- The latest Department for Health figures published this afternoon show that the number of virus cases rose from 1,671 to 1,770 on last Sunday while the number of deaths plummeted.
- Shayna Jackconfirmed she will miss the Tokyo Olympics and sit out the Australiantrials this week. Jack said it would be 'tough' not being there, but vowed to cheer on fellow athletes.
Son from powerful family 'was target of shooting at family's hunting lodge that also killed his mom'Margaret, 52, and Paul Murdaugh, 22, were found dead, shot multiple times, in the backyard of their sprawling estate in Islandton, South Carolina, Monday.
Victoria records one new case of coronavirus as Melbourne residents enjoy second day out of lockdownVictoria has recorded one new case of coronavirus as Victoria's Covid 'Commander-in-Chief' Jeroen Weimer is adamant there are 'certainly' more cases in the state.
- A man who was visiting a soup kitchen on Beaufort Street in Perth was doused in petrol and set alight in front of horrified bystanders before the attacker fled.
- America's First Lady Dr Biden, 70, handed the gift to Carrie Johnson, the one-year-old's mother, as they enjoyed a stroll on the beach at Carbis Bay, Cornwall, on Thursday.
- A vast crowd of officers wearing riot gear and clutching shields were seen making their way along South Bank - a stone's throw away from the London Eye.
- A book by one of President Joe Biden's top coronavirus advisers suggests Dr. Deborah Birx hoped President Trump would lose the 2020 presidential election.
- Just as the city was freed from its fourth lockdown since the pandemic began, 19 new exposure sites were added to the Victorian Health website.
- via mirror.co.ukEXCLUSIVE: QC Brian Escott-Cox recalls Pitchfork was a 'psychopath, there’s no known cure for it' and was so manipulative he had police at his 'beck and call' - even sending them out to get fish and chips
- Emmanuel Macron angered Boris Johnson during a tense standoff over the EU 'sausage wars' by suggesting that Northern Ireland was not part of the UK.
- Demon Throttle – taking old school to the next level (pic: Special Reserve Games)Devolver Digital have hosted their annual E3 showcase and one of the most interesting is a game that will never be released digitally.Digital downloads became the most common way to buy video games a long time ago, with many indie titles now no longer getting a physical release. But this is the first time in a long while that a game has got a physical release by no digital one.Demon Throttle looks to be a cool
- Vin Diesel has confirmed the Fast and Furious franchise will end after the 11th film (Picture: Universal/Getty)Vin Diesel has officially confirmed that the Fast and Furious franchise will end following its eleventh film.
The ninth instalment in the series, F9, will be released at the end of June, and after much speculation, Vin, who has played Dom Toretto since the first Fast and Furious movie, has announced that two more films will be released before the saga is closed.The 53-year-old actor rec
- Leaders of the G7 agreed to calls by US President Joe Biden to band together to compete with China, which since 2013 has been using its 'Belt and Road Initiative' to finance big projects in poor countries.
Jermaine Jenas and Danny Murphy disagree over Man Utd and Chelsea stars starting in England Euro 2020 opener vs CroatiaJenas and Murphy disagreed (Picture: Getty)Jermaine Jenas and Danny Murphy could not agree on their starting XIs for England’s Euro 2020 opener against Croatia.While they agreed on eight of the players who should start for the Three Lions on Sunday, they had a difference of opinion in three positions.Three of the back four were settled in both sides, with Jordan Pickford, Kyle Walker and John Stones both making the former Premier League midfielders’ teams.
But Jenas, the former Spurs
- Britain faces 100,000 Covid cases every day by July, scientists have warned, and Boris Johnson has been told by ministers that lockdown rules will remain until next spring.
- Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has received his coronavirus jab as he made the long-awaited announcement on when he will return to work after breaking his back and six ribs in March.
- A group calling themselves Ocean Rebellion - in an apparent nod to activist group Extinction Rebellion which shut down London in 2019 - went out into the water in a small motorboat off Falmouth.
- Tracey Litfin had only been married for eight months when she suffered an acute brain injury in September 2002 during a horse riding accident on her family's Boonara farm, in Queensland.
- Polo G has been charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest with violence (Picture: Getty Images)Rapper Polo G has been charged with assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest with violence after a car was stopped in Florida.The 22-year-old musician, real name Taurus Bartlett, was booked into jail early on Saturday (June 12) on five charges, according to jail records, and released on bond several hours later.The Miami Police Department released arrest affidavits in which
- Princess Andre had an amazing time swimming with dolphins (Picture: Youtube)Peter Andre has shared heartwarming footage of his daughter, Princess Andre, breaking down in tears as she finally gets to swim with dolphins. The singer, 48, who shares 13-year-old Princess and son Junior, 15, with ex-wife Katie Price, managed to squeeze in a sunshine break with his two eldest kids as well as wife Emily MacDonagh, 31, and their two children, Amelia, seven, and Theo, four. The family shared the
- Could Jepperd be in for more heartbreak in season 2 of Sweet Tooth? (Picture: Netflix/Getty)Warning: spoilers ahead for season 1 of Sweet Tooth.Following the release of new fantasy Netflix drama Sweet Tooth, based on the comic book series of the same name, has cast member Nonso Anozie teased a heartbreaking storyline for season 2?Sweet Tooth stars Christian Convery as Gus, a young hybrid boy – born part human and part deer – who is hidden away from the world by his father due to the
- The Parole Board has been criticised over its handling of the release of a number of high profile criminals - some of whom who have gone on to re offend.
- Professional shark trackers are warning tri-state beachgoers of four massive great white sharksthat are making their way from the waters of Long Island and New Jersey up to Cape Cod.
- ELIZABETH DAY: Yesterday proved that the British weather is better post-Brexit. But anyone expecting high politics from a group of world leaders and their spouses should have known better.
- Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene says she doesn't 'believe in evolution' and believes COVID was intended to be used as a 'bioweapon' on Steve Bannon's podcast 'Real America's Voice.'
- The average household could save £160 a year by hitting The Mail on Sunday's 30 per cent food waste reduction target. That's just 1kg (2.2 lb) a week.
- via mirror.co.ukThe success of the vaccine roll-out, hospital admissions and deaths, and new variants of concern are some of the things that will be considered when a decision over the lockdown is made
- Others at the beach barbecue, including Jill Biden, beamed at one-year-old Wilfred (Pictures: Downing Street)Boris and Carrie Jonson’s son Wilfred may have outdone the Red Arrows with a simple toddle towards his mum at a beach barbecue.
The one-year-old was pictured waddling to Carrie as many others, including US First Lady Jill Biden, beamed at him as he was finally allowed to join his parents for dinner.
Boris Johnson, Joe Biden, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau, Mari
Coronation Street legend Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) returns to the cobbles next week, but she’s greeted by none other than DS Glynn.DS Glynn is concerned about her welfare, and remains confused as to why she would put herself and her family in harms way by returning home.The detective can only think of one reason, and asks Leanne outright if she’s been contacted by Harve
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