- The premise is that a driver could check the map before filling up, and would be able to drive to the cheapest petrol station rather than the closest.
- Majak Daw is one of 11 players let go from North Melbourne's roster this week in an overhaul following a poor 2020 season which sees them in contention for the wooden spoon.
- Experts have voiced concerns about AstraZeneca’s vaccine trials after the company confirmed two UK volunteers suffered serious neurological illnesses. Trials are still on pause in the US
- Christie Lee Turner is suing the state government for nearly $900,000 in damages after the alleged incidences at Murgon in rural Queensland in 2015 and 2016.
Trump's frontrunners for the Supreme Court nomination are a devout Catholic and Cuban-American judgeAmy Coney Barrett, 48, and Barbara Lagoa, 52, are the front runners for Trump's Supreme Court nomination.
- The biography Prince Philip Revealed, by Ingrid Seward, claims that Prince Charles was never kissed or cuddled by his parents when he was child and often spent long periods away from them
- Senior Advisor Jared Kushner was spotted helping a man who fell on Saturday while he and his wife, Ivanka Trump ,visited his parent's home in Long Beach, New Jersey.
- Remarkable details have emerged of how four CIA operatives died in September 2008, while attempting to place a listening device disguised as a rock to eavesdrop on Chinese vessels.
- The long-haired man was filmed being held on the ground by police at Elwood Beach, between St Kilda and Brighton, on Saturday as a dozen other officers arrived to surround them.
- This week, a new scheme will place testing machines in a number of care homes where they will test people for Covid-19 through a saliva sample. The test will return results in just 85 minutes
- New South Wales recorded two new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday and one death after a man in his 70s died, bringing the state's death toll to 55.
- Almost 700 demonstrators have organised to swarm the city's CBD on Sunday for a mass rally against the Victorian government's coronavirus restrictions.
- The man was shot multiple times by police about 9.15am on Sunday and died at the scene on Russell Island, off the coast of Brisbane.
- Cristina Williams spent 'hundreds of hours' on the phone begging authorities to let her travel from Brisbane in Queensland to see her husband Mat who lives in Phoenix, Arizona, in the U.S.
- Autopsies carried out on six sharks that had washed up on the shores of Gansbaai in South Africa said they had been 'physically ripped open' by the whales in a 'precise and refined' way
- Rishi Sunak is facing a backlash from retail giants including Selfridges, Harrods and Marks & Spencer over 'catastrophic' plans to axe tax-free shopping for tourists.
- A Royal gamekeeper was pelted with stones after attempting to stop illegal hare coursing on the Queen's estate. He confronted three men who were hunting hares with dogs at Flitcham, Norfolk.
- The CCTV footage was recorded near Coventry, West Midlands, as the suspect opened fire on Thursday night in the attack that saw three people admitted to hospital.
- Australia's true unemployment is likely to be in the double digits and at the highest rate since the 1930s Great Depression. Not even Prime Minister Scott Morrison disputes this.
- Parliamentary staff have reportedly been given an 'inclusivity toolkit' and are urged to admit their 'privilege' and give their 'support' to BAME colleagues through an online platform.
- Nearly half of hospital Trusts continue to ban partners from attending either labour or scans, or both, because of draconian Covid-19 rules.
- Sir Graham Brady (pictured) is looking to force a vote by MPs on emergency coronavirus measures amid concerns that restrictions on the public's freedom are being imposed without debate.
- via metro.co.ukBoris Johnson has been urged to impose national restrictions to control the spread of coronavirus (Picture:PA)Boris Johnson is reportedly spending the weekend considering whether to impose national lockdown restrictionsafter scientists and opposition leaders urged him to ‘act now’.
The PM admitted yesterday that the UK was seeing a second wave and that it was inevitable coronavirus would hit the country again.
Professor Neil Ferguson – whose modelling led the government to orde
- US ambassador Woody Johnson says the US 'stands committed' to the UK in his first intervention over the contentious Internal Market Bill.
- The 43-year-old opened up about his spending habits and extravagant lifestyle through his career that saw him driving flash cars and dating celebrities as he climbed the tennis ranks.
- The International Trade Secretary is being warned to expect humiliating defeats in Parliament this week over her 'toothless' defences against sub-standard foreign food in post-Brexit trade deals.
- Puerto Rico's rare parrots bred in captivity have developed a new dialect, which poses problems for reintroduction in to the wild. Scientists are now working to rid the birds of their strange squawk.
- The United States Coast Guard Tri-State and other New York agencies have launched a search for a five-year-old boy who went missing along the shoreline of Randall's Island in New York City
- Insiders said London is 'two or three days behind' hotspots like the North East and Greater Manchester. Sadiq Khan is pushing for more restrictions to be introduced to curb the spread of the virus
- via metro.co.ukMedical staff treating a coronavirus patient in the ICU (Picture: Reuters)France has seen its highest daily rise in coronavirus cases since the pandemic began as a record 13,498 infections were confirmed in the last 24 hours. This leaves the country’s cumulative total at 442,194 with the seven-day moving average of new infections at 9,700. That compares with the significantly lower figure of 272 at the end of May, two weeks after the lockdown was lifted.Although epidemiologists t
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