- Kaz James, 37, from Salford, Greater Manchester, carries items with his teeth and snacks on Bonios
- NSW has recorded 961 new Covid-19 cases and nine deaths, as the state inches closer to a post-pandemic summer with relaxed restrictions.
- Ministers are urging up to 40,000 retired hauliers to return to action in a last-gasp bid to save Christmas, as retailers warned the Government it has 10 days to prepare for the festive season.
- No one expects perfection from Government during a pandemic, but the pat on the back should be saved for our health workers, writes Chris Minns.
- Under the draft Online Safety Bill, Ofcom will be given the power to levy large fines and block sites run by companies such as Google and Facebook if they expose users to 'harmful' material.
- State pension is set to rise by more than £300 a year, according to new analysis, with weekly payouts next year rising from £179.60 to £185.55 for those who retired after April 2016.
- Joshua vs Fury more unlikely than ever after Usyk win (Picture: Getty)Anthony Joshua still hopes to fight Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder at some point in his career even if world titles are not on the line.The Briton lost his IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles after a sobering defeat to Oleksandr Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday.Joshua fell to the second defeat of his career against the Ukrainian and while a rematch clause he intends to activate will offer the opportunity to rec
- Tesla has rolled out software update that allows customers to request access to its controversial, Full Self-Drivingprogram despite ongoing investigations into a series of U.S. crashes.
Thousands of Haitians are crammed together in cramped Mexican center after being forced back from USMore than 50,000 migrants are stuck in Mexican detention centers after being forced back from the US border. The US has started deportation flights and Mexico warns migrants to come back.
- Angela Merkel is not seeking a fifth term, which has set up the first national vote in which there is no incumbent chancellor seeking re-election since 1949.
- Inflation coupled with rising taxes is the outlook for the UK with energy prices hitting households' disposable income by £315 a year, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research
- In his keynote speech to the Brighton conference this week, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer will pledge to end the charity status for schools.
October long weekend double demerits will not be in place with most of NSW drivers stuck in lockdownPolice Minister David Elliott said usual double demerit applied on holidays would be scrapped as stay-at-home orders apply to much of NSW.
- Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury, 51, is now asking fans to 'put your boots on for boobs' and join a series of walks being organised to raise money to combat breast cancer.
- Friends Ross Sbisa, Chris Jonker, and Matt Ball decided to take action to help Australians be safer after the tragic death of Jill Meagher in September 2012.
School resource officer uses his body to shield student from being attacked during brawl in VirginiaChesterfield County Police Chief Jeffrey S. Katz thanked resource officer Anthony Bowen for using his body to protect a student at Meadowbrook High School from a mob of students attacking him.
- The company last week announced a 'virtual first' approach, aiming to permanently ditch face-to-face meetings.
- In a bid to reduce postal delays, Simon Thompson has asked employees to muck in and clear their offices of all mail every day, if deliveries fall behind.
- On the eve of Labour's party conference in Brighton, James Gray made the comment about Anneliese Dodds, the shadow women and equalities minister and Labour Party chair.
- Scientists believe the spray, pHOXWELL, could play a vital role in providing more protection for vulnerable patients in hospitals and care homes - and encourage workers to return to the office.
- Former President Trump is holding a rally in Perry, Georgia on Saturday. Thousands of fans arrived at the National Fairgrounds and Agricenter.
- Frederick Deeming, a bigamist and swindler who spent years roaming the world preying on the innocent and gullible, claimed to be haunted by the ghost of his dead mother.
- An Amtrak train has derailed in Montana. It has been reported that several passengers are trapped inside after two cars separated from the train. This is an ongoing story.
- Fire crews have told people to avoid the area in Kirkdale, Liverpool, in Merseyside, and for residents to keep their doors and windows closed with the blaze seen across the city
- Joshua was outclassed by Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Picture: Getty)Anthony Joshua is determined to stay positive after his devastating world title defeat to Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday.Usyk turned in a boxing masterclass to take the IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight titles, dethroning Joshua in his own back yard at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.Joshua immediately left the ring after the Ukrainian’s unanimous decision win and was taken to hospital to be assessed after taking damage to
- Mr Sunak has been put under pressure by colleagues and Government officials to impose a tax on foods which are high on sugar or fat in next month's Budget.
- Resident Evil 4 – a classic forever (pic: Capcom)Readers reveal the games they think are worth a full 10/10 score, from Half-Life 2 to Panzer Dragoon Saga.The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader notoriouschucky but works with the assumption that 10/10 does not mean a game is literally perfect, just the best of the best.This ended up being one of the most popular Hot Topics of recent months, with everyone seemingly have their own secret list of games they feel ar
- The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – is it overrated? (pic: Bethesda)A reader explains why he doesn’t like Skyrim and delves into the psychology of game criticism and why no game is a classic to everyone.The recent debate over the quality of Deathloop has really interested me, for one because it has been conducted with surprisingly little vitriol and secondly because it shows that there will always be people that like things you don’t and vice versa. As a case in point, I really liked
- Final Fantasy 7 Remake Orchestra World Tour – you don’t even have to have played the game (pic: Square Enix)A reader reports back from the Distant Worlds spin-off and describes how it was for someone that hasn’t played Final Fantasy 7 Remake.Last Sunday saw the return of Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy at the Royal Albert Hall. However, I should address this iteration by its official title of Final Fantasy 7 Remake Orchestra World Tour, as it acts as a spin-off of the
- Reality star Dog the Bounty Hunter has dramatically joined the hunt for fugitive Brian Laundrie - exclusively vowing to DailyMail.com: 'I will find him' on Saturday.
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