- The Ministry of Defence warned attacks on UK property in space could be devastating to Britain’s defence, economy and infrastructure. It unveiled the new command centre at RAF High Wycombe
- A Melbourne vaccination hub has been forced to close after nurses were spat on and abused by violent protesters.
- Food Standards Australia announced on Wednesday that Appletiser, a sparkling apple juice, in a 750ml size with the best before dates of June 1 and June 2, 2022 had been listed for a recall.
- A 'devastated' plasterer says what he'd say to the fake tradie who wore his company shirt to the anti-vax, anti-lockdown rallies is 'unprintable'. Footage of his shirt on the news led to death threats.
- Residents in Canberra have seen ravens viciously attacking drones used to drop off deliveries such as coffees and medicine.
- Crafty criminals have been targeting unsuspecting Australians with a tricky text message scam as online shopping booms during lockdown.
- Protesters from the two professions have vowed to rally against vaccine mandates in the Melbourne Freedom Rally group on Telegram. One member said 'nurses are going to turn up in scrubs'.
- Premier Dan Andrews has provided some much-needed relief for Victorian residents trapped in New South Wales with new rules on interstate travel.
- Nicolle Wallace, left, the communications director under former President George W. Bush, is reportedly seen as the favorite to replace Rachel Maddow, right, on MSNBC.
- Last year, the US saw the biggest rise in murder rates since records began in 1960, according to preliminary data from the FBI. The US murder rate rose by an unprecedented 30 percent in 2020
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- The Duke of Cambridge joined other royals to be interviewed for the BBC's Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers, which was broadcast on Wednesday night.
- The kangaroo had earlier been pulled to safety by two men willing to wade into the chilly waters of the lake at dawn on Tuesday in what was a heartwarming rescue.
- Items appear to be perfectly preserved despite being left to collect dust for decades, with books still left on the shelves and an old TV in seemingly perfect condition
- Scott Morrison is yet to speak with French President Emmanuel Macron as France seethes over Australia ditching a $90billion submarine deal.
- ROLAND WHITE: It was one of the better stories in Prince Philip: The Royal Family Remembers (BBC1). Originally planned to mark Philip's 100th birthday, it made a fitting memorial instead.
- No arrests have been made in the death of the unidentified 26-year-old as of Wednesday afternoon. His body was discovered by a woman who was gardening in the park near 65th Street at 8.15am.
- A Whitehall chief told ministers to 'panic buy lager' after a summit on the CO2 crisis, it was claimed yesterday, as soaring energy prices sparked fears of food shortages.
- Sources claim that despite others pleading for them to reconsider, the dancers, who have not been named, are steadfast in their decision not to have the jab.
- Neath Port Talbot in Wales has the highest rate in the whole of the UK, with 1,252 new cases in the seven days to September 18.
- Netball Queensland has been accused of turning its under-18 titles into a farce after an all-boys team trounced a girls' team in the final. Some members of the crowd directed abuse at the boys.
- When Gill Dutton, 65, developed a persistent cough at the start of the pandemic, the grandmother of three was only offered brief telephone consultations.
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- Speaking to reporters in the US, the Prime Minister said in-person appointments were vital in ensuring life-threatening conditions were picked up early.
- HENRY DEEDES: Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner was single-handedly resurrecting the class war at PMQs, giving Dominic Raab a shin-kicking over his recent infamous holiday to Crete.
- More than three quarters of teachers are worried about the amount of time pupils' spend on phones and their ability to interact with others in a post-lockdown world, a new survey has found.
- As an incentive to get the jab, the state government is giving away 3000 double passes for the preliminary finals when Manly takes on South Sydney, and Melbourne plays Penrith.
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- The star, 54, who had previously said he was planning to marry the chef this year, has allegedly called it quits after a long-distance romance, according to The Mirror .
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