- A cashier was shot dead after an argument with a customer in Georgia. Victor Lee Tucker Jr., 30, of Palmetto, allegedly entered the store and argued with staff about wearing a mask.
- Ariarne Titmus has won her 200m freestyle semi final and is likely to face off with American swimming great Katie Ledecky for the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.
- Premier Daniel Andrews said at a press conference that lockdown will end at 11.59pm but many rules will remain in place.
- A 41-year-old man with a history of domestic violence killed his two sons, their mother and a sheriffs deputy in California on Sunday, before he was shot by officers.
- Homeless refuge Sheltered By Grace,based in the south Brisbane suburb of Logan, has added a 12-bedroom wing to house male victims of family violence.
- via mirror.co.ukEmergency services were called after an unoccupied vehicle ran over a tent at the Conscious Tribal Gathering near Glyndyfrdwy in Denbighshire
- Sydney has recorded another 172 cases of Covid-19 as NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian ramped up the rollout of coronavirus vaccines across the state.
- Sue Gross, the ex-wife of billionaire bond king Bill Gross, is selling her 'resort-like' Beverly Hills estate for $38million. She describes the home as a place to 'escape without having to leave the city'.
California man shot dead by police after fatally shooting his sons, their mother and deputy in siegeA 41-year-old man with a history of domestic violence killed his two sons, their mother and a sheriffs deputy in California on Sunday, before he was shot by officers.
Anti-semitism charity says Twitter ruled tweets such as 'Hitler was right' did not breach guidelinesThe Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has accused Twitter of ignoring hundreds of abusive tweets it had flagged including calls to 'gas the Jews'.
Boris Johnson 'could cause biggest party split in 200 years by insisting on Covid vaccine passports'Backbenchers have accused the Prime Minister's administration of trying to turn Britain into a 'Beijing-style democracy' amid a furious row over compulsory vaccine passports for universities.
- The Australian Red Cross has launched an urgent call for people to donate blood as Covid-19 restrictions lead to many cancelling their appointments.
- Scottish civil servants would be encouraged to include terms that reflect their gender identity such as she/her, he/him, they/them or 'non standard' terms such as zie or zir.
- A thunderstorm warning has been issued across Wales, northern and central England between 9am today and 6am on Wednesday, with storms expected tolast well into the week.
- Police departments in cities around the country - including in Chicago - are facing calls to stop using ShotSpotter amid claims that cops are using it to fabricate evidence in court cases.
- An old fibro home in Sydney's west has sold for $1.92 million on July 24. The decrepit block on Derwent street in Mount Druitt sold in an online auction for $520,000 over the owners reserve.
- 'He was told not to appear to be trying to cash in on Team GB's Olympic gold rush'
Gavin Newsom compares unvaccinated people to drunk drivers as California mandates vaccines and testsGavin Newsom reportedly compared unvaccinated people to drunk drivers on Monday as he announced that all state and health care workers have to get vaccinated or submit to testing.
- Former children's laureate Michael Morpurgo, 77, said he feared youngsters who spent a large amount of time learning at home will never get over the trauma.
- Sir Keir Starmer said that encouraging 'pinged' staff members to stay home even if they were eligible for an exemption wasn't 'the right way' and instead urged them to take part in daily testing.
- The Duchess of York, 61, has graced the cover of Town & Country ahead of the release of her debut Mills & Boon novel, and admitted she still struggles with body image issues after being called 'frumpy'.
- Australian Olympic hero Ariarne Titmus' swim coach has gone viral all around the world for his priceless outburst following her historic gold medal - but not everyone enjoyed his antics.
- Bec Vallee, 31, from Ipswich, was diagnosed with kidney disease at the age of 12. Now, she is sacrificing a life-saving transplant as her daughter battles the same rare genetic condition.
- Footage shows how the two rival gangs of wild monkeys fought each other at a busy junction near the ruins of a temple in Lopburi, Thailand, while shocked motorists watched on.
- via mirror.co.ukThe 47-year-old NHS worker from Northampton was bombarded with the messy missiles which left her and her car covered
- A description for the game reads: 'You are Hitler's psychologist in 1925. 'Diagnose his complexes by using both Jungian and Freudian psychotherapy and attempt to heal him.
- via metro.co.ukWhatever the difference is, it’s not very big (pic: Metro)The Tuesday Inbox continues the debate about what to do about difficult video games, as one reader explains how to save money on Xbox.To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected]
I see the ‘powah’ argument keeps coming up. Kiran’s conclusion is right, but the working out is wrong. He is referencing performance reviews from Digital Foundry, but they don’t say what he
- via metro.co.ukBritney Spears has request her father’s replacement as conservator (Picture: Reuters)Britney Spears’ lawyer has submitted a petition naming the person to become her conservator as her legal battle continues.New court documents show her lawyer Mathew Rosengart has requested that accountant Jason Rubin become conservator of the singer’s estate if Britney’s wish for her dad Jamie to be removed is granted.The papers state that if the musician ‘has sufficient capacity to
- Allegra Stratton says many British households are already taking the 'micro-steps' in order to be environmentally friendly.
- Van Johnson, the mayor of Savannah on Monday announced that he was reintroducing a mask mandate for his city, effective immediately. His decision follows Los Angeles and St Louis.
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