- The US is still burning as Hurricane Sally creates the perfect storm of disasters - while President Donald Trump continues to deny climate change on the campaign trail
- 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.
- Bradley Robert Edwards has been found guilty of the serial killings of two women in Claremont, Western Australia, across 1996 and 1997.
- The Treasury will pump millions of taxpayer pounds earmarked for public services to prop up the Crown Estate's income after property and land investments dipped during pandemic
- 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.
- 'We're only here to check the police don't get overloaded disciplining Covid flouters'
- 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.
- Photographer Temujin Johnson, 25, from Cape Town, South Africa, was able to capture the moment two ten-inch male bullfrogs battled for females.
- Sir Patrick has already sold more than £5 million in shares he received during his tenure as president of GlaxoSmithKline from 2012 to 2018.
JK Rowling shakes off transgender row as controversial new book shoots straight to top of the chartsJK Rowling's latest book Troubled Blood, which features a male killer who dresses up in women's clothes, has reignited claims that the Harry Potter author is 'transphobic'.
- A mother has shared a hilarious image of her four-year-old son stuck in a Chupachup tin.
- The 87-page report was released on Wednesday by the Republican-led Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee and the Finance Committee.
- Durham University was shaken by claims new students were planning a competition for 'posh lads' to have sex with the poorest girl on campus.
- 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.
- Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron defended a grand jury's decision to clear three officers of charges in Breonna Taylor's killing at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon.
- 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.
- Sir Trevor McDonald, 81, who rose to prominence as the presenter of ITN's News at Ten, has separated from his wife Jo and moved out of the family home, according to reports.
- Local infection rates will be used to split parts of England into one of three categories that will determine the restrictions in place in the region under the plan.
- 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.
- Thomas Tran, 20, was allegedly stabbed in his heart by Lindim Aliti, 18, during a gang attack at a shopping strip in Oakleigh, in Melbourne's southeast, in June.
- 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.
- McDonald's UK and Ireland CEO Paul Pomroy has confirmed 800 restaurants will continue to offer delivery and drive-thru orders through the night despite 10pm curfew
- President Donald Trump praised Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's 'fantastic' handling of the Breonna Taylor case after a grand jury indicted a single officer in connection with her killing.
- In a passionate intervention to Boris Johnson's six-month Covid clampdown, Julian Metcalfe, who founded Pret A Manger and Itsu, said the prosperity of the nation is now at stake.
- 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.
- When police put out the news autistic teenager William Wall had been found dead it was accompanied by an ominous statement.
- Hospitality businesses fear mounting job losses and closures as the 10pm curfew law kicks in from today in the government's bid to halt the UK's coronavirus second wave
- 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
- The UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak cancelled plans for a full-scale Budget in November, with sources saying it was 'not the time' for a long-term plan.
- via metro.co.ukSonic The Hedgehog – would you care if Microsoft owned him? (pic: Sega)The Thursday Inbox is worried that Microsoft will start an acquisition war with Sony, as one reader is proud to play Ring Fit Adventure.To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected]
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