat

India Hicks, who was a bridesmaid at Princess Dianas wedding in 1981, stole the Max Mara ladies coat from one of Harrods luxury branches at Heathrow in January.


UK gives £67.9m in foreign aid to China in the last year

Schemes funded by UK taxpayers included a photography project to understand the countrys past, syphilis tests for gay men and improving cancer screening in rural areas of China.


Grandmother, 78, holds up attempted home invader with a SHOTGUN

The gun-toting gran - known only as Sandy - was inside her Spanaway home on Sunday night when her dog, Booboo, began barking.


Have local lockdowns failed to curb coronavirus? Covid-19 infections soar in North of England

Swathes of the North West and North East are struggling with large outbreaks while the virus remains under control in most of the South.


Boom crown rat Magawa the bomb disposal rodent is awarded animal George Cross

Magawa, a giant African pouched rat, has discovered 39 landmines and 28 items of unexploded ordnance since he was trained. He has cleared the equivalent of 20 football pitches.


Half of Britons with tell-tale Covid-19 symptoms may NOT have the disease, study suggests

Researchers at Public Health England (PHE) looked at almost 1,000 key workers who complained of Covid-19 symptoms in June. Of those, 49 per cent tested negative for antibodies.


Horrific home explosion in Oklahoma City kills 14-year-old girl and hospitalizes her family

Berklee Maguire was killed in the devastating explosion at around 7am on Thursday in the northeast Oklahoma City suburb of Edmond, the Medical Examiners Office confirmed.


The sky-high cost of Prince Harry and Meghan Markles big tour of Africa that tore the Royals apart

Royal accounts published today show £245,643 was spent on scheduled flights and a private jet for the couple and their entourage to Africa, making it the most expensive royal trip of the year.


Victoria COVID-19 numbers State records 14 new cases and eight deaths

Victoria has recorded 14 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths in the past 24 hours, as the state moves closer to the easing of restrictions.


How buying home in Australia is set to get easier with borrowers spared from listing spending habits

Australians buying a home will no longer have to provide extensive details about their daily spending habits to get a mortgage, under new rules Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is set to announce.


Chinas vast network of re-education camps for Uyghur Muslims is mapped by Australian researchers

The largest and most extensive database of Chinas brutal re-education camps has been mapped by a team of Australian researchers.


New South Wales Coronavirus restrictions to be eased further

Massive changes are on the way for weddings, schools and community sport in New South Wales as the state takes another step in easing strict COVID-19 rules.


Donald Trump proclaims protecting people with pre-existing conditions is now official U.S. policy

President Donald Trump signed an executive order with great fanfare Thursday that proclaims protecting patients with pre-existing conditions is official U.S. policy.


The measures scientists say are needed to ease lockdown

The scientists said countries should aim not to ease coronavirus restrictions until they have a robust test-and-trace system in place. They pointed to success stories across the world.


Brother of missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew launches his own six-day search

The brother of missing Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew is leading his own search for his sister in hopes of finding her body to give her a proper burial.


New York City Fisherman, 24, hooks human corpse in Central Park lake

Luis Castoire, 24, cast his line into Harlem Meer at around 11am on Thursday. He hooked his line into a human corpse that police said was a man in his thirties. His identity has not been released.


MMR vaccine uptake has risen for the first time in SIX years, new figures reveal 

The proportion of children in England receiving their first dose of the measles, mumps and rubella jab increased to 90.6 per cent last year.


Sins of the sex-obsessed Jesus of Siberia

DAVID LEAFE SergeI Torop got a rude awakening this week when the Russian secret police mounted a dawn raid on his home in a remote part of Siberia.


Rishi Sunak unveils a replacement for furlough scheme

Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the Jobs Support Scheme (JSS), a form of wage subsidy, would be brought in after furlough is wound down at the end of next month - and last until May.


Rishi Sunaks new coronavirus bailout Chancellor upstages a cautious Prime Minister

Rishi Sunak said the UK could not carry on ignoring the economic impact of the pandemic. He added that the wider costs of Covid had to be taken account of in the coming weeks.


Send me a text! Barack Obama gives out his phone number to the American public

President Barack Obama gave out his phone number to the American people, asking that they send him a text.


Superspreading events at Florida social club leave two dead and 50 infected with COVID-19 

Health officials said The Social Club of Palm Coast in Flagler County, Florida, was linked to two deaths and at least 50 COVID-19 infections after it hosted a series of superspreading events in August


Trials of Russia coronavirus vaccine show questionable results very unlikely to be a coincidence

Initial reports on whether the Sputnik V vaccine safely produces an immune response were published in the Lancet this month.


ViacomCBS boss is cleared of sexual assault claims

ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish, 56, was cleared of sexual misconduct claims by an independent investigation carried out by a firm hired by the company, it was revealed Thursday.


Dean Jones dies Daughter pays tribute to Australian cricket legend

The daughter of Australian cricket legend Dean Jones has shared a heartfelt tribute to her dad after his tragic death.


Woman sues 76ers co-owner after she was she was injured by a chair that fell from his balcony

Annabel Sen, 24, has sued Philadelphia 76ers co-owner, Michael Rubin, after she was left with brain injuries when she was hit by a chair that flew off his penthouse balcony in Manhattan.


Daughter of cricket legend Dean Jones daughter makes heartfelt post for dad after his death

The daughter of Australian cricket legend Dean Jones has shared a heartfelt tribute to her dad after his tragic death.


Mike Pompeo says Chinas New York consulate is a spy hub

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Chinas New York consulate is a major spy hub after a New York City police officer was charged this week with spying for the Chinese government.


Coronavirus US Doctor says GUN protects more than mask in video

Dr. Jeff Barke of Newport, California, brandished a 9mm pistol during an anti-mask video in which he claimed the firearm was more protective than face masks during the pandemic


Businesses near Suzanne Morphews husbands hotel share CCTV

Police asked every business near the Holiday Inn Express in Broomfield, Colorado, to turn over video shot between May 7 and May 10 - the day Suzanne Morphew was reported missing.


Coronavirus Hong Kong Hazmat-suited officials detain BA cabin crew

Ellie Freeman, a stewardess from High Wycombe, posted a series of Snapchats as she and her colleagues were given just 30 minutes to pack up before being shuttled to austere portacabins.


Julian Assanges two children conceived in Ecuadorian Embassy tent

The mother of Julian Assanges children has revealed how the couple was able to secretly conceive their two sons while he was hiding out at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. 


Breonna Taylor protests Driver plows through Denver BLM supporters

Video shows the moment a driver plowed through a group of BLM protesters during unrest in Denver after the Kentucky grand jurys decision to not indict any of the officers with the death of Breonna Taylor.


Breonna Taylor Louisville police could still face criminal charges

The FBI said it is still investigating all aspects of Breonna Taylors death, and are yet to determine whether federal criminal charges are warranted in the case.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg Kids wear her signature collar at Supreme Court 

The woman and two young children were pictured in matching black tops with what appeared to be a white homemade collar as they joined mourners at the Supreme Court Thursday.


Louisville police major says BLM and Antifa supporters are punks

Maj. Bridget Hallahan, a white officer who commands the Louisville Metro Police Fifth Division, allegedly sent a letter to colleagues calling BLM and Antifa punks last month.


DOJ tried to stop Melania Trumps ex-best friends book publication

President Donald Trumps Department of Justice got directly involved in trying to stop Melania Trumps ex-best friend Stephanie Winston Wolkoff from publishing her tell-all.


Police took security footage from businesses near hotel where Suzanne Morphews husband stayed

Police asked every business near the Holiday Inn Express in Broomfield, Colorado, to turn over video shot between May 7 and May 10 - the day Suzanne Morphew was reported missing.


Ofcom will look at the market position of BBC Sounds

The UKs BBC Sounds was launched in 2018 as a digital home for audio content - featuring live and on-demand radio, music mixes and podcasts.


Louisville police major calls BLM and Antifa supporters punks who will be washing our cars

Maj. Bridget Hallahan, a white officer who commands the Louisville Metro Police Fifth Division, allegedly sent a letter to colleagues calling BLM and Antifa punks last month.


Mom dresses kids in RBGs signature collar outside the Supreme Court 

The woman and two young children were pictured in matching black tops with what appeared to be a white homemade collar as they joined mourners at the Supreme Court Thursday.


Illinois man keeps Richard Nixons half-eaten sandwich for 60 years

Steve Jenne, of Illinois, has managed to preserve an old buffalo barbecue sandwich that Richard Nixon half ate at a campaign event 60 years ago.


DOJ lawyers tried to stop Melania Trumps ex-best friend from publishing her tell-all

President Donald Trumps Department of Justice got directly involved in trying to stop Melania Trumps ex-best friend Stephanie Winston Wolkoff from publishing her tell-all.


Footage shows moment a driver plowed through BLM protesters during Breonna Taylor protest in Denver

Video shows the moment a driver plowed through a group of BLM protesters during unrest in Denver after the Kentucky grand jurys decision to not indict any of the officers with the death of Breonna Taylor.


Coronavirus Revellers hit the town ahead of Englands first 10pm pub and restaurant curfew 

The new rules, which also ban customers in England from ordering from the bar, come as the government aims to avoid a second national lockdown in the face of rising infection figures.


Boris Becker looks anguished after being told he faces seven years in jail

Boris Becker looked anguished at Scotts in Mayfair, London after he was told he faces seven years in jail if found guilty of hiding assets when he filed for bankruptcy.


Louisville cops could still face criminal charges under FBI probe

The FBI said it is still investigating all aspects of Breonna Taylors death, and are yet to determine whether federal criminal charges are warranted in the case.


Dean Jones dead Brett Lee speaks after trying to save cricket legend with CPR

The player turned commentator, who was born in Coburg, Melbourne, died of a massive heart attack in a Mumbai hotel on Thursday.


Schoolgirl, 16, took her own life after being teased about break-up, inquest hears

Lucy Fagg, 16, had been subjected to name-calling after the breakdown of a relationship before she stepped out in front of a train at a station in Sturry, near Canterbury in Kent, on March 6.


Doctor brandishes a GUN during an anti-mask video

Dr. Jeff Barke of Newport, California, brandished a 9mm pistol during an anti-mask video in which he claimed the firearm was more protective than face masks during the pandemic


Israel closes all non-essential businesses including open-air markets as Covid cases soar

The latest move comes as Israel is poised to enter the second week of a three-week lockdown imposed last Friday, which included the closure of schools and restrictions on work and leisure.


Two Amish men AVOID jail time despite having sex with sister, 13

Aaron Schwartz, 22, and 18-year-old Petie Schwartz pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree child molestation with a child under the age of 14.


Prosecutors drop massage parlor sex charge against Patriots owner Robert Kraft

A solicitation of prostitution charge against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft have been dropped by Florida prosecutors after an appeals court tossed the video evidence.


Julian Assange binge-watched footage of war criminal killing himself in court after losing his case

Dr Sondra Crosby, a Boston University professor, told the court about Assanges mental health during his time holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy via video-link from the US.


Donald Trump WILL accept the results of a free and fair election White House Kayleigh McEnany says

The president will accept the results of a free and fair election he will accept the will of the American people, said White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Thursday.


Churchgoers are horrified when pranksters hacked their Zoom meeting

Worcester Diocese members were left mortified after a group of hackers infiltrated their Zoom meeting and subjected them to a barrage of offensive content.


Patriots owner Robert Kraft, 79, cleared of massage parlor sex charge

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been cleared of soliciting prostitution charges in Florida after an appeals courts ruled that the billionaires privacy rights were violated.


Banks may be BANNED from asking for personal spending info for loans

Homebuyers are set to ­benefit the most from the proposed consumer credit protection laws reforms federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg will unveil on Friday.


Donald Trump attacks presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace as controlled by radical left

Donald Trump said Joe Biden does not have enough energy to run the country, climbing the Democratic nominee is taking the day off from the campaign trail because he needs to rest.


Amish brothers, 22 and 18, who admitted they had sex with their 13-year-old sister AVOID jail time

Aaron Schwartz, 22, and 18-year-old Petie Schwartz pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree child molestation with a child under the age of 14.


Northern Territory paedophile dad jailed for six years over photos

A 42-year-old Northern Territory father has been jailed for six years after he was found with more than 2,000 child abuse images, including of his own daughter and niece.


Ex-Georgia football player Otis Reese transferred due to racism

Former Georgia defensive back Otis Reese says he left the school because of racist treatment on campus, and contends that coach Kirby Smart manipulated him to continue playing.


Jacob Rees-Mogg blasts the National Trust for not realising how wonderful Winston Churchill was

Jacob Rees-Mogg called the National Trust a once great organisation after it named Winston Churchills home Chartwell in Notting Hill, London, among its houses with links to slavery.


Shocking moment Seattle cop pushes a bike over the head of a protester amid Breonna Taylor rally

Cellphone footage surfaced online of an officer wheeling a bicycle over a demonstrators head as they lay in a road Wednesday night.


Widow of man who died after being punched is devastated no charges are being brought against suspect

Builder and father Andrew Webster, 51, suffered fatal head injuries after confronting a 24-year-old queue jumper at the DIY shop in Warrington, Cheshire, on July 2 this year.


Coronavirus US Whole Foods CEO blames obesity for death rate

John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods Market, said it is likely the country has been hit worse by the pandemic due to the higher cases of diabetes and heart disease brought on by poor diets.


MBE-winning female rugby player made hoax 999 and pulled knife at police

Non Evans, who broke records when she became the first woman to compete in three sports at the Commonwealth, made hoax 999 calls and waved a knife at police, a court heard.


Birmingham car ploughs into father-of-three cyclist, 59, catapulting him 100ft through the air

CCTV shows Andell Goulbourne, 59, being catapulted 100ft through the air during the horrific collision in Saltley, Birmingham.


Indonesia whipping Child rapist collapses as he is beaten 169 times

The man, named locally as Roni, was sentenced to 175 but it was reduced to 169 after he spent six months in jail - one month for each lash - before he was publicly beaten in the city of Banda Aceh.


Banks to be banned from forcing homebuyers to reveal personal spending when applying for loan 

Homebuyers are set to ­benefit the most from the proposed consumer credit protection laws reforms federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg will unveil on Friday.


Denmark, Iceland and Slovakia added to travel quarantine red list

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced this evening that Denmark is one of four countries being added to the Governments travel quarantine red list this weekend.


Whole Foods CEO says there are more Covid deaths in the US because Americans are fat

John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods Market, said it is likely the country has been hit worse by the pandemic due to the higher cases of diabetes and heart disease brought on by poor diets.


Familys dog mauled boy to death while mother was on toilet and father was outside, inquest hears 

Elon Jase Ellis-Joynes was savaged by the dog called Teddy on Sunday, September 13, at the family home in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.


Moment bungling robber traps himself inside shop after trying to hold up staff with a snooker cue

Jack Burrell, 19, was high on cocaine when he attempted to rob a Local 4U shop in Nottingham. CCTV footage shows Burrell fumbling with the door before running into the glass only to fall over.


Paedophile dad took explicit photos of his daughter and niece, aged ONE and THREE

A 42-year-old Northern Territory father has been jailed for six years after he was found with more than 2,000 child abuse images, including of his own daughter and niece.


Punk with piercings and mohawk says NO ONE will hire him because they think hes a troublesome teen

Novak Daniels, 18, has been rejected for countless jobs and apprenticeships across the Sunshine Cost because of his appearance.


Ex-Georgia football player Otis Reese says he transferred due to racism at the school

Former Georgia defensive back Otis Reese says he left the school because of racist treatment on campus, and contends that coach Kirby Smart manipulated him to continue playing.


Chinese pet owner finds dozens of cat selfies after the feline was playing with her tablet

The Chinese woman found the hilarious photos accidentally taken by her seven-month-old cat, nicknamed Er Niu, after she noticed a clump of white fur on her iPad when she got home.


Gary Linekers brother Wayne leaves Ibiza beaten and battered as Covid nightclub empire closure

Wayne Lineker shared emotional Instagram post from the plane back to the UK as he said he couldnt take anymore and would be an emotional wreck if he had stayed as he heads back to the UK.


Elijah Cummings widow channels her husband and blasts Trump hypocrisy

Maya Rockeymoore Cummings blasted President Trump in an op-ed where she slams him for going against the dying wish of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


Student hit in the face for wearing a skirt in Strasbourg, France

The woman, who identified herself only as Elisabeth, 22, said she had gone for a cigarette and a stroll through the city of Strasbourg on Friday last week when she was attacked by three men.


Rishi Sunaks pay as you grow plan to help businesses survive yet MORE months of misery

More than a million companies which took out Bounce Back Loans will be allowed to pay them back over 10 years instead of six, Rishi Sunak in the Commons.


MTA workers use secret man cave underneath Grand Central Terminal to hang out and get drunk

Three Metro-North MTA employees in New York City have been suspended after investigators discovered a man cave - complete with a TV and futon- under a Grand Central Terminal platform


Agitators at a BLM rally in Los Angeles scream profanities at a black police officer

A group of masked agitators could be seen screaming profanities at a black police officer during Black Lives Matter protest in Los Angeles last night.


Dean Mervyn Jones was flashy showman long before such a man existed in Australia, writes MIKE COLMAN

Dean Mervyn Jones, who died on Thursday, will be remembered as a flashy showman who carried himself with a swagger very few ever did and as a player who was ahead of his time.


Our country cant take a Low Energy President Trump attacks Biden for closing down for day

Donald Trump said Joe Biden does not have enough energy to run the country, climbing the Democratic nominee is taking the day off from the campaign trail because he needs to rest.


Dean Jones dead Cricket legends daughters heartbreaking messages before shock death in India

The player turned commentator, who was born in Coburg, Melbourne, died of a massive heart attack in a Mumbai hotel on Thursday.


Jeremy Vine posts photo of his jeans but Twitter users cant get past his feet

Is this what TV presenter Jeremy Vines feet really look like? Or has the shot been taken with an ultra wide-angle that produces a strong visual distortion to create a panoramic view? You decide.


Sailing banned off northern Spanish coast after several vessels have been attacked by killer whales

The sailing ban, described as proportionate and objective, applies to the coastline off the north-west region of Galicia and is due to last a week.


Man charged with wanton endangerment over Louisville cop shooting - same as Breonna Taylor cop

Larynzo Johnson was arrested over the shooting of two Louisville cops Wednesday night as protests erupted over the decision not to charge cops involved in Breonnas Taylors death with murder.


LMPD cop who obtained search warrant that led to Breonna Taylors death could be charged next

LMPD Detective Joshua Jaynes was identified as the cop who requested a search warrant to Breonna Taylors apartment, in pursuit of her ex-boyfriend and drug suspect Jamarcus Glover.


Small firms say Rishi Sunaks job-saving plan doesnt go far enough

Chancellor Rishi Sunaks plans were criticised for leaving self-employed people to fend for themselves and not considering small firms renting office space on a casual basis.


Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron, 34, had mentor Mitch McConnell at his wedding last month 

Kentuckys black Attorney General Daniel Cameron married his wife Makenze Evans in Louisville in August as the Breonna Taylor investigation was still underway.


Im the one without experience! Trump says Joe Biden has tremendous advantage for debates

Donald Trump said he is at a disadvantage in the upcoming debates against Joe Biden due to the 77-year-old Democratic nominees near-half century of experience in Washington D.C.


Faithful German Shepherd steps in to raise two lion cubs

There were fears for the life of the emaciated and dehydrated newborn kittens at the White Lion Park in the Russian city of Vladivostok.


Breonna Taylors mother was left weeping at grand jury decision

Breonna Taylors mother Tamika Palmer (pictured) was given the news by Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron only two minutes before it was announced to the world on Wednesday night.


Donald Trump calls former intelligence director Dan Coats a stiff who answered to deep staters

President Donald Trump attacked former director of national intelligence Dan Coats as a stiff after Bob Woodward reported Coats thought the Russians had something on Trump.


Morrisons becomes first supermarket to put limit on number of items customers can buy

Bosses have taken steps over fears of a repeat of the stockpiling panic seen in stores at the start of the pandemic.


Pablo Escobars nephew finds £14million in cash stashed in a wall at one of his houses

Nicolas Escobar said he had a vision which showed him where to look for the money in the apartment in Medellin, Colombia.


Rishi Sunak stages series of snaps ahead of announcing rescue package

Thoughtful, poised, and ready to rescue Britain from economic doom... welcome to a behind-the-scenes (and totally unscripted) insight into Rishi Sunaks preparations for his big speech.


British man, 46, accused of murdering sex worker in Thailand with a snooker cue has fled the country

Neil Henry Elliott, 46, was arrested in April after the unidentified sex worker was found dead at his home in Pattaya, Thailand. It is unclear how he was able to leave the country.


Crowds boo Donald and Melania Trump as the first couple pay their respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Donald and Melania Trump were booed by crowds at the Supreme Court when they paid their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Thursday.


Community raises funds for family of William Wall, an autistic boy found dead in Victorian bushland

William Wall, 14, was found dead on Wednesday afternoon in bushland at Yarra Junction, east of Melbourne.


Alan Partridge brass statue appears in Norwich city centre 

Fans and self-employed sculptors Nick Dutton and Gavin Fulcher were behind the statue, which appeared outside The Forum, Norwich, where it will remain until Sunday.


Does London need a lockdown? Hospital admissions triple in the capital in a fortnight

During a private briefing this week, Kevin Fenton, director of Public Health England in London, told London mayor Sadiq Khan that all signs indicated the disease was making a resurgence in the city.


Coronavirus found in sewage in Sydney beachside suburbs Bondi and Malabar

Fragments of coronavirus was detected in wastewater at Bondi and Malabar for two consecutive weeks earlier this month on September 6 and 13.


Vile paedophile is thrown behind bars for incest with his 11-year-old stepdaughter

A Victorian man jailed for committing indecent acts against his 11-year-old stepdaughter on two occasions in 2013 blamed a brain snap for his abhorrent behaviour.


Boots suspends booking for flu jabs amid unprecedented demand

The high-street British chemist is now limiting its flu vaccines for the most vulnerable in society, including the over-65s and people with serious underlying health woes.


Woman is tased and arrested for not wearing a face mask at a middle school football game in Ohio 

Video shared to social media on Wednesday showed Alecia Kitts being tasered and arrested by a police officer at a middle school football game in Logan, Ohio, for not wearing a face mask.


England, Scotland and Wales declare 33 new Covid-19 deaths

Health officials have yet to confirm the final figure, which takes into account data from every setting across the UK. The early count for England only includes lab-confirmed victims in NHS hospitals.


Tearful Boohoo CEO tells inquest he slapped sons face then did CPR in desperate bid to revive him

Louis Butler Lyttle - son of the clothing firms boss, John - was found unresponsive in his room at his familys secluded mansion on April 20, just days before his 21st birthday.


Shocking moment fly-tipper karate kicks man in the face after he makes him pick up dumped rubbish

A fly-tipper lashed out at a member of the public who caught him on camera. Video shows the man karate-kicking the 51-year-old victim in the face. The incident happened in Dorset on Tuesday.


What country are we in? Biden responds after Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transition

Joe Biden was at a loss for words Wednesday night when he was asked how he felt about Donald Trump refusing to vow to leave office peacefully if he lost the election in November.


Andrea Groening admits to killing her son in a horror crash while drunk and stoned at Wishart, NT

Andrea Groening only had her provisional licence for about six weeks when she had a horror crash at Wishart in the Northern Territory on May 22 last year.


Democrats worry Dianne Feinstein is too frail to handle Supreme Court battle

Some Democrats have expressed concern their top person on the Senate Judiciary Committee, California Senator Dianne Feinstein, is too frail for the upcoming Supreme Court confirmation battle. 


Worlds smallest Rubiks Cube measuring just 9.9mm and weighing 2g goes on sale in Japan

The tiny but playable cube, made of ultra-precision metal, was released to mark the 40th anniversary of the original 3D puzzle. It is has gone on sale in Japan at a cost of 198,000 yen (£1,480).


Trump exits press conference claiming he has an emergency call amid Breonna Taylor questions

I have to leave for an emergency phone call... Ill be back. I will see you tomorrow, the president said bringing an abrupt end to the conference.


WW1 battlefields turned into liquid graves by a one-in-100-year climate anomaly

An area of low pressure over Iceland that lasted for six years starting in 1914 brought heavy rains and cold air to Europe, substantially increasing casualties in the First World War, study claims.


Republicans assure peaceful transition of power after Trump wont say if he would go if he loses

Marco Rubio said the U.S. will swear in the President following a fair election after Trump refused to say Wednesday if he would peacefully give up his seat in January if Joe Biden wins the election.


Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron is like Bull Connor, BLM founder says

Black Lives Matter co-founder made the comments Wednesday after Daniel Cameron announced why a grand jury didnt seek criminal charges against police in Breonna Taylors death.


Sir David Attenborough joins Instagram aged 94 to warn the world is in trouble

The naturalist attracted more than half a million followers within two hours of joining the platform. It comes ahead of the release of his new Netflix film David Attenborough A Life On Our Planet.


Stepmum of man allegedly killed on the Gold Coast reveals last conversation

Dad-of-four Raymond Harris, 27, was allegedly stabbed in the torso with what police described as a Rambo knife during an altercation between two groups of men in Surfers Paradise.


Chinese army boots out soldier after he was caught leaking military secrets via smartphone 

The soldier, known by his surname Chen, was discharged Tuesday from Chinas Eastern Theatre Command, a major division of the Peoples Liberation Army, for leaking military secrets.


UK weather Britain braces for 65mph winds and heavy persistent rain tomorrow

The Met Office warned strong gusts and persistent rain will hit eastern England from 9am tomorrow amid fears over power cuts, train disruption and delays on the roads.


Test and Trace gets worse AGAIN Just 1.8% taking home tests get Covid-19 results back in 24 hours

Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged 100 per cent of people would get their Covid-19 test result back within 24 hours. But almost 100 per cent of tests in England take more than a day to come back.


Thousands of doctors and nurses are having to take time off work because they cant get tested

Royal College of GPs wrote to testing tsar Dido Harding to warn that the delays are threatening the flu vaccination programme, which is vital to protecting the NHS this winter.


Young woman spreads green slime around her grandfathers kitchen in hard-hitting anti-Covid advert 

The chilling video aims to warn viewers just how easily the virus can be spread by using filthy green slime as a graphic visual aid which is quickly spread onto every item and surface she touches


Road rule quiz about a truck turning right at a roundabout divides drivers 

Transport WA posted a question to Facebook about about whether a truck is allowed to use two lanes when turning right on a roundabout.


Mitt Romney slams Trump for refusing to commit to a peaceful transition of power if Joe Biden wins

Mitt Romney lashed out Wednesday night after President Donald Trump refused to say if he would peacefully give up his seat in January if Joe Biden wins the presidential election in November.


10,000 unexpected deaths have occurred in private homes since mid-June despite Covid-19 slump

Seven-hundred excess deaths in private homes have been registered each week in England and Wales alone since the pandemic began to die down in June.


Boris Becker is told he faces seven years in jail if found guilty of hiding assets

The tennis legend is accused of failing to fully declare his estate to the Insolvency Service after restrictions were imposed on his finances for the next 11 years.


Vladimir Putins candidate beaten by cleaner in local election after bid to rig poll backfired

Incumbent head of Povalikha rural district, Nikolai Loktev, chose his cleaner to stand against him. But Marina Udgodskaya (pictured), who did not campaign, won 62 per cent of votes.


KP axes Brannigans crisps due to falling demand

Brannigans crisps have been discontinued, reportedly due to dwindling customer demand. KP Snacks, which also makes McCoys and Hula Hoops, said it was a difficult decision.


Bruce the bulldog has an animated reaction to Mufasas death in his favourite movie The Lion King

A one-year-old Bulldog called Bruce from Northampton is obsessed with the movie The Lion King. A video of Bruce reacting to Mufasas death has gone viral with almost one million views.


Challenge trial volunteer reveals hell be cooped up for two weeks to test trial Covid-19 jabs

Alastair Fraser-Urquhart, 18, said he would be in the clinic for at least two weeks, or until his symptoms of the virus disappear. He signed up to save thousands of lives.


Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf apologizes after angering black staff

Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf said in a memo to employees there is a very limited pool of black talent to recruit from in corporate America.


Muslim porter sues five-star hotel for religious harassment after raffle prize

Managers at Lainston House, near Winchester, Hants, told Zakaria Kioua that giving a Muslim alcohol was like giving nuts to a person with a nut allergy. He sued the hotel for religious harassment.


British policeman, 43, faces disciplinary probe after branding George Floyd a drug-crazed maniac

PC Mark Gunn, who works in Barry for South Wales Police, has apologised after calling George Floyd a drug crazed maniac, on his Spotify podcast, PC BBQ.


Rishi Sunak announces ANOTHER coronavirus bailout for business

Chancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled his new Winter Economy Plan with a wage subsidy scheme to replace furlough as its centrepiece as he moved to try to stave off massive job losses over the winter.


Pinewood Studios smash and dash Axe-wielding gang break onto Jurassic World set

The criminals, who struck the Buckinghamshire film studios on Sunday night, are understood to have hammered down the walls of the sets where props and backdrops are kept.


DNA pinpoints twelve potential new victims of Frances most notorious serial killer Michel Fourniret

Michel Fourniret was jailed for life in May 2008 after admitting the kidnap, rape and murder of seven girls over a 14-year period. But authorities now believe there could be more victims.


Mesmerising moment a man cleans almost 50 years of dirt off an Australian 20 cent coin

The cleaner only used a cotton tip and High Strength Metal Cleaning Polish to give the coin a new look.


Michelle Obama urges voters to ignore conspiracy theories

Speaking in an online event for her organization When We All Vote, the former US first lady told actress Zendaya that voting is easy, it is something we can do.


DNA pinpoints dozen potential fresh victims of Frances most notorious serial killer 

Michel Fourniret was jailed for life in May 2008 after admitting the kidnap, rape and murder of seven girls over a 14-year period. But authorities now believe there could be more victims.


Massive chunk of Sussex cliff teeters on brink of collapse as giant crack opens up after heavy rain

The dangerous cliff crack opened up on Sunday evening at Seaford Head. The coastguard issued a safety warning and urged selfie-snappers and walkers to stay away from the edge


Inside secret lair of Claremont killer Bradley Robert Edwards as hes found guilty of two murders 

Much of the sinister evidence police found secretly hidden in the lock-up garage of Edwards home in the Perth suburb of Kewdale after his arrest in December 2016 was so disturbing it was ruled prejudicial to be examined during his judge-only trial


John Edwards inquest Child of killer dad reveals lifetime of terror - and Olgas tragic act

Edwards shot dead his daughter Jennifer, 13, and son Jack, 15, in West Pennant Hills in Sydneys north-west on July 5, 2018.


Chill out, its just a cushion! Naughty dog relaxes on the sofa after destroying pillow

A white bull terrier from Abu Dhabi ripped a pillow apart leaving foam stuffing all over the couch. A video captures the moment she is caught red-handed by her owner, wagging her tail optimistically.


RAF reservist killed herself after suffering severe insomnia and called her wedding day off

Leanne Carroll, a former army reservist took her own life after she suffered severe bouts of insomnia when she called off her wedding. She was found dead at her home in Middleton by her family.


Nicolas Sarkozy fails to have charges over £42m of Colonel Gaddafis illegal payments thrown out

Judges sitting at the Paris Appeal Court on Thursday rejected every single one of the former Presidents, 65, arguments against trial.


Parents of missing man are amazed police searched home after arresting them for his murder 

Steven Clark, whose parents have been arrested, was last seen going into public toilets in Saltburn at 3pm on December 28, 1992, but new witness saw him in Marske that afternoon.


Number 10 was briefed by Swedens controversial anti-lockdown epidemiologist Anders Tegnell

The Prime Minister and his Chancellor Rishi Sunak reportedly received a briefing from the expert, and from Oxford Universitys Professor Carl Heneghan, who supports the new restrictions.


Notorious Australian criminal who ordered hit of an innocent 15-year-old boy found guilty of murder

Abdul Abu-Mahmoud was convicted on Thursday for organising and financing the shooting of Brayden Dillon at his Glenfield family home in Sydney on Good Friday in 2017.


Taxi driver mounts pavement to help demonstrator flee riot police in Belarus

The footage recorded the renewed unrest in Minsk after President Alexander Lukashenko was sworn in for a sixth consecutive term in an unannounced inauguration despite allegations of vote rigging.


David Cameron wants to add £50,000 outdoor swimming pool to his £1.5million Cotswolds home

Former Prime Minister David Cameron, 53, has submitted plans to West Oxfordshire District Council for the outdoor pool, but flood officials need more information before approving them.


Porsche driver Richard Pusey has request approved in court 

Richard Pusey has been charged with a raft of offences following the deadly collision on the Eastern Freeway in Kew, Melbourne, on April 22.


Burglar Henry Vincents fraudster father makes £1.5m after selling farm bought for £325,000 from OAP

Rosemary Vincent bought Snagbrook Farm for £325,000 from retired farmer Dudley Wright in 2018. Her husband Henry sold the property in Hollingbourne, Kent, at auction for £1.5m .


Shocking moment police officers drag passenger off busy London train for refusing to wear face mask

Footage taken on a London Overground train shows British Transport Police arguing with a young man who was repeatedly asked to where a face mask.


Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner has bid to get out of jail rejected

Christian Brueckner, 43, had challenged the arrest warrant issued over a 2005 rape charge in a separate case. But the European Court of Justice earlier today found the conviction justified.


Tiny surf dude! Boy aged FOUR shows off his skills as he rides the waves off Devon

Surfing prodigy, Nate Clark, 4, from Devon, lives just 10 mins from the beach and has honed his skills over lockdown. Amazing footage shows him standing up on the surfboard.


Coronavirus Experts warn of hefty tax rises by mid-2020s

Experts have warned the UK will face hefty tax rises by the middle of the decade to pay for the coronavirus crisis as Rishi Sunak today unveils Winter Economy Plan.


Dwayne The Rock Johnson set to be given special exemption from COVID-19 hotel quarantine

Dwayne The Rock Johnson is tipped to be granted a special exemption from the Queensland government so he can commence filming of his latest movie Young Rock in October.


Kids in City of Subiaco left devastated after tree swings in front of their homes BANNED by council

Three families in City of Subiaco, 4km west of Perths CBD, have a swing set up for their children outside one of their homes that the council has demanded be taken down.


Gold Coast Raymond Harris stabbing Jye Sebastian Webb-Italia and Jarod James Miller charged murder

Jye Sebastian Webb-Italia (right), 18, and Jarod James Miller (left), 21, were charged with murder over an alleged stabbing that claimed the life of a young father, 27, on the Gold Coast.


Hapless driver returns to find car swallowed by rising river with YACHTS sailing around it

The unsuspecting motorist had parked the car on a riverside road in Norfolk on Sunday - seemingly unaware that high spring tide would soon render the area more suitable for boats than for vehicles.


Australias first ISIS bride is jailed in Turkey after she fled Syrian refugee camp with her kids

Zehra Duman, 26, was sentenced in a Turkish court this week for recruiting brides to join ISIS and spruiking Islamic State propaganda on social media.


Joe Biden appears to side against cops cleared of killing Breonna Taylor

Joe Biden released a statement questioning whether justice could be equally applied in America after a grand jury declined to indict three officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. 


Victorias disastrous decision to place returned travellers inside hotels was Jenny Mikakos

The farce that has become Victorias toothless inquiry into the states disastrous COVID-19 hotel quarantine fiasco will end with Premier Daniel Andrews on Friday. 


Man, 33, is savaged by a crocodile while snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef

The 33-year-old was savaged by the crocodile while swimming off Anchor Bay in Lizard Island off the Great Barrier Reef at about 4pm on Wednesday.


Why you wont get a payrise for YEARS Grim wages warning

In a grim warning on Thursday, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said wages growth is likely to remain subdued for at least the next few years. He also said prices would stay low.


Jacinda Ardern dons a hijab as she unveils a memorial plaque for the Christchurch terror attack 

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern donned a headscarf and took part in a sombre ceremony at Al Noor mosque on Thursday morning.


Dad stuck in Britain name drops cousin Sylvia Jeffreys to get back into Australia for COVID

Deputy head teacher Edward Swanwick has worked at the Clifton College private school in the UKs south-west and said his cousin had urged him to contact the Channel Nine current affair show.


Melbourne man Troy Hyman found guilty of possessing 30,000 images and videos of child porn

Troy Hyman, 37, known as Batman to his friends was arrested at his home he shares with his mother in Lalor in Melbournes north in March, 2018.


Drink-driving mum, 60, caught with ice stuffed down her bra is dating a man living in the U.S. 

Lynette Pilgrim, 60, was caught with 1.16g of methamphetamine hidden in her underwear in Townsville, north-east Queensland.


COVID-19 Number of stranded Australians desperate to return home nears 36,000

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday there was about 24,000 Australians registered to come home as he announced a staged increase in the weekly arrivals cap.


Melbourne Five adults gather fined for picnic in park

A group of adults who gathered in a Melbourne park for a childs birthday party have been fined for breaking coronavirus restrictions. 


Frightening moment huntsman spider charges towards a Western Australian man as he sits on the toilet

Western Australian man Riley Watts filmed the moment he jumps in fear as the spider runs towards him and posted the video to TikTok.


Sick texts married man sent to groom girls as young as 11

Andrew Stephen Jewitt, 43, from Logan in south-east Queensland, was arrested after the guardian of one of the girls, who was 11-years-old, alerted police after seeing one of the disturbing messages.


Video emerges of riot supplies being unloaded from U-Haul truck in Louisville

The rented box truck was spotted at 2pm on Wednesday, as Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron was still speaking at a press conference about the grand jury findings.


Homeowner wakes to find two male pythons fighting in her garden to impress another female snake

Bridget Dowdle upload the terrifying footage from her garden in Brisbane to her Tik Tok page on Wednesday.


The people Australians want to be first in line to get a coronavirus vaccine 

The survey , conducted by the Australian National University, interviewed 3,000 people questioning who they believe should be vaccinated first.


Australian private health firms to increase premiums from October 1

A number of leading Australian private health insurance companies are set to increase their premiums from October 1.


Sydney teenager is fined just $500 for starting a fire during Australias bushfire season 

Fadi Zraika was one of two 18-year-old men who who set off the fireworks at Bright Park, Guildord, western Sydney, on December 22.


70 whales saved but hundreds of carcasses need to be removed in Australias worst mass stranding

An estimated 380 of 470 whales are confirmed to have died after the pod of pilot whales got themselves into trouble at Macquarie Harbour on Tasmanias west coast on Monday.


Jailed - the people smuggler who was tracked by drone Iraqi, 36, was filmed by eye in the sky

Rebwar Ahmed, 36, was filmed by an eye in the sky unmanned aircraft at the helm of a rigid-hulled inflatable boat crossing from France.


New Zealand shearer discovers enormous ram living in a forestry block near his station 

Rob Faulkner, who works at Wairakaia Station on New Zealands North Island, said Shrek 2 had avoided shearing for about five years by living in a nearby forestry block.


JobSeeker coronavirus supplement falling by $300 from September 25 as new assets test starts

JobSeeker benefits are being slashed by $300 a fortnight from Friday as a new assets test is introduced making the unemployed wait longer if they have more than $5,500 in the bank.


Brazen teenagers post picture of themselves inside industrial dryers in a laundrette online

Security footage captured at least four youths entering Redlynch Laundrette, in Cairns, on Saturday night before allegedly damaging equipment.  


Chilling audio of sophisticated ATO scam fleecing Aussies out of thousands of dollars is revealed

The chilling audio features a computer generated voice aimed at insecure Aussies so scammers can prey on their hard earned cash.


Hunter Biden sent money to people with ties to Eastern European prostitution, GOP report alleges

A report released by a group of GOP lawmakers headed by Senator Ron Johnson (left) alleges that Hunter Biden (right) sent money to individuals who may have been linked to prostitution rings.


Scott Morrisons touching message to Australias hearing impaired community sparks backlash 

The prime minister posted a video on Instagram on Wednesday where he share how he had been learning Auslan - Australias sign language.


Sydney Lane Cove Porsche driver runs red light after waiting and veers into oncoming traffic

The shocking moment a Porsche Cayenne drives past a red light into oncoming traffic before being T-boned by another car has been captured on video. 


Melbourne UFC fighter Jake Matthews, joins the Army to stay fit during the COVID lockdown

Melbourne UFC fighter Jake Matthews took a drastic step to stay fit during Victorias coronavirus lockdown. He joined the Australian Army and is now a fully-fledged Private.


Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron slams celebrities for weighing in on Breonna Taylor case

Cameron was speaking at a press conference on Wednesday in which he announced that a grand jury grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor in March.


Daniel Andrews denies turning down ADF support despite bombshell letters

Bomshell letters revealed the prime minister urged Mr Andrews to accept troops in three letters sent on 4, 6 and 11 July as Victorias second wave of Covid-19 threatened to overwhelm the state.


Cyclist who claims he was almost run off the road takes the footage to the police but gets charged 

The bike rider was cycling through Macmasters Beach, on the NSW Central Coast, on August 9 when he was narrowly overtaken by a Toyota driver.


Nova Peris warns Indigenous Australians will create new Aboriginal flag due to copyright

Nova Peris, the first indigenous Australian to win an Olympic gold medal, said the federal government should be purchasing the flags copyright as a matter of national emergency.


Gate at Windsor Siding Park in Melbourne is ineffective

The gate which cost $1,232, was installed at Windsor Siding Park near Prahran and St Kilda East in Melbourne as part of a $300,000 upgrade by Stonnington Council.


Bryce Cartwright lists Gold Coast home for sale after being dumped by Titans

Bryce Cartwright has listed his three-storey Currumbin home in the Gold Coast following his release from the Titans.


NSW Police and AFP bust as alleged text message scam duo who stole thousands in Sydney

Officers raided two homes in Macquarie Park and Burwood, NSW, on Tuesday, where they seized hundreds of SIM cards, nine SIM boxes, phones, laptops and hard drives.


The COVID-19 scam you MUST avoid Fraudsters pretend to be contact tracers

Fake SMS messages warn innocent Australians that a possible coronavirus case has been detected in their neighbourhood.


Confronting details of five men who all died after taking a synthetic drug revealed

The confronting final moments of five men who died after taking a synthetic drug has emerged in a court inquest.


Boy, 15, found guilty of assaulting his 14-year-old cousin after she fell asleep watching Die Hard

The boy was found guilty of raping his 13-year-old cousin at their relatives house on the Gold Coast in 2018.


Evil rapist who threatened to kill his 13-year-old victim is sentenced to just nine MONTHS in jail 

Craig Anthony Mclean, 30, from Gympie, QLD, preyed on a young teenager over the course of a year beginning in July 2018. 


Twist in missing boatie saga as keys and glasses are found among debris washed up on a remote beach 

Tony Higgins, 57, sent out a distress call to police about 5am on Tuesday when he was moored near Granite Island off Victor Harbor, south of Adelaide.


One in four businesses report loss in productivity as employees work from home during COVID

A study has found Australian firms that did not adopt new technologies or help staff transition to remote work during the coronavirus pandemic saw a drop in productivity.


Driver smashes through a barrier and plunges 20 metres down the cliff face and onto the beach below 

Ambulance crews were called to Bar Beach in Newcastle just after 10.20am on Thursday to treat two elderly patients and a child.


Urgent warning against buying food on Facebook Marketplace over fears of food poisoning

Curries, noodles, cooked meat, desserts, rice dishes and even raw sausages are just some of the items on offer on the advertising platform with some starting at $8.


Claremont serial killer Bradley Robert Edwards found guilty

Bradley Robert Edwards has been found guilty of the serial killings of two women in Claremont, Western Australia, across 1996 and 1997.


Ten-inch amphibians go to war in amazing battle 

Photographer Temujin Johnson, 25, from Cape Town, South Africa, was able to capture the moment two ten-inch male bullfrogs battled for females.


Hunter Biden received $3.5 million wire transfer in 2014 from Russian billionaire

The 87-page report was released on Wednesday by the Republican-led Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and the Finance Committee.


Nick Kyrgios reignites feud with Boris Becker calling the former tennis champion a little groupie

The 25-year-old posted a throwback photo to his time playing with Team World in the Laver Cup on Wednesday, sparking the German legend to rile his up.


Gary Ablett Jnrs wife shares snap of son after announcing hes fighting rare degenerative disease

Mrs Ablett took to Instagram on Wednesday afternoon to post a shot of Levi with a big smile on his face playing around on a bed.


PAUL THOMAS on... our military Covid marshals

Were only here to check the police dont get overloaded disciplining Covid flouters


The brazen taunts two men allegedly sent police ahead of a wild crime spree

Two men who led police on high speed pursuits involving police helicopters near Cairns in Queensland have been arrrested. Kyle Salvatorie Mathiot, 25, and Cameron Welch, 28, had earlier taunted cops online.


Doctors and chemists must talk to patients about dependency risk, regulatory agency announces

Patients will be given warnings about the addiction risks of opioid medicines.Doctors or pharmacists will have to talk about the risks of prescription and over-the-counter opioid medicine


Tragedy of autistic boy Willian Wall found dead in bushland a day after he went missing in Victoria

When police put out the news autistic teenager William Wall had been found dead it was accompanied by an ominous statement. 


Coronavirus UK Theatres must reopen to save industry, say stars

The Commons culture select committee urged ministers to use the pause created by the latest Covid-19 restrictions to take steps to enable venues to plan a return of audiences to full capacity.


Trump says Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron has handled Breonna Taylor case very well

President Donald Trump praised Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Camerons fantastic handling of the Breonna Taylor case after a grand jury indicted a single officer in connection with her killing.


Surfers Paradise stabbing Tribute to father Raymond Harris who died as two men charged with murder

Father Raymond Harris (pictured left), 27, has been remembered for the happiness he brought to his daughter after he was stabbed to death during an alleged brawl on the Gold Coast on Wednesday.


Coronavirus SAGE experts tell students they should stay at university over Christmas

Larger outbreaks of coronavirus are expected at the end of the academic term as students move around the UK to travel home during their two-week break.


Kentucky AG says law is not meant to react to tragedy after Breonna Taylor grand jury decision

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron defended a grand jurys decision to clear three officers of charges in Breonna Taylors killing at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon.


Mum breaks down in tears as she blasts court decision to release her teenage sons alleged killer

Thomas Tran, 20, was allegedly stabbed in his heart by Lindim Aliti, 18, during a gang attack at a shopping strip in Oakleigh, in Melbournes southeast, in June.


British volunteers could become the first in the world to be deliberately infected with coronavirus

British volunteers could be the first in the world to be deliberately infected with coronavirus for vaccine trials.The tests are set to begin in January and will be hosted in London


Britons enjoy one final late night out before Boris Johnsons 10pm closing time comes into force 

Revellers from Leeds, London and Middlesborough were seen stepping out in full force as they took advantage of their last night of freedom before new measures come in.


Four-year-old Melbourne boy gets stuck inside a Chupa Chup tin

A mother has shared a hilarious image of her four-year-old son stuck in a Chupachup tin.


FIFO worker fitted with ankle bracelet breached quarantine twice by inviting a woman to his hotel

Fly-in-fly-out worker Thomas Forster, 35, had to be fitted with an electronic ankle bracket after breaching Western Australian hotel quarantine on multiple occasions.


Breonna Taylors sister tells her shes so sorry after officers who shot her wont be charged

Sister, I am so sorry, Breonna Taylors sister, Juniyah Palmer, wrote on Instagram next to a photo of the two together. A Louisville grand jury declined to indict officers who shot Taylor dead.


Number of staff at Greggs production hub test positive for coronavirus

The bakery chain has rushed to reassure its customers that supplies should not be affected due to a large reserve of frozen stock in Newcastle (file photo).


UK legal first as court fines health trust over patient death secrecy

University Hospitals Plymouth Trust has been prosecuted and fined for failing to be transparent about the death of Elsie Woodfield, 91, who died at Derriford Hospital after going in for an endoscopy.


Retired NRL star hit jackpot selling unusual food item that blew up when the pandemic hit Australia

The former Sydney Roosters and Rabbitohs captain, 51, has opened up about his 20-year-old business Garlos Pies which has boomed into a $20million worldwide empire.


Sunshine Coast snake catcher finds carpet python under wheelie bin

The python was found under a suburban green wheelie bin by a Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers wrangler - who said the serpent was double the size of what I was thinking.


British gin comes under threat as fungus-like pathogen attacks our juniper trees 

UK gin is under threat from the fungus-like Phytophthora austrocedri pathogen which spreads through juniper trees whose berries are used to make gin.


Donald Trump REFUSES to commit to a peaceful transfer of power

President Donald Trump at the White House on Wednesday refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, saying Well, well have to see what happens.


Trump slams Meghan Markle and says he is not a fan of hers and says he wishes Prince Harry luck

President Trump slammed Meghan Markle from the White House podium after she and Prince Harry recorded a video message urging Americans to vote, hinting they support Democrat Joe Biden.


Seven insider hits out at Simon Reeves push for payout

Dumped Weekend Sunrise presenter Simon Reeve was paid $250,000 a year for six hours a week work and ferried between his huge Gold Coast estate and Sydney for filming, insiders claim. 


Victoria records another dip in COVID-19 cases with just 12 infections and two deaths 

Victoria has recorded another drop in coronavirus cases with just 12 infections and two deaths on Thursday.


Tempe hotel worker who was held at gunpoint by cop files $2.5 million claim against the city

The claim - a precursor to a lawsuit - was filed on Wednesday by hotel employee Trevonyae Cumpian stemming from his August 29 detention by Tempe police Officer Ronald Kerzaya.


Thousands apply for the same job as competition for work soars

Competition for work during the COVID-19 pandemic is seeing thousands of hopefuls apply for the same job. One job-seeker told Daily Mail Australia the process is becoming disheartening.


Man is stabbed to death in Bunyarra Reserve in Emu Plains, Sydney after a suspected road rage

A man has died after a stabbing at Bunyarra Reserve in Emu Plains. Its a possible road rage incident.


Westpac is ordered to pay $1.3billion for breaching anti-money laundering rules

Australias second biggest bank has the share market it had reached an agreement with AUSTRAC, the federal government agency charged with tackling organised crime.


Breonna Taylors sister tells her shes so so sorry after officers who shot her wont be charged

Sister, I am so sorry, Breonna Taylors sister, Juniyah Palmer, wrote on Instagram next to a photo of the two together. A Louisville grand jury declined to indict officers who shot Taylor dead.


Boris Johnson urged to take action on long Covid which causes symptoms lasting for months

MPs have called for the Government to urgently address long Covid with a number of actions, the first of which is to acknowledge that it exists after hearing incredibly moving and concerning testimonials.


The Queen is to get a bailout from the taxpayer after her land and property investments plummeted

The Treasury said that it will top up the Sovereign Grant to help maintain the Queens income, which is severely threatened by the pandemic in the UK.


Three Labour MPs QUIT Keir Starmers team after voting against bill attacked by Jeremy Corbyn

Nadia Whittome (pictured), Beth Winter and Olivia Blake voted against the Overseas Operations bills second reading in the House of Commons despite being ordered to abstain.


Three brothers aged 14, five, and four find GUNS in canal during magnet fishing trips

Three brothers from Leeds, who love magnet fishing have hauled a weapon each. Reece, 14, Riley, five, and Leo four, have all found weapons at the bottom of the canal


Diagnoses of several common health conditions HALVED during pandemic, study shows

The number of heart disease patients diagnosed also fell 44 per cent, as health services saw a 43 per cent plunge in patients with circulatory issues and 16 per cent drop in malignant cancers.


Lifeline for small businesses in Australia with new Chapter 11 US-style bankruptcy laws

Small businesses will be protected from needlessly being wound up under changes to be announced by the Morrison government.


Boy, 10, saves six-year-old sister from choking on Lego brick by performing Heimlich manoeuvre

But ten-year-old Harrison Walmsley tried not to panic when he saw his sister Eva, six, choking on a Lego brick. Instead he recalled a first-aid technique he learned at school before lockdown.


Breonna Taylor was shot six times but only one shot was fatal, investigation finds

The three Louisville officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor fired 32 times after barging into her apartment, but only one shot was determined to be fatal, investigators found.


Man who filmed Eric Garners police chokehold death is arrested again on gun charges in Brooklyn

Ramsey Orta, Eric Garners friend who filmed him crying out I cant breathe during his 2014 arrest,7 was arrested during a traffic stop in Williamsburg on gun possession charges.


Labour fury as defence chief taunts them over your illegal wars

The Defence Secretary Ben Wallace triggered a row last night after he appeared to question the legality of the Iraq invasion while standing at the Commons despatch box.


Pittsburgh Pirates prospect Oneil Cruz accused of drunk driving in crash that killed three

Oneil Cruz, a prospect in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, was arrested Monday after he was involved in a crash that killed three motorcycle passengers in the Dominican Republic.


Cops arrest four members of a sex abuse trafficking ring in Colombia

Authorities in Colombia arrested four individuals linked to a sex trafficking ring that forced adult and underage females to have sex with customers at a bar in Bogotá.


Bodycam shows cop telling partygoers out of sight, out of mind when breaking COVID gathering rules

Cops were called to a party in the driveway of WSU womens basketball coach Kamie Ethridges home in Pullman, Whitman County, on August 29.


Creating a stitched history of your area is all the rage. But has any been so evocative as this?

Across ten skilfully embroidered panels that would, if joined together, be around 32ft long, the Rochford District Heritage Tapestry covers more than 1,000 years of history and social change in Essex.


Bodycam shows cop getting dragged by fleeing suspect before it crashes, killing the driver 

A Utah police department has released the bodycam video that shows the moment an officer was dragged by a suspects car before it crashed and killed the driver following a traffic stop in July.


Donald Trump and Kamala Harris punt when asked about Breonna Taylor

President Donald Trump spoke about his own record - once again comparing it to Abraham Lincolns - when asked if justice was served in the Breonna Taylor case, saying hed comment later.


Proposal on Brooklyn Bridge doesnt quite go to plan as photographer gets whacked by cyclist 

A proposal off the Brooklyn Bridge was hilariously upstaged by a photographer capturing the moment who was then crashed into by a cyclist.


Police stop e-scooter rider as he tries to travel through the two-mile-long Mersey tunnel

Dash cam footage from a concerned passenger shows an e-scooter rider wobbling dangerously and forcing cars to overtake in the Queensway Tunnel linking Liverpool and Birkenhead earlier today.


Four people, including the partner of a man killed during the protests, are suing Facebook

The civil complaint was filed on Tuesday in a Wisconsin federal court, arguing that Facebook empowered right wing militias to inflict extreme violence.


WhatsApps Jan Koum bought Beverly Hills mansion off Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg for $125M

WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum, 44, who has a net worth of $10billion, has reportedly bought movie exec Jeffrey Katzenbergs sprawling Beverly Hills mansion this summer for $125million.


Trump says Supreme Court needs nine judges as it will decide presidential election

President Donald Trump said Wednesday the Supreme Court needs its full complement of nine justices because they may have to decide the winner of the 2020 presidential election. 


Distressed Birx questions how long she can remain on the coronavirus taskforce

A distressed Dr. Deborah Birx is questioning how long she can remain on the White Houses coronavirus taskforce, according to reporting from CNN .


Breonna Taylor case What is the wanton endangerment charge

Officer Brett Hankison, who was fired in the aftermath of the shooting, was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in the Breonna Taylor investigation.


Two men given felony charges for cheating in a Utah fishing contest after forensic analysis of fish

Robert Dennett, 45, and Kamron Wootton, 35, were sentenced to 24 months probation after they pretended a huge catch came from Lake Powell so they would win a 2018 bass fishing tournament.


Protesters gather in Louisville as anger mounts after only one cop is charged Breonna Taylor death

Hundreds of protesters were already marching shortly after the grand jury decision on Breonna Taylors death was announced on Wednesday afternoon.


Dundee students send cheeky messages to the outside world as 500 are forced to isolate

Five hundred students who were forced to isolate after a suspected coronavirus outbreak in their residents halls, send hilarious messages to the outside world


Former Coronation Street actor Adam Rickitt is banned from driving

Adam Rickitt, 42, was caught making a 650-yard trip home by car from the bar he runs in Knutsford, Cheshire, on August 22. He downed a 65 per cent rum shot before getting into the car.


Four-bedroom NYC penthouse in the building where Heath Ledger was found dead sells for $35.14million

A triplex penthouse on Broome Street in Manhattans SoHo broke a real-estate record in the neighborhood, selling for $35.14million despite an earlier $65million price tag.


Moment driver who was texting at the wheel smashes his car into street signs and overturns

Shocking dash cam footage shows a driver who was texting at the wheel crash into street signs, flipping his car into oncoming traffic on Roedean Road in Brighton, Sussex.


Dog The Bounty Hunter gushes about his new fianceé to DailyMailTV just a year after wife Beth died

Dog The Bounty Hunter and his new fianceé Francie spoke to DailyMailTV about their relationship and upcoming nuptials in an exclusive interview.


New York female pastor accuses male pastor of sex harassment

Rev. Grace Nzameyo Maa claims Rev. Charles Atkins Jr. tried to initiate an affair with her after helping her get a job at The French Evangelical Church of New York in 2018, a lawsuit states.