Hammer-wielding OneFour gang member who brawled with rivals at a western Sydney train station jailedFrank Bosco, 18, was sentenced in Mount Druitt Local Court on Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to taking part of a brawl against rival Greater West and Inner West gangs at a train station on June 12.
- United reportedly want Dembele on loan (Picture: Getty Images)Darren Fletcher has warned Manchester United that their transfer move for Ousmane Dembele ‘comes with risks’, citing the Barcelona winger’s injury record and reported poor timekeeping.United’s top priority transfer target all summer has been Jadon Sancho, but with Borussia Dortmund not willing to negotiate on their £110 million valuation, a deal is yet to be struck.Dembele has been identified as an altern
- A Fort Lauderdale police petition revealed a bevy of details about the episode at Brad Parscale's home on Sunday afternoon - describing how the Trump aide's life has spiraled out of control in recent weeks.
- Ant and Dec have arrived at the I’m A Celebrity castle (Picture: Rex/Instagram)Ant and Dec have landed Down Under (in Wales) and have taken a trip to the new location of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.
The jungle outback show is getting a change of scenery this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, and instead will be filmed in Gwrych Castle, Conwy, south Wales.
Alongside a selfie of themselves in the scenic moorland, and a sign clearly showing the way to the new locat
- Utah woman, Larain Latter Jolley (left), has been charged in connection with the kidnapping of her six-year-old grandson, Terran Butler, who was allegedly abducted by his mother, Emily Jolley (right).
- Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir Nick Carter said hostile powers 'cannot afford' a militarised conflict and so are turning to cyber attacks and disinformation.
- Commons science committee chairman Greg Clark demanded 'transparency' over the advice for pubs and restaurants to close at 10pm.
- Thomas Murphy, 61, of Holbrook, New York, will serve at least 8 ⅓ years in prison for the 2018 crash that killed Andrew McMorris in Manorville.
- Jung Im Lee, 37, and Mario Carnese, 47, were arrested after police raided their home in Rhodes, Sydney, last week.
- The President has repeatedly signalled he won't accept the election result - but can he actually just refuse to leave?
- The creature was spotted on CCTV in the quiet Sussex town and the resident who caught the 'big cat' on camera says it's too large to be a dog or a fox
- Hans and Julia Rausing, who provided a £10 million 'lifeline' for small and medium charities under the Charity Survival Fund this year, have added another £18 million to their fund.
- Royal biographer Ingrid Seward claims Prince Philip used to say to Princess Diana "this is not a popularity contest, this is all of us working together" and is allegedly disappointed by Meghan Markle
- The new 'offshoring' proposal - which might also see asylum hostels built on other remote Scottish islands - is part of Priti Patel's over-arching programme to crackdown on the migrant crisis.
- Patrick Farrell, 29, was allegedly involved in attacking Oliver Solan, 30, and leaving him barely conscious with part of his ear severed in the hallway of a Randwick apartment block on August 29.
- WARNING UPSETTING CONTENT: Ashraf Salem drove through a tunnel in Leytonstone in his new Range Rover at 143mph before crashing into the back of Osama Sayam’s car and then leaving him to die in September 2018
- Of all the relationships between the Queen and her prime ministers, the one with Margaret Thatcher was not just the longest and the most intriguing, it was also the most misunderstood.
- Donny van de Beek laid on a sublime assist for Juan Mata (Picture: Getty)Manchester United attacker Juan Mata was full of praise for ‘very clever’ team-mate Donny van de Beek after the midfielder supplied the Spaniard with an exquisite assist in the side’s 3-0 win against Brighton in the Carabao Cup.Van de Beek has had to bide his time for minutes since joining the club and both of his starts have come in the Carabao Cup.
The 23-year-old impressed in a 3-0 win against Luton las
- Former FBI Director James Comey defended the bureau's conduct during the Russia probe in testimony Wednesday where he got grilled by Republicans who accused the FBI of misconduct.
- Emergency services were called to the blazing property in the Staffa Drive area of Ballykeel at around 5.50pm on Wednesday evening.
- Speaking to reporters ahead of a campaign trip to Minnesota on Wednesday, President Trump said his debate with Joe Biden got 'tremendous reviews' and cited 'very high' ratings.
- Clare Bronfman was sentenced on Wednesday to 81 months in prison and ordered to pay a $500,000 fine for her role in the NXIVM sex cult.
- Three days into Joel Guy Jr's trial in Tennessee, jurors have heard testimony from more than a dozen witnesses, including the suspect's best friend who described him as withdrawn.
- The NFL is threatening teams with possible suspensions or the loss of draft picks for coaches and other sideline personnel who do not properly wear face coverings during games.
- (Picture: Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia)A 12-year-old girl has tragically died in a house fire in Northern Ireland.The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) was called to a house in Ballymena, County Antrim at around 17:50 on Wednesday.Details of the case are still emerging, but local Councillor Matthew Armstrong has named it ‘an unspeakable and unimaginable tragic event’.Speaking to Belfast Live, he said: ‘My deepest sympathies to the family and everyone involved. It i
- Police were called to the scene in Ballymena, County Antrim at around 5.50pm today (Picture: Steven McAuley/McAuley Multimedia)A 12-year-old girl has tragically died in a house fire, hours after the same town was rocked by a murder investigation.The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) was called to the house fire in the Ballykeel area of Ballymena, County Antrim at around 5:50pm on Wednesday.One person was taken to Antrim Area Hospital for treatment following the blaze, The Northern Irelan
- More than 170 people have tested positive for coronavirus at a meat processing factory in Cornwall.
Around 500 members of staff from Pilgrim’s Pride factory, in Pool, near Redruth, were tested for the virus after one of them alerted the Test and Trace app of their own positive result.The company said most of the cases were asymptomatic.
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- The Honourable Lady, 58, has given her full support to the Mirror’s Fur-Free Britain campaign and says it is a vitally important issue very close to her heart
- The Wyckoff Police Department shared in a Tuesday release that the group was charged with trespassing, criminal mischief, and overloading animals.
- Armie has spoken about his split with wife Elizabeth after 10 years together (Picture: Getty)Armie Hammer went into therapy following the ‘seismic’ breakdown of his ten-year marriage.He admits his mid-pandemic split from actress Elizabeth Chambers hasn’t been easy as the couple try to shield their children Harper, five, and three-year-old Ford.The Call Me By Your Name star admitted: ‘I don’t think you’ll find anyone in the world who would ever say what I&rsquo
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